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Current 4-H School Enrichment Programs: Our office has a great relationship with several metro-area schools districts, administrators and teachers.  We can provide many different kinds of opportunities and experiences inside classrooms, auditoriums, lunchrooms, and the playground ! These 4-H programs include but are not limited to:

  • S.T.E.M. P.D.Q. – 4-H Leaders come to school, supplies in hand, and lead the students in engaging learning experiences, incorporating Science themes, Technological tools, Engineering concepts and Mathematical equations.  building-towers-at-athmarBudget, time and resource constraints make awesome, hands-on learning experiences a challenge in a classroom.    hallet-airplanesThe P.D.Q. means, we can customize our lessons to fit 30, 45, and 60 minute sessions – and we ‘ramp’ all of the lessons to scaffold for younger grades, and challenge older  Some STEM PDQ lessons – Marshmallow Puff Tubes – Rocketry – Chemical Changes – Air Pressure – and more!

For more about this program –  Email Mr. Robert Franklin, or call 720-913-5209.

  • Embryology – All youth need to know where their food comes from.   Educating our youth about being a part of the food system is a priority of Colorado State University Extension programming in Denver.  img_1564As such, our Embryology program brings “Ag(riculture) to the Class” via a 4-6 week lesson that teaches how an egg becomes a chicken.  Like other science-related school enrichment programming, we ‘ramp’ all of the lessons to scaffold for younger grades, and challenge older grades in embryology.img_1642 The class includes all you need to incubate hatching eggs and care for baby chicks in your classroom!           For more about this program – Email Mr. Robert Franklin, or call 720-913-5209.
  • Leadership – Utilizing the Code of the West, and the Cowboy Ethics curriculum, working-together4-H Leaders engage students in leadership activities and lessons where they can apply ideas about how to act in society to their daily lives. 4-H has a younger version for grades K-4, Happy Trails Values, based in the same format of a 4-16 session program.


For more about this program – Email Mr. Robert Franklin, or call 720-913-5209.



  • DARE to be You/CARE to Wait — This one time or series of workshops are designed to increase communication between youth and adults about sexual decision making. Adults improve parenting skills and increase their confidence in being a resource for their teens about decisions related to sex, intimacy, drugs, dating and more. Youth debunk myths, try on refusal skills and learn that discussing important matters with parents is a definite possibility. For more about this program – Email Mr. Ken Grimes, or call 720-913-5267.