Meeker students learn to make their own chia pets

RBC I Last week, Meeker 4-H Program Coordinator Carley Smith visited Kay Bivens’ library class at Meeker Elementary School to present a STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) activity to pre-school students through fifth graders, focusing on science by having the kids make their own chia pets.

Dr. Seuss…

The date of Feb. 29 only rolls around once every four years and that date made for a great day to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Kathleen Kelley’s literature class at Meeker High School presented three Seuss stories to about 80 children and their parents at Meeker Elementary School. All enjoyed the skits of ‘Green Eggs […]

January was STEM month at MES library

MEEKER I January was Library Month at Meeker Elementary School, utilizing the theme of “robots.” The students were invited to make and bring a robot to the library. By the end of the month, 111 robots took over the MES library.

STEM at work…

The first week of January saw Meeker 4-H Program Coordinator Carley Smith visit Kay Bivens’ library class demonstrating STEM (Science. Technology, Engineering and Math) activities to first through fifth graders. The theme for this week’s presentation was engineering, focusing on building model ski jumps.

Book donation…

MES 100-mile club…

Meeker 5th Graders…

MHS art show at elementary school

MEEKER | Art students at Meeker High School will be holding their annual High School Art Show all next week in the Meeker Elementary School library, and the school art program is inviting the public to visit the show.

‘Night at MES Museum’ tonight

MEEKER I The fifth-grade class at Meeker Elementary School invites the Meeker community to the “Night at the MES Museum” today from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

‘Night at the MES Museum’ and book fair set April 8-9

MEEKER I The fifth-grade class at Meeker Elementary School invites the Meeker community to the “Night at the MES Museum” on April 9 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Two Meeker DI teams head to state next

MEEKER I Meeker Elementary School had five teams participate in Destination Imagination on Saturday at the Western Slope Regional Tournament, and two of those teams will continue on to the DI State Finals in April.

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