K-12 Education Programs

School Programs

Changing Communities

Local history lesson geared towards grade 3 and 4

Description: Either in the park, in person at classroom, or a virtual program, students will learn about the communities that relied on the resources in Corral Hollow Canyon and how they changed over time. Some of the communties that will be explored are the Native Americans (Yokut & Ohlone), coal mining industries, Carnegie Brick Factory, and OHV recreation.

Duration: 2-3 at park; 1 hour in classroom or virtual

Standards: This program is geared towards 3rd/4th grade age groups and aligns with the History and Social Science Standards including but not limited to HSS-3.1 - 5 and HSS4.1-4. (Our program may tailored to your group's grade level and curriculum.)

Cost: Free

Group Size: This program can accommodate 1 class.

 

Nature Everywhere

Local natural resource lesson geared toward your grade level

Description: Explore the parks plants and animal and the different habitats they live in. (Can be adapted to in-classroom or virtual)

Duration: 2 hours at park; 1 hour in classroom or virtual

Standards: Next Generation Science Standards including but not limited to: K-LS1-1, K-ESS2-2 - K-ESS3-3; 1-LS1-1 & 1-LS3-1; 2-LS2-1 - 2-LS2-12 & 2-LS4-1; 3-LS1-, 3-LS2-1, 3-LS3-2, 3-LS4-3 - 3-LS4-4; 4-ESS2-1, 4-LS1-1 - 4-LS1-2; 5-LS1-1, 5-LS2-1, 5-ESS3-1

(Our program may tailored to your group's grade level and curriculum.)

Cost: Free

Group Size: This program can accommodate 1 class.

 

If you are interested in participating in a school program please contact fiona.catalano@parks.ca.gov or call (925) 243-2003.