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Weekly news & updates
Friday, Sept. 7, 2021 | Newsletter Archive | View as Webpage
STEM's Innovation and Creativity will help to Overcome Early Quarantine Impacts
In 2015, STEM was the only school in Colorado to offer a virtual day instead of posting late start times for marginal weather days. It was bold and novel. 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
In this week's Elementary News you can find information about:
  • Back to School Nights
  • School Photo Retakes
  • Driveline Reminders
  • New Clubs and Activities
  • School News
  • More
In this week's Secondary News you can find information about:
  • Homecoming Events
  • Upcoming Events
  • New Clubs and Activities
  • School News
  • More
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 here to read the latest PTO Newsletter.
Click here to access our #STEMStrongerTogether page on our website showcasing all of our new hires for the 2021-22 School Year. We will update this site regularly with new videos
STEM students develop augmented reality app for Lockheed Martin during Summer internship
It’s not uncommon for STEM students to take on bigger challenges than expected during Summer internships, and that’s exactly what happened at Lockheed Martin. STEM senior Ian Boraks, along with STEM juniors Aragorn Wang and Aden Betancourt spent this past Summer completing an internship at Lockheed Martin. Click here to read more.
Walking the Beat! With Deputy Gabe
Click here to read this week's entry from 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.
STEM Center for Strength
The STEM Center for Strength is open to all STEM community members, students, staff and families who were impacted by the events of My 7. Click here to access the Click here to view the Septemner Newsletter. Click here to subscribe to the Center for Strength Newsletter. Click here to visit the Center for Strength
STEM Social and Emotional Support
Students, families and staff have access to a variety of emotional and mental health supports. In addition to resources, you can see upcoming events from DCSD and more.

Click here to access STEM's Social and Emotional Supports Resources page.
The Foundation for Douglas County Schools is a 501(c)(3) non-profit which works with corporations and organizations to develop private resources to enrich education within Douglas County schools for the fulfillment of lifelong learning experiences of our students, citizens and community. Visit the website.