Local Events and Opportunities

Community activities and events are listed below.  All items listed have been approved by the district office for posting.  In most cases, paper copies of these postings can be found in the designated school building's office.  By clicking on the headings below, more information regarding the events can be viewed.


East Lansing High School Students Robotics Club

East Lansing Robotic Club is looking for boys and girls from 8th to 12th grade students to learn and build  a VEX EDR robot. We will begin forming teams in mid-May and continue into summer.  The  team will attend multiple High School level tournaments in Michigan in the school year of 2018-2019.  Experienced players and beginners are welcome. Parent coaches and volunteers will help teams become more successful.

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Whitehills Spring Carnival

Friday, May 18
6:00-8:30pm at Whitehills Elementary

More information can be found at this link: https://www.facebook.com/events/127316898124217/

East Lansing Educational Foundation 18th Annual Awards Dinner and Golf Outing

May 17th, 2018
18 Hole Golf Scramble - 12:30 pm
Reception, Dinner, Raffle, and Program - 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
For ticket information contact:
Michele Huisgen at 517-333-7439, www.michele.huisgen@elps.us

Eagle Eye Golf Club
15500 Chandler Rd.

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Event Invitation, Response Card, and Raffle Information

Andre Hutson Basketball Camp

The East Lansing Basketball Club is sponsoring the 4th annual Andre Hutson Basketball Camp  from June 18-22.

This camp is eligible for grades 2-12.

Part of the proceeds from the camp are donated to the East Lansing Educational

Foundation and to also reduce the Middle School "pay to play"  fee.   To

learn more and to register for the clinic, visit www.elbasketball.org or the City of East Lansing website (Hannah Community Center/Sports (Youth & Adult)"

Archer Trojan Community Soccer Camp

Weeks of July 16 and July 23, 2018

Nick Archer—championship coach and founder of the ELHS boys’ and girls’ soccer program—lends his skills and expertise to ELHS girls’ varsity soccer coach Jeff Lyon; current and former ELHS soccer players; and community coaches to offer East Lansing’s premier soccer camp.

The Archer Trojan Community Soccer Camp will offer participants at all levels a challenging and rewarding experience that will help them gain an understanding of teamwork and sportsmanship; learn the game of soccer; and develop age-appropriate skills—in a safe, positive, nurturing environment. All of the camps are held at the East Lansing Soccer Complex.

Morning sessions are an introduction to soccer.  Campers entering grades 1-4 and 5-8 will learn the rules, fundamentals and beginning-level skills with group and individual instruction.

Evening sessions are for grades 9-12 and are designed to challenge intermediate players to build on their skills; provide group and individual instruction; and prepare students for interscholastic play. Goalkeeping instruction will be provided. HSSSL: register for one week only.

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Burchfield County Park Summer Camps 2018

How to Register
Please call the Ingham County Parks
office @ 517-676-2233
E-mail: parks@ingham.org
121 E Maple St., Suite 102
Mason MI 48854

**Camp is open to children ages 5-12.
Children age 5 MUST have completed
kindergarten. Campers are limited to 4
weeks of camp and may not attend the
same theme more than once. Please have
your sessions chosen prior to calling.
**Session 9 is open to ages 10-13

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City of East Lansing Department of Parks, Recreation & Arts - Summer Camps

All-of-Us Express Children's Theater 2018 Summer Drama Camps


  • British Soccer Camp
    June 25-29

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  • All-of-us Express Children’s Theatre
    East Lansing Hannah Community Center
    819 Abbot Road
    East Lansing, MI 48823
    (517) 333-2580 ext. 0

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  • Zombie Survival Camp (Ages 8 - 12)
    Join us for awesome survival training in preparation for the zombie apocalypse! Campers will learn wilderness skills vital for survival.  Build shelters, find edible plants, establish a camp perimeter, drill with “weapons,” prepare a “bug out bag” and more.  Work as a team to defend against the zombie hordes! Campers are encouraged to bring their Nerf Blasters. Rain or shine!

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City of East Lansing/East Lansing Parks, Recreation, & Arts Upcoming Events

ELPL to Launch Kanopy Film Streaming Service on Monday, May 21

The East Lansing Public Library (ELPL) will be launching Kanopy, an on-demand film streaming service, on Monday, May 21.

Beginning May 21, ELPL card holders can access Kanopy and sign up to start streaming up to four free films per month by visiting https://www.elpl.org/browse_program/kanopy/. Films can be streamed from any computer, television, mobile device or platform by downloading the Kanopy app for iOS, Android, AppleTV, Chromecast or Roku.

Offering what the New York Times calls “a garden of cinematic delights,” Kanopy showcases more than 30,000 of the world’s best films, including award-winning documentaries, rare and hard-to-find titles, film festival favorites, indie and classic films, and world cinema with collections from Kino Lorber, Music Box Films, Samuel Goldwyn, The Orchard, The Great Courses, PBS and thousands of independent filmmakers.

“We are excited to be able to expand upon our digital offerings with the launch of this exciting film streaming service,” said ELPL Director Kristin Shelley. “With the motto of ‘thoughtful entertainment,’ Kanopy will provide our patrons with access to films of unique social and cultural value; films that are often difficult or impossible to access elsewhere, and programming that features diversity, with a wide array of foreign language films and films on race and current affairs.”

ELPL library cards are free to everyone who lives in and pays taxes to the City of East Lansing, minors (under 18) who reside in East Lansing, East Lansing property owners, all current City of East Lansing employees, non-resident students attending a school located in East Lansing, all current MSU students, all current LCC students, Haven House residents and East Lansing organizations/businesses. Community members with questions about how to get a library card can visit or call the ELPL Service Desk, 950 Abbot Road or (517) 351-2420 ext. 0.


ELPL to Host Local Authors Panel on Wednesday, May 23

In an effort to support local authors and give inspiration to aspiring authors, the East Lansing Public Library (ELPL) will be hosting a Local Authors Panel on Wednesday, May 23 from 6:30-8 p.m.

The panel will feature a number of local authors that represent a variety of different genres of writing who will speak about how they got started and their experiences as writers. There will also be an opportunity for audience members to ask questions about their writing process and how they came to be published authors.

The panelists will include: Alyssa Alexander, Karen Dean Benson, Joyce Benvenuto, Kristie L. Dickinson, Lia Farrell, M.J. Parisian and Martha Steinhagen. Their books will be available for purchase at the event.

All ELPL events are open to the public. ELPL is located at 950 Abbot Road. For more information about the Local Authors Panel event, visit https://elpl.bibliocommons.com/events/5abe99bde91bc63800affb19.


Prime Time Seniors’ Program to Host Biennial Rummage Sale

The East Lansing Prime Time Seniors’ Program will host its biennial rummage sale on Thursday, May 24 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and Friday, May 25 from 9 a.m.-noon at the East Lansing Hannah Community Center (ELHCC), 819 Abbot Road. The sale is open to all community members.

On May 21-22, Prime Time will accept donations of linens, jewelry, antiques, collectibles, dishes, baby equipment, games, puzzles, craft supplies, DVDs, small pieces of furniture and tools. All donated items must be in good condition. Prime Time’s offices are located inside of ELHCC and items need to be dropped off during office hours, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Donation receipts will be available upon request.

Books, clothing, shoes, computers, printers, DVD and VCR equipment, encyclopedias, stereo equipment and speakers, typewriters, magazines, suitcases, golf clubs, ski equipment or large pieces of furniture will not be accepted.

Community members who are considering making a donation and have questions about whether or not the item will be accepted are encouraged to call Prime Time’s office at (517) 337-1113 ahead of time.

All proceeds of the sale will benefit the operating budget of the Prime Time Seniors’ Program – a nationally accredited program that serves to enrich the lives of community members who are age 55+.

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All of us Express Children’s Theatre to Host “Willy Wonka Jr.” Auditions

All-of-us Express Children’s Theatre (AECT) will be hosting open auditions for the upcoming musical production of Roald Dahl’s “Willy Wonka Jr.” at the East Lansing Hannah Community Center (ELHCC), 819 Abbot Road, this May.

The auditions will take place at ELHCC on Thursday, May 17 and Friday, May 18 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and Saturday, May 19 from 10 a.m.-noon. Area youth, ages 6-18, interested in auditioning will only need to attend one of the audition sessions. Callbacks will be held on Saturday, May 19 from 2-5 p.m.

Complimentary scripts can be checked out at the ELHCC front desk. A $10 deposit is required and the scripts need to be returned no later than one week prior to when the auditions begin.
There will also be an audition workshop on Wednesday, May 16 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at ELHCC. The audition workshop is a two-hour class that teaches youth what it’s like to audition for an
AECT show. The cost is $5 for members and $10 for non-members. Call ELHCC at (517) 333-2580 ext. 0 to sign up for the workshop; enrollment is limited. The workshop is not required to audition for the play.

AECT will bring “Willy Wonka Jr.” to the ELHCC stage July 27-29 and Aug. 3-5. For additional information and tickets, call (517) 333-2580 ext. 0 or visit www.cityofeastlansing.com/allofus.

All-of-us Express Children’s Theatre (AECT) offers young people of all backgrounds, cultures and lifestyles the opportunity to produce professional quality plays, study many aspects of the dramatic arts and develop valuable life skills while providing outstanding entertainment to the community. AECT brings four major productions to the Greater Lansing community each year with the help of hundreds of youth from throughout the region.

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City of East Lansing, MSU Announce 2018 One Book, One Community Selection

Supreme Court of the United States Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor to Visit East Lansing-MSU Community in August 2018

The City of East Lansing and Michigan State University announce the book selection for the 2018 One Book, One Community program: “My Beloved World,” a memoir by Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Supreme Court of the United States.

Sotomayor’s story is one of determination and the hope, tenacity, hard work and self-reliance that would propel a little girl who grew up in a Puerto Rican corner of the Bronx to the highest court in the land. In “My Beloved World,” Sotomayor provides readers with a frank and loving account of her coming of age and her large extended family, many with roots still in Puerto Rico. Sotomayor also recounts the adversity she has faced in her life – from growing up in poverty with an at-times challenging family life to her lifelong management of juvenile diabetes and her determination to adapt to a wider world that would eventually result in her becoming the first Latina and third woman appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Sotomayor’s retelling of her exuberant, colorful and close-knit family is reminiscent of many first and second generation immigrants, who rely on each other as they adapt to a new world. Always personal and intimate, her story is that of the importance of family and the determined reach for participation in the American dream. Sotomayor’s story gives us insight into her passage into the heady and, to her, often strange world of academia and later the practice of law.

A foretelling of her grit and tenacity, Sotomayor learned to give herself insulin shots at the tender age of seven when she was first diagnosed with juvenile diabetes. It was those characteristics of grit and tenacity that later carried her from being named valedictorian of her high school to graduating with honors from Princeton University and serving as an editor of the Yale Law Journal at Yale Law School. Sotomayor says, “Experience has taught me that you cannot value dreams according to the odds of their coming true.”

About OBOC Signature Events
As part of the 2018 OBOC program, Justice Sotomayor will visit the East Lansing-MSU community in August 2018. Community members are invited to the OBOC Kick-off Event: An Evening with Justice Sotomayor on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018 at 6 p.m. at the East Lansing High School Theater, 509 Burcham Drive. Justice Sotomayor will also speak during the MSU Academic Welcome at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center, 534 Birch Road, on Monday Aug. 27 at 9 a.m. Both events are FREE and open to all community members.

The One Book, One Community program encourages the East Lansing-Michigan State University community to read the same book and come together to explore its themes and issues at a variety of campus and community events each fall. The selected book is widely read on and off campus and is a required reading for all incoming freshmen. The highlight of the program is the visit by the author(s) to the community in the fall. OBOC is one of the first community reading programs to bring together the students of a major university and the residents of its surrounding community. Learn more about OBOC and the 2018 program at www.onebookeastlansing.com.

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Kids Power Karate (Ages 6-12)

DATES: 4/16/18 TO 5/21/18
TIME: 5:45 TO 6:30 PM
cityofeastlansing.com/1182/Classes-Programs or
CALL: 517.333.2580 EXT. 0




Little Ninjas Karate (Ages 4 &5)

DATES: 4/16/18 TO 5/21/18
TIME: 5:00 TO 5:30 PM
cityofeastlansing.com/1182/Classes-Programs or
CALL: 517.333.2580 EXT. 0

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Crossing Guard Applications Are Being Accepted for the City of East Lansing


Either one hour in the morning, or, one hour in the afternoon, or both depending on need, Monday – Friday. Must be available before school starting time and when school lets out in the afternoon. Specific hours dependent on public school.

$12.00 per Hour

Go Online to cityofeastlansing.com for details and to complete an application.

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The Downeaster Theater Summer Camp

The Downeaster Theater Summer Camp

1120 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Lansing, MI 48906
(517) 763-8045

until May 14
Scholarships available

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East Lansing Amateur Softball Club Girls Fast Pitch Softball

ELASC is looking for girls of all ages to play fast pitch softball this summer!!  We’ll begin forming teams in mid-April and starting practices in early May.  Games start in early June and go through mid-July.  Experienced players and beginners are welcome.  Parent coaches will teach the skills and fundamentals of the game.

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East Lansing Educational Foundation Membership & Donation Opportunities

Dear Friends of the East Lansing Educational Foundation:

Through wind, rain, and snow a dedicated team of community volunteers meets on the second Tuesday of each month with one ultimate goal in mind; to help raise funds to distribute to East Lansing Public Schools teachers, administrators and staff.

It has been my pleasure over the past few years to be a part of this team, better known as the East Lansing Educational Foundation, and to help raise those funds and to assist in reviewing the requests for assistance for our classrooms that come in each fall. From your donations, the ELEF was able to fund grants this year totaling over $48,000. I wanted to share just a few of those wonderful requests that were awarded this year.

East Lansing High School
$1,058.00 for two new cameras for the yearbook staff
$3,939.90 for mini iPads for the Math Department

MacDonald Middle School
$3,500.00 for a new 3-D printer

$4,760.00 for a science partnership with Impression 5 Science Center

$1,199.25 for performance stages for the music department

$2,398.00 for Ozbots for STEM enhancement programs

$718.00 for parental support literature

$3,400.00 for Drum Fit - a collaborative effort between P.E. and music classes

As you can see, students at every school in our district benefit from your generous support to the ELEF. As we enter the season of giving, I humbly ask that you once again open your hearts and your checkbooks to assist the ELEF in its mission to continue to provide that extra support our ELPS teachers, administrators, and staff so deservingly need. We all benefit from this generosity of spirit and our community is a much richer place for it. Please fill out the enclosed donation form or visit us online at: www.elef.us to contribute to the ELEF in whatever amount you can spare. All donations are extremely appreciated.

Have a safe and happy holiday season,

Blair Renfro
President, East Lansing Educational Foundation

PDF Version of Letter

Donation Form


East Lansing Educational Foundation Presents Sarah Tarpoff Creative Writing Award Winning Stories

History of the Sarah Tarpoff Creative Writing Award

The Sarah Tarpoff Creative Writing Award began in the spring of 1985 as a memorial to a young East Lansing girl named Sarah Beth Tarpoff.  She was a student at the now closed Bailey School when she died in a horse-back riding accident.  This accident occurred at the same time the school was closing.  As a result, the school’s Parent Teacher Organization decided to combine the remaining PTO assets with monies given to the Tarpoff family in Sarah’s memory to begin a writing award and a new education foundation that has become the East Lansing Educational Foundation! 

An accomplished rider, Sarah loved horses more than anything.  She also loved to write and draw, so this award program was created in her name to foster and encourage other children to express themselves through writing and drawing.

For over thirty years the Sarah Tarpoff Creative Writing Project has been open to all students in East Lansing Public Schools, from kindergarten to high school seniors, who submit an original poem, story or essay no longer than 1,000 words. Each manuscript is read and evaluated by high school students in Honors English, under the direction of their teacher, to evaluate and judge submissions. Everyone who enters receives a ribbon honoring their participation. In addition, all students, Kindergarten through grade 12, may also receive first, second, third, or honorable mention ribbons.

For many years the Creative Writing Award was organized and run by Sarah’s family, with the help of many others dedicated to encouraging the language arts.  It then transitioned into an East Lansing Educational Foundation sponsored program, retaining the core mission of encouraging creative writing within the East Lansing community and school district. First place entries are published, with parental permission, on the East Lansing Educational Foundation website and linked to the East Lansing Public Schools website.

The 2016-2017 school year 1st Prize Award-winning entries will be showcased and published on the East Lansing Educational Foundation (www.elef.us) and the East Lansing Public Schools websites following the schedule below:

  • February and March           Donley and Marble Elementary Schools
  • March and April                     Glencairn and Whitehills Elementary Schools
  • May and June                          MacDonald Middle School

The Sarah Tarpoff Writing Project will kick off this year in mid-February 2018.  This year’s deadline for submissions for the Sarah Tarpoff Writing project is Tuesday, May 1, 2018.

If you student receives a 1st Place Award-winning entry for the 2017-2018 school year and you want your student’s works published on the ELPS and ELEF websites watch for additional information with your student’s work when you receive them back in June 2018.



East Lansing Public Library

ELPL Raising Funds to Bring Pop-Up Library to East Lansing

The East Lansing Public Library (ELPL) is continuing to raise funds to bring a Pop-Up Library to East Lansing.

Pop-Up Libraries are low-speed, electric vehicles specially customized to transport and display library materials. Bringing a Pop-Up Library to East Lansing will provide ELPL with the opportunity to extend its reach outside of the library walls at special community events and destinations throughout the City.

“The vehicle will allow us to get out in the community and share what we have to offer at places like the East Lansing Farmer’s Market, the East Lansing Family Aquatic Center, schools, senior communities, area festivals and more,” said ELPL Director Kristin Shelley. “Community engagement is such an important part of what we do and we believe this vehicle will make a huge difference in how we better reach the people living in our community.”

This past April, ELPL raised more than $20,000 at its annual Books, Bites & Bids fundraising event for the Pop-Up Library. It was a record amount for the annual event, but a little more than half of the funds still need to be raised to make the Pop-Up Library a reality. With that in mind, community members interested in supporting the fundraising effort can donate a “part” to the library. Community members can give a lugnut for $25, a gas pedal for $150 and/or a tire for $500. Donations of any amount are welcome!

Community members can learn more about supporting the Pop-Up Library at https://www.elpl.org/browse_program/pop-up-library/ or by calling ELPL at (517) 351-2420.

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Monthly Newsletter

PDF DocumentNovember 2017 Newsletter

PDF DocumentReminder: Every child attending school in East Lansing gets a FREE library card!

East Lansing Soccer Club 2018 Kindergarten Soccer

Starting the week of April 23 and ends May 23, 2018

Look for REGISTRATION, then KINDERGARTEN to register.

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EveryoneOn is a national nonprofit working to eliminate the digital divide by making high-speed, low-cost Internet service and computers, and free digital literacy courses accessible to all unconnected Americans. Through partnerships with local Internet service providers, EveryoneOn is able to offer free or $9.95 home Internet service in 48 states and the District of Columbia. We work with device refurbishers, so individuals and their families can purchase discounted devices, including $150 tablets and $199 laptops.



Fenner Nature Center ‘Go Wild’ Day Camp


Register by phone, in person, or by mail starting March 1st for members or April 1st for non-members. 50% Deposit of total camp fees required at the time of registration.

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Grand Rapids Academic Summer Programs (GRASP)

The GRASP program is a summer math and reading correspondence program for grades Kindergarten to 8th. Children receive a packet of materials with a booklet containing 9 lessons. They complete one lesson a week or work at their own pace. They mail the lessons to GRASP where they are scored and returned to the children with comments.

We also have an on-line version of GRASP for students in 4th to 8th Grade.

Children successfully completing at least 7 lessons with 70% accuracy are awarded a certificate. Those successfully completing all 9 lessons with 70% accuracy receive a medal.


Greater Lansing Michigan Convention & Visitors Bureau: Be a Tourist in Your Own Town

Saturday, June 2, 2018
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

A world of possibilities in your backyard!
Explore over 90 area attractions, great local businesses and
more! Get your passport stamped to win great prizes!

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Howell Nature Center Summer Camps

Featuring Overnight Summer Nature Camps

Special Nature Schola rshipson a First-Come Basis

Amazing Overnight Nature Programs
For kids in grades 3rd – 12th

  • One-week Overnight Nature Camps for boys and girls 3rd – 6th grades
  • One-week Naturalist-In-Training Camp for boys and girls 7th – 8th grades
  • One-week Excursion Camps for boys and girls
  • 7th – 12th grades (Excursions include cool places like the Sleeping Bear Dunes and Pictured Rocks)

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Impression 5

Swing into Science!

Explore friction ・ Experience force in motion ・ Paint with physics Include More Activities!

Date/Time: Sat. April 28, 2018
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Place: Impression 5
Downtown Lansing

Cost: Regular Admission
FREE for Members!

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Ingham ISD Kids' College 2018

The Gifted and Talented Office of Ingham Intermediate School District and Michigan State University are pleased to announce the thirty-first year of Kids’ College for talented students. This collaborative venture improves and expands educational offerings for students who have outstanding abilities and/or potential talent in the content areas of science, technology, engineering and math. The content focus for 2018 is “Energy.”

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Ingham Intermediate School District Monthly Newsletter - Ingham Insight

Ingham Interdmediate School District's "Ingham Insight" Newsletter

This monthly newsletter has been created to share stories with our community. 

Link to Ingham Insights March 2018 Newsletter

Ingham Intermediate School District STEAM Geekend Camp

The STEAM Geekend Camp will focus on providing STEAM education that incorporates hands-on, project-based learning for students in grades 4-6 based on the Next Generation Science Standards. Students will make connections to the types of high-wage, high-demand jobs available in the STEAM pathway for career exploration.

For Students in Grades 4-6
April 28, 2018

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Lansing Police Department’s 125th Anniversary Celebration

Lansing Police Department’s125th Anniversary Celebration

  • Free admission & parking
  • Historical photos, displays & memorabilia
  •  Appearances by special units including honor guard, Police K-9 & dive team
  • Special activities for kids & more!

Saturday, May 5
10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Lansing Center, 333 E. Michigan Ave.

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MASCOT 2018 Mathematics Augmentation Series: Cultivating Optimal Teaching

The topics of MASCOT are intended to supplement, complement and extend mathematics taught in the regular school program. The choice of topics is based on current research in the field and knowledge about how children learn. The instructional strategies emphasize cooperative learning and build on children’s prior mathematical knowledge.

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MSU hosts 2018 Fascination of Plants Day

From website:
The Fascination of Plants Day is a worldwide event promoted by the European Plant Science Organization. It aims to enthuse the public about the importance of plant science in their day-to-day lives – such as in agriculture, pharmaceuticals, etc. The event will take place alongside hundreds of others worldwide.


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MSU Summer Camps

Broad Summer Art Camp

Learn to see differently, rethink the familiar, and explore the endless possibilities of art-making.
Register by March 31 for a $50 discount!
Camp meets for weekly sessions, 9am–3pm daily. $250 per week.

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Discover MSU Women in Engineeering Summer Camps

Lady Spartans: Women in Engineering (WIE)

What: This camp is designed to introduce various disciplines of engineering and engage prospective women engineering students to role models for their future professional careers. University and lab tours will complement this group-based project camp. Engineers are people who use communication skills, creativity and problem solving skills to dream up, design, improve and build things that matter.

Who: 9th-12th graders in Fall 2018

Where: Michigan State University, residential

When: June 17-21, 2018; all day

Cost: $825

Spartan Girls in Engineering

A program designed to expose girls to engineering. Campers participate
in hands-on activities, learn from engineering faculty and professionals, as well as participate in engaging projects.

Who: 6th-8th graders in Fall 2018

Where: Michigan State University, commuter

When: July 16-20, 2018; 8:00 AM-Noon

Cost: $295


Language Summer Camps for Children and Teens

Our summer camps introduce children (ages 6-12) and teens (13+) to different languages and cultures by providing a fun learning environment that focuses on hands-on activities and interactions in the target language. No prior knowledge is required and children of higher levels can be accommodated. Camps meet from 8:30-4:00 pm in Wells Hall.  Morning-only options (8:30-12:00 pm) are available for all kids camps.

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Play Math this summer at the MSU Mathematics Department 2018 Summer Camps

Detailed course descriptions, introductions to the staff, and online registration can be found on our website: https://iota.math.msu.edu/k12-outreach/

MSU Mathematics Department camps are designed to foster curiosity, creativity, wonder, and enjoyment of mathematical ideas and reasoning. Daily activities will include a variety of fun games, puzzles, explorations and activities.

Please contact MSU Mathematics Department Outreach Coordinator Ashley Ahlin at ahlin@math.msu.edu with any questions.

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Spartan Engineering Summer Camps

Thinking about becoming an engineer? Explore engineering before you even enter college!
Our pre-college engineering programs will show you how to bring your intellect and
creativity together to have fun, solve problems, and discover your career interests.

For application deadlines and information to register, please visit our website: http://www.egr.msu.edu/future-engineer/programs

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Volleyball Girls Resident and Commuter Camps

July 14
College Prep Camp

July 15-17
Competitive Team Overnight/Day Camp

July 15-17
ShootoutTeam Day Camp

July 19-21
General Skills Day Camp

July 22-24
All Skills Overnight Camp

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Mystic Lake YMCA Camp 2018 Overnight Programs for Boys and Girls


Overnight Camp • Specialty Camps • Teen Adventure Camps
Leadership Programs • Family Camping


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Raptor Water Polo

Middle School Water Polo for Boys and Girls in Grades 5-8

Our co-ed program is designed to have fun, make friends, and educate kids on becoming successful and overcoming obstacles by using the most exciting, actionpacked team sports there is. The middle school program focuses on skills instruction and using skills learned in practices in our weekly in-house tournaments.

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High School Boys Water Polo

Raptor Spring 2018 Boys High School Water Polo is open to all Mid-Michigan area athletes who are interested in improving and refining their water polo skills. Practices will be geared toward skill development, strategy and game planning, and strength and conditioning. No experience is required, and we encourage both novice and experienced athletes to participate.

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Spartan Engineering Summer Camps

Thinking about becoming an engineer? Explore engineering before you even enter college!

Our pre-college engineering programs wil lshow you how to bring your intellect and
creativity together to have fun, solve problems, and discover your career interests.

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Spartan Sprouts Soccer Camp LLC 2018

Spartan Sprouts Soccer Camp LLC is designed to provide youth players with an outstanding soccer learning experience. The sessions feature a positive learning environment in all aspects of soccer, from individual to group activities. Sprouts camp is open to all boys and girls ages 5-9, and is geared to the young developing player or first time player. Players will be instructed by members of the MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY SOCCER STAFF as well as current and former varsity players.

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Spring Visual Arts Show featuring Artwork from all Elementary Schools, MacDonald Middle School, and ELHS Fiber Arts class

May 4-24th

(Scene) Metrospace Art Gallery

110 Charles St
East Lansing, MI 48823

Youth Athletic Association Youth Basketball

Youth Athletic Association will host a basketball league for Boys and Girls K-4th grade at Court One Training Center-7868 Old M-78 East Lansing, MI. This 5 week season first game is Saturday May 5th.
First Practice will be on Friday April 27 (Rest of practices will be on Wednesday’s)

Sign up NOW Online Only
@ www.yaasports.org
Deadline is Friday April 20th

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Zookambi Summer Camp at Potter Park Zoo

No other camp is this WILD!

Potter Park Zoo  has the wildest weeks of summer camp available in Michigan!

Students from grades 1-12 will see fantasticanimal presentations,learn amazing facts with a variety of hands-on activities and experience adventures that typical zoo visitors can't.

Classes are offered in the morning, afternoon, or all day! Early drop-off and late pick-up is available.

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