hosted the Great STEM Adventure Camp in June for 550 area students in grades 5 to 8. Students had the opportunity to explore topics in science, technology, engineering and matematics through hands-on, inquiry-based activities. A good time was had by all! Campers visited BAHS for investigations of neurobiology, sensory biology, and human anatomy and physiology. Leading the enthusiastic scientists were Dr. Surmacz, Mrs. Diltz, BAHS laboratory coordinator, and Alex Hoke, graduate assistant.