Four Day Class: (ages 13-19)
February 10-13, 2014
Mon: 1pm - 5pm
Tue - Thu: 8:45am - 3pm
First Time Students: $240
Returning Students: $200
Host housing may be available
Please contact your State Coordinator
Class Director: Dale Stewart
Political Communication Workshop: (ages 13-19)
February 14, 2014
10am - 4pm
($40 with Four Day Class Purchase)
One Day Class: (ages 8-12)
February 14, 2014
10am - 4pm
First Child: $40
Where to Meet
The Four Day Class will meet in the Herschler Building, Room 1699. Please arrive by 12:45pm on Monday. The class will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday in the Hathaway Building, Room B24. Class on Thursday will be held in Herschler building, Room 1699.
The Political Communication Workshop will meet in the Hathaway Building, Room B24. Please arrive by 9:45am on Friday.
The One Day Class will in the Herschler Building, Room 1199. Please arrive by 9:45am on Friday.
What to Bring
To the Capitol:
- Your completed homework with your name on each page
- Lunch money ($5 per lunch – please bring cash to registration) or a bagged lunch
- A Bible, notebook and pen
- Please review our dress code before attending the class
What NOT to Bring:
- Any sort of knife or firearm
- CD players, iPods, etc.
Limited metered parking is available on side streets near the Capitol; additional parking lots are available nearby. The top floor of the parking garage west of the Capitol is open to the public. Please allow plenty of time to find parking.
Limited host housing is available for students attending TeenPact from outside the Cheyenne area. If you are in need of housing or are willing to host students, please contact GraceAnn Westfahl at email@example.com
In addition to the time at the Capitol, TeenPact offers evening sessions that give students the opportunity to relax and fellowship with like-minded peers in a more casual environment. Students play games, participate in small groups, play Ultimate Frisbee, enjoy a time of worship, and are challenged by a message from the Class Director. Evening sessions are an integral part of the TeenPact experience, allowing students to combine the academic emphasis at the Capitol with a spiritual focus on students’ relationships with God and one another.
TeenPact Wyoming families and students join together each year for dinner prior to the evening sessions, with the goal of making the evening meal convenient for everyone, keeping the costs down for families, and building memories together. To do this, we divide the state into three regions, each region being responsible for one evening meal.
Each region is headed up by a parent or group of parents that will work with the rest of their group to plan the meal. Families are not required to contribute to a meal, but we’ve found that many hands make light work. Also, please don’t feel pressured to be in Cheyenne for your night. There will be people to make the final preparations. If you are in Cheyenne, we would love to have your help any night.
Evening sessions are optional and are offered at no additional cost. Please check back for more information. We look forward to seeing you there!