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Summer learning kicks off at Central Coosa
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Members of the Master Builders robotics team had a great time as they participated in a week-long camp last week. The camp was taught by Mr. Nick Nicholson. Campers learned new skills such as using a gyroscope to program their robots. Teams then competed to earn points by finishing missions and racing against each other. Kyle Ballard and Wyatt Kimbell were the first place winners, and Kaleb Ballard and Matthew Eubanks were the runners-up. The robotics team is sponsored by Meg Aman and Angela Hughes.
Students started loading the buses Monday morning at the community schools to kick-off the summer learning programs at Central Coosa. Information for the summer learning programs, transportation and registration are on the included flyer.
Students attending the STEM camp this week built skyscrapers out of different materials using engineering and design processes.
Mrs. Lovelady from Coosa County 4-H leads the students in a hands-on activity dissecting a flower to learn the parts and their purposes.
Ms. Zachery and Ms. Wells get the students up and moving as they lead student reading activities during Literacy Camp.
Students enjoy a Brain Break during Literacy Camp.
Coosa County Teens Who Care and Aletheia House are partnering with the Coosa County Sheriff’s Office for a prescription drug take back (flyer attached).