Carroll County Public Schools will be holding Camp Invention at various regional locations this summer in partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Camp Invention is a nationwide K-6 STEM summer camp providing in-person and at-home learning opportunities. Camp Invention is open to all CCPS students K-6. Students may choose to participate in-person or virtually.
Camp locations and dates are listed below:
- Manchester Elementary School (June 21-25)
- William Winchester Elementary School (June 28-July 2)
- Linton Springs Elementary School (at Century HS due to parking lot paving) (June 28-July 2)
- Mount Airy Elementary School (June 28-July 2)
- Friendship Valley Elementary School (June 28-July 2).
Camp Invention Summer Program Overview
For additional information on Camp Invention, go to https://experience.invent.org/
Students may register online at Program Search (ungerboeck.com).
Here’s what a few Carroll County parents had to say about Camp Invention:
Both of my girls loved the camp! Since it ended, they’ve been inventing their own STEM activities almost daily and are calling themselves scientists. They are repurposing materials around the house and being more creative with hands-on materials. – Joe R., Sykesville
My son absolutely loved this camp and every activity. When asked which activity was his favorite, he said ‘All of them!’ – Laura/David W., Mt. Airy
Camp was the best thing to happen to my child since the shutdown. He found so much joy in the interactions and the ability to be creative. He’s talking about and using these skills every day. Thank you for the experience. – Loretta K., Sykesville