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1Pre-K
MESS Makers: Kindergarten Success Camp
For students entering Kindergarten in August 2021 - Students will spend much of the morning outside enjoying Marvelous Explorations Through Science and Stories (MESS). They're sure to have fun as they explore our natural world through structured outdoor centers, free-play, and read-alouds! June 7-24M-TH8-11Adams
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1KOut of This WorldStudents will explore planets and outerspace components in this fun, engaging session. It's going to be out of this world!June 7-24M-TH8-11Adams
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1KBake It 'til You Make ItStudents will get to learn life skills and the art and science of baking with this hands-on opportunity!June 7-24M-TH8-11Adams
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1KOh, The Places You'll GoStudents will fly into the future via career exploration. They'll learn about career possibilities within our community and beyond.June 7-24M-TH8-11Adams
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11-2Good GrowingStudents will focus on plants, gardening, and the natural world around them.June 7-24M-TH8-11Roosevelt
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11-2PlaygineeringIn this architecture and construction-themed session, students will learn to design and construct...June 7-24M-TH8-11Roosevelt
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11-2Get Out CampThe joy of the outdoors is something all students can benefit from. Students will design an outdoor classroom that will include a budget, a list of resources needed and, most importantly, ideas and ideal activities for this special classroom. June 7-24M-TH8-11Roosevelt
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11-2Water, Water, Water!Water exploration is what this is all about. Explore all the potential made possible by water whether for fun, for power, or for hydration of our bodies. June 7-24M-TH8-11Roosevelt
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11-2Shark Tank SuperstoreHave a little entrepreneur at home? This is the session for them! Students will learn about the world of business as they design, market, and "sell" a product in their class-made superstore!June 7-24M-TH8-11Roosevelt
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11-2Off the Hook FishingFishing is a lifetime sport for all ages which can be done in most public areas, such as ponds, rivers, lakes, and even deep sea. Students will learn how adventure and education can create lifetime memories.June 7-24M-TH8-11Roosevelt
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13-4Adventure Seeking with National ParksStudents will plan a road trip adventure to a national park to discover which one would be the best vacation destination. In this project, students will create a realistic budget for their vacation and publish brochures of the national park.June 7-24M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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13-4Code DojoStudents have become so immersed in technology ranging from watching television at home or successfully completing assignments for school. But do they really understand everything that goes in to making these programs running smoothly? This summer, immerse yourself in the world of technology! Learn all the ins and outs,how far we have come, where we are at, and how the future looks! Learn the different elements that go into creating computer programs and explore creating your own!June 7-24M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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13-4Walk on the Wild SideExplore the wild world of animals while gaining an appreciation for our natural world through activities and experiences. June 7-24M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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13-4Positivity CampLife is stressful, even before the pandemic. Utilize the power of positivity isnd help it spread into your life, into our community, and into the world. June 7-24M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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13-4MAKE MusicDesigning and making a musical instrumentJune 7-24M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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1K-4Greenbush Mobile STREAM LabThis 3-day camp features energetic, engaging, and hands-on activities focused on engineering and design principles as well as coding and robotics.June 8-10T-TH9-3Middle School
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2Pre-K
MESS Makers: Kindergarten Success Camp
For students entering Kindergarten in August 2021 - Students will spend much of the morning outside enjoying Marvelous Explorations Through Science and Stories (MESS). They're sure to have fun as they explore water through structured outdoor centers, free-play, and read-alouds! July 12-29M-TH8-11Adams
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2KBake It 'til You Make ItStudents will get to learn life skills and the art and science of baking with this hands-on opportunity!July 12-29M-TH8-11Adams
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2KOh, The Places You'll GoStudents will will fly into the future via career exploration. They'll learn about career possibilities within our community and beyond.July 12-29M-TH8-11Adams
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2KGet Out CampThe joy of the outdoors is something all students can benefit from. Students will design an outdoor classroom that will include a budget, a list of resources needed and, most importantly, ideas and ideal activities for this special classroom. July 12-29M-TH8-11Adams
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21-2Good GrowingStudents will focus on plants, gardening, and the natural world around them.July 12-29M-TH8-11Roosevelt
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21-2PlaygineeringConstruction camp is great for students who like to work with their hands to create things. Students will design and engineer a design, then construct it. July 12-29M-TH8-11Roosevelt
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Building Community Lego Brick by Lego Brick
Learn about engineering and have some hands-on fun by applying real-world STEM concepts as students build their own creations. July 12-29M-TH8-11Roosevelt
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21-2Off the Hook FishingFishing is a lifetime sport for all ages which can be done in most public areas, such as ponds, rivers, lakes, and even deep sea. Students will learn how adventure and education can create lifetime memories.July 12-29M-TH8-11Roosevelt
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23-4Code DojoStudents have become so immersed in technology ranging from watching television at home or successfully completing assignments for school. But do they really understand everything that goes in to making these programs running smoothly? This summer, immerse yourself in the world of technology! Learn all the ins and outs,how far we have come, where we are at, and how the future looks! Learn the different elements that go into creating computer programs and explore creating your own!July 12-29M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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23-4Walk on the Wild SideExplore the wild world of animals while gaining an appreciation for our natural world through activities and experiences. July 12-29M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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23-4Adventure Seeking with National ParksStudents will plan a road trip adventure to a national park to discover which one would be the best vacation destiny. In this project, students will create a realistic budget for their vacation and publish brochures of the national park.July 12-29M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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23-4Positivity CampLife is stressful, even before the pandemic. Utilize the power of positivity isnd help it spread into your life, into our community, and into the world. July 12-29M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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23-4Kickin' It KayakingKayaking is a new sport to our area. Discover facts and specifics about the sport, plan your own trip to a local waterway, and be ready to take control of your paddle when given the opportunity.July 12-29M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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23-4Newton's Laws of Motion Put in MotionStudents will explore Sir Isaac Newton and his three laws of motion with hands-on activities and experiments.July 12-29M-TH8-11Frances Willard
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Disclaimer: Classes are subject to change based on enrollment.