UAA is holding a free health education summit on Saturday, March 28. They will have tours, mock interviews, activities and more for students interested in pursuing a health and/or pre-med program. If they are under 18 they must attend with an adult.
Are you looking for other day camp options for your child(ren) this summer? The Anchorage-based nonprofit Alaska Seeds of Change is looking to hold an interactive summer gardening program to teach youth about how to start, grow, and maintain fresh and local Alaskan produce. In order to best serve you and your child(ren)’s needs, we have created a quick survey to determine how we should administer our program. If you think your child(ren) would be interested in learning more about gardening and the local food system, we invite you to take this quick 5 minute survey. Your feedback would be greatly appreciated.
If you have any questions about the survey, or have problems with the link, please contact Kelly Ballantyne or Rebecca Knapp at firstname.lastname@example.org. We ask that you submit all of your responses by Friday February 28th.
Attention, Steller students!
Our Valentines “Sadie’s” dance is coming up, so make sure to buy your tickets early, and ask someone out (if you’re so inclined). Remember: The girls ask the guys out for this one! The date is Thursday, February 13th @ 7pm-11pm.
(Dance hosted by TPC)
Join us for an evening of food, music and demos under the glow of our neon grow lights at Alaska Seeds of Change! Learn how we support transition age youth in Anchorage with vocational training, mental health supports, and the POWER youth drop-in center.
- Tour the Hydro-lab, Sprout City, and the rest of our indoor hydroponic farm
- Make your own hydro grow bottle to take home
- Music by DJ Spencer Lee
- Enjoy buffet food by the Crepe Crew
- Hear how our programs have made a difference in young people’s lives
Friday, February 21, 6 – 9 pm
Alaska Seeds of Change, 704 W. 26th Avenue
Please join us for the Orchestra Concert at Steller, January 30, 2020 from 6:00-7:00 pm in the MPR.
This event is open to anyone who wants to support Steller Secondary School. Parents, grandparents, extended family and friends are welcome, as are Steller Staff and Alumni. Steller students are welcome to attend as well. Please keep in mind that alcohol will be served at this event and it is standing room only.
All money raised goes to fund projects proposed by Steller students and teachers, including:
Intensives and Passage (independent study) projects, including travel scholarships.
Souper Steller community lunch provided to all students and staff.
Community service outreach projects.
Additional student and teacher-proposed projects, equipment, and supplies throughout the school year as approved by the Steller Parent Group.