CaveSim is based in Colorado, but we make regular trips to Texas for school and general-public programs. Our school programs are aligned with Texas education standards (TEKS), as outlined in the documents below. Please click below to see what each part of our program looks like:
We've had the privileged of doing some truly wonderful programs in Texas, as shown by the photos below. We're excited about working with you, too. Reach out to Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org to talk about how we can partner with you.
Hands-on math at the Doris Miller Rec Center in Austin. Students and staff measure the CaveSim squeezebox, with the big cave trailer in the background. Photo by Austin PARD staff, October 2018.
Students at Austin High School had fun learning hydro-geology and cave biology during their trips through CaveSim, and physics on the 12' A-frame. Photos by Elise Gonzalez, Austin HS, February 2018.
Students at McCallum HS get ready to ascend the CaveSim tower with help from CaveSim staff member Mary Hicks. Photo by Edward Johnson, MacJournalism, McCallum HS.
Austin Rec Center participants learn about pulleys, forces, and mechanical advantage on the 12' CaveSim A-frame at an October 2018 program at the Doris Miller Rec Center. Photo by Austin PARD staff, October 2018.
Kids and adults learn karst topography and chemistry from Dave Jackson (in red) during an October 2018 program at the Doris Miller Rec Center. Photo by Austin PARD staff, October 2018.
Kids have fun learning teamwork while carrying a fellow student in the CaveSim rescue stretcher at Brentwood Elementary (AISD). Photo by Theresa Wood, teacher at Brentwood, February 2018.
A student at McCallum HS competes with classmates to see who can fit through the tightest squeeze. Photo by MacJournalism staff.
An Austin HS football player gets ready to ride in the cave rescue stretcher (Sked) during a 2018 program. Photo by Elise Gonzalez, Austin HS teacher.
Above, student art at Cowan Elementary school after our October 2019 program. Photo credit: Alissa Williams, 4th grade teacher.