Save Water at Your School
The San Bernardino City Unified School District is committed to doing our part to help conserve water during California’s historic drought. Following restrictions set by our water providers and the State, we will
use our limited water resources wisely. While our lawns may look a
little brown, we know the public will understand.
To Report Water Waste:
With schools spanning over 90 square
miles and covering thousands of acres of property, we need the public's
help. Please contact us if you notice any leaks, broken sprinklers or safety hazards on school sites or SBCUSD office locations by reporting this to us.
Please click HERE if you witness water waste at an SBCUSD facility to complete our water waste report form. You can also phone in a tip to our Environmental Safety Office (909) 381-1224.
Area Water Provider Links:
San Bernardino Municipal Water Department
East Valley Water District
San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District
iEfficient.com is a collaborative conservation effort developed by
water agencies and cities throughout the Inland Empire. Visit iEfficient.com to find money-saving rebates on water-saving products and to learn about helpful water-saving tips.
California Drought Information - CA.gov website
California Drought Preparedness
5 Ways to Teach Kids About the CA Drought
CA Department of Education, Save Of Water Campaign Letter
CDE Save Our Water Website
Association of CA Water Agencies - Water News
Water...Use it Wisely website - Activities and Lesson Plans for Students & Teachers
Saving H2O website - Educator Resources
Water...Use it Wisely - Games
Since October 2012, SBCUSD has reduced energy consumption by more than 25%. Resulting in a savings of more than $9 million.
SBCUSD has had a total of 63 buildings certified by the EPA as Energy Efficient and was the ONLY school district to earn the EPA's Executive Member status in 2014.
On June 16, 2015, Cenergistic's Vice President of Marketing, Karen McElwaney, presented the Board with the Environmental Excellence Award and presented a check to celebrate the District's savings of $9.4 million by reducing energy consumption.