STEM Day is an interactive event hosted at UAA to promote the exciting careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. All are welcome to this free event!
We will host a variety of activities including:
- Interactive Activities & Presentations
- Science Demonstration Shows
- Free Planetarium Shows
For more information click here: 2018_STEM Day Flyer
For questions about STEM Day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Back to School Night is tonight, Thursday, September 20th from 6-7:30pm.
Come and meet the teachers and take a walk through the day in the life of a student at Steller.
The schedule will be as follows:
6:00-6:15- Parents meet in Advisories, schedules are handed out
6:15-6:23-P.1 (2 minute passing)
6:25-6:33-P.2 (2 minute passing)
6:35-6:43-P.3 (2 minute passing)
6:45-6:53-P.4 (2 minute passing)
6:55-7:03-P.5 (2 minute passing)
7:05-7:13-P.6 (2 minute passing)
7:15-7:25- I.S. Classes/Passages
Free community events, no registration required. Bring your family and friends and plan to attend the Health Fair. For more information and locations see Community_Health_Fairs Flyer
Thursday, August 16, the Steller Parent Group will host the 2018 -19 Back to School BBQ and New to Steller Orientation (NSO). This is a change of date due to the Anchorage Educational Association (AEA) meeting that was recently scheduled. To support our teaching staff and the AEA, we have moved the BBQ and NSO to Thursday.
The BBQ will run from 5:00pm-7:00pm with the NSO starting at 6:30pm. We hope to see you all there!
As a joint effort between staff, parents, and students, we will be hosting our first annual February Freeze Up RUN fundraiser on February 3rd at the Abbott Loop Community Park trails. This is a big fundraising event for Steller and we are off to a good start. Skinny Raven is handling the online registration (not open yet), and we will be organizing a BIB Pickup event on Feb 1st at Steller as well as staffing the run/walk event. Your event leaders are: Becky Gerik, Marianne Pedersen, Leigh Anne Bonney, Karen Gillis, and Kari Hall along with students Emily McKenzie, Natalie Buttner, and Jacob Nunn and more. This event comes up pretty fast, so stay tuned to our Flash updates. Flyers and Posters (like below) will be available soon in the office for you to help us distribute to your workplace, and other places.
This will be a fun run/walk event to not only help with funding but will also help Steller gain awareness in the community.
Visit the Facebook event posting to share with your friends and family and stay tuned for online Registration availability.
Parenting the Modern Teen
South High Counseling Presents…
Prentiss Pemberton of Line One: Your Health Connection on APM
South High School Library
December 6th 6-7:30 pm
South High School has opened this event to all families.
Parenting the Modern Teen.pdf
We are looking for one more volunteer to chaperone the Thursday Nov 9th dance from 9-11pm. If you are available, please email Ashley at email@example.com
Thanks in advance for your help.
Dear ASD sophomores, juniors, and their parents:
On Tuesday, November 7, we are holding our first informational night about KCC’s transition to a full time school beginning in the 2018-19 school year, and you are invited!
This is a great chance to hear about and visit a school that provides excellent career and college preparation in 26 different programs. After the presentation, you will have a better understanding of why KCC might be perfect for the last two years of high school.
Come find out how students are professionally trained, connected directly with industry, and how they gain a competitive advantage in their adventures after high school. We hope to see you here at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday evening.
King Career Center