2017-07-27 / Island Focus

Active learning

Kids find stuff to do this summer


Upper right: From left, Ethan Templeton, Kris Jones, Delaney Moss, and Isabella Hofhiens, all 12-year-old Port Aransans, do a drill during a tennis camp on the grounds of Port Aransas ISD. 
Staff photo by Zach Perkins Upper right: From left, Ethan Templeton, Kris Jones, Delaney Moss, and Isabella Hofhiens, all 12-year-old Port Aransans, do a drill during a tennis camp on the grounds of Port Aransas ISD. Staff photo by Zach Perkins Whether it’s on the tennis court or in a nature preserve, youngsters are finding fun and educational things to do in Port Aransas this summer.



Lower right: University of Texas Marine Science Institute graduate student Craig Connelly talks to students enrolled in the institute’s Summer Science program. They were visiting the Leonabelle Turnbull Birding Center and learning about nutrients in water. Lower right: University of Texas Marine Science Institute graduate student Craig Connelly talks to students enrolled in the institute’s Summer Science program. They were visiting the Leonabelle Turnbull Birding Center and learning about nutrients in water.

Lower left: Michael Parr, 6, of Port Aransas, plays in a game of four-square while adult volunteers look on during Vacation Bible School at St. Joseph Catholic Church. 
Staff photo by Dan Parker Lower left: Michael Parr, 6, of Port Aransas, plays in a game of four-square while adult volunteers look on during Vacation Bible School at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Staff photo by Dan Parker

Upper left: Lifeguards Austin Salsgiver, left, and John Neblett give 5-year-old Hawken Starr a swimming lesson at the pool at Port Aransas Community Park. 
Staff photo by Dan Parker Upper left: Lifeguards Austin Salsgiver, left, and John Neblett give 5-year-old Hawken Starr a swimming lesson at the pool at Port Aransas Community Park. Staff photo by Dan Parker

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