(970) 468-2098


We are working diligently on the wildfire incident on Buffalo Mountain. Our number one priority is our participants' safety and we continue to take precautions. Programming Updates (as of Friday, 6/15):

  • SUMMER CATCH CAMP: For the week of 6/18-6/22 all Summer CATCH Camp programming will be held at the Frisco Elementary School. All bus pickups and drop-offs will be the same - same times and same locations as usual. If you typically drop your child off and/or pick your child up at SVE for camp, please do so at Frisco Elementary School (800 8th Ave, Frisco CO) OR your child may ride the school bus to/from any of the Summer CATCH Camp bus stop locations.

  • CAMPAMENTO de CATCH de VERANO: Para la semana del 18 al 22 de junio, toda la programación de Summer CATCH Camp se llevará a cabo en la Escuela Primaria Frisco. Todos los recogidos y bajadas de autobuses serán los mismos: los mismos horarios y las mismas ubicaciones que de costumbre. Si generalmente deja a su hijo / a y / o recoge a su hijo en SVE para el campamento, hágalo en la Escuela Primaria Frisco (800 8th Ave, Frisco CO). O su hijo puede viajar en el autobús escolar hacia / desde cualquiera de los lugares de parada de autobús de Summer CATCH Camp.
  • DAY, DISCO and ADVENTURE programs are running as regularly scheduled.

Check your email and this website for regular updates and information. If you have questions, please call KSS Campus at 970-468-2098. 

Additional Resources: Summit County Emergency Blog (English; Spanish); Summit Fire and EMS Hotline 970-668-9730

CSI: Sustainable Cities

Climate Status Investigations: Sustainable Cities

CSI using lab equip

This hybrid program unites the investigative focus of our Climate Status Investigations program with the critical analysis and big-picture thinking processes of our Students for Sustainabilities model. 

Educators will walk away able to lead their own students through an exploration of the many aspects of global climate change using hands-on inquiry. They will also learn techniques and gain curricular tools and lesson plans to explore the environmental, public health, social, and economic impacts of climate change.

This training provides teachers with the inquiry-based learning practices, critical thinking skills, democratic processes, and action-taking strategies to analyze and address major issues and come up with viable solutions to sustainability needs in their own communities.

By providing a non-biased scientific framework within which to examine issues around global climate change and sustainability, the curriculum is intended to improve the decision-making abilities of students. The format allows participants to solve problems in a variety of creative ways based on the evidence and data they have collected.

Our curriculum encourages teachers and students to use their knowledge to become active community members, both locally and globally as well as preparing our future leaders for STEM careers that do not exist yet.

Upcoming Programs

SSC Triangle Triage

When: November 2-4, 2016
Where: Wilmington, DE; Agilent Technologies 


Tags: climate change, STEM, sustainability, professional development

7,820 youth and adults impacted through all our programs in 2017.