Educational Resources - What is TVA?, Electricity, Environment, Running the River, History, Homework Helpers
Great resources for children and teachers.
Reading Lights the Way
Southwest TN EMC read stories for children, of all ages!
Project Energy Savers
Free worksheets from Project Energy Savers for home or school use. Energy Saving & Essential Workers worksheets
Energy Explorers Fun Pack
Kids can become Energy Explorers with our Energy Explorers Fun Pack. This is an engaging way for our youngest members to learn more about energy, safety and our electric cooperative. Just click, print and have fun!
Energy Kids US Energy Information Administration
Great online resources for students, parents and teachers.
What is Energy? Energy Sources Using & Saving Energy History of Energy Games & Activities
Help the Energy Monsters save energy!
As students and teachers return to classrooms each August, so will some STEMC employees.
“The education of young people is a responsibility that we take very seriously,” says Marilyn Means, Southwest TN EMC Board of Directors. “Young people not only represent our future members but also the future residents of the communities that we serve.”
Southwest Tennessee Electric partners with the school systems in our service area to make a variety of programs available to teachers and students. Safety programs are available for various age groups or can be customized to work in classrooms as needed. These safety programs are designed to be flexible, demonstrating the dangers of electricity with adjustable levels of intensity to students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Leadership, career, conservation and environmental programs can also be customized to meet the needs of individual groups.
To find out more information about presentations at your school, church or civic organization contact Kenley Mitchell via email or call 731.585.0543.
Louie the Lightning Bug
Grades K - 2
Louie is a jazz-singing lightning bug who teaches kids to "play it safe" around electricity.
Using humor and song, Louie teaches kids about staying away from downed power lines and paying attention to danger signs.
Contact us to set up a presentation for your class.
Louie himself might even show up.
Danger High Voltage
Danger high voltage is a live demonstration that features burning cars and exploding homes.
Students meet Mr. Notso Bright and see how electricity travels through the body to the ground.
It effectively shows how electrical accidents occur and how they may be prevented.
4-H Electric Camp
Students learn what electricity is and how it works.
They will work with electrical specialists from across the state in learning centers.
Each learning center consists of hands-on activities so that participants can learn by doing.