We asked some of our new campers to reflect on their first week at camp. Here are their highlights:
I came to Sci-Tech from my home in Nahariya Israel, as one of the 12 Israeli mishlachat for the summer. Mishlachat is the hebrew word for delegation, and at Sci-Tech
Everyday campers here at Sci-Tech come together as either lower or upper camp for Sababa time on the Main Lawn. They play Gaga, make friendship bracelets, and most importantly spend time
This week, our sister URJ Camp, Camp Coleman in Georgia sent us a tallit, a shawl with four fringes that we wear to remind us of the mizvot that God
This Shabbat, our campers demonstrated their patience (savlanut) through stop motion animations. Stop motion animation takes a lot of patience as it requires many individually photographed frames being pieced together.
Everything can be broken down into physics and mathematics and in understanding the smallest motions here on Earth, we can in turn understand the laws governing the planets, stars, galaxies,
Opening day here at Sci-Tech is something children from all over the country wait for all year. As cars pulled up to the hockey rink, we watched familiar faces and
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