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KAMP 2018 --- Check in at the Eyestone Building
Check in is now in progress. Registrations are still available on site at Rock Springs.
Be a Part of 2018 KAMP
Notes to KAMP Registrants from the President -- April 10, 2018
We begin on Friday, April 20 with registration at the Eyestone building. When you get on site, go to the parking area by the Williams dining hall and walk in to Eyestone to get your information from our registration team. Registration will be open from 4-8 p.m. on Friday and from 8-10 a.m. on Saturday morning- if you will be arriving outside that window, please make arrangements by emailing. The registration desk will help direct you to the locations you need. The Steak Cookout on Friday evening will be in the Collegiate Shelter and will run from 6-7 p.m. for those that have registered for it.
Please bring payment for the conference with you. If you need reimbursement from an organization that is sponsoring you, we will gladly provide you with the invoice to submit to them. The all –volunteer nature of our organization makes post-event bill collection difficult.
If you have registered for lodging, bring your own pillow, bedding and towel. The conference housing does not provide these items.
If you have specific questions, before the conference email email@example.com.
All of our team are volunteers, so please take the opportunity to thank them for all they do to make the event a success. Join us in a weekend designed to promote and celebrate quality science education in Kansas! KATS camp is right around the corner! There are some great opportunities planned for you there!! Remember, We Never Science Alone!
Click here for complete 2018 KAMP Program (posted April 16)
Note change follows:
The FHSU Stemmaker Van and the WATC trailer will be located in Parking Lot #33 for easier access in case of rain.
Guest Speaker Dr. Christin e Anne Royce, NSTA President Elect
Still time to register; don't be left out.
Registration for KAMP 2018 is open. Regular pricing is in effect from now until check-in on April 20. Click here for details.
Be a sponsor.
If you would consider supporting a teacher or an award at the next KATS conference, please click on the SUPPORT LINK to learn more.
The KATS Executive Board has selected "Never Science Alone" as the theme of this year's gathering. KAMP is your golden opportunity to share "quality time" with your science teaching friends. Come join us for a professionally enriching and personally refreshing weekend.
Rock Springs is located just 18 easy miles south of Junction City on Kansas Highway 77 then a few more miles on Rte 157.