Englewood Leadership Academy Englewood Leadership Academy
(ELA) is a middle school in Englewood, CO with an emphasis on individualized attention, community
partnerships, and interdisciplinary projets. The club will be run in cooperation with ELA teachers Ericka Legnard and Becky Raimonde.
Ericka has been teaching in Englewood Schools for 17 years, and currently teaches Math and Leadership at ELA. She has a bachelor's degree in Biological Science and a
master's degree in Math Education. Ericka is committed to bringing new opportunities to students to help them reach their full potential and serves as the coach of the MathCounts team.
Green Mountain High School Green Mountain High School
(GMHS) is located in Lakewood, CO and enables students to explore their passions with great depth. Students can focus on
one or multiple areas from STEM, business & global studies, health & human services, and arts, humanities & performance. The club will be run in cooperation with GMHS teacher Charles Butterworth.
Littleton High School Littleton High School
(LHS) is located in Littleton, CO and offers students the opportunity to complete a STEM Certificate Program
through additional coursework and a digital portfolio. The club will be assisting LHS teacher Pamela Wilkins with the Technology Student Association (TSA) chapter.
Pamela has a background in Industrial Arts & Technology Education and a master's degree in Manufacturing Technology & Construction Management. She is credentialed
in STEM and has been teaching at LHS for 21 years. She started the TSA club and has served as the club's advisor ever since. A total of 13 LHS TSA members qualfied for the TSA national cometition in 2016.
York International Academy York International School
(YIS) is an International Baccalaureate inspired K-12 school home to highly active
learners and well-rounded students with a strong commitment to academics and the York community. Facilitators will be assisting the TSA club at YIS. The club will be run in cooperation with YIS teacher Ben Simonds.
Wheat Ridge High School Wheat Ridge High School
(WRHS) values academic rigor and high performance expectations for all students, and an inclusive
educational environment that emphasizes integrity, respect, and responsibility. Facilitators will be assisting a team of high school students in designing and building a hydrogen fuel cell car. The club will be run in cooperation
with WRHS teacher Chuck Sprague and faculty mentors Ron Rorrer
and Doug Gallagher. In the spring of
2015 under the direction of Ron and Dough, the WRHS fuel cell car team placed 1st
in the Shell ECO-marathon
prototype division. The team placed second in 2016.