Accolades and Latest News About the STEM School and Academy
STEM students Aiden Beatty, Franklin Bryant, Luca Mederer and Mitch Young placed in the top 50 in the country for the John Oliver Back Off My Charter School video contest. The group won a prize of $1,000! Congrats Team.
Nathanel Cho, STEM School and Academy 8th grader wins first place in the Colorado Association for Recycling’s 10th Annual Poster Contest.
His artwork will be the centerpiece of a public service vide to air on American Recycles Day on November 15
Colorado Association for Recycling announced STEM School and Academy 8th grade student, Nathanel Cho, as the top winner in their 10th Annual Recycling Poster Contest. The contest, opened to all Colorado students in grades K-12, asked students to create posters reflecting the theme, “ten reasons to recycle.”
Cho’s artwork, features primarily ways to conserve water, will be prominently featured in the organization’s PSA scheduled to run on National Recycle Day, November 15. His work is also featured on a large billboard in the city of Pueblo, Colorado.
The STEM School's BEST Robotics team competed on Saturday at the Front Range BEST Competition and won first place BEST Award for the 6th year in a row and now qualify for the regional tournament.
The students also won:
Congratulations to this team of very hard-working students, and thank you to the staff, students, and cheerleading team for coming out to support our team! Next up: Regionals in Fort Smith, Arkansas!
STEM School's Music Program's BAND TOGETHER Wins Innovative "THINK IT UP" Award from the Entertainment Industry Foundation
In July 2016, The Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) announced the winners of the inaugural THINK IT UP Innovation Awards, selecting eight teams of students and teachers, among thousands of submissions, who exemplify the great work happening in America’s classrooms. STEM School and Academy’s team, Band Together was one of the eight innovation winners, receiving $5,000 in DonorsChoose.org funding credits to advance their outstanding work in the classroom.
Lisa Paulsen, CEO and President of the Entertainment Industry Foundation said, "These teams remind us of what we can accomplish when we support and celebrate the tremendous effort of America's schools and teachers. There's no spotlight bright enough for the inventive, inspiring work they do every day."
We are proud to be education innovators!
Read the story here.