• Sunflowers abloom on the prairie.

    Homestead

    National Monument of America Nebraska

Distance Learning

Students participate in distance learning
Students participate in distance learning
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U. S. Park Ranger transmits from portable Distance Learning Station

U. S. Park Ranger transmitts from portable Distance Learning Station

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Explore Distance Learning

You can get here from anywhere. Thanks to a partnership with Nebraska Educational Service Unit No. 5, students throughout the country can connect to Homestead National Monument of America to participate in a science or social studies learning experience.

 
Ranger and students in Beatrice

Ranger and students at Homestead National Monument of America, a unit in the National Park System four miles west of Beatrice, Nebraska

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Classrooms anywhere in the U.S. can participate in programs with students here in Beatrice through television monitors plugged into the distance learning program.

Eight units in the National Park System: Homestead National Monument of America [Nebraska], Cabrillo National Monument [San Diego, California], Little Rock Central High National Historic Site [Arkansas], George Washington Carver National Monument [Missouri], Badlands National Park [South Dakota], Minute Man Missile National Historic Site [South Dakota], Mount Rushmore National Monument [South Dakota], and Nicodemus National Historic Site [Kansas] and the Henry Doorly Zoo are partners with over 40 Nebraska School Districts in the Southeast Nebraska Distance Learning Contract. Go here to learn how your school can participate in distance Learning opportunities with Homestead National Monument of America.

Did You Know?

Demonstrating candlemeking

Volunteers give over 27,000 hours of service to Homestead National Monument of America each year. If you would like to join, contact Susan Cook at 402-223-3514.