Stars Science Olympiad Team won 1st Place at Science Olympiad Regional competition that was held at Florida Gateway College on Saturday, January 31st. There were 21 events and we received 10 first place medals, 3 second place medals and 1 third place medal. Our team worked very hard to get prepared for this competition. Now, the team will begin to prepare for the State Competition on March 21st which will be held at UCF. We would like to thank the teachers and parent volunteers who are part of this success as well. Here are all results and pictures
It is with great pleasure to announce that Immediately following the end of the 2014-2015 school year, Stars Middle School will be taking on a new name which will be: Tallahassee School of Math and Science and will at that time become a KG-8 school.
Along with a new name, the school will be moving to a new location at 3434 North Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL 32303. This is in a prime NW Tallahassee area and is perfect for our students and families moving forward with our vision for the school in the future. www.schoolofmathandscience.org
It was just about a year that Student Advantage announced , a benefit that allows eligible students to get Office 365 from their school for free. One drawback to Student Advantage—the onus has been on the school to initiate the service, create an account and order the Office 365 license on behalf of the student.
If you’re a student 13 years-old of age or older, here’s what you can do the check your eligibility and get Office for free:
All month long, students have been learning about Hispanic Heritage and on 10/16/14 they get to experience it! Starting off the day, our Spanish 1 class got to meet Mr. Perfect, Roberto Aguayo. Aguayo is the kicker for The Florida State Noles. He has only missed 1 field goal in his whole career! Student’s got to ask him questions about his work ethic, school, personal life, and of course football. In addition,