2013 Summer Programs
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMP
Science Camp 9:00-12:00
Tech Camp 1:00-4:00
June 17th -19th and again July 8th -10th
$75 a session or $160 for both sessions and lunch
For students in grades 2nd – 6th
All sessions will be held in the Lee-Scott Art Room.
Instructed by Juli Clardy and Emily Meador
Science camp combines fun with learning. Alabama Science objectives are reinforced as students complete "hands-on" activities from beginning to end. Experiments will be conducted both inside and outside the classroom. Campers will come home wanting to perform their amazing experiments for the family.
The hands-on technology camp will utilize our mobile Mac lab and ipad carts. It will give students hands on experience using a variety of ipad apps, basic ipad skills, and various programs on the MacBooks. Students will create projects using StoryKit, iMovie, and much, much more. This camp is sure to boost their technology skills, as well as their creativity.
There is no deadline for registration, but due to space limitations, registration will be closed once the sessions have reached maximum capacity. Since last year's camp filled so quickly and we had a waiting list, we opened a second session this July hoping to accomodate more students.
Please click here for the registration form.
A.C.T. IMPROVEMENT, A SUMMER SESSION - 7TH – 12TH GRADES
Detailed Instruction: The English Test: 75 questions/45 minutes
The Reading Test: 40 questions/35 minutes
When: 18 June 2013 – 18 July 2013 (5 weeks)
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Where: Lee-Scott Academy, Room 428
Instructor: Mr. Fletcher (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Registration Deadline: 10 June 2013.
ANY STUDENT FROM ANY SCHOOL IS WELCOME!
Attendance: A class missed on Tuesday may be made up on the following Thursday at 8:30; a class missed on Thursday may be made up on the following Tuesday at 8:30. Just let me know that you are going to arrive early.
Cost: $500 (Make checks payable to: Leon P. Fletcher, 290 St. James Drive, Auburn, Alabama 3683)
Objective: To raise scores—but not just one or two or three points. This is a serious class, one designed to teach an understanding of every principle on the English Test. Yes, practice will help a score, but practice with detailed instruction on the ones missed will greatly improve the initial score.
Requirements: Notebook, pens, pencils, and an enthusiastic willingness.
Responsibilities: Ask questions. Demand to understand.
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