BCIT Summer Camp

Week 3!

BCIT Summer Camp

BCIT 2016 Summer Camp is over! Week 3 is in the books! Please like us on Facebook for BCIT updates.


Laura Geltch, BCIT Program & Community Coordinator

www.bcit.cc.

Highlights from BCIT Summer Camp's 2nd week: Happy Campers!

Medford Campus:

"All About Me" Cosmetology Camp

Welding & Fabrication Camp


Westampton Campus:

3D Architecture & Design Camp

Adventure Education Camp

Camp Rock-n-Roll

Cup Cake Camp 1

Cup Cake Camp 2

Fashion Design 101 Camp

Graphics & Animation Camp

Junior Iron Chef Camp

Robotics Camp

Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image
Big image

What did your Camper enjoy most about camp?

“Both camps (Cupcake & Fashion) had great creativity. Teachers were very nice!”


“Enjoyed climbing and the physical activity. The instructor was supportive and encouraging.”


“She enjoyed everything! She likes cooking and baking and loved learning new cupcake recipes. They were very different form what she's made before!”

"Our son really enjoyed interacting with other campers to create, bake and decorate tasty cupcakes."

New Summer Programs at BCIT! InnovateNJ & Summer Enrichment

InnovateNJ

The InnovateNJ summer program is a result of a competitive Title I grant. This grant awarded us funds to run a six-week program. The program consists of three two-week sessions. During each session, classes meet for five days face-to-face, and four times in synchronous, online sessions. Each session has two classes. One math based class with a math, science, and CTE teacher, and one ELA based class with an English, history, and CTE teacher. During that two week session, students will participate in a problem-based unit that includes the reinforcement of basic skills.


Session I Problem-Based Units:


USS Arizona- Students will complete an oil spill lab and devise a plan to deal with the ongoing environmental issue of oil leakage from the USS Arizona.


Viruses and Vaccines: Students will study how virus are spread, choose a virus, and decide whether mandatory government vaccines are warranted.


Students are provided with busing, lunch, and laptops for the duration of the program. They will learn skills in problem-solving, collaboration, technology, and all academic areas.


-Danielle Hartman

Supervisor of Instruction


Summer Enrichment

Summer enrichment was offered to BCIT students in the following courses of study:


  • Geometry
  • ELA Skills
  • Read 180


-Jacqueline Brownell

Supervisor of Literacy Development

BCIT Website link for more information: http://www.bcit.cc/Page/7586

Big image
Big image
Big image

Burlington County Farm Fair 2016!

Big image

BCIT Alumni Spotlight

In the News!


Reggie James, Jr. Tabbed Head Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Track and Field Coach


http://www.njcugothicknights.com/news/2016/7/27/201607-26_CROSSCOUNTRY_Reggie_James_Head_Coach.aspx

Check out BCIT's Facebook page for Camp Videos and BCIT news

BCIT Archived BCIT Brief Newsletters

Want to know more about BCIT?


Click HERE for archived BCIT Brief Newsletters.