Overview of STEMboree
• Smilin V Scout Ranch, Liberty Hill. See council for directions and maps.
• Activities all day on Saturday
• Check-in Saturday from 8:30-9:30 AM. Saturday evening activities and overnight camping to Sunday is optional .
• Cubs may attend STEMboree with their families or dens or packs. Each youth must have a designated responsible adult on site. Lions, Tigers, and siblings must have a Parent/Guardian with them at all times.
• Cub families are responsible for their own food (Saturday lunch) and if staying for evening activities (Saturday dinner) and if camping overnight (Sunday breakfast).
• You will choose classes on the online registration form. After registering, you may change classes online or at check-in as long as the class has space.
Checklist of things to bring:
• Medical form A&B for every participant
• Refillable water bottle for every participant.
• Food: lunch, optional snacks & dinner & breakfast
• Camp chair
• Book(s) to exchange with the Little STEM Library
• If camping, backpack or wagon to transport camping gear.
SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 2022
8:30-9:30 AM - Check in opens - you MUST register in advance
9:30 AM - Opening Ceremony
9:45 AM-3:15 PM - Classes and open STEM activities, lunch on your own 12-1
3:30-5:30 PM - Open STEM Activities, open shooting, set up camp
5:30-7:30 PM - Dinner on your own
7:30-10:00 PM - Evening STEM activities and Star Party
SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 2022
7:30-9:00 AM - Breakfast on your own, pack and clean up
9:00 AM - Flags, Scouts Own STEM Service
9:15 AM - Closing Ceremony
9:30 AM - Depart
See the Guidebook for class descriptions and more information
In order to completely finish any NOVA Award, Requirement 1 requires one hour (for Cubs) of watching or reading about your STEM topic. Visit our Little STEM Library and read a while at STEMboree to complete this requirement. Cubs may bring a gently used STEM book and exchange it to take another book home with them! Borrow as many as you wish to read during camp. Examples include books about volcanoes, sharks, bugs, trucks, castles, animals, and cool science experiments. Alternatively, youth may watch or read at home and bring questions to ask their counselor after class.