- In Our Community
- Connecting to the JEA Vacuum Sewer System
- Connecting to the JEA Water System
- Construction Terms
- Jacksonville Golf and Country Club Sewer Improvement Project
- Meet the Project Outreach Team
- Move Over Law
- Ponce De Leon - Well #3 Water Improvement Project
- Project Outreach Contact Form
- Riverview Water Main Installation Projects
- Septic Tank Phase Out
- Site Restoration
- Trenchless Technology
- Absorption and Reflection
- Building a Well-Insulated Home
- Contaminating an Aquifer
- Flushable or Not Flushable?
- How Much to Water Plants?
- Learning About Lawns
- Modeling Beach Erosion
- Underground Water
- Watching Plants Breathe
- Water to Vapor, Water to Ice
- What Dirties the Water? (And How Can We Clean It Up?)
- What Makes Drought-Tolerant Plants Work?
- What's Growing in the Water?
- JEA at the MOSH
- JEA Power Pals
- JEA Power Pals Form
- School Performances
- Teacher Resources
- Call Before You Dig
- Community Investment
- Employee Giving
- Get Assistance
- Give Assistance
- Join Our Email Community
- Light It Forward Award
- Neighbor to Neighbor Donation Form
- Neighborhood Energy Efficiency Program
- Our One Water
- Our Partners
- Prosperity Scholarship Fund Donation Form
JEA Power Pals
In this 4-week program, first grade students learn about electric safety through fun, interactive activities. JEA employees join students in their classrooms, explaining good safety practices and how to spot dangers that may be inside or outside their homes.
The teaching materials include examples of safe and unsafe cords, outlets and outdoor electric hazards. In addition, worksheets are completed in class, and there are take-home activities for students to practice basic electric safety rules outside of the classroom. Each student will be awarded a certificate of completion and officially welcomed as a JEA Power Pal!
Learn Electric Safety Inside and Outside of the Home
- Identify and avoid common electric hazards
- Learn the difference between safe and unsafe outlets
- Understand the danger of electricity and liquids
- When there is lightning outside, it is important to stay inside
Power Pals in One Hour
We also offer our Power Pals 1-Hour Program for young students. It is self-contained and can easily fit into kid’s programs such as summer camps, community center programs, church groups or after-school programs! Materials are brought to life with visual aids, worksheets and lively discussions between the JEA Ambassadors and the students.
Download the JEA Power Pals Worksheets
- Find the electrical dangers
- Safety Plug Coloring Activity
- Safe or unsafe?
- Find the water & electricity dangers
- Find the outdoor water & electricty dangers
- Home safety inspection
We look forward to introducing this program to an elementary school in your neighborhood soon!
Storm Preparation Tip
Make sure your JEA account information is up to date so we can reach you with power restoration updates.