The Summer Scholars Program is sponsored by ASU – Department of Educational Leadership, Curriculum and Special Education takes a new spin. This year the theme is: Flowering Minds Grow on STEMs.
The teachers of this Summer Scholars program are working on their licensure or master’s degrees in gifted education. They will provide activities and experiences that challenge the children to be creative problem solvers and to learn with their 'hands-on’.
When: June 25 - 29
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
(Ages 4 - 8)
12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
(Ages 9 - 12)
Where: JONESBORO SCHOOL DISTRICT - SOUTH ELEMENTARY CAMPUS
(The Health, Wellness, and Environmental Science Magnet School)
The school is located near the YMCA and Southwest Church of Christ. Traveling west on Nettleton, you will cross over Main Street; continuing west, you will see the Kindergarten Center on your right. At the next light and intersection, turn left onto Frierson. At the end of the street, the school is on 1001 Rosemond. From Frierson turn left onto Rosemond, right on Roy (parallel to the playground), right again at the stop sign (travel past the flower shop parallel to the back of the school building), and right again on Greenwood Street. There is a parking lot to the right. Just past the lot is a covered sidewalk. A teacher will be standing there to receive your children. The program will occupy four classrooms in one hallway.
Cost: The cost is $75.00 per child.
Deposit: $20.00 deposit is required with the registration.
All payments will be sent to the ASU Cashier. CHECKS PAYABLE TO: ASU-ELCSE- SUMMER SCHOLARS Reference #131007-254201-554000-0000 on check.
Who: Children ages 4 - 12 may attend. Parents should indicate if older children have been identified as Gifted, Talented, or Creative in their school setting. However, identification is not necessary for children to attend and participate in the program for Summer Scholars.
What: Children will engage in hands-on learning through creative and critical thinking. The teachers of the program are completing their master's degree in Gifted Education. Children will rotate through experiences related to exploration, technology, creative problem solving, and critical thinking.
PLEASE MAIL DEPOSIT AND/OR TUITION TO:
A.S.U. Treasurer's Office
Summer Scholars Program
P. O. Box 2640
State University, AR 72467
CHECKS PAYABLE TO: ASU-ELCSE-SUMMER SCHOLARS
PLEASE REMEMBER TO FILL OUT AND SEND THE PARENT PERMISSION FORM LOCATED ON THE SUMMER CAMP WEB PAGE.