Sharing Our Good News (03/25/22)


Make-A-Wish recipient Samuel helps with a messy celebration at STEM pep rallies

STEM students attend Middle School Winter Wonderland Dance Friday Night

STEM pep rallies wrap up Wish Week in the best way

Friday’s pep rallies were a perfect way to conclude a successful Wish Week!
Team player awards go to all of those who were willing to get dumped on by all sorts of wonderful products including milk, flour, eggs and even mayo! Deputy Gabe…we think tomorrow is definitely a laundry day ????
Our Make-A-Wish recipient Samuel was laughing and dancing the whole time!

Make-A-Wish recipient Samuel dances at STEM pep rally after announcement that his wish will be granted

STEM 5th graders prepare for Revolutionary War Reenactment battle

“Get in formation!”
STEM 5th graders are taking part in the first of a few practice sessions for this year’s Revolutionary War Reenactment. This time, they will be doing The Battle of Monmouth, which was fought on June 28, 1778.
Six schools in all will be joining together at Chatfield for the event. It will be epic!

STEM's Got Talent 2022 'Teachers' Lip-Sync' performance

STEM Wish Week 2022 photo montage

10th annual STEM's Got Talent impresses big crowd in Littleton

Wow, what an amazing display of talent Thursday tonight at Mission Hills Church for the 10th annual STEM’s Got Talent!
A packed house saw 20 top quality student performances and of course, the infamous teachers’ lip sync, which was Lion King themed.
A big thank you to the incredible performers and all of those behind the scenes who helped make it happen! Look for video highlights soon of some of the performances along with the teachers’ lip sync.
Thanks to the audience for turning out in such a big number and help us with Wish Week to make Samuel’s wish come true!

STEM third graders develop websites, brochures and other marketing material for environmental impact on species PBL unit

There’s a lot that happened with environmental themed PBL units at STEM this week. Third graders made significant progress on their animal presentations.
The students picked an animal to research about and designed some creative presentations aimed at calling attention to their animal’s struggle as it relates to changes in environment.
Not only does this PBL unit present a real world problem to students, but it also allows them to apply design and layout creations both on paper and on the web. Great stuff!

STEM FRC team advances to final 16 teams at Regional competition at University of Denver

An update from STEM’s FRC team: Thursday was a practice day for IMPULSE 4418 for the FRC Regionals at University of Denver. The matches start Friday at 9 a.m. and go until 5 p.m. It continues Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. with the playoffs at 1 p.m. Here is the link for more information. Go Spartans!
Update from the team (Friday 3:50 p.m.):  “The team is doing really well.  There is a chance that the team will be ‘picked’, meaning they would be on an “Alliance” for the semifinals.  If they end up in the top 8 out of 42 teams, that would be a ‘first ever’ for STEM!”

STEM staff upset STEM students in Wish Week basketball game

Thanks to everyone who participated in Tuesday’s basketball game at Highlands Ranch High School between STEM staff and STEM students!
In a stunning upset, the staff actually won the game.
Way to go STEM staff!  You’ve still got it!

STEM first grade students experiment with lights and shadows in PBL unit

Lights, shadows, sound. This week STEM first graders explored how to communicate using light and sound. They are getting creative with the shadows from the light too! Students created a safety awareness poster after designing a communication using sound or light. ????????????
Photos from: Ms. Bench’s class

STEM Senior Matthew Tewolde recognized by Congressman Ken Buck's office for acceptance to West Point

A special visit from Congressman Ken Buck’s office Monday morning at STEM. Representatives of Congressman Buck recognized STEM Senior Matthew Tewolde for his recent acceptance to West Point. Congratulations Matthew!

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