The Science and STEM team has been working diligently to create a program like no other. Students are able to integrate their knowledge from other subjects into their study of science to bring their learning full-circle.  
This quarter, kindergarten students dissected owl pellets to enhance their reading of Owl Moon and first-grade students developed invisible ink similar to those used during the American Revolution.

While studying siege warfare in Ancient Egypt, second-grade students built a siege tower to protect assailants. Third-grade students constructed aqueducts as they learned about Roman architecture. A team of fourth and fifth-grade students will compete in a Lego robotic challenge against other Colorado teams.

A hydroponic garden will soon be added to both science labs and students will participate in the maintenance and observation of plant growth without soil.