8th Grade Promotion is being held on June 16, but only for students meeting promotion standards. To gain the Diploma, students need a 2.0 higher overall GPA in 7th and 8th grade and a 75% attendance. For the Certificate of Attendance, students need a 1.5 – 1.99 cumulative GPA and a 75% attendance.
Students must also pay off any debts (such as library books, Chromebooks, lunch money, etc.). Additionally, students with too many absences, tardies, discipline referrals, or that have not secured a GPA of 1.5 or higher in 8th grade may be excluded from promotion.More…
Please get your act together. Our generation is by far the worst generation of them all in many ways. Constantly, we get bashed and criticized for our bizarre behavior. Many worry about their eyebrows more than grades. The abundance of technology can help us make amazing advances, but yet many decide it is more important to see what Kim Kardashian wore to the Met Gala. Superficial.
Currently, our generation has not been named, but some names in speculation are the iGeneration or Generation Z. Some even call this generation the “Snowflake Generation” due to its sensitivity.More…
Kamusta ka na, children! (How are you, in Filipino) 💂🙌 Welcome back! We apologize for the month long hiatus, but we are back in business. Hopefully, another hiatus will not take place after this. More…
Are you creative, outgoing, responsible, or trustworthy? Then pick up an application for Leadership ASB!
Leadership will be a 0 Period class, which means that it will start at 7:30 am every day.
In Leadership, students will learn leadership skills, money management, time management, responsibility, and business techniques that will contribute to their life.
Future 7th and 8th graders can also run for office! 8th graders can run for president, secretary, and treasurer. 7th graders can run for vice president, secretary, and treasurer.
The president helps Mr. Yohn lead the class and helps lead the students to success. The vice president will be on call in the case of the president’s absence and take over all of those responsibilities, but they too have their own tasks.
The secretary will take notes on meetings and such while the Treasurer counts and deals with all of the money the goes in and out of the school.
If you don’t want to run, that’s okay; being a representative is still cool.
To pick up an application, see Mr. Yohn in Room G2B.
Stacey Middle School’s upcoming band program will be showcasing their skills for the last time on May 25th. This concert begins at 7:00 p.m. and ends at 8:00 p.m. in the Stacey multipurpose room. Beyond the sheer musical enjoyment, it is sure to deliver, it serves also as a fundraiser for Stacey’s music program.
The tickets cost $4.00 for adults, $2.00 for students, and are free for children under the age of ten. Tickets will be sold beforehand and at the door.
The money raised from this performance will go towards funding for music festivals, repairs for instruments, and purchases for new instruments.
Stacey’s band performance is definitely worth the price to pay. Come to the concert and support Stacey’s band!
All across the country, Sharknado has become a household name, so if you haven’t seen it, you need to.
In this campy horror movie, a monstrous hurricane sweeps through LA, leaving it flooded and infested with sharks that terrorize the waterlogged populace. It was released 3 years ago on July 11, 2013.More…
When we go out with our families, it really is a time to spend time with them. Yet, I have often been to restaurants and seen families sit in complete silence all staring at their little screens. Technology shouldn’t be taking over our lives. More…