Dancing Through the Decades Dance Reply

Isabella Gonzalez

National Junior Honor Society hosted the Dancing Through The Decades dance on April 10th. There was a variety of activities available at this dance and it was one to remember.

There was a Tetris wall that was amazing for taking pictures, a scrapbook wall where the students could see all the teachers in the 80s, escape rooms, a live DJ and dancing, food and beverages for sale, and a Rubik’s Cube competition.

The music consisted of some music from the 80s and also some requests from students. There were many dance circles and people just showing their skills to each other, including the teachers. There were many teachers dancing their hearts out on the dance floor while all the students watched and joined.

There was pizza, Cup of Noodles, many varieties of chips and candy, water, and soda for sale. All of the food was very fairly priced and delicious. More…

Back In the Decades Dance Reply

Jolie Phan

Stacey Middle School is hosting a Back in the Decades Dance. Mrs. Phan and Mrs. Kleen are in charge of the dance along with AVID and NJHS. The dance will be held on April 10th in the gym during 4-6 PM.

The hope is that the dance will raise enough money for the NJHS banquet and the medals for 8th-grade graduation. The teachers picked the theme of Back in the Decades while the students pick the name of the dance.

Let’s take a look at how NJHS and AVID are setting up the dance. There are going to be two escape rooms, a Rubix cube challenge, and a photo station at the dance. NJHS and AVID are divided into two groups. One group helped with the escape rooms and the other group came up with ideas for the dance.

You can dress up as anything from the 70s, 80s, 90s, etc. There’s going to be a raffle for the first one hundred people who bought the tickets. The tickets are only $4 with ASB and $5 without ASB.

NJHS Reply

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Adrian Nguyen Dinh

NJHS (National Junior Honor Society) meeting on September 18th was very successful. There were many students that attended the meeting. This year the advisors are Mrs. Phan and Mrs. Kleen.                                                                         

The invited students, who were mostly 7th and 8th graders, had to have a minimum of a 3.5 GPA.  New 6th and 7th graders who’d like to join have to wait for the 2nd trimester so they can attend an NJHS meeting.

Mrs. Phan states, “I am really excited to guide students as they find their hidden leadership potential! We are also excited to do amazing service projects this year with a great group of students!” More…

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Katie Mills

Hey, Stacey Cougars!

If you have scholarship, leadership, service, character, and citizenship, then you may want to consider trying NJHS! NJHS is the nation’s premier organizations established to recognize outstanding middle-level students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serve to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character and Citizenship for NJHS.

To join, bring a report card from last year, and a 3.2-grade point average is required. 6th or 7th graders are not eligible until 2nd trimester Have a parent sign the permission slip, and make sure to bring a $6 donation—it is a requirement! On the report card, a student cannot have any N’s or U’s. More…

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Kelsey Bisetti

At the NJHS Induction Ceremony, there were candles, children, and black cloaks– Okay, well maybe not black cloaks.

On January 24, several of Stacey’s most esteemed students made an appearance at this prestigious event.

The National Junior Honors Society, otherwise known as NJHS here at Stacey, shows students how gratifying it is to help their community. Participants take part in campus clean ups, help teachers and staff, or volunteer for other local organizations like The Orange County Humane Society, the Huntington Central Library, WAGS, etc. More…

NHJS Graduation Medallion Reply

Kristen Fernandez

Attention all 8th graders in NJHS! If you are purchasing a medallion for graduation, be sure to turn in your money to Mrs. Gates or Mrs. Doyle by May 27th.

Those who are eligible for this medallion must have been in NJHS for two trimesters, one of them being the third trimester. The medal costs $19.00 and may be

The medallion costs $19.00 and may be paid for by cash or check.

Purchasing the medallion is not required; students can borrow a medallion for the ceremony as long as they are returned immediately after.

Congratulations NJHS members!

NJHS Update Reply

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Tyler Serrano

Stacey students still have an opportunity to join the National Junior Honors Society club for the third trimester.

Interested students must attain at least a 3.2 grade point average in the second trimester of this year and have no N’s or U’s on their report card in order to join this club. They’ll need to show it to Mrs. Gates by Friday, April 15th, along with paying a $6.00 membership fee. More…

NJHS Cares For The Brave Reply

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Quang Truong

NJHS is creating care packages for our brave soldiers fighting for our freedom overseas. Members will be bringing Ziploc bags, shaving cream, lotions, along with small items to lend a taste of home like stuffed animals, as well as earbuds for music and other media.

NJHS volunteers created the care packages using items brought in by Mrs. Gates and other members. Most of the items in the care packages were hygiene products such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, tissues, and chapstick.

These care packages will be shipped to Van Nuys for Operation Gratitude. Service family members are also able to request a care package from their loved ones.