Class of 1967 (50th) Reunion

 

WHO:
Class of 1967

WHAT:
COST:$ 75.00
DUE BY: 06/19/2017
PAYMENT: Checks & money orders
OTHER INFO:Send check or money order made out to: 1967 Stagg Class Reunion c/o Carol Clemons 3148 W. Monterey Stockton, CA 95204. Late Reservations or Paying at the Door $90

WHERE:
Italian Athletic Club
3541 Cherryland Avenue
Stockton, CA 95215
USA

WHEN:
July 15, 2017 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

WHY:
50th Class Reunion

HOW:
Contact: Gilberta Lazzari ()

CLASS OF 75 “60TH BIRTHDAY PARTY” REUNION

WHO:
Class of 1975

WHAT:
Get Together Reunion / Cost:$30 in Advance, $40 after June 15th, NO TICKETS AT THE DOOR. DJ Mike Caccam, playing 70s music. Food Trucks, Wine, Beer, & Soft Drinks.

WHERE:
Van Ruiten Family Winery
340 W Hwy 12
Lodi, CA 95242
USA

WHEN:
July 1, 2017 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

WHY:
60th Birthday Party

HOW:
Contact: Bev Orton Ries (aastagghigh1975@gmail.com)

SUSD Public High School Survey

All Amos Alonzo Stagg High Alumni, over 23 years of age, are invited to participate in a survey of graduates of Stockton’s public high schools (SUSD). Chavez Principal Will Nelson is studying educational outcomes as part of his doctoral dissertation, and needs to find as many participants as possible. Your participation will allow him to analyze the effectiveness of SUSD’s educational programs for Stockton’s students. The survey monkey form will require about 10 minutes to complete.

Go online to https://surveymonkey.com/r/BCPGGMQ

Thank you for your time and support,

Amos Alonzo Stagg Alumni Association

Stephen “Steve” Moore, R.I.P.

Stagg alumni will want to note the passing in November, 2016 of Steve Moore, who taught art and ESL (English as a Second Language) for 25 years at Stagg. He was twice honored as Stockton Teacher of the Year, and by all accounts was revered by his students. As an artist, his work was exhibited internationally. The Alumni Association has recently worked with his executor to return to Stagg materials and instruments which he saved from being destroyed or discarded. He had a large heart, and a lot of room in that heart for Stagg and her students. – Stewart Jacoby, AAStaggAA President.

Stephen (Steve) Moore

June 13, 1945 – Nov. 4, 2016

A gentle, kind, and soft-spoken man, Steve had been born, raised, and lived most of his life in Stockton, where he touched many young lives teaching at Stagg Senior High School for 25 years.

Atler earning a BA and MA’s at UC Davis and Berkeley, Steve taught art, but many never knew he was an accomplished artist himself. His work was shown in Tokyo and Manhattan. He could have become a university professor, but instead Steve devoted his life to teaching younger students, using art and filmmaking as a way to help his students discover their own creativity and use their imaginations. This was his mission, and his challenge. For most of his students, english was a second language. They had strong ties, so Steve visited their homes, talked with their parents, and learned how they lived. He became a recognizable regular at their community events, eating their food and making new friends. He helped find jobs for his students, at times creating the job. Every summer he volunteered his time, studio, and equipment to run a movie making camp, funded by grants he had written.

Steve fulfilled his mission and proved the power of one, changing many lives and opening young minds to create. His students believed in themselves and their ideas, and they believed in a teacher who believed in them. Steve was voted Stockton Teacher of the Year twice, but for him, the greatest award was watching his students graduate and possibly continue on to college.

Stephen was preceded in death by his father, Aubrey D. Moore, and mother, Darlene Moore. He left behind his brother, Aubrey D. Moore, Jr., older sister Carolyn Moore de Ortiz, and younger sister Pamela Moore Watson. He was well loved and will always be missed. A service for Steve will be held privately at his request.

Published in The Record on Nov. 30, 2016

– See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/recordnet/obituary.aspx?pid=182834617#sthash.KVc98XSJ.dpuf

AASTAGGAA August 2016 Appeal for Donations

To all Stagg Alumni—As the current generation of Stagg students completes their first week of the 2016-2017 school year, we want to extend to you the opportunity to be part of their lives.
The A.A. Stagg High School Alumni Association collects donations from alumni and distributes funds to faculty and staff support quality education programs at Stagg. This email is our annual appeal for contributions; please write a check or go online to support our work.

We have been fortunate to have received strong support from a number of alumni, particularly in the class of 1965. In addition to these individual gifts, we want to acknowledge substantial gifts from the class of 1965 and Chase Chevrolet. Contributions have grown each year since 2010, but we can do more. Our ability to fund exceptional educational opportunities at Stagg is measured by your generosity.

If you have given in the past, please continue. If you have not, please join our effort.

Want news of Stagg? We sent out a review of the 2015-6 school year three weeks ago. Contact staggalumni@gmail.com if you didn’t get it.

Thank you very much for your support. We are making a difference in the lives of today’s Stagg students.

Stewart Jacoby ’65, President
A.A. Stagg High School Alumni Association

Thanks to our Alumni Board members for their service: Linda Driver ‘65, Vice President; Martha Hawley ’71, Secretary; Charles Tillery 1993, Treasurer; Judy Foster ’65; Janwyn Funamura ’67; Rita Jacoby ’66; Pam Curtin ’71; Josephine Swenson ‘77

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Contributions may be made by mail to PO Box 77814 Stockton CA 95267
(checks payable to A.A. Stagg Alumni Association)

or by PayPal at: http://www.aastaggaa.com/donate/

The Stagg High School Alumni Association is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
Tax number 46-5333829
Questions? Contact Stewart Jacoby at staggalumni@gmail.com

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Plan to join us for the 4th annual Alumni Tailgate Party at the football stadium on campus, Friday, September 16, when the Varsity and J.V. teams play Lodi. We start at 5:30. This event is sponsored by Chase Chevrolet. Come for the food and connections, stay for the games. No charge for Tailgate, but there is a charge by the Stagg athletic department to enter the stadium.
Join us as well for the Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association membership: Stagg library, 10:00 a.m. Saturday, November 5, 2016.
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Stagg High School Alumni Association year-end report to Alumni 2016

In a few weeks, the Stagg High School Alumni Association will contact you to ask that you join our efforts to enrich the educational experience for this generation of Delta Kings. Please leave room in your August budget for a contribution to the Alumni Association.

Alumni Association Grants in 2015-2016:
The Alumni Association provided the following grants on campus in 2016:
MESA (engineering) $500 Arduino computers for prosthetic arm program
Yearbook $1200 convention costs (18 students)
Stagg Line $750 convention costs (partial hotel costs for 8)
French Club $850 bus costs—Monterrey Language Institute trip
Gay Straight alliance $200 lunches for Harvey Milk museum visit (SF)
Music department $1000 music festival (see description below)
TOTAL: $4500

The Alumni Association is working with Stagg’s teachers and staff to expand the number and reach of programs which can use our resources to enrich the educational opportunities at Stagg.

Plan to join us for the 4th annual Alumni Tailgate Party at the football stadium on campus, Friday, September 16, when the Varsity and J.V. teams play Lodi. This event is sponsored by Chase Chevrolet. Come for the food and connections, stay for the game. Football admission is charged at the gate.

Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association’s membership: Stagg library, 10:00 a.m. Saturday, November 5, 2016.

The Alumni Association Board meets monthly eleven times a year. You are welcome to attend—contact President Stewart Jacoby at staggalumni@gmail.com. Ask about joining the Board and becoming more involved.

The Alumni Board is careful with your contributions; virtually every cent given goes to campus programs. Board members often fund operating costs out of their own pockets. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization; your contributions are tax deductible.

Stewart Jacoby, Association President

Alumni Association Board: Stewart Jacoby, Linda Driver, Charles Tillery, Rita Jacoby, Martha Hawley, Janwyn Funamura, Josephine Swenson, Judy Foster, Pam Curtin.

What follows is an end of year report on the Association’s work, and a snapshot of the accomplishments of Stagg students over the past year, to reconnect you to the life of our school. Stagg’s students deserve your support.

Stagg’s 2016 graduating class:

Stagg graduated 273 seniors on May 31—a 90% graduation rate. Of these, 110 were “UC Ready”, having completed all heightened requirements for acceptance to a UC or CSU program. Eighty were accepted to CSU/UC campuses; 150 have registered for fall classes at Delta College, most in the college prep track; 10 students have signed up for military service. Stagg graduates will be matriculating at Stanford University, UOP, UCLA, Cal Berkeley, Davis and other campuses. Scholarship offers to this year’s graduates totaled nearly $290,000.

Two of six scholarships awarded by the California Retired Teachers Association in San Joaquin County to “aspiring teachers” went to Stagg students. One student has been named to UOP’s Community Involvement Program (CIP), which provides full scholarship support for four years.
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John Linley McCarthy, R.I.P.

From STOCKTON RECORD

John Linley McCarthy

John Linley McCarthy

John Linley McCarthy
1920 – 2015

John Linley McCarthy was born at home in Oakland, CA on September 22, 1920 to John Nicholas McCarthy and Edith Linley Jones McCarthy. He was a third generation Californian, his family coming from Ireland and Wales. John had four children, Kathleen, Maureen, Janet and Paul, and two step children, Michael and Elizabeth Ann. John had three sisters, Barbara, Pat, and Alice who predeceased him many years ago.

He entered the University of California, Berkeley majoring in music and minoring in mathematics and speech graduating Phi Beta Kappa in music in 1943. He received his Master’s Degree from the University of the Pacific in counseling and psychology. He loved marching in the Cal band for five years playing his flute and piccolo. He was in the 40th Division California National Guard From 1937-1941 where he served as a medic. In 1935 at the age of 15 John became a professional musician playing church organ earning $1 a week. He gave his earnings to his parents. He was a Life Member of the Stockton Musicians’ Association. John moved to Stockton in 1947 to teach. He was the choral music teacher at Stagg High School where he had 120 students in the general choir, 60 in the advanced choir and 40 in the A Cappella Choir. John played organ for 75 years until he lost his sight in 2010.

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