CENTER VALLEY, Pa. — Penn State Lehigh Valley has announced its 2019 Summer Camps, which include a variety of options for elementary, middle and high school students, and registration is now open for all camp offerings.
Two sessions of week-long summer day camps will run July 8-19 at the Penn State Lehigh Valley campus located in Center Valley. There are camps geared toward students entering grades 1-12. Offerings include writing, visual arts, LEGO engineering, math, biology, computer programming, CSI and swimming camps. Camps will be held in the morning (9 a.m.-noon) or in the afternoon (1-4 p.m.). Penn State Lehigh Valley staff will be on hand if parents require early drop-off, lunchtime supervision and/or late pick-up.
In addition, full-day camps will be offered to middle-school students from July 8-12, and pre-college program camps will be offered to provide teens entering grades 9-11 real-world experiences in Makerbotics, Civics and Genetic Investigation. These both are week-long, full-day camps.
The Makerbotics program will run from July 15-19 at Penn State Lehigh Valley. It will engage students in a design challenge using TinkerCAD software, 3D printing and Lego Robotics. Penn State faculty will be teaching this program as a practical introduction to robotic design and implementation.
For more information about camp options, cost and to register, visit lehighvalley.psu.edu/summer-youth-camps or contact Nicole Moschberger at 610-285-5239 or [email protected].
"Get the Scoop" on all camp offerings on April 3
Parents and prospective campers are invited to enjoy a scoop of Berkey Creamery ice cream while learning about the 25 writing and STEAM-related summer programs from instructors. The event will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, at the campus in Center Valley.
“We have a lot of new camps this year including Breakout PSU!, Feeling Groovy, Harry Potter, Virtual Reality (VR), 3D Printing, and Finding Your Roots Genetic Mapping camp,” said Nicole Moschberger, director of Penn State Lehigh Valley Writing Project, who is organizing the summer camps. “If you are thinking about sending your child to summer camp, we hope to see you at ‘Get the Scoop!’ where you can learn more about all of our offerings.”
This “Get the Scoop!” event is free and open to prospective campers and their parents. RSVP to Nicole Moschberger at [email protected] or 610-285-5239.
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Penn State Lehigh Valley