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…
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!
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…
Students participating in NJHS made Christmas cards on Wednesday to send overseas to soldiers. Mrs. Gates, the NJHS instructor, asked for crafting supplies, such as colored paper, glitter, and Christmas stickers. More…
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.