Have you heard of the ultimate challenge that if completed, you can win $100.00? This challenge is called “The Grit 100” and was created by Mr.Yohn.
To complete the challenge and get $100.00 you must run one mile every day for one-hundred days. If you are sick or it’s raining it does not matter because if you skip a day, you lose the challenge.
If not one person completes the challenge then the person that did the challenge for ninety-nine days will get $99.00. Or if the highest is seventy-five days then they will get $75.00.
The Grit 100 is every school day at 7:20 a.m. on the field where you would normally run the mile during physical education (P.E.). More…
Students with one or many absences are strongly encouraged to come to Saturday Academy on January 27th at Stacey Middle School.
Students come to school on Saturday at 8 am and are offered various options to choose from. These including Garden Club, study skills, a sports clinic, music workshop or a movie script analysis.
Students who attend one Saturday Academy session will be relieved one absence from that the current trimester.
The session is from 8 am to 12 pm, only four hours to relieve a full day absence.
So what do you have to lose? Come over to Saturday Academy.
During winter of 2017, construction really has gotten crazy. Good and bad things have both happened.
Around the middle of October, it was really windy, so the construction workers were supposed to water the dirt down. That did not happen, so it became a major health concern for all the kids in Physical Education class, especially the kids with asthma. Dirt should definitely not be blowing in the air as Stacey students run the mile, play volleyball, throw footballs, and so much more.
According to Mrs. DeBritton, “Even though there are some safety concerns, they [the construction team] are starting to work on weekends.” More…
Every year Stacey Middle School hosts an event known as Multicultural Night. This year though they’ve added a little twist, subcultures. That’s right this year students can sign up to do subcultures such as Harry Potter and Anime.
Multicultural Night is not until March 2nd, but that means there is only about a month for students to finish up their booths. Students love to participate in this fun event, but if a student wants to participate, they better realize that it is a very time-consuming thing that you would probably have to work on for weeks if you want to make sure your booth is perfect.
If you like to sing, dance, or play an instrument then this night is looking just for you because students are allowed to sign up and perform on stage. Even some clubs are performing. For example, I know for a fact that Ukulele Club is going to perform a few songs. More…
That’s right, Progress Reports are being sent out for the second trimester. Surely, right now some students are stressing out trying to bring up their grades so their teachers don’t have to give their parents progress reports.
On February 1st, the second-trimester progress reports will be mailed home. But remember that the teachers all have their own expectations and will be filling out the reports this week.
So, if you aren’t up to date with your teacher’s expectations, you better hurry up.
A new club at Stacey is having it’s first meeting. Gay-Straight Alliance is a safe place where students can talk about sexuality, gender identity, and of course, coming out.
The meeting will be this Wednesday, January 24th in room C1. It will meet in It’s going to be a day to remember.
Everyone is accepted in GSA, whether if you´re gay, straight, bisexual, pansexual, autosexual, lesbian, heteroflexible, homoflexible, agender, transgender, the list just goes on.
And a nice motive to come might be the rainbow cupcakes. Yummy! It is not only a safe space to talk, but also a place to enjoy a ton of rainbow frosting.
Many have a hard time coming out, and the club was created to help others during hard times and help them embrace their true selves.
We hope to see you there!
Until next time Stacey students, have a great day!
Do you like burgers? Do you like chicken nuggets? Actually, that kind of sounds good right now. Anyways, it’s all at STACKED!
On January 23rd, Builders Club is hosting a fundraiser for STACKED, and 20% of your total bill will go to Stacey Builders Club! At the very end of May, all Builders Club funds will be transferred to “Make-A-Wish.”
You may be wondering, “What is STACKED?” STACKED is a “burger joint” right across from the well known Bella Terra. Don’t worry if you do not like burgers. They also have salads, chicken, steak, tacos, fish, etc. There are so many options to choose from. More…
Hello, my pretties!
Did you all enjoy Winter Break? I hope so. Go ahead and tell me your favorite part in the comments!
Anyways, we’re back now and, as such, we’ve got a lot on our plate this week.
Builder’s Club meets Tuesday. Gavin Mercado, the treasurer of the club, says they have some great games planned, so be sure to swing by.
Cougars for Christ will be meeting this Friday, as will Anime Club.
Okay, now here’s what I’m really excited to tell you… We have a new club here at Stacey, started by ME. It’s called the Gay-Straight Alliance and, though it’s common in high schools, most middle schools lack it. Now, it’s coming to Stacey. Our first meeting will be this Wednesday. Something special awaits those who come.
Well, that’s all for now, Cougars! May 2018 bring you magnificent things!
P.S. It’s Universal Letter Writing Week. It may seem a bit archaic, but it’s also a great way to reflect. Just give it a try. I’ll see you all next week!
Winter break is almost here. Starting on December 22nd, winter break will officially start. That’s only three days before Christmas. We will return on January 8th.
Winter break isn’t just exciting because students don’t have school. It’s mainly exciting because everyone gets to spend time with their families during such a happy and joyful day, Christmas or any other holiday for that matter.
Hopefully, everyone has a great winter break creating lifelong memories with family and friends.
How are you all today? Wonderful, I hope.
Corporate Attire has started, so eighth graders should come to school on Tuesday in their fanciest clothes.
So, the main thing going on this week is, of course, the canned food drive. Donate all you can to earn points for your class. Beans, Mac ‘n Cheese, feminine products, etc. You can even donate money. Each dollar you bring in will count as four points. Whichever class earns the most points will win a fabulous prize! More…