The following list includes camp information that has been submitted for publication. If additional camps are submitted, we will include the new submissions below.
TAPE-M-UP: June 6-8
The annual Tape-M-Up Camp for student athletic trainer aides will be offered again this summer.
Students will receive a comprehensive overview of all aspects of athletic training, from anatomy to athletic training-room management. You will receive specialized instructions in taping techniques, injury evaluation and emergency procedures, and adult CPR/First Aid certification.
This camp is designed for upcoming high school freshmen through seniors who wish to learn more about the field of Athletic Training and serve as a basis for a career in Athletic Training or a medical field. The lecture/lab format of the camp will allow you to gain knowledge/experience in order to assist the Certified Athletic Trainer at your high school during practices, games, and in the training room. Casual dress, shorts and t-shirts are acceptable.
Student Athletic Training Camp will be held at FHS on June 6th, 7th and 8th from 10AM to 2PM on each day. Cost of the camp is $30.00 which includes supplies and payment for your CPR card. Contact Trainer Joe (firstname.lastname@example.org) if interested.
Camp Invention: June 13-17, 2022
Camp Invention is offered at Firelands Elementary for students entering K-6th grades.
Please use this link to register.
Students in grades 10-12 can sign up to be a camp counselor here.
Soccer Camp: Boys and Girls entering 1st-8th grade
Date & Time: Monday, July 18 – Wednesday, July 20, 2022 from 6:30-8:00pm: Join us this summer for the Falcons Soccer Camp put on by the Firelands High School soccer teams!
Your favorite Falcon soccer players and coaches will lead you through fun training sessions and games to
improve your technical and tactical skills.
TechCorps Summer Camps at LCCC
Computer science is not about learning how to use a computer, or even just programming. Computer science is about deeper learning – computational thinking, problem solving and creativity. We believe studying computer science, regardless of a student’s ultimate occupation, provides the knowledge and
practices necessary to be ready for college or career.
Download the flyers to learn more here:
LCCC: Summer of Steam
The Summer of STEAM program is located on the LCCC campus and offers weekly projects that children and parents can make in the Fab Lab, and our Commodore Kids program is offering technology, sports and general camps as well. Check out the flyers for more information