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Posted On: 24 Feb

Single Day Science Camp – March 9th

Single Day Science Camp – March 9th

It’s a weekday, and school is out!
If you would like something fun for your junior scientist to do from 9:30 am until 4:30 pm, then bring ‘em on by! We will have all sorts of fun science going on at the lab.

Drop off begins at 9:30 am for our single day camps. We will provide a morning and afternoon science snack. Please bring a non-refrigerated lunch for your child. You will also have the option ($5) to sign up for pizza and juice when you arrive. Limited seats available, so reserve today!

Other Single Day Camp Dates: March 9th, April 10th, April 13th, and May 1st

Reserve Now!

Hours and Pricing

*Doors open at 9:20 and pick up by 4:30
Full Day: 9:30 – 4:30 … $79 (includes AM & PM science snacks)
Half Day AM: 9:30 – 12:30 … $49 (includes a snack)
Half Day PM: 1:30 – 4:30 … $49 (includes a snack)
Discount: Reserve for 4 or more single day camps for one child on 1 order to receive a 25% discount of all sessions on that order!

Add-Ons:
Early Arrival, begins at 8:30am $5/day
Late Pick Up, until 5:30pm $5/day
Lunch, 2 slices of pizza and a drink, $5/day

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Posted On: 23 Feb

Astronomy: Did you know how NASA names their Mars Rovers??


This artist’s rendition depicts NASA’s Mars 2020 rover studying its surroundings. Mars 2020 is targeted for launch in July or August 2020 from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

Photo Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

NASA has a class assignment for corporations, nonprofits and educational organizations involved in science and space exploration: partner with the agency to inspire future engineers and scientists by sponsoring a contest to name the next rover to venture to the Red Planet.

The contest will allow U.S. students in grades K-12 to propose a name for NASA’s next Mars rover (currently being built at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California) and write an essay about their choice. The partner will work with NASA to conduct the contest during the 2019 academic year.

Click here to learn more about the Mars Rover 2020.

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