Kids sometimes have to go to summer school, and of course there are summer sports camps.
A group of kids in Baltimore are doing both at the same time. The kids workout their bodies and their minds.
They start their day at the Beat the Streets camp at Morgan University every morning working out their brains and bodies.
It incorporates the STEM program. That is -- Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Lydell Henry is the executive director of the Beat the Streets Program.
“It looks at the mind, body, and spirit. It will defiantly help.”
About 100 high school and middle-schoolers compete to be the best wrestler and to create the best science project as a part of the program.
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