Calling all superheroes to ‘Science Saves the Day’ SCORE camp
This year’s SCORE (Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences) camp, June 12-16, is a call to all superheroes and side kicks.
The theme: Science Saves the Day.
The mission: Learn and experience as much as possible from visiting presenters Wild Life Encounters, Mad Science, CAPOW (Chemistry & Physics On Wheels) and AmeriHeart & AmeriBrain by Interactive Exhibits and various interactive and hands on experiments.
In preparation for the super hero themed science camp, some of the team members from Mad Science came out to get a feel for the area.
“They are so super excited, they have never been out of Colorado. They toured the school and Cox’s Ponds and were excited to see how wide open, beautiful and green it was,” said Kim Spady, one of the three SCORE coordinators.
Currently, every age group has reached its maximum number of students. However, people are still encouraged to register.
“I would still tell people to register. You just never know, we might have a kid call in sick or someone might have some sort of family emergency,” said Charlesa Kline, another coordinator of the camp.
When registering online at www.scorecamp.com, coordinators suggest choosing the pay by check option. If there is an open spot, camper’s parents/guardians will receive a phone call with further information/instruction.
Campers have been registered in the grade they were in during the 2016-17 school year.
Every registered camper must attend final registration day at Chase County Schools (CCS) on Monday, June 5, to receive their t-shirt, lunch cooler, water bottle and schedule anytime between 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If participants are unable to attend final registration contact Linda Lakey at 308-882-8869 or email@example.com to make other arrangements.
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