Cougars enjoyed a sunny double Halloween lunch on Monday, October 31. Sixth, seventh, and eighth-graders gathered to eat lunch with their fun costumes.
Along with talking with friends, students also got to participate in a costume contest with three categories: scary, funny, and best group. More…
Boo! Hello, Stacey students. We will be having a double lunch on October 31 to celebrate Halloween.
Our leadership students will host a costume contest open to all students. They will also have games and activities prepared.
There will be no Dark Fest this year, but there will be Fall Fest November 9 with a movie on the field, games, and also food.
Target is a well-known store for everyday items and fun Halloween costumes.
In recent months, there have been creepy clown sightings of costumed men behaving irrationally. Since the latest reports, clown masks and costumes are not being sold at the retailer anymore. More…
Cinco De Mayo celebrated on May 5th, commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862, according to history.com.
In 1861, Benito Juárez became president of Mexico, a country in financial ruin. He failed to meet his debts to European governments and France, Britain, and Spain sent naval forces to demand repayment. More…
Looking for a Valentine’s Day gift for that special someone? Want to show your appreciation for a friend? Look no further, for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift can be found right here, at Stacey Middle School.
Valentine’s Day Grams are being sold by College Career Readiness (CCR) and Mr. Ghaul’s class from February 1 to February 11 in front of the teacher’s lounge at 7:30- 8:05 AM.
Valentine Grams will include a carnation and can be bought for $2.
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Typically, on Valentine’s Day, it is the female who receives gifts from the male. However, in Japan, it is the women who buy the men the presents. More…
On December 16th, One Snowy Night was hosted by the College Career Readiness program. Throughout the dance, there were various activities available for students who bought tickets (aside from the ticket to enter).
At the dance, from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m., Santa Claus took pictures with students in the school library. In front of the library was a food stand which contained chips, candy, pizza, hot chocolate, and soda.
One section of the multipurpose room was reserved for an activity where students were able to get whipped cream sprayed into their face. In order to do the activity, students payed one ticket. More…
Christmas, December 25, is both a sacred holiday and a worldwide celebration. People around the world has commemorated this federal holiday for two millennia. More…