Park Hill Neighbors for Equity in Education (PHNEE) is sponsoring our 3rd Annual PHNEE Summer Passport Program this upcoming Summer 2023 for kids and families to enjoy! We’ve heard how enjoyable it has been to visit local elementary schools, business, and neighborhood landmarks for free fun and prizes. This year, we’ve added new locations and made major upgrades, with the biggest change being: the 2023 Summer Passport Program will be ALL DIGITAL!
This Summer, PHNEE is partnering with Scavos, a FREE application that is downloadable on iPhone and Android, to bring you a 100% digital scavenger hunt!
Each mission (i.e. location for the scavenger hunt) will be listed in the app and can be checked off your list when you answer a riddle or take a photo at each location. Your progress will be monitored in the app, and once you have completed all of the missions, you will be automatically entered in a raffle at the end of the Summer for free prizes.
Last years’ prizes included free tickets to the Denver Zoo, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Art Garage gift basket, and pizza gift cards; this year we plan to bring all these prizes back and many more!
To get started, either scan this QR code or click on this link.
You can walk, bike, skateboard, scoot, or drive to the locations shown on the Passport and explore key landmarks in our neighborhood.
At schools and libraries, complete the task identified on the map and check it off. At businesses, show your Scavos passport app and receive a small prize. Complete your digital Summer Passport on the Scavos app by Friday, August 18 to be entered in a drawing for Grand Prizes!
Let’s get to know the richness of all that Greater Park Hill has to offer! You must be 13+ years or older to create a Scavos account; we encourage you to get a parent or legal guardian to create an account for each child participant. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Summer Passport Project is sponsored by Park Hill Neighbors for Equity in Education (PHNEE.org), a group of engaged parents and community members working to ensure that all students attending our neighborhood elementary schools get a quality education.
PHNEE brings together the time, talent, and resources of the entire Greater Park Hill community to improve equity in our neighborhood schools through community building activities, policy changes, and a Fund to provide resources to equitably address the greatest needs in each school. You can donate here – choose “PHNEE – One Park Hill Fund” from the dropdown.
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