Minuteman Missile Education In Your Classroom!
Minuteman Missile NHS offers all western South Dakota schools the opportunity to have a ranger visit their classroom. The visit consists of a Powerpoint program about the history of Minuteman Missiles on the Great Plains and their role in the Cold War. Also, the park film - which includes an interview with a local rancher who had a Minuteman site placed on his property - is shown. To schedule a ranger visit to your class contact us or call ranger Butch Davis at 605-433-5552!
Each year more and more teachers are interested in using Minuteman Missile National Historic Site as a tool to help their students understand the Cold War and its influence on American History.
To explore the lesson plan click here...If you need additional information or have questions, contact the park at 605-433-5552
Did You Know?
South Dakota’s Minuteman Missile field covered 13,500 square miles. That area is larger then the state of Maryland.