It’s that time of year again when many Dragon families start thinking about summer and making plans for educational activities while school is out. Two Carroll ISD teachers- and former campus teachers of the year- are hosting their annual summer camps for students interested in science.
Carroll High School biology teacher Keeley Lowery and Dawson Middle School science teacher David Allison have coordinated separate camps geared at elementary-age children. Lowery’s “Dragon Science Camp” offers six different sessions and each one focuses on a unique topic ranging from biology to engineering . Allison’s camp, titled “Camp Safari” offers eight different sessions and gives students the opportunity to experience hands on activities with over 70 animal species.
Both camps will be held during the summer months at Carroll Middle School. Click here for details about Dragon Science Camp. Click here for details about Camp Safari. Both events require registration forms and fees.