Presidential Primary Sources Project
Jimmy Carter National Historic Site

Park Guide presents students with information on Jimmy Carter and the National Park Service
Park Guide Natasha Wood presents information to students from third grade to seventh grade enjoy learning about the National Park Service.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Quick Facts

GETTING READY FOR 2016:

A Call to Action
Action Item:
A Class Act
State:
Georgia
Year Accomplished:
2012

The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site Class of 2016 programs are designed to engage students on all levels and provide them with an experience that is fun, educational, and memorable by reaching across learning disciplines to introduce and integrate the natural and cultural resources of the National Park Service.  The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site is in the process of acquiring distance learning hardware for connecting with Presidential Libraries and Presidential National Park Service sites.  This will allow the park to incorporate our existing digital media at the park and allow us to maximize our reach to around 87,000 classrooms around the country and a broader audience around the world.