Peak to Peak students and staff members participating in the National Alliance rocket launch were featured on the local news.
Paige Burns (12th grade) received a grant to help middle school girls learn about coding. She and several other local high school students took time this summer to teach classes to middle school students.
Sister Carmen Center selected Peak to Peak's Key Club for their Group Volunteer of the Year award.
Carla Flanhofer, High School Social Studies teacher, was selected as the 2019 Colorado History Teacher of the Year.
As the 2019 Colorado History Teacher of the Year, she will receive:
● A $1,000 award
● A Certificate of Recognition
● An archive of books and historical resources
● An invitation to attend a 2020 Gilder Lehrman Teacher Seminar
● Recognition at a ceremony in your state
She is also one of fifty-three finalists for the $10,000 National History Teacher of the Year Award.
Elementary Technology Teacher, Michelle Eckstein, and high School student, Erin Byrne (12th grade), presented on Creating VR Tours at the 2019 InnEdCo.
Lee Trombly (10th grade) attended the 4-H State Conference at Colorado State University as part of the Boulder County Livestock Bowl Team. They competed against 10 other teams from across the state. Lee's team won Reserve Champion (2nd Place!) out of 11 total teams. Lee won the Overall Individual High Point out of all of the contestants. The Livestock Bowl tests knowledge about the livestock industry, biology and animal science.
Peak to Peak students are participating in the United Launch Alliance Summer Rocket Launch with several K-12 payloads. Payload projects include:
- Capturing the Moment
- Greenhouse Gas Assessment Apparatus
- Operation Falling Weather