The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum


Rockin' the Schools

               

      

The programs are FREE for Northeast Ohio schools.

If your school is located within zip codes that begin with 440, 441, 442, or 443, the programming is FREE!  Regional groups can participate in Rockin’ the Schools for a discounted rate. So if you’re planning to take one field trip with your class or school this year, make it the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum!  Register for Rockin' the Schools programs HERE. Download the brochure here.

  
Each FREE Rockin’ the Schools program includes:

 

CLASS: 

A one hour interactive class that meets and exceeds Ohio academic content standards and is taught by our staff of highly trained educators.  Classes are offered Tuesday - Friday at 10:00 am and 11:30 am from October 7, 2014 - June 12, 2015.
    

TOUR: 

The opportunity to self-tour related museum exhibits

 

MATERIALS: 

A wealth of additional materials that allow teachers the opportunity to extend learning both before and after the museum visit
 

WEB RESOURCES: 

Each class has a corresponding website with listening samples, videos, related academic content standards, descriptions of each class, downloadable Pre-Visit guides, and other materials to extend learning.  Use the links to the left to navigate to each course.


MORE INFO:

For more information on scheduling a visit please contact our group sales department at 216.515.1228.

 

 

CMSD FREE BUSING: 

Transportation costs are covered for Cleveland Metropolitan School District groups only. The Museum is able to provde a transportation stipend of up to $195 for each busload of CMSD students. Funding is limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Teachers must schedule their own transportation using the CMSD yellow school buses. When completing the field trip request form located in your school office, indicate "Bill to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum" on the form.

 


Rockin' the Schools Highlights


“The follow up activities look great! I can’t wait to use the lesson plan on acoustics. I’ve been dying to find a way to sneak in Robert Moog and the development of the synthesizer. We especially liked the demonstration of the recording software”
- Carey Perkins, St. Charles, 7th Grade
“We were able to use almost all the material and information following our visit. We had a great discussion using what we experienced and the students were eager to express themselves concerning the visit. Thank you for allowing us to have such a great experience.”
- Unknown