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Trackout Camp Schedule


Trackout Camp schedule 

Camp Schedule: 9 am - 5 pm 

Extended hours are available if requested.

For all grades: All math sessions will be focused towards preparing for the next grade level. We will provide IEP for each student.

No partial week enrollment for Robotics camp.

WCPSS Track Week Of Theme / Topic (Grade Level)
3 11/07/2016 to 11/11/2016 Optics (Mirrors, Lenses, Microscope and Telescopes)
2 11/14/2016 to 11/18/2016 Aerodynamics & Hydrodynamics
2 11/21/2016 to 11/25/2016 Astronomy
2 11/28/2016 to 12/02/2016 Human Body
1 12/05/2016 to 12/09/2016 Aerodynamics & Hydrodynamics
1 12/12/2016 to 12/16/2016 Astronomy (Do not enroll)
1 12/19/2016 to 12/23/2016 Human Body
4 12/26/2016 to 12/30/2016 Aerodynamics & Hydrodynamics
4 01/02/2017 to 01/06/2017 Astronomy
4 01/09/2017 to 01/13/2017 Human Body
3 01/16/2017 to 01/20/2017 Aerodynamics & Hydrodynamics
3 01/23//2017 to 01/27/2017 Astronomy
3 01/30/2017 to 02/03/2017 Human Body


Note:      All camps are from Monday-Friday unless specified otherwise.  For Robotics weeks add $20 to your payments if your child would like a take home robot.   This camp includes Science,  Math,  and Art classes throughout the day.   Also, you will have fun activities like bowling and basketball or tennis or chess or badminton and visits to a park etc.  


Sample agenda:

Here is our agenda for the week: 

08:00 am - 09:00 am  Before care (Must request at least a day in advance)
09:00 am - 10:00 am drop off-am snack-free play
10:00 am - 11:00 am: Math
11:00 - 12:00  :   Art class
12:00 - 1:00 -  Lunch and Free Play
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm :  Spanish
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm : Snack break
3:00 pm -4:00 pm : Rockets
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm -K'nex challenge
4:30 pm- 5:00 pm Free play, clean up and pick up
5.00 pm - 06:00 pm  After care (Must request at least a day in advance)
Field Trip:
Thursday: Bowling at Buffloe Lane (We will pay for bowling and shoe rentals. Children can bring $$ if they want to have a snack or play arcade.)
Friday Party:  
Please bring some snacks to share with other students.  We can provide the rest (popcorn, face painting if you choose and a movie.)

Science Topics for the week:


Forensic Science

Do you enjoy Finding a culprit with techniques that use Forensic Science? Learn how these techniques work and enjoy being a great detective.



Do you dream about going to space? Want to design, build, and fly your very own model rocket? You can - in this introduction to the exciting world of rocketry!


Rocks and Crystals

Here is a camp you'll find just a taste of some of the knowledge behind rocks, gems and minerals. From how a crystal is formed, or where in the world a mineral type can be found, to what makes one gemstone more valuable than another.


Electrical Engineering

Do you enjoy playing with toys and gadgets that use electrical circuits and electricity? Learn how these items work and enjoy building several fun circuits that will create light and sound effects. We will use squishy circuits techniques.  You can create your own batteries and use in your circuits.


Chemistry Experiments 

Have you ever noticed how many different chemicals we use every day? What are they all for? You will study what they are and how they affect the human body.


Bugs and Insects

Visit the fascinating world of bugs and insects, the most diverse groups of animals on the planet. Learn about their environment, habitat, and life cycles. Are the insects and bugs our friends or enemy? Campers will create their own dioramas.

1:47 PM 12/28/2014


Solar System

Lean fun facts about the planets and their moons. Look at the asteroid belt, which lies between Mars and Jupiter. Design your own planet based on the properties you learned.


Mass, Density, and Volume

Campers will participate in hands-on experiments to learn how the density of a material varies with temperature and pressure and what happens when you mix liquids with different densities. Find out how the density, mass and volume of an object are related. Perform fun experiments to understand the concept of what sinks and what floats.


Kinetic and Potential Energy

Have you seen an object hanging off of a glider or falling from a height? How does a rocket go into space and orbit around a planet? Campers will learn what forces act on objects.



Learn about optics, an exciting branch of physics! Learn about the reflective and refractive properties of light and how these are used in astronomy, engineering, and photography. Perform hands-on experiments using mirrors, lenses, telescopes, and microscopes. Campers get to create their own periscope or kaleidoscope to take home.



Have you seen machines and tools that help us complete tasks more efficiently? Learn about different types of machines and participate in the creative design of a machine.


Electrical Engineering

Do you enjoy playing with toys and gadgets that use electrical circuits and electricity? Learn how these items work and enjoy building several fun circuits that will create light and sound effects.




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