POCATELLO, Idaho, March 15, 2018 Students in Gem Prep: Pocatello outperformed students all over the state and won the 2018 Idaho Math Cup Challenge put on by Imagine Math. During this competition, students from all over Idaho completed 47,395 math hours, 100,056 math lessons and solved over 4.1 million complex math problems during the competition. “We’re so proud of our students. … Read More
The State of Idaho Charter School Commission has just approved out third Gem Prep school. Gem Prep: Meridian will open next fall and serve students in grades K-6 initially (growing to K-12). Here’s a link to the Meridian Press article. Please share this information with any of your Meridian family or friends, and invite them to join our interested families … Read More
Cassia was born and raised here in Pocatello. She is married with two beautiful kids. Cassia majored in deaf studies and ASL at Idaho State University. She enjoys reading and “attempting” Pinterest crafts in her spare time. Cassia is excited to be joining the Gem team of educators, parents and students this coming fall. Go Jaguars!
MRS. MARIELA ROSALES-(KAMMAN) 3rd grade Mariela grew up in Challis, Idaho. She met her husband in high school and they were married shortly threafter. Mariela is graduating from Idaho State University on May 6, 2017, with a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary and Special Education. She will additionally be pursuing a Master’s Degree in Education Administration. Mariela enjoys spending time with her husband … Read More
MRS. STACY MOFFITT, 2nd Grade Originally from California’s Bay Area, Stacy, her husband James, and two daughters moved to Pocatello. Before moving to Idaho, Stacy worked as a teacher substitute and then full-time teacher. She then earned her Master’s degree in literacy from Idaho State University. While working towards her degree, she spent any available off- time as an America Reads Coordinator, … Read More
Here is the latest installment of Mr. Lee’s Round Table, where the students discuss the merits of short versus tall. From pride to humility to hitting the ceiling, so many thoughts and ideas from these critical minds. Click below to enjoy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYOXy_9n6xI
Here’s another quick discussion where Mr. Lee asks the ever-important question, “What would you reach on the highest shelf?” Click the link below to hear the brilliant answers from our Gem student panel. “THE HIGHEST SHELF”
Our Operations Manager sat down with a few of our second grade students to get their take on some really important questions. Click the link below to see what they had to say. They will definitely make you smile, and you may also learn something while you’re listening. WHAT IS BETTER– GOOD OR GREAT? (We’ll be posting another video next week, so be … Read More