Bring Keweenaw National Historical Park to your classroom! Throughout the school year, park rangers are available to visit classrooms in the western and central Upper Peninsula.
Fourth Grade "Every Kid in a Park" Program
Every Kid in a Park is a national program that lets fourth graders visit America's natural and historic wonders for free. To promote the initiative, Keweenaw National Historical Park rangers are visiting fourth grade classes to get students excited about our nation's special places and sign them up for the program.
If you would like to schedule a visit, please fill this form out online with your classroom information and preferred classroom visit dates and time of day. Please note that rangers are available Tuesday-Friday only throughout the school year. Please contact Katie Keller, Education Technician at email@example.com or (906) 483-3175 for questions regarding classroom visits.
Would you like a ranger to visit your elementary, middle, or high school classroom? Rangers are available to give presentations about Keweenaw National Historical Park and the National Park Service. Please contact Katie Keller, Education Technician at firstname.lastname@example.org or (906) 483-3175 to schedule a classroom visit. Please note that rangers are available Tuesday-Friday only throughout the school year.
Last updated: July 13, 2017