After meeting with some of your friends and teachers down the hall, you realize your school is a crime scene. Furthermore, it is up to you and your team of investigators to piece together the clues and solve the mystery.
Pre-camp and Post-camp hours are available: Post-camp hours go to 5: Campers will learn how a crime is actually solved and learn how Biology, Chemistry, and Physics play a major role in the investigation! To see what a typical day is like, click here.
Our week is Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm. Post-Camp hours go to 5: Please see our Camper Welcome Packet for more information. Depending on the camp, additional lab fees may apply. Please see our camp descriptions for more information. Post Camp services are not available for the half-day program.
Your camper will need a snack, lunch, and drinks. Full refunds will be given until April 1st.
No refunds will be made after June 1st. Please take a look at our FAQ page to see our procedures for keeping the kids cool! If you would like us to apply sunscreen, please fill out the waiver form and hand it in to the Camp Director on Monday morning. How do we stay on top of it all without going crazy!?
The easiest solution, we believe, is to send all of your kids to every single week of Club SciKidz Summer Camp. With 42 unique camps, we have something for all of your kids!
Medical Form Welcome Packet Getting ready for camp should be an exciting process for your entire family. Many families attend multiple camps throughout the summer. For your convenience we have posted our Welcome Packet in the form of a parent newsletter on-line in PDF format.
This document covers everything from Club SciKidz policies to camp dates and security issues.*Online Activities – Learn about entomology, handwriting analysis, and test your memory and power of observation.
*Cool Links – Get links to websites on forensic science, toxicology, pathology, fingerprints, and other forensic games. WASILLA - After four days of learning how to sleuth at the Valley's first CSI camp, 12 middle school students solved the case of a kidnapped pooch. , handwriting analysis, toxicology analysis.
Any characteristic of people can give you clues, including their handwriting. Document examiners investigate handwriting to find out if documents are forged and determining the authenticity of .
“Written in Blood” by Sheila Lowe is not the usual murder mystery book. The main protagonist is not a police officer or detective but a forensic handwriting expert. This uncommon occupation is the backdrop sets the stage for interesting and unusual “detective” work/5(72).
Much to the surprise of Summit Middle School students and staff, our dear friend Roger Rabbit's vaporized remains were discovered in the Summit Room on Monday, September 12th. Class Page for Mrs. Nechita.