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Lafayette School District

David Schrag, Principal

Betsy Balmat, Asst. Principal

Brian Mangold, Asst. Principal


3455 School Street
Lafayette, CA 94549
tel: (925) 927-3530
fax: (925) 283-1797

Attendance Hotline
(925) 927-3548

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Green Corner

Click HERE to visit our Green Phoenix web page.

Technology Corner


All Stanley students are learning about Digital Citizenship. We use lessons and discussion prompts from
Common Sense Media's K-12 Curriculum. CSM is also a great resource for families navigating our media-rich world.


Mandarin Podcasts
Susan Olson is using podcasts to help students with their Mandarin pronounciation! Check out the attached files in her locker!

Pencasts at Stanley
Several Stanley teachers are piloting the use of the Livescribe Echo Smartpen, a cool device that tracks audio as it writes. While we are still exploring the many ways this technology can be utilized, click HERE and HERE to see examples of how two of our Math teachers are using it.

Welcome to Stanley!

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Red Ribbon Week at Stanley




October 27th to 31th

Fun Activities! Healthy Choices! Join the Fun!

MONDAY (Character Counts Pillar: Fairness):

Music at Noon!! Join us as our DJ spins some favorite tunes! Leadership

students will come to 5th period classes to hand out entry forms for

Tuesday’s activity.

TUESDAY (Character Counts Pillar: Trustworthiness):

Turn in a description of what character means to you! Turn in your

description of a pillar of character and enter a raffle to win a gift card! Fill

out an entry form and turn it into the Leadership table at lunch. Entries

will be posted on colorful Character Counts pillars that will be displayed in

the hallway outside of the office. Describe what good character looks like

to you!

WEDNESDAY (Character Counts Pillar: Citizenship):

Be a good citizen of Stanley and Mother Earth! Compost and recycle

your waste at lunch, and earn prizes by explaining how “Separating and

Sorting” your waste exemplifies good character.

THURSDAY (Character Counts Pillar: Caring):

Commit to Good Choices and Good Character! Sign the pillars of

character and show your commitment to making healthy choices and

showing good character! Earn Fun Friday points for your 5th period class

by signing the pillars of character at lunchtime. The pillars will be on

display so everyone can see that Stanley Wildcats have great character!

FRIDAY (Character Counts Pillars: Respect and Responsibility):

Green and Gold Day!!! Dress in green and gold to earn Fun Friday points

for your 5th period class. Winners of the poster contest, and character

description raffle, and the character commitments will be announced.



Homework Help

Starting Monday, October 6th, 2014, there will be grade-level specific Homework Help rooms open Monday-Thursday from 3:00-4:00. Students attending Homework Help will have a place to complete homework and get academic assistance from a grade level teacher in Core/English, History & Science. Open to all on a drop-in basis!


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School Loop App

Did you know there is an app for that?  School Loop has a free app which allows for easy access to your account on most smart phones and tablets.  Check it out in the iTunes Store under School Loop!

Stanley Binder Hospital


Is your child’s Backpack or Binder unorganized? Has your child forgotten to turn in completed homework? We at Binder Hospital can help your child to get organized. 


Have you registered for a SchoolLoop account?

Most returning 7th and 8th graders and their parents already have accounts and can simply log in using the same username and password as last year.

For students new to Stanley, creating an account is simple. Click on the "Register Now" button on the left side of this screen. You will be asked for some important information. Parents will go through a similar process and need the same basic information as students. Much of the information requested is obvious, but you are required to know the student's ID number. You can find this on the schedule that was distributed on the first day of school. It is the number listed as "Perm ID#."  It is common to mistake this number for the "Student #" - but use the "Perm ID#"!!!

We also recommend that students have and use their own email accounts when they set up their School Loop account. This is because many teachers use SchoolLoop to create and monitor online classroom discussions, a feature that is only open to students enrolled in their classes.

Once you have an account, we encourage you to browse around the features, see what's happening in your (or your child's) classrooms and get comfortable navigating around the various options available on your "Portal."

We look forward to a great year! Stay in the Loop!