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IRWD Students Reign in Water Poster Contest

Congratulations to Foothill Ranch Elementary fourth-grader Adrianna Hou. She was honored at the Discovery Cube as a grand-prizevwinner for her grade group in the Municipal Water District of Orange County’s Water Awareness Poster
Contest. She was one of 13 student winners from the IRWD service area.

726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest adrianna hou

Adrianna Hou, 4th grade, Foothill Ranch Elementary


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest ilayda kublay

Ilayda Kublay, 7th grade, South Lake Middle School


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest kayden lee

Kayden Lee, 2nd grade, Beacon Park Elementary


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Shannon Lee, 7th grade, Sierra Vista Middle School


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest cara liao

Cara Liao, 2nd grade, Turtle Rock Elementary


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest aarani narenthiran

Aarani Narenthiran, 6th grade, Woodbury Elementary


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest samuel norman

Samuel Norman, 7th grade, Sierra Vista Middle School


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest andrew pan

Andrew Pan, 8th grade, Orchard Hills School


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest anusha sharma

Anusha Sharma, 3rd grade, Portola Springs Elementary


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest eric shin

Eric Shin, 1st grade, Stonegate Elementary School


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest lucien song

Lucien Song, 3rd grade, Cypress Village Elementary


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest meghana wuppalapati

Meghana Wuppalapati, 1st grade, Beacon Park Elementary


726x425 2018 mwdoc poster contest grace zan

Grace Zan, 4th grade, Turtle Rock Elementary


IRWD also honored three teachers for outstanding participation in the contest, with classroom visits by IRWD scientists Mindy Bergen and Denise Chauv and water-efficiency specialist Juan Garcia.

Stacy Bex, 2nd grade, Newport Coast Elementary

Cynthia Martinez, 3rd grade, Westpark Elementary

Shari Mark, science teacher, South Lake Middle School

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