This past week, Governor Polis announced the third round of the Governor’s Bright Spot Awards, celebrating students from 16 Colorado schools who showed above-average achievement in science. This award highlights the resilience of Colorado’s students and schools. Governor
Polis awarded 16 schools $50,000 of Federal Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund money to purchase educational technology, after-school programming, professional development, and other opportunities that will benefit students’ learning experience.
“By highlighting the top sixteen schools in the state for science achievement, we are shining a light on what works. We look forward to finding out what works at these schools and helping more students excel in science. Improving science education will help students and our state. Many of Colorado’s booming job sectors like aerospace are based on science so I am thrilled to provide these science-education related grants to schools so our teachers have the tools in the classroom and students can learn and get into good-paying jobs,” said Governor Polis. “We are also proposing a new investment in after-school programs to boost science achievement.”
We are excited to announce that Colorado STEM Academy is one of the sixteen schools across the state earning this award. GO CSA! We are incredibly proud of our students and staff for their ongoing efforts.
November 13- Early Release
November 15- PTA
November 20-24 Thanksgiving Break
December 6- New Parent Information Night
New Parent Information Night
Please share with friends and neighbors! We will be hosting an information night for prospective families interested in enrolling children for the 2024-2025 school year. Our event will be from 5:00-6:30 in the Irving Street building and will include an informational presentation, tours, and an opportunity to ask questions.