Register today for Fort Hays State University’s science and math children’s summer camps.

Selling Out: The Science and Mathematics Education Institute’s Summer Camps for Grades Four Through Eight

The Science and Mathematics Education Institute (SMEI) at Fort Hays State University is offering summer camps for students in grades four through eight. These camps are becoming increasingly popular and are filling up quickly, with a maximum of two camps allowed per student.

The camps run for four days a week, from Monday to Thursday, and each session lasts for three hours. There are morning camps from 9 a.m. to noon and afternoon camps from 1 to 4 p.m. Camps cover a range of STEM topics and hands-on activities.

Some of the camps offered this year include Main Street Math Camp for grades four through six, A Sense of Place: Designing for Folklore and Fairytale Camp for grades five through eight, Camp North Star for grades five through seven, and specialized robotics camps for different grade levels.

The registration fee for each camp is $70, and the deadline to register is Friday, May 3. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, with a limit of two camps per student. For more information about the summer camps or to register, contact Cari Rohleder at 785.628.4743 or via email at [email protected]. Registration brochures and additional information can be found on the SMEI website

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