Starting a New Tradition…Science Camp!

Back Row- Josh Roberts, Aidan Knight, Krista Tedrow, Addison Wells, Mr. Bone Jangles, Audrie Hardin, Jordyn Gonzalez, Noah McSpadden, Zachary Giles, Noah Ford
Middle- Brandon Moon, Shae Lewellyn, Karson Nance, Emmie Hardin, Carter Elliott, Dillion Dickey, Alex Apple
Front- Abyela Cruz, Kyle Johnson, Koby Durbin, Shawna Phegley, Marcus Stroud, Jaden Kameda, Elijah Smetzer

This past week, on March 12, 13 and 15, Laurie Jo Andry’s Biology 2 class participated in Science Camp. Science Camp was an after-school event that lasted two hours each day so fourth, fifth and sixth graders could do some hand-on lessons about science.

“In Science Camp, the Biology students are the camp leaders, and the elementary students are the “campers,” said Andry. “Science Camp was designed to show the kids how much fun science can be.”

It was also to help the elementary and high school students learn something beneficial.

“It was designed so that the elementary students could learn some cool concepts of science,” said Andry, “It was also to benefit to high-school kids. As any teacher will tell you, you really learn something new when you talk to someone else about it.”

Science Camp was a big success for the students. Hopefully Andry and her students will continue their Camp next year so that even more kids can have fun with science.


Info by Emma Walker, Photo and names by Brooklyn Dotts and Ethan Wells