At Girls Inc. of Metro Denver, we  know that our future leaders will be a generation of women leaders- and women leaders start as girls. Beginning the summer after kindergarten, our Elementary School Program encouraged girls to explore, build a positive self-image, and develop their voice. Programs include age appropriate financial literacy programs, nutrition and healthy living, early STEM programming, a robust mentoring program, and much more. Thoughtful programs, delivered in a pro-girl environment, that is physically socially, and emotionally safe, provides girls with the tools they need to succeed today and in the future.

 

Join Girls Inc. of Metro Denver’s Elementary School Team for Session Three!

Featuring remote, hands-on learning for 1st grade to 5th grade, Session Three Programs Schedule includes:

  • Math Madness Mondays: Get moving and sharpen your math skills with math games and movement.
  • Tuesday/Thursday Informed Together: Learn about the human body, how it works, and how to keep it healthy. Fourth and fifth grade girls learn about what to expect during puberty.
  • Literacy Wednesdays: Develop literacy skills with Books & Craft Wednesday. Each week explore a new book and connected craft activity.

Sign up for Session Three is still open. Register Now!

The Girls Inc. of Metro Denver Elementary School Team knows how to inspire girls to be strong, smart, and bold. The team also knows how to have fun while doing it. Elementary educators create fun, exciting, and educational activities for our girls. Watch the Elementary Team have fun with remote programming.

How Do I Sign Up?

For information on 1st-5th grade Elementary Programs please contact:
Destinee Perkins
Manager of Elementary School Programs
303-893-4363 ext 105
dperkins@girlsincdenver.org

You are also welcome to stop by the Center at 1499 Julian St, Denver (MAP) to sign up your child(ren).

Note: Programs require nominal fees. Fees are based on a sliding scale – no girl is ever turned away because of inability to pay.

Transportation can be available if five or more girls attend from your school, with consideration of school release time and length of destination.

Girls must have completed kindergarten and be at least six years old to participate in programs.