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Admin Alley

Contents: Admin Alley

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Upcoming Events

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Stacey NHS Induction

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6 Grade Science

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Stacey Senior Trip

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Interesting Stuff

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Art Rocks

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Communication

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Groovy Stuff

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Ultimate Summer Camp

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Stacey FCCLA

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Random Shots

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Jill DiGiampaolo & David A. Garcia – Editors Digiampaolo.j@ lacklandisd. net

Stephanie Mickey Named Stacey Jr/Sr High School’s Next Principal

Upcoming Events: Tuesday May 21 CPR certification all day in Mrs. Duron’s room / Athletic Ceremony in the Lyon Center: Jr. High 5:00pm, Sr. High 6:30pm Wednesday May 22 Academic Awards 2:30 gym Thursday May 23 Band / Choir Spring Concert 6:30 elem. gym / Retirement reception 3:45 – 5:30 (Lyon Ctr.)

Stacey Jr/Sr High School Academic Dean Stephanie Mickey has been selected to serve as the next Principal of Stacey Jr/Sr High School. Ms. Mickey is completing her 18th year as a staff member at Stacey Jr/Sr High School. She served as Vice Principal for the school from 20002002. After returning to the classroom for several years, Ms. Mickey was selected to serve as the Academic Dean for the campus for the 2012-2013 school year. When Mrs. Gail Horn, the current Principal of Stacey Jr/Sr High School decided to return to Missouri, Ms. Mickey applied for the job. Ms. Mickey competed against current Principals and other Assistant Principals and came out on top. Ms. Mickey who is a graduate of Stacey Jr/Sr High School is also a graduate of Southwest Texas State University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Education and certifications in both mathematics and chemistry. She later attended Trinity University where she earned a Master of Education Degree and received her Principal Certification. Ms. Mickey is a hardworking and dedicated educator. She will begin her tenure as Principal beginning with the 2013-2014 school year. Congratulations Ms. Mickey!


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Stacey NHS Induction

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Stacey NHS Induction By: RaejonĂŠ Lucas, Senior

On Thursday, April 25, new members were inducted into National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) and National Honor Society (NHS). The Lyon Center ceremony began with the lighting of candles and speaking of specific traits needed for induction by seniors, Daley Moore, Mario Salgado, David Lipsey, Raejone Lucas, Steven Recker, and Breana Thompson. The new members then received their certificates and pins and were able to stay for pictures, cookies, and lemonade. New NHS members include: Abigail Arndt Sinead Bolton Brittany Brinkman Shelby Coppinger Martha Deluzio Matthew DelVecchio Chloe Dockter Alaya Keane Kaden Meadowcroft Andrew Mierisch Alexa Mirkes Genesis MaldonadoCruz Samuel Otto Savannah Outlaw Kiana Parham Kyle Reich Cody Rivas Anastasia Sanchez Helen Savell Alexandrina Suglia Gabrielle Tuazon Ashley Wilson

Congratulations to all new members!

New NJHS members include: Ashley Arndt Isabella Bach Shania Barcene-Ives Kristina Bartosh Kimberly Buenos-Aires Darlene Chamorro Justin Chapman Jade Craig Andrew DelVecchio Hope Dybus Ashley Epley Miles Hairston Dallas Hatch Travis Lester Lee Lily Lincoln William Moon Darrian Newell Jazmin Perez Vanessa Perez Cynthia Rangel Chriserica Reyes Jason Rodrigues Christopher Rudy Miranda Salazar Madison Sheppard Nadine Tuazon


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6th grade Science

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Science students in Ms. Street’s 6th grade homeroom create multimedia presentations on ecosystem research. They are identifying the abiotic and biotic factors of the environment and interactions between organisms, communities, and populations. Who knew science could be this intense?


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Stacey Senior Trip

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2013 Senior Trip-Flying “L” Ranch By: Tiona Dawson, Senior

Saturday May 11, 2013, the seniors went to their senior trip at the Flying L Ranch in Bandera. They departed around 12:25 p.m. and arrived at about 2:00. They started the day with a great time at the water park, pool, a game of miniature golf, and ping-pong followed by a dinner and a show featuring a trained Border Collie sheep dog. The seniors enjoyed a night of karaoke and s’mores with their class. They also engaged in a night of volleyball & basketball games. The next day started with a breakfast buffet prepared by the ranch staff. It was a day full of memories and laughs that the seniors will always remember.


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Interesting Stuff

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Upcoming Musical Performances Ms. Wilson’s Pre-K Class in “Tiki Tiki Tembo” on Wednesday, May 29th Ms. Montanio’s Pre-K Class in “The Three Billy Goats Gruff” on Thursday, May 30th Mrs. Silvin’s Pre-K Class in “Goldie and the Bears” on Friday, May 31st Mrs. Heineman’s Pre-K3 PM Class in “The Little Red Hen” on Friday, May 31st. Mrs. Smith’s Pre-K Class in “The Little Engine That Could Sing” on Monday, June 3rd. Ms. Archibald’s Pre-K Class in “The Three Piggy Opera” on Tuesday, June 4th Mrs. Heineman’s Pre-K3 AM Class in “The Little Red Hen” on Wednesday, June 5th.

ATTENTION STACEY JR/SR HIGH STUDENT ATHLETES: Any students who participated as an athlete or team manager for Stacey Athletics are invited to the end-of-year athletic ceremony on May 21. The Junior High ceremony is at 5 PM and High School starts at 6:30 PM. There will also be a social gathering in between ceremonies sponsored by the booster club. Please contact Coach Greeness with any questions.


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Art Rocks

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Communication

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Communication is for Life

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peech and language disorders can affect anyone

at any age. Millions of infants, children, and adults in America suffer from a communication or swallowing disorder. Whether it’s a difficulty in swallowing or a disorder such as stuttering, delayed language, or a voice problem, a person’s ability to learn and interact with others can be affected. If you suspect you or a loved one may be experiencing a communication or swallowing disorder, consult a speech-language pathologist.

Patricia L. Brown, Speech Pathologist, Lackland ISD—210-357-5177

Students in Mrs. Moulder’s SFA class made terrific dioramas for their book club. Great Job!!!


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Groovy Stuff

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Girl Scouts Information Meeting!!!! Have you ever dreamed of your daughter being a Girl Scout? Has your daughter asked you to be in Girl Scouts? Well now you can! We are looking for new girls from ages 5 to 18. This will be our second year at Lackland, and we want to expand our troops. If you would like to learn more or have questions about who we are, please come join us at our Membership drive this month. We will have crafts, face painting, and we will be sampling our delicious Girl Scout cookies. Date and Time: May 18, from 6-7pm Location: Lackland Elementary School in the Cafeteria. “COME SEE WHAT GIRLS SCOUTS IS ALL ABOUT!!!!!”

Elementary Yearbooks have arrived! They are $25 in the elementary front office.

Your child must have a yearbook in hand to attend the signing party on May 29th. Quick…they are selling fast!


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Ultimate Summer Camp

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“The Ultimate Summer Camp Experience!” Camp Mickey D’s Camp will be held June 10th – 14th, 2013 8:00 AM until 12:00 PM each day THERE IS NO COST TO ATTEND! Students must be Sophomores or Juniors to Participate Applications are accepted on a first come first serve basis. Space is limited by restaurant size and the number of locations available. Application deadline is May 17, 2013 Camp Mickey D’s provides students with a unique experience that connects what students learn in school to skills in the workforce. Students will be learning skills that will help them at home, in school and life. This experience will give students an understanding of what is expected of employees in the world of work. Their career readiness will be above that of other young people entering their first job. This program is a partnership with the Career & Technical Education Department In various San Antonio School Districts, and the Greater San Antonio McDonald’s Owner/Operators Association. Please complete this application and return it to Emily Duron at Stacey Junior Senior High, email to duron.e@lacklandsid.net, Or Fax to (210) 357-5109. Camp slots are limited and are accepted on a first come first serve basis. If you have any questions, please contact Emily Duron at 210-357-5115. STUDENT PERSONAL DATA: (Please Print) Name ________________________________________________ Address _______________________________________________ Telephone # _________________ Zip ____________________ Date of Birth __________________ Please provide any additional information about the student that the teacher may need to know during the student’s participation at camp (Example: allergies, required accommodations, etc): ____________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ T-Shirt Size: (circle one) S M L XL XXL XXXL (*T-shirt sizes are adult, unisex sizes) PARENT INFORMATION: (Please Print) Parent/Guardian Name ____________________________________________Main Phone # _______________________ Address _______________________________________ Zip ________________Work Phone ____________________ E-Mail Contact Information __________________________________________ Additional Emergency Contact Name and Number: _______________________________________________________ ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT All activities will be facilitated by a certified Lackland ISD teacher. Students will be expected to adhere to District policies at all times during this camp. LISD reserves the right to remove a student from the camp for any violation of district policy or if there is safety concerns for the student or others. Your signature below gives permission for your student to participate in the Camp Mickey D’s activities and your permission to film/interview/photograph your student to be used by McDonalds and LISD for media and advertising purposes. Parent/Guardian Signature ___________________________

Date: __________________

The Lackland Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age or disability.


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Stacey FCCLA

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Random Shots

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