The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education is pleased to offer, at no cost, powerful enrichment programs for students in the K-12 classrooms. These programs satisfy different Oregon State Benchmarks for learning in a variety of areas, including social studies, history, English, art, math, and geography.
Holocaust Educational Trunks are available to middle and high school teachers for use in their classrooms, made possible by a generous grant from the Equity Foundation’s Portland 100 Fund. Examples of trunks are Kindertransport, A Name on the Wall, Safe Haven – The Dominican Republic and Rescuers. Each trunk features one or more stories from survivors who live in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Please visit back here for updates on new educational trunks as they become available.
The OJMCHE is pleased to offer, at no cost, a powerful enrichment program for 3rd-5th grade classrooms. This program satisfies Oregon State Benchmarks for learning in a variety of areas, including social studies, history, English, art, math, and geography.
Invite an OJMCHE educator to come into your classroom with our special objects box for younger children. It’s full of things that help your students learn about Jewish life and includes objects that they can handle and photographs that they can look at.