Silly string battle erupts outside of STEM Elementary School
STEM showcases the best of TAB (Teaching Artistic Behavior) instructional model
Student Advisory Committee goes over survey results with the STEM Administration Team
Helen Starr tells her mother's story at STEM's Holocaust Museum Assembly
STEM students take top awards at DCSD virtual art show
Creativity on full display in STEM's Secondary ceramics class
Check out this amazing ceramics art from some of the students in Mr. Smith’s class. Very impressive!
STEM Staff work up a sweat in after-hours Zumba class
STEMShares begins on May 2nd
Lockheed Martin prepares for STEM student Summer Internships
STEM students attend ACEC Colorado Conference
STEM Students from 8th grade had the opportunity to attend the ACEC Colorado Conference on Tuesday, April 26th. STEM student Arshia Koul said, “Going to the ACEC event was an experience that I will treasure for a long time. It allowed me to meet with many people who worked in engineering fields and allowed me to foster relationships with my classmates. I was able to talk about my interest in environmental engineering with real environmental engineers! Overall, I think that it was a positive experience for everybody who attended and I would recommend it for anybody looking to learn about the engineering industry.”
Thank you to all the mentors from ACEC who helped us to create our final pitches and thank you so much to Mrs. Basu and Dr. Cannady who made this happen with their collaborations, technical skills and support.