• Breathtaking autumn colors in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

    Bering Land Bridge

    National Preserve Alaska

Guest Speakers

A park ranger smiling at two students as he signs a Junior Ranger certificate

Local students getting certified as Junior Rangers

NPS Photo - Andrea Willingham

Bring a Ranger to YOUR Classroom!

A curriculum based ranger program can help you and your students meet grade level expectations. Ranger programs are an excellent tool to introduce or review a subject with your students. Rangers will visit classes in the Bering Strait School District and Nome Public Schools.

Hands-on activities and multimedia presentations keep students engaged in the program activities. Techniques such as cooperative learning, problem based learning, and resource immersion challenge students to explore topics more deeply.

Ranger programs also provide an opportunity to bring topical issues into the classroom learning environment while addressing Alaska curriculum standards. To explore options for a ranger visit to your classroom download this PFD.

If you would like to bring a ranger to your classroom or just discuss program options email us or call us at 907-443-2522 or 1-800-471-2352.

Programs involve hands-on activities, experiential learning, and interactive education kits to engage students in a variety subjects. Read about Ranger Katie's visits to Krista Marvin's 5th grade class at Nome Elementary School!

Did You Know?

Two male musk oxen budding heads in the middle of the Kougarok Road in Nome, Alaska.

Muskox were once extinct on the Alaskan Seward Peninsula, but were reintroduced in 1970. They are now thriving on the Peninsula, even in the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve.