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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Kokomo, IndianaDo you have rooms that Are always too hot or too cold for More details Call 765.459.8858 we can help them interested in science be fore they get to High school so they will take a and honors classes. We need to see More students going into both the sciences and engineering. Not Only do students experience science in a scholarly Way noted Chauret but they also learn about the practicalities of life. We have taught them about health screens proper hand washing and nutrition he said. We have also Dis cussed the topic of renewable Energy. For Emily Breedlove 12, a student at Central Middle International school and Aurora Wilson 14, who attends the Rossville school District the Camp has been a Chance to interact with fellow Stu dents and learn about the widely unknown possibilities of science. I have really enjoyed the microbiology activities that we have done said Breedlove. At my school we dont get Many opportunities to use Micro Scopes so it was really neat to put things on plates under Neath the microscopes Here. While nodding in agree ment with Breedlove about the Campos opportunities Wil son whose Mother is an Ink professor acknowledged the importance of the Campos More practical lessons. I really have enjoyed learn ing about eggs and doing the blood pressure and health activities she said. The Camp has been a lot of fun and its been fun to learn about science. Both girls also admitted to their excitement concerning wednesdays Camp presentations where each camper was to present the experiments and activities they completed during the eight Day event. I would definitely come Back said Breedlove who noted her favorite school subjects Are science and math. It has been a lot of fun and i am excited to show everyone what weave done. The Camp which is funded by a Grant from the area health education centers of North Central Indiana has also been an Eye opening sex per hence for 12-year-old Breann Gallaher a student at Maple Crest Stem Middle school who became inter ested in the Camp after her Brothers past involvement. I have Learned a lot More than i already knew said Gallaher. Its been very exciting to learn a lot of different things. I liked learning about health sciences and the germs that Are on our hands. Gallaher admitted she would now take hand Wash ing More seriously. It is this enthusiasm that has been the most fun for Harper and the Campos faculty she said. Without the Camp Erst excitement the Camp have developed into what it is today. It has been great to hear the students talk about things they have Learned and to watch their growing involve ment in science said Harper. The hands on experiences and experiments have been a lot of fun for everyone. George Myers can be reached at 765-454-8585, by email at or on twitter up Myerst. Continued f rom Page a1 science. Making labels left Eli Bultman Marks one of the water samples the Middle school students took from the Creek and Wells at Indiana University Kokomo during the science rocks summer Camp on monday. Creek water Breann Gallaher takes a water Sample from the Creek during science rocks summer Camp held at Ink for Middle school kids on monday. Lab time above working in the lab Jillian Shumaker filters water for testing during a summer Camp at Indiana University Kokomo called science rocks on monday. Photos by Tim Bath Kokomo Tribune samples Caden Gaier and Owen Myers Check the phosphate Levels in a water Sample during science rocks held at Ink for Middle school kids on monday. Protect your Parks report vandalism to police immediately 765-459-5101 Page designed by Jordan Cleckley Kokomo Tribune thursday june 18, 2015 a5from Page one

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