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STEM School Highlands Ranch Weekly Newsletter | Friday, Nov. 05, 2021 View as Webpage
This is your STEM Student Newsletter. Created by You! Help us make it what you want it to be. We're looking for interested students to join our STEM communications team to help us communicate with our STEM Spartans. Email communications@stemk12.org if interested.
Have something you'd like to be considered for the Newsletter? Click here to submit to our Share Your Good News Form.
QUICK BITES
STEM Wide Events
  • Saturday, Nov. 6 (8 a.m.-3 p.m.) - Middle/High School BEST Robotics Game Day (Englewood High School)
  • Wednesday, Nov. 10 (10-11 a.m.) Prospective Parent Building Tour
  • Wednesday, Nov. 10 (6:30-8 p.m.) - STEM PTO Meeting (High School Commons)
  • Thursday, Nov. 11 (9 a.m.-12 p.m.) - Elementary Veterans' Day Readers (Reader Sign-Up Required)
  • Thursday, Nov. 11 (5-7 p.m.) - TSA Open House "Cocoa and Cookies" (Middle and High School Commons)
  • Friday, Nov. 12 (All Day) - No School - Teacher Professional Development Day
  • Friday, Nov. 12 (3-4 p.m.) - New Building/CHSAA Gym Remodel Groundbreaking (West Side of School; Middle School Cafeteria)
  • Monday, Nov. 15-Friday, Nov. 19 (All Day) - Scholastic Book Fair
  • Tuesday, Nov. 16 - Volleyball Ice Cream Social/Banquest (High School Commons)
  • Tuesday, Nov. 16 - Concurrent Enrollment Information Session (Middle School Cafeteria)
  • Wednesday, Nov. 17 (8-9 a.m.) Coffee with Administration Team (Elementary Cafeteria)
  • Wednesday, Nov. 17 (10-11 a.m.) Prospective Parent Building Tour
  • Wednesday, Nov. 17 (5:30-7:30 p.m.) SAC Meeting (Room 101; Zoom)
  • Friday, Nov. 19 (8:15-10:15 a.m.) - Elementary Assembly (Playfield)
  • Friday, Nov. 19 (7 a.m. to 3 p.m.) - Secondary Social Studies Veteran's Day Celebration (Sign-Up required)

Click on the STEM Events Calendar to see everything that is happening at STEM. We've added Enrichment and Athletic Events to the calendar as well.

Click on the Secondary News buttons to see what's happening at each school level.

SECONDARY NEWS
In this week's Secondary News you can find information about:
  • Intent to Return to STEM Form
  • Donation/Volunteer Opportunities
  • Upcoming Events
  • Secondary Yearbooks on Sale!
  • More
STEM’s Safety Net of Support
Today STEM had a lockdown drill. This drill is required once a semester for all Colorado public schools to prepare students and staff. For most of STEM’s staff and students, the drill evokes vivid memories and feelings. Click here to read more
SHARING OUR GOOD NEWS
In this week's Sharing Our Good News you can find:
  • Building Ships Mentor Feature
  • SteMed News
  • Welcome to STEM! Intro Video
  • CSHS Induction Ceremony
  • Diwali Celebration
SPARTAN ATHLETICS
Fall Sports are underway! If you have a student interested in joining one of our Athletic Teams, we must have a completed physical form on file.

Click here to see the latest Spartan Athletics News. Click the sport to see the latest news from the coaches/student-athletes.
Walking the Beat with Deputy Gabe
Walking the Beat with Deputy Gabe
Check out the first entry of Deputy Gabe Uribe's "Walking the Beat" Newsletter for the 2021-22 School Year.

Each week Deputy Gabe shares some helpful tips, reminders and insights from a safety perspective.

You can also access last year's version via the same link.
Student Shout-Outs!
We want to celebrate our students and for our students to celebrate each other. Give a Shout-Out to a fellow classmate!

Lincoln Nuss
Respect
Someone was bullying me for my accent and he defended me and protected me from of it.

Lucas Colclasure
Respect
Lucas respected the building by picking up paper towels that were all over the floor in the Middle School bathroom when no one was looking.

Chase Wilner
Empathy
Chase always tries to brighten people’s days and is always upbeat and in a good mood.

Morgan Hamm
Honesty & Respect
Morgan is always very honest to me whenever I ask her anything, even if it is about a school project. She is always respectful to everybody even if they were rude to her. She always has such a good perspective of everything and she is just a really good student in general.

Donovan Clouse
Responsibility
Donovan is always doing his work and is an amazing student and friend. (He is also very funny)

Mason Brooks Elizalde
Integrity & Empathy
He helps everyone and is kind to everyone around him and he is very responsible. Mason is always there to help others and make them more comfortable with what is around them. For instance, I am a new student at this school and he was my first friend here. He makes me feel more welcome to a new place! 😄

Alexander Olkhov
Responsibility
Alex consistently works hard on his rigorous courses, college applications, and out-of-school obligations. His tenacity is impressive and he sets a good role model by staying true to his character in light of such hard work. Bravo, Alex!

Nisha Nikhil
Empathy
She’s an incredibly kind person who has encouraged me in many ways, not to mention funny and caring.

Kevan Bogan
Empathy
Kevin always puts others' needs before his own, in reality they are all of the traits on the list however I could only put one. Kevin became a therapist to my entire friend group but even more than that he brought us together as a family.

Check back next week for more Shout-Outs.
Student Support Services
Feedback?
Have feedback and/or content for the STEM Student Newsletter? Email communications@stemk12.org. If you would like to promote an event, please work with your respective Student Government leaders or Sara Phelps, Enrichment Coordinator.