Sleep is an important factor of students’ everyday routine. Sleep refreshes your brain and body for the next day. Adolescents at ages ranging from 10-14 need about nine to ten hours of sleep every night. However, that consistency tends to change as school approaches.
As teenagers grow, they generally start to become naturally short on sleep; as homework in school piles up, the amount of sleep students get can drastically change from the amount they should have every night.
The amount of sleep adolescents get every night ranges from seven hours to five hours. That’s a two to a five-hour difference. For adolescents at ages ten through fourteen, less than nine hours of sleep can affect their performance in school and out of school activities.More…
It’s that time of year again. While everyone is deciding what costume they are going to wear for Halloween, whether it is a zombie or a princess costume, there is one question that is swimming around in everybody’s head. How old is too old to go trick-or-treating?
As teenagers, some people may find us too old to walk around in a costume and go candy hunting. But we just want some candy! Answer this poll to find out how everybody else feels about this situation.
Garden Club is a great opportunity for kids to play and mess around with dirt, grow plants, and learn more about our resources! It is for anyone who wants to come out and be in the sun and to get in touch with nature. Who knew that playing with dirt could help our ecosystem?
Last year, the students from Garden Club got to not only grow their own plants but sell them at different farmers markets throughout the year. The also sold succulents, different herbs, and much, much more.More…
Stacey’s Extended School Program (ESP) provides a place for children to meet when families are working. ESP gives the students an opportunity to extend the learning day after school. Students can stay all long as needed until 6:00 p.m., and is also available before school as early as 6:00 a.m.
ESP includes a wide variety of child-adult initiated activities. Some activities let the children experience many interests like driving exploration, critical thinking, and the development of problem-solving, collaboration and communication skills.
Many activities that our trained staff members teach are to:
Improve reading, writing, fitness and social skills
It’s going to be a kind of slow week, but let’s just go over what will be going on.
Parent teacher conferences will be taking place after school all week. You’ll be released at 1:29 each day to give your teachers ample time to speak with you and your parents. This may be a good time to get on your teacher’s good side.
Don’t forget that Mrs. Doyle will be hosting Math Breakfast Club Tuesday and Thursday. If you have any questions about math, she’ll be there in the morning to help. More…
Halloween is creeping closer and here at Stacey we will have a Halloween dress-up day on October 31st. Come to school dressed in a costume and enter the costume contest at first and second lunch for a chance to win a prize. There will be different categories, so there will be multiple winners.
There will be a category for funny costumes. This category would be for those that enjoy laughing and being funny and want others to laugh with them, or at them. For this, options a tube of toothpaste, or some other sort of a punny costume works.
The second category will be for scary costumes. Students that like to make other people jump or scare them should enter this contest because they may win. For instance, options could be a scary mask or a black shadowy costume. However, no violence, profanity, or weapons are allowed.More…
Have you seen kids walking around campus with cameras recently? If so, it is because yearbook students are working hard to create this year’s yearbook, and I think it will be the best one yet. They have been taking a lot of photos and learning things, too. They have been learning how to create layouts for the pages and captions for the photos.
One yearbook student named Devon Jacobi said, “I have learned so much in this class so far. I love the way Mrs.Phan teaches, and I look forward to learning new things from her. “
Each student has to take at least five good photos per week. Five photos multiplied by about 40 weeks of school turns out to be around 200 photos per student! And multiply that by 25 students, and you get around 5000 photos! That is a lot of photos! With this many photos, you have a good chance of being in a few. So when you see someone with a yearbook badge and a camera, smile for the camera!