Summer is here but the learning shouldn't stop for those students who are on break -- at least not on United Way's watch! That's why United Way will be hosting a free STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) Camp in conjunction with Anthony ISD's Child Nutrition Department's Summer Feeding Program which offers free, nutritious meals for kids between 1 and 18 years old.
Prior to the distribution of meals, children will be able to enjoy activities and demonstrations such as scratch-n-sniff art, ice cream in a bag and more. Each day of camp will not only be focused on a STEAM component but also on one of the fives senses. In addition, children, parents and caregivers will get a peek at United Way's pilot program, Reading Aces. This new program promotes mentorship by asking volunteers to share 45 minutes of their time to read to an elementary-aged child and help children improve their literacy skills.
The week-long STEAM Camp is open to children (ages 5-10 years old) participating in the Anthony ISD Summer Feeding Program but encourages anyone interested to attend. No registration is required.
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See United Way's STEAM Camp curriculum.Free STEAM Camp July 17-21, 2017 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Anthony Middle School Children 5 to 10 years old
Lunch provided by AISD's Summer Feeding Program at 11:30 a.m.
Media Contact: Elizabeth Gamez, Marketing and Communications Manager, (915) 533-2434 ext. 222
Program Contact: Tiarra Foster, AmeriCorps VISTA Early Education Coordinator, (915) 533-2434 ext. 241