Choose a Frequently Asked Questions category:
<-- Back to Frequently Asked Questions
Visitors can meter park along the street of Capitol Avenue and 4th Street. Visitors can also park in spaces that are signed with “Reserved Capitol Parking” only, please do not park in numbered and Reserved spots. Additional parking is available at the Department of Finance and Administration building on 7th Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard parking lot.
We like to keep it to one or two classroom sizes for a presentation, if possible. Time restriction and schedule don’t always allow the presentations to be small but the smaller the group the better attention is paid during the program. We are able to do bigger groups in one presentation and just give us a call to explore all the possibilities that we can provide for you.
There is absoultey no cost to you. All travel expences will be cover even if we have to stay overnight.
We are able to travel anywhere within the State of Arkansas.
Yes, we have several different downloadable and printable activities, games, and presentations that pertain to civics education. Please visit the civics section in educational resources.
The young voter workshop is a day long workshop that stresses the importance of voting and understanding the voting process. Unfortunately the workshop is only for high school students, we do have sections of the workshop that are not suitable for younger students. We do offer other programs and presentations about voting for our youngest voters.
The drop-down amounts only go to 100 per item, if you require more than that please fill out and submit the request again or have another teacher/co-worker fill out the form for your school.
Yes, we do! We provide a 2 hour Arkansas history credit with our workshop titled “Using the State Capitol to Teach.” The workshop will cover what kinds of educational resources, materials, and programs the Secretary of State’s office provides to educators all over the state. We have partnered in the past with other wonderful Arkansas History credit providers, like The Old State House Museum, The Clinton Presidental Library, and Economics Arkansas. For more information on Professional Development please visit the teacher workshop page.
Yes, we have several different downloadable and printable activities, games and presentations. Look through the educational resources and videos and games for more fun materials.
We have an online order form for our educational materials. Please click the link to access the order form. www.sos.arkansas.gov/education/classroom-presentations/ordering-information
We can do more than one presentation in a day. The best is to call to schedule and talk about what will work best for your school. We can be somewhat flexible with some of our presentations, so give us a call and we will get the best schedule done for you.
We have four main traveling presentations; Little Golden Books, The Arkansas Traveler, State Symbols and How a Bill becomes Law. Please click the link for more information and to schedule.
Call the Tour Desk at 501-682-5080 to reserve a guided tour.