Sharing Our Good News (03/08/24)


STEM Raises Over $12K (so far) For Wish Week 2024

Time to celebrate!

STEM capped off another amazing Wish Week with a pep rally followed by a fun carnival in the Elementary and Secondary gyms.  The total amount is still being counted, but we know that so far we’ve raised over $12,000 to send Wish Kid Bella and her family to Disney World.

A big congratulations to our NHS students and Kathy Dwyer for helping organize and coordinate all of the incredible events that we saw this week.

Keep an eye out in the newsletter and on social media for more updates as we tally the final count!  Thank you to everyone who participated in STEM’s Wish Week 2024.

STEM Secondary Art Students Take Field Trip To See Meow Wolf

meow wulf visit
A cosmic experience.
Here’s a few pictures from a field trip Mr. Smith’s Secondary Art Class took to Meow Wolf in Denver.
Meow Wolf is described as a place to “Explore four alien worlds joined together in a rare cosmic event – a place where memories are currency. As you explore this immersive art experience, you can weave your own threads into the evolving tapestry of the story of Convergence.”

Three STEM Sophomores Have Grown Up Together Over The Years At STEM

A walk down memory lane.
STEM Sophomores Thomas Lewis, Rehan Chaudhari and Shanmukha Ragampudi have a remarkable story. The three are all close friends and have attended STEM since 3rd grade.
After finishing an interview with STEM Communications about their unique friendship, the three visited some of their early elementary school classrooms.
Being a K-12 school all in one building, many of our students have similar experiences and develop a strong connection and bond. Look for their interview soon on STEM social media! Also, if you haven’t yet subscribed to our YouTube channel, you can do that here:

STEM's Got Talent 2024 Staff Lip Sync Performance

STEM Receives Stop Sign Donation From Parent To Help With Driveline Traffic

A special shout-out to one of our amazing STEM families who built a stop sign to help with the flow of driveline traffic.  Prior to that, we had been using cones and relying on our driveline volunteers to ensure that vehicles stop at the right times.  This donated sign will greatly help with our traffic control efforts.  We love problem solvers!

stop sign donation

STEM Is Hiring: What It's Like To Be A Substitute Teacher At STEM

We’re hiring!
Attention STEM community, are you looking to give back and contribute to your child’s classroom experience? If you or anyone you know is interested, we have an immediate opening for an In-House Substitute Teacher and Long-Term Substitute Teacher. Here is the job description:
To apply for this position and others, simply visit our employment page:
What is it like to be a substitute teacher at STEM? Check out the video promo!
Also, click this link to find out more about CDE Substitute License positions:
Any further questions about the position or any other positions at STEM, you can email: careers@
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