STEM Summer in the City 2016
In addition to weekly STEM challenges, involving coding & game design, developing engineering solutions and inventing with robotics, the program also includes enrichment opportunities in the Arts, Physical Education and includes trips to NYC cultural institutions. This summer we are looking to pilot a Minecraft track where all students will be able to build and share their creations in Microsoft’s new Minecraft portal for schools.
- Students are accepted into this program via a lottery.
- Program runs from July 7, 2016 to August 11, 2016
- Monday through Thursdays from 8:30 – 2: 30 (the only Friday scheduled is July 8, 2016)
- Breakfast and lunch are included
- Metrocards are provided
- There are two sites in each borough, one for the elementary program and the other for middle and high school students.
Manhattan—– P.S. 166 THE RICHARD RODGERS SCHOOL OF THE ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
DEBRA MASTRIANO, PRINCIPAL
132 WEST 89 STREET, MANHATTAN, NY 10024
A free, five-week program designed to provide current 2nd through 5th graders with the opportunity to participate in an innovative, engaging, and fun summer learning program designed specifically around science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Students will solve engineering problems, invent solutions using littleBits and learn to code.
July 7th – Aug 11th Monday to Thursday 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Program Locations Bronx: Fairmont Neighborhood School
Brooklyn: P.S. 006
Manhattan: P.S. 166 The Richard Rodgers School of
The Arts and Technology Queens: P.S. 182 Samantha Smith
Staten Island: P.S. 069 Daniel D. Tompkins
- Engaging, hands-on STEM activities that will prepare students for success in the upcoming school year and beyond
- Arts, recreational activities and trips to NYC cultural institutions
Daily breakfast and lunch
**** To Apply – please use the online application!
You can access the application from any device, including your smart phone – go to:
DON’T DELAY – APPLY TODAY
Space in this free summer program is limited. Submitting an application does not guarantee placement in the STEM Summer in the City program. Should the number of applicants exceed the number of available seats, participants will be randomly selected from the pool of applicants. Students who are offered a placement in the program must commit to attending every day of the program.
Applications are now open and will close on May 20, 2016. You must use the application that matches your child’s current grade (e.g. if a student is in 4th grade, choose the Grade 4 application). Just click on the links below to complete the simple application.