Having a student at Steller is a privilege which requires your participation. One GREAT way to engage is by coming to the Parent Group meetings; held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (except December & March).
The first meeting of the 2018/2019 school year is tonight, September 11 at 6PM. We will meet at Steller in Ken’s room.
We hope to see you there!
Did you know… Steller parents are responsible for publishing the Daily News you get every morning?
Did you know… parents also maintain our very own school website (non-ASD) and Facebook page?
Did you know… parents run events such as the Auction, back-to-school BBQ, and Ice Cream social.
These are just a few of the many ways parents volunteer their time at Steller. We support our students in many ways, such as fundraising, staffing events, school policy and decision making, and by creating educational opportunities in our community. Hundreds of research studies show that when parents get involved, children do better in school, as well as being very rewarding for parents.
Calling all parents! The homecoming committee is looking for parent chaperones for the upcoming dance! We are looking at doing more activities and will need even more volunteers! You will need to watch doorways and oversee the dance floor. The dance will be on September 28 from 7-11. If you are interested please text Alana Parent at (907)229-8694
2018 Fall FBI Teen Academy
The dates are now set for the 2018 Fall FBI Teen Academy. Please pass this on to others that might have students who would like to sign up this year.
Dates are October 24, 25 & 26th.
Alaska FBI CAAA President
Come meet representatives for colleges, universities and vocational schools around the country, as well as private and public employers at the 37th Annual College & Career Fair. Admission is free! For more information and workshop schedule click HERE.
Photographer and Steller Alumni, Evelyn Sharratt-Ash, is offering specials for Steller Seniors. Her cards are available in the office with Haley and Janet.
For more information contact email@example.com or to view samples of her work check out her Instagram @peppermint.skies.
AFTER SCHOOL – ELECTIVE CREDITS – TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED
This fall, students have an opportunity to explore many of the options at King Tech High School. Primarily geared to underclassmen (9th and 10th graders) students will be enrolled in King Tech Career Cluster Intensives and will earn .5 elective credit upon successful completion. They will be randomly assigned 8 different classes for one week each. Bus transportation will be provided. Third session begins on September 17.
Interested students sign up with Marianne
MAP Growth is the ASD benchmark assessment for students in grades 3-9 in reading and mathematics. Grades 10-12 also take MAP Growth as part of Tier II and Tier III reading and mathematics courses. MAP Growth will be administered three times per year during the ASD Benchmark windows: fall, winter and spring. For more information and to view the dates for the 2018-2019 benchmark windows, click HERE.
Anchorage Youth Court is holding an open house and Mock Hearing on September 6, 2018 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Boney Courthouse. Youth Court is open to youth entering grades 7-12 residing in the Municipality of Anchorage.
For information about classes visit http://www.anchorageyouthcourt.org/join-ayc.html