PROJECT NEXT GENERATION
The Robert R. Jones Library is a host site for Project Next Generation, a statewide mentoring program that encourages personal growth and the educational development of at risk students through the use of mentors, technology and library based group projects. The Secretary of State sponsored PNG program is funded using Library Services and Technology Act funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library services.
PROJECT NEXT GENERATION FUNDED PROGRAMMING
July 10th - July 24th
from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
for BOYS & GIRLS AGE 8-18
Create a website using HTML and CSS from scratch! This special summer camp will allow your child to learn HTML and CSS by building a professional website with modern front end development techniques.
Participants will work with CSS to build their website's layout while learning to integrate custom fonts and images and incorporate CSS based animations.
This program is free for boys and girls grades 5 - 12. Participants are required to bring a laptop.
Tuesday, July 30th
Thursday, August 1st
Tuesday, August 6th
Thursday, August 8th
Tuesday, August 13th
Thursday, August 15th
Tuesday, August 20th (rain date)
Tuesdays and Thursdays
July 30th - August 20th
from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
6-PART ROCKETRY WORKSHOP
for BOYS & GIRLS GRADES 6-12
Teens grades 6-12 are invited to explore the science of rocketry! This special summer program will allow your teen to design a level 2 rocket by hand, build a launch pad, and test launch their rockets.
Participants will learn the skills of soldering, completing simple wire circuitry, model building, and applied calculus to determine launch height.
This program is free for boys and girls grades 6th - 12th. This is a six-part series and attendance at all six sessions is required. Space is limited.