Super Saturdays

 

Super Saturdays consists of a variety of academic enrichment classes for students in grades K-8. Topics include: Forensics, LEGO Robotics, Art, Animal Science, Biotechnology and MORE. Classes take place on the Texas Tech campus.

 

FALL 2017

October 7th - Minecrafter ($65)

October 14th - LEGO Robotics ($65)/ LEGO Simple Machines ($50)

October 28th - Adventures in Art ($50)

November 11th - Forensics/CSI Lab ($50)

 

Classes Offered

 

OCTOBER 7TH

Minecrafter Coding Mini-camp (Age 10 and up)

10 am to 3 pm. Bring your own lunch.

Cost: $65 - One day session

On-line registration here.

Our Minecrafter Mini-camp introduces students to the world of programming and coding and lays the groundwork for the students to move on to increasing complex programming projects. 

OCTOBER 14TH

Lego Robotics (Age 10 and up)

10 am to 3 pm. Bring your own lunch.

Cost: $65 - One day session

On-line registration here.

You are invited to discover the precise world of engineering design! In this project oriented class, you will work in teams to focus on a specific design problem, develop creative solutions to that problem, select the best solution, and then build a scale model.

OCTOBER 14TH

Lego Simple Machines (Age 7-9)

10 am to 2 pm. Bring your own lunch.

Cost: $50 - One day session

On-line registration here.

In this exciting hands-on class you will learn to design simple machines using LEGO kits and learn about physics concepts involved.

OCTOBER 28TH

Adventures in Art (Age 7 and up)

10 am to 2 pm. Bring your own lunch.

Cost: $50 - One day session

On-line registration here.


Come join the fun and adventure of the world of art! Experiment in painting, color, shapes, and drawing. Design and creativity are emphasized in this fast-paced art class.

NOVEMBER 11TH

Forensics (Age 9 and up)

10 am to 2 pm. Bring your own lunch.

Cost: $50 - One day session

On-line registration here.

Roll your sleeves up and prepare for a hands-on introduction to forensics. You will participate in fingerprint detection and identification. You will learn about hair and fiber examination, document examination, and the critical role of DNA. Students will "solve a crime" using DNA evidence.