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Use BUZZ to submit your STEAM entries. Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox are the recommended browsers.

Log in to the NEW Buzz 2.0 and choose student

Viewing your grade details in Buzz (the link will open a short video explaining how to view your grade details)

STEAM is part of, and in preparation for, a student’s senior project. Every student will need to earn 1 star for each semester attended at South Fremont High School. To receive a star, each student must meet the requirements for each of the STEAM reflections for that semester. Since the senior project is required for graduation, every student must make sure they have all of their STEAM stars. *If a student attends all four years, they must have 8 STEAM stars and 2 senior project stars (the senior project stars will be awarded upon successful completion of their senior project).

A student must complete a senior project by the end of grade 12.  The project must include a written report and an oral presentation. Additional requirements for the senior project are at the discretion of the Local Education Agency. STEAM in the required portfolio component of the senior project. This portfolio includes submissions each semester a student is enrolled in school. These submissions are to reflect and highlight a student’s learning from the areas of Science (Social and Physical), Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Highlights from STEAM submissions are then to be included in the Senior project oral presentation.

STEAM is not tied to a student's English credit.

CONGRATULATIONS!! KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!! These students are on track to be excluded from the STEAM requirement for the last semester of their senior year. They must continue to earn 100% for each semester, by the end of each semester, to stay on track.

Senior STEAM Completers (class of 2017)
Natalie Chelson, Hansen Curtis, Chantell Erickson, Ezra Frandsen, Seth Hanson, Ivie Linger, Porter Moore, Emma Neilson, Lorin Reboiro, Mitch Singleton, Kelaney Stalker Juan Tinajero

Junior STEAM On Track (class of 2018)
Micayla Argueta, Brogan Harrop, Ben Kaufman, Conley Klingler, Kori Larson, Lyndi Loveland, Martina Wilder

Sophomore STEAM On Track (class of 2019) Brilee Abegglen, Nick Hammond, Madison Miller, Rachael Murri, Houston Perkins, Risalyn Swensen, McKenzie Webster

Freshmen STEAM On Track (class of 2020)
Brock Abegglen, Adamari Alvarado, Elias Alvarado, Leticia Caballero, Thomas Chase, Lindsee Elliott, Payten Hollist, Sawyer Klingler, Seth Klingler, Alexis Milner, Trent Morton, Camden Olson, Amanda Thueson, Teri Worrell

Check out these reflections *Please note that these represent students' writing without any faculty editing and is indicative of their current level of skill and ability. We see continual improvement from year to year.

More information about STEAM

Watch this overview PowerPoint from PowToon

Pay close attention to the evidence slides as evidence used in the past will not be accepted this year (for example: selfie with final product only) evidence must prove you participated and/or learned something. Any kind of performance must be supported with a 30 sec. video or sound recording.  If you have questions please ask.  

Questions about evidence

STEAM Submission Dates and Updates

STEAM Evidence and High Quality Reflections' Tips

Click the screencast image below for help setting up Google Drive Folders. This information is also in Buzz in the Welcome Unit.

Printable STEAM submission instructions

Turnitin--after you have received 100% on a steam reflection, read and follow the instructions for the Turnitin assignment in BUZZ.

STEAM rubrics and writing prompts: These are Google Documents. You can Print them from Google Drive or download them as PDF files and print them. (To download as a PDF file: Click on the File Menu--Download As--and then choose PDF Document)

You can also copy them to your Drive so that you can type on them by:Clicking on the File Menu--and them choosing Make A Copy --you can then move the copy to a folder


Not in a science class this semester? Here are some questions you can use to meet the requirement for Physical Science.

Converting files to Mp4 format

You can only access one Google Drive account at a time in a single browser. Help for accessing Google Drive