Thao Vy Phan
Ms. Thach is currently a math and CCR teacher at Stacey Middle School. Her dream of becoming a teacher started her sophomore year. Ms. Thach has been fulfilling her dreams for 12 years, 10 years at Webber Elementary and two at Stacey.
One of her greatest accomplishments is starting the garden club at Stacey. Ms.Thach found gardening in May 2013, when she had tried to prevent weeds from growing. She said that she “fell in love with it” and had found “something she was good at.” Ms.Thach is also proud of fixing her house, graduating from college, and her teaching career.
Had teaching not panned out, Ms.Thach’s second career choice would have been Federal Bureau of Investigation agent. She said as a young child she thought the job of FBI agent would be “active and something new.” However, Ms.Thach states,” I love teaching, so it will never happen.” More…
Congratulation to all the girls who made the football game here at Stacey Middle School. The game schedule hasn’t been posted yet, but the games will be held after the Thanksgiving Break.
Good luck to the girls, and support the girls by going to the games and cheering them on.
The girls who were selected to be on the team are:
The smell of pumpkin pie is in the air and a fall breeze is here. The Peanuts Gang is rounding the corner and that can only mean one thing. This month on the 26th, Thanksgiving will arrive once again, bringing its festivities along.
“I am excited to see all my family in one place,” said seventh grader Justin Samone. More…
Our Stacey boys beat the Warner team 22-18 on Tuesday Nov. 17. With this win, Stacey won the district championship!
On Thursday, November 12th, Stacey competed against Warner at Stacey. After a long game of battling, Stacey won the game beating the undefeated team Warner! More…
Nov. 16-20, 2015 – So (Ir)Responsible
- Have you ever cracked your phone?
Many have a smartphone, and whether it is an iPhone, a Samsung Galaxy, an LG or any other phone brand, many have cracked screens before. Some are minor, while others are completely horrid, but all are definitely annoying. More…
Leah Kurihara and Leandra Gimenez
Leadership and 8th grade CCR, College and Career Readiness, went to Disneyland in October to learn the characteristics of being a strong leader: confidence, curiosity, constancy, and courage.
Once they arrived at Disneyland, Leadership and CCR split up in groups for the training. Each group had a leader from the Disneyland staff. The groups walked around the park and did activities that taught teamwork and leadership skills. During the training, the students also got to ride Splash Mountain and Pirates of the Caribbean. More…
On Friday, November 13th, more than 100 people were killed due to terrorist attacks in Paris, France. Yet, around the world, on the same day, many other countries were affected by catastrophes as well.
This semi-new club has caught the attention of new and old students at Stacey Middle School. Archery takes place every Monday and Tuesday from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Northwest field. Fellow teacher Mr. Dandridge, along with Coach Mike, has trained Stacey students to shoot with precision.
“I think it’s awesome ‘cause I get to learn about archery and how to have correct form.” said eighth grader, Kevin Doan. Kevin is not the only one that enjoys archery. The students and coaches are often seen cracking jokes and smiling.
Before the students can shoot, they need to prepare by setting up all the equipment such as targets, bow stands, bows and arrows. Once this is done, the coaches and McKenzie Duignan string the bows to get them ready for shooting. Like all sports, the archers must warm up using stretch bands to go over the form and aiming at the target. More…
2310 pairs of shoes on their way to Africa.
Heather Tran and Jonah Vu
To support orphans in Africa and students at an all girls’ school in Guatemala, Stacey students met challenges proposed by Brian Williams, a motivational speaker from Think Kindness. More…
World Anti-Doping Agency, also known as the WADA, has called for Russia to be banned from competing in the next Olympic games set to take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil after discovering Russian track and field athletes have been doping. Doping is the act of using illegal performance enhancing drugs by athletes. More…