Education Opportunities 2020-2021 School Year

Students in front of Shaw Memorial
Students looking up at Shaw Memorial
NPS Photo

Whether in the local Upper Valley or across the globe, Saint-Gaudens NHP as well as our sister park, Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller NHP offer educational opportunities during the 2020-2021 school year. While on-site, in-person possibilities are limited at this time due to COVID19, we hope you can partake of some of our virtual offerings.

Zoe Dufour SIR with sculpture of man
Zoe Dufour Sculptor in Residence working on a sculpture

Virtual Opportunities

♦ Visit virtually with our Sculptor-in-Residence, Zoe Dufour

On specific days until mid-October 2020, Zoe will host one-hour live-streams with students in mind, geared mostly towards elementary age up to middle school. It's interactive in that students can ask questions in the chat and she'll answer in real-time. The live-stream will take place on the park's Facebook page and even if you don't have a FB account, you can see (although not comment) on the live-stream here: Along with seeing her work on a sculpture, she'll offer suggestions on what students can sculpt safely with from home and a recipe for home-made clay.

Contact to find out the specific times.

♦ Process Tour video - Watch a 12-minute video made by our sculptor-in-residence that explains the fascinating process of sculpture, here Process of Sculpture from Clay to Bronze

♦ Sculptor Interview Series - Our sculptor-in-residence, Zoe Dufour, interviewed fellow sculptors from across the globe asking crowd-sourced questions.

♦ Junior Ranger Program - The booklet was designed to mainly be done at the site but there's still opportunities to complete most of the activities by doing some of the following:

Clipart hiker with backpack and walking stick

On-site Opportunities

Many teachers have incorporated Valley Quest into their classroom curriculum either by creating a quest or going on a quest. While at the park, try the Valley Quest specific to Saint-Gaudens NHP and then see about creating your own quest for your school, town, or even your own backyard!
♦ Visits to Park
If you have a small class size (15 participants total, including students/chaperones and educators), and want to visit the site please contact or call 603-675-2175 x.102 to discuss options.

Last updated: September 15, 2020

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139 Saint Gaudens Road
Cornish, NH 03745



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