CTE STEM Camp at Destin MS
Updated 6.25.19 - Monday, June 24th was the kick-off for the Career and Technical Education Free Summer Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Camp for rising 5th graders being held at Destin Middle School. "The day was a huge success; fun and learning was had by all," said David Johnson, Career and Technical Teacher on Special Assignment. Representative Mel Ponder, Linda Sumblin, and Principal Joe Jannazo visited the classrooms to encourage the students about the importance of the STEM curriculum. Look for more exciting details as the week unfolds.
Original Article 6.12.19 - Explore! Build! Create! That is what is in store at this summer's FREE STEM Camp hosted by the Career and Technical Education Department and the Gulf Power Foundation!
The STEM Camp is open to the FIRST 24 students who register.
Open to students who will be in the 5th grade for the 2019 - 2020 school year
Curious explorers will build creative, problem-solving and STEM skills with different activities throughout the camp. We mix day camp fun with hands-on projects in science, art, and outdoors!
Snack and juice box will be provided each day. Participants will also receive a FREE t-shirt!
June 24 - 27
8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Destin Middle School
4608 Legendary Marina Drive
Destin, Florida 32541
For more information, call 850-833-7655
Sponsored by Gulf Power Foundation, OCSD Career and Technical Education, and the Consortium of Florida Education Foundations