We are pleased that you are interested in learning more about what St. Augustine's National Monuments have to offer educators. Listed below are several opportunities within our Education Program at Castillo de San Marcos and Fort Matanzas.
1. Field Trips: make a reservation for your school group to visit Castillo
2. Online Curriculum: use online materials to develop stand-alone lesson plans or to prepare for an onsite visit
3. Traveling Trunks: borrow a kit that includes hands-on educational materials and lesson plans for classroom-use
4. Guest Speakers: request a curriculum-based presentation for your class in our Park's conference center or at your school
5. Professional Development: attend on-site workshops that educate and advise teachers on the various Park resources available at the Park or schedule us to come to you
6. Videos: request a video of the Park, Living History Ranger program, or a Park Ranger Program
7. Extracurricular Club & Park Partnerships: team up with our Park to reach and enrich the goals of your school or community groups
Did You Know?
Because his arrival occurred at the time of the Easter feast or Pascua Florida, Ponce de León named the land, which he claimed for Spain, La Florida or “Place of Flowers” Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Florida