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Get Ready for Camp

2021 Summer Camp is just around the corner! Here are all the resources you need to assure your camper is ready for a magical summer. Take a careful look at everything here, and don't hesitate to reach out with any questions.


Forms

All sessions of camp require additional forms. This paperwork can be found in the forms section of your KSS Online Account. All paperwork is due no later than May 1st.

Additional forms will be added as we approach summer and confirm our adventure contractors.


Medications, Supplements, Vitamins, etc.

All medications, supplements, vitamins, etc. are required to have an accompanying Medication Administration Permission form completed by a physician.

All medications must be in their original packaging and prescription medications have their original label.

We will not accept medications, supplements, or vitamins that do not meet the above documentation and packaging.

Emergency or life-saving medications such as an Epi-Pen, Albuterol Inhaler, Seizure medication, etc. must be unexpired and have an accompanying Colorado State Action Plan fully completed by a health care provider. You can access these action plan forms within your KSS Online Account.

Dietary Restrictions

For overnight programs, all meals will be provided by KSS. On most days, campers will eat a hot breakfast and dinner prepared by our kitchen staff, and we will pack lunches and snacks in the morning to enjoy while out on our adventures.

For day camps, please pack a healthy and balanced lunch for your camper, as well as a morning and afternoon snack. For day camp programs held on the KSS Campus, parents can purchase a lunch. For Summit Day Campers, the Summit School District will provide lunches for campers who qualify for Free and Reduced Priced Meals.

KSS is a nut-aware camp. Please send your camper’s food free of any nut products. This includes peanut or almond butter, trail mix and granola bars with nuts. To learn more about our handling of nut allergies and other dietary restrictions please read the blog post, “Oh Nuts.” Meals and snacks are nutritious and prepared to manage common food allergies (nuts/dairy/gluten/etc.) Please note any food allergies or dietary restrictions on your camper’s registration information prior to programming.


Drop Off & Pick Up Info

Day Camp Keystone Science School

1053 Soda Ridge Rd.
Keystone, CO 80435

Drop Off: 8:30am-9am
Pick Up: 4:30pm-5pm

Summit High School (Farmer’s Korner)*

16201 CO-9
Breckenridge, CO 80424

Drop Off: 8:30am
Pick Up: 5:00pm

Summit Day Camp Silverthorne Elementary School

101 Hamilton Creek Rd
Silverthorne, CO 80498

Drop Off: 8:30am-9am
Pick Up: 4:30pm-5pm

Bus Stops

The Summit School District will be providing transportation to select locations. These locations will be decided by the district as summer approaches.

Times, Locations, & Capacities: TBD

Pathfinders Keystone Science School

1053 Soda Ridge Rd.
Keystone, CO 80435

Drop Off: 8:30am-9am
Pick Up: 4:30pm-5pm

Discovery Camp & CAPs Keystone Science School

1053 Soda Ridge Rd.
Keystone, CO 80435

Drop Off: 12pm
Pick Up: 11am

Morrison, CO - Park and Ride T-Rex Lot

18425 US-40
Golden, CO 80401

Drop Off: 10:30am
Pick Up: 11am
$60 Each Way

Denver International Airport (DEN)

8500 Peña Blvd
Denver, CO 80249

Arrival to DIA: 7am-9:30am
Departure from DIA: 1-3:30pm
$110 Each Way

Adventures* Keystone Science School

1053 Soda Ridge Rd.
Keystone, CO 80435

Drop Off: 10:30am
Pick Up: 11am

Morrison, CO - Park and Ride T-Rex Lot

18425 US-40
Golden, CO 80401

Drop Off: 10:30am
Pick Up: 11am
$60 Each Way

Denver International Airport (DEN)

8500 Peña Blvd
Denver, CO 80249

Arrival to DIA: 7am-9:30am
Departure from DIA: 1-3:30pm
$60 Each Way

*for all overnight campers: If a camper is excluded from programming for any health reasons, the camper MUST be picked up from the program within 3 hours by a parent, guardian, or designated guardian.


Camper Mail Instructions (Discovery Camp Only)

We allow and encourage emails and/or letters to your Discovery Overnight camper. We will deliver mail regularly to the campers. If your camper would like to write letters home we are happy to provide postcards and stamps. However, we recommend sending your camper with pre-stamped and pre-addressed stationary. Due to the remote nature of the programs, we will not deliver mail to offsite programs.

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Please put “Discovery Camp Session ____” and your camper’s name in the subject line. Emails will be printed and handed out to campers. However, emails are one-way, and will not be responded to unless the camper writes home via postcard.

Mail: Camper Name - Session ____
Keystone Science School
1053 Soda Ridge Rd
Keystone, CO 80435

Care Packages: You are welcome to send a care package to your child or drop off the package when you drop off your camper. We request that you include enough items for your camper’s bunkmates. This will make you the coolest parent ever and it preemptively prevents any homesickness outbreaks from campers who may not have received anything. Please do not include any edible items, including candy or gum. Any food sent in a care package will be confiscated to prevent wildlife issues in the dorms and on campus.

Need Help Registering for Camp?

Whether this is your first time registering for camp or you are a returning camper, we are here to help answer questions and navigate the enrollment process with you. Get in touch with us today!

Call Us (970)468-2098
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm MST

Email Us at Support@KeystoneScienceSchool.org
We will respond promptly.

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