Latest STEM Charter News
STEM Charter Academy goes K-12
In answer to your repeated requests and overwhelming support of this school, we have been working for months with the State Department of Education and the Idaho Public Charter Commission on expanding STEM Charter to high school. We were approved this morning by the Idaho Public Charter Commission to move forward.
We will begin with 9th grade next year and add a grade level each year through 12thgrade. We will hold a meeting in late January or early February to provide specific details of our high school program. This is a very exciting day for the students of North Idaho!!!! Again, thank you for your support and your wonderful children!
Lisa Young wins NWPE Grant
Congratulations to Lisa Young for being awarded a Classroom Grant in the amount of $500 by Northwest Professional Educators. This grant opportunity is open to teachers all through the Northwest, and Lisa was one of the highest applicants for both a grant and a scholarship! Thank you Lisa for taking the extra time and dedication to write this grant and provide more opportunities for your students.
Local Architect Paul Matthews dropped by to share some engineering ideas with a group of young engineers from Mrs. Frates's 4th grade class.
North Idaho STEM places third in national competition
A team of North Idaho STEM Charter Academy students placed third this week in a national competition which requires 5th through 8th grade students to remotely program small satellites on the International Space Station. Complete article at KXLY:
Additional news at Coeur d'Alene Press: http://www.cdapress.com/news/local_news/article_e3ad19b2-c257-5064-b76a-469718eaea17.html
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