Mad Science is sweeping through Cabrillo properties as CSU Channel Islands, graduate Christopher Botch contributes his expertise by hosting Mad Science events.
The first event took place on Feb. 8 at Valle Naranjal Apartments in Piru. About 15 resident children were able to enjoy learning about rockets and density with experiments on dry ice comets and levitating bubbles. Additional events are planned at Valle Naranjal and Meta Street apartments.
For more science fun, look for our six-week Summer Mad Science Camp, which will be coming soon to nine Cabrillo properties.
The program is open to all K-12 students. Register before April 18. You must answer the enrollment referral questions with “A Tree of Knowledge,” and you will need to provide proof of age and residency to be enrolled.
Students cannot be enrolled in summer school during this program. For more information, contact Cabrillo Resident & Community Services at 805-672-2588.