Students entering grades one through six will get a chance to spend a week this summer exploring, building, and problem solving.
The Camp Invention Geo-Quest program will be held in the North Boone School District during the week of June 10. The students will use the subjects of science, technology, engineering, and math to uncover hidden messages and investigate natural wonders of the world.They will also work in teams to find solutions to challenges given to them by kids around the world.
The camp will be directed by Becky Giesecke and Cindy Maten at Poplar Grove Elementary School. Registration is $220, but if you register on or before March 28, you can receive $25 off. For more information, visit www.campinvention.org.
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