WESTOVER — Somerset County Public Schools students not required to take remedial classes are encouraged to enroll in one of the summer enrichment courses available to all grades starting in late June.
For grades 9-12 there is “Automotive in Gear” on Mondays through Thursdays 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 21 through Aug. 2 at the Somerset County Technical High School. This is a hands-on automotive camp perfect for those considering a career in this field or wanting to know more about car maintenance.
Also for grades 9-12 there is the SEAM Program, short for Social, Emotional, Adaptability and Mindfulness, to improve mind and body during these difficult times. It will be held Monday through Friday at Somerset Intermediate School June 21 through July 16 from 1 to 4 p.m.
“VEX Robotics” is for grades 7-12 and will cover the growing field of robotics and engineering. It will be Monday through Thursday 8:15-1 from July 12-22 and held at SCTHS.
Grades 7-10 can take “Hands on History” to learn about the history of Crisfield. It will be held at Crisfield High School June 21-24 from 8:15-1.
“Teaching the Next Generation” is a course for grades 7-9 on teaching young children, July 12-15 from 8:15-1. It will be held at SCTHS.
Also for grades 7-9 there is “The COVID Caper” where students will merge forensic science with health care to unravel a mystery. It will be held July 12-22 from 8:15-1 at SCTHS.
For grades 3-5 there is a class on invasive species and the environment titled “Help! Toads are Taking Over My Town!” It is June 18 through July 1 from 1-6 p.m. and held at SIS.
Grades K-3 can learn about “Art and Literature Around the World” from July 12-15 at Princess Anne Elementary School from 8:15-1. Also at PAES grades K-2 can program a robotic bee with “Coding the Bee Bots” June 28 through July 1.
For details visit the SCPS website or email Traci Schneider at email@example.com or Jill Holland at firstname.lastname@example.org.