Alrighty folks! January 18th is the first SOUPER STELLER of 2019! We’d sure appreciate some SOUPER helpers- parents, students, and staff alike- to come help out either in the morning for preparation or in the afternoon to help serve and clean up! See you all at our first Souper Steller!
The Steller Parent Group held a regular meeting on Tuesday, January 8 at 6:00 PM. The meeting minutes have been prepared and posted. Click here to download the draft minutes.
Souper Steller on January 18 at lunchtime.
Martin Luther King Jr. – Day NO SCHOOL on January 21.
All Community Winter Concert on January 24 at 6:00 pm.
Ice Cream Social on February 7 at 6:00 pm.
Steller Winter Carnival on February 9 at TBD.
Parent Group Meeting on February 12 at 6:00 pm.
Valentine’s Dance on February 15 at TBD.
President’s Day – NO SCHOOL on February 18.
Third Quarter Finals on Week of February 25.
Souper Steller on March 1 at lunchtime.
Notice posted by: Angie Southwould, Parent Group Secretary
Join us at Don Jose’s Mexican Cantina and Restaurant
this Thursday, January 17th between 5pm-9pm for dinner and a night with the family!
Proceeds support Steller Student Educational Event Fund.
Registration is still going to take place this Friday in the MPR.
8th grade (8:00-9:00)
7th grade (9:00-10:15)
12th grade (10:15-11:15)
11th grade (11:15-12:15)
LUNCH (12:15-1:00) *NO STUDENTS IN THE BUILDING*
10th grade (1:00-2:00)
9th grade (2:00-3:00)
DO NOT be in the building other than during your grade registration time.
Intensives will start on time, Monday, December 10th. Just a reminder, that intensives are worth a quarter credit and missing a day is equivalent to missing a week of school. If you are not going to attend, please contact your intensive teacher and the office.
I hope you and your families and friends are well and recovering after the earthquake. Our school experienced little damage but most importantly, all our students and staff were safe and sound. I feel we were very lucky.
An earthquake of this magnitude is a scary event and we all experience and handle trauma differently. I have attached a note on what parents should look out for and how to handle traumatic stress in order to provide support for their children. Please be aware that post traumatic stress may occur at any time, from days to years after an event.
Please don’t hesitate to ask for support if needed. Annette, Julie and I are all available at Steller and we can refer to non-ASD professionals if needed.
Parents Guidelines for Helping Children After an Earthquake
Steller 2018-2019 2nd Semester Schedule HERE & Course Descriptions HERE
(sorry about the goof yesterday!)