Camp guides young engineers, buildersThe 4-H Gateway Academy is a co-ed science and engineering day camp that provides fun and challenging projects for youth in grades 6-8.
The 4-H Gateway Academy is a co-ed science and engineering day camp that provides fun and challenging projects for youth in grades 6-8. Students experience five days of intense, fast-paced, hands-on learning at Superior High School.
Academy teachers include SHS Project Lead the Way teacher Jesse Samarziya and Tyler Ross. Students will work in teams to design and build engineering projects and learn about careers in science and engineering. The camp runs 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 9-July 13.
Free breakfast and lunch is provided and busing is available in the morning only to Superior school district students who qualify. Cost is only $50 and space is limited. Scholarships are available.
Academy registration is due by Friday. Contact Joan Wimme, Douglas County 4-H youth development educator, at (715) 395-1365 or email@example.com.