It’s no mystery Disney is fond of making people smile. Their classic movies such as Bambi are known to be favorites. Disney confirmed some of these oldies will be brought back to the big screen in the near future.
One movie swimming back to theaters will be Finding Dory, a spin on the original, Finding Nemo, that was released back on May 30, 2003.
“Well, I think that Finding Dory has been long awaited…” said eighth grader, Addison Valencia.
The new movie will consist the beloved members of Nemo, Marlin, the Tank Gang, and brand new members such as an octopus and a shark who believes she is a whale.
The storyline of this tale will be following Dory as she returns to her family after she has recollections of old memories. More…
The seventh graders raised brine shrimp in Mr. Dandridge’s and Ms. Erdelyi classrooms. They looked over them for many weeks and recorded the hatchlings’ actions.
“The first one is always exciting,” says Ms. Erdelyi, a science teacher at Stacey, “It is one you will never forget.” While learning the value of teamwork, effort, and curiosity, seventh graders learned interesting information and facts about these microscopic creatures. More…
- Focus by Ariana Grande.
Ariana Grande released her new single and music video for “Focus” last Friday. The video had 5 million views as of 5 p.m. on Friday, but did not top the Vevo record for the most views in 24 hours. In the new video, with an amazing display of product placement for the Samsung Note 5, Ariana’s new, shiny, platinum hair caught everyone’s eyes. More…
Over the past decades, horror has taken over television starting with Disney’s Monstober, which features child horror movies such as Halloweentown and The Haunted Mansion.
In 2011, the award winning phenomenon, American Horror Story, aired its first episode, making the biggest show to ever glorify horror. American Horror Story has finished 4 seasons and is currently airing the 5th season on FX. More…
Disneyland, the happiest place on Earth, has raised the price of the Disney Signature Plus Passport to an astounding $1,049 a year. This pass has no blackout dates, dates you cannot use the pass, 15% off select dining locations, and 20% off select merchandise, souvenirs, etc. and free parking.
Disneyland still has other passes, except for the discontinued Premium Passport. They still carry the SoCal Select/Resident Passport, Disney Deluxe Passport, and Disney Signature Passport, which all have blackout dates on the holidays and the holiday season, along with other “peak” days. More…
Adele is Back!
Adele released her new song, “Hello” last Friday and is taking the world by storm. The 6 minute video beat the Vevo record for most music video views in 24 hours. More…
The Stacey football team has been working hard. After school you can see them practicing at on the field. Soon they will be facing Warner and Johnson at all three schools. Stacey cougars, please go support them!
On Monday, November 2, everyone may join one of the intramural football teams. This will last for three weeks and they will be facing the other Stacey teams. If you enjoy playing football, but couldn’t make the travel team, this is a great chance to show off your football skills! To all who want to join, go to Mr. Yohn’s classroom, G2B, and sign up.
Halloween, October 31, will soon begin and the countless numbers of children will come in festive costumes to trick-or-treat. Are you ready to don your costumes on and celebrate throughout the night? If not, here are a few costumes ideas for you. More…
Leah Kurihara and Leandra Gimenez
Mrs. Valverde created a new dance club this year that gives students at Stacey Middle School a chance to dance. Participants in the dance club have been practicing outside Mrs.Valverde’s classroom since October 5th.
Mrs. Valverde and her ten students are very excited to perform their new piece at Dark Fest. They are currently rehearsing to the song, “Thriller” by Micheal Jackson for their performance.
Seventh grader Rachel Ravsten of the Stacey Dance Club said, “I have a really good dance instructor.” Rachel also says she “loves” the club because she was introduced to a lot of nice people there.
The dance crew begin their practice by stretching first. After that, they review what they had done at the last rehearsal. Once they finish reviewing, Mrs. Valverde then adds new dance moves to the piece. Mrs. Valverde said, “We plan just to have fun and make students lead the club dance. We are excited to see our dance family come together!” More…
College Career Readiness students went the University of California Long Beach on Tuesday, October 13 where they learned a lot about the university. They viewed many interesting features such as the Japanese Garden and the Pyramid. More…