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HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS

Teen programs hosts monthly evening events for high school students. Every month, different students from the
Steamboat Springs Teen Council are responsible for marketing and implementing the event. Student responsibilities include planning, marketing, and supervising events. Collaborating with the Teen Programs Coordinator, the students plan substance free recreation opportunities for the entire student body. 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Click on the button below to register for upcoming High School/Teen Council events! 

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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS TEEN COUNCIL

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Our VISION is a community where teens have a voice.
Our MISSION is to demonstrate that teens are valuable assets and are caring members of the community who are committed to education, health/wellness, the environment and service. As a channel and resource for all teens, we strive to open lines of communication and provide common ground for teens and adults. 

2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT:

Click HERE to view the 2015-2016 Steamboat Springs Teen Council Annual Report


JOIN THE 2016-2017 TEEN COUNCIL!


HOW TO APPLY:


The Steamboat Springs Teen Council is currently accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year. The application process consists of several short questions and a letter of recommendation. In addition, you may be called to do an in-person interview after school on April 26th.
All applications are due on April 13th, 2016. 

Please click on the link below to download the 2016-2017 application.

2016-2017 STEAMBOAT SPRINGS TEEN COUNCIL APPLICATION

The completed Steamboat Springs Teen Council application and letter of recommendation can be e-mailed to Lauren Lastrina at or dropped off at the Parks & Community Services Office (245 Howelsen Parkway). 

MEET THE 2015-2016 TEEN COUNCIL MEMBERS:

2015-2016 Teen Council!

CURRENT PROJECTS:

'MINDFULNESS MONDAYS':

The Teen Council members are passionate about the effects of stress on high school students in Steamboat. Their way to reduce stress is to incorporate different mindfulness techniques into their classrooms. They presented to all of the teachers at their all staff meeting and were met with great enthusiasm. They suggested techniques such as quietly breathing, calming music, or stretching before class to help calm student's brains and get them ready to focus during class. 

ANTI-TOBACCO

The students worked hard to create a display for the Great American Smokeout in the school about the harmful effects of tobacco on the body, especially lungs. This display has been a huge eye opener to the students, as one of the materials inside the display is an actual black lung of a smoker. See the display below: 

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LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
In October, several TC members attended the CO9to25 Youth Summit in Denver. We spent the day listening to guest speakers and setting ART Goals. We learned various ways to make and stick with our goals.

Teen Council at the CO9to25 Youth Summit


For more information on the Steamboat Springs Teen Council and to check out the High School Friday Night Events, like us on Facebook at www.facebook/ssteencouncil


STEAMBOAT SPRINGS TEEN COUNCIL ANNUAL REPORTS:


CONTACT INFORMATION


If you have questions or would like more information about the Steamboat Springs Teen Council, please contact:

Stephanie Seiden - Recreation Specialist - Teen Programs
 | 970-871-7056