July 8 – 12 9:00-2:30 Monday-Thursday and 9:00-12:00 Friday
Teacher: Juanita Moore
Health care USA demanding profession and help is needed to provide patients with the little things that sometimes a “human” is assisting another person in need. We will deliver a small bottle of water with the use of a robot. Girls will design and create a LEGO robot that will use light sensors to follow a path to a room and Sonic sensors to avoid hitting furniture that may have been moved.
This class is sponsored by a grant from the Women’s Foundation of Montana. Thanks to their generosity we can offer an opportunity for girls to learn robotics in their own, unique way.
Level: Grade 4 and above
Cost: $125 for the week-long summer camp – scholarships are available (lunch included)
Registration can also be done in person at the Stevensville Public Schools district office (in the high school building) or by phone/email:
Payment can be made online or by check made out to The Stevensville Community Center Complex (or simply SCCC) and sent to
The spot will be held for 5 days post registration while waiting for payment – after that the seat will be reopened for other students.