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Hamburg High School Hosts STEM Camp

Hamburg High School hosted its annual STEM Camp in August.

The camp is an experience for incoming ninth graders interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Campers participated in two out of seven courses: Art and Science of Baking, Aviation, Food Exploration, Art of Cosmetics, Scratch Programming, Sports Science and Video STEMfinity.

A total of 52 students registered for this year’s camp. This was the second year of the Hamburg STEM Camp, a partnership between Erie 1 BOCES and Hamburg Central Schools.

Applying makeup to simulate aging, from left: Kiara Shanks; Ana Fusco, E1B instructor; and Adeline Ford.
Above: Applying makeup to simulate aging, from left: Kiara Shanks; Ana Fusco, E1B instructor; and Adeline Ford.

From left, Jenna Jablonski, Grace Sauda and Joe Gibbons with student-made pizzas and a calzone hot out of the oven.
Above: From left, Jenna Jablonski, Grace Sauda and Joe Gibbons with student-made pizzas and a calzone hot out of the oven.

Practicing techniques to stay physically fit are Ryan Rogers, foreground, with, from left, Mike Schermerhorn, E1B instructor; Jack Skora; Delaney O’Brien; and Jane Wright, E1B instructor.
Above: Practicing techniques to stay physically fit are Ryan Rogers, foreground, with, from left, Mike Schermerhorn, E1B instructor; Jack Skora; Delaney O’Brien; and Jane Wright, E1B instructor.

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