Some local kids got the chance to become crime scene investigators at Rich Pond Elementary today.
The Warren County 4-H program and the Rich Pond Family Resource Center are offering a CSI camp this week.
The students were able to learn math and science in a fun environment, while also learning about a growing career field.
"C-S-I is a big thing right now whether you are watching TV right now so we thought this would be something kind of cool for the kids to learn and it also brings in science and math. In the summer months kids kinda miss out on that stuff so this is a good way for them to get science and math right before school starts backup," said Warren County 4-H Youth Development Agent Julie Brown.
Students started off the week with speakers from Bowling Green Police and local FBI detectives. They learned how to fingerprint today and will learn more about criminology later this week.