One of the most important lessons in life is that of energy conservation. Learning this valuable lesson will help today’s students become the responsible citizens of tomorrow while learning how to preserve vital resources and ensure a brighter future for themselves and the planet. NSTAR is pleased to offer the following programs to educators to help them teach our future generations:
NSTAR and Radio Disney have collaborated on a great, high energy, educational and interactive game show for school children in grades 3 to 6.
Energy Pursuit is a live game show educating children on the importance of saving energy, the environment and safety. The 50-minute game show features students answering questions with lots of audience participation. The performance is suitable for a classroom setting or a larger assembly. A 15x15 foot space is needed for the game show’s set, and a 110 volt electrical outlet is also required.
To book a performance of Energy Pursuit, contact Radio Disney at 781-472-7925. Performances need to be scheduled as soon as possible. There are a limited number of performances available, so please book as soon as possible.
Radio Disney and NSTAR have teamed up to bring the important message of saving energy and the environment to students. Conservation Conquest is a live game show for children in grades 6 to 8 helping students understand what they can do to save energy and the environment in a fun and interactive way.
Students have the option of answering questions by themselves, asking the audience for help, or even taking a challenge to earn points. This 45-minute game show features plenty of audience participation and is suitable for performances in your cafeteria, auditorium or assembly room. A 15 by 15 foot space is and 110v electrical outlet are needed for the set.
Please contact Radio Disney's Deanna Fernandes via email or at or 781-472-7925 to schedule a performance.
Change A Light, Change The World Fundraiser
NSTAR offers schools in the NSTAR Electric territory a unique and educational fundraising opportunity. The “Change a Light, Change the World” fundraiser enables your school to raise much needed funds while teaching students about conserving energy.
Your school keeps 100 percent of the money collected from the fundraiser, with no limit on how much your school can earn. Also, NSTAR's Energy Efficiency team will provide your students with the light bulbs, at no cost to your school.
The program includes a kick-off event, educating students on energy-saving light bulbs and energy conservation. The event will also provide the students with an overview of the fundraising program, as well as explain the benefits of saving energy and how the money earned can benefit your school. The students are then encouraged to spread the word on energy conservation and sell the energy-efficient light bulbs provided by NSTAR.
For more information, contact Mary McCarthy via email or by calling 781-441-3888.
NSTAR has created a new interactive game to teach students in grades K to 3 about energy conservation and saving energy. Students follow the path through Wattsville and learn ways to save energy. The show lasts 30 minutes for classes up to 50 students. To sign-up your class for a Wattsville experience, please call 617-929-2641or email email@example.com.
Teacher Training and Workshops
NSTAR and the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project have partnered to provide teachers in the NSTAR service area with a series of energy workshops focusing on energy and electricity, renewable energy and the science of energy efficiency and conservation.
The program provides educators with energy curriculum, hands-on classroom kits and teacher training. These workshops are unique opportunities for teachers of grades 6 to 12 to learn about energy in a unique and exciting way! Professional development credits are available.
For more information, the calendar and to sign up for a training visit NEED's web site.
Free Educational Materials
NSTAR knows teachers possess the power to enlighten students. We also know that any worthwhile effort requires commitment and resources.
As part of our school education program, NSTAR is offering educators age-appropriate books and companion teacher’s guides free of charge. All materials were developed in conjunction with educators and industry experts. The materials address key points and meet National Education Standards. Please allow two to four weeks for delivery.