Normally we post just the Billboard Top 100 for the week, but this week we thought it would be interesting to see what Stacey Middle School students would choose as their top song. So, here it is. This is your choice!
The choices were:
“Pillowtalk”- Zayn Malik
“Work”- Rihanna Feat. Drake
“Love Yourself”- Justin Bieber
After asking Stacey students like you to choose the favorite song of the week. the winner was . . . More…
Each year, on the second week of school, new students are bewildered with their schedule. No history class on Thursday but nearly and hour and a half of it on Friday! It sounded complicated with too many things to memorize. In reality, it is very simple.
Students and teachers at many schools have adapted to the ways of block scheduling, but both may not know the benefits.
There are different types of block scheduling for schools. Some schools alternate classes where they meet with different teachers every day. Others do a trimester switch off where students take two to three classes for 60 days in order to earn credits.
Here at Stacey, block scheduling takes place every Thursday and Friday. On Thursday, students are expected to attend their four odd period classes and on Friday attend their four even period classes.
The way the classes are set up on these two days is ingenious. During the first three days of the week, the classes are regular for the students and teachers. The students go to all 6 classes on their schedule and have lunch in between. With block scheduling, each class is given a bit more attention because of the additional time. More…
Welcome back to Publication Possé, all you book nerds! It is time for Bo0oOoO0o𐐃𐐬OoKkk paradise! Today, we are back with two highly recommended books. Prepare to hallucinate while looking at a dead tree!
Inkheart 📖: In this stunning novel by Cornelia Funke, words truly come alive for Meggie, a heroine able to read to an extraordinary extent. When her father gets kidnapped, Meggie finds herself reading objects and people out of a book, literally. As she journeys on a quest to save her father, she becomes hostage to a villainous book character.
Pegasus🐴by Kate O’Hearn: On a stormy night, a mystical beast from Olympian mythology crashes onto thirteen-year-old Emily’s apartment roof, and her world is turned upside down. Caught between a war between Roman gods and stone creatures called Nirads, Emily must help the goddess Diana return Pegasus to Olympus before the Olympus flame runs out and the gods are destroyed.
Thank you once again for reading this week’s edition of Publication Possé! If you have any book recommendations, feel free to comment! Have a prosperous AR life!