Summer Camp Learning
Molokai LIVE News Release
Are your middle and high school students ready for something new to do this summer? School is just around the corner and Molokai LIVE is offering summer resource camps at no cost during the week of July 16-20 from 7:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Molokai High School. The camps are designed to provide learning opportunities through hands on experiences that allow students to also build teamwork and have fun.
Breakfast and lunch will be served through the Summer Meal Program providing free meals to any child below the age of 18. All children are welcome to have breakfast and lunch in the high school cafeteria during this week.
MEO Youth Transportation Bus service is available from Kaunakakai and back, pick up at 7:30 a.m. from Mitchell Pauole Center and return from the high school at 2 p.m. The Summer Program will provide transportation for Ho’olehua, Kalae and Kualapu’u areas, please call to arrange.
Football Camp will be held from Tuesday, July 17 to Thursday, July 19 for all students who are planning on playing football for Molokai High School. The camp will include fundamental football skills and the development of speed and agility, strength and conditioning, nutrition and health education, and leadership training.
STEM Design Thinking Camp will run from Monday, July 16 to Friday, July 20. Students will build teamwork and design thinking skills as they learn how to make a working drone. Maximum number of students is 24.
Two separate Cooking Classes will be held on Wednesday, July 18 and Friday, July 20. Students to register for one day only as the menu will be the same on both days. Students will learn to make pizza (with homemade dough), fried ice cream and mochi. Maximum students are 10 per class.
Sewing Class will be held on Thursday July 19. Sewing will focus on repurposing clothes by remaking them into dresses, aprons, armrests and/or under the bed organizers. Maximum students are 10.
Natural Resource Class will be held on Monday, July 16 to Thursday, July 19. This class will include field trips to local farms and service learning work at the Kalaupapa Native Species Garden and the Ualapu’e Fishpond. Plan to learn, get dirty and have fun! Maximum students is 10.
To register for one of the camps or for more information, please call the Molokai High School Library at 567-7115 or email Lyn Bonk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In its final year, Molokai LIVE offers after school programs to our island’s middle and high school students, preparing students to be college and career ready by sparking intellectual curiosity,