Thank you to parents, students, and front office staff for making our day special on Wednesday. We enjoyed the treats for breakfast and the Bear Tooth tacos. All the goodies were appreciated by our staff who met in the staff lounge to celebrate another great year at Steller.
Parents: Please come find out about the Barcelona and Paris trip that will be happening during May’s Intensive. This is an eleven day trip focused on the art and culture of these two amazing cities. Students will be visiting museums and landmark sites, like the Eiffel Tower. The Intensive is being designed to allow students to participate in the culture, rather than just observe it. Students will take a French cooking class; create art using a form of choice (photography, drawing, painting, writing, etc.); and observe life in each city. Attached is the current flyer for the trip. It is being updated to show that the Versailles and Figueres day trips are included in the price, rather than showing up as optional. This will not change the price of the trip. Registration for the trip is open now, but there is lots of time to make the decision to attend.
Please come on Tuesday to get your questions answered. If you can not make the meeting, send your questions to Troy at firstname.lastname@example.org or Leigh Anne at email@example.com. Students of all grades are able to join.
Here’s an opportunity for middle and high school students to be enriched in science this summer. The CSI Camp will be held at the State Crime Lab and delivered by law enforcement officials. It’s a hands on learning experience in a genuine crime investigative environment. See flyer and registration forms for both age groups.
Cost can be found @ campinternetextreme.com and https://www.facebook.com/campinternetextreme
Four spaces left in the 3D printing camp!
Support our Steller dancers this weekend at A Thousand and One Arabian Nights.
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Friday, April 12th – 7pm
Saturday, April 13th – 2pm & 7pm
Sunday, April 14th – 2pm
It is being presented by peer outreach workers at Alaska Youth Advocates. AYA runs a drop in center for youth ages 13-23, and it is located right across the Steller field (but you have to walk around and access it from Arctic.)
Souper Steller is April 11th and 12th.
April 11th 2pm-4pm Kitchen Prep.
April 12th 9am-2pm Prep and Serve.
Parent and student volunteers are welcome to join us for:
Tortilla Chicken Soup
Hello my name is Ethan King and I am raising money for the Wusi Primary School’s library. This school is located in Taita Hills, Kenya, and right now they are lacking in books for their 800 students.
I am raising money for this schools library as a part of my Passages project. I have been in communication with both the school headmaster and the school’s teachers and they have provided me with several budgets detailing the exact books they would like to purchase with the funds they receive. In Kenya $10 can purchase up to 8 English reader books.
Please visit the GoFundMe page to donate so that the school can buy books for students. https://www.gofundme.com/wusi-primary-school-library
Steller graduation will be May 20 at the Wendy Williamson Theater at UAA at 3:00 pm. Seniors have a breakfast in the morning at 7:30 am, go to the Wendy Williamson between 10-12:00 pm for rehearsal and to drop off chairs on stage, and then return to the Wendy Williamson at 2:00 pm for graduation. The graduation ceremony will begin at 3:00 and will have an opportunity for each person to speak for up to 3 minutes.Contact Becky or Simone with any questions.