Help your students learn about environmental protection, electrical safety, and energy and water conservation. JEA offers a variety of educational resources to public and private schools in our service area, including:
Free Educational Materials
JEA provides public and private school teachers with FREE, fun, age-appropriate educational materials that meet Florida Core Standards. These include classroom sets with teacher's guides, posters, DVDs and streaming videos that are updated every year. Themes covered include: safety, energy and water efficiency and STEM topics. Be sure to place your order now as quantities are limited. Orders are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
STEM Learning: 100 middle and high school students compete in a model water tower competition sponsored in part by JEA.
JEA’s own lovable alien, “ReDuce,” from the planet “GoGreen” is in search of a better light and better way of life. He’s come to Earth to find out more about conservation and efficiency and he is ready to make a special trip to your school to share tips and explain why conservation is so important. Let ReDuce visit your school. Book a performance now.
JEA now offers a presentation for middle school students. "Jamal" is a game show host from the islands and has come to Florida to share his knowledge about conservation and renewable energy that he has learned back home. Jamal would love to visit your school. Book a performance now.
JEA Energy and Water Detective Programs
Two more free programs are sponsored by JEA and brought to you by Tree Hill Nature Center. The Energy Detective Program is a 45-minute live presentation that helps 3rd - 7th graders learn what energy is and where it comes from. They discover ways to conserve energy at home and at school, and it allows students to experiment with multiple energy-saving products.
The Water Detective Program is a 45-minute presentation that helps students learn about the sources and uses of water. They discover ways to conserve water at home and at school, and it allows students to experiment with water sources and properties.
You may contact Tree Hill Nature Center at 724-4646 to schedule the Energy or Water Detective Programs.
Here are some helpful resources for adventures outside the classroom:
- Nature Preserve at Pelotes Island
Although field trips to Pelotes aren’t currently being scheduled, we offer a vast amount of information including nature fact sheets, information about the Timucuan Indians and Sunshine State Standard-based activities.
- National Park Service
For more information, call the Fort Caroline Visitor Center and the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve Visitor Center at (904) 641-7155.
- Tree Hill Nature Preserve
To learn more, call (904) 724-4646.
- Museum of Science and History
Find out more by calling (904) 396-MOSH.