BROWNWOOD – May 18, 2018 – Registration is now open for Howard Payne University’s Summer and Young Scholars day camps for children entering first through sixth grades. The camps, scheduled July 16-20 from 9 a.m. to noon each day, feature fun and innovative instruction in a variety of subjects.
In the Summer Scholars program, students entering fourth through sixth grades will study robotics, 3D printing, science and recreation. The Young Scholars program is designed for children entering first through third grades and the campers will receive instruction in music, robotics, science and recreation.
“The students always have a great time and the parents appreciate that their children have something fun and educational to do during the summer,” said Dr. Julie Welker, director of the programs, professor of communication and chair of HPU’s Department of Communication Studies. “Many of our campers return to the program each year.”
The camps will be held in HPU’s Winebrenner Memorial Hall of Science. Program participants will also have supervised access to HPU’s wellness center, climbing wall and other campus locations.
Cost for the Summer Scholars and Young Scholars programs is $100 per student and includes a souvenir, snacks and supplies.
Online registration is available at www.hputx.edu/summerandyoungscholars. For more information about the Summer Scholars and Young Scholars programs, contact Dr. Welker at 325-649-8508 or via e-mail at email@example.com.