Volleyball club has been back since May and will be going on for the rest of the school year! For this trimester, the majority of students attending volleyball club are 7th graders.
The requirements are just to show up in a team of three or four people. There will be mini-game tournaments, the first will be Thursday, June, 8th, and the winning teams will earn a gift card from Mr. Cota.
The club meets on Tuesdays and Fridays and lasts one hour after school outside on the fields. Two nets or more are set up with Mr. Cota supervising all the students. All students are allowed to join and play for fun.
Anyone can attend and join a team during the meetings. The majority of the attending students are 7th graders.
If not able to make it for the first tournament, more tournaments will be held over the next meetings of volleyball club.
Katelyn Hooker and Oanh Tran
Students who enrolled in Girl Power recently attended the end of the trimester luncheon. The luncheon, on May 18th, was for committed members who attended a majority of the meetings.
Each girl was allowed to invite an important female in their life, including family members and teachers. The girl power group designed flyers for the luncheon used as an invitation.
Tables were set up and each girl has brought a small dish. There were cookies, chips, pizza, etc. During the luncheon, each girl had a chance to share about what they learned during their time at Girl Power. More…
From flutes to trombones, to trumpets, Stacey has them all. But, aside from all the classical music, there is a group with an instrument that might be the best instrument for the beach. Ukulele Club!
The seven club members meet every Thursday from 3:00-4:00 pm in H1 to learn and practice with their Ukuleles to sound very professional. Here’s the history behind it all:
Mr. Thorsen, the instructor of the club, said that quite a few students start out in Ukulele Club, but eventually leave. This is due to their interest in other clubs. He said the group usually starts out with around 25 to 30 students. The ones that remain truly love their instrument. More…
Cinco De Mayo, meaning “Fifth of May,” is meant to commemorate the Mexican Army’s unlikely victory over French Forces.
The history began when Mexico declared, in 1861, a moratorium on the repayment of foreign debts. This resulted in the English, Spanish, and French troops decided to attack. By April 1862, the English, as well as Spain, had retreated. On May 5th, General Ignacio Zaragoza defeated French troops at the Battle of Puebla, southeast of Mexico City, and about 1,000 French troops were killed. More…
Stacey’s Farmer’s Market always sells several fresh and juicy produce. This market will make its anticipated return this Friday, April 7. It will be hosted in front of Stacey.
As usual, Farmer’s Market will provide many fruits and vegetables for sale, as well as plants and herbs.
The last time Garden Club had their Farmer’s Market was December 2, 2016.
Many parents, students, teachers, and staff are excited about the return of Garden Club’s Farmer’s Market.
“Love. Wish. Dream. Be creative. Give. Smile. Learn. Hope Trust Live. Share.” These are the words on the walls of Girl Power that warm the heart. When walking into the club, students experience a sea of posters that the girls, present and past, have created to represent what they like whether it be food or activities.
“I am” posters have been made as well by this supportive group.
“I am learning how to be confident, social, and expressive,” says Emmy Nguyen, a Girl Power participant. She also stated: “You’re not too young to start something and make a change.” More…
According to Sakura Sato, Stacey’s Anime Club president, a lot of people are in Anime Club, up to 30 people, and they are having a great time.
Currently, the club is watching a movie called When Marnie was There, an English dubbed movie by Studio Ghibli.
The club is also playing a game based on the anime Death Parade. In the anime, someone is at a bar, and they have to play a certain game to get into the afterlife. Sakura says that they will change to game up a little.
The anime president also says that Anime Day will be in May due to testing so any Anime Club members, look forward to it!
Attention students, the second session of Archery Club has begun! Mr. Dandridge allows participants to join in 6th or 7th grade with a 2.5 G.P.A or higher. Practices are Tuesdays and Thursdays. Due to recent rains, some practices have been canceled.
There are about 25 members in the second session. The club has started to shoot at giant, foam targets. The arrows they are using are dulled down but could still pierce someone. More…
With the second farmers market coming up on Friday, Feb. 3, Garden Club is preparing for waves of students.
But, the club is actually doing other things to make the school as beautiful as it can be. A little section near the field where Stacey students run is turning into another garden to grow healthy foods.
There will be three beds in all. One bed will be devoted to the Science Department to experiment with different growing methods to experiment which recycled resources work best. They will begin using three types: hay, newspapers, and regular mulch. All Garden Club has yet to do is put the cinder blocks together, and start planting.
The club is doing Stacey a favor, however, as they are fixing all the cinder blocks that have been damaged.
As time progresses, the bounty of Garden Club will be headed for their farmer’s markets.
Students are encouraged to attend tomorrow’s event with their parents and family members.
With their winter musical ‘Oliver!’ rapidly approaching on February 2nd – 4th, how could the cast and crew of the show not be excited? Some of the ‘Oliver!’ cast and crew were asked how they felt about their show being about less than a week away. Here’s what they had to say:
“Um, I’m pretty excited. It’s gonna be a really good show. Everyone is doing their best,” said eighth-grader Zane Collinsgru, who is Mr. Sowerberry in the musical. More…