NSU offers youth summer camps

BY STAFF REPORTS
06/05/2020 08:00 AM
TAHLEQUAH – Northeastern State University is accepting applications for educational and fun youth summer camps on its Tahlequah and Broken Arrow campuses.

Summer Youth Academies are held through the Continuing Education Department and will begin in June with programs available online and in person for children ages 4 and older. Various academies are available, including Minecraft, Treasure Hunters, Robotics Summer Olympics, Art, Video Game Design, Jedi and Cooking in Space.

Camps are set for June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26 and June 29 to July 3.

Broken Arrow camp registration is $125 per week for face-to-face classes and includes all materials and a T-shirt. Online classes are $160 a week and include all materials mailed or hand delivered to participants.

Tahlequah camp registration is $160 per week and includes snacks, lunch, supplies and a T-shirt.

For a list of camps, to register or more information, visit www.nsuok.edu/summercamps or email ce@nsuok.edu.

NSU officials said all precautions will be taken following CDC guidelines and NSU guidelines as many of teachers have added additional guidelines to follow. Temperatures will be taken three times a day (students and staff), masks provided, disinfection will be done three times a day, no adults in the building except teachers and staff, as well as other precautions. All guidelines will be provided in detail before camp dates.

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