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Ages 9 - 17 years
Whidbey Islanders have the privilege and the opportunity to learn archery from a national level coach! This archery clinic will cover proper shooting techniques, equipment selection, training and plenty of hands-on fun: This camp is designed to present the lifetime recreational activity of archery in a broad perspective for future use as a recreational pursuit. Archery will go rain or shine, so students should come prepared for the weather. Participants must be ready and able to stay focused for the entire session.
Mon - Fri, Aug 15 - 19 | 11:30am - 1:00pm
OR Mon—Fri, Aug 15 - 19 | 1:30pm—3:00pm - CLASS FULL
Mon—Fri, Aug 15—19 | 3:30pm—5:00pm
Instructor: Coach Bill Stinson has been a professional archery coach and sports educator for 30 years. Coach Bill holds certification from USA Archery (Level 3), National Archery in the Schools trainer and NFAA Ellite Coach and has coached several national levels competitions. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Community Park field at the north entrance
Introduction to Arduino
Learn to use an Arduino micro processor
Ages 10+ or by permission
Starting with a simple LED circuit, this class is for those who want to learn Arduino as part of their robotics class or program. Each student will get their own Arduino kit to begin building circuits and learning how to program the Arduino to build your great idea. Classes will cover Arduino hardware, interfacing with wires, resistors, capacitors, sensors, other circuits and how to begin programming your Arduino.
Bring: laptop computer, water, lunch, snacks.
Min 2/Max 10
Location: Atlantis STEAM space at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 6309 Wilson Pl, Clinton.
Dates/Time: Mon-Fri | Aug 15-19 | 9am-12pm
*Add’l $100 materials fee due directly to instructor at first session. Students will receive their own Arduino kit with Arduino, breadboard, wires, sensors, resisters, etc.
Instructor: Ashley McConnaughey has 7 years’ experience as a mentor of underwater robotics teams. email@example.com (425) 320-7849
Making Parts Work
Entering Grades 6 - 12
In a week of building and testing, students will experiment with creating parts of a working robot using various materials: from re-purposed MacGyver style materials, to off-the-shelf parts. Learning circuits, motor controllers, pistons, actuators, electronics soldering, and mechanics, students will utilize these skills to build and test their ideas. While the skills learned are applicable for any basic robot, this class is particularly geared toward skills and bot parts useful to students competing in underwater robotics. Preference given to students who wish to compete in underwater robotics and former Atlantis students; new students should have serious interest in robotics.
Bring: water, lunch and snacks.
Min 3/Max 12
Location: Atlantis STEAM space at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church 6309 Wilson Pl, Clinton
Dates/Time: Mon-Fri | Aug 22-26 | 10am-3pm
*Add’l $50 materials fee due paid directly to instructor at first session.
Instructors: Class mentors have coached international championship underwater robotics teams.Provides multiple robotics parts to investigate.Teachers include Ashley McConnaughey, Rob Setlow and occasional members of winning Atlantis ROV Team. firstname.lastname@example.org (425)320-7849
beginning July 28
British Soccer Camps
August 8 - 12