Science camp wrapped up last week after five fun filled days. The rising 6th-8th graders participated in week long projects in robotics, neuroscience, environmental science and space science. The teams competed all week to make a Rube Goldberg machine to pop a balloon and on Friday to complete team tasks in a scavenger hunt. Also at the end of the week, they observed cool demos with liquid nitrogen and enjoyed liquid nitrogen ice cream. The day was capped off with water bottle rockets. Science camp always runs shortly after school lets out in June.