We offer after school programs for schools in the Poudre School District. Formats can vary to meet the needs of your school and families, though a typical format is to meet weekly for six weeks. These programs focus on learning through hands-on indoor and outdoor environmental education experiences.
- Each program can be adapted for either K -2nd or 3rd -5th grade
- 20 students per program maximum
- Incorporates State Educational Standards and school’s academic goals
- Includes outdoor activities, as weather permits
- $50/child for each 6-week program; Scholarships available
If you are interested in having an after school program at your school, please contact us.
Wild Fort Collins
Join us to discover what is wild about Fort Collins. We’ll explore the local weather, wildlife and even the water that flows in the Cache la Poudre River.
Students will participate in hands-on experiments from environmental disciplines of science such as geology and meteorology. By using the scientific method, recording data and running experiments, students will study and connect with the natural environment.
The three principles of conservation (reduce, reuse, recycle) will guide this program; we will learn how to reduce our use of energy and water. Students will get creative, reusing materials in projects such as garbage art. We will recycle everything we can from bottles to banana peels while exploring the excitement of compost and worm bins!
Wild about Wildlife
Students will learn about the adaptations that help wildlife survive and the ecosystems in which they live. They will become expert trackers, identifying wildlife by their tracks and scat. Option to include presentations with live animals.
Nature is naturally beautiful, and we will explore nature’s beauty using art and storytelling in this after school program. Students will read and write stories in and about the natural world. We’ll also make art using nature and with nature as our artistic subject. Each week, we’ll explore a different form of art or storytelling.
We also run a girls-only science program called Girls Advancing Scientific Progress (GASP!) at several local elementary schools.