The Greenway offers a unique opportunity for place-based teaching and learning around history, science, engineering, environmental stewardship and community.
To schedule a guided tour for your students, please contact the Education Program Coordinator at email@example.com. Guided tours are offered on Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings from 9:30-11 AM.
Connect to the life & legacy of Rose F. Kennedy Greenway in this 90-minute tour developed by the Greenway Conservancy and the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail for elementary school students in grades 2-4. The tour is best used as a culminating activity to the indoor classroom activity packet developed by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. The activity is aligned with the National History Standards and the Massachusetts Social Science and History Curriculum Frameworks for Grade 3 and is available for free to interested teachers.
Connect to the rich history and nature of the Greenway in this 90 minute tour that can be customized for all ages. Activity sheets are available for elementary school students and also offer a guide for teachers wishing to explore the parks on their own with students. Beginning at South Station, the tour will highlight the unique features of the Fort Point Channel, Wharf District and North End parks.
To schedule a community service day for your students, please contact the Education Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the early spring and late fall, there are many opportunities to support the horticulture staff by planting and cleaning up the garden beds.
In partnership with several Boston Public School teachers, the Greenway Conservancy has developed outdoor learning activities that complement FOSS curriculum. Check out our Outdoor Science page to find out how the Greenway can be your schoolyard!