Education Briefs: 6/18 to 6/20
June 17, 2014
Local teen on humanitarian expedition
Kellen Davis, an upcoming senior at Park City High School, is currently spending two weeks in Ecuador doing humanitarian work for the poor through H.E.F.Y., Humanitarian Experience for Youth. Davis and 17 other teens from across the United States will participate in building facilities for an orphanage in Ecuador from June 11-28.
H.E.F.Y. is a nonprofit service organization that offers humanitarian expeditions to youth ages 16-19. For more information or to apply for an expedition, call 801-900-4111 or visit http://www.hefy.org.
Zaniac offers summer programs
Zaniac is offering summer programs for students in grades K-8, specifically to nurture their love of math and technology. The half-day weekly camps from 9 a.m. until noon or 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. are offered at 6030 Market St.
Courses include Minecraft, STEM Exploration, LEGO Robotics and Computer Programming. For more information, pricing or to register a student for a class, call 435-575-7737 or visit http://www.zaniaclearning.com.
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Creekside Kids Academy summer camps
Creekside Kids Academy is offering summer camps in Park City and Heber for children as young as newborns up to elementary-aged students. Half-day camps are offered Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. or 12:45 p.m. while full-day camps run from 8 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
For more information about the Park City camps, call 435-655-0195 and for Heber camps, call 435-654-2104. For information about both locations, visit http://www.creeksidekids.net/summer-camp.
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