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Lexington One Summer Camps

Mar 29 2017

Summer camps? We've got some!

Lexington District One offers four summer camps Monday through Thursday, June 5–8, 2017, at the Lexington Technology Center.

For more information about any of the following summer camps contact, Julie Rojek, District Career Specialist/Middle School Liaison, by telephone at 803.821.3772 or by email at jrojek@lexington1.net.


LexOne, Take One

(for rising seventh- through ninth-grade students) 

Ever dreamt about being in front of a camera reporting the news, educational information or public interest stories? Or, maybe you love to write and dream of creating articles for magazines or newspapers as a journalist? If so, this is the perfect camp for you.

LexOne, Take One is a broadcasting and journalism camp for Lexington District One's rising seventh- through ninth-grade students.

During the camp, students work in teams, learn to communicate effectively, and become journalists and broadcasters by producing and editing videos.

A visit to Genesis Studios and S.C. Education Network also exposes students to real-world work places.

Our goal is to create an environment where students can express themselves through their writing and visual presentations.

The LexOne, Take One Summer Camp takes place at Lexington Technology Center, Monday–Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

To register for this camp, please click here.
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Michelin Coding for Girls

(for rising eighth- through 11th-grade female students)

Girls CAN code! If you like technology, register for Lexington District One’s Michelin Coding for Girls Summer Camp! 

This camp is an Informational (IT) camp designed to help rising eighth- through 11th-grade girls with an interest in technology, who would like to learn programming by engaging in fun, hands-on activities through the use of mobile robots. Students get their hands on robotics and electronics while learning programming that reinforces the topics of computing and technology.

Girls will code and create projects using Arduino kits and learn how their projects relate to careers at Michelin and other organizations. 

While focusing on instilling confidence, teamwork, reasoning and problem-solving, Michelin Coding for Girls summer camp develops a new generation of females who may end up in Information Technology careers.

Michelin Coding for Girls summer camp takes place at Lexington Technology Center, Monday–Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

To register for this camp, please click here. 
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LexOne State
(for rising seventh- through ninth-grade students)

Students, would you like to make a difference in your community? Are you interested in politics, recent elections and current issues in society? Do you like being a leader? 

If so, LexOne State is the camp for you! This summer camp is a leadership and civic engagement camp for Lexington School District One, rising seventh- through ninth-grade students. 

Students will participate in a mock trial and elections while experiencing an inauguration. 

Students will hear engaging elected and appointed officials present information that helps them understand the political process and environment. A trip to Columbia to visit the three branches of government also helps students better understand civics and American government. 

Our goal is for students to leave camp confident, knowledgeable and ready to impact their community with their unique ideas, beliefs and leadership abilities. 

LexOne State Summer Camp will take place at Lexington Technology Center, Monday–Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

To register for this camp, please click here.
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Heroes Among Us
(for rising seventh- through ninth-grade students)

Why is it important to understand the importance of physical fitness and to be involved in leadership activities? 

During the Heroes Among Us, Public Service summer camp, Lexington School District One’s, rising seventh- through ninth-grade students will learn about this and more.

In fact, during camp, students will become CSI investigators and learn how to detect and collect fingerprints (with their own kit) just like forensics experts.

Students will participate in job-like activities in law enforcement, fire services, and military training.  

A trip to the Lexington Sheriff’s Department is one of the off-site activities taking place during camp. 

Heroes Among Us, Public Service summer camp takes place at Lexington Technology Center, Monday–Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

To register for this camp, please click here.
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