Dinosaurs, water, careers, critters, exploration and adventures. What do they all have in common? Summer Daycamps of course! In partnership with the Cass County Conservation Board, we are offering three day camps for youth in grades K-2, 3-5 and grades 6-8.
Just because it's winter doesn't mean your children can't have fun at camp! Give them something to do on a no-school-day by registering them for Polar Bear Day Camp. The Polar Bear Day Camp is being sponsored by the Cass County Conservation Board and Cass County ISU Extension.
How does sinking and floating work? What makes submarines able to go way down deep into the ocean? Youth who attend this hands-on daycamp will explore this and many other items releated to submersibles.
This is a day of fun, interactive activities for grades 3-5.
What can you build from a box of junk? A STEM event for all local 3rd-8th graders on Thursday, June 26 will let youth build, design and discover. The STEM at Work day camp will be at the Cass County Community Center in Atlantic and will include a variety of hands-on science focused activities. Youth will be inventive and plan to create a robot from a box of junk, design a pinball game and explore environmental science.