Lois B. Krieger Water Project Grants for Educators

LoisBKrieger Since 1995, Western Municipal Water District has offered educators in western Riverside County the opportunity to apply for grants for water-related projects. This widely popular program helps fund creative classroom projects that further a better understanding of water and the vital role it plays in the community. All teachers in Western's District, in both private and public schools in grades K -12, are eligible to apply for these grants.

The grants, up to $1000, are named for Lois Krieger, who served as Western's representative to the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California for 25 years. She was the first female chairperson of Metropolitan, as well as the first female President of the Association of California Water Agencies. 
Krieger Grant Recipients 2013 Through the grant program, educators and students have the opportunity to become actively engaged in educational and water-related projects. This program continues to have a wide-ranging impact on students and educators in Western's general service area. Fill out the Krieger Application online, print out, sign, and mail or fax to Western at 951.571.0594. 

For more information, contact Western at 951.571.7255 

2017 Krieger Grant Recipients



  • Centennial High School - Sunny Kaura
  • Centennial High School – Abbe Kya 
  • Centennial High School – Joseph Scott
  • Centennial High School – Lindsay Stotts
  • Santiago High School – Tracy Espinosa
  • Santiago High School – Christopher Spencer
  • Temescal Valley Elementary School – Kelley Remington 


  • Roosevelt High School – Shannon Bernard

  • Roosevelt High School – Christina Fisher                


  • Allen J. Orrenmaa Elementary School – Terri Bolton
  • Arlington High School – Sheri Harris
  • Pedley Elementary School – Dinah Palagi


  • Machado Elementary School – Tisha Trinh

  • Railroad Canyon Elementary – Glenda Haas            


  • Murrieta Valley High School – Don Fitzgerald
  • Murrieta Valley High School – Juanita Huerta


  • David A. Brown Middle School – Stephanie McMillen
  • Elsinore High School – Rick Wolter 
  • Sycamore Academy of Science – Nona Jones