Jacomo Sailing Education Program
Teen Sailing Camps - Learn to Sail
The Jacomo Sailing Club offers a unique youth sailing program for students 14 - 18 years of age. It will be a “Learn To Sail” format that contains STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) applications and includes environmental considerations.
The content is designed to complement what the student is learning in school. Many of these applications come from curriculum developed by U.S. Sailing and the U.S. Sailing Hall of Fame. Examples of topics include: Weather and Wind; Buoyancy; Various Math and Measurement Problems; Geometry; Machine Efficiency; and Reducing Surface Tension and Drag. Sailing is a “Green” sport, so environmental concern and care is emphasized.
Meet new friends, have fun outside, and learn a life-long skill. Jacomo Sailing Club members, Hal Wood and Sadie Creemer, both US Sailing certified instructors will be teaching the class. Teens ages 14-18. Fee is to be determined
Two camps Will be offered this Summer. Fee includes lunches, materials and use of club boats. Each camp is 4 days, 9:00am-2:30pm.
Teen Summer Sailing Camps (#1) Dates to be determined
Teen Summer Sailing Camps (#2) Dates to be determined
Contact Brad Heffron at 816-607-1807 or firstname.lastname@example.org