Elementary News and Upcoming Events
Volunteer and Donation News
As a group, our wonderful volunteers gave over 1,000 hours to our school, even during these COVID times – amazing!
Thank you for sharing your energy!!
We would like to thank these volunteers, who even though we have not been able to have volunteers in our school, have found a way to fulfill our charter commitment.
- Elizabeth Banko
- Olena Beck
- MacClain Figueroa
- Jennifer Gonyea
- Laura Graber
- Jane Kim
- Brett Kingman
- Karen Lee-Toy
- Jeong Lee
- Jue Liu
- Jane Parsons
- Julie Prince
- Brett Smith
- Amy Winans
- Jan Zhu-Gilje
- Kelly Reyna
- Hannah Haas
- Jonathan & Penny and Schoedel
Please come to the office to pick up a gift of appreciation!!
We will be in the main, secondary office on Wednesdays (excluding June 22-July 6) from 8 am to 12 Noon.
News and Updates
Student Grades Information
Semester grades are available in the Parent/Student Portal. Grades will be posted to transcripts by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 25. If your student is enrolled in a Concurrent Enrollment class on STEM campus, credit values will be adjusted over the week after school has closed. For students that are taking courses off the STEM Campus, please send an official transcript of your grades to the registrar, Tiffany Klenke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elementary Yearbook Information
The Yearbook company said that yearbooks will not arrive until the week of the 24th-28th or later due to slow processing and machine issues while printing. If you ordered an Elementary Yearbook, you will receive an email about pickup information once they do arrive.
STEM Parent Check-In on Academic Plan Options for the 2021-22 School Year
This survey is for our Parents to provide us with feedback on families’ projected plans for the new school year. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey to allow us to gather data for our Leadership Team to review and to assist with planning. Our projected plan for the 2021-22 School Year is to return to five days of In-Person learning.
VIRTUAL LEARNING: We are hoping to have a virtual learning option available, but need to gather the data in order to plan. Families choosing the Virtual Academic Plan would have to remain in that plan for the entire semester and understand that if in-person enrollment is at capacity for their grade level, they may not be able to switch to in-person learning for the next semester. For Secondary, the number of course offerings will be limited for each semester so some students’ schedules may need to be adjusted. Virtual learning will also include more synchronous learning opportunities per the updated guidance from CDE.
Please fill out one survey per student that you have.
Please check Infinite Campus to make sure we have your current address. If you have a change of address please email Tiffany Klenke (email@example.com), K-12 Registrar, with a proof of residency. Douglas County School District and STEM School Highlands Ranch only accept the following legal documents as proof of residence:
- warranty deed
- deed of trust
- lease agreement
- tax notice
- county assessor
- notarized letter
Reminder of New Guidelines for Non-Medical Exemption Forms
As we prepare for the 2021-22 School Year, we’d like to remind our families on the important medical documents that will need to be completed. There have been some updates to the non-medical exemption forms. Please take a look at them in the Health Services section of our website.
Summer Camps at STEM
We are excited to host a variety of summer camps this upcoming summer.
- Camp Invention (K-6) | June 7-11, 2021
- Cyber-SPY Camp (K-2) | June 14-18, 2021
- Cyber Detectives (3-5) | June 21-25, 2021
- FRC 4418’s Lego Mindstorm Camp (K-5)
- Peter Pan Theater Camp (K-5) | June 21-25, 2021
Please visit our Enrichment page to view current openings and sign up.