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Lafayette School District

Betsy Balmat, Principal

Brian Mangold, Asst. Principal

Barry LaBass, 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 Team web page.

Interested in a Lunchtime Club?

Go to the "Student Programs" tab and select "Clubs" from the drop-down menu to see all of our second trimester offerings. 

Technology Corner

 

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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.


 

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Visit our Character Counts Page for Character Counts Programs

Our One Book One School Selection

Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson


 

Read Along with Stanley!

 

Calendar of Reading Linked Here

What's Coming Up...


  • Every Wednesday Morning - 8:00 am - Stanley Morning Cafe 
  • May 17 - International Concert 6PM
  • May 17 - Stanley Open House 7PM

We Have the Winners!

 

Every year, Friends of the Lafayette Library & Learning Center and the Friends Corner Book Shop sponsor a contest to create a bookmark of "a special book that you enjoyed".  We have a winner from each grade at Stanley and a special  Hall of Fame winner!

Congratulations to our four Stanley winners:

 

Zarah Thomas for 6th grade

Chloe Quintella for 7th grade

Katrina Ortman for 8th grade

 

Hall of Fame:

Sofia Bartos (7th grade)

 

Their prize-winning bookmarks will be available in our library soon!

And More Winners!

The goal of the 2018 Rube Goldberg Machine Contest was to pour a bowl of cereal in 12 creative steps.

The top 3 groups for outstanding engineering were:

Group 4

Shrida Pandey

Namratha Kasalanati

Group 8

Mattie Ceridono

Saylen Cardoni

Ryan Mc Cormmick

James Cortez

Group 9

Liam McCoin

Holden Anderson

Chase Hemmenway

Grady Conrad

Beck Murphy

 

Judges Choice-to the team whose machine showed a lot of hard work and ingenious energy transfers:

Hayden Abolins

Kenny Hilton

Josh Edmon

Jack Matson

 

Congratulations Stanley winners!

Bell Schedule 2017-2018

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Why We Are Here

Stanley Middle School is a place where your children will be inspired, challenged, and supported.  Teachers make this happen academically but also know that not only are they experts in their academic field but every one of them is a middle school teacher first.  Adolescence is a special age and it takes a special kind of person to support this age.  Stanley Middle School teachers understand who middle schoolers are, what they need, and are up to the challenge of being a guide for them.   

In their words, this is why we are here…

 

New to Stanley Middle School?

For useful information to get your year started please Click Here.

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!

2016-2017 SARC (Published 2018)

Click here for Stanley's 2016-2017 School Accountability Report Card

Backpack Hospital

GOT ORGANIZATION????

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. 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Learn Your Way Around!

Homework & Math Help

Lunch and after-school support at Stanley Middle School

This is a drop‐in program, but we will ask students to sign‐in and sign-out upon departure. If a student finishes before the end of the hour, they are permitted to sign-out. Students are asked to use the restroom and have a snack before entering the Homework Help room.  Please encourage your students to take advantage of this valuable opportunity!

 

6th Grade Homework Help: 3-4 PM

- Monday - Room 808 (Geritz)

- Tuesday - Room 808 (Geritz)

- Thursday- Room 807 (Valvur)

 

7th/8th Grade Homework Help: 3-4 PM

- Monday - Room 812 (Hanzel)

- Tuesday* - Room 404 (McGough)

- Wednesday- Room 811 (Young)

*Tuesday is Focus on Writing Support

2017-2018  Math Help: During Lunch

- Monday - Room 304 (Howard)

- Tuesday - Room 305 (Godfrey)

- Wednesday- Room 208 (Mara)

- Thursday- Room 302 (Wright)

- Friday- Room 306 (Huntoon)

 

Math Help: 3-4 PM

- Tuesday - Room 305 (Godfrey & McGlothlen)

- Wednesday- Room 208 (Mara & Swerling)

- Thursday- Room 209 (Ratto)

Printable Schedules:

Homework Help

Math Help Schedule