STEM HS Student Win Awards at Denver Regional Science Fair
Join in congratulating Tia Seniw, Akhniyet Makhsat, and Gitanjali Rao for successfully competing in the Denver Regional Science Fair.
Tia Seniw and Akhniyet Makhsat’s project titled: “Comparative Analysis Between Non-Woven Fabrics to Optimize Potential for Efficient and Cost-Effective Marine Oil Spill Clean-up” also won several awards including:
- The ASM Materials Education Foundation Award
- Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority Award
They will now advance to the Colorado State Science Fair.
Gitanjali Rao’s project, titled: “Novel Detection of C. parvum Transposons in Potable Water Using Genetically Engineered Bioelectric Sensors” also successfully competed and will advance to the State Science Fair.
STEM Celebrated Love of Reading Week
This week our Elementary School celebrated our Love of Reading Week. We had a number of great Live and Recorded Guest Readers that read to our students and shared their favorite stories with our students. Click the button below to see all the great videos and photos from our Love of Reading Week. BIG THANK YOU to all of our guest readers!
Allison Doe named Charter Member of the FBLA Education Programs Committee
Congratulations to STEM Secondary Business teacher Allison Doe who was announced as a charter member of the FBLA Education Program Committee. Her appointment will be a one-year term, concluding with the NLC 2022. The Education Program Committee will develop and implement programs, policies, and procedures that support student members of FBLA-PBL with Educational Programs including in-person and online conferences, workshops, asynchronous offerings, and division-specific programs such as the FBLA Business Achievement Awards, Phi Beta Lambda CMAP, and Middle-Level LEAD. The committee will ensure that FBLA-PBL programming is aligned with national business education standards. The committee will work in collaboration with FBLA-PBL’s National Awards Program Committee as needed to ensure consistency and strategic goals are met.