Summertime is fun time at Tech. From building to baking, Meridian has a summer camp that’s just for you!
June 6-8, 2017 | 8:30 am – 3 pm | Campers entering 7th – 9th grade
All camps run concurrently.
Spend three days in ONE of these two camps.
Salon Style – CLOSED
Are you ready to look like you just stepped out of a salon? Sign up for this camp and learn do-it-yourself tips from industry professionals. Discover how to use simple styling tools to create today’s trends, go beyond the basics of braiding and design custom hair color for mini-manikins. In addition to expressing your creative side, you’ll also get a look at the science behind the style!
We are going to build it – so we hope you’ll come! This camp will highlight air conditioning and refrigeration, construction, electrical technology and masonry, four industries that are at work on most building sites. Campers will work in crews and participate in hands-on construction projects like designing and laying out duct work, building a take-home woodworking project, wiring a wall, and mixing mortar and laying brick. Campers will wrap up their time at Tech racing cars that they’ll build themselves!
Try a little bit of Tech with these fun options! Camp covers three days, and with this format you can choose three different areas in which to spend your time.
Automotives from the Inside Out
It won’t be long before you’ll be in the driver’s seat, and this camp will teach you what you need to know to make sure your ride stays running smooth. Learn how to read diagnostic trouble codes, change air filters, assess fluids and other safety features. You’ll also discover how to tear down and repair a starter, and build and solder an electrical circuit.
Camp CAD – CLOSED
This camp is the blueprint for everything. You’ll design a building and then use a computer aided drafting program to create a 3D model! You’ll learn how to give your building dimension, highlighting its front, side and aerial views. By the end of the day, we’re certain you’ll be mad for CAD.
Health Care Heroes
Be a health care hero and help a patient go from injury to recovery. Participate in the diagnosis and treatment of a patient in a simulated medical facility. Explore medical treatments that may include emergency care, drawing blood, minor surgery and more! Experience the basics of medical care and help your patient get well and go home.
Sous Chef Academy – CLOSED
Calling all foodies! If the kitchen is calling your name, this camp is for you. Master kitchen safety, hone your knife skills, experiment with new ingredients and, of course, try your hand at a few recipes that you’ll get to taste and take home. Bon appétit!
Take apart a computer and learn how it works. Discover how to wire your own home network system and investigate cybercrimes using the same tools as law enforcement. This camp is sure to connect with anyone who loves working with and learning about computers. Get plugged in!
From extracting DNA to maximizing momentum and speed, connect the dots between science and engineering and the real world in this camp! It’s perfect for anyone who loves figuring out how things work, exploring new ideas and solving big challenges. Campers will work in teams and use technology to transform ideas into reality!
Photo Fun – CLOSED
This camp will teach you how to make a good photo great! This camp will kick off with a scavenger hunt, where you’ll capture clues with a smartphone camera. You’ll then explore Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom software to edit and enhance your images. Before the day is done, campers will learn how to create a 2D caricature of themselves using Adobe Character Animator.
Please mark your 1st through 3rd camp preference on your registration form once the form is live. Each camp has a limited number of students. Students will be placed on a first-come basis until the camp is full. Campers will be notified of their camp placement.
All camps are $60. Each camp includes three days filled with hands-on activities, breakfast, lunch, snacks, T-shirt, camp photo and transportation. Each camp has a limited number of students. Students will be placed on a first-come basis until the camp is full. Campers will be notified of their camp placement and bus departure location and pickup time before camp begins. Students can attend summer camp if they are from a community served by one of these school districts: Agra, Carney, Glencoe, Guthrie, Morrison, Mulhall-Orlando, Pawnee, Perkins-Tryon, Perry or Stillwater.
For more information, campers should contact:
Attn: Judy Sindelar
1312 S. Sangre Road
Stillwater, OK 74074-1899
Phone: (405) 377-3333
Fax: (405) 377-2076
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