Texas State Technical College will host six summer camps the week of June 3-6, for students entering the fourth through seventh grades. Each camp will be a half-day session for four days.
Participants may choose morning, afternoon or all-day sessions. All camps will work closely with the STEM mind set of teaching science, technology, engineering and math.
Lunch is included in the full-day session. Everyone will receive a free t-shirt and goodie bags. TSTC Sweetwater’s Student Center will be the location for drop-off and pick-up.
Basic Robotics (9 a.m. to noon):
Want to build a robot? Come learn the LEGO NXT LabView programs.
Advanced Robotics (9 a.m. to noon):
Want to build a more technical robot? Come learn automating NXT robot motion.
Math Track (9 a.m. to noon):
Learn fun ways to strengthen your math skills.
Art Track (1-4 p.m.):
Build it. Sketch it. Paint it. Get creative with the arts.
Medical Track (1-4 p.m.):
Students will receive hands-on training in CPR/first aid along with tours of Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital and the Sweetwater Fire Department.
Technology Track (1-4 p.m.):
Technology at your finger tips — learn how to use iPADS and digital cameras.
The cost for a single camp is $75 (morning or afternoon). The cost for two camps is $150 (one in the morning and one in the afternoon with lunch included)
For more information, call Joni Coons at 325-668-8339 or visit TSTC's web site at http://www.tstc.edu/westtexas .