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Mini-Presidential Online Tour (PreK – 2nd Grades)
This program was designed specifically for our youngest student visitors. This program encourages exploration and invites imagination. Students are welcomed by an engaging online activity in which they play a matching and identification game that helps define national symbols and the responsibilities of the President.
Holidays at the White House (PreK – 2nd Grades)
Like Christmas, Thanksgiving, St. Patrick’s Day, and Chanukah have long been celebrated at the White House each year. During the Clinton Administration, the White House also celebrated Ramadan for the first time. During this online program, students will learn more about White House holiday traditions by viewing objects used during the celebrations – including hand-painted Easter eggs, a handcrafted menorah, and a crystal shamrock bowl.
Student Presidential Online Tour (3rd – 12th Grades)
This signature online program inspires students to learn more about the life and legacy of the 42nd President of the United States by introducing them to the important issues and policies addressed by the Clinton Administration. Students will have the opportunity to see the Cabinet Room table, explore the Oval Office, understand the significance of a White House State Visit, and experience an assortment of policy alcoves which include:
- “Protecting the Earth” (6th – 8th Grades)
- “Confronting Conflicts, Making Peace” (9th -12th Grades)
Civic Literacy: Crisis in Kosovo (6th – 12th Grades)
As they assembled around the long table of the Cabinet Room, President Clinton, his Cabinet secretaries, and other government officials made tough choices about the nation’s future. We invite students to experience these high-level negotiations through an online experience that allows them to play the roles of foreign policy advisors who, among other things, planned and implemented military missions in Kosovo. The newly updated Civic Literacy program infuses contemporary history, photos, and speeches to commemorate 20 years since North Atlantic Treaty Organization secured the freedom of Kosovar Albanians – a plan spearheaded by President Clinton, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and retired Gen. Wesley K. Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, Europe.
Hope Endurance and Justice (6th – 12th Grades)
Students will view The Anne Frank Tree installation and examine four historical episodes – the Holocaust, the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, and the Little Rock Central High School desegregation crisis of 1957 – which serve as poignant and painful reminders of the complicated journey toward social justice in Arkansas and around the world. Students will then participate in a moderated discussion of topical issues of the day, reflecting on the themes of hope, endurance, and justice.