April 16, 2014 6 a.m.
NATURE — The University of Idaho is offering summer science camps that allow youths grades 6 through 11 to go outdoors for hands-on discovery.
Enrollment is open for students interested in spending a week The McCall Outdoor Science School on the shores of Payette Lake learning from University of Idaho graduate students, exploring the mountains, lakes and rivers of central Idaho and releasing their inner scientist.
- River Science Boys’ Expedition: June 22-27, Grades 6-9, $387.50
- W.O.W.S. (Women Outdoor with Science): July 6-11, Grades 6-11, $387.50
These are five-day field science expeditions where students explore the rugged Idaho mountains, go whitewater rafting and learn what university climate, water and alternative energy researchers are studying.
- Beyond MOSS: July 13-18, Grades 6-9, $297.50
This five-day program goes beyond the school year MOSS program for those who have been to MOSS or who will be coming soon.
- Adventure Day Camp: June 17-August 1; Grades 3-5 and 6-9, Cost varies
This day camp focuses on learning, playing and enjoying nature while letting imagination drive discovery.
The McCall Outdoor Science School is an outreach of the University of Idaho College of Natural Resources. The residential science school engages Idaho students in year-round learning through our school partnerships. The college also hosts an on-site graduate program for university students who serve as teachers while working towards their graduate degrees.
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