Summer Science Camp (4-6)

Summer Science Camp - Grade 4-6

2021 Summer Science Camp

The Young Scientist Summer Camp is an amazing opportunity for students enrolled in the Davis School District, 4th-6th grades, to spend time doing what they love... SCIENCE.  The entire class is packed full of science AWESOMENESS. The student experience focuses on the cross cutting concepts of science, science practices used by scientists across the world, and deepening student understanding of core science concepts.  This is all achieved while students simultaneously build social skills, think in collaborative ways, and experience science in the world around them.

Camp Schedule

The camp runs about six hours per day for four days (Monday through Thursday).  There will be three identical sessions held in June. June 7-10, June 14 -17 and June 21 - 24.

A detailed weekly schedule can be downloaded below. (It will be available as soon as possible.) It will also be emailed to you, including drop off and pick up times and locations, when your child is registered.

Weekly Schedule - Not yet available.

2021 Planned Activities

  • Hill Air Force Base

  • Science investigations

  • Engineering tasks and challenges

  • IMAX Movie

  • Designing and launching hot air balloons

  • Coding

  • And Much More!!!

Drop Off and Pick Up Information

Students will be picked up by a school bus at one of 3 locations in the district:

Bountiful Jr., Kaysville Jr. and North Davis Jr.

See Weekly Schedule for more information.

Registration will open soon! Check back soon!

The registration link will be pasted as soon as it opens.

Sessions fill quickly, so please register in plenty of time to have a choice of sessions. If you have questions, please call Julie Sargent at 801-402-5128 or email jsargent@dsdmail.net

Need more info? - Send an email to the CAMP Directors:

Sonya Nelson (snelson@dsdmail.net) is the amazing camp director and is a current teacher in the Davis School District. If you have a question or need more information, drop her an email. She looks forward to performing fantastic feats of summer science with your students!