May arrives in schools with a rush of tests and locker clean-outs, but we need to remember to praise those teachers who have faithfully been conserving energy and the ones that learned something along the way.
Depending on your school, you may want to have a school wide assembly, an after school event or just an award ceremony in your classroom. If you are hosting a school wide affair, your Watt Watchers may want to re-write the skit they performed at the kick off program to show how the year went.
We have many awards you can give out, all of which are summarized below. Download them as PDF documents using the links below. If you cannot access PDF documents on your computer, you can download a free PDF reader.
This certificate is given to every student that participated in the Watt Watchers of Texas program. You may also want to give each student a badge or sticker.
The Zero Hero award goes to the classroom that remembered to turn out their lights more than any other. Remember that on the patrol record form, the students mark a zero if the lights are off in a classroom. Depending on the size of your school, you may want to have the Top Ten Zero Heros List and give the number one classroom an extra prize- pencils, posters, or a book on energy conservation for their classroom.
The classroom that made the most improvement deserves to be recognized as well. These students (and teachers) learned the most this year. Prizes for these students could also include Watt Watchers stickers or pencils.