Stellar Bulletin

September 12th-16th

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High School Picture Day

Wednesday, Sep. 21st, 8:30am

5885 East Bonnyview Road

Redding, CA

TK-8 Picture Day

Thursday, Sep. 22nd, 8:30am

5885 East Bonnyview Road

Redding, CA

PAC Meeting 9/13 at 8:30

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Student Spotlight

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Congratulations to Logan who completed a level in Lexia this week. Way to go Logan!

Approved Community Partners

2022-23 School Year

Dreamweaver Dance

Contact Info- Jennifer 530-247-1010


Sun Oaks

Contact Info- Matt 221-4405


Horsin’ Around (Riding Lessons)

Contact Info- Jacqulyn 916-770-7566


Kenji Kato Drums

Contact Info- Kenji 524-9270


NorCal Trail Rides

Contact Info- Alicia Ryan 530-515-8958


Aeries Parent Data Confirmation

Please complete the Data Confirmation in the Aeries. Make sure to select the "Image/Video release" option. This allows your student to be featured in bulletins and the yearbook.
Aeries Parent Data Confirmation Walkthrough

Friendly Reminder: Putting kids names on their personal items (water bottles/sweatshirts/jackets) increases the possibility that the item will be returned if forgotten.

Digital Citizenship Resources

Stellar Families,

We want to work together to prepare kids to think critically and use technology in positive, creative, and powerful ways. By clicking on the link below, you will be taken to many family resources to assist you in working with your child Tk-12 on how to be a responsible digital citizen. I encourage you to utilize these resources with your child

We are better together.

Friday Elective Reminders - campus is open at 8:55 a.m.

Stellar Families, the campus does not open until the first electives start at 9 a.m. Teachers are in meetings until then, so gates will be locked until 8:55 a.m. Please do not drop your student off to attend an elective if they have not been signed up for it. Please contact your TOR if you are unsure what elective class your student is in.

Please remember on Fridays we do not have supervision in between elective classes. Once your student finishes their elective class they need to be picked up. If they have a gap in between two electives they must be picked up at the end of the first and dropped off at the beginning of the next class. For safety reasons, we will be calling parents/guardians to pick up their student if they are still on campus after their class has ended. If you need to cancel an elective due to this requirement, please contact the office.

Google Classroom Guide

Google Classroom Guide
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Drop off & Pick up

Monday - Thursday

Drop off Gates Open (South Gate): 8:00am-8:25am, 12:30-12:40 and 1:00 to 1:10 pm for TK-8th grades.

The drop off loop is available 8:00-8:20, 12:30-12:40 and 1:00-1:10. Staff will greet your child at the gate. If you park in the lower parking lot, please walk your student to the open gate using the crosswalk.

Pick Up Gates Open (West Gate): 8:00-8:25, 12:30-12:40pm & 1:00-1:10pm

Please park in a parking spot and walk your child to the gate.


Classes start at 9:00am on Fridays. There is no supervision before 9:00 am classes begin as all teachers are in meetings. Please don't drop your student off before gates open. Please park and walk your student to the open gate using the crosswalk. Drop off loop is not open on Fridays.

Pick Up Gate Open:

Please park and walk up to pick up your student using the crosswalk. Drop off loop is not open on Fridays.

The map below marks the gates with bear paws. Thank you for your help in making drop off and pick up smooth and safe.

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Student Handbook Highlight

Clothing for School

Stellar Charter School, like all places of business, has a dress code. Its purpose is to promote our values and vision in creating a safe learning community. Clothing or apparel worn to school is to be in good taste, be modest, not be detractive to the educational climate, and not be a safety concern to students, staff, or parents. A good general rule to follow is that all clothing should be comfortable and appropriate for the school setting.

  1. Clothing, footwear, graffiti, symbols, signs, etc. that are deemed as symbolic of gang affiliation, violent, or offensive by the administration are prohibited. Trends in gang attire will be updated and communicated, as needed, in order to ensure a safe school setting which is free from distractions.

  2. Clothing is to be modest and conducive to learning:

    1. No fishnet/see through clothing

    2. No bare midriffs, halter tops, tube or strapless tops

    3. No sagging pants. Pants are to fit appropriately at the waist and stay there. Baggy pants that stay up around the waist and don’t touch the ground are acceptable. Overalls must be strapped over the shoulders.

    4. No loose fitting or thin strapped tank tops - tank tops must be modest and have straps wide enough to cover undergarments. No loose fitting muscle shirts.

    5. No bandanas (rags) in pockets, belts, or hair (including triangle head scarves that look like bandanas).

  1. Shorts, skirts, and dresses are acceptable school dress if they are neat, clean, hemmed, and no shorter than mid-thigh. Shorts and dresses must be modest, cover undergarments and buttocks.

  2. Appropriate footwear must be worn for health, PE and safety reasons.

  3. Hats and hoods are allowed to be worn on campus when the students are outdoors. Once inside, they should be removed.

  4. Clothing and hats that advertise illegal substances (cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, etc.), depict violence, death, sex, obscene acts, skulls, or are offensive to another’s race, creed, gender, or religion are not acceptable.

  5. Drawings, symbols or graffiti are not allowed on personal items or on one’s body.

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Student Handbook

To read the Stellar Handbook please follow the link.