WE ARE BACK ON CAMPUS!
INVENTION CONVENTION. The Place for Inventors, Makers, and Entrepreneurs.
Reports show that the fastest growing jobs in the world are in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math). As the demand for talented robotics engineers, web coders, graphic designers, game developers, IT professionals, and beyond continues to grow, so does the need for students to get an early start. Invention Convention integrates all aspects of STEM allowing students to apply their understanding by designing and improving existing inventions.
La Salle’s Summer STEM Enrichment Camp meets the need for students to develop these valuable 21st-century life skills like problem-solving, creativity, and collaboration in multiple areas through fun-filled and interactive learning. This year’s theme, “INVENTION CONVENTION” will allow campers to explore creative solutions to day-to day problems by using problem-solving, entrepreneurship and creativity skills that build confidence in invention, innovation and entrepreneurship.Download and Print the Registration Form
- All CDC Guidelines and mitigation efforts will be followed to ensure the safety of all participants in the camp.
- All students entering grades 1 through 9 as of September 2021 are welcome to register for La Salle’s Summer STEM Enrichment Camp, regardless of ability level or experience.
- Teachers are prepared to differentiate instruction to maximize each child’s learning and success, motivating students to want to learn through interactive experiences. These enrichment experiences are curated to engage students at their grade level using evidence-based practices.
- Campers will identify problems, brainstorm solutions, conduct experiments, create and innovate, practice personal wellness, tell stories, make art, meet special guests, and much more!
- The summer camp is fully-staffed. La Salle faculty are on-hand daily to support student learning.
- Writers Matter is a co-sponsor of the La Salle’s Summer STEM Enrichment Camp and will provide campers with opportunities to learn critical writing skills. Campers will craft personal narratives having their voices heard as well listen to other campers’ voices fostering more tolerance and appreciation of others.