More than 130 students spent part of their summer vacation taking part in a five-day crash course in science, math and more at the Harrison Middle School.
The students participated in Camp Invention, a national program for students in grades K-6 focusing on STEM concepts – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Working in teams, the young inventors tapped into their creativity to complete problem-solving exercises with real-world applications.
The Middle School camp was led by a group of Harrison School District faculty, including camp director Erin Lieblong and assistant director Kelsey Brightwell. Watch the video above to see all the fun the students and educators had at this year's camp!