Education Programs

K-12+ Educational Programming at the San Bernardino County Museum

The San Bernardino County Museum is committed to serving all students in our region, because we believe that inspiring them at a young age will result in more informed critical thinkers and lifelong learners. School districts rely on us year to year to supplement and enhance the curriculum work being done in the classroom to achieve the California Common Core Standards and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). We serve students, teachers, and school groups through onsite as well as through virtual resources.

Resources for Teachers

Coming Soon – Downloadable curriculum aligned to California Common Core standards and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) to make it easier to plan your visit and meet educational standards.

We invite you to watch our Meet Your Museum series of videos below that highlight different museum staff and the collections they care for. Every video episode is an insightful encounter guided by the museum’s Curator of Education interviewing museum staff and volunteers on various topics.

Partner Resources

San Bernardino County Library is a source for educational and recreational access to learning.

The Inland Empire Resource Conservation District (IERCD) connects with a diverse group of students and residents to facilitate the learning of natural resources. They strive to foster awareness, mindfulness, and a sense of stewardship for our local environment. Facilitation of their accessible education and outreach programs, whether delivered in-person or virtually, is designed to  lead to lifelong positive action for all participants.