Heritage Education

Published on: 8/31/2020
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​​​​​​​​​​​Massie's Heritage Education Staff offer guided programs for youth and adults, schools and non-school groups.  As a unit of the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System, all our programs align with Georgia Standards of Excellence. 

See below for a complete list of Heritage Education Programs currently being offered.  Details about each program can be found by clicking on the name of the program you are interested in.  All programs must be booked in advance. Please call (912) 395-5070 for more information and to schedule your next field trip or program.  Programs times are limited and subject to availability. 

ELEMENTARY

Lions, Lizards, and Shapes Oh My! (Pre-K, Kindergarten)
Recess at Massie (Pre-K, Kindergarten) 

Thomas Jefferson Walking Tour (1st)

Oglethorpe and Tomochichi (2nd)

Mound Builders and Fishermen (2nd)  

Savannah by the Numbers (2nd

American Indian Cultures (3rd)

Savannah's Liberty Tree (4th)

History Lives in Savannah's Cemeteries (4th, 5th)​

Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs (5th)

 Civil War in Savannah (4th)


MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL

History Lives in Savannah's Cemeteries (8th)

Civil War in Savannah (8th, High School)

Digging History (8th)  

A River Runs Through It (6th, 7th, 8th, High School)

The Debatable  Land (8th)

History is Monumental (8th, High School)     

GROUP PROGRAMS (ADULT & YOUTH)

       Building Tour 

       Heritage Classroom 

       History is Monumental  

       4 Squares  


Our Heritage Specialists will work with educators and group leaders to develop custom programs that meets your needs

Contact Massie (912-395-5070) 
for details regarding these programs.

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