International Towne Birds-eye view

Teacher Orientations

Teachers should schedule an International Towne Teacher Orientation or watch a Refresher webinar at least two months prior to attending International Towne.  Teacher Orientations are included with the cost of program registration. Teacher Orientations – New Teachers Teachers new to the International Towne program are required to attend a Teacher Orientation.  These four-hour sessions provide critical information about the mechanics of ...
International Towne Birds-eye view

How to Register

Follow these six, easy steps to register your school for International Towne. Six Step Registration

Teacher with International Towne students

International Towne Curriculum

The International Towne curriculum includes lessons in three themes which are mapped to Colorado Content Standards and Personal Financial Literacy Standards as well as to Common Core Standards.  Included in these lessons are hands-on activities that teach in a fun, experiential way.  All of this learning prepares students for the culminating day where they will run International Towne. When you sign …

Day In Towne Photos

Day in Towne Photos We hope you enjoyed your day at International Towne! Photos and video from your day at Young AmeriTowne are now available in Dropbox.  Contact International Towne Director Evan Borg if you have any questions: eborg@yacenter.org or 303-320-3238. Thanks for participating in our programs.  We hope to see you again soon!    

International Towne Birds-eye view

Day In International Towne

Before You Arrive Teachers and students will complete most of the curriculum lessons and activities, including: A knowledge pre-test An election for Chief Justice and Captain of the Guard A vote on laws to govern the Towne A interview for each International Towne position A tour of International Towne The Day of Towne You and your students will come to …

International Towne

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