Dozens of students between the ages of 9 and 18 explored District offices in April as part of the annual “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.” This is the tenth year the District has participated in the nationwide event. Students spent the day learning about activities at the District and daily tasks of their parents, guardians, relatives or friends. In Brooksville, the children participated in two hands-on water resources exercises and toured six departments before spending the afternoon “job shadowing.”
Marcus Garman takes a closer look at calcite crystals during a presentation about the rocks and minerals that make up the aquifer system.
Larry Manno, Joshua Desert and Alanah Sanders had fun playing the “Oh, Deer” game, which teaches kids about animal habitats.