ASD and the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program (ANSEP) are offering the opportunity for students to attend the Middle School Academy at UAA this January.
WHO: Students currently in grade 6, 7 or 8, who:
* Are interested in science and mathematics
* Are on track (or have the ability to get on-track) to complete Algebra 1 before entering high school
* Have passing scores on the state’s standardized science and mathematics tests
* Have at least a B average in science and mathematics courses
WHEN: January 16-27, 2018
WHERE: The Academy will be held on the UAA campus and hosted by the ANSEP. Students will be housed on the UAA campus; it is mandatory for all participants to stay in the provided housing for the duration of the Academy.
HOW: Students must complete an application and return it to the Title VI Indian Education office by 5:00 p.m. on November 17, 2017. The application can be found HERE.
Souper Steller is ON this week and we really would love help from a couple parents for the following times:
3/24 2-4pm (Thursday after school)
3/25 9-12:45 Friday day time-please come ANY hour, no experience necessary:)
Jean’s advisory will be choosing menu and helping out.
Please email Alyse.firstname.lastname@example.org if you can make it or have questions.
Kids Don’t Float will be at Steller on Wednesday, September 17, 12-12:30pm in the Seminar Room. This is an opportunity for Steller students to develop leadership skills while teaching life-saving information to elementary school students. Students will learn about opportunities to teach within the local elementary school classrooms as well as pool sessions. Interested students should attend the session on Wednesday to get more detailed information and training on how they can make a difference!
Come to the Youth Job Fair on Thursday April 10, from Noon to 4pm. This is the best way for students to find volunteer and job opportunities in Anchorage. See the flyers for more information: 1404 Youth_Job_Fair_2014R
YAHA is seeking members for the 2014-2015 season. Applications for the Youth Alliance for a Healthier Alaska are due by March 14, 2014. The application can be printed from this link: YAHA-application2014-15
Our Library is in need of a volunteer every other Thursday, from 11:30a until 12:45p.
If interested, please contact Jennifer Hall Jones at email@example.com
Interested in a summer youth internship program at the Campbell Creek Science Center?
View the flyer below for details, and submit your resume and a letter of interest by May 17!
I still have not gotten volunteers to bring lunch to the BP Energy Center on Sophomore Day. I have the okay from Parent Group for reimbursement for pizza and salad, etc., but need someone to pick up the food and get it there. You are welcome to stay, have lunch and hear the presenters. It should be a very interesting day. Attached is the schedule.
If I do not receive volunteers, I’m going to have to go down the list of sophomore and call parents. If you have that day off or if you can take even a couple of hours off to pick up the food from Costco and bring it to us, it sure would help me out. If you can help in anyway just let me know and we can work something out. I appreciate your help. Please make certain too that your sophomore has returned his/her consent form.
Volunteering in the library is relaxed and fun. Our volunteers help our students by keeping the library open during the lunch hour. To volunteer for either Tuesdays or Thursdays (or both!) from 11:30am-1 pm, please call the office at 742-4950 ASAP and ask for Becky (Steller’s library aide). You can also reach us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org (Becky, Library Aide) or email@example.com (Svetlana, Librarian).