Stellar Bulletin Dec 20th-24th


Elective results have been published and sent to TOR's and families. If you haven't heard the elective results for your students, please reach out to your TOR. Some classes had an amazing amount of interest and filled quickly - we are sorry if your child is disappointed. We do prioritize students who have not had a chance to attend, so hopefully next time will be their opportunity! Thank you for your support and continued interest. Remember if you have a special skill or talent that you would like to share, reach out to the office and let us know. Our space is limited, but we are always trying to design electives that are fun, educational, and interesting!

Hawaiian Beach Party Musical Play

There is extra room in the spring musical! We are opening up the elective class to ANYONE who would be interested in participating. If your student participates they will be in rehearsal on Tuesday and Thursday from 1:15 to 3. This year the musical is set in Hawaii. The plot is a summer school in Hawaii. The students in the summer school are learning about Hawaiian culture and they decide to put on a Hawaiian beach party. If your child likes to sing, dance or act...this is the elective for them! They will have a lot of fun learning about Hawiian culture through music and dancing! Come join in the fun!

Sign up by emailing Nicky in the office at

Rehearsals start when we return form winter break on December 11th.

Click the link below to see the information about Ski Club

TK-8th Grade PJ DAY

Tuesday, Dec. 21st, 8am-3pm

5885 East Bonnyview Road

Redding, CA

High School Pajama Day

Wednesday, Dec. 22nd, 8am-3pm

5885 East Bonnyview Road

Redding, CA

Wednesday 22nd: Pajama Day

If you participate you will get FREE treats like hot chocolate and muffins.

Two winner will receive gift cards to IN-N-Out!

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TK-8th Grade

First day back will be Tuesday, January 11th

High School

First day back will be Wednesday, January 12th

Student Spotlight

Congratulations to Julien Urena for passing to the next level in Lexia. Well done Julien!


The following students are superstars and have passed a level in Lexia: Talleah-Nicole Reyes; Amelia Black; Elizabeth Romo; Benjamin Scott; Daniel Werner; Kolbey Wygal; and Sophia Klima! Keep up the great reading; we are proud of your hard work!

Motion Art

We learned about Niagara Falls in art class. Students painted their waterfall with watercolor. After painting in watercolor, they learned how to use the dry brush technique with white tempera to add dimension and texture. Then we used the app "Pixamotion" to learn how to animate still images. They could add motion, add overlays and audio to their image. Check out the amazing examples below.
Drew Water fall
Morgan Water Fall

High School Only - Read A Latte’ Over winter Break

Bring the form below with you to school on January 12th after you have read some books and taken the AR test. Each cup is worth 1 AR point. You can read several small books or 1 longer book to fill in the AR cups. Hot cocoa will be served on January 12th at 8AM for winter readers.

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Free Online Reading Material's

The State of California has arranged for free access to thousands of books and daily news articles on the myOn Renaissance network. Please share with your children and families this online resource over break and beyond. This access begins December 1, 2021, and continues until January 31, 2022.

Go to and click on “myON login”

Sign in using the single statewide shared account credentials

o School Name: Gift of Literacy
o Username: myon
o Password: read

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Redding Performing Arts Center

We've had a wonderful semester at Redding Performing Arts Center with your students! Our high school Performance Theatre students performed Almost, Maine, our Children’s Theatre students performed How I Became a Pirate, and our Youth Theatre Class presented Jingle Jury last week. Private lesson students and our music ensembles have performed in monthly recitals and Christmas concerts. It's been an exciting time at RPAC!

Coming up next semester, we're presenting The Rainbow Fish with the Children’s Theatre, Dr. Doolittle with our Youth Theatre students, and Hello, Dolly with our High School Performance Theatre class. Our private lessons, music, and dance programs continue to grow, and we'd love to have your students jump in on the Spring Semester fun. We will also be adding some new classes including visual art. Please find our Spring 2022 brochure attached, as well as a flyer with our upcoming production announcements. Feel free to pass along this brochure to families who might be interested in joining us!

We look forward to our continued partnership with you, your families, and your students!


Brandon Baumann and Brenna Yeary

Redding Performing Arts Center


Thank you for your continued support in keeping our campus healthy. Just a reminder to please call the office if your child is ill, and refer to the page below regarding protocol.

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High School Math

NEED Math help? Are you in high school? Join Mrs. Pleitez on

Tuesday and Thursday 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Log in to Zoom Join Zoom Meeting with Mrs. Pleitez
Meeting ID: 952 6550 2535
Passcode: ASpZ13

On-Campus Math Lab on Friday in Mr. Yates Room from 9-12 with Mrs. Pleitez

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FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) opened October 1st! All Senior students and their parents/guardians were sent an email with information on completing the FAFSA.

If you have any questions please contact Nicole Arsenault 530-776-0245.

Steps to utilize approved Community Partners

One of the wonderful things about Stellar is our Community Partnership program. Please see the steps below, even if you have participated in the past. There are new steps involved.

Step 1. Prior to signing up with any approved Community Partner, please complete the "Stellar Community Partner Agreement" form together with your TOR. This must be done prior to participating in any program.

Step 2. Contact the approved Community Partners and provide signed "Stellar Community Partner Agreement" form.

Step 3. Regularly attend classes, and work with your TOR to document usage on the logs.

Step 4: Please communicate any changes to your TOR.

If you have any questions, please contact your TOR.

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TK-8 Pick Up Procedures


Please pick up your student promptly at 12:30 or 1:00 pm. If you come when the gate is locked, please come to the office to pick up your student.

Thank you!

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Parking and Drop off Procedures

The bottom gate is open for car drop offs only. The upper gate is to be used for all foot traffic. If you park in the lower parking lot, please safely cross the road using the crosswalk and walk up the sidewalk to the upper gate.

Please do not slow down in the upper parking lot and let your child jump in the car. The car drop off and pick up lane is the Stellar Loop at the bottom of the campus.

Thank you so much for helping to keep our kids safe!!!

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Public Health Provided Resources RE: COVID-19 Vaccinations for 5-11 year olds

  • The president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, epidemiologists and the medical director of a pediatric intensive care unit recently answered questions regarding the vaccine for 5- to 11-year-olds. You can check out the video here.
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Student Handbook

To read the Stellar Handbook please follow the link.