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The museum collaborates closely with the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, local libraries, and private schools to enhance the educational experience around our rich local history.
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For Third Grade Teachers

Knowing Your Community

A Local History Curriculum

MuseumSRV developed this curriculum in collaboration with the San Ramon Valley Unified School District and the Danville, San Ramon and Tassajara public libraries. The curriculum includes thirteen chapters that provide teacher and student pages, vocabulary, suggested reading, classroom activities, plays and field trip

Our One Room School Program enhances the curriculum. To schedule your classroom, contact the museum.

A Passport to the San Ramon Valley provides an opportunity for students to do local history research supported by their parents. For more information, contact the Museum. 

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For Fourth Grade Teachers

First Peoples Program  is a two hour, in person, hands on and interactive program held at the museum each fall. Fourth graders get a unique opportunity to explore the lives of the valley’s earliest inhabitants, the Miwok, through our program, a field trip especially adapted to meet the 4th grade standard for history and social science.

To schedule your classroom for this program, please contact MuseumSRV.

Videos are available to support the curriculum. Many can be accessed on the Museum’s YouTube Channel.  Additional videos can be accessed here:

More Teacher Resources

Public and private schools (local and regional) are invited to bring classrooms of children for docent-guided tours in the Museum. Tours for school classes at the museum are conducted by trained docents and can be tailored to meet the teacher’s requests. Old Town Danville and Alamo Cemetery tours are also available. Contact the museum for more information.