Summer Program Rundown: July 17
Windsor Summer Program highlights July 17:
Windsor Strong Academy:
Students have formed teams to study a specific issue that makes a community great. Students in the team studying health visited the Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier. You can read more on their visit here.
This week is human body week at Knight Lights. Today the youngest students in camp identified the different parts of the human body. During the week students will study bones, x-rays and make their own casts.
Some students continued to study Spanish through art, a lesson which will lead into an examination of early Mexico next week.
The older group (students entering grades 7-9) had a one-on-one tournament, participated in full-court ball-handling drills, held team practices and played five-on-five games. Tomorrow will feature a free-throw contest, skill stations and more five-on-five play.
The younger group (students entering grades 4-6) is split into “college” teams playing in a tournament. Tomorrow is crazy sock day, with the team featuring the craziest pairs earning extra credit.
Posted: Monday, July 17, 2017