Stellar Bulletin

April 26th through April 30th

Big picture

Poem Contest- Poems due April 27th

Are you a poet and know it? Show off your skills in the poetry contest. Kindergarten through 2nd grade will be given poems to complete. 3rd grade and up are asked to create their own poems.

Poems due April 27th to your first period teacher. 1st place for each grade will be given a prize.

Keep a poem in your pocket day on April 29th

Congratulations Stellar Students!

  • Congratulations to Arya Bauman, Zoe Jackson and one 6th grader for reaching their AR goals! They will have a climbing figure on the mountain in the display case and they picked out of the Prize Box or got an In & Out coupon for a free burger!

Stellar Sports Hall of Fame

We are proud to announce that Wyatt Nailor ran the second fastest mile in Stellar history at 6:24! 7th grade, Amaya Van Tinteran turned in the fastest mile run by a girl at Stellar, finishing in 7:40. 7th grader Eric Hartman finished in 7:45.

Big congrats to all our participants: Daniel Mallory, Brent Stock, Paige Stratton, Adam Hunt, Marcos Alvarado, Keira Gifford, Preston Norder, Soren Wilder, Eric Hartman and Amaya Van Tinteran.

We are so proud of all of them!

Virtual Homeschool Meetings

Hi Stellar Homeschool Parents,

Join Mrs. Sanders every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 9:15 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. These meetings will be informal and chance for you to get answers to your curriculum and homeschool teaching questions, troubleshoot and problem solve any challenges you may encounter with homeschooling, as well as be there for support and encouragement. If you would like to attend the meeting, the link is attached below:

Maureen Sanders is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Homeschool Meeting
Time: 09:15 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Every 2 weeks on Tue, until May 25, 2021, 4 occurrence(s) left

May 11, 2021 09:15 AM

May 25, 2021 09:15 AM

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 997 8089 3718
Passcode: parent

Thank you for your time and consideration. Mrs. Sanders is looking forward to seeing you in the homeschool meetings!

Big picture

Eaglet Naming Contest

The winning set of names are.... Honor, Glory & Rebel

Big picture

Digital Redding Recreation’s Summer 2021 Activity Guide

Big picture

Instant Swimmer: Just Add Water.

The Shasta Family YMCA is offering 1 free session of swimming lessons in May for community youth! Please see the information below.

Big picture

Now Accepting Applications for the 21/22 School Year!!!

Stellar is excited to share our wonderful School program with our amazing families, and who better to recruit new students than you!! We are currently accepting applications for enrollment for next school year, so spread the word about how great it is here!! New families can apply online through our Stellar website, and also if any of you are enrolling new siblings or students to Stellar for next year, please complete the online application for that student as well. .

Covid testing Available

"California Department of Public Health encourages you to have your child tested every two weeks whether they have symptoms or not. Here are your local testing sites for your convenience if you are so interested:"

Big picture
Big picture

School Lunch is Free to all Stellar Students right now, they just need to tell their 1st period teacher they want a lunch!

Big picture

New Free School Meals Schedule and Locations!

Shasta County Public Health

On Monday, Public Health announced that state guidelines have expanded and people age 16 and over may now get vaccinated for free against COVID-19. You can find clinics at So far, Pfizer is the only manufacturer of COVID vaccine with approval for people age 16 and over, meaning the vaccine is safe for people this age. Parent permission is required for people under 18 years.

Why should high schoolers get vaccinated? Vaccination provides another layer of protection for high school students, along with mask wearing, physical distancing, and hand washing. COVID-19 variants can be more contagious, and they are becoming more common just as we’re returning to more in-person activities. Some youth who test positive for COVID-19 have been struggling with “long-haul” COVID, with symptoms lasting for weeks or even months. Another benefit to vaccination is that students who are vaccinated will not be asked to quarantine at home if they are identified as a close contact. Instead, they’ll be allowed to continue with in-person learning and extracurricular activities.

Expanding vaccination eligibility to older students is great news. Adding a vaccination to the prevention measures high schoolers are already taking can help keep our COVID cases low as we begin to look forward to year-end events, including graduation.

Beating COVID is a team effort. Let’s all do our part. Learn more about local COVID-19 response at

Big picture