During the filmmaking process for Pixar’s Inside Out, an animated film about an adventure in the mind of Riley, an 11-year-old girl, many different emotions were considered for starring roles. Irritation, Pride, Envy, Greed, Gloom, Despair, and Love were only a few early ideas for this movie. More…
Imagine being out with friends, and someone decides to go to the mall. Everyone sits down for a little while, and your phone is dead and out of battery. While looking around, friends and many others are on their phones. More…
As all students should know, Wednesday will be taken off of our school day for Veteran’s Day. Many may think of this day as a free break, but for others, a day to respect loved ones and more.
Today, a five minute charity blast took place in each of the homerooms. In total, Stacey planned to hit $862 of donations. All students have been asked to bring one dollar to donate to Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. More…
WHOOHOO! Stacey students had a spooktastic time on October 29th; everyone talked with their friends, ate pizza, watched the movie Hotel Transylvania, and took tons of photos. Sadly, no werewolves, Edward Cullens, Pepes or Poot Lovato were found at this scary event.
A seventh grader, Justin Pham, said, “Darkfest was fun because I was with my friends, watching a movie, and eating a lot of food. My favorite part of Darkfest was eating all the food…” More…
This past year, we have seen the boom of the music industry, particularly in the form of monthly subscription of companies such as Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora and many others. More…
According to Billboard Top 100, these are your hot top ten songs of November 1, 2015.
In tenth place we have, “I Can’t Feel My Face” by The Weekend. This song has gone down from seventh to tenth, all because the song took the ratings by force.
Ninth place is “Locked Away” by R. City Ft. Adam Levine. This song has gone down from number eight to number nine; not so drastic, but still a dent. More…
Date: 10/28, Wednesday
Location: Johnson Middle School
Opponents: Johnson and Warner
Date: 11/3, Tuesday
Location: Warner Middle School
Date: 11/10, Tuesday
Location: Stacey Middle School
Date: 11/12, Thursday
Location: Stacey Middle School
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…