Special Events

  • NEW! Teacher Orientation

  • Teach to Remember

    Sept. 11, 2024
  • Write to Remember

    Sept. 11, 2024
  • Educational Resources




Educators - Are you currently teaching or planning to include lessons about the events of 9/11? Join us to explore how we can enhance your students' learning experience with various teacher resources tailored to help you create an engaging educational journey. For those who attended our virtual event launch in 2023, we welcome you to join us again this year as we expand on the resources available for educators.

To provide you with tools and insights to enrich your students' education, Friends, National Park Service, and the National Writing Project led a teacher orientation session. Once you register for the 2024 National Day of Learning "Teach to Remember," you will be able to access the recording of the orientation.

Stay tuned as the "Teach to Remember" registration will open soon!

2024 National Day of Learning

"Teach to Remember"

Wednesday, September 11, 2024

National Day of Learning "Teach to Remember" will be hosted by Friends of Flight 93 National Memorial in partnership with the National Park Service.

Through synchronous and asynchronous learning modalities, participants can learn about the heroic actions of the forty passenger and crew members of Flight 93 who sacrificed their lives to stop a planned terrorist attack on our Nation’s capital. 

Registration will open shortly!

2023 | Virtual Event for Grade Levels 6-12: Enhancing Students' Learning Experience

While the programming of this virtual event was geared towards students in grades 6-12, there were options available for all grade levels. After registering, teachers received a link to access a range of resources that will enrich their virtual learning program.

Came September 11, a video gallery was accessible to the public. The gallery included ranger-guided tours of each of the Memorials features, interviews with family members, a crime scene investigation, and a pre-recorded Moment of Remembrance for those who were unable to tune in to the live stream event on September 11.

Participants were greeted by various Flight 93 leadership members via live stream. The 9/11 ceremony from Flight 93 National Memorial was also live streamed, followed by live Q&A sessions led by Flight 93 National Memorial rangers.

Curriculum and resources were available starting September 11, 2023, through the Zoom platform and remained accessible to teachers until the end of that year. After this time, all information can be accessed via the 9/11 resource pages on both Friends and National Park Service websites. Visit Teach to Remember - Flight 93 National Memorial (U.S. National Park Service) (nps.gov) for educational resources.




National Day of Learning "Write to Remember" provides educators with the opportunity to engage their students in a writing and publishing project. This project invites students to discover the Flight 93 story and to use their voice to write about how lessons learned can be applied to problems faced today.

Registration will open shortly!

Writing Our Future 

Writing Our Future, a National Writing Project initiative, supports online youth publishing projects that are designed by educators for educators and the young people they work with. Intended for use in schools, libraries, and other educational settings, all project are COPPA compliant and educator-managed. NWP is committed to supporting young people's writing and civic participation by providing a safe and supportive environment for youth writing, media creation, sharing, and publishing.


Flight 93 National Memorial Resources

Enhancing Student Learning Experience with Resources from NPS 

Check out Teach to Remember - Flight 93 National Memorial (U.S. National Park Service) (nps.gov) for valuable resources that will help improve the learning experience of your students.



To support educators in addressing the challenges of teaching about 9/11 and to inspire the next generation with the Flight 93 Story, Friends of Flight 93 National Memorial is thrilled to announce our renewed collaboration with the National Park Service for a virtual National Day of Learning called "Teach to Remember" and with the National Writing Project for "Write to Remember" on Wednesday, September 11, 2024.

Our programming is designed for grades 6-12 worldwide and includes a combination of pre-recorded lesson plans, live streaming of the Memorial Service, a special Moment of Remembrance, and interactive sessions with park rangers.

  • Virtual Event tailored for Grades 6-12
  • Engage in a Guided Tour of the Memorial
  • Explore the Flight 93 Story
  • Participate in a Live Memorial Service at 9:50 AM EDT
  • Join Live Stream Q&A Sessions
  • Sessions offered in Eastern and Pacific Time zones