Free Elementary STEM summer camp offered

Registration is open for two summer science, technology, engineering and math camps targeting outgoing fourth- and fifth-graders. The STEM camps are free, and meant to increase Summit’s youth’s interest in STEM careers. Camps are located at Dillon Valley Elementary. Karl Topper of DVE will lead the STEM programs with a focus on engineering, which will include rockets and building programmable models, such as drumming monkeys, soccer players & dancing birds.Camps run from 1-5 p.m. June 18-21 and 25-28. The first is open to all fourth- and fifth-graders; the second is a girls’ camp. Registration forms are available at Dillon Valley Elementary, or contact Karl Topper to insure a spot at (970) 368-1020.

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