Sharing Our Good News (11/11/22)


STEM students begin reading adventures with Scholastic Book Fair

Check out the impressive Scholastic Book Fair going on at STEM! Today many of our elementary students had the chance to go buy from a wide selection of books. Let the reading adventures begin!
We’re so excited to offer both an online and in-person option.
Check out the days and times below.
Friday, Nov. 11, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Students Only
Monday, Nov. 14, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Students Only
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Students Only
Wednesday, Nov. 16, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Students Only
Thursday, Nov. 17, 7-7:30 a.m. – Parents; 7:30-2 p.m. – Students Only
Friday, Nov. 18, 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. – Students; 2:30-3:30 p.m. – Parents
Parents can visit our In-Person Store at the specified times above. Please enter through the Elementary School Entrance.

New safety signs go up around STEM campus

Thank you to our PTO and to our generous community for the purchase of these new safety signs around the campus!
We ask our parents, students, staff and visitors to pay close attention to the signs. If everyone follows them we will all benefit from a safer experience.

STEM Kindergarteners celebrate 50th day of school with 1950's themed day

STEM Kindergarteners are celebrating the 1950’s! Why? Because this week we had the 50th day of school Daddy-O! A lot of fun activities happened including a hula hoop and bubble gum blowing contest, a sock hop dance and 50th day math and reading activities. Additionally, we love all of the 50’s decorations, 50’s themed clothing and 50’s music playing in the classrooms. Wake Up Little Susie!

Appreciating the bright and beautiful mural (while it lasts!)

Too bad this is temporary! Everyone is loving this beautiful temporary mural that was designed by STEM students and staff in the breezeway connecting Secondary from Elementary. The wall it was painted on will be removed once the construction of our new gym is completed in a matter of weeks.

Mr. Levinson, who organized the project, says it took everyone just over one week and says the theme is about blooming flowers mixed with abstract art. Great job to everyone who pitched in and we’re sure it will be much appreciated while it lasts!

STEM students experience history up close and personal during Boston trip

What an incredible experience for this group of STEM 8th graders in Ms. Dillon’s class. An October field trip to Boston and a ton of exciting adventures and places to see! Here’s how Ms. Dillon describes the trip:
“In October, 67 8th graders and 5 teachers visited Boston with a focus on STEM activities. We took a duck boat tour of the city, walked part of the Freedom Trail, found out that fog doesn’t make for good whale watching, visited 95-year-old Myrtle the Turtle at the Aquarium, took a behind-the-scenes look at Fenway Park, coded remote control helicopters, did a scavenger hunt (and saw the Boston Dynamics robotic dog!) at the Museum of Science, attempted multiple team quests at Boda Borg, toured MIT, took a class on climate change at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, and made a ton of memories!

STEM students represent at banquet for the Highlands Ranch Mountain Bike Team

mountain bike banquet
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