Stellar Bulletin Sept 27th-Oct 1st

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High School Fall Dance

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TK, Kinder and 1st grade Oral Health Assessment and Physical Forms

California law, requires that students have an oral health assessment (dental check-up) and physical.

If you have a student in TK, Kinder or 1st grade please make sure your students has these forms filled out and on file with us.

This form is due to the Stellar Office by Thursday, October 7th.

High School Leadership

Leadership meetings will be held in Room 2 on Fridays at Noon. Come help plan events, share your voice, and spend time with other high school students!

Stellar t-shirt sale!! Show Your School Spirit!

Hurry in while supplies last.

$25 for hoodies

$15 for blue shirts

$5 for the green

We accept cash or check made to Stellar PAC.

Kids who wear their Stellar shirts on the last Thursdays of every month will get a treat!

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K-2nd grade parents

K-2nd grade parents, we need your help teaching sight words (high frequency and irregular words). All K-2nd grade students need to be practicing their sight words at home. Stellar has established lists for the sight words (high frequency and irregular words) for each grade in the Parent Drive. Or if you would like a printed list, please email Mrs. Cable at with your child's name and grade. Children need to memorize these sight words. You may want to create flashcards on index cards and begin working on 5 cards at a time. Have your child review the flashcards at the beginning of the school day or while driving to school. The goal is automaticity. Thank you for partnering with us to create lifelong readers!

K-5 Social Studies projects will be coming you way. We are excited to see what your student do. Check your logs for more information.

High School Math

Mrs. Pleitez is offering Friday Math tutoring from 9:00-11:00. Please communicate with her if you would like to take advantage of this opportunity.

Stellar Library

The Stellar Library has a collection of over 7,000 books

❖ The librarian is Janae Murphy:

  • Email:

  • Hours on campus: Tuesday & Thursday from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

  • The library is open before (8:10-8:25 am) and after school (12:30-1:00 pm)

  • Book checkouts are available Monday through Friday by using the self-checkout paper log located in the Library.

❖ Destiny Quest

  • Destiny Quest is our library program and can be accessed from Clever - Library Resources - Stellar Library. Students can browse the inventory, put books on hold, or see the books you have checked out using your school email/password to access your account.

❖ AR - Accelerated Reader (by Renaissance Place) handout

  • AR can be accessed from Clever - Powered by Clever - Renaissance - Accelerated Reader

  • AR is a computer program that helps teachers and librarians manage and monitor children’s independent reading practice. Your child picks a book at his own level and reads it at his own pace. When finished, your child takes a short quiz on the computer. Passing the quiz is an indication that your child understood what was read.

  • Students at Stellar have access to AR from any internet device and can do it at home.

  • A goal is set at the beginning of the year according to their grade level and/or results from the STAR assessment.

  • As an incentive, when students reach or exceed their goal their name will be added to the display case in the breezeway. Also, students will be given a pass to go to the library and pick out of the “Prize Box” during lunch period.

  • Please see the AR pamphlet for more information about accessing AR online.

  • Feel free to contact Janae or Cassie for questions about AR.

Renaissance Place (AR)

Accelerated Reader (AR) is a computer-based program that students at Stellar Charter School have access to in order to monitor reading practice and progress. Students take short quizzes after reading a book to check for comprehension

  • How are AR Goals set?

    • Grades K-1: AR uses a “point goals” system for students in grades K-1 that will be assigned a goal each semester according to their grade and 15 minutes /day.

    • Grades 2-8: AR goals will be generated by the STAR assessment they take at the beginning of the year and at benchmark periods throughout the year.

    • Grades 9-12: AR goals will be generated by STAR assessments they take at the beginning of the year and at benchmark periods throughout the year.

  • How many points do books earn? Students can earn points for every book they read. The number of points is based on a book’s length and difficulty.

  • How can students earn points? Students earn points when they take a quiz for each book. Passing a quiz requires a score of at least 80%. However, if they score higher than 60 percent on the quiz, they receive a fraction of the total points they could earn from it.

  • Get recognized for reading! At Stellar, as an incentive this year, students who reach their goal each semester, will receive a special pencil and a climbing figure will be placed on the mountain in the display case with their name on it.

  • Reader of the Year! The top AR point earners for the whole school year will receive a certificate and a special award at the end of the school year .

To Access AR

  • Access through Clever on your student’s Chromebook

Take an AR Quiz after reading a book

  • Choose Accelerated Reader (Orange tab)

    • Type in the name of the book

    • Choose the correct book

    • Click on Reading Practice and how you read the book (ie.” I was read to”)

      • You can read the questions and answer choices to your child and let them choose their answer ​if​ you read the book to them (older students who read the book themselves need to answer the quiz questions themselves)

AR can be done on iphones, ipads, and computers.

Please contact Mrs.Murphy by emailing (​ ) or coming by the library if you have any questions.

The Fall/Winter 2021 Activity Guide from Redding Recreation is here!


Student Highlight

COVID-19 Updates and Protocols

Continue to do self checks for symptoms every morning and keep your child home if they exhibit any of the following a fever (100.4 F), cough, shortness of breath - if you have questions, call the office. We can help you determine if your child should stay at home. When in doubt, keep your student home.

Please call the office if your child is experiencing any symptoms.

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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2021/2022 Approved Community Partners

Sun Oaks

Ninja Coalition

The Music Group (Tania Sarah Rineiro-Piano and Voice Lessons)


Please work with your TOR regarding Community Partnership electives.

Please take a copy of your completed "Stellar Community Partner Agreement" to the vendor of your choice. We are excited to add more as the year progresses and paperwork gets completed and approved.

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Student Handbook

To read the Stellar Handbook please follow the link.