KTHS Dog Wash & Grooming Fundraiser

It’s that time again. The KTHS Vet Assisting program is hosting their dog wash to raise funds for their class activities and their HOSA competitive team. We will have 4 this year, one per quarter.

This year, we will continue our tradition of the overnight field trip to the Sea Life Center and the Wildlife Conservation Center. Our program has grown, so we will be taking two advanced classes instead of one this year.  We also are raising funds to send our competitive team to compete in the Veterinary Science Competition again this year. Last year our program took state champions and we hope for a repeat this year. Our chapter is growing and we will have 13 competing this year versus only 2 last year.

Please see the attached flyer for prices, offered services, and times.  It is by walk in only! The wait may be long, but our students will try to make it worth your while. We will offer bath, brush, blow dry, teeth brushing, ear cleaning, toe nail trims and anal gland expression. Our students do not learn full grooming, so we cannot do haircuts.  Please make sure to bring your pets Rabies certificate with you.

Our students can’t wait to work with your pet. Cats are also welcome, but it does become a bit stressful for them with all of the dogs.  GroomingFundraiser-flyer

Steller Spaghetti Lunch – This Friday!

SOUPER STELLER IS BACK!!!!  This Friday, February 28th, the Souper Steller committee is hosting it’s first Souper Steller Friday!   To kick start the year the committee is hosting a free SPAGHETTI Lunch for all!  The menu will consist of pasta both traditional and gluten free, with a meat or vegetarian sauce, roll, vegetable and fruit.

If you would like to help in the preparations, please speak with Katie Scoggin, or just show up Thursday afternoon in the Steller kitchen where you will be put to work!

And don’t forget… BRING YOUR OWN BOWLS!!!

Steller Jazz Group

Aa a passage, Ella Hanson will be holding a jazz group at Steller during 7th hour. Our first rehearsal will be Thursday, October 4th. All wind players are welcome, as well as rhythm section instrumentalists provided they have a year of experience on their instruments. Steller’s jazz group will have the incredible opportunity to work with Sara Anderholm, a musician, songwriter and teacher.

For more information visit her website, http://www.sarzmusic.com.

All participating musicians are expected to attend rehearsals, practice outside of school, and be available to play at the All Community Meeting in November. We’d love to get an accurate headcount before we start, so if you intend to join us or have any questions, talk to Ella or email me at ellah1702@gmail.com.

Trailside Hit the Trails 2K/5K Family Fun Run/Walk

This is a fun family event that will take place on Saturday, October 6 @ 10a.m. on the beautiful trails next to Trailside Elementary & Service High School.  There is a 2K race and 5K race open to adults and children (no animals please). The race fee is $15/adult, $10/child (excluding day-of). Pre-order your (Tek) race shirt by September 24 for delivery by race day; otherwise, you will receive it 2 weeks post-race.

To register:  Run Walk Hit the trails reg form

To register a team: TeamPECoaches registration form 2018


Congratulations Reagan Miller!

8th grade Steller student and alto saxophonist, Reagan Miller, has been accepted to the ASD Junior Youth Symphony Band.  She went through a competitive audition.  “Reagan is motivated to excel in alto sax playing”, said Mr. Toba, the band director.  “Her commitment and dedication surely paid off.  I am so proud of her achievement.”

The JYSBO will have their first concert on Wednesday, December 5, from 7 p.m., at Bartlett High School.  Admission is free and public is invited.