Using plastic cups, paper, and brains, students were encouraged to create stacked towers. Students learned about balance and how using a platform, such as a piece of paper, would allow them to stack their cups and create a sturdy tower.
Camp BSAC hosted a public open house to give potential summer camp guests and parents an inside look at all of the fun activities we offer! Students played minute to win it games, had access to the pool, and played life-size hungry hungry hippo. While parents were able to play, sign their kids up for summer camp and learn more about everything Camp BSAC offers!
By adding food coloring to dish soap, students were able to use their senses to create bubbles! Students learned about their sense of touch, sight, and smell while making bubbles with their friends.
Today students were given a very exciting behind the scenes look at our local library! They were given a tour of the facility, read books, learned how to return books, and did some fun team building activities.
To prepare for our upcoming community club trip, students created cat toys out of colorful yarn. With the help of our BSAC employees, students were able to tie tiny pieces of yarn together to create fluffy pom-pom balls for some furry friends.
BSAC Lifeguard, Rebekah Clark, Builds Readbox Library for Students. GalleryActivities at Stowers, Afterschool, Aquatics, BSAC Childcare, BSAC Community, BSAC Events, BSAC Family, BSAC News, BSAC Stories, BSAC Summer Camp, Featured, Learn-To-Swim, Lifeguard Training, Scholarships, Staff, Swim Lessons, VPK, Youth Programs
Meet Rebekah Clark: a talented BSAC lifeguard, Girl Scout, and Blue Wave Swim Team Member who has made a lasting impact right here on our campus. With the help of her family, Rebekah created a mini library called Readbox, inspired by the Redbox video rentals located in popular stores in our area.
“I started this project back when I lived in Maryland because I really wanted to spread literacy and encourage kids to read outside of school,” said Rebekah. “When I was growing up, I was home-schooled. We would go to the
Using toothpicks and marshmallows, students were challenged to make tall 3-dimensional towers. Each group had to work together to create a strong base that would be able to hold the weight of a tall tower.