Science Alive works to improve STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education, prepare students for STEM careers, reduce energy usage among teachers, students, and schools, and reduce the environmental impacts from energy and water consumption. The Science Alive program also provides teacher training, Green Boxes, school support, field trips, and a speaker series for pre-K-12 educators with an emphasis on energy, energy efficiency, and related topics.
Free and informative. The Southwest Gas EnergySmart Education Program reinforces energy concepts from curriculum and teaches lifelong lessons on energy and water efficiency. Fourth grade students and teachers receive Take Action Kits containing energy saving devices. The program also provides an engaging assembly filled with experiments and educational activities empowering participants to be leaders in energy efficiency. Find out more about the program and register here .
Participating Schools and Organizations
Over half of the participating schools are designated as Title I, in which more than 50% of the campus student population is eligible for the federal Free and Reduced Lunch (FRL) program, a reliable indicator of poverty. Additionally, among the schools served in the current year by the EnergySmart program, 10 percent of the student population at the schools served are designated as Limited English Proficiency. See a current map of our EnergySmart School across Nevada.
Professional DevelopmentEach summer a 3 day STEM-based teacher training is held in both Reno and Las Vegas. Contact email@example.com for our summer offerings.
Home EnergyBecause we know students take home what they learn at school, we've developed tools to enhance energy education at home. Find home energy savings; NV Energy and Southwest Gas.
Other Support From:
- Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition
- Center of Excellence
- Southern Nevada Water Authority
- Springs Preserve
- Southern Nevada Regional Professional Development Program
- Government Office of Energy
- Green Chips
- US Green Building Council
- Alliance for Climate Education