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The theme for this year’s summer camp is “What is everyday science?”. We want to focus on the connections of daily life activities as expressions of scientific engagement. We breathe, we eat, we move and dance, we learn, we digest, and we create. Each of these activities is a type of science.
Students will examine how science does not only happen in the laboratory but in everyday activities. We will examine the ingenuity of different cultures as they developed techniques for improving their living conditions.
We will explore these concepts through reading, math, art, and physical education. Our program is designed for fun engagement and educational development of all ages.
St. Sya Academy ‘s annual Theatrical Production for this year is The Beetle: A Capoeira Story from Brazil. Our performance will be presented at Hayti Heritage Center on Thursday, June 1st. Mark your calendars.