The education staff at Chamizal National Memorial welcomes you and your students to explore the park learning about local history, delving into the importance of the memorial on the international stage, participating in different cultural arts forms, and reconnecting with nature through curriculum driven experiences.
In this For Teachers section, you'll find all you need to plan a successful field trip to the park, download lesson plans, register for education theater events, and schedule a guest speaker to meet with your students. You'll also find links to checking out virtual field trips through the entire national park system.
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We encourage you to visit the History & Culture page. There you will find bulletins that discuss the Memorial's history.
Did You Know?
4.1 miles of the riverbed between El Paso and Ciudad Juarez were cemented as part of the Chamizal Convention of 1963. Before the treaty, torrential spring rainfall would cause the Rio Grande to turn into a wild and unforgiving river, causing loss of life and property. More...