Sharing Our Good News (04/22/22)


STEM students place 2nd at Statewide Ethics Competition

 Congratulations to the STEM business students who won second place in a statewide High School Ethics Competition.  The students worked for over two months on their project.  The team consists of:
Bryson Aldridge
Lorelai Angell
Camile Day
Ginanna Vasquez
Blake Carver Adames
Awards included a cash prize.

Winners spoons vs. losers spoons at STEM's Great Chili Cook-off

Congratulations to the Grand Champion, Jeff Reinkensmeyer!  The 1st runner-up is Kathy Falter and the 2nd runner-up is Chris Smith.  Voting was based on the chili appearance, flavor, aroma and heat level appropriateness.  Thanks to everyone who participated!

1st grade hosts Market Day at STEM

Robot Hill Climb competition at STEM

Just another day in class at STEM, with a robot hill climb! The students in Mr. Reinkensmeyer’s engineering class always have a great time, especially when it comes time for challenges like this one. Getting the robot up the ramp is one thing, but keeping it straight without falling off is another!

STEM 5th grade student and author Ashmi Sengupta talks about publishing her first book, 'Rita and the Range'

STEM 5th grade student and author Ashmi Sengupta spoke to STEM Elementary students this week about publishing her first book, ‘Rita and the Range’. Ashmi spent one year writing the book and doing all of the illustrations. The book can be found on Amazon and highlights some of the stresses that children face today while learning of the importance of home. After visiting the classrooms, we spoke one-on-one with Ashmi about the book, the plot, how she got her book published and what her plans are for the future. Congratulations Ashmi!

Evan's Epic Keychains commercial

STEM 1st graders held a Market Day where they sold some of their personally made products. Check out this commercial that one of those students, Evan, made about his keychain business. It seems like Evan is ready to present to the investors at Shark Tank! Great job Evan!

Rock Canyon lacrosse team defeats STEM/Highlands Ranch 19-1

FOX 31's Great Day Colorado visits STEM School Highlands Ranch to learn about KOSON Network of Schools

Girls' Persist at STEM

Girls’ Persist is an evidence-based STEM leadership program designed to put problems into practice while fostering an environment for girls to thrive. The program consists of hands-on learning applications and leadership methods viable for shaping self-efficacy and increasing capacity for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The program utilizes the learn-it, lead-it, and perform-it framework to assist adolescent girls with self-confidence, critical thinking skills, and decision-making while influencing overall STEM persistence. Partnering Organizations: Lady Trailblazer, Inc. and STEM School Highlands Ranch. Thank you to Ms. Simi Basu and Dr. Carletta Stewart for being the leaders in this.

Girls persist at STEM

FOX31 segment about KOSON Network of Schools and plans for replication

In case you missed it, check out this great television segment on FOX31’s ‘Great Day Colorado’ about KOSON Network of Schools and more about the plans for STEM Denver and STEM Sterling Ranch.  STEM student Mishika Bhatia joined the segment to talk about her experience at STEM and why she thinks replication would be a great thing for other Colorado communities.
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