The Coppell ISD Education Foundation (CEF) is holding its annual Interactive Institute June 18-22. The summer camp is designed to encourage middle school learners to explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) through interactive, hands-on activities. The Foundation 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, financial services company Capital One, architecture firm Corgan, technology company IBM, video game development company Gearbox Software, arts and crafts chain The Michaels Company, and Associate Professor Josephine Durkin from Texas A&M.
Sessions will be held at Lee Elementary from 8:30am to 12:30pm, costs $175 and is limited to 100 CISD students. For more information and to register go to www.coppellisdef.com.
About Coppell ISD Education Foundation (CEF)
CEF is a non-profit organization of volunteers, chartered in 2000, whose efforts have raised and donated more than $1 million in support of the schools, students and teachers of Coppell ISD. In 2017, the CEF awarded 20 classroom grants across 15 CISD campuses totaling over $41,500 as well as $10,500 in new-teacher grants to first-time educators in CISD to aid in their classroom set-up at the beginning of the school year.