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  • Liberty Middle School Students Combine Disciplines for Weather Project
    Eighth-graders from Liberty Middle School have built up expertise and perspective on the complexity of weather and meteorology, thanks to an interactive and demanding science project led by teachers Brian Seppala, Erika DeBell and Nadene Kline.
  • Challenge School Science Fair Celebrates STEM Methods
    Instead of worrying about a final grade or other assessment, students who took part in the science fair conducted scientific inquiries for the sake of knowledge.
  • Second Annual STEAM-A-Palooza Event Draws Thousands
    For the second year in a row, thousands of students, parents, teachers and community members reported to Grandview High School on a Saturday afternoon to celebrate science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM).
  • Aspen Crossing Elementary students send balloons into near space
    The trip taught students about much more than altitude and air pressure. It taught them they can do anything they set their minds to.
  • GETTING TECHNICAL - Cherry Creek asks voters to boost career program into the future
    Hunter Marshall is currently in the midst of taking Clinton’s class for the third time, giving him triple the opportunity to create models of residential homes using the design software Revit.
  • 3-D Printer Brings STEM Lessons to Life for Heritage Fourth-Graders
    Thanks to a grant from the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation, fourth-graders at Heritage Elementary School have access to advanced design programs and a 3-D printer.
We believe that our world can only survive when the next generation is prepared to innovate and lead with compassion in a global society.
Our STEM Commitment
​The Cherry Creek School District is committed to providing comprehensive, cutting-edge STEM Education in every school, for every student, so all students will:
​​​​* Do their own thinking
* Have meaningful experiences
* Create, innovate and collaborate
* Care about their learning
* Have an impact on their world
* Prepare for a bright future 


Office of STEM and Innovation
Dr. Richard Charles, Director
Barb Bortz, Administrative Assistant @ 720-554-5605
​Sherri D​ennstedt, Secondary STEM Science Coach
Denise Goldin-Dubois, Secondary STEM Math Coach
Jon Pierce, Elementary STEM and Innovation Coordinator
Dr. Adrian Neibauer, Elementary STEM and Innovation Coach
Keli Kinsella, Elementary STEM and Innovation Coach

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