Best wishes for a relaxing winter break, spent with family, friends and fun!
I hope you can take time to do what makes you most happy, and I look forward to spending another great year with you and Team DPS in 2018.
This week, we attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony at Bear Valley International School for their new STEM lab and joined South High School and George Washington High School as they teamed up for a community service project. Learn more about this week’s events in 60 seconds!
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The students at Bear Valley International School have received a major upgrade to their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) lab, thanks to the overwhelming generosity of the Western Area Power Administration’s (WAPA) electric power training center. The equipment was donated to help the school expand its STEM lab and give students more opportunities to see the application of STEM in the electric utility industry.
The students’ interest in the STEM equipment began during a CareerSpark Industry Exploration event to the power training center last spring. CareerSpark connects middle school students with Denver businesses to expose students to professional work environments in STEM industries. The then-sixth-grade students were so intrigued by what they had learned that WAPA decided to donate the training modules so students could continue their experiential learning.
Click here to learn more about the new STEM lab at Bear Valley International School.
Dec. 22-Jan. 5: Schools closed for winter break
Jan. 6-21: Get discounted tickets to The National Western Stock Show
Jan. 26-Feb. 25: Discounted tickets to performances of American Mariachi