A.A. Stagg Alumni Association re: the annual meeting
1.) Annual Meeting of the membership of the A.A. Stagg High School Alumni Association
this Saturday, November 4, 2017 at 10:00 a.m., in the former Library building on the Stagg campus
Agenda: << A report on the past year and expectations for the coming year.
<< Financial Report.
<< Election of Board members please contact me if you are interested in serving.
The Board encourages you to attend. The meeting will last one hour.
2.) If you have not already done so, please contribute in support of campus programs. The Board has already approved grants totally $3450, and expects to receive further requests for funding. We hope that contributions from our Alumni membership will allow us to fund all appropriate programs. Thus far, contributions total roughly $4,500. We would like to have more, in order to do more. Roughly 95% of contributions go to campus; the rest is used to pay internet and postal expenses. Please give.
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
3.) Those of you who follow Stagg’s athletic fortunes will be glad to know that a win this Friday will give the Delta Kings an undefeated season in conference, and the third championship in the past four years.
Questions? Contact Alumni Association President Stewart Jacoby, ‘65 at email@example.com
Alumni Board members: President Stewart Jacoby '65,Vice President/Treasurer Linda Driver ‘65, Secretary Martha Hawley ’71, Judy Foster ’65, Pam Curtin, Rita Jacoby ’66, Don Smiley ’66. Thanks for your hard work, time and talents.
See you Saturday!Carol Sims shared a link to the group: AASTAGGAA.03.11.2017 at 10:01 amLike
Feel free to message it to me or post a reply with the information. It is for alumni information on the website. Thank you, Amos Alonzo Stagg Alumni Association.
REUNIONS KNOWN links have been added in the Comments.17.01.2017 at 10:10 pmLike
SATURDAY, SEPT 23rd
Stagg Class of '77
Hilton Hotel off of March Lane
Check out our Facebook Page - lots of great pictures already
**** Do you like to bake? We are looking for a few more people to bake a DESSERT (just 1 batch) for our REUNION. No pressure to do so. If you love to bake, contact Josephine (via this email page). Disregard if you already contacted me a couple months ago.
Questions??? Contact Reunion Coordinator Martha Cashore Carey on Facebook.
DON'T FORGET - send us contact info for any of our classmates (due to busing - we opened it to anyone who attended Stagg at least one year, even if you graduated in '77 at another school).Muerte Black shared Josephine Nieva Swenson's post to the group: AASTAGGAA.04.04.2017 at 06:13 pmLike
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
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