Cable Connection February 21, 2018

posted Feb 21, 2018, 4:29 PM by Jane Baker   [ updated Feb 21, 2018, 4:36 PM ]


Important Dates:


February 21- 6:30pm Board of Directors Meeting

February 21-23- High School Spirit Week

February 22 5:30pm- High School Sports  Parent Meeting

February 23- 7 pm Stargate Community Night (Denver Nuggets vs Spurs)

February 23- 7-10pm High School Dance

February 24- 2-4pm Basic Maintenance and Roadside Repairs Student Clinic

February 27- Fundraising Triple Play Dine out night 11am-9pm Rusty Bucket

3pm-8pm The Menchie’s

5pm-8pm Crushed Red Pizza and Salad

March 1- Final Deadline for yearbook order

March 10- Stargate Gala

March 21- 6:30pm Board of Directors Meeting

March 26-30 Spring Break-No School


CMAS/PSAT/SAT Dates

As mentioned in the last Cable Connection, state CMAS testing will soon be upon us. This year, again, in an effort to minimize testing's impact on instructional time and the number of instructional days effected, we are going to have all students in the secondary testing at the same time. In order to do this, each student will test on their personal laptop. We will send out computer set up instructions later this week.


On all the testing dates, daily start and end times will be the same as our regular schedule. The exception is on Tuesday, April 10, High School students will be released after their PSAT/SAT around 12:15pm.  


CMAS 2018 master schedule can be found HERE


Grade level testing dates are outlined below:

  • All 6th, 7th and 8th grade students will take English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics CMAS March 19, 20 and 21.

  • On April 10, all 9th graders will that the PSAT9, 10th graders will take the PSAT10, and 11th graders will take the SAT.

  • All 8th grade and 11th grade students will take the Science CMAS test on April 17 and 18.


High School Sadie Hawkins Dance
Our high school Snowy Sadie Hawkins Dance will be held on February 23rd from 7 pm - 10 pm. This dance is available to current Stargate High School students.  Stargate high school students may bring one high school aged guest and guest forms must have been submitted by today. Dress for dance the semi formal. Cost will be $10 at the door and concessions will be sold.


Basic Maintenance and Roadside Repairs Student Clinic

Come join us at our Basic Maintenance and Roadside Repairs Clinic hosted by the Stargate Rallycross Project! Meet us in the Stargate student parking lot at 2:00 pm on Saturday February 24 to learn basic maintenance and repair such as checking fluids and changing tires! This clinic is available for all current Stargate students in 8th-11th grade and will be taught by two ASE Certified Mechanics. Be sure to dress appropriately and wear closed toed shoes. The event is free to attend, though donations towards the Stargate Rallycross Project will be accepted and appreciated.


Middle and High School Yearbooks

It's not too late to order your middle or high school yearbook! Don't miss out on a great way to commemorate all your wonderful Stargate memories.You must pay online through Pictavo in order to get your book; the middle and high schools are no longer accepting cash or check. As with last year, we will not order extras. March 1 is the deadline to order.

Middle School: $55

They can be personalized for an additional charge.

Order here: Stargate Charter 6-8-Yearbooks-Pictavo Community

High School: $56

They can be personalized for an additional charge.

Just go here to order

High School Spring Sports

The spring season is fast approaching! The following sports will be offered this spring: Girls Soccer, Girls Tennis and Boys/Girls Track and Field

There will be a parent meeting Thursday February 22 5:30pm in the Field House. The meeting will provide you with more information on the season as well as give you a chance to meet the coaches.

Registration will be open for all spring sports Thursday February 1 and can be accessed on the Stargate website under High School Athletics HERE.

Please note: your Student  cannot participate in any capacity until all forms, fees and physicals are turned in. This is per the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA).


Girls Soccer

Head Coach: Dana O’Neill, dana.oneill@stargateschool.org

Optional Preseason Camp: February 20-23 3:45-5:30pm.

1st Official Practice: Monday February 26 3:45-5:30pm

Practices will be Monday-Friday


Girls Tennis

Head Coach: Glenn Gielas, glenn.gielas@stargateschool.org

1st Official Practice: Monday February 26 4:00-5:30pm @ Rocky Top Middle School

Practices will be Monday through Friday@ Rocky Top Middle School


Boys/Girls Track and Field

Head Coach: Forrest Vaughan, forrest.vaughan@stargateschool.org

Assistant Coach: Pat Williams

Optional Preseason Camp: February 21-23 3:50-6:00pm (Please meet in the Field House)

1st Official Practice: Monday February 26 3:50-6:00pm

Practices will be Monday-Friday


Please contact Ms. Lamonski with any questions. miranda.lamonski@stargateschool.org


Middle School Spring Sports

Boys Baseball and Girls Soccer registration will be open March 1! The first official practice will be Monday March 12 3:45-5:00pm. Practices will be Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:45-5:00pm

All forms, fees and physicals must be turned in by March 12. Your son or daughter will be unable to participate until these are complete and on file.

There will be a parent meeting Monday March 12 5:15pm in the Field House. You will receive more information on the season as well as have a chance to meet the coaches. Game schedules are currently posted on the community website under Middle School Athletics.

We are excited for the spring season!

Please email Ms. Lamonski with any questions.

miranda.lamonski@stargateschool.org


Prom

This year we will have our first ever Junior/Senior Prom. This event is available to our current Juniors and each Junior may bring one high school aged guest. Today at our Assembly, our Prom Committee revealed the theme and location of this year’s Prom. It will take place at the Stonebrook Manor in Thornton from 8pm-11pm on April 21. The theme will be A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Tickets will go on sale the beginning of March for an early bird price of $40 per ticket. After March 9, the price will be $45 per ticket. Included in the Prom ticket price will be admission to the After Prom event in the Stargate Fieldhouse hosted by our parent After Prom Committee. The After Prom event will be 11pm-2am.

 

After-Prom Decoration Committee

The After-Prom Decoration Committee will be having build days on the following Thursday afternoons to prepare decorations for the After Prom event:

  • 2/22 - 1:00 - 3:30

  • 3/1 - 1:00 - 3:30

All parents are welcome to come help out.  We will be building in the MS adroit room, Secondary building room 155. Please check in at the front desk.

 

2019 High School Graduation

The 2019 High School Graduation Committee is being formed. If you are interested in participating, please email josh.cochran@stargateschool.

 

Future Medical Professionals Club Upcoming Events
Our High School Future Medical Professionals Club would like to invite all high school students who are interested to the following events.  

All events are from 3:45 to 5:00 in Mrs. McVeigh's Room (Rm 261)
Feb 27 - Guest Doctor Paige Archey will show us how to suture with a hands on activity and tell us all about her career.
March 14th (Wednesday) from 2pm-5pm - We are scheduled to do a tour of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus where we will meet some current med students and visit the CAPE facility!
Apr 3, Apr 17, May 1, and May 15 - Activities/Guests TBD
Contact Mrs. McVeigh (sponsor) or Portia Bhattacharjee (President) with questions/concerns!

 

Save the Date for the Battle of the Brains

Calling all trivia buffs and Jeopardy fans! Make sure to save the date for the​ Battle of the Brains tournament, the tournament for teams of adults that want to battle it out for top honors. The tournament will be held the morning of April 14th at Stargate. More information to come soon!


Don't Forget To Order Lunch!

Reminder to all Stargate parents. Please don't forget to order lunch for your hungry students. Hot meals must be ordered a minimum of  2 days in advance. There are No Same Day Meal Orders. Meals are easily ordered through the online ordering system. Login at:  https://michaels.h1.hotlunchonline.net/


Wholesome Foods will be available to order in the Secondary Building Monday-Thursday.

Restaurant choices are:

Monday: Tokyo Joes/P F Chang's (alternating)

Tuesday: California Pizza Kitchen

Wednesday: Renegade Burrito

Thursday: Which Wich/Subway (alternating)

Please click the following for more information on how to order from Wholesome Foods.

Wholesome Foods Information Sheet


Fridays are Pizza Friday and need to be ordered through MyKidsLunch under "Stargate Pizza Friday."

Login at:  https://michaels.h1.hotlunchonline.net/


Please consider signing up to volunteer on Pizza Fridays. It’s a great way to see your student at lunch and enjoy a delicious slice of pizza. To get started please click the following:

Secondary: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C094FA5A628A0F58-secondary1

 

MATHCOUNTS

Stargate took a team of sixteen Middle School students to the Adams 12 MATHCOUNTS District Finals competition on Saturday, February 10th, at Rocky Top Middle School.  About 125 students from twelve schools competed.


The team of Ritwik Bhattacharjee, Donavon Facey, Jeremy Huang and Allison Xin took home the 2nd place team trophy.  In the individual competition Stargate took five of the top ten positions.  Donavon took 1st place, Max Kulbida placed 4th, Alexa Harper placed 5th, Jeremy placed 8th, and Allison placed 9th.


Other Stargate students who competed were Alex Horne, Nick Nguyen, Alex Wallach, Alvina Zhang, Raymond Anderson, David Thumma, Nick Hofer, Pranav Konijeti, Ryan Marx, and Aditya Nandyal.


The MATHCOUNTS team’s next competition will be the North Metro Chapter competition on February 24th, at which ten team members can compete.  The top finishers at that competition will qualify for the State Finals to be held on March 17th.


MOCK TRIAL

Mock Trial team is also headed to State March 9 and 10! The team is led by Mr. Fulton and earned a 2nd place finish at their regional meet. We had 20 students competing, 3 being recognized as outstanding individual students, and one of our teams being recognized for winning the

Professionalism Award.


The individual awards went to:

Akshat Jain for Outstanding Attorney

Brendan Bottrell for Outstanding Attorney

Nick Kemp for Outstanding Witness (bringing his total to 2 Outstanding Witness awards in 3 years of competition)


The professionalism award was given to our team Stargate Pi, which included the following members:

Akshat Jain

Annie McDonnell

Aria Cohen

Arnav Konijeti

Brendan Bottrell

Chance Harper

Chanuk Thang

Evan Johnson

Miles Claver

Nicholas Kemp

Rachel Castro

Yejin Won


The other 8 students who competed were:

Andrew Robinson

Austin Fay

Haley Magin

Katya Hoopes

Kelly McVeigh

Kopal Chaurasia

Rowan Smart

Sydney Heys

 

High School Boys and Girls Basketball  Seasons

Congratulations to our HS Boys and Girls Basketball teams on their fantastic inaugural CHSAA season! The boys lost a heartbreaker at their district tournament last night vs. Eagle Ridge Academy. They finished the season with a 12-8 record and are returning a great group of young men as they head in to the Metro League next season.

 

The girls and their ferocious defense won their district quarterfinal game Monday night versus DSST Green Valley Ranch by a score of 24-15. They play against Weld Central on Thursday night in the Semifinals of the district tournament. The girls are 12-8 and in the top 25 in the state's standings. The game is at Ft. Lupton High School at 5:30pm Thursday. We would love to have as many Eagles in the crowd as possible.

 

Eagles On The Move

  • Jongho Choi, 11th grade, was selected for and performed at the All State Orchestra Festival earlier in February

  • Akshat Jain, 10th grade, is the the 2018  State Chess Champion for grades K-12 and will be representing Colorado in the Denker National Tournament in July.

  • Evan Johnson, 11th grade , earned his Eagle Scout and Silver Palm a few weeks ago.

  • Colin Duffy, 8th grade, qualified for worlds in both Bouldering and Leap Climbing and will compete internationally later this year.

  • Brune Armstrong, 10th grade, earned a letter for wrestling at Mountain Range High School.

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