STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue (communication skills), critical thinking, creativity, and collaborative learning.
STEAM education helps students from different perspectives to understand the link between different disciplines to improve their comprehensive use of knowledge to solve practical problems.
Aldine ISD is offering a free, four-day Summer STEAM Camp open to current second-, third-, fourth-, fifth-, sixth-, and seventh-grade students. Due to space, 300 is the maximum number of students accepted into the camp. Organizers will fill seats on a first to apply, first to serve basis.
The District will provide shuttle service each day of the camp. Parents using the shuttle service will need to drop off campers at strategic points. These strategic locations are Cypresswood Elementary, Greenspoint Elementary, Orange Grove Elementary, Goodman Elementary, and Wilson Elementary. District buses will pick up and drop off students at these pick-up/drop-off sites.
Go online to apply (click here). The deadline to apply is May 30, 2019. Parents will be notified by June 7 through the Remind Notification System if the child is selected for the STEAM Summer Camp.
For more information, contact Olivia Boatner at [email protected] or by phone at (281) 985-6559.
Aldine ISD teachers will lead the lessons and activities during the camp. Students will have fun working and playing during hands-on, student-centered activities.
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