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All students and educators are invited to participate in and learn more about the educational programs the DAR offers through the Tennessee Society. Educators, parents, and students are encouraged to contact their local DAR chapters for more detailed information on programs provided in their community.
Resources and Programs
Established by the DAR in 1956, Constitution Week is an annual week-long celebration of the United States Constitution held from September 17-23.
The DAR provides this online manual to assist individuals becoming naturalized citizens.
Flags and the
U.S. Flag Code
The U.S. Flag Code is a useful tool for students studying the American flag.
Flag of Tennessee Classroom Materials
This lesson plan was created by one of our Tennessee chapters and is designed so that it can be tailored to each grade level. The Tennessee Society DAR is credited with the creation of the first official salute to our state flag. Read More…
Junior Membership Classroom Grant
The Classroom Grant program was established in 2017. Fifty-one $500 grants have been awarded to classroom teachers impacting more than 10,000 students nationwide. This program is supported by funds raised for the Helen Pouch Memorial Fund.
Since 2018, two $500 grants are available for each state and the District of Columbia. Applicants must be a classroom teacher for grades kindergarten through 12th grade, be endorsed by a local DAR chapter, and complete the grant award application.
Contact your local chapter for application information.
Tennessee Period Room in the NSDAR Museum
NSDAR’s Memorial Continental Hall houses 31 Period Rooms. Each room is sponsored by a state society and is a historically inspired scene that displays pieces from the NSDAR Museum Collection.
The Tennessee Period Room represents a parlor in a wealthy American home during 1828-1836, the years of Andrew Jackson’s presidency.
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