Student education programs are FREE! From classroom programs to festivals, education rangers can help you introduce concepts, reinforce understanding, or stimulate culminating projects within a teaching unit.

All programs are designed to support teachers in meeting Washington State's latest K-12 education standards, including the Next Generation Science Standards, Common Core/ELA, and Social Studies.

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Student measures play dough to build scale models of planets in the Solar System Round Up program.

Ranger-Conducted Classroom Programs

Park rangers bring curriculum-based education experiences to your school.

Two girls dissect a crayfish at the Student Science Symposium.

Education Festivals and Events

Our festivals and events provide students the opportunity for more in-depth exploration of natural and cultural resources.

Students attempt to build features on a sandy beach that will withstand a massive flood.

In-Park School Programs

Bring your class to the park for an authentic learning experience that actively engages your students with the park.

The contents of the David Thompson and the Fur Trade traveling trunk are displayed.

Classroom Materials for Loan

Looking for hard to find props and materials to support your classroom curriculum? Borrow a traveling trunk!

A historic black and white photo of the barn at Fort Spokane is shown.

Curriculum Materials

Use our Fort Spokane Teacher Guide to supplement history activities in your classroom.

Two teachers stand on a cobbled river bank as two other teachers take water samples in the distance.

Educator Training

The park provides various professional development opportunities for educators.

Two high school girls sit closely on old railroad ties while looking at a handheld GPS unit.

The River Mile

The River Mile is a network of educators, students, resource managers, and scientists studying the health of the Columbia River Watershed.

Last updated: November 30, 2017

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Mailing Address:

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
1008 Crest Drive

Coulee Dam, WA 99116


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