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TOS Review: Creating a Masterpiece

Art education is one of those areas I struggle with. I am one of those non-artistic people. I tried to do one of those “paint nights” with my girlfriends and my painting was terrible!! 561 more words

Review

Annual Electives Fair held

By Jessa Glassman ’20

The purpose of the fair was to expose the students to all the possible electives students can take at the middle school. 253 more words

Volume 24

How Elected Are Electives?

When our children were little, we had the freedom to flit between interests at will. One month might find us learning ballet, another we would be watercoloring. 462 more words

Homeschool

The Field Trip of Dreams

Justin Pham and Delaney Powell

Advanced art students are going to take a field trip to the American Museum of Ceramic Arts (AMOCA) and the Millard Sheets Art Center, at the Fairplex in Pomona on March 14.  179 more words

Stacey School News

Stacey's Melodious Band Concert!

Elaine Tong

Stacey Middle School presented “Music for the Sake of Music,” led by Mr. Jordan Woodruff on Wednesday, February 23. Our band performed pieces in the multipurpose room featuring the Intermediate Guitar Ensemble, Advanced Guitar Ensemble, Beginning Band, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Extreme Winds, and Performance Ensembles. 254 more words

Stacey School News

Mr. Smith's New Music Electives

Written by Emma Iovene |
Photos by Emma Iovene |

Morgan has relatively new options for music lovers in course selections, all taught by band teacher Raymond Smith. 514 more words

Our Morgan

The FOOD we WASTE - A Project in Sustainable Food Solutions

Students in the course Food Systems were given a project this semester – create an awareness graphic about facts and solutions around food waste. A total of 15 infographics were created and put to a vote by the student body, and the winner was Alyssa Barret’s graphic ‘The FOOD we WASTE’. 627 more words

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