STEM

R.O.A.R. Design Challenge - Robotics Style!

Third graders are ideating ways to solve their question, "How might we create a demonstration of R.O.A.R.

VEX IQ at Northridge

Students who are a part of the VEX IQ Competitive teams at Northridge competed in their second tournament on Saturday, February 4.  At this tournament, team members worked to improve their notebooks, game strategies, and robot modifications based on the feedback they received from judges in the last tournament.  In addition to working on their designs, students also continued to improve their teamwork and sportsmanship as they received feedback from their coaches.

Vex Mountain Lion Robotics Tournament

Saturday, January 28 was the 4th annual Mountain Lion Vex IQ Robotics Challenge hosted by Alpine Elementary IB World School in St Vrain Valley Schools in Longmont, CO.  It was spectacular!  22 teams from around Longmont competed in several events.  

Lights On Afterschool a Huge Success

Watch out for Tornadoes!

Fund Run

STEM can show up EVERYWHERE, and it isn’t just about classroom learning.  STEM in SVVSD really translates to students who can problem solve, integrate and personalize their learning in unique ways, connect with others, and develop 21st century skills (communicate well, collaborate, think critically, be creative, and embrace character development).

Timberline Pk-8 Partners with CU Science Discovery

Timberline Pk-8 is offering a new STEM opportunity for students this year. During each monthly late start, the University of Colorado Science Discovery program will offer project- and problem-based learning opportunities. For the first session on September 7, students learned about acoustics and the human ear through experiments and simulations.

Timberline Pk-8 Teacher Selected for Expedition to Antarctica

K-8 Students Experience Antarctica

On Wednesday August 24, Timberline 4th, 5th, and 8th graders had the privilege of working with Lynn Kaluzienski, a researcher at both the Sc

Computer Science and Robotics at Fall River Elementary

Students at Fall River Elementary have several opportunities to learn about computer science and robotics.   Students can participate in a competitive VEX IQ program.  These students work in collaborative teams to accomplish tasks determined by VEX IQ in advance.  During tournaments, teams compete and form alliances to earn points, win awards and possibly advance to state and world tournaments. Students on the competitive robotics team meet at least twice a week and before or after school as needed.

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