Afterschool Program: CATCH
2018-2019 Session Dates
August 23 - November 20, 2018
Registration open Monday July 23,2018 9am
November 26, 2018 - March 8, 2019
Registration open Wednesday October 24,2018 9am
March 11, 2019 - June 5, 2019
Registration open Wednesday February 6,2019 9am
Keystone Science School, in partnership with the Family Intercultural Resources Center (FIRC), Summit County Youth and Family Services, The Summit Foundation, and the Breckenridge Recreation Center, is pleased to offer the Afterschool Program using CATCH curriculum for Breckenridge,Dillon Valley, Frisco, Silverthorne, Summit Cove, and Upper Blue Elementary Schools.
CATCH stands for Coordinated Approach to Child Health. This afterschool program is designed to promote healthy physical activity and eating behaviors in children. It aims to equip children with the knowledge and skills to make healthy decisions, all while having fun! Each day a healthy snack is served and the children participate in a nutrition lesson followed by various exercises and non-elimination games.
This program is available to students attending these schools in grades K-5. Students at Dillon Valley Elementary, Frisco Elementary, Silverthorne Elementary, and Summit Cove Elementary will attend CATCH programs held on site at each elementary school.
Students who attend Breckenridge Elementary and Upper Blue Elementary will take a bus chaperoned by Breckenridge Recreation Center staff to the Breckenridge Recreation Center where their CATCH programs will be held.
2017-2018 Session Dates
August 24 - November 21, 2017
November 27, 2017 - March 9, 2018
March 12, 2018 - June 6, 2018
Registration open February 6th, 2018 9am
Please note, that the programs will NOT be held on any scheduled off school days or in the event of school cancellations or early releases.
Programs begin immediately following the end of the school day with flexible parent pick-up between 5:15-5:30pm. The combined program held at the Breckenridge Rec Center will run until 6:00PM daily due to the time students are spending on the bus in transit.
The CATCH Program participation fee is based on a sliding scale. The CATCH program is partly subsidized by grants and in-kind donations, keeping the program affordable for all. View Participant Fee Structure for details.
Each session of CATCH Afterschool is handled separately. Families must register for each session.
Click HERE to locate Breckenridge and Upper Blue Elementary program information and applications.
Participants must register a minimum of 3 days per week.
We are grateful for critical program support from our program partners and sponsors:
The Colorado Health Foundation, The Summit Foundation, FirstBank, FIRC, El Pomar Foundation and The Summit Foundation Donor Advised Funds: Katz Family Fund.