The December edition of the Ol’ Steller Yeller is out! Find out about D&D club, sophomore class activities, Home Economics, Steller students awarded gifted-mentorship opportunities, and hear from Reed.
Find out how you can help support the Steller community and keep up-to-date on upcoming events and news from staff and students. All are invited to join Steller Parent Group Tuesday, December 10th, 6:00-7:30 in Ken’s room. This month’s agenda includes updates and upcoming events to be aware of from staff and students, volunteer opportunities to help support students and the Steller community, and planning for the January 24th Steller Auction and gathering at 49th State Brewery. Volunteers are needed for spring semester to coordinate Souper Steller, help with the auction, and help coordinate Parent Group as Co-Chair. If you’re unable to join us Tuesday but are interested in volunteering, please contact Ann Mayo-Kiely: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us at the 49th State Brewing Company for the Steller Auction on January 24, 2020 at 5:30-9:30 pm. Cost is $40.00 per person (includes appetizers & 1 drink ticket). Tickets are available until 1/20/2020.
at 6 p.m. in the MPR. We will be performing variety of tunes for you to be “tuned in” to the holiday mood! A reception will follow the concert.
We are in the last week of regular classes for this semester and intensives are starting next Monday. It is exciting to have two weeks of fun before the start of winter break and I hope the excitement will carry over to fun activities over the break.
MAP testing – some students will be doing the MAP assessment Friday December 6th during registration.The staff at Steller chose registration day for the testing to minimize impact on instruction. Students have received a note and testing time is 10:30. The testing is mandated and students who don’t participate Friday will be pulled out for testing during intensives. The test typically takes 45 – 90 minutes. I will also let students take the test prior to Friday needed. If you have a child in grades 7, 8 or 9, please ask them if they received a note about testing Friday.
PSAT scores are arriving soon and I will post a note in the hallway and let advisors know when they arrive. Students can also log in to their College Board account and some may receive and email or a text that their scores are available. I recommend that students look at areas of weakness and strength and prepare accordingly for the SAT.
Hello Steller Community,
Next week at Ted Stevens International Airport (North Terminal), Alaska Regional Hospital, the Airport Police and Fire are working together to provide free hands-only CPR training classes! According to the American Heart Association, the vast majority of cardiac arrests occur outside of the hospital. 70% occur at home and nearly 20% occur in public places like an airport or sporting facility. Administering immediate CPR can double or even triple a person’s chance of survival. The life you save is likely to be someone close to you! Take a Moment…Save a Life
Be an Active Bystander:
Qualified staff from Alaska Regional Hospital and Airport Fire and
Police will instruct you in the easy process:
1. Call 9-1-1 &
2. Perform hands-only CPR
3. Use an AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
Learn Early Heart Attack Care: EHAC education teaches you to recognize the early signs and symptoms of a heart attack, so you can act before the damage occurs. There are multiple time slots available so call today to schedule a training for December 3 – save a life!!
When: Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Times: 3 pm, 3:45 pm, 4:30 pm
5:15 pm, 6 pm, 6:45 pm
Where: Ted Stevens International Airport North Terminal (access from Postmark Drive)
Parking: Badging office classroom – Validated parking for the North Terminal lot will be available.
To reserve your space, call 264-1722 or visit alaskaregional.com/calendar
Wishing everyone a healthy and safe Thanksgiving.