Testimonials

School Groups

  • I just wanted to thank you for this material, it means a great deal to me that it has all been wonderfully prepared for me to present my student and my school with a lesson.  While we cannot visit the museum this year, I will be preparing a lesson for my campus and for my individual classes as well. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to honoring the victims of the Holocaust.  We have so much to teach both our current and future generations..."
  • "Our virtual fieldtrip today was incredible! Our kids today loved it! Before the holidays we studied WWII and spent significant time on the Holocaust. Looking forward to another great experience tomorrow. I’m sure you have a board of directors, CEO, or someone who is the 'boss', so I’m letting them know how fantastic all of you are."
  • "This morning, our fifth grade students (F2F and virtual) had an opportunity to travel back in time to March 29, 1964 to experience the Piccadilly cafeteria protest in Dallas.  The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum presentation was exceptional. Our students were very engaged throughout the lesson and the presenter did an outstanding job at addressing each of their questions. I want to commend your staff for providing this valuable learning opportunity to students and for your continued support in their education."
  • I just wanted to say thank you so much for your help in coordinating our virtual field trip.  Our tour guides were very knowledgeable and gave us great information.  Please thank them for us, as well. Now that we've done a virtual field trip, I can wrap my mind around how it works!  I've received several comments from other staff members that this was the BEST Holocaust activity that our school has participated in and we are already planning for next year to make it even better. We're looking forward to working on our Every Child Has A Name projects over the next few weeks and continuring our learning of the Holocaust through our reading and remembering."
  • "Now that we've done a virtual field trip, I can wrap my mind around how it works!  I've received several comments from other staff members that this was the BEST Holocaust activity that our school has participated in and we are already planning for next year to make it even better. We're looking forward to working on our Every Child Has A Name projects over the next few weeks and continuing our learning of the Holocaust through our reading and remembering."
  • "This morning, our fifth grade students had an opportunity to travel back in time to March 29, 1964 to experience the Piccadilly cafeteria protest in Dallas.  The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum presentation was exceptional. Our students were very engaged throughout the lesson and the presenter did an outstanding job at addressing each of their questions. I want to commend your staff for providing this valuable learning opportunity to students and for your continued support in their education."
  • "Thank you so much for giving my class the opportunity to take a virtual tour of the Dallas Holocaust Museum. It was a truly eye-opening experience and despite the grim topic, I genuinely enjoyed learning about that time in history."
  • "I really appreciate you both for teaching us...  Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to teach us about the holocaust. The holocaust museum was really interesting, I went there a few years ago and it seemed like this time I learned more. I never knew about the other camps during the time we had really only known about Auschwitz. Again I really appreciate you both for taking the time to do this for us."
  • "I am a student...and I am so thankful that y’all took the time to teach us about the Holocaust. It is a really important time in our history and I am so glad that we got to learn about it. I am definitely going to be coming to the museum and using my coupon!!"
  • "Hello...I am an 8th grader... I was on your tour yesterday, and I wanted to say thank you so much for the amazing opportunity to have a virtual tour of the museum, and a huge thank you to Claire Robinson and Casey Bush for the guided tour. It was a very cool learning experience and it was a great opportunity to go on a "field trip" while still being in our own classrooms. I learned a lot about the holocaust that I didn't know before, and I found learning about the concentration camps to be very interesting. I cannot imagine how much work goes into this tour, and I just want to say thank you! I hope that you are having a wonderful day!"

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