2019 Summer Session Opens May 5th!
Register Early Slots Limited!
Kids Drone Zone has partnered with Douglas County (DCPR) to offer a Premium Technology Co-Ed Program at Deer Lick Park for Grades 3-11. Classes are two 2 hour sessions per month at DCPR ( We customize sessions based on locations).
Drone Squad is a STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Aviation Mathematics) Hands-On Project based Technology Program.
Scholars will engage in:
Safety and Regulation
Aviation, Chemistry, and Electronic Principles
Heavy Drone Coding, Drone Flight Skills
Practical and Drone Operations
Navigation and Planing
Engage Industry professionals
Aviation Field Trips
Classroom Without Walls
About Think Tank Sessions
Ages 8 and up!
Can be any day Monday-Sunday
Are held during the day, after school or evenings
Annual Registration Fee Required
Monthly Program Fee
Having Fun Required
Good Behavior Required
Program Fee is Aviation
Questions about the program:
Email Us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Call Us at: 346-704-0112
Registration Instructions For DCPR Site:
Click on link below (takes you to DC parks and rec site)
On the Parks and Rec site scroll down to Category Other- See example
Select June 2019 (Opens May 5th!)
Create an account for the parent
(Important) Then create/add an account (by adding a person-You are adding your child/dren) add each student’s name
Submit for current month fee for each scholars
Note: Registration Fee is paid directly to Kids Drone Zone
Need Registration Assistance
Contact: Tammy Cochran at DCPR
Email: email@example.com or
Call her at 770-920-7129
Why Drone Technology?
Drones are staged to become mainstream in almost all facets of society. UAV Jobs are constantly being created weekly.
Scholars learn multiple program languages from scratch to Python!
Students are challenged to think “Out of The Box “ Our scholars design and build drones from scratch…. As such…they are challenged to think from a world view. Scholars look at the micro world and the macro world view of drone technology. Think aerial robotics and Aerial fun!
Drone pilots needed by 2022
Drone Industry Growth by 2025
Drone related Jobs by 2030
Why Learn To code Drones?
- Math concepts such as variables and conditions
- Logic such as sequencing as well as cause and effect
- Techniques for solving problems
- Project design such as the importance of breaking down big ideas to specific tasks
- Benefits of collaboration and techniques for communicating ideas
- Ability to take criticism as well as identify and fix errors
- Perseverance in the face of difficulty
Why Aerial robotics
Scholars who struggle with reading, writing, and math in school, our program engages them in game based learning and enhances these skills
As robotics and computers become increasingly prevalent in students’ lives, understanding programming and programming concepts is becoming very important for students’ success. Robots are a fun, easy, and effective way to learn about computer programming. Programming a robot has tangible, observable effects.
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