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•   David Butler (Butler) (1979)  3/27
•   Umaar Ehsan (2007)  3/17
•   Jacqueline Hermann (Jones) (1964)  3/13
•   Ramendra Alvarado Arteaga (2013)  3/13
•   Malika Moumni (2008)  3/12
•   Wendy Medrano Hernandez (2014)  3/10
•   Karen Brinson (Hatton) (1963)  3/7
•   Michael Kearney (1996)  3/5
•   Scott Burton (1974)  3/4
•   Joyce Peeks (Watkins) (1966)  3/2
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JEB Stuart Alumni Association
web site!

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Class of '85 30th Reunion is On!

Dates and venue are still TBT... BUT:

Like the 20th Anniversary, the plan (so far) is to attend the homecoming game, and socialize afterward at a local establishment. The formal reunion will be on Saturday evening at a local venue still to be determined. Anyone else who would like to help with the planning is welcome!!

Contact Andy Hoeffler via message here.

CLASS OF '75 REUNION PLANNED

WEEKEND OF JULY 17TH, 2015

Save the weekend of July 17 2015 for our 40th class reunion celebration.  We will have an informal happy hour on Friday evening, 7/17 at BJ’s Restaurant, a private buffet dinner on Saturday evening 7/18 at the Tysons Corner Marriott and wrap-up the weekend with a Barcroft Beach party on Sunday afternoon.  Ticket prices for the private buffet dinner will be $75.00 per person and a block of guest rooms at the Marriott (walking distance to BJ’s Restaurant) will be available at $75.00 per night.  **All private buffet dinner reservations must be received by July 1, 2015.  For more information please contact Lynn at LynnKorinkHall@aol.com and spread the word!

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http://www.runwashington.com/2015/03/04/matthew-hua-cant-slow-down/

Freshman Stuart student "Matthew Hua can't slow down"  -

check out the article from Run Washington - really amazing!  Proud that he's a Stuart Raider!

Laura Anne Bellochi - Class of '78

Just competed in the Westminster Dog Show and her dog won her class and obtained her championship at this prestigious show. Congrats! Awesome!

JULIANNE MOORE -

ACADEMY AWARD WINNER & JEB STUART ALUMNUS!

Northern Virginia Patch article

http://patch.com/virginia/arlington-va/arts-entertainment

PHYLLIS DAVENPORT

ENGLISH TEACHER AND FORENSICS COACH

I taught at JEB Stuart from 1967 to the late 70's. I am retired in Williamsburg, VA. My book about diagramming sentences, REX BARKS, has a publisher and sells mostly to home schoolers. My volunteer work includes tutoring in our jail's GED program. I have happy memories of my students at JEB Stuart.

A NEW FEATURE FOR US -

TEACHER PROFILES

wIill give us an update on what they've been up to since their Stuart days. 

Also memories (good and bad!) from their Stuart days. 

Are you in contact with a teacher we can profile next?  Let us know...

COMING SOON - MR. DEEB KITCHEN AS INTERVIEWED BY HAROLD MINTZ('76)


Stuart High School Students Use Traditional

Karate to Help With Conflict Resolution

http://commweb.fcps.edu/newsreleases/newsrelease.cfm?newsid=2697

COMING SOON -

OUR OWN FACEBOOK PAGE! 

WATCH FOR THE ANNOUNCMENT

AND SPREAD THE WORD!

1968 JEB Stuart year book, free

I have no idea why but I have a  "The Sabers '68"

Call me  @703-942-7269 or e-mail me if you are interested

POSTED ON LAKE LINK BY LILLIAN CRAIN

                               NEWS FROM STUART PTSA...

SHS Resolution on Willston Site

Mason District Council has asked locals PTA’s for support regarding school over-crowding issues.
Mason District School Board Representative Sandy Evans together with the Fairfax County School Board and MDC have been seeking the return of the former Willston School site for several years.  Recently, Superintendent Dr. Karen Garza sent a formal written request to Ed Long, Fairfax County Executive and the Board of Supervisors requesting that this site be used as a school once again.
The PTSA elected board has reviewed the resolution provided by MDC and is asking for the Stuart PTSA membership to review the resolution specific to J.E.B. Stuart High School. We will discuss this resolution at the January 28 PTSA meeting and vote either for or against accepting the resolved items listed on page 2 of the SHS Resolution Document located in this post. Please review this document prior to the meeting on January 28 at 7 pm at Stuart High School.

SHSresolution2014-15.pdf
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The Mason District Council Board of Directors has a petition addressed to the Board of Supervisors to request they relinquish the Willston School site to FCPS. This petition can be accessed directly at: https://www.change.org/p/pat-herrity-put-the-children-first-return-the-former-willston-school-site-to-the-fairfax-county-school-board

Background information on this issue is available in the Annandale Blog posting from January 12. http://annandaleva.blogspot.com/2015/01/community-leaders-want-school-on.html

FOR MORE DETAILED INFO GO TO THE PTSA WEB SITE (http://www.stuartptsa.org/ )

ARTICLE IN THE WASHINGTON POST FROM 2/9/2015...

Below is a link to the Washington Post article about Stuart High School and the proposal for the Fairfax Leadership Academy.  The article was written by Jay Mathews who wrote about Stuart last Spring.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/why-is-fairfax-county-afraid-of-a-little-charter-school/2015/02/08/ce46801c-ae2d-11e4-ad71-7b9eba0f87d6_story.html

Fun pre-game party at Pub House...and after game!

GREAT HOMECOMING FOR ALUMNI

  We packed them in the Public House #7 (owned by parent of Stuart freshman!) Love our spirited and flexible thinking alumni - despite a quick change of venue we had a well attended pre game party. Classes '79 and '84 were included in the Half Time float parade. After game crowd again at Public House with the night ending in some Karokee singing by our own Bruce Cohen (and others not identified!)...more pics to come.

 

 

 

JEB Stuart Homecoming 2014 video featuring members of the Class of '79 and others alumni.
Highlights include:  the Homecoming float construction supervised by Bruce Cohen, afternoon school neighborhood parade with Caroline Doub Kelly bribing police officers, half time floats with '79ers dancing to the Who's Magic Bus,  pre and post game antics at nearby watering holes featuring Karaoke and alumni "interviews," and Saturday's 35th reunion party!Thanks to Kevin Tindell Productions for donating the video filming and editing. Click on below link for video...enjoy!

LET'S GROW THIS ORGANIZATION! 

Now's a great time to reach out to a former classmate who has not yet registered on our website and invite them to join.  It's free and it's run by us (Stuart Alumni not an outside firm!)

To invite them to join either send them our website address www.jebstuartalumni.com or on the web site Home Page there is a box titled Missing Classmates.  Enter any classmate's email address in there and they will be sent an invitation to join.

Thanks - let's make this young, but awesome association into a mighty mighty Raider nation!

 

Arlington Magazine / July-August 2014 / Extraordinary Teen Awards 2014 -

Lina Maria Lenis Gonzalez
J.E.B. Stuart High School

School counselor Virginia Justis remembers being caught by surprise when Lina Maria Lenis Gonzalez, then a sophomore, stopped by the office to introduce herself and spell out her personal goals. “She completely took the initiative,” Justis says. “[She] is a mover and a shaker…who lives by the motto of leaving a place better than you found it.”

Last year, Gonzalez completed a 14-week internship program at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum—an experience that deepened her perspective on issues in her school and community. “In my school, in every school, there is bullying,” the 17-year-old observes. “So I try to raise awareness about bullying and any type of oppression that can lead to problems in society.”

Through her school’s Key Club, a service program she helped establish in 2012, Gonzalez has organized activities ranging from soup kitchen visits to shoe drives that support poor families in Honduras. She served as junior class treasurer, plays for the varsity field hockey team, volunteers as a Spanish tutor, and holds a seat on the Fairfax County Public Schools Student Advisory Council. She also devotes time to the Leadership Council for the school board’s College Partnership Program, which helps minority and first-generation students of immigrant families get into college. (She moved to the U.S. from Colombia at age 5 with her parents, Hector Lenis and Liliana Gonzalez.)

Now a rising senior, Gonzalez plans to study political science in college, attend law school, work as a lawyer and ultimately run for governor. “I would like to get that education to make sure that if one day I have the opportunity to make laws, they can be effective and efficient to truly make a change in the community,” says the teen.

In the meantime, the straight-A student is on a path to earn an International Baccalaureate Diploma. She credits her mom as the inspiration behind her work ethic. “She is the hardest-working person I have ever met,” Gonzalez says. “[She] inspires me to make positive changes so other students will grow up and succeed, and won’t have to work as hard as my mother [does] to support their families.”  

—Lindsey Brookbank (photo by Erick Gibson)

Give back to Stuart through the

JEB STUART EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation has been helping our students reach their goal of attending college. Often our students are the first in their family to have this ability. All alumni are invited to GIVE BACK to our school through this worthy organization.
Click on link on left side or go to www.stuartfund.org to find out more info and to donate. 

PLEASE GIVE GENEROUSLY - OUR STUDENTS DESERVE IT! (and need it!)

LOOKING FOR SOMEONE?

We have received many emails recently in which people are trying to locate former classmates.  Instead of posting them as announcements on this Home Page we have created a User Forum titled ISO.  Click on the User Forums tab on left side of this page and follow the directions to post questions, answer questions, etc.  Thanks everyone!

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Also available at the home football games.  

 

The mission of the JEB Stuart Alumni Association is to be a means for communication through newsletters, social media and gatherings to benefit JEB Stuart High School alumni, teachers, administrators and their families. By providing current information about class reunions, alumni activities, important school announcements, and scholarship assistance, we will continually strive to build up the JEB Stuart community spirit. Our goal is for the Association to give back the morale, spirit and connections we were once afforded by this outstanding high school for years to come.