Stellar Bulletin Jan 24th-28th

Intent to Return Form

Thank you to those of you who already completed the Intent to Return Form! The Intent to Return form lets us know if you plan for your students to attend Stellar or not for next school year and allows us to begin our planning. The form was emailed to you on Wednesday and it is is due by January 31st. Please complete one form for EACH of your students.

If you have any questions or you did not receive an email to fill out the Google Form, email Kim McClung at

Gardening Club

There is space available for any students who would like to join the Gardening Club for the spring semester. The class meets on select Fridays from 9 a.m. - 10 a.m. in P1.

The following Fridays have been reserved for the Gardening Club:

February 4th; March 4th; March 18th; April 1st; April 22nd; May 6th; and May 20th.

Please contact Nicky Werner at 245-7730 if your child would like to participate.

Stellar Charter School Book Fair

Jan. 31 - Feb. 4

This will be an in person and virtual event 12:30-3:30 Monday, January 31st through Thursday, February 3rd and 9:00-3:00 Friday, February 4th. A bookstore will be available for kids to browse and purchase books. Masks and social distancing are required for all that attend. The link below allows you to preview books and provides information on purchasing. Online shopping is also available. For the whole week of Jan 31-Feb 4th hard copies will be available.

Every purchase from the Book Fair earns rewards for our school, so please stop by and support us.

Book Fair Goal: 200 Books

Help us reach our book fair goal!

Why participate?

PAC Meeting

Thursday, Jan. 27th, 8:30am

5885 East Bonnyview Road

Redding, CA

PAC Meeting on the 27th @8:30

Wear Your Stellar Shirt & Get a Prize

Thursday, Jan. 27th, 12:30pm

5885 East Bonnyview Road

Redding, CA

Approved Community Partners

Dreamweaver Dance has become an approved Community Partner with Stellar.

Friendship Grams

Show your friends how much you care with Stellar PAC's annual Friendship Gram Fundraiser! Friendship Grams will be available for purchase onsite on Tuesdays and Thursdays from February 8th-17th and will be delivered to students on March 1st. Students can purchase the grams 'In Person' and write a special message to their friends. For $1, their friend will receive a friendship bracelet or for $2, they will receive a pop fidget keychain they can attach to their backpack!

3rd-5th Grade Math

On the Log you have seen "Warm up" listed on homeschool days, this is a reminder to have your student start off with a few warm up problems before you begin your daily lesson. It's a great way to review concepts and keep them fresh. In an effort to help you with choosing problems, your student will be receiving a packet of warm up problems along with an answer key this week. We would suggest having your student complete 3-5 of these problems as a warm up on each homeschool day. Each page in the packet offers a variety of standards based problems and will serve as an excellent review as well as a way to prepare for the upcoming state testing in May. As your student completes pages, please turn them into your TOR as samples. If you have any questions, please connect with Mrs. Yonge or Mrs. Matti.

Free AT HOME COVID-19 Testing Kits for Students Available for a Limited Time!

The state has donated one COVID-19 test kit per student to be used upon returning to school from winter break. The tests come two per box with instructions. The tests are meant to be spread out over 3 to five days. Sometimes viral load is not enough the first time you take the test, so waiting a few days and taking it again you may get different relsults. The instructions detail how to give and report the test. These are not mandatory.

Remember if your student has any symptoms or has been exposed to COVID-19, then please stay home and wear a mask when others are present. Follow quarantine or isolation instructions from

Thank you! We want to continue to have students in onsite classes safely.


The following fabulous students completed a level in Lexia: Keegan Zuckswert; Jaxon Goff; Liam Knopf Gray; and Daniel Dummer. Well done Stellar students!

NorCal Grade School Challenge

NorCal Grade School Challenge

March 5, 2022

8:30 am

Lake Redding Park Pavilion

Open to grades 0 to 8th.

Free to enter, shirts are $10.

Awards to top 5 in each grade category, plus overall and team awards.

Used attached flyer for team entries or register online @

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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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Yearbooks $40

ORDER now :

Senior Grad Ad photos and messages are due to me by January 31.

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 9:00-11:00 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.

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.