School Programs: On and Off Site
Lubbock Lake Landmark has created a variety of school
programs catering to the visiting students and the classroom. Enjoy one of our existing programs with your class or call us to design a program that fits your needs.
Our most popular event! the Fall Fest presents 12,000
years of traditional lifeways on the Southern High Plains, emphasizing
the importance of understanding and preserving our cultural and
environmental heritage. Presentations focus on traditional Native
American and pioneer lifeways.
Reservations for Fall Fest are taken each year beginning in September.
Just can't seem to get the the Landmark? Let us come
to you! Artifact boxes are a museum for the classroom! A variety
of topics make them perfect for the busy teacher looking for supplemental
instructional materials. Trunks include artifacts, graphics, and
interpretive information with suggested questions and activities.
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History Underfoot: A Study in Archaeology
at Lubbock Lake Landmark
Take a virtual trip with us! History Underfoot
examines how archaeological investigation and excavation can be
used to establish, reaffirm, and relate the story of our collective
past. This curriculum and its electronic component is designed to
take students beyond the excavation into the world of the archaeologist,
posing questions and using scientific and historical research to
answer them, building the histories of the many peoples and diverse
cultures of the past and present.
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All inquiries regarding school programs should be directed to the
Education Office at the Lubbock Lake Landmark: 806-742-1116 or email@example.com.