Stagg students traveled to Palos South Middle School to teach lessons about making positive choices while on social media.
Superintendent Dr. James Gay and members of his Student Advisory volunteer each semester at the Ronald McDonald House serving lunch to families.
Stagg High School is participating in "Say Something Week," created by the Sandy Hook PromiseFoundation to empower students to speak up to a trusted adult when or if they are concerned about a safety issue at school, with a friend, or in their community.
More than 100 Stagg students welcomed WWI Veterans to Midway Airport following the final Honor Flight of the year.
Stagg students show their Charger Pride!
Marching Chargers and middle school partner bands performed together.
Many Faces, Many Stories, One Stagg
Second semester is in full gear as we enter into the short month of February. Although our shortest month, February is a very busy month at Stagg. Our Student Council is busy preparing for their annual Turnabout Dance, many of our winter athletic teams will begin state series competition, and our administrative team is busy with master scheduling building and staffing for the 2016-2017 school year! >Continue Reading
District 230 students share what it means to be a student Sandburg, Stagg and Andrew High Schools...in their own words.
Check out the video here.