Students who love robotics can enroll in an upcoming robotics camp.

Center Grove’s Red Alert Robotics Team is offering a robotics camp this summer.

Joanne Lovrinic, communications director for the organization, tells you what you need to know.

When is the camp?

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8 a.m. to noon July 17 to 21 at the Center Grove Innovation Center, 4800 Stones Crossing Road, Greenwood.

How much is the camp?

Cost of the camp is $125 per camper.

Who can attend?

The camp is open to children entering third through sixth grade. Children from any school district or who are homeschooled are welcome.

How maNy students can enroll?

There is room for a maximum of 30 campers.

Why did you plan the camp?

As a FIRST team, Red Alert Robotics 1741 has a mission of community outreach through fun, educational activities such as robot demonstrations, STEM fairs and STEM camp. The Radical Robots camp is planned and conducted by the high school team members to get younger kids excited about STEM and specifically, robots.

What can students expect to learn?

Each day of camp features a variety of themed hands-on activities, ranging from biology to chemistry to aeronautics, as well as opportunities to design, build, program and test robots.

Where does the money go?

The fees from camp are used by Red Alert Robotics to cover the cost of the camp and help defray outreach and other team expenses during the year.

How do I register my student?

redalert1741.org