PRESS PHOTOS BY ANITA HIRSCHInstructor Melanie Hoderewski for the Inventioneering class describes how to construct a catapult, which the students took outdoors to see how far it would shoot a marshmallow.
Micah Bickel of Springhouse Middle School displays his catapult in the Inventioneering class.
Anna Bodnar from Springhouse Middle School, Nick Schlicher from Northwestern Lehigh Middle School, Ryan Naradko from Schnecksville Elementary, Dakota Hoppes from Eyer Middle School and Eric Frieay from Orefield Middle School work on their catapults for the Inventioneering class.
Ryan Boulrice of Lower Macungie Middle School, Nolan Montes from Springhouse Middle School, and Logan Berfield from Slatington Elementary, workon their catapults in the Inventioneering class.
Angelina Hernandez from Bethlehem Christian School, Caden Moyer from Jaindl Elementary, Ethan Konyak, Hayley Schlicher, Kaden Moyer and Kaylee Konyak, all from Weisenberg Elementary, made cookie dough in the Just Desserts class.
Aricka Creyer from Northern Lehigh Middle School, Keira Davies from Lower Macungie Middle School and Celeste Levinson from Eyer Middle School use the electric beater in the Just Desserts class where they are learning to bake cupcakes, pies and cookies from scratch with their instructor Lori Dreisbach.
Shannon Gordon and Meghan Coble, both from Lehigh Valley Academy, and Arnav Jain from Springhouse Middle School try to remove all the fudge batter from the pot in the Just Desserts class. In the background is Kaylee Konyak from Weisenberg Elementary School.
Alana Hepell and Kayley Hansen, both from Southern Lehigh Middle School, explored game design concepts as they learn to code games in the Digital Knight class.
Ari Powers from the Jewish Day School and Joseph Groyan from Springhouse Middle School in the Digital Knight class learned to code games with dialogue between characters.
LCTI offers summer camp for area students
Students in grades five through eight recently took part in a two-week long session at Camp Lehigh Career and Technical Institute, where they could spend a week in four classes of their choice.
The classes were not only fun but they helped the students with career exploration.
Some of the choices were Compufun, Cuisinartists, Digital Padawan and Forensic Fun.
There were 21 classes from which to choose.
They were only available in June so look out for the classes next year.