We are pleased to bring a new STEM program, “Kids Map the Earth” to McKinley this spring!

This program provides kids a way to examine the world by making digital maps. Each week participants will do different mapping projects (i.e. map your neighborhood, discover your water source, track animal behaviors, find the world’s fastest roller coasters, etc.) and get exposed to the amazing science of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) that is used for Google Maps, Zillow, and 3D Modeling. Learn about environmental stewardship with our fun tech program!

The 8-week program is run by a BootcampGIS certified instructor on campus at McKinley. NOTE: BootcampGIS and SingAndSpeakSpanish (the program that delivers Spanish each week to McKinley classes) are part of the same enrichment organization. We know and love McKinley!

All equipment will be provided for participants.

Cost: $200
Grades: 2nd-5th
When: Thursdays from April 13-June 1 at 12:20pm-1:20pm
Where: McKinley Elementary, Room 3

For more information, to watch a video about the program, and to register online please visit https://kidsmap.bootcampgis.com/. NOTE: You will be able to select “McKinley” within the registration.

Questions or need additional information? Contact Andres Abeyta at (619) 215-9103 ext. 2 or at andres@singandspeakspanish.com.

For assistance with Registration:
Phone: (855) 698-2555
Email: kidsmap@bootcampgis.com