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Summer Science Camp for K-5 will be held at the West Central Valley High School. The WCV High School Science kids will be heading up each station the students attend. Students will have the opportunity each day for a snack between activities.
Summer Science Camp will be under the direction of Ms. Alexa Groff, WCV High School Science Teacher. The camp will give young scientists an opportunity to invent, investigation, and question with other young scientists. Growth, learning, safety, and caring are the highest priorities of the camp. What better way to spend time in the summer than going to a fun but educational science camp? The camp will provide a unique, fun, friendly, and accepting environment. Each day the students will be given the opportunity to be engaged in hands on activities appropriate for each level. I will plan each day according to the level and age of the students. Activities will include making volcanos, bridge building, balloon rockets, and more. Students will be challenged each day with creating different science structures. Each session will provide new and challenging science activities.
Please email or call Alexa Groff with any questions: email@example.com, 712-577-1721
Registration Fee is $50 per session or $120 if you attend all 3 sessions. We are also offering a family discount of $20 off per child.
Please make checks payable to: WCV Science Fair
Mail registration form and fee(s) to: WCV CSD, Attn: Alexa Groff, 3299 White Pole Rd, Stuart, IA 50250
Your child may also give their registration form and money to Mrs. Hilgers at Stuart Elementary or Mrs. Foster at Dexter Elementary. Please make sure that the money is in a sealed envelope labeled SCIENCE CAMP.
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If you are struggling or you are concerned about your son/daughter please contact Mrs. King for more information regarding services provided to WCV High School students. (515) 523-1313 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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