STAR Student Assembly Dates and Time



STAR / STEM Student Assemblies




OCTOBER:  Thursday, October 4

NOVEMBER:  Thursday, November 1

DECEMBER:  Thursday, December 6

JANUARY:  Thursday, January 3

FEBRUARY:  Thursday, February 7

MARCH:  Thursday, March 7

APRIL:  Thursday, April 11

MAY:  Thursday, May 2

           Thursday, May 30


Assemblies will be held in the Cafeteria / Multipurpose Room

8:00 a.m. Grades 2, 4

1:40 p.m. Grades 1, 3, 5

STAR Words

  • September/Respect
  • October/Responsibility
  • November/Cooperation
  • December/Self-Discipline
  • January/Compassion
  • February/Honesty
  • March/Friendship
  • April/Acceptance
  • May/Perseverance


STEM Words

  • September/COMMUNICATION: As STEM students we communicate our ideas with our words, our writing, and we listen to what our peers have to say to learn more about the world around us.
  • October/ENGAGEMENT:  As STEM students we engage with those around us to expand on what we know and to be a more active learner in the concept, process, or skill we are working on.
  • November/CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION:  As STEM students we take chances to develop and expand our thinking to create new information and ideas for the good of our learning community.
  • December/EXPLORATION: As STEM students we actively explore our environments to connect our learning to our lives and the lives of those around us.
  • January/CRITICAL THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING: As STEM students we work with our classmates to brainstorm ideas to strategize a plan and then reflect on the results of our work.
  • February/EXPLAINING: As STEM students we explain or demonstrate our understanding of topics with each other using terms or concepts we have learned.
  • March/COLLABORATION: As STEM students we listen to others and consistently share our ideas with our classmates while valuing the contributions we all make to our learning teams.
  • April/EVALUATION: As STEM students we evaulate and offer feedback on our work and the work of our peers to improve upon our progress.
  • May/ELABORATION: As STEM students we use collaborative research opportunities to gain a deeper understanding of what we are learning.