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It’s been a short but super Week 2 with D-E 360° Summer Connections (SC) 2019!
Below are Week 2 highlights of our campers’ experiences within our Enrichment, Immersive, and Discoveries & Adventures and Junior Summer Day Camp programs.
Please note: SC 2019 is NOT in session on Thursday, July 4, and Friday, July 5, 2019. We wish all our families a fantastic 4th of July holiday weekend, and we look forward to welcoming you back on Monday, July 8, to “Learn Boldly” with D-E 360° this summer!
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Enrichment & Immersive Highlights
Through the Enrichment Program at D-E 360°, campers have the opportunity to choose classes from a wide variety of options. Some classes are all-day Immersives, where campers are given an in-depth experience like no other in a specialty of their choice. For campers looking for more variety in their day, they are able to pick three classes with roots in athletics, arts, or STEM.
Leadership & Community Service
Campers who are interested in learning how to be better communicators, build a team, public speaking, and effective leadership skills are getting a charge out of our Leadership & Community Service Immersive! In addition to character-building workshops, these Immersive campers enjoy hands-on field trips focused on local service projects, such as the Bergen Family Center, and are awarded community service hours. On the last day of each week, a local leader is invited to share their experiences with the students. Ultimately these campers will be more empowered to make a positive difference in their schools, clubs, and communities.
Coding with Raspberry Pi
Coding with Raspberry Pi brought campers into a whole new world through a familiar game, Minecraft. By using the Raspberry Pi, a $35 dollar computer, campers learned the basics of Linux and how to build “mods” in Python. They worked in pairs to create their worlds using the coding techniques they learned.
Intro to Dissection
This week, campers learned the basics of how to perform autopsies and dissections. They practiced how to use scalpels, probes, forceps, and tweezers properly when dissecting. They got to dissect cow eyes and investigate the death of a mystery creature.
Campers were given an overview of basic martial arts techniques, both disciplinary and creative. They also had the opportunity to break off and do some team building games.
Comic Book Illustrations
In Comic Book Illustrations, campers learned how to tell stories in a comic book style, and were encouraged to explore their creativity by drawing detailed comic book characters and writing out backstories. Campers designed their superheroes and made an opposing villain who could aptly challenge the heroes.
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