Partners' Post

Douglas County Partners for Student Success newsletter

June 2016 Edition

In this newsletter you'll find:
  • Don't let young brains go fallow over the summer! Check out these lesson-based activities sprinkled around the county.

STEAM career skills get summer focus

Welding, pouring concrete, job shadowing a medical professional, designing a solar car. These are but a few of the many activities that will be taking place in sites around Douglas County this summer in the Expanding Horizons CTE/STEAM summer camps. Activities align with Career and Technical Education courses of study. All camps are free. Register now!
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Get your STEAM training here, educators!

The Umpqua Valley STEAM Hub is joining others to present myriad professional learning opportunities in 2016-17. From the August Outdoor Education Workshop at Alder Creek Community Forest to FTC Robotics training to access to tools such as LabQuest 2, the options are unfolding with more on the way. Find out more here.
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Keep young brains busy

Not sure how to keep your child engaged over the summer? Here are seven places offering a variety of options for young minds and hands to explore, create and investigate. These lessons and activities will ensure that kids won't leave learning on the back burner until September.
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