Some tears, but also many smiles for Kindergartners first day of school
Grab your tissues! Friday morning we held our ’tissue and tears’ event in front of the Elementary School. It is the first day of school for our Kindergartners. It’s never easy to make the jump to a big school on day 1, but any sadness outside of the entrance was quickly replaced with excitement and new friendships once they went inside and started meeting teachers and fellow classmates. For these brave Kindergartners, their STEM journey has just begun!
Classes are in session in new P-TECH building
New drone footage captures construction and campus improvements at STEM
Check out this awesome drone footage showing the new paint job to the building, new landscaping, middle school classrooms and ongoing construction. Our campus is getting an entirely new look and some huge upgrades!
Highlights from the first day of school
The meaning behind the 'Ignite The Spark' STEM theme
STEM rolls out the red carpet for staff to kick off 2022-2023 school year
STEM students get sneak peek at school during STEM Spartan Launch
Blooper reel from STEM administration team's lip-sync music video
All STEM staff attend mandatory safety training
Monday morning all STEM staff took part in our annual safety training session, which was once again led by retired FBI agent Jonny Grusing. Thank you to Mr. Grusing for taking the time to show latest trends, go over safety protocols and answer all of our questions.
First panels of gym roof installed
This week at STEM, construction crews completed the installation of a portion of the gymnasium roof. The steel section of roofing was added late Wednesday and now workers will be adding the rubber top that goes above the steel. After that, roofing will be added to connect both buildings. Additionally, crews are putting the finishing touches on adding a walking corridor for students to easily access both buildings without having to go through the Elementary School entrance.