Hydration station opens at SPHS

September 11, 2015
Santa Paula News

A new Hydration Station was unveiled at Santa Paula High School last week with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Elizabeth Mitchell, a biology and environmental science teacher at Santa Paula High School introduced the latest Hydration Station at the school. She’s the advisor for the Students Encouraging Social Political and Environmental Action (SESPEA). She said this station was made possible by a $4,000 Ocean Guardian School Grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration  (NOAA). This Hydration Station is located outside the library. The water is filtered and refrigerated. Pictured (l-r) Mireille Vargas (SESPEA Vice President), Maria Elana Terrazas (SESPEA President) and teacher Elizabeth Mitchell. 

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