Camp Info

Camp Overview

The Team Driven summer camps began as a one week project and have now become a multi-tiered summer camp program featuring three progressive levels for robotics.

 

BRICKS TO BOT!

This a summer program for kindergarten through third-grade students. It was created to inspire students to pursue their interest in science and technology. Through hands-on building and teamwork, students will complete a Lego Mindstorms challenge by the end of one week. The date for this summer program are as follows: June 12-21, July 8-12, July 15-19, and June 22-26. They start at 9 am and go till 12 pm. Camp is held in the Physics Hall in A Building which is located on the Lee’s Summit High School campus. The cost is $90. If you have questions contact the camp director at roboticscamp.director@gmail.com.

Robotics Camp

Each level is a separate one week camp. At each level, students get the opportunity to build a robot to compete in a friendly competition that mimics the FIRST model. Students also participate in team building activities, and snack time to encourage participants to get to know one another. At the beginning of the week, students watch a game animation and are given a packet of rules for the game. From that point on, Team Driven student mentors help participants use their creative abilities to produce a solution for the given challenge.

Level 1:

Dates for 2019: June 3rd – 7th; June 10th – 14th

A summer program created to inspire students to pursue their interests in science and technology through hands on building and programming. Camps for students entering 4th-8th grade

Level 2:

Dates for 2019: June 17th – 21st; July 8th – July 12th

A summer program created to inspire students to pursue their interests in science and technology through hands on building and programming. Camps for students entering 4th-8th grade

Level 3:

Dates for 2019: July 15th – 19th

The third level of robotics camp combines both disciplines from Level 1 and Level 2 camps. This game will require a more advanced mechanical device as well as more complex programming to successfully accomplish the given task. It is highly recommended that the student complete Level 1 and Level 2 before attempting this camp.

Do you want more information?
Contact the Camp Director via Email roboticscamp.director@gmail.com

Links:
Registration Page