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Novembe r 09, 2012

Jill DiG iampaolo & Davi d A . Ga rcia – Ed itor s

Admin Alley

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Contents: Admin Alley

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Upcoming Events

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Stacey Standouts

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Stacey Has Talent

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Partner Reading

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Candy Exchange

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College Week

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Learning About Nutrition

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Apply SA

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Elementary Stuff

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Stacey Talent Images

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Random Shots

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Stacey Girls’ Cross Country Team Headed to State - A First in Lackland ISD History! Congratulations to the Stacey girls’ cross country team for qualifying for the UIL State Cross Country Meet. It is the first time in Lackland ISD history that our girls’ cross country team has qualified for the state meet.

Upcoming Events: Saturday Nov. 09 UIL Cross Country State track meet @ Round Rock / Girls Basketball @ Stacey vs. Comfort 11:00am Monday Nov. 4 Veterans Day School Holiday Tuesday Nov. 4 Boys & Girls Basketball @ TMI Wednesday Nov. 14 StuCo Thanksgiving Lunch Thursday Nov. 15 Middle School Basketball @ Sabinal

The six runners that will be representing Stacey are Abi Arndt, Haylie D’Arrigo, Jessica Kozlovsky, Alaya Keane, Katherine McCormick, and Vimarys Oliveras. The team will run in Round Rock this Saturday at 10AM. Good luck!!!


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Stacey Standouts

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Congratulations STUDENTS of the MONTH

Stacey students of the month for October are: Senior Kennedy Roehl, Freshman Danielle Lipsey, eighth grader Connor MacDonald, Mrs. Horn, Junior Kyle Reich, and seventh grader Darlene Chamorro. Not pictured is Sophomore Abigail Arndt. The group was presented certificates, award pins, and enjoyed breakfast in the front office with Mrs. Horn on Tuesday, November 6th.

Alyssa Brown and Amina Early-Rice participated in the Junior High Region Choir concert last Saturday at Jay High School. They both learned a lot during the day and performed beautifully at the concert.


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StaceyTalent Show

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Stacey Talent Show

Fifteen Stacey students displayed their gifts singing and performing on piano, drums, and violin at the talent show in the Elementary gym on Thursday evening. London Slater & Martha Deluzio hosted the event. The performers included Hannah Moon & Maddie Short, Alexandria ValencianoPoffenbarger, Emily Cutlip, Chris Lorincz, Taylor Ramirez, Alyssa Brown & Lily Chacon, Anastasia Sanchez, Kia Simien & Ricky Warren, Alex Reidel, Sinead Bolton and Matt DelVecchio & Malina Morales. Alexandria ‘Xani’ Valenciano-Poffenbarger took First Place singing ‘Gravity’. Taylor Ramirez won Second singing & playing on piano a song she wrote herself. Anastasia Sanchez performed a monologue ‘No Wire Hangers!’ and won Third Place. A special thanks to the guest judges- Jennifer Daffinee, Jim Bartelt, and Donna Siler. Also, thanks to Mr. Richard and Mrs. Brock for organizing the event, Benson Sam and Brian Prince for working the audio and the great crowd that showed up to support the eleven student acts.

More Pictures on Pages 10 & 11


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Partner Readers

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Students in Mrs. Moulder and Mrs Lawrence SFA classes Partner Read.


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Candy Exchange

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CANDY EXCHANGE Article Written by Kennedy Roehl and Nikki Hardrath

On the days after Halloween, the Family and Community Service class went the elementary school cafeteria to buy back Halloween candy. In exchange for candy, students received healthy snacks and a toothbrush. The 100 pounds of candy that was collected will be sent to troops overseas through Operation Gratitude. Our class would like to thank the W Dental Group that volunteered to pay for the postage to send the candy to Operation Gratitude. The students hope for a safe return for our troops and wish them luck on their mission.


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College Week

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Last week Stacey High School celebrated college week. Students learned the importance of furthering their education‌.the more you learn, the more you earn. Students participated in trivia questions, made pennants for their locker, and wore their favorite college shirts. On Thursday Generation Texas visited with the student body. GenTX helps students with the steps needed to take on the path to college and career education, from taking the right classes and tests, to applying to colleges, and then finding the money to pay for school. You can visit their website at www.gentx.org. Stacey always continues to talk to students about the importance of education, even when it is not college week. This week Dr. Hengst from UTSA visited with juniors and seniors. She explained the differences between college and high school and what students need to be thinking about to have a successful future. Parents and students are always welcome to visit the College and Career readiness center in the Stacey Counseling area. The center has a lot of great information about college and career options. Scholarship opportunities can be found in the readiness center (outside the counselors office) and in high school hallway. If you have any other questons please contact Mrs. Rue or Ms. Nicholson, the Stacey Jr/Sr High counselors.


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Learning About Nutrition

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LEARNING ABOUT NUTRITION Article by Annorra Casias

The Stacey Family and Community Services class has started their project funded by the 3e’s grant that Lackland ISD received. The high school students are responsible for teaching the elementary about the importance of nutrition. There first project was to organize and set up a booth at the Fall Carnival. The students made yummy vampire bites created out of apples and peanut butter. Students passed out the vampire bites for free to hungry customers. Students handed out flyers about the importance of eating healthy and explained the Candy Buy Back program. Their second project was to create videos with nutrition tips. Every week the elementary students will watch Friday’s Food Fact. The videos discuss a wide range of topics, such as the importance of eating vegetables, why you should drink water, healthy food options, and much more.


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Apply SA

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Elementary Stuff

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2012-2013 Lackland Elementary Yearbook is now on sale!!! Reserve your copy today in the front office for only $22. Quick‌limited quantity, so get one soon!

1. Donte White 2. Cameron Wilder 3. John McCade 4. Brandon Gavino 5. Collin Freeman

Students in Mrs. Allen’s class prepare for the upcoming Science Fair by doing product testing with Raisin Bran


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Stacey Talent Images

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Random Shots

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