Author and illustrator, Angela Dominquez, impressed our seastars by sharing a few of her bilingual books. She explained her writing and illustrating process, and even included examples. Her books include the following: Galapagos Girl, Mango, Abuela, and Me, Marta Big and Small, and How Do You Say?
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On Saturday, March 23rd, ninety-three fifth grade orchestra students converged on Matoaka Elementary School to participate in our WJCC Elementary Orchestra Solo Festival. These students performed with great poise, confidence, and musicianship. We are very proud to announce that 17 of these students were from Stonehouse Elementary School and received a Superior rating on their […]
2019 PTA Walkathon is happening on April 26, 2019. Donations can be made through the link below. After you enter an amount, please write an optional note that includes your students’ names and teachers in the note. Donate to 2019 PTA Walkathon HERE!
Stonehouse was privileged to have the Apex Skip-Its perform for our 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students. They traveled all the way from North Carolina to share some of their amazing routines and tricks. They made strong connections to our PE program and jump roping, as well as promoting effort, hard work, and determination. Even […]
Congratulations to Julie Lipscomb, the Stonehouse Teacher of the Year for 2019. She will be moving on to be considered for WJCC Teacher of the Year later this semester. Below is her nomination from Stonehouse: Julie Lipscomb ~ Julie is exceptionally skilled and dedicated. For years, she has served as the Stonehouse social studies coordinator. […]
The following Stonehouse students were recognized at the PTA Reflections Contest at the division level on Thursday night at Jamestown High School. At the primary level, Ava Hairston won Award of Excellence in Literature, Russell Hicks won Honorable Mention in Visual Arts, and Piper Holland won Outstanding Interpretation in Film Production. Piper’s piece placed in […]
The Williamsburg-James City County Program for Gifted Students provides services for formally identified gifted students in grades K-12. The screening for rising 5th grade students will begin in February. Referrals of current 4th graders can be made by a parent, teacher, or staff member. Referred students will be screened for eligibility for gifted content specific courses […]
Thank you to everyone who donated to the Winter Gear and Book drive. SCA Officers delivered the collected items to FISH today. They were very grateful for our help.
December 5, 2018: Stonehouse students in grades 3 – 5 were amazed by Newbery Honor author, Kirby Larson. This Seattle native shared inspiring personal accounts of the writing revision process and her research of American history.