LIMA, Ohio -- Rhodes State College is offering three half-day Summer Camps in June for youth in grades 5th to 11th.
Raspberry Pi Technology Camp - This camp is for students wanting to learn basic computer programming. Campers will build a computer using a small credit card-sized Linux computer called Raspberry Pi. In addition, campers will create computer-based games and stream audio and video. This three-day camp is offered for two age groups: 6th through 8th grades on June 10-12 and 9th through 11th grades on June 17-19. A morning or afternoon session is available.
Robotics Camp - This three-day camp is designed to introduce middle school students to robotics. Each camper will build a robot and then use software to design, program and test Legos® Mindstorm 2.0 Robots. It is open to students in grades 6th through 8th with a morning or afternoon session. The camp is from June 10-12.
Fitness and Nutrition Camp - During this camp, participants will focus on physical fitness and healthy diet choices. Each camper will learn how to monitor their daily exercise level and each participant will receive a pedometer. This three-day camp is geared toward students in the 5th through 8th grades. It will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 18-20.
Registration for each camp is $20, which includes a t-shirt, lunch and all materials. There is a limit of 20 campers per session; registration is first-come, first served. For more information, call (419) 995-8372.