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STEM-X 2019 programs - apply for June sessions

(formerly the STEM Institutes)

STEM-X sparks passion, builds confidence, inspires action. Courses offered in summer 2019 will include:

  • oceanography
  • how animals communicate
  • music and beat production
  • aerospace exploration
  • underwater robotics
  • science of Harry Potter
  • technical theater and more!

STEM-X programs will be offered at these schools:

  • Poudre High School: June 3-7 (for students entering grades 1st-9th)
  • Shepherdson Elementary: June 10-14 (for students entering grades 1st-3rd)
  • Webber Middle School: June 10-14 & June 17-21 (for students entering grades 4th-5th)
  • Preston Middle School: June 10-14 & June 17-21 (for students entering grades 6th-9th)

For complete details and registration, visit the STEM-X website at www.STEM-X.org.

 

Summer in the City program application deadline is May 15 

Summer in the City is open to students in grades 9-11 and will be held June 10-13. Applications will be accepted until May 15 or until all spots are filled. 

This short-term summer camp and service learning program offers high school students the chance to learn more about how their city works, explore possible career paths and learn about ways to be civically engaged. Students get behind-the-scenes tours of City Hall, Fort Collins Police Services, and Water Treatment Facilities. They also get to meet the mayor, city council members and other city leaders. 

Interested students can apply on the City of Fort Collins website. They can also contact Amy Resseguie at 970-416-2738 and aresseguie@fcgov.com, or Heather Cox  at 970-416-2358 or hcox@fcgov.com.

 

Safe2Tell - Call 1-877-542-SAFE (7233

Make a Report. Make a Difference 

Anonymously report  issues that concern or threaten you, your friends, your family or your community - submit a tip by visiting the Safe2Tell website or by calling 1-877-542-7233. All reports are anonymous. Not sure if you should report your concern? Visit the Reasons to Report web page.

 

Student grades and information

StudentVUE gives students and parents (ParentVue) access to school and student information, verification of contact information and more. Students use their user name and password (the same user name - student ID - and password used for email and other PSD programs). Students who have forgotten their password should contact their school. For more information about the system, visit the ParentVUE and Student Grades web page

 

Interested in starting a club? 

The first step is to submit this Student-Initiated and Led Organization application

 

2019-20 school calendar is now available

The PSD Board of Education approved the 2019-20 school calendar in October. Visit the PSD Calendar web page for additional calendars. 

 

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Photos and videos of students and school events are featured on the PSD Instagram site, as well as the Twitter and Facebook accounts.

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