Students in SCOPE program explore arts and sciences

Students in the SCOPE program make brownies in a cooking class.
Students in the SCOPE program make brownies in a cooking class.

Students had an opportunity to do hands-on projects with science, math and art in the SCOPE summer program. Students had many different classes to choose from including rocketry, video production, origami, French, cooking, digital photography, robotics, animation, painting, drawing and Pinterest.

High school students from North and East volunteered to help with the classes.

SCOPE, which stands for Summer Curriculum Opportunities for Personal Expression, is a summer program designed to provide fun and exciting educational opportunities for identified gifted students from the Wichita Public Schools and outlying districts.

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