Individual Classroom Videoconference Program Request Form

Individual Classroom Videoconference Programs should be requested at least 3 weeks prior to your preferred program date. Your program will be confirmed within 3–5 business days. Schools will be invoiced after the program.


$175 per individual classroom (up to 30 students). Discounted fee of $150 per classroom when scheduling the same program topic for three or more classrooms.

Note: No charge to Boston Public Schools.

Please submit a separate request form for each program topic.

Contact Information

School/Organization Information

Student Information

Up to 10
If requesting a program for multiple class periods on a single day, please include total number of students served.

Program Options

Program Date and Time
Please list both the start and end times for each class period that you are requesting.

Programs are offered October 2, 2023–June 14, 2024. No programming during Winter Recess (December 22–January 2), February Recess (February 19–23), April Recess (April 15–19) and Summer Recess.

Available Mondays and Thursdays 9 am–4 pm and Fridays 9 am–1 pm, and can accommodate individual class schedules. All times ET.

Connection Options

Schools connect with the MFA via Zoom. Teachers will receive a Zoom Meeting ID, Passcode, and link to connect with their confirmation letter.

Videoconference programs are intended to be a collaborative classroom experience. There are two options for connecting and participating:

  1. Classroom teacher connects from one primary device and projects the videoconference to the entire classroom; classrooms need a digital projector or smart board, web camera oriented toward the students, speakers, and a microphone.
  2. Students connect from individual classroom devices with headsets and will participate using the chat.
Please indicate your connection method.
Please select all that apply.

Additional Information

Please tell us about your group so we can better plan your program.

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