Christ Covenant Camp

Grade Level
Rising 1st-6th

Current, new, & non-CCS students are welcome!

June 1st-3rd &
August 8th-10th

9am-12noon

Cost
$110 (3-day week)

Welcome all junior brickmasters!!! We’re excited to work on Lego projects that help students to observe the world around them, learn principles of design, plan a project, and then execute that plan, all while having tons of fun. Each day we’ll focus on one aspect of design. Students will learn about real-world examples of why that aspect is important and then create a Lego project that incorporates the design elements they are learning. Projects will be interspersed with fun activities, Lego building techniques, working with motors and periods of peer review where your junior builder will learn to give and receive helpful advice on how to improve a build.

What to Bring
Snack, Water Bottle (labeled)

What to Wear
No specific requirements other
than modest dress.

Arrival
Please arrive ten minutes early. Once you have entered the Upper School drive, veer right to proceed to the overhang at the front entrance. A staff member will be there to greet you and your child(ren). Feel free to use this drop-off service for your convenience, but you may also park in the parking lot and walk your child(ren) to the check-in desk attendant. If this is preferred, once entering our campus, you may continue straight towards the athletic fields for parking.

Dismissal
Please arrive ten minutes early. Once you have entered the Upper School drive, veer right to proceed to the overhang at the front entrance. A staff member will be there to retrieve your name, which must be on the approved pickup list provided at registration. Feel free to use this pick-up service for your convenience, but you may also park in the parking lot and walk inside to pick-up
your child(ren). If this is preferred, once entering our campus, you may continue straight towards the
athletic fields for parking.

Meet The Staff

Meet The Staff

Nathan and Robin Hudson

Nathan and Robin Hudson have been married for 12 years and have four kids, all who love legos (even their 2-year-old).  Robin grew up in Texas, California, and North Carolina before graduating from Virginia Tech with a bachelor’s in architecture.  She worked in architecture for over a decade designing schools, restaurants, retail stores, and even a Ronald McDonald house expansion.  Nathan grew up in Ohio before coming to North Carolina for graduate school.  He studied physics and biology at Kent State University and received a PhD in physics from UNC-Chapel Hill. He did five years of research at Harvard Medical School before getting a job in the ECU department of physics where he has worked the past 5 years. Nathan was a coach and Robin was a design advisor to a lego league jr team. Outside of their work and kids, they enjoy traveling, home renovation projects, board games, and serving at their church.