Monday, Jan. 23, 2017 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Students’ Corner

 

Kazi Alasfor shared with us this quote about war and peace:

“A deceitful peace is more harmful than open war!”

In the sense that it doesn’t end the war but just postpones it!

Red Out Day: Feb. 13 – Feb. 15

 

The girl’s physical education classes are having a “Red Out” day and playing “Survivor Ball” in their physical education classes, February 13th, 14th and 15th in order to raise money and awareness for heart disease. If you would like to donate to the American Heart Association, we have t-shirts for sale $10. Orders must be in by Thursday, January 26. Thanks – Ms. Layson

Valentine’s Day Candy Gram Sale: Feb. 6 – Feb. 13

Valentine’s Day is coming and love is in the air!  Cupid has his quiver loaded with arrows, pink and red hearts adorn our walls, and Stout Track is having their annual Valentine’s Day Candy Gram fundraiser!  

From Monday, February 6th through Monday, February 13th, there will be a table set up during lunch where you can buy candy grams to send to anyone in the school for only 50 cents each! Send them to your crush, your friends, or even your favorite teacher!

For 50 cents, you’ll be sending a message and a heart-shaped sucker to anyone of your choosing! 

Make sure you know the AA teacher of the person you want to send your candy gram to! Delivery will take place on Valentine’s Day, Tuesday, February 14th, during AA. Coaches Crechiolo & Hool

Friday, Jan. 20, 2017 Stout Daily Bulletin

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Students’ Corner

Ahood Said shared with this quote about success:

“Every successful person has a painful story. Accept the pain and get ready for success!”

Yes, many times, the road to glory is paved with thorns and difficulties.

Girls Swim Team Takes 4th Spot in District

 

On Wednesday Jan. 18, 2017, Stout Girls Swim Team took the 4th spot in the district. They missed on the 3rd spot, which went to Woodworth, by just 1 point. Many of our girls beat their own personal time and showed encouraging progress. Way to go girls!

Two Stout Students Top the District’s National PTA Reflections Competition


1st Place
Rena Arabi

We are proud to announce that two of our students were placed in the 2 top spots for the district in the National PTA Reflections competition for visual arts! As you remember the theme was WHAT IS YOUR STORY.

Both Rena Arabi and Logan Sosnowski worked incredibly hard on their pieces. They came up with their own idea, composition, medium, and executed the final product on their own time! This is an amazing accomplishment and we are so proud of them. Thanks – Ms. Cardoza

2nd Place

Logan Sosnowski

 

Supporting Public Education

On Thursday, January 19, representatives of  parents, students, staff members, and community members gathered at 9:45 am at the Administration Bldg.(Ten Eyck) to show they are united in their support for public education. Mayor John B. O’Reilly and Superintendent Dr. Glenn Maleyko were among the attendees and had some brief words explaining the significance and importance of public education to the thousands of students and families. Here are some photos of the event.

Students’ Corner Quote

Ali Jammoul shared with us how Rick Lavoie defined fairness:

“Being fair doesn’t mean giving every child the same thing; it means giving every child what he needs!”

I might add what they really need and not what they think they need!

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