YES Club presents:
YES Club at Your Home
Bring the fun and excitement of Catamount Institute’s award winning Young Environmental Stewards club right to your home. This virtual club will run for 8 weeks and we send you all the supplies!
YES Club at Home is for grades 3-5.
YES Club at your Home: Science of the Sky
YES CLUB AT YOUR HOMEIncludes mailed supplies and all online sessions.
Choose one of these online meeting times.
Each session needs a minimum of 5 students to move forward.
Maximum 12 students per time slot.
READ OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Learn the science of the sky
Online sessions with trained educators
Lessons that encourage your child to go outside!
Online Sessions start the week of February 1st
Register for YES Club at Home today!
Frequently Asked Questions
A Catamount Institute staff member will be the educator leading. All staff have been background checked.
Once registered, families do not need to buy any supplies. All experiment and lesson supplies are included in fee. (Some regular household items may be needed for some experiments).
Educators will video call with clubs at designated hour, but then students are self directed to do the lesson/experiment for that week. Parents/Guardians are not required, but always encouraged to join in the fun!
The virtual YES Club registration fee for Science in the Sky, comes with 8 weeks of lessons online, lesson work book, all supplies for experiments, a voucher for a student and parent visit to the Discover Center at the Space Foundation (through April 1st, 2021) and a Catamount Institute shirt!
Science in the Sky meets once per week for 8 weeks online for up to an hour.
Please let us know ahead of time if your student cannot attend. We are happy to try to reschedule with your student once during those 8 weeks.
No! We are based in Colorado Springs, CO, but you do not need to live locally. We will be meeting during Mountain Standard Time (MST) so please adjust accordingly.
YES Club at Home is best suited for students 3rd-5th grade that are independent and curious about the natural world. Each week students will need access to the internet and a computer, plus time to complete their experiment/lesson outside with parent support.