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STEM School Highlands Ranch Weekly Newsletter | Friday, Oct 8, 2021 View as Webpage
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  • Monday, Oct. 11 (5-6 p.m.) - JV Volleyball vs. Two Roads Charter (at Panorama)
  • Monday, Oct. 11 (5:30-6:30 p.m.) - Varsity Boys' Soccer at Windsor Charter Academy
  • Monday, Oct. 11 (6-7 p.m.) - Varsity Volleyball vs. Two Roads Charter (at Panorama)
  • Wednesday, Oct. 13 (10-11 a.m.) - Prospective Parent Tour
  • Wednesday, Oct. 13 (5-6 p.m.) - JV Varsity Volleyball at Windsor Charter Academy
  • Wednesday, Oct. 13 (6-7 p.m.) - Varsity Volleyball at Windsor Charter Academy
  • Wednesday, Oct. 13 (6:30-8 p.m.) - STEM PTO Meeting (HS Commons)
  • Thursday, Oct. 14 (1:45 p.m.) - Confluence League Cross Country Meet
  • Thursday, Oct. 14 (3:30-7 p.m.) - Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • Friday, Oct. 15 - No School - Teacher Work Day/Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • Monday, Oct. 18-22 - No School - Fall Break

Click on Secondary News and the STEM Events Calendar buttons below for more information on each event above.
In this week's Secondary News you can find information about:
  • Upcoming Events
  • PSAT MNSQT & SAT Information
  • Secondary Student Discipline Information
  • More
Monthly Board Meeting Reflections from Board President Roy Martinez
As I took over the role of Board President following the last Board Meeting (September 7), I shared with the rest of the Board members what our focus for this semester would be. Click here to read more
STEM's Data Informed Instruction Information
STEM’s seventh-graders are our youngest to sit for the College Board PSAT. Why does STEM ask such young students to take a test designed for High School juniors? Taking an off-level test at a much younger age allows STEM students to finally get a measure of their skills. Click here to read more
COVID Updates and Important Information
The COVID-19 Information Hub has information about all of our COVID-19 Positive Cases, as well as information about policy updates. We will continue to update this Hub with all COVID-related information as it comes in.  Click here to read more
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!

Kellan Madden
I think that Kellan deserves a shout-out for responsibility because he always owns up to his actions, and that's very responsible. 

Emme Roettger
Emme is consistently responsible and can take charge on anything that comes her way, she always makes the best decisions for her and those around her.

Kaitlyn Settle
Kaitlyn saw that one of her classmates needed help on a project, so seeing she was done with hers she helped the group and helped make a solution to the problem. 

Humphrey Davis
He was a great model and inspiration in Physics class and helped every student through hard times and problems mentally and emotionally. 

Rozella Wing
Rozella had a tough time yesterday she got bullied and got called names. But today she showed lots of empathy because I am struggling and she is helping me because she is my friend. I really don't know how to repay but with this.

Kira Rodenbaugh
Kira has been very empathetic to everyone who is having a tough time.

Kellan Maddan
Always own up to their actions instead of putting the blame on other people and are always nice to other people.

Misha Parikh
She is very honest with me and she really nice.

Violet Sweeting
She is just so nice and kind to everyone and is almost never rude. She is my BFF.

Check back next week for more Shout-Outs.
Student Support Services
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