2017’s most tweeted about show, 13 Reasons Why, is nothing less than a phenomenon. And so, fans around the world have been buzzing about the release of season two, in hopes that it will come out soon.
There was even a rumor that it would come out at midnight on March 30, which many fans of the show took as a credible release date. However, those who believed the rumor were disappointed to see it was anything but truthful. However, as of now, there has been no given release date besides the year of 2018.
Even still, there is no doubt that a second season will, in fact, be coming and soon. Netflix has announced that fans can expect a second season sometime in 2018. This wasn’t a big shock though, because everyone from the fans to the cast was hoping for it. More…
There are many different types of movies out there, including horror, comedy, thriller, romance, drama, action, war, science fiction, crime, animation, documentary, historical, etc. Which one of those topics is the best to you?
Superheroes have become a very large part of the media over the course of the last few decades. Whether in the form of colorful comic books, engaging Marvel and DC movies, or any other medium, superheroes have had a way of depicting powerful and interesting characters.
And the day to truly celebrate them just occurred. Saturday, April 28, is national superhero day. And to commemorate these beloved superheroes, we have compiled a list of profiles on some of the most widely known figures in the superhero sub-genre, including both DC and Marvel characters.
DBL (Design-Based Learning), a sixth-grade elective here at Stacey, is learning about ecosystems, landforms, and history. As a team, the students have debated about their landforms and what their priorities were. They used percentages to help them with their decision. The students created landforms for science, history, and math.
This project furthers their learning about ecosystems in science. Their goal is to learn how land and ecosystems affect civilization.
The three teachers involved are Ms. Winemiller, Mrs. Kleen, and Ms. Faulkner. Mrs. Winemiller teaches the students how the ecosystem is affected by land. Mrs. Kleen teaches the students how to use ratios and area to design the land, and Ms. Faulkner helps by teaching how the land affects trade in history.
I know for a fact that my friends are telling people I’m annoying behind my back, however, when I tried to confront them they laughed and told me I was just being silly. My sources were reliable and I had proof of them talking bad about me. And some of these people I’ve cut ties with, but some of them hold too much power to cut them off. Am I overreacting? What should I do?
Valourous day, mine lovely children! How art thou on this glorious afternoon?
Onto the events of this week!
Spring grams wilt selleth Monday ‘ere school and during lunch. Buyeth one for someone special! They wilt be delivered Wednesday.
Walking Club is meeting this Wednesday. If ‘t be true you’re looking for a relaxing way to doth some exercise, thee should forsooth cometh. And don’t forget to bringeth thy friends!
On April 26, Mrs. Valverde wilt beest hosting an AVID meeting for all students interested in joining the high school AVID class. Thither, thee can discuss field trips, assignments, and standards. Desire to see thee thither! More…
We all knew about the walkout on March 14, but that was not enough. Students want to be able to know that they are safe at school. After the Parkland, Florida shooting, students have had enough and demanded to take matters into their own hands.
The National School Walkout took place on April 20, to honor the anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre and the 13 people who died. ABC states, “The event was organized by 16-year-old Lane Murdock, a sophomore at Ridgefield High School in Connecticut, along with three of her classmates.”More…