Más información acerca de las solicitudes de ingreso en español para STEM están disponibles aquí
The John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School on the Aurora University campus serves students in third through eighth grades in the East Aurora, Batavia, Indian Prairie and West Aurora school districts. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math.
Teachers for the STEM Partnership School are drawn from the four districts and complete STEM graduate coursework or professional development in the school. They will return to their home districts to serve as teacher leaders.
The curriculum for students has been developed through a collaboration between area educators and local corporations, covering the STEM fields as well as art, music and more. The building itself will serve as a teaching tool, with a green roof, solar panels, a wind turbine, and other elements.
Instructional expenses will be covered by district per-capita budgets, and AU will fund ongoing operational costs.
2016-17 STEM school information sheet and application English | en Español
For more information on the STEM Partnership School, go to stem.aurora.edu.
Information on the 2016-17 application process, including the parent survey: English | en Español
To see a video of the March 15, 2016, STEM parent information meeting, go here.
STEM Bus Routes for 2015-16
STEM Governing Board Meeting Dates 2016-17