Incoming kindergarten through sixth grade students will learn creative problem solving, teamwork, entrepreneurship and innovation through hands-on learning.
Registration is now available for Camp Invention, a summer camp for incoming kindergarten through sixth grade students, which teaches creative problem solving, teamwork, entrepreneurship and innovation through hands-on learning.
The camp is from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. June 12-16 at Westwind Elementary, located at 6401 43rd St. in Lubbock.
The camp will be directed by Frenship’s Jessica Ball, a fifth grade teacher at Crestview Elementary.
The total cost of the camp is $225, and parents can register their child/children online at www.campinvention.org or by phone at (800) 968-4332.
Those who register before March 20 can receive a $25 discount by using the promo code “DISCOVER25.”
For any questions about Camp Invention, contact Sarah Burleson, science coordinator for the district, at [email protected].