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Micron Tech Camp is A VIRTUAL Science and Engineering Camp for students who have completed 7th or 8th grade, presented by the Micron Foundation

Tech Camp is our three-day, three hours per day virtual experience that focuses on hands-on science and engineering activities related to the semiconductor industry. Registered campers will receive a kit containing all the materials needed for the hands-on activities led by Micron professionals. The camp will be provided using the Zoom platform; students will need to have access to a laptop or chrome-book device and reliable internet connection. This camp is provided free of charge. Click the link below for more information.

Micron Tech Camp Information

Idaho Codes is a sponsored, summer computer science program for current 7th-12th grade students that offers coding and programming courses. Attached is a written overview of the 2021 summer program and here is a brief video promo as well: This program is available in every single school district in Idaho, either On-Campus or Online, and we encourage students to participate no matter coding ability, demographics, or geography.

Thanks to sponsors and donors, Idaho Codes is sponsored for the first 1,000 students to register. We have three curriculum providers with courses in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, REACT, and AWS Cloud Foundations. The summer program runs June 14th-July 23rd, Monday-Friday, and students can register at

We are also hosting a virtual Information Night for students and parents on Monday, April 5th at 6pm. Attached is a digital flier for the event and here is the direct link to join the Info Night:

The number of youth using e-cigarettes is so high, it has been described as an "epidemic." E-cigs may take the shape of a USB flash drive which allows youth to avoid detection. Parents and educators can help prevent and reduce the use of all tobacco products in our schools and at home by being aware and alert. Learn more with this fact sheet:

5 Things You Need to Know About Vaping in 2019 (1).pdf

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