Looking for something fun and different for your middle schooler to do this summer?
The Coppell ISD Education Foundation (CEF) is hosting its annual Interactive Institute June 17-20, 2019 from 8:30am until 12:30pm. The summer camp is designed to encourage rising 7th and 8th grade students to explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) through interactive, hands-on activities. CEF brings in corporate partners from around the DFW Metroplex to engage students with curriculum in their area of expertise. This summer’s partners include: healthcare provider Baylor Scott & White Medical Center, financial services Capital One, architecture firm Corgan, financial institution DTCC, technology company IBM, learning center iCode Coppell, community college North Lake College, creative center S2 Art Studio and insurance company State Farm
The Interactive Institute will meet at Coppell ISD’s Richard J. Lee Elementary located at 8808 Chaparral Waters Way in Dallas, Texas 75019. The cost for the Institute is $160, which includes a non-refundable $20 registration fee, and registration is limited to 100 Coppell ISD students. The price will increase to $180 on May 18th. For more information and to register, visit www.coppellisdef.com.
About The Coppell ISD Education Foundation
Chartered in 2000, the Coppell ISD Education Foundation is a non-profit organization of volunteers whose efforts have raised and donated more than $1 million in support of the schools, students and teachers of Coppell ISD. In 2018, CEF awarded over $48,000 in classroom grants as well as $12,750in new teacher grants to first-time educators in Coppell ISD. To date, CEF has given over $1,127,000 to Coppell ISD. To learn more about the Coppell ISD Education Foundation, visit www.coppellisdef.comand follow us on Facebookand Twitter.