HISD takes part in SAWS Partners in Conservation Appreciation Night

HISD takes part in SAWS Partners in Conservation Appreciation Night
Posted on 10/20/2017

Harlandale ISD was well represented at the San Antonio Water System’s “Partners in Conservation” appreciation social for educators held at the Briscoe Western Art Museum on Oct. 19.

The event featured trivia games with prizes and an orientation on this year’s Lego robotics competitions for students from the city and surrounding areas. This year’s theme is hydrodynamics.

SAWS partnered up with the robotics group organizing this year’s competitions to include water as a featured aspect of the research and competition field.

The evening included a tour of the very first pumping station to ever drill into the Edwards Aquifer, which is located at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. The pump was drilled by J.T. Brackenridge back in 1891. The original contract that Brackenridge signed with the City to drill the artesian well was also there for viewing.

A big thank you to Meghan Guerrero, Andriana Aguilar-La Point and Heather Aguillon for attending the event and representing Harlandale ISD as a proponent for water conservation as educators.
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