Northwest Kid's Kollege Science camps explore geocaching, environment

     

     

     

    Pictured left: Kid’s Kollege at Northwest Mississippi Community College offered a class in Treasure Hunting using geocaching. These students learned to use  a GPS to find treasure. Left to right are Hunter Long and Hunter Dye, both of Coldwater and Chloe Grant, Tai Henrichs and Anna Clark all of Senatobia. Also pictured is Northwest instructor Dr. Carol Cleveland, who offered the class this summer. Not pictured is Landis Kim of Nesbit. (Photo by LaJuan Tallo)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Pictured Right: Students in Do-It-Yourself Science at this year’s Kid’s Kollege at Northwest Mississippi Community College learned to investigate science in the world around them. Front row, left to right are Lex Davidson and Bethany Williams, both of Senatobia; Presley Smith of Hernando, Bodie Meredith of Coldwater and Sarah An and Vivian Jackson, both of Hernando. Second row, T.J. Dickerson, K.K. Dickerson, Colby Grant, Seth Barlow and Hailey Bubsy, all of Senatobia; Lydia An of Hernando, Megan Colley and Jerry Barlow, both of Senatobia; Noah Williams of Batesville and Avery Martin of Sardis. Not pictured is Lee Colley of Senatobia. (Photo by Justin Ford)