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Gardening Class Join local gardener Trina Alanis to learn the fundamentals of starting and maintaining a garden! Trina will provide youth participants with the knowledge needed to begin a small garden. Hands-on experience in the garden will allow the class the chance to see gardening in action and develop confidence to grow on their own!
Creative Writing Join us on our journey as aspiring writers to explore the craft of creative writing! We will be working with various genres including but not limited to creative non-fiction, fiction, short stories, and poetry. Be ready to open your mind and your heart this summer and let the words flow from your mighty pens and pencils onto each and every page. Let us grow together and share with one another the joys of writing!
Forensic Science The Mystery Festival is part of a science curriculum that was created by a professor at Lawrence Hall of Science at University of California, Berkeley. It includes standards related to physical science. Students are presented with skills on how a Crime Scene Investigation is processed and then they will use the evidence to try and figure out who committed the crime. Taught by CCMS science teacher Victoria Purrell, this class is not one to miss for any young aspiring scientists in the community!
Myths and Legends Prepare to embark on a journey through folklore and fables from across the globe! Students will be learning about a different regions myths and legends during each of the 3 classes. Each day they will be treated to an interactive lesson, a fun craft or activity, and the chance to begin developing their own epic stories! Taught by WNC-Fallon Campus Dean Jessica Rowe, and Recreation Supervisor Robyn Jordan
 Babysitting This course gives students all the knowledge needed to become successful, responsible babysitters. Students will learn how to respond to emergency situations, maintain a positive babysitting environment, and communicate with children and their parents effectively. Taught by Churchill County Aquatic Center Coordinator Laura Klein.

Minimum of six students required to continue with course.
 Jr. Lifeguard This American Red Cross Training course introduces the field of aquatics to junior participants interested in becoming a lifeguarding professional. This training provides the knowledge and skills to assist those in need during emergencies. Upon completion of the course, participants will be offered the choice of interning with Churchill County Aquatic Center.



Looking for art and reading programs? Check out these awesome programs! Click the links below for more information:


Oats Park Art School Summer Art Camps

Churchill County Library Summer Reading Program Registration 


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