Welcome, Estrella Vista STEM Academy families!

We are diligently working to improve school culture. Having the right environment to support student learning is essential. Our goal is to ensure every child has the opportunity to learn in a fair and equitable educational setting. We look forward to collaborating with all stakeholders to foster this expectation.

As a STEM Academy, we believe each child is a treasure with unique gifts, talents, and capabilities. We work collaboratively to discover and nurture those abilities through science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). We expect all students and staff members to be respectful, dedicated, hardworking, independent thinkers, and problem solvers.

Estrella Vista promotes four core values, which include the following:

  • We are a trusted and established community committed to setting high standards in STEM with integrity and fidelity.
  • We believe in developing responsible global citizens.
  • We strive for every student, staff member, and community member to exhibit the utmost respect in all situations.
  • We believe in building a cooperative and positive team environment conducive to the highest level of STEM learning.

We look forward to having you back in person and participating as a school community. Go Hawks!

A Message from Our Principal

July 2024

Dear Hawk Families,

I am excited to begin our new year together and look forward to working with you and your student(s). Mrs. Jeanette Kelley will be joining our administrative team as the dean of students. We are ready to continue our work to grow a productive, student learning partnership with you. Our theme for the year will continue to be “better together” and Littleton strong as we know for our students to continue their success, strong partnerships and collaboration are key. We are excited to collaborate as partners in the development of learning, education, and overall growth for all students. To foster this support, we will ask families to ensure:

  1. Students regularly attend school, on time, and ready for the day’s learning.
  2. Students are aware we are partners in their growth and educational experience.
  3. Students share growth on their goals and classwork in StudentVue to make connections and in tracking success and areas of support needed.
  4. Parents can log in and use ParentVue to be able to see teachers, update any important information for the year, register to ride the bus, and review academic progress.
  5. Students share needs to allow for supports needed both with academics and behaviorally.

In addition to these items, working with students to have them read daily will assist in building and strengthening literacy skills. If you have any questions about campus expectations, please feel free to connect with your child’s teacher or initial support. We want to ensure clear communication and alignment with our families on appropriate behavior to ensure a warm, safe, and supportive learning environment with safety being our priority. Thank you for your support, and I look forward to our continued partnership and being better together!

**School start and end times: Gates open at 8:10 a.m. and close at 8:25 a.m. to begin the instructional day. Regular release times are 3:25 p.m., and early release is 1:05 p.m.**

  • July 25: Meet the Teacher Night from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
  • July 29: First Day of School!

Please note: July 29, July 30, and July 31 are all early release days at 1:05 p.m. August 1 and August 2 are regular release time at 3:25 p.m.


Samantha Armstrong

Samantha Armstrong
Estrella Vista STEM Academy