Tuesday, July 9, 2013

It’s Not Too Late to Take Advantage
of Community Ed’s Summer Programs

Fun and learning run hand in hand at various summer camps offered by Mesquite ISD’s Community Ed Program. And the good news is that it’s not too late to register for these creative, four-day camps held at elementary campuses in our district.

New offerings this year include Robot Mania and Rock Star Camp. At robot camp, students will actually build a robot to take home as they explore how technology will continue to affect our future. Rock star students will be exposed to improvisation, theatre games and more. They will even perform for their family and friends at camp’s end.

And one example of a camp that’s back by popular demand is Adventures in Art. Students create two new works of art each day, so campers can even retake the class without redundancy.

Besides these classes for aspiring artists, mathematicians, singers and scientists, Community Ed still has spaces for its popular dance and cheer and self-defense courses.

For more information, visit Community Ed’s website or call 972-882-CLASS (972-882-5277).

Hope you hurry and sign up!

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