Eureka Elementary to host STREAM camp
Published 9:19 am Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Eureka Elementary School will host a free enrichment summer camp on June 6-10.
Eureka’s STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art and Math) Camp is designed to place an emphasis on enrichment activities, books and projects within specific areas of study, according to the school.
“The STREAM Camp is an exciting opportunity for children in grades K-5 at Eureka and Phenix to participate in for a week,” said School Superintendent Nancy Leonard.
“We have had an excellent response to the camp. Currently, we have approximately 200 children who are signed up to attend.”
There is no cost to attend the camp, and breakfast and lunch will be provided for free for all students at Central Middle School (CMS).
Leonard said students from Phenix Elementary are invited to attend the camp in addition to Eureka’s students.
“Because Phenix Elementary is going to be having significant maintenance work and walkway cover construction going on this summer, Phenix will be unable to host summer school,” Leonard said.
“The Phenix Elementary children are invited to attend the STREAM Camp at Eureka so the children will not have to miss out on the fun and learning this summer.”
According to the school, any car riders wanting to eat breakfast should be dropped off at 8:30 a.m. at CMS.
Transportation will be provided from CMS to Eureka for camp activities, including lunch.
Eureka’s STREAM Camp will run from 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. each day.
Dropoff time for car riders at Eureka is 8:30 a.m.