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6 Step Registration

Step 1.

Coordinate with your teaching team to decide what month and day your group would like to attend Young AmeriTowne.

Step 2.

Call the Director, Programs Registration to schedule an excursion date to either the headquarters facility in Denver or the Belmar facility in Lakewood. Please be aware that dates are assigned on a first-come first-serve basis, and it is advisable for your group to have flexibility when scheduling.  Dates may be scheduled up to two years in advance.  

Step 3.

A contract packet including a written contract, a schedule of teacher orientation dates, teacher refresher dates, volunteer orientation dates, and a teacher information sheet, will be sent to your school for your review and response.

Step 4.

Once you have reviewed the materials and decided upon an orientation date, contact the Director, Programs Registration to reserve space in an orientation session.

Step 5.

At least two weeks prior to your scheduled teacher orientation date inform the Director, Programs Registration of the approximate number of students who will be attending with your school. This information is necessary for us to be able to assemble curriculum and classroom materials to be picked up on your scheduled orientation date.

Step 6.

On the day of orientation you will receive your materials and be required to submit the $250 deposit, which will later be applied to the total invoice. 

If you have any questions, contact the Director, Programs Registration, 303-321-2265

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