Summer Conferences, Educational and Sport CampsHosted at the Trine University – Tri–State Campus.
+ Kids Cooking Camp
A two–day class with Chef Jill Noyes. Budding gourmets will try their hands at American regional cooking while learning food safety, basic recipe reading and the efficient and safe use of the knife. The cost is $80, and include′s a kid–cooked lunch for both days. Parents are welcome to attend. Chef Noyes will supply knives for students to use each day, and participants need to bring an apron and a hat –ball caps are fine.
When: July 1 and 2, 9 A.M. to noon
Who: Grades 4-8
+ Lego Summer Camp (June and July 2009)
This hands-on course exposes your child to basic robotics via LEGO® MINDSTORMS®. This program is a great way to cultivate an interest in technology and science in your young student. By starting out with what is referred to as a programmable brick and adding to it wheels, gears, levers, and pulleys; students will learn how to build simple machines and mechanisms. This is a excellent way for your child to spend part of the summer learning teamwork and problem solving skills through robotics.
When: June and July sessions
Who: Ages 6-9 and 10-12
+ B.E.S.T. Camp
When: June 15-19, 2009
What: Engineering, Science and Technology
Who: Sixth – Eighth Grade
Contact: Sue Baker – 260.665.4231, or e-mail me
+ ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camps
When: July 12-24, 2009
Who: Any students entering grades 6, 7, or 8 in the Fall of 2009, who meet the residency requirements.
Contact: Kelly Stout – 260.665.4307, or e-mail me
+ Wing T Football camp
When: June 13-14, 2009
+ Trine Basketball Camp
When: July 19 – 23, 2009
Contact: Rob Harmon – 260.665.4149, or e-mail me