STEM School Highlands Ranch Weekly Newsletter | May 8, 2020 View as Webpage
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020!!
Quick Bites
  • Officer Applications for DECA and FBLA now being accepted (Check Secondary Updates)
  • Stories from Quarantine
  • Middle School Virtual Photography Competition (Check Secondary Updates)
  • Click here to view a #STEMShares Slide show that PTO put together.
Secondary Updates
Click here to read more about important information for next week.
(Click the logo to visit the STEMShares Progress Page)
You can still submit what you did for #STEMShares.
We've Got 2020 Vision! The Future is Bright.
Congrats to some of our 2020 Seniors!
If you'd like your senior featured here, please email Kandace.Lytle@stemk12.org
Class of 2020 Scholarship Offers
Seniors! If you've received a scholarship offer, please complete the 2020 Scholarship Offer Form via the button below for every scholarship you've received, even if you have not accepted it. We will be announcing the grand total amount of scholarship money awarded over the summer. Any need-based grant money received from FAFSA or an institution does not qualify as a scholarship.
Mental Health Supports & Additional Resources
Mental Health Supports Page
If you haven't checked it out, our Mental Health Supports page, has a number of helpful resources for students and parents.
DCSD Mental Health Support Page
Douglas County School District has a Mental Health Resources page with a variety of resources for students and families. Please take a moment to review all that they have listed.
STEM Center for Strength
The STEM Center for Strength is taking shape. Click the logo to the left to visit their website to get helpful resources as we continue our journey through recovery. You can also visit the STEM Center for Strength Facebook Page,
A new support group for students in grade 4-7 on Thursdays from 4-5:30 p.m. Click here to to join the Zoom session.
Sharing Our Good News
Kindly App Launch
As part of eCybermission STEM-in-Action grant , "Kindly" an anti-cyber-bullying solution was launched virtually which was attended by several students and organizations nationwide including Forbes Ignite, UNICEF, Children's Kindness Network board members and students from 10 different states, some of whom were featured in Disney's Marvel Hero episode. A demo of the solution was shown and a partnership with Children's Kindness Network was established in addition to opening up a challenge for crowd-sourcing and empowering students to code. The implementation steps started in Aug 2019 and about 500-600 hours were spent in addition to promotion, awareness, and planning for the launch event. Kudos to the team and their advisor. Great job!
FBLA Virtual State Conference Winner
FBLA Virtual State Conference was held in late April and the results are in! Junior, Tyler Connelly, took 1st place in Accounting! This is a huge honor. Mrs. Doe, STEM's business teacher and FBLA advisor is very proud of him as it is one of the hardest exams in the competitive events category. To see more DECA and FBLA news please follow our instagram page @stem_business.  
College/Career Readiness & Student Support
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.