Stellar Bulletin March 14th -18th

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Spotlight on Students

The following students completed a level in Lexia:






Congratulations students and fabulous job reading!

Student of the month Morgan Cogburn

Morgan is an outstanding student. She completes her work efficiently and at a high standard. She is always ready to help her classmates and teachers in any way she can. She can easily adapt to any situation or group and shows a genuine love for learning. She is such a joy to have in class.

Art Competition

The Shasta County Juried High School Art Competition is up at Old City Hall. It will be up March 4- April 12.

Gallery Hours are 10am- 4 pm Tuesday-Fridays

10am-3pm Saturdays

First Friday of the month 10am-8pm.

Opening reception this Friday march 4 from 5-8 pm, Awards announced at 7:00pm

Stellar has 6 entries displayed in the show.

Hawaiian Beach Party. Performance is on Friday, May 13th at 6:30 at Stellar Charter School. Tickets at $5 a person.

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Reader's Theater

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Stellar Staff March Madness Reading

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Climate Video Challenge

To create the world we want to live in, we must first imagine a future where people and ecosystems can survive and thrive. California middle and high school students are invited to present a video response to the question: What is your vision for a thriving future? Submission deadline is midnight on March 31st, 2022. For rules, brainstorming prompts, climate change resources, and how to enter, please visit

Prizes may be offered to the top three submissions. Students may enter as individual or a group of up to five.


The CDE and the National Youth Science Foundation are excited to announce that applications for the 59th annual National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) are now open. The NYSC will be held virtually from June 27 to July 20, 2022. As part of the program, scientists from across the nation present lectures and science seminars and linger to interact informally with student delegates. Delegates are challenged to explore new areas in the biological and physical sciences, art, and music with resident staff members. The submission deadline for applications is March 31.

For more information and to apply, read this CDE news release and visit the National Youth Science Camp web page.

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The Parks & Recreation Spring Guide is out now! Click on the flyer below for more information.


Yearbooks $45

ORDER now :

We have submitted our order so there are now a limited number of copies left for pre-sale.

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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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.

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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.