Watershed Classroom Post-Assessment
Grades 6-8
This is not a test!
This assessment will not be graded. We just want to know what you know. So relax and answer the questions to the best of your ability.

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Last Name(s) *
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First Name *
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Your School *
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Your Grade *
Please enter your class as follows: "8th Grade"
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Your Class Subject *
Please enter your class as follows: "Honors Biology" or write N/A if you are in elementary school
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Your Teacher's Name *
Please enter your teacher's name as follows: "Mr. Backman"
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Today's Date *
Please enter today's date
Personal Experience
This portion of the assessment will not be scored.
On a scale of 1 to 5 how much do you enjoy having class time outside. *
I really don't like having class time outside
I really like having class time outside
On a scale of 1 to 5, how much do you care about the Petaluma River. *
I don't care about the Petaluma River at all.
I really care about the Petaluma River
On a scale of 1 to 5, how important do you think the Petaluma River is to the history of Petaluma? *
Not important at all
Very important
On a scale of 1 to 5, how likely are you to participate in Petaluma River conservation efforts like a river clean up or a creek restoration outside of class time? *
I will definitely not participate.
I will definitely participate.
On a scale of 1 to 5, how interested are you in choosing a career that benefits the environment? *
Not interested at all
Very interested
Multiple Choice Assessment
What is the best description of a watershed? *
What body of water represented by the letter E? *
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What is the area outlined in white? *
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What are these white lines? *
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What is the white line on this map? *
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Who were the first known people to live near the Petaluma River? *
11% of the Petaluma Watershed is... *
What type of boat most commonly carried goods up and down the Petaluma River in the 1850s and 60s? *
What is the best definition of a native species? *
Out of the following, which is the biggest contributor to Petaluma River pollution? *
All the storm drains in Petaluma lead to... *
What makes the Petaluma water recycling facility different from most waste water treatment facilities? *
Select everything that is ok to flush down the toilet: *
Why is the Petaluma River actually considered to be a "Tidal Slough?" *
What explains the Petaluma River's cloudy, brown color? *
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