Latest STEM Charter News
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
Colleen Thomson wins NWPE grant
Congratulations to Mrs. Colleen Thomson, Director of Instruction at North Idaho STEM Charter Academy, and the school team of 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teachers, who have been awarded a $250 classroom grant from Northwest Professional Educators (NWPE). The grant will be used to take 4th, 5th & 6th grade students to compete in the Idaho Tech: NASA Space Consortium Mars Rover Competition at the University of Idaho on April 26th.
Full article at NWPE blog
Tana Loibl, Darlene Frates, Colleen Thomson and Beth Brubaker.
David Moon - GIANTS Award
We would like to congratulate David Moon, our 5th - 8th grade math and science teacher, who has just received the Governor´s Industry Award for Notable Teaching in STEM Award (GIANTS) which recognizes the best science teachers in the state. Mr. Moon was presented the award for the best middle school science teacher in the state of Idaho. We are obviously very happy for Mr. Moon for this much deserved award and very proud to have him as part of our team here at STEM.
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