Grades K - 2
Our youngest science campers will love diving into their favorite far-off worlds, while learning how they can build everything they can imagine.
Enter the world of Ninjago and become an apprentice Ninjaneer! Engineering and Ninjanuity are the focus of this full-day themed camp for LEGO fanatics. Learn to build Trains, Helicopters, Treehouses, and Beam Bridges before moving on to Skull Trucks, Dragons, and Spijitzu Spinners from Ninjago City!
Prepare for a full-day LEGO camp packed with hands-on and minds-on STEM fun! Build projects inspired by cool machines close to home such as Cities, Garbage Trucks, and Catamarans. Then build X-Wings, Energy Catapults, and Defense Turrets from a galaxy far, far away! Learn about BOTH kinds of The Force in this full-day themed engineering camp for LEGO fanatics!
Rob is the founder of Drobots Company, a nationwide program for kids and teens. The focus of the company is to integrate drone and quadcopter technology with a STEAM application. Rob has nearly twenty years in the summer program industry and has built and expanded technology, sports, and traditional summer camps. Rob holds a BA from Amherst College and is fully committed to building leadership skills and a positive, friendly learning environment for all Drobots Company participants both in and out of the classroom.
Joe has been teaching math for 23 years, from grades 6 all the way through college calculus. He loves working with technology and "geeks out" at all of the newest technological advancements. Joe has enjoyed being an instructor for Drobots at Summer at Park for several years now and has found it to be an enriching opportunity for both him and the campers. He lives with his wife and two children and spends his time coaching high school football after camp is done for the summer.
Josh has taught science at the Rivers School since 2002. In addition, Josh coaches boys’ Middle School ice hockey and serves on the Leadership Committee. Before coming to Rivers, Josh taught at Milton Academy. He earned a B.A. in philosophy from University of New Hampshire and a B.S. in biology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. This will be his third season working with Summer at Park and his fourth summer with Drobots.