Steller 10th grader, Riley B., planned and coordinated anappreciation for Anchorage Firefighters on September 11th. Riley drew and stenciled large “poster” cards for each fire station and had all Steller students sign the cards during advisory to show thanks for the firefighters’ dedication and hard work. He and other Steller students then delivered the cards to each fire station on September 11th. The following students were instrumental in making this project a success: Eli M., T.J. J., Mackenzie C., Lindsay L., Liam J.,Emily G., Lauren H., Lorryn W., and Madeline M.
Riley said, “To all the students who signed my posters I would like to let you know that all the firemen really appreciated the thank you posters. So, my thanks goes to the Steller Community.”
Congratulations to Steller students Aryeh Lax and Tziporah Lax, who won in the 2012 Statewide Creative Writing Contest sponsored by the Anchorage Daily News and the University of Alaska Anchorage. Aryeh’s short story “River Take Me Home” won the grand prize, and Tziporah won the Grades 7-12 Nonfiction category with her piece, “Lost Tides.”
Students shine at state poetry competition
Aryeh Lax, of Anchorage, wins top prize
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Seventh grade students, Payton G., Meredith H., and Grace M. showed their enthusiasm for chemistry by creating a Periodic Table of the Elements out of cupcakes! They shared the cupcakes with classmates and staff on Monday, March 19th. What a great way to start the 4th quarter after Spring Break! Thank you for your initiative and enthusiasm for science!
The Steller Band of 14 students entered the ASD Middle School Solo/Ensemble Festival Friday, February 10th as a mixed ensemble. We received the I (superior) rating, which is the highest. In addition, Zach Dahlseng, who plays the trumpet with the band, played a solo and he, too, received the superior rating. I am so proud of my band students’ dedication, commitment, and achievement.
Steller Band Teacher
Congratulations to two outstanding students of Spanish who competed and placed in ASAA’s World Language Declamation Regional Competition on Saturday, January 28th. Spanish IV student Max Von Hippel placed third in the advanced impromptu speaking division. He competed against other Spanish IV, V and AP students from around the district. Spanish III student Rebecca Gottstein placed third in the Spanish III poetry recitation competition. They both qualified for the State Competition, please wish them luck on February 18th.