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All programs held at: 612 Belvedere St., Carlisle, PA 17013

Unless otherwise stated. Lab fees are not refundable.

NEW: Youth Crazy Olympic Field day Club -- Ages 9 and up Youth Crazy Olympic Field Day Club Youth will learn how to be a part of a team and to organize events. They will learn about PA endangered species. Some of the skills and abilities they will gain are: leadership, imagination, civic-mindedness, management, finance, web design, journalism, technical writing, art, and design. If your youth are interested in any of these areas please join the club! First Meeting is Tuesdays 3 - 4:30 p.m. on February 4th and then the following dates: 11th, 18th, & 25th and March 3rd, 17th, 31st, April 7th, 14th, May 5th. $10 supply fee/family Go to www.tlceducation.info to register under the sports tab. For more information and registration go to: www.crazyolympicfieldday.com

CAMPS:

Early registration

before May 15th.

To ensure the classes will occur please register by May 15th. If there

are not enough participants the camp will be cancled. Those

registering after May 15th need to pay an additional $25/ camp/

youth.

Robotic Explores Camp 11-14 yr. olds Explore the methods of the engineering process by learning the basics of programing and design. In this camp students will develop robots to explore and get information about various environments. They will learn problem solving strategies using both LEGO hardware and LEGO MINDSTORMS software. Students should leave the camp with new strategizing skills, team working ability, practical knowledge of programing basics, and creativity. $150 (+$25 non-refundable supply fee) Part I In-habitation Arduino 14-19 yr. olds Small microcontrollers are responsible for the functioning of a large amount of day to day technology. This camp will provide students with a functional ability to use the open source Arduino technology. Students will be taught fundamentals of the C imperative computer programming language, concepts of resistance, current, and voltage, basic circuit analysis and design, and usage of analog sensors. Knowledge and skills will be developed through examining, evaluating, and reacting to unique environments and will be transferable to many different technologies, uses, and fields. Along with the lessons they learned, students will go home with some hardware to implement their knowledge, including their own microcontroller. $200 (+$65 non-refundable supply fee) Part 2 In-habitation Arduino 14-19 yr. olds This camp will help students with some hardware and software knowledge bring their skills to a new level. It will build off of the first Arduino class and will continue the theme of inhabiting harsh environments. The environments will become even more taxing and intricate requiring the use of more advanced components and programing methods. Software skills will be expanded into object oriented programming and digital sensors will be introduced. NOTE: Some basic knowledge of imperative coding and electricity is required. Students do not have to attend the first camp but it is recommended. We do not want to leave students behind but it is important that the curriculum is kept on schedule. If the first Arduino camp is not attended you will need to add another $65 supply fee. $250 (+$35 non-refundable supply fee) $0.00
TLCEducation

“... what you learn today, for no reason at all, will help you discover all the wonderful secrets

of tomorrow.”

― Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth

Camp Evaluations Camp Evaluations
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All programs held at: 612 Belvedere St.,

Carlisle, PA 17013 Unless otherwise stated. Lab

fees are not refundable.

NEW: Youth Crazy Olympic Field day Club - - Ages 9 and up Youth Crazy Olympic Field Day Club Youth will learn how to be a part of a team and to organize events. They will learn about PA endangered species. Some of the skills and abilities they will gain are: leadership, imagination, civic-mindedness, management, finance, web design, journalism, technical writing, art, and design. If your youth are interested in any of these areas please join the club! First Meeting is Tuesdays 3 - 4:30 p.m. on February 4th and then the following dates: 11th, 18th, & 25th and March 3rd, 17th, 31st, April 7th, 14th, May 5th. $10 supply fee/family Go to www.tlceducation.info to register under the sports tab. For more information and registration go to: www.crazyolympicfieldday.com

CAMPS:

Early

registration before

May 15th.

To ensure the classes will occur

please register by May 15th. If

there are not enough participants

the camp will be cancled. Those

registering after May 15th need to

pay an additional $25/ camp/

youth.

Robotic Explores Camp 11-14 yr. olds Explore the methods of the engineering process by learning the basics of programing and design. In this camp students will develop robots to explore and get information about various environments. They will learn problem solving strategies using both LEGO hardware and LEGO MINDSTORMS software. Students should leave the camp with new strategizing skills, team working ability, practical knowledge of programing basics, and creativity. $150 (+$25 non-refundable supply fee) Part I In-habitation Arduino 14-19 yr. olds Small microcontrollers are responsible for the functioning of a large amount of day to day technology. This camp will provide students with a functional ability to use the open source Arduino technology. Students will be taught fundamentals of the C imperative computer programming language, concepts of resistance, current, and voltage, basic circuit analysis and design, and usage of analog sensors. Knowledge and skills will be developed through examining, evaluating, and reacting to unique environments and will be transferable to many different technologies, uses, and fields. Along with the lessons they learned, students will go home with some hardware to implement their knowledge, including their own microcontroller. $200 (+$65 non-refundable supply fee) Part 2 In-habitation Arduino 14-19 yr. olds This camp will help students with some hardware and software knowledge bring their skills to a new level. It will build off of the first Arduino class and will continue the theme of inhabiting harsh environments. The environments will become even more taxing and intricate requiring the use of more advanced components and programing methods. Software skills will be expanded into object oriented programming and digital sensors will be introduced. NOTE: Some basic knowledge of imperative coding and electricity is required. Students do not have to attend the first camp but it is recommended. We do not want to leave students behind but it is important that the curriculum is kept on schedule. If the first Arduino camp is not attended you will need to add another $65 supply fee. $250 (+$35 non-refundable supply fee) $0.00