Would You Make That Deal? Reply

Heather Tran

Hello, children! Welcome back to another edition of “Would You Make That Deal?” I hope you all are having a magnificent week. In the last edition, many of you voted that you would attend school six days a week to learn all that you need if you could forgo homework. Personally, I would rather get homework and only go to school five days a week. Now, let’s stop rehashing and get on to this week’s deal.

Being a celebrity seems like it would be very fun, with all the benefits that come with it. Who doesn’t want to become famous? So, here’s the deal. You can be the celebrity of your choice for a week, but after you turn back to your own life, you would still have paparazzi following you everywhere you go for the rest of your life and you would get no privacy.

Remember to vote on the poll, and I will see you next week. Have a fantabulous life.

Open House Virtual Walkthrough Reply

Leah Kurihara

On Wednesday, Stacey had their Open House where parents had a chance to see the work that their children have done at school. If you missed this night, we’ve taken the initiative to walk around the classrooms and take a few pictures.

I started by going to Mrs. Karsh’s classroom to look at the art her students created.

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Musical Mondays 3

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Tyler Serrano and Delaney Powell

Hello, Stacey Cougars! According to Billboard Top 100, these are your hot top ten songs for May 4, 2016!

In tenth place we have, “Formation” By Beyonce. This song is new to the chart, but Queen B. is not; that’s for sure! More…

Gridded Sketch Projects Reply


Grid drawings from Advanced Art students Jonah Vu, Tyler Serrano and Mya Rodriguez

Jonah Vu

Advanced Art recently completed their newest project: grid art! Students used graphite pencils, kneaded erasers, and blending stumps to sketch a realistic 12” x 18” picture. More…

Why We Celebrate Cinco De Mayo Reply


Jennifer Ly

Cinco De Mayo celebrated on May 5th, commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862, according to history.com.

In 1861, Benito Juárez became president of Mexico, a country in financial ruin. He failed to meet his debts to European governments and France, Britain, and Spain sent naval forces to demand repayment. More…

The Hunger Games Unit Reply


Jonah Vu and Heather Tran

Warning: mild spoilers

Mrs. Ortega’s notorious Hunger Games unit has begun! Eighth grade honors English students had a chance to be reaped and entered in the slightly less violent version of the Games. There are two districts: District 14 (period 3-4) and District 911 (period 7-8). More…