Bellefontaine High School is hosting the Summer Enrichment Academy (SEA) this week.
Students from Bellefontaine, Benjamin Logan, Indian Lake, Riverside, West Liberty-Salem, Calvary Christian, and homeschooled students are attending this year’s camp.
302 students entering grades 2-8 are enjoying diverse learning opportunities in 22 classes. The enrollment increased by 40 from last summer.
The class offerings include:
Make It, Take It, Creative Crafts
Sweet Treats to Delight
Holiday Baking Bonanza
Snacks and Desserts Galore!
WPKO & WBLL Sportscaster Camp
Lotions, Potions, and Slime!
Hook, Line, and Sinker!
Platform 9 ¾
Rock, Paper, Scissors… CRAFT!
Super Slimy Science
Robotic Mission to the Moon
Build, Program, Compete
You, Rapunzel, & Some Machines: Keeping it Simply Simple!
Native American Culture
Cultural Creations & Cuisines
The Art of Wizardry!
Pretty Hair, Don’t Care!
Jewelers, Designers, and Creators Couture
Delicious Delights! is being held at Bellefontaine Middle School.
Aerial Glowga & Art: Fly, Flip, Swing: Create! is being held at Homegrown Yoga in downtown Bellefontaine.
Here’s a list of Summer Enrichment Academy sponsors:
AGC Glass Co
Bellefontaine Dental, Sarah E. Ash DDS
Community Health & Wellness Partners
The County Classifieds
Daido Metal USA, Inc.
Duff Quarry | Get a Load of this
Logan County Electric Cooperative
Mary Rutan Health
Ohio Ready Mix
PCPI Plastics, LLC
Rise FM Ohio
Bellefontaine Rotary Club #3617
Steve Austin’s Auto Group
Thompson, Dunlap & Heydinger, Ltd.
98.3 WPKO & V-Teck Communications
SEA is coordinated by Bellefontaine City Schools, Benjamin Logan Schools, and Indian Lake Schools in collaboration with the Midwest Regional Educational Service Center.
The SEA coordinators are Angie Horvath, Bellefontaine City Schools; Sally Stolly, Benjamin Logan; Kelli Tebbe, Indian Lake; Erica Baer, Midwest Regional Educational Service Center, and Riverside.
Many of the instructors are educators; however, there are instructors from the community.
The purpose of the academy is to create academic and creative challenges for highly motivated students.
The young learners have been engaged in these unique courses.
SEA leaders said, “The purpose of the camp is to achieve life skills and to provide enrichment in the student’s specific interests. The teachers get to teach a subject they’re very passionate about. Finally, the students get to know kids from other districts. It’s truly cooperative learning.”
The academy started Monday and will conclude Friday. Camp hours are 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Bellefontaine City Schools has been providing busing to BCS students this week.
Submitted by Bill Tipple