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•   Mariam Rizvi (Mortenson) (1984)  10/22
•   Sonny Merchant (1984)  10/22
•   Randy McMahon (1973)  10/22
•   Mary Marlene Pearce (1966)  10/22
•   Michelle Noblejas (Bartolomei) (1984)  10/22
•   Damon Frizzell (1976)  10/22
•   Tom Negus (1979)  10/22
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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.

 

 

 

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!

 

J.E.B. STUART HIGH SCHOOL ASKS YOU TO

COMMIT TO SAFE DRIVING

Celebrate My Drive® powered by State Farm® encourages safe driving with a chance to win big

 

Falls Church, VA (October 15, 2014) —  J.E.B. Stuart High School staff and students are committed to keeping teens safe on the road. They are asking everyone 14 and older to go to www.celebratemydrive.com once a day, every day, from Oct. 15 to Oct. 24. The more safe driving commitments our community makes, the better their chance to win a $100,000 grant.

 

J.E.B. Stuart is partaking in a fundraising effort to raise money to create a turf field for the high school sports program.  If the school wins a Celebrate My Drive grant, the funds will go toward that fundraising effort.    

As part of the program, State Farm agent Donna Carter is supporting J.E.B. Stuart’s fundraising efforts and its participation in Celebrate My Drive. “Celebrate My Drive is all about keeping teens safe on the road. Let’s rally around our new drivers and support them by making our own safe driving commitments,” said Donna. 

 

The program, which emphasizes positive driving messages such as 2N2® – 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel -  is in its third year. Last year more than 6.3 million safe driving commitments were made in support of high schools across the U.S. and Canada. High schools must be registered to participate by October 7. Online safe driving commitments can be made on behalf of registered high schools Oct.15-24.

 

About Celebrate My Drive®:

Celebrate My Drive is a different approach to a leading public health risk.  Car crashes are the number one killer of teens, and a teen’s first year on the road is the most dangerous. Using research as a guide, State Farm is approaching teen driver safety, a winnable public health battle, by engaging teens while they learn to drive in a supportive and positive way.  It’s a community celebration of safe driving habits emphasizing the benefits of safe choices as teens celebrate the freedom that comes with getting a drivers’ license. Learn more about the initiative at www.celebratemydrive.com.

 

 

"THE SOUND OF MUSIC" PROPS NEEDED

Greetings Stuart Community,

Rehearsals for the fall musical, "The Sound of Music," are in full swing. We are reaching out to you all for some help with acquiring set and prop pieces that are either specialized or cost prohibitive for one time use. Below are two lists. One for set pieces--furniture and the like. The second for props. Included with both are links to photos to give you a better idea of what we're looking for.

If you have a moment, please take a look through the lists and consider whether you might have anything that we can use. If you do, please email me, Emi Eiting, as soon as possible at eeeiting@fcps.edu.

From there we can arrange pickup. All items will be returned to you following the final performance (November 22nd).

Thank you so much for your consideration and support. Hope to see you all at the show--opening November 14th!

Best Regards,

Emi Eiting, Director

SET ITEMS (Furniture etc- All pictures are included at the Pintrest link below:

http://www.pinterest.com/emieiting/sound-of-music-set-piece-needs/

1. Writing Desk- simple

2. Fabric Covered, but simple and elegant straight backed chair 3. Baroque Style Couch 4. Baroque Style Armchair 5. Two Round Baroque Style end tables 6. Accent Table 7. Fancy (looking) colorful accent Vase 8. Twin Bed (preferably brass or white frame) 9. White iron (or iron looking) Patio Set 10. Storage Trunk-- nothing too heavy, but should be very nice looking and natural wood--nothing colored.

11. Bedroom armoire-- nothing too heavy 

PROP ITEMS NEEDED

1. Crucifix; Catholic

2. Antique looking Bicycle;  https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2802/4023259765_f0fcae969a.jpg

3. Nice looking suitcase; looks old fashioned, but very nice.

4. Carpet bag; http://knotsandbaubles.typepad.com/.a/6a00d834b3761f69e2013484e11aa0970c-500wi

5. Rag doll; contemporaneous to 1939 and well-made http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/236x/cd/8f/26/cd8f264604f02dc26b95b42299ea8c22.jpg

6. Rucksacks; we need about 7, durable/expensive looking  http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Lifeandhealth/Pix/pictures/2010/7/7/1278516477505/Rucksack-from-Asos-006.jpg or http://www.nylonbagshop.com/3061/black-vintage-backpack-khaki-casuel-canvas-backpackarmy-rucksack.jpg

7. Velvet necklace box

8. Mirror; handheld, NOT plastic

9. Brandy decanter; crystal looking but nothing that is too important to you

10. Coffee service & tray; silver

11. Flashlights (2); maglite style, silver http://www.maglite.com/images/2DLED-main.jpg


Two Stuart High School Students Named

2015 National Merit Semifinalists

 

Two Stuart High School (SHS) seniors, Theodore Lebryk and Adam Thomas, have been named semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) for 2015.

Approximately 16,000 high school seniors were named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists for 2015.  More than 1.4 million juniors entered the 2015 National Merit program by taking the 2013 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®), which serves as the initial screen of program entrants.  The nationwide pool of semifinalists, which represents less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors, includes the highest scoring entrants in each state.  

Three types of Merit Scholarship awards will be offered in 2015:  National Merit $2,500 scholarships, corporate-sponsored scholarships, and college-sponsored scholarships.

 

We are extremely proud of Theodore and Adam who exemplify our Raider spirit!!!

Turf Stuart!

Campaign to Turf J.E.B. Stuart's Athletic Fields Launches

Currently eight high schools in Fairfax County do not have artificial turf fields - J.E.B. Stuart is one of those schools.  We're trying to change that and we need your help.

Turf fields have great benefits for the student athletes, the school, and the Stuart community. Use the links above to find out more about why we believe turf fields are important for Stuart and join our fundraising efforts - including making your name a lasting part of the Stuart campus.  Purchase a brick or large masonry tile for our Raider Patio & Walk of Fame to be unveiled in 2014!

The Stuart community needs to raise $100,000 by the end of the 2014-15 school year or we could lose our chance.

Thanks for visiting, thank you for supporting our students, and Go Raiders!

To print or download our one pager about Turf Stuart go to  www.turfstuart.org

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!

Advisory Board Members for 2013-14 :

Andie Rowe, Wendy Hilton, Jeff Hamblen, Jeff Barham, Robin Delaney, Nancy Deprete Benjamin, Gary Houk, Margaret Connor, Carol Miller, Harold Mintz, Laura Nettuno, Vince Nettuno and Susan Tull O'Reilly

Thank you Advisory Board Members for helping out!

Interested in being on the Advisory Board next year - let one of us know (you need not live in the DC area to do this - the primary function is to provide input to our association.)

WANT RAIDER GEAR?

We've got it......Click on this link to purchase all your Raider Gear.

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.