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STEM Summer Camp for Elementary Students 

WHO: 5-8th graders in the 2022-2023 school year
WHEN: July 17-20, 2023 from 8:30am-Noon
WHY: Exercise your brain this summer, too!
STEM camp will be held in the spacious, well-lit LLHS Science rooms.
Each daily devotion will be in our Academic Commons area.
LLHS’s beautiful outdoor campus may be used, depending on weather and topic.
Important to remember:
1) Application deadline June 17, 2023
2) 5-8th graders in 2023-24 school year
3) Camp size is limited—don't wait!
4) $60 camp fee due with online registration here
Camp Schedule:
8:30-8:45 Devotion in the Cafeteria
8:45-9:30 Rotation #1
9:30-10:15 Rotation #2
10:15-10:30 Break
10:30-11:15 Rotation #3
11:15-12:00 Daily Challenge/Wrap-up

On Thursday, the Daily Challenge/Wrap-up time will be replaced with a showcase of projects so each group can view other campers' ideas. Parents and friends are welcome to attend!

Girls STEM workshop held

40 girls in K-8 joined SWELL (Society of Women Engineers at Lakeside Lutheran) in a girls-only STEM Workshop. The young scientists explored making Oobleck (cornstarch slime), ocean in a cup, a board spinner, CD Bubbles, STEM cookies and driving Spherobots.
Girls STEM
The purpose of STEM Club at LLHS:
1. To expose students to engineering concepts.
2. To expand students God-given abilities.
3. To preview the upcoming LLHS STEM Academy.
4. To provide all of the above in a fun, Christian environment.

Lakeside Lutheran High school senior Jordan Genz (left), Ixonia, and Maria Vik, Fort Atkinson, were each awarded a Certificate of Merit from Michigan Technological University's section of the Society of Women Engineers. The Certificate of Merit Program recognizes young women in their sophomore or junior year of high school based on academic excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics courses. In past years MTU has recognized 400 remarkable young women across Michigan and Wisconsin with the goal of spurring these students to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, as well as expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in diversity, improving the quality of life, and demonstrating the value of life-long learning.