2019-20 Course Planning Night & Curriculum Fairs (formerly Parent Information Nights) Incoming or Current Middle & High School Families Learn first-hand information about the upcoming academic year, speak to representatives from each subject area, and get a jumpstart on the student course selection/registration process! Middle School Course Planning Night & Curriculum Fair Tuesday, February 5th, […]
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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 […]
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.
Congratulations to out PTA Reflections winners for 2018: Charley Brogan – Award of Merit for Primary Visual Arts Russell Hicks – Award of Excellence for Primary Visual Arts Emerson Gaten – Award of Merit for Primary Literature Ava Hairston – Award of Excellence for Primary Literature Piper Holland – Award of Excellence for Film Production […]
October 25th, Stonehouse participated in this year’s Read for the Record, brought to you by Jumpstart. Read more about the event from their website: https://www.jstart.org/event/read-for-the-record-2018/ Check out some photos of older and younger classes getting together to enjoy literacy!
After weather postponed it back in May, Relay for Life finally kicked off on September 28-29th. Thank you to all of team members and participants. What a great event for a great cause.
All our classrooms work hard to demonstrate our school rules S.T.A.R.S. (Safety, Tolerance, Attitude, Respect, Strive). As they show these qualities they check off stars on their classroom charts in order to earn a classroom reward. We’ve had a number of classes already fill their first chart. Check out Ms. Jessie’s class as they completed […]
The Williamsburg-James City County Program for Gifted Students provides services for formally identified gifted students in grades K-12. Referrals for fall screening for K-4 students, not previously screened or new students, will be accepted through October 15th. Referrals can be made by a parent, teacher, or staff member. 5th grade high performing students that are […]