Cable Connection April 22, 2019

posted Apr 22, 2019, 3:49 PM by Jane Baker



Important Dates:

April 23- 6:00pm Art Show Reception

April 24- 6th grade Field Trip

April 24- 6:00pm State of the School Board Presentation

April 25-27 Mary Poppins Spring Musical

April 27 9-1 Spring Bike Roundup

April 30- 6:30pm High School Band and Orchestra Concert

May 1- 6:30pm Middle School band and Orchestra Concert

May 2- 6:30pm Board of Directors Candidate Forum

May 3- 12th grade Field Trip

May 3- 7-9pm Middle School Dance

May 6- 6:00pm HS Awards Night Grades 9-11

May 9- Last day for seniors/Senior Sunset Dinner

May 10-Regular school day for Secondary students

May 13 6:00pm Reception for Michael Henderson/Executive Director of Academics

May 16- 6:00pm HS Senior Recognition Night

May 20- Film Festival

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May 6-17-AP Exams

May 21- 6:00pm High School Graduation, Macky Auditorium/ University of Colorado Boulder

May 22- 6:30pm 8th Grade Continuation-Stargate Fieldhouse

May 23 11:30 Dismissal - last day of school


Updated Sports Schedules

Community Website-Master Events Calendar, Important Announcements, School Information, Staff Directory


Hello, Stargate families,

This is going to be an incredible week. There is so much to be excited about including: the Art Show, Spring Musical Mary Poppins, State of the School Presentation, middle and high school home soccer games and our Adroit Expo. Please join us for these events to see our students in action.


Rise above,

Rob


Wednesday, April 24 Secondary Release at 2:10pm

We will return to a regular 2:10pm release this Wednesday, April 24th for middle and high school students.

 

Adroit Expo April 26th

The Adroit Expo is scheduled for the Friday, April 26. We are so excited for our students to show their passion projects to the community.  Here's the schedule for this year's event. Please plan a little extra time for drop off on Friday morning and be patient as it will take longer for students to unload their projects. Please park in the parking lots south of the Elementary and Secondary  buildings as the north parking lot is reserved for students and staff.

 

Spring Bike Roundup Saturday April 27th.  9:00 AM – 1:00 PM.  Park in Elementary Parking Lot, Roundup will be located on the Basketball Court.

The Stargate Mountain Bike Team would like to invite Stargate families to bring their bicycles to our 1st Annual Spring Bike Roundup! Stargate Mountain Bike riders and coaches will be performing bike tune ups to help our Stargate families get ready for spring and summer! We will be offering a bike wash, multi-point inspection, repair of flat tires, lubrication of chain and drivetrain, and adjustments to brakes and shifters.  (Major maintenance needs beyond our scope will be identified for you). We will be accepting voluntary donations, which will go towards our team fund for the 2019 season. Please feel free to drop off your bikes early and pick them up later if you need to run errands. We will also be accepting bike donations for this wonderful charity: http://bicycles-for-humanity.org/ Come on out and meet our team members and learn more about Stargate Mountain Biking!


High School Awards Night Grades 9-11 May 6th

At the high school awards night on Monday, May 6th at 6:00 pm, we will recognize high school students in grades 9-11 receiving department awards as well as extra curricular awards. We will notify the family of each student receiving an award by May 2nd.


Senior Recognition Night May 16th

At the Senior Recognition Night on Thursday, May 16th at 6:00 pm, we will recognize high school seniors receiving department awards, extra curricular awards and cum laude honors. We will notify the family of each student receiving an award by May 13th but everyone is welcome to attend.


HS FILM FESTIVAL

Please join us at the Stargate Performing Arts Theater on Monday, May 20th from 6-8pm for our first ever Film Festival! We'll showcase our student's short films and have brief Q&A sessions after each. Admission is free! We're very excited to share these films with the Stargate community. For more information, please click HERE.


Middle School Summer Fitness Fun Program

Stargate Middle School introduces, for the second year, its Middle School Summer Fitness Fun Program. This program is available to all incoming 6th, 7th and 8th grade Stargate students for the months of June and July. The program is geared toward multiple aspects of athletic development and fitness over the summer months. The cost of the program is $75 per person. Training days will be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9:00am- 10:30am. The $75 fee covers all 28 training sessions! Please contact Ms. O’Neill for more information: dana.oneill@stargateschool.org. Sign up and schedule for Middle School Summer Fitness Fun  


High School Summer Strength and Conditioning Program

Looking for a great way to improve athletic performance or stay fit and active over the summer months?  Stargate High School Summer Strength and Conditioning program is available to all Stargate High School students that are incoming freshmen through seniors during June and July.  The program is geared toward all aspects of athletic development and improved fitness. The goal of our Strength & Conditioning Program is to provide students and athletes the best opportunity to improve their athletic performance and fitness over the summer months. The cost of the full summer is $75 per person.  Training days will be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, from 8:00am-9:30am. The $75 fee covers all 28 training sessions!

Sign up and schedule for High School Summer Strength and Conditioning


Spring Musical Mary Poppins-Tickets on Sale NOW!

This week is Stargate’s spring musical, Mary Poppins! Complete with elaborate musical numbers, this show is a great way to kick off your summer!

Don’t miss out on this Disney classic!

Tickets are available online now! Link: https://stargateco.booktix.com/index.php


SAC Vacancy

We currently have a vacancy on the School Accountability Committee. To learn more about this important committee please visit the  School Accountability Committee web page.  If you are interested in applying for this position please contact recruiting@stargateschool.org.

 

Candidate Forum May 2

The Recruiting Committee will be hosting a Candidate Forum on Thursday, May 2 at 6:30 in the Stargate Performing Arts Center. All questions for the candidates must be submitted in advance via THIS FORM, no questions will be taken from the floor. Information about the candidates and The "Rules of Engagement" for the candidate forum can be found on the Elections page. The candidates will also have a brief opportunity to introduce themselves at Wednesday's State of the School Meeting.

 

The Book Fair is Coming!  The Book Fair is Coming!

The USBORNE BOOKS & MORE BOOK FAIR is coming to Stargate, April 29th thru May 3rd, in the Elementary Library.  We are very excited to share these books and the fun of reading with you. We will have lots of books, for all reading levels. Teachers especially love the amazing non-fiction titles. Our school benefits and earns books/cash from every purchase, so we appreciate your support! Showing your child that reading really matters is one of the best examples you can possibly set.

Can't make it to the fair? Shop online and support our school. Simply go to www.ExploreUsborne.com, select Stargate, and shop.

I hope all you cool cats will join us because READING ROCKS at the book fair!


Hours are as follows:

Monday 11am-4pm

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30am-8pm

Thur-Friday 7:30-4pm


We are looking for volunteers on Monday, April 29th between 8-11am to help set up. We are also need volunteers to help tear down on May 3rd after 4pm. Please contact Rachelle.czarnecki@stargateschool.org to sign up.


Eagles On The Move


CHSAA Band and Orchestra

This past week our middle school and high school ensembles made us proud at the CHSAA music festivals.  The middle school band and the high school Chamber Band earned their very first Superior ratings ever! In addition, the MS and HS Chamber Orchestras earned Superior ratings too.  The judges were very complimentary about all of the ensembles performances and behavior on and off the stage. Please join us for our upcoming concerts. The high school will be performing on Tuesday April 30th at 6:30pm and the middle school will be performing on Wednesday May 1st at 6:30pm.


Skills USA State Championships

Jacob Seger competed at the Skills USA State Championships in Colorado Springs.  After both a written test and long practical exam consisting of 12, 20-minute stations, Jacob finished 2nd overall, in the Automotive Division.


Colorado State Stock Pitch Competition

At the Colorado State Stock Pitch Competition hosted by Stargate last Friday, we had four students place. Morgan Starner placed first and will be attending the Global Stock Pitch Competition hosted by NASDAQ in New York City. Nick Kemp placed second, and Austin Fay and Aditya Shankarling placed third.

 

Young Alliance Festival

Stargate students shine again, as 1st place winners in the Young Alliance Festival last weekend:

Jeremy Huang- Jr Piano Division

Jiann Kim- Intermediate Strings

Reese Bush- Senior Strings Level A

 

Meaghan Walsh to Participate in Summer Conference and Field Study in South Korea

Meaghan Walsh, a teacher at Stargate School, has been selected as a delegate to participate in a geography education conference and field study in South Korea during June 2019.  The geography activities on the Korean Peninsula will enable Ms. Walsh to gain direct experience with the Korean people and their culture. A one day conference in Seoul, capital of South Korea, will focus on the geopolitics of the Korean Peninsula, and the territorial and geographical naming issues that have persisted since the end of World War II. The field study will include observations at the Joint Security Area of the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea, visits to agricultural and industrial sites, the study of Seoul as one of the world’s largest cities, and the historical and cultural heritage sites representing the Korean Peninsula’s 3000-year history. The Delegation to South Korea is made up of 14 teachers from the U.S. Each of the teachers instructs high school students in the College Board High School Course entitled Advanced Placement Human Geography, which transfers as college credit to many colleges and universities. The Northeast Asian History Foundation sponsors the all expense paid opportunity for teachers to engage in international field study, collaboration with South Korean teachers, and to share their academic expertise in human geography.
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