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  • Underwater Robotics 
  • Fee: $189.00
    Dates: 7/8/2024 - 7/12/2024
    Times: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Days: Daily
    Sessions: 5
    Location: Clarkston Campus
    Room: CLK WRF (CWB) IM Lb 300
    Seats Available: 3 out of 9

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    For students entering 6th, 7th, or 8th grade (ages 10-13).

    This class will be held at the WWCC Clarkston campus.

    Final class session will be held at the Asotin County Family Aquatic Center, 1603 Dustan Loop, Clarkston, WA 99403.

  • Kids College Program: STEM and the Arts NEW!
  • ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THIS CLASS IS CLOSED. Please call us at 509-527-4331 to see if registration is still available.
  • Fee: $219.00
    Dates: See Description
    Times: See Description
    Days: Daily
    Sessions: 5
    Location: Main Campus
    Room: See Description
    Instructor: See Description

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    The STEM and the Arts program consists of the following three classes:

    Ecological Explorations!

    Do you like spending time outside and exploring nature? Then get ready for some outdoor fun as we delve into key ecological concepts and species that impact our region! We will play games, go on hikes, explore local waterways, and even learn about some indigenous knowledge pertaining to salmon. Expect to be outside every day, so please dress accordingly. 

    Instructor: Sarah Moffitt

    Location: Water & Environmental Center Bldg. R 2002 & 2003 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 1:00-2:10pm 

    Design a Digital Museum Exhibit

    Students will work to design and prototype an immersive museum exhibit that places visitors in the “fins” of a migrating salmon! You will take your design prototype through two stages - colored marker drawings and a scrolling digital animation projected onto the floor. Students will learn how to use Scratch coding to make their drawings come to life. The finished experience will be shared with friends and family on the last day. No prior drawing or coding experience is required. 

    Instructor: William Bares

    Location: Main Bldg. D 115 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 2:25-3:35pm 

    Environmental Game Design 

    Have you ever wanted to design and build your own tabletop game? Do you enjoy spending time outside and learning about nature? Then come join us in having fun while working on your next big entertainment idea! Students will practice playing some existing environmental-themed games to assess them for strengths and weaknesses, then use what they learn to design and build their own board game or card game prototype focusing on a topic of interest related to local environmental issues. 

    Instructor: Laurie Fairbanks

    Location: Water & Environmental Center Bldg. R 2073 

    Dates/Times: Mon-Fri, 6/24-6/28 from 3:50-5:00pm 



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