MIDWEST CITY — Elementary and middle school students in the Midwest City-Del City School District are participating in STEM Camp sessions that began Monday.
A second session scheduled for June 10-13 still has openings.
The camp is designed to provide enrichment in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills.
Students will participate in activities such as making egg-drop vehicles, kites, straw rockets and roller coasters while applying math and science skills to complete engineering-based tasks.
Each day's project is a creative hands-on activity that engages students and helps them demonstrate problem-solving skills.
The cost is $25 per student.
For more information, call Tressa Wilson at 737-4461, ext. 1252.
STACEY BOYER IS COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR FOR MID-DEL SCHOOLS.