Sharing Our Good News (05/20/22)


Photo gallery of STEM's 2022 Graduation Ceremony

STEM Seniors reflect on their experience and future at the 2022 Graduation Ceremony

STEM student to present at Denver Museum this weekend

Congratulations to STEM student Anirudh Rao, who will be giving a presentation Saturday at the Denver Museum.  Anirudh recently won a top award in an international aviation art contest.

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STEM student to present at museum

STEM staff members burn calories after hours in ES Gym with Zumba session

Students honored for accomplishments at STEM's Senior Honor Night

What a wonderful night honoring this special group of STEM Seniors. The ‘22 class is something truly special. Our honorees have gone above and beyond in so many aspects. Their futures are bright, they are ready for the next step and they have made all of us so very proud!

Move Up to Middle School Event video compilation

A video compilation we put together for the Move Up to Middle School event. STEM’s 5th graders were so excited to see what the older kids have been up to as part of TSA, BEST and FIRST Robotics Teams.
STEM’s First Pitch team also showed off the robot they created that threw out the first pitch at the Rockies game recently.
So much inspiration all around!

Inside look at P-TECH Building following ribbon cutting ceremony

Check out this video of the P-TECH Building ribbon cutting ceremony. P-TECH at STEM is a project that is years in the making and a vision for giving our students the best opportunities possible as they prepare for the real world.
We greatly look forward to the innovations and breakthroughs that will come out of this building!
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senior prank

STEM Senior Prank backfires and actually assists with physics lesson in class

Wow! A Senior prank that any science, physics or math teacher would appreciate. This is how it looked Monday morning in Mr. Rubin’s physics class. Students had set up hundreds of cups all over the room.
Mr. Rubin says the prank was much appreciated and admired. The cups were promptly cleaned up thanks to student “volunteers”, but not before Mr. Rubin used the display as an opportunity to teach a lesson about fluid dynamics. Nice!
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