Due to Covid-related travel concerns, we are currently on hold for scheduling Classroom Ranger programs for the 2021-22 School Year.
We will continue monitoring the situation and will re-evaluate this fall to determine if we can start scheduling in-class programming.
If you would like to schedule a virtual program, please see the park's Distance Learning webpages.
Every year, Park Rangers travel throughout Arizona, southern Utah, and the Las Vegas area, conducting lessons in the classroom. All programs are curriculum-based (based on Arizona State Education Standards) and free of charge. Topics include geology, ecology, astronomy, and history.
Classroom Ranger programs are conducted between January and March.
Each individual program is one hour long
Each individual program limited to one class at a time (35 students).
It is preferred that we conduct multiple programs per day at a school. A minimum of 3 programs per day at a given school is preferred for scheduling purposes. Please include a lunch break for the Park Ranger.
Registration for the 2021-22 School Year is currently on hold.
Please e-mail us or call 928-638-7663 for additional information or to ask questions.
Locations we will visit include the following:
Prescott/Prescott Valley/Chino Valley
Scottsdale/Paradise Valley/Carefree/Anthem/Cave Creek
Hopi Land/Navajo Nation
Eastern AZ/Holbrook/Snowflake/Whiteriver/Show Low
Tucson/Casa Grande/Southeast AZ
Kingman/Bullhead City/Lake Havasu
If your school is not located in one of the above listed areas, or you are uncertain which area you fit into, please e-mail us.