Talent Show this Friday!

Come watch the very talented students at Steller perform this Friday! We will have many acts including singing, dancing, instrumental covers, and theater acts. This is a great event for families so please come. Bringing a refreshment or desert is encouraged.  The prices for the show are $5 per person or $15 per a family of 4 or more. If you bring refreshments or a desert you get one free ticket or $5 off of the family pass. This is a fundraiser for Op group.


Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness. Serious outcomes of flu infection can result in hospitalization or death. Some people, such as older adults, young children, and others with certain health conditions, are at high risk for serious flu complications.


In addition to washing your hands, covering your cough, and staying home from work or school when sick, getting your annual flu shot is the best thing you can do to protect yourself and others. 


Surveillance Data

Flu seasons are unpredictable and can range from mild to severe. Alaska typically has sporadic flu activity year round, some of it related to our robust tourism season, with peak activity occurring as early as November or as late as March. 

                  Alaska Seasonal Influenza Surveillance Data

                  Alaska State Virology Weekly Report

                  FluView :  that latest weekly U.S. flu surveillance summary from the CDC

                  Flu Near Youan online flu surveillance tools that allows the public to report their flu symptoms on a weekly basis, to help in tracking influenza activity

Health care providers interested in participating in outpatient influenza-like illness surveillance may contact the SOE Influenza Coordinator at 907-269-8000.

Resources for the General Public

                  Influenza InformationCDC’s comprehensive website with general information on influenza transmission, symptoms, prevention, treatment and more.

Avian Influenza Information from the State of Alaska

                  Influenza Fact Sheet from the Alaska Division of Public Health

                  Influenza Vaccination:  Who Needs It?

                  Influenza Vaccine Information

 Places to get vaccinated in Alaska

 Private clinics, public health centers, many retail pharmacies, and other locations may have vaccine available. Click here to get a map of retail pharmacies offering vaccine near you.

Alaska Influenza Report for the Week Ending February 9, 2019 Week 6

This report provides a weekly snapshot of seasonal flu activity in Alaska. Additional information about influenza is available on the Section of Epidemiology’s (SOE) influenza page:http://dhss.alaska.gov/dph/Epi/id/Pages/influenza/fluinfo.aspx. A detailed review of CDC influenza surveillance indicators is available at: http://www.cdc.gov/flu/weekly/overview.htm. Please call 907-269-8000 with questions. Information about the Alaska State Virology Lab influenza microbiology is available at http://dhss.alaska.gov/dph/Labs/Pages/asvl.aspx.

Statewide Lab-Confirmed Influenza – Previous Seasons Since 2014, and Current Season, Sep 15, 2018 – Feb 9, 2019




Parent Group Meeting Minutes 1/08

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.


Upcoming Events:

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

Registration is Still Going to Take Place this Friday in the MPR

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)


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.