Our park museum will be closed April 15, 2013 till 2014. This will also affect our park orientation film screening; it will be limited to 8-10 visitors at a time. The rest of the park is open for visitation. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
On-Site Programs for Grades K-3
1. Reconnaissance Missions: Time—Approx. 2-3 hours
2. Scavenger Hunt: Time—1 1/2 hours
3. Park Video:
Off-site Materials for grades K-3
TEKS: All educational programs and materials are curriculum based and are in full compliance with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS).
*students understand how historical events and individuals shaped our history and our national identity;
*students apply critical thinking skills to gather and organize information, identify options, and choose solutions while working with others.
*students use a simple geographic tools: maps and photographs
*students are exposed to a multi-cultural story of the settlement of the American West
*students apply critical thinking skills and use teamwork and map-reading skills
Did You Know?
Assistant Surgeon Albert J. Myer, who served at Fort Davis in 1855, developed a new military signaling system. Myer was promoted to major in 1860 and appointed Chief Signal Officer of the U.S. Army. He is known as the Father of the Signal Corps.