Changes in the Making Reply


Destiney Hagberg

Mr. Yohn’s classes are generating ideas to make Stacey a better place. He explained to everyone that Stacey ASB has funds amounting to about $25,000 that can be spent on our school for the benefit of the students. Mr. Yohn said all the money came from students when paying for dances and other events. More…

Bullying Issues – Just Make it Stop Reply


Jennifer Ly

Bullying is a major worldwide problem that has been occurring for centuries. School bullying is a huge contributing factor of it.

About one out of every four students are being bullied on a regular basis, according to Bullying Statistics. Additionally, Kidpower reports that in 2007 approximately 80% of students were bullied within the school grounds. More…

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Quang Truong

Humuhumunukunukuapua’a, makihiki malahini who! If you don’t know where that’s from, please revisit your childhood and think about all that you missed.

Leadership and CCR will be hosting the Humuhumunukunukuapua’a Dance on Wednesday, April 23 from 5:30-7:30 pm. More…

Spring Celebration Reply

Leah Kurihara

Tomorrow morning, in front of G2B, Leadership is hosting a Spring Celebration.  It will be from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.

Leadership will be selling hot chocolate for $0.50. Also at this event there will be foosball tables, ping pong tables, and loud music. Leadership will be raffling off prizes, so bring your lucky rabbit’s foot.

Bring your school spirit for this last day of school celebration before Spring Break.

Back to the 80’s Reply


Leah Kurihara

Stacey is going back to the 80’s on the 21st of March.

Leadership  chose this spirit day theme because March 21st is the 80th day of 2016.

Back in the 80’s, the trend was to wear neon colors. So on the 21st all students should wear bright and vibrant clothes.

When we asked Maddy Lane, 8th grader, what the first word that came to mind when she thought of the 80’s decade, she said, “I think of neon.”

Support Stacey Middle School by showing your spirit, and don’t forget the leg warmers.


It’s Cool to be Kind Campaign Reply


Leandra  Gimenez

This year Stacey Middle School has been working hard to try to make the campus a kinder environment. Earlier this year, we ran the shoe drive, and we raised about $3,000 for a school in Guatemala. Now we have a campaign called “ It’s Cool to be Kind.”

It’s Cool to be Kind is set up through the Westminster School District as a competition between all the schools in our district. The grand prize is $25,000! More…

Mega Mile Reply

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Leandra Gimenez

The Mega Mile is an event that Leadership has done for many years. The goal is to run the mile after school as fast as possible. First, second and third place are given money prizes.

This year the overall first place winner is Jose Macedo, with a mile time of 5:22. In second place is Miguel Sanchez. He finished the mile with a time of 5:59. Third place goes to Zakary VanWaardenburg with a time of 6:01.

In the girls division Jocelynn Timmer won first place, Georgie Kobzeff placed in second, and Nina Wilson got third place.

Good job to everyone who took part in the Mega Mile, and congratulations to everyone who won!