The Clark County Migrant Education Program held another enriching and delightful summer educational program this year! The program was hosted at Campbell Jr. High School, and the camp's theme this year was "Safari". Students enjoyed studying animals, their habitats, the environments, and much more. They studied Science, Reading, Social Studies, and Math as they explored the many ways one can learn on a Safari.
To view a photo album of some of the events in which they participated, please click here.
This year's summer camp teachers were Mrs. Rachel Click, Mrs. Alisha Smith, and Mrs. Sara Davis; many wonderful volunteers and community members also helped out the campers, too, including Ainsley Yates, Bryce Stephens, Ed Boss, Shirley Sturgill, and Brittany Rawlings.
Some of the program's activities included:
- Story Time with Mrs. Wendy O’Connor of the Clark County Library
- Writing and Art Class hosted by Mr. John Maruskin and Mr. Caleb Diederich of the Clark County Library
- Healthy Cooking classes hosted by Mrs. Sandy Kennedy of the U.K. Cooperative Extension Office
- Robotics class and field trip to the Explorium Children’s Museum
- Attendance at the Clark County Library hosted "Fun Show"
- Enrichment classes at the Rowland Arts Center with Mr. Joseph Miller
- Educational field trips to Created by You Pottery and Lake Reba Aquatic Center
- Several students also attended: U.K.’s annual STEM camp, Latino Leadership and College Experience Camp, Exceptional Artist Camp, Centre College Soccer Camp, and College and Career Day at BCTC