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SessionGrade LevelCamp NameSession Theme/DescriptionDatesDaysTimesLocation
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18-11Space ExplorationStudents will explore stars, galaxies, and space!June 7-18M-F11:30-2:30High School
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18-11RocketryStudents will explore the basic physics of rockets while building and launching different types of rockets.June 7-18M-F8-11High School
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18-11Welding ProcessesStudents explore and practice welding and brazing techniques not covered in Welding 1 or 2. Including Tig, Metal Art and CNC programming. Students will receive instruction in person and via video. Students will review shop safety prior to 1st session (Last week of May, 1st week of June). June 7-18M-F11:30-2:30High School
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18-11Stained Glass 101Students will learn the ins and outs of creating stained glass projects using the copper foil method. They will complete a small project by the end of this fun, hands-on course. June 7-18M-F8-11High School
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18-11Sewing for FunIn this course, students will be able to provide their own project to work on and also learn basic sewing machine operation, techniques, and necessary tools and terminology to put together a full sewing kit. June 7-18M-F8-11High School
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18-11Forensic ScienceStudents will learn the different techniques of collecting forensic evidence. (This is for students who aren't planning to take the regular forensic class.)June 7-18M-F11:30-2:30High School
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19-11Credit RecoveryPlease contact your High School Counselor for more info.High School
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28-11Yearbook Media and ProductionOnline Journalism Conference
Rocky Mountain Journalism Camp
Students will work with a specialized adviser to plan and design the ladder and theme of the upcoming yearbook.
Students will also be able to join breakout sessions that cover a wide range of journalism topics such as photography, graphic design, copywriting, and more!
June 21-July 2M-F8-3High School
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28-11RocketryStudents will explore the basic physics of rockets while building and launching different types of rockets.June 21-July 2M-F8-11High School
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28-11Sewing for FunIn this course, students will be able to provide their own project to work on and also learn basic sewing machine operation, techniques, and necessary tools and terminology to put together a full sewing kit. June 21-July 2M-F8-11High School
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28-11History by FilmStudents will view and analyze a number of films representing significant events in history. The primary focus will be on three connections between film and history: films as a reflection of the time during which the film was made, film as “window to the past”, and a recreation of past events and the methods used to create historical films.June 21-July 2M-F8-11High School
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28-11Ecology Case StudyStudents will visit ecosystems in the Ark City area to collect ecological data and formulate a final project.June 21-July 2M-F8-11High School
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25-11BandPlease contact chris.vangilder@usd470.com for more info.July 12-30M-F11:30-2:30Middle School
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29-11Credit RecoveryPlease contact your High School Counselor for more info.High School
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38-11Woodworking: Intro to TechThis course will allow students to build a project of his/her choice. This class is meant to enrich the abilities of students woodworking skills. Also available to intro level to students who wish to explore his/her skills and get the base knowledge of operating the machines. July 12-23M-F8-3High School
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38-11Arklight BootcampProvide students the opportunity to review the basics and learn about new trends in journalism, especially in the areas of writing, design, photography, leadership, and advertising as we prepare for a new year and reboot production of the school newspaper.July 12-23M-F11:30-2:30High School
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38-11Sewing for FunIn this course students will be able to provide their own project to work on and also learn basic machine operation, basic sewing techniques, and necessary tools and terminology to put together a full sewing kit. July 12-23M-F8-11High School
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38-11Forensic ScienceStudents would learn the different techniques of collecting forensic evidence. (This would be. for students who aren't planning to take the forensic class, or recovering credit for students who were already in forensics)July 12-23M-F11:30-2:30High School
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38-11History by FilmStudents will view and analyze a number of films representing significant events in history. The primary focus will be on three connections between film and history: films as a reflection of the time during which the film was made, film as “window to the past”, and a recreation of past events and the methods used to create historical films.July 12-23M-F8-11High School
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Greenbush Moble STREAM Lab
This 3-day camp features energetic, engaging, and hands-on activities focused on engineering, art, and design as well as programming, coding, and robotics.July 13-15T-TH9-3Jefferson
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39-11Credit RecoveryPlease contact your High School Counselor for more info.High School
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Disclaimer: Classes are subject to change based on enrollment.