Attached is the school learning plan for this school year
Camps at BIG Little Science Centre, Summer 2018
Camps that include movement, science exploration and experimentation, construction, and loads of hands-on fun are always how we share science with your children. Sign up now for a week (or more) of summer science awesomeness. Camps run daily from 9:00am to 3:00pm, for a week at a time. Cost is $180 per week, members receive a $10 discount. Registration form is attached.
Super Wow Science Camp:
Week 1 from July 9 to 13
Week 2 from August 13 to 17
Enjoy hands-on science activities mixed with games, experiments, crafts and art.
Bubbles, rockets, chemistry, crystals, dinosaurs, volcanoes, treasure maps, puzzles/mysteries, roller coaster construction, Zorbs, and much more!
Each week contains different activities and most requested favourite activities, allowing children to participate twice over the summer.
Active science learning allows a child’s brain to discover the world around them while their body is busy. Fun STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) science at its best.
For ages 5 and up. Children must have completed Kindergarten.
Summer Robotics Camp: July 30 to August 3
Robotics Camp is a favourite camp that is for children who like to design, build, and program their own robots. Using the Mindstorms LEGO robotics systems, campers will create their own works of art/science and put them through their paces. Learn how to go fast, be strong, use sensors, run mazes, and much more. Extra coding opportunities and games will be included to help campers create the ultimate robots! Outdoor fun will include the water slides and Zorbs and more.
For ages 9 and up.
See you this summer for wonderful interactive science fun.
Assistant Operator, BIG Little Science Centre
655 Holt Street, Kamloops, BC
Around 1 p.m., the RCMP notified school staff of what appeared to be a handmade explosive device in our neighbourhood, which prompted a short “hold-and-secure” alert. The discovery of the device was not related to the school and happened two blocks away. The hold-and-secure measure was taken only as a precaution to ensure school safety. At no time was there a direct threat to staff or students.
RCMP further informed us that there was no risk to the neighbourhood or children. The hold and secure was lifted and children will be dismissed at the end of the day as usual.
Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dallas school administration.