2018 HERMANTOWN ACADEMIC WINNER KAMP (H.A.W.K)OFFERINGS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTSSUPPLY FEE'S WILL BE CHARGE AT A LATER DATE ONCE STUDENTS ARE ENROLLED IN THE THREE CLASSESCooking (K-6)So what can we “cook up” this summer? We will be trying new recipes as we practice kitchen safety. In this class, we will be learning how to cook fun snacks. We will be making snacks such as Dirt Dessert, Mini Pizzas, Pigs in a Blanket, and many more! Hope to see you all there!Taught by Ms. ConnellArt (K-6)Join in the fun & sign up for Art class! We will be constructing Gooey Gak, groovy origami, re-creating the color wheel, learning about amazing artists and painting styles, drawing, and designing unique works of art. We will be using a variety of art mediums, and you will be encouraged to let your creativity flow as you have fun constructing a variety of artworks to take home, including your very own art portfolio!Taught by Mrs. RemmingtonMad Scientist: (K-6)Students will perform experiments, both physical science and chemistry on a daily basis. The class emphasis will be on safety, the scientific method, and hands-on learning in a lab setting. Students will learn about the environmental and physical side of science. We will be conducting experiments and be exploring the area around our school.Taught by Mr. HarteGame time: (K-6)Stay active, keep healthy, and get stronger this summer. Students will learn to manipulate objects individually and as a team (throwing, catching, striking, kicking, bouncing, and rolling). Students will learn fitness concepts, sportsmanship, and participate in a variety of fitness development exercises. Wear shoes that students can run in.Taught by Mr. HarteMinecraftEdu (grades 1-6)MinecraftEdu is a school-ready remix of the original smash hit game Minecraft. In this after-school club, students will depart on expeditions, solve puzzles, and with a little luck, make it back alive! Students travel through time & space to collect rare items in both the past and future. Complete quests and solve puzzles. What will your future world look like? Will you join an expedition as a settler, scientists or farmer? Do you have what it takes to survive in this Brave New World?Students will have the opportunity to use what they learn in class and practice on their home computer. This custom edition of the game allows students to play online in a safe environment with only with their fellow classmates.Class size: 18-25 studentsLab Fee:$5Taught by Mr. BrownLEGO Robotics and programming(grades 3-6).Students will unleash their creativity to build and programs using the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 robots. These robots are brought to life by using "blocks of Code" using a drag and drop programming environment. Through using good engineering and building practices with LEGO TECHNIC blocks. Students are given real-life scenarios, such as building a planetary Rover for NASA. Before sending their robot into space, students test out controls for moving and turning the robot by using different sensors (light, touch, sound, and ultrasonic) to improve the performance of their robot.Taught by Mr. BrownLego Engineering (Designed for grades 1-3)Introduce your young student to the wonderful world of robotics and engineering with the creative LEGO® system. Students will build several different models that feature working motors and sensors.What will your child learn in LEGO Engineering? They will learn to program their models.
They will learn about simple machines like gears, pulleys, levers and inclined planes.
They will learn to measure, estimate and make educated guesses.
They will test their creations and form new ideas – the key to the engineering process – build,test and revise.
We will guide students through each build and help them test their creations. Once the build is complete, our teachers will present new challenges to the team where they will have to develop a solution. Students will work in teams of two.This is a perfect starter class for students that have never experienced working with LEGO WeDo kits. Taught by Angie SandovalFirst Lego League Summer Robotics 2018(Grades 5-8)This class is designed for students on or planning to be on First Lego League Teams for the 2018 season. During this time you will build the mission models for the new challenge, “Space”. This course will teach advanced programming and give you time to build your teams robot and start solving missions for the upcoming First Lego League Season. A minimum of 12 students are required for this class to proceed. This hands-on class will focus on teamwork and problem-solving skills that will be important to achieve skills for the future. The cost of this class is $75.00 and will meet Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 12 pm during Hawks Camp. Taught by Mr. Wojciuk