Welcome to the GMS STEM Academy!
What is the GCISD STEM Vision?STEM ( Science Technology Engineering and Math) in GCISD provides a rigorous pathway that inspires students to problem solve, innovate, take risks, create, work collaboratively, design, communicate effectively, and take ownership of their learning by making authentic real-world connections through the integration of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics across content areas in preparation for future college and career opportunities that will empower them to envision solutions for global issues.GMS STEM Academy Mission Statement
The mission of the GMS STEM Academy is to provide authentic learning opportunities that inspire and allow for student voice and encourage risk-taking. Experiences will foster problem-solving through the use of design thinking, collaboration and innovative use of technology to prepare learners to be productive and engaged global citizens.
Engineering Week STEM 2016
Daily supplies - What do we need to bring?
Below are the general supply lists for each grade level. Additional supplies may be needed throughout the year.
Basic daily supplies EVERY STEM student will need:
- Charged Device and charger
- Pens and pencils
- Paper and Binder
If students have difficulty obtaining school supplies, please speak with Jennifer Lemke (student advocate email@example.com) or one of the STEM teachers.
Link to GMS STEM Booster Club information
Volunteering at GMS link to background check information
Please join GMS STEM Academy on Facebook and TwitterHelpful Links - Teacher contacts and pagesGMS STEM Department Lead - Jamie Nutt (firstname.lastname@example.org )ScienceJamie Nutt (6/7 Accelerated Science) /site/Default.aspx?PageID=17848Janis Davis (6 Acclerated Science/ STEM Biology)/site/Default.aspx?PageID=33673EnglishMorgan Laney (6/8 Pre-AP STEM ELA)/site/Default.aspx?PageID=42962Cindy Trimble (6/7 Pre-AP STEM ELA)/site/Default.aspx?PageID=11317Lilly Monson ( 6/7/8 STEM Cause and Effects ELA Elective)/site/Default.aspx?PageID=28871Social StudiesMickie Dozier ( 6/8 Pre-AP STEM World Cultures/American History)/site/Default.aspx?PageID=28219Chad Hannon ( 7/8 Pre-AP STEM Texas History/ World History)/site/Default.aspx?PageID=10921MathematicsHeather Stebbins ( 6/7 Accelerated STEM Math)Mollie Sheridan (6 Accelerated STEM Math/ STEM Algebra 1)/site/Default.aspx?PageID=12134