Field Trips and School Tours
Let us help you integrate Art and Science into your classroom!
Museum educators and docents engage students in the experience of viewing art and empower them to make meaningful connections to their curriculum, their world, and themselves. Our interdisciplinary, inquiry-based tours challenge students to investigate American culture, identity, and history through art. Tours foster critical thinking skills and support both the New Mexico Standards of Learning and the Common Core State Standards.
We welcome learners of all styles and abilities, from all settings. Tours are free to students in the Roswell Independent School District.
To schedule a tour or discuss educational materials and opportunities please contact us at 575-624-6744.
Guided Tours (Reservations Required)Docent-led school tours require reservations. Please book at least two weeks in advance. When selecting a date, please identify back-up dates in case your first choice is unavailable. One week before your visit, your lead docent will contact you to discuss your content and curriculum connections.
New Mexico Curriculum SupportRoswell Museum and Art Center offers programs that complement many of the educational benchmarks required by the State of New Mexico.
Both guided and self-guided school groups are required the folloing chaperone-to-student ratios:
Grades k-2: 1 adult per 5 students
Grades 3-6: 1 adult per 10 students
Grades 7-12: 1 adult per 15 students
Chaperones must accompany all student groups at all times. Teachers and chaperones are responsible for their students' behavior. We encourage accompanying adults to support the teacher's goals for the museum visit and to model active listening.
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