Berkshire County Student Passport Program provides a full 360-learning opportunity for local 3rd and 4th grade students. This program includes an in-classroom introduction to the art of Norman Rockwell, including an interactive drawing experience with a Museum educator, and a curriculum-inspired interactive visit to the Norman Rockwell Museum. A third program component features a special Family Day experience that invites children and their parents and caregivers to enjoy the Museum together. Participating students will also receive a special Student Passport for a free return visit with their families. All gallery and classroom experiences are available free to program participants.
The goal of the Passport Program is to eventually engage every public elementary school in Berkshire County in this immersive arts education opportunity. In turn, the Museum hopes this program will boost arts education and create familiarity and civic pride in the region’s cultural institutions.
In 2016, more than 200 students and their families from various Berkshire County public elementary schools participated in the program. The Museum thanks our special funders for their help in launching the program.
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