• Lobo Day is our giant version of a field day.  In the Fall semester students both campuses come together at the K-3 Campus and participate in many team building and fun events.  These events are lead by our 8th grade students who teach the games and walk alongside the younger students explaining the rules.

  • Lobo Day 2019-2020!


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  • 2018-2019 Yearbook Link - Click on the image below to download file!


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  • 2019 Family Feast!!



     Science Club


     Bella Romero Academy and OtterBox Partner to Prepare Students for 22nd Century
    The Bella Romero Academy was recently awarded a $12,500 "Innovation Station" grant from the OtterCares Foundation to fund upgrades to the 4-8 Campus makerspace (defined as a space where people can gather to create, invent, and learn).  Otter Products and its OtterCares Foundation are passionate about supporting students in being innovative and entrepreneurial - a perfect match with The Academy's commitment to operating as "Tomorrow's School...Today".  The grant has been used to purchase additional 3D printers, CAD (computer-aided design) software, professional video production and editing equipment/software, and other cutting edge products to enhance learning.
    Students use these futuristic tools in combination with a model called the "Design Thinking Process" developed by the Institute of Design as Stanford to solve complex problems.  Design thinking is defined as "a formal method for practical, creative resolution of problems and creation of solutions, with the intent of an improved future result."  Fore example, students may invent a robotic device to solve a problem the researched, use CAD software to create a prototype of that robot, print the robot parts using the 3D printer, and then program this invention to complete the task using computer science coding software.
     The makerspace is used in the school's "Advanced Robotics", "Science/Technology", "Computer Science", "Introduction to Engineering", "Digital Media", and "Electronic Publications" courses.  In the future, parents, and community members will be invited to use this innovative space to work on their own projects and creations.  In fact, a facilities employee just recently visited the school to request the manufacture (via 3D printer) of a part needed to improve the stability of mounted "exit" signs in schools throught the district.  A perfect project for an entrepreneurial young engineer to tackle!
    The Bella Romero Academy is grateful to the OtterCares Foundation and looks to continue this partnership through involvement of Otter Products employees in supporting students as they tackle design challenges using first-class tools and 22nd Century models of thinking.  Tomorrow has officially been introduced to today. 
  • Hands Across Romero

    Hands Across Romero