Welcome to CAST!

The Colorado Association of Science Teachers' goal is to support, stimulate, and improve science education for students of all ages in Colorado. Please keep in touch with CAST through this website and the social media listed below.  

Elnore Grow, Kathy Rosborough (Region 1), DMNS Educator Night, 9/23/19
Kathy Rosborough (Region 1), DMNS Educator Night, 9/23/19
Kathy Rosborough, Greta Glugoski-Sharp (both Region 1), DMNS Educator Night, 9/23/19
CAST Table, EdTech Summit, April, 2019
CAST Board Social (Zoom) 6/12/2020, night before board meeting
Colorado Science Conference, 11/8/19 Celebrating the Periodic Table in Cupcakes!
Lee Marek, Guest Speaker, CSC 11/8/19
Randi (Rural Scholarship Recipient), Jamie Seabolt (President-Elect), CSC 11/8/19
Ryan Johnson (President), Brenda Holmes-Stanciu (AVS Award), CSC 11/8/19
Ryan Johnson (President), Kerry Adams (Rural Scholarship Recipient), Jamie Seabolt (President-Elect), CSC 11/8/19
Sandy Smith (Treasurer), CSC 11/8/19

CAST NEWS


The 2020 Colorado Science Conference will be virtual this year.

Save the date:  Saturday, November 14 from 9 AM to 4 PM.

Recertification credit will be available.

For more information or to submit a proposal for presenting (due July 29, 2020), go to:

Colorado Science Conference

The keynote speakers this year will be

Dr. Tyler Lyson and Dr. Ian Miller from Denver Museum of Nature & Science

After the Asteroid: Colorado Discovery that Rocked the World

Sixty-six million years ago a 6 mile wide asteroid slammed into Earth and caused the extinction of more than 75% of life on Earth, including the dinosaurs. This was the single worst day for life on Earth. How and when life rebounded in the aftermath of the extinction has been shrouded in mystery due to a poor fossil record. An extraordinary new discovery east of Colorado Springs preserves a remarkably complete fossil record with entire fossil mammals, turtles, crocodiles, and plants and paints a vivid picture of how life rebounded after Earth’s darkest hour. 


Congratulations

to the WINNERS of our Fourth Quarterly Classroom Materials Drawing! 

Each winner will receive an $80 gift certificate to either the Science Supply Store or NSTA. 

Teresa Johnson Region I

Lisa Mussi Region II

Did you know...

A group of science teachers first met to organize CAST in April of 1957.  Over 100 teachers met and the dues were $1.  


       CAST MEMBERS...


 

📌 Make sure to check out all the Professional Development Opportunities and CAST award winners.

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2019 CAST Constitution and By-Laws 

2019 CAST SOPS


CAST Board Ramblings

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Why Join CAST? 

You'll find lots of reasons to join our statewide network of science educators. As a member, you'll have access to resources for professional development, opportunities for networking, CAST-specific awards and grants, and discounts with our friends of CAST. 

For more details or to join, view the "Membership" page 

👏  A very special thank you to Cherie Wyatt 

         for managing the CAST Facebook page!


Friends of CAST

Please click on any of the logos below to explore the websites of these important organizations!

Attention - Colorado Science Organizations - If YOU would like to become a Friend of CAST, please click the link below to check out our current MOU agreement template.  If this looks appealing, then feel free to contact* a Board Member to set up an agreement OR follow the link to fill out the online form.  (*see Contact tab at the top of this page)

CAST MOU Template

CAST MOU Agreement - Online Form









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