After School Camps Meet, move, and learn in person at the Museum! AFTER SCHOOL CAMPS FOR KIDS IN GRADES K - 5 After School Camps get brains and bodies moving after a day of remote learning! Campers will learn and play as they experiment, create, build, and ask questions while developing a passion for science in sessions led by experienced educators. 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. / $250 member, $275 nonmember Registration opens Sept. 8 at 9 a.m. Camp groups and spots limited.All campers must be 5 at time of their camp start date. Scholarships are Available! If you qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch, you may qualify for a scholarship that covers 50% or 100% of your camp fees. Scholarship registration is by phone only starting Sept. 8, call Guest Services at 303.370.6000, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Wait list for After School Camps Didn’t get a spot in our new half day camps? Sign up for our waitlist! Waitlist spots are limited for each grade and are a great way to hold a spot if space becomes available. Waitlist spots are per individual, and must be reserved per camper. Those registered for the waitlist are required to complete their CAMPER REGISTRATION FORM, as listed in the policy below, to hold their spot and be placed into camps. Once your forms are approved, they will be saved in our system for the next 12 months, speeding up future camp registrations. Qualify for scholarship? Call us before joining the waitlist to see if spots are still available. Call Guest Services at 303.370.6000, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. DMNS Camp Safety To help campers stay healthy we will have set times for washing hands, including when campers arrive at the Museum, before and after eating food, after using the toilet, and touching items or surface that may be frequently touched by other people. Group SizeCapacity for each camp is currently at ten campers. Once groups of ten or less are formed, the group will remain together for the entirety of the week. As much as possible, groups will be kept separate when indoors. Face CoveringsWe are adhering to all CDC, CDPHE and DPH guidelines around face coverings. At this time, campers and staff will be asked to wear face coverings throughout the day. We understand some children may not be able to wear a face covering due to health considerations and will work with families to determine if their child can safely attend camp in these situations. Face coverings will be removed during snacks. Physical DistancingChildren and staff will maintain physical distance (6 ft), as much as possible. Rooms and activities will be set-up to naturally support this distancing. Hand WashingTo help campers stay healthy we will have set times for washing hands, including when campers arrive at the Museum, before and after eating food, after using the toilet, and touching items or surface that may be frequently touched by other people. Read more about what the Museum is doing to keep our guests safe here. DMNS Camp Registration Form Policy Coming Soon: Check out our updated After School Camp Policies and Procedures. Once you have purchased your camp(s), you will receive an email from DMNS Online Ticketing Sales with an invitation to complete a CAMPER REGISTRATION FORM. To complete your registration form, you will need information required of all State-Licensed child care programs. Each child you registered will need one form filled out, regardless of how many camps they will be attending. We encourage you to have your form completed at least two weeks before the camp start date to allow plenty of time for review and any necessary edits. To ensure that your child has a great experience at camp and for their safety, any Camper Registration Forms not submitted for review or marked “Approved” one week prior to the upcoming registered camp date will have their camp registration for the purchased week forfeited without refund. The purchaser of the camp will be responsible for the completion of any and all registration forms. If your child(ren) attend public schools in the state of Colorado, there is a good chance that we already have access to their updated immunization forms in the correct format. We will not need immunizations from your camper(s). If your campers are coming from out of state, or do not attend public schools, we will need this information before they can start camp. You will be notified if we require you to submit your immunization records via your Camper Registration Form.