Sharing Our Good News (11/18/22)


Current rankings are in for STEM's CyberPatriot competitors

Here is a list of the current rankings.  These are the unofficial results.  STEM Communications will update the final scores as they are registered.
High school team rankings:
15-2549 – 66th overall and 5th in state
15-4568 – 783rd overall and 36th in state
15-4569 – 748th overall and 32nd in state
15-5398 – 558th overall and 21st in state
15-5399 – 1014 overall and 44th in state
Middle school team rankings:
15-4572 – 123rd overall and 10th in state
15-4573 – 104th overall and 8th in state
15-5400 – 398 overall and 27th in state
15-5401 – 459 overall and 29th in state
High school has 2050 teams and middle school has 541 teams

Gelato for a good cause

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the STEM Administration Team wanted to provide our community with the opportunity to take advantage of a sweet treat before the Thanksgiving Break. On Wednesday, Nov. 16, the HipPOPs gelato ice cream truck was on campus for students, families and staff to take advantage of their gelato ice cream selection.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated back to STEM to be used for Staff-Related Events during the School Year. (example: Cart of Happiness, Staff Holiday Party, Staff Appreciation Gifts, etc.)
ice cream truck

STEM's BEST Robotics team shines at weekend competition

This past weekend our Middle and High School BEST Robotics teams took home a combined 9 awards in the BEST Robotics Competition.
Our High School team advanced to Regionals.
Great job Spartans!

Ignite The Spark: Carla Gustafson, STEM parent & Board Vice President/Vice Chair

STEM volunteer of the month dedicates time to BEST robotics team

volunteer of the month
We Lipping’ LOVE our Volunteers! 😁😍
Our Volunteer of the Month, Suzanne, picked up her gift this week as recognition for her gift of service to STEM and our BEST Robotics Team. Thank you for your commitment to our school and our students.
If you haven’t completed your 30 volunteer hours yet, don’t worry! There’s still time and plenty of ways to give back. Check out our Get Involved page to find out more:
Are you volunteering already? Don’t forget to log your hours!

Ignite The Spark: Michelle Horne, STEM parent and Board Secretary

Guest speaker visits with STEM students to teach about psychology and product research

Our special thanks to guest speaker Mariann Lowery, who spent time presenting to Mr. Kerwin’s social studies class, talking about how psychology is involved in product research.
Mariann is a product research lead for a software development company. Her presentation helped educate the class and stir imaginations about what is involved in product design and implementation.

An impressive showing from STEM students at DECA Districts

Impressive results from STEM students at DECA! Here’s the description of the DECA District results from STEM Business Teacher Allison Doe:
First off, we made the commitment to give back to our community. STEM DECA raised $174 for the Ember Alliance to support families impacted by the Marshall fires.
Secondly, we donated over 40lbs of food for the Food Bank of the Rockies.
Third, we have the largest membership numbers STEM has ever had for FBLA and DECA!
We brought our top 65% of our chapter to compete at Districts.
Our results are: STEM has 10 State Qualifiers, 3 top test scores and will take our largest number yet to the State competition of 14 members. STEM was up against 575+ other district competitors yesterday.
Please congratulate them all for their commitment to leadership and personal professional development.
State Qualifiers:
Max Lewis: Principles of Finance – Top Test Score
Gianna Vazques: Entrepreneurship
Camille Day: Entrepreneurship
Van Ford-Frier: Business Management
Maya Thatcher: Marketing Communications
Emily Buhrer: Marketing – Top Test Score
Aidan Morrison: Entrepreneurship – Top Test Score
Daniel Nikolaev: Entrepreneurship
Stephen Bartony: Financial Services
Thomas Lewis – Financial Services
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