Clarendon One students visit Steam Institute at College of Charleston
From WCBD Charleston
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) — Fifty Clarendon School District One students in 3rd – 8th grade are in Charleston for three days thanks to funding by the South Carolina Arts Commission.
We’re told 70 students and 20 chaperones from Clarendon School District One boarded a charter bus at St. Paul Elementary school to travel to the Engaging Creative Minds Summer STEAM Institute, a 6-week arts integration camp that teachers STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math).
Tuesday afternoon, students are taking part in the Boeing Dreamlearners program. In the evening ,they are being treated to pizza and movies in the dorm after a visit from the CofC team who will talk to them about college life and answer any questions they may have about college.
Wednesday the students will take a Fort Sumter Tour and visit the water park. In the evening the Children’s Museum will open just for them! The boat leaves the dock tomorrow at 10:45. The Children’s Museum is open from 6 p.m. -10 p.m.
On Thursday, morning students will walk the Ravenel Bridge and then head back to Summerton, SC.