Students use STEM concepts to invent at summer camp


Elementary students across 10 campuses used science, technology, engineering and math to create, explore and invent during the weeklong summer enrichment program Camp Invention.

Ignacio Zaragoza Elementary, featured in the photo gallery above, participated in the camp for the third year. Cesar Reyes, Zaragoza Elementary instructional coach, said students ages 7 to 12 are learned to collaborate with one another and welcomed peer imagination.

Other schools that participated in Camp Invention were John Quincy Adams Elementary, Felix Botello Elementary, Federick Douglass Elementary, H.I. Holland Elementary at Lisbon, Clara Oliver Elementary, Thelma Elizabeth Page Richardson Elementary, Oran M. Roberts Elementary, Clinton P. Russell Elementary and Urban Park Elementary.

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