Learning Under the Sun (LUS) is a summer science enrichment program for students entering grades 4–8. It is June 4 – 15 with an overnight experience on June 14th. The theme for the 2018 LUS program is “Rediscovering Indiana using High Tech and Low-Tech Devices”. Total Cost is $245.00. Daily Camp Hours are 7:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Nora Elementary School. For additional information please contact Mike Pomerenke at 317-446-3475 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will continue to use new technology. We will be working with a SKYPE Master and communicating with schools and scientists in Indiana and other countries. We will visit the IMA, the Indianapolis Speedway, Turkey Run State Park, Minnetrista, Columbian Zoo, Purdue University and much more.
Our overnight will be on June 14th where we will visit Clifty Falls State Park and spend the night at Hanover College. Swimming, hiking, and enjoying working with a naturalist are all part of the overnight experience, plus a surprise!
Please compete the following items for registration and permission:
See full list of summer programs here: www.msdwt.k12.in.us/category/summer-programs