Last chance for Summer Camp!
Each summer, EHOVE hosts a fantastic, fun-filled summer camp for kids in grades 5-8. Nearly two hundred local middle school students throughout the region come to EHOVE to enjoy several fun activities in camps of their choice.
Have kids who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math? They can still blast off this summer at EHOVE’s summer camps for the week of June 18-22. Preregistration is required - click here to sign up! Camps with openings include:
- Mathematics Fanatics Summer Camp for Students Entering Grades 5-8
- Forensics Summer Camp for Students Entering Grades 5-6
- Pet Explorers Summer Camp for Students Entering Grades 5-6
These week-long, half-day camps are happening right now, but registrations are still available for next week’s camps! They’re tons of fun with hands-on projects and fun activities.
Gretchen Heilman of Huron (5th grade-top left) is currently in the Duct Tape Design Camp. “I am learning to make so many neat things like a ball, bag, painting and flowers out of duct tape,” said Heilman. “I am having so much fun, and I have attended camp at EHOVE before. I have enjoyed making new friends.”
Josie Brown of Norwalk (5th grade-bottom left) is also in the Duct Tape Design Camp. “I am learning how to make a bag and a painting,” said Brown. “My favorite part so far has been my painting with duct tape.”
Samuel Daneker of Milan (6th grade-top right) shared his excitement about his projects at the Duct Tape Design Camp at EHOVE. “I am currently learning how to make fabric,” said Daneker. “I am having a lot of fun, and I have been to other camps at EHOVE before. I am definitely making friends.”
Down the hall from the Duct Tape Design class is the Amusing Engineering Summer Camp class. Kids involved in this camp are learning how to make a roller coaster and will get to enjoy a day at Cedar Point as part of their camp.
Glen Alkire of Margaretta Township (6th grade-bottom right) is finishing up his roller coaster design. “I really enjoy how to engineer different types of roller coasters and learning how they work,” said Alkire. “I have made friends, and I look forward to riding my favorite ride tomorrow at Cedar Point, the Raptor.”