The first day of school is August 30! Cougar Crawl registration is scheduled for 6th and 8th graders on August 22nd. Cougar Crawl registration is scheduled on August 23rd for 7th graders. Click for all the details!
Sign-Up TODAY - Spots Available WSD is excited to offer a Summer Learning Recovery Program (SLRP) to our students. Our summer school is on the Stacey campus and is only for our 21-22 6th and 7th graders. All students will have 3 classes: ELA, math, and an elective. Students will not be able to choose their elective. Summer school is 4-days a week. You may sign-up for session 1 (3 weeks) or session 2 (3 weeks) or both sessions (6 weeks) . We encourage both sessions. It’s free! Click for details and registration link.
Free Stacey Middle School transition program for new, incoming 6th and 7th graders. It's a 3-day program designed for students transitioning from elementary school to middle school. They will get familiar with our campus and our teachers. There will be team building activities to help students make connections with other students. Students will learn academic strategies, peer relationship strategies, and organizational tips.
8/8-8/10 from 1:15-3:30pm at Stacey. Click to register.
The 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony will be on Friday, June 17th at 9:00am in the gym. Please click here for details about promotion. (6th and 7th graders will attend school that day. Their dismissal is at 11:15am) CLICK TO READ ALL THE DETAILS.
With just five more days, the end of the school year is almost here! With that being said let's kick off the end of the year the right way with one last spirit week! Let's have some fun and show off your school spirit! Go Cougars!
We have fabulous news to share! Stacey Middle School has been selected as a 2022 California Pivotal Practice Award winner for social-emotional development and opportunities for our students during the pandemic.
We made the cover! School News Roll Call is a publication where parents and communities stay informed of what is happening in the classrooms. School News Roll Call was founded to highlight the excellence in our public schools. The quality of the public schools in a community sets the standard for the quality of the community. Check out the cover page and our article on page 3
There is a PTSA Presentation / Principal’s Message in the gym from 5:30-6pm and then the rest of the campus is open from 6-7pm. This is a great opportunity for students to show their family all the fun and engaging activities that they do in their classes.
Instead of visiting individual classrooms, each department is collaborating and putting together displays and activities around campus.
Lastly, there will be a Washington DC trip Informational meeting in the gym from 7-7:30 for current 7th graders.
PBIS rewards is an online rewarding system for students. Students will be able to check their balances, make goals and purchase stuff right from their account. Teachers are able to reward from the app or computer dashboard without exchanging paper.
For those 8th graders who ordered a lawn sign, they need to be picked up this Friday, after school in front of the gym. Please make sure to pick-up your sign if you purchased one. The parking lot will be closed off for our buses until 3:00ish. You can park on the street and walk over to pick up your sign or wait until we open up our parking lot to drive inside. Students may pick-up their signs. PTSA will be there distributing them from 2:45-3:20pm.
Original Message: Do you want to celebrate your 8th grader's accomplishments with an 8th Grade Promotion Yard Signs? The lawn signs are $10 without a student's name and $12 with the student's name on the sign. The deadline to order is Friday, May 20th. Click to read more and purchase sign.
Sunday's artwork titled, "A Ray of Hope", has been selected for inclusion in this showcase by a team of orange county college art gallery directors along with representatives from Festival of Arts in Laguna and Arts Orange County.
Congratulations to Mrs. Gates who is Stacey's Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Gates has taken on many leadership roles over the years. She has been in AVID coordinator, PBIS Coordinator, and SLT leader for the math department. She is extremely dedicated to creating good math lessons and meeting needs of all students. She shows deep care for her students’ well-being. She has an excellent rapport with staff and students. Mrs. Gates is a “go-to” person on campus because she has earned trust and respect from both staff and students.
Congratulations to Alejandra G.F. for winning the 2022 AVID Angels Scholarship. She was honored at Angels Stadium and earned a $10,000 scholarship and laptop! We commend you for your scholastic accomplishments and leadership qualities!
School News Roll Call is a publication where parents and communities stay informed of what is happening in the classrooms. School News Roll Call was founded to highlight the excellence in our public schools. The quality of the public schools in a community sets the standard for the quality of the community. Check out our article on page 23