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The 411: Youth


Extreme Science camp in June




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Looking for something educational and fun for the kids to do this summer? Sign them up for Extreme Science, a hands-on camp geared toward children in first through fifth grades, to be held at Floresville South Elementary School at 2000 Tiger Lane.

Camp will be held Monday through Thursday with two time slots to choose from, 9 a.m. to noon or 12:30-3:30 p.m. Parents can enroll their child for one, two, or all three weeks. A schedule of weekly events is as follows:

•June 10-13: Enjoying our Earth -- Campers will create habitats, observe creepy crawlers and animals, and explore school gardens.

•June 17-20: Mixtures Mania -- Learn about physical and chemical reactions

•June 24-27: Water, Water, Everywhere -- A water adventure explaining the water cycle, the aquifer, the ocean, ocean life, and more.

The cost per week will be $65 for each child.

For more information or to make a reservation, contact Casey Pietka at 210-478-1018 or extremescience@rocketmail.com.
 

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