Summit Historical Society
4th grade students learn about the six people groups who were in Colorado around the mid 19th century. Hands on, interactive, in classroom or online.
1 1/4 hours.
Free to public, private, and homeschool.
Program developed by History Colorado, and we are their Summit County educators. Inquire below.
Ute Knowledge of STEM
4th and 5th graders learn about Colorados native peoples, the Utes and how they used STEM in their daily lives.
Program developed by History Colorado with a NSF grant and led in Summit County by SHS educators.
Free. Inquire below.
Life in 1900
1883 Dillon Campus School Group Activity. School groups can have a special two hour tour and hands on activities such as rope making, home chores, carrying water, handwriting, map reading in our historic buildings.
Reservations required. K-6 grades.
Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and other groups are welcome. Inquire below.
Ranching in Summit County
1919 Rice Barn tour and hands on activities. Summit Cove area, accessible by Summit Stage and 5 minute walk.
1- 1 1/2 hour.
Educational program can be customized for group upon request. Inquire below.