• February’s STEM~Star of the Month – Tommy!

    Tommy is Respectful, Responsible and Ready each time we are getting geared up for STEM. He practices the 4 C’s of STEM – Communication, Collaboration, Creativity and Critical Thinking skills. Tommy is a STEM~Star for many reasons…. and not only does he love STEM but he is eager to learn and excel. He is creative and innovative, and the energy he exudes is unparalleled. Tommy has also been nominated to attend the National Youth Leadership Forum: Pathways to STEM. This affords Tommy the opportunity to learn different areas of STEM so that he can get a running start on choosing a career path for the future. We are so proud of Tommy and wish him all the best!  Keep reaching for the Stars, Tommy! You got this!

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  • December’s STEM~Star of the Month – Kadance!

    This student is Respectful, Responsible and Ready each time we are getting geared up for STEM. She always practices the 4 C’s of STEM – Communication, Collaboration, Creativity and Critical Thinking skills. This student stands apart from the rest because she is a true problem solver who doesn’t give up. She is eager to learn new things and she strives for excellence. She has also decided to enter into NASA’s Artemis Moon Pod Essay Contest! Her essay for this challenge describes her leading a one-week expedition to the moon! How cool is that?!?!  Let’s cheer her on and hope that she wins a prize in this contest but even if she doesn’t, she’s still a STEM~Star! Intelligence is the gift that keeps on giving. You ROCK, Kadance! I’m SUPER proud of you!!!

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  • November’s STEM~Star of the Month – Loah!

    The STEM~Star for the Month of November has been selected! This student is Respectful, Responsible and Ready each time we are getting geared up for STEM. She always practices the 4 C’s of STEM – Communication, Collaboration, Creativity and Critical Thinking skills. She is a risk taker and isn’t afraid to think outside the box, even if she’s not right. She is an active listener who is well-mannered and thinks before she speaks. This student is an academic leader and role model for others. She is a student from Mrs. Green’s class. Way to go, Loah!

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