Estrella Vista STEM Academy News

Want to know the latest happenings at Estrella Vista STEM Academy? We love sharing good news with you! We update this page frequently with school news and events, student awards, and helpful parenting tips. You're also welcome to view our entire newsletter.

Boys & Girls Club Before School Program

Families in the Littleton School District now have another much-needed option when it comes to help in the morning. Just in time for the start of the 2019–2020 school year, the Boys & Girls Club will be offering a before school program. Parents can drop off students at the Club as early as 6:00 a.m., and the Club will transport students to their Littleton School. For more information, please read the before school program letter

Important Safety Information

Each school in the district has an emergency response plan that's reviewed annually by the school emergency response team. These plans include protocols for potential hazards that could occur at a school. Students and staff practice evacuation, lockdown, and lock out drills regularly. We encourage you to read our letter to learn more about important safety information. This information will also be available on our district's Operational Services page.

Back to School

We are excited for another great school year at Estrella Vista Stem Academy! The school year starts on Monday, July 29 and doors open at 8:27 a.m. We hope to see you at our meet the principal/teacher event on July 25 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Come learn about the exciting things planned for the 2019–2020 school year and meet the new principal, Dr. Nicole Durazo. On Wednesday, July 15, the staff will take part in the 7th Annual Community Walk. Our teachers are preparing to walk the neighborhood in the early morning to inform parents about meet the principal/teacher night. We look forward to connecting with you!

New Theme

We have a new theme for the school year, GROWTH! We know that Growth Reflects our Will Through Hard work and we commit to growing in both our academic and behavior goals. Along with our theme, we will focus on three initiatives. First, we will maintain high expectations for every child. Second, we will build hope throughout the school community. Finally, we will stay dedicated to serving our diverse community by providing an equitable education. We look forward to growing in each initiative!

Parking and Flow of Traffic

The parking lot in front of the school was designed to divert traffic to one of two places, the parent drop-off lane, or the parking spaces. Please use the drop-off lane to let your child out of the automobile to attend school in the morning. If using the parking spaces, the expectation is for parents to park and walk their child to class. We appreciate your cooperation. Let’s keep our children safe.

Summer Feeding Program

SFE is serving free breakfast and lunch over the summer to Arizona children ages 18 years old and younger. Meals are also available for adults at a nominal fee. We will be serving meals at Eva's Bistro, Quentin STEM Academy, and Littleton STEM Academy. Please view this summer meal program flyer for details on dates and times.

Keep Learning All Summer Long

We invite you to keep learning all summer long! Please take a moment to check out the educational and fun opportunities your child can use to slide into summer! Our brochure includes digital tools and other summer opportunities your child can enjoy. We hope you have a fun and safe summer, and we look forward to seeing you soon!