A successful visit from CDE

Timberline PK8 had the privilege to host a Colorado Department Education (CDE) visit Nov. 20, 2014.  Teachers, principals, and superintendents from all over Colorado came to the school for a meeting and toured our school. Our STEM Student Leadership Team were able to give a tour to show all the wonderful activities and STEM displays that we have at our school.

Biggest Design Challenge Ever!

Community is big at Rocky Mountain elementary.

Computer Science Education Week at Fall River

The Fall River community will be participating in Computer Science Education Week December 8th-12th.  Students will be participating in computer coding activities in computer lab and their classes as part of "Hour of Code"- an international promotional event to introduce students to computer science.   This inititiave is designed to give every student the opportunity to explore computer programing.  Students watch an introductory inspirational video about the importance of computer programming.

Hour of Code

Click here to find out what TRMS has in store for the week code!

We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly hinge on understanding how technology works. But only a tiny fraction of us are learning computer science, and less students are studying it than a decade ago.

Skyline Open House

You are invited to an Open House at Skyline High School to learn about all of the Academic Programs that Skyline has to offer, including the STEM and VPA Academies. It will be held on Monday, December 8th, at 6:00 pm at Skyline High School. Click here to find out more information. We hope to see you there!

What Can You Create for the Longmont Council for the Arts?

Show us what is important to you -or- A Day in your life.
Check out an example video here.

Kinder Coders

Kindergarten teacher Mrs.

November 2014- Students Facilitate for Parents

We had a wonderful turnout for our Community Event, 10 Years of Alpine. This event was hosted by our student leadership team.  They have been meeting since the beginning of the year, identifying problems we have at Alpine that are important to students, staff, parents and our community. Through our work, 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders have used the design thinking process to develop empathy for those affected by the problems we have identified. At our community event, students shared the problems, the needs of the users and helped to define specific areas needing support.

Alpine Energy Ninjas

Three schools, Mead Elementary, Alpine Elementary and Sunset Middle have been selected to participate in the Energy Conservation I

Vex IQ Robotics

Vex Competition: In our robotics enrichment club, students are using Vex IQ components to build robots that will compete in different challe