Tuesday, March 13th, was Math, Science, and Wellness Night. Individual student projects from 4th and 4th grade were showcased as well as classroom projects in grades K-3. The night was filled with Math, Science, and STEM activities as well as fitness and wellness opportunities. Thanks to everyone for a great night.
In honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, Stonehouse participated in our annual Read Across America Day. It begins with a parade of storybook characters. Students in grades K-2 dress up as a favorite character as students in grades 3-5, staff, parents, and community members cheer them on. The parade is followed by a guest reader in every classroom to share a special story. Thank you to everyone who helped make this event a huge success!
The Williamsburg-James City County Program for Gifted Students is currently accepting referrals for the following students:
- Initial referrals for current K-4th grade enrichment;
- Initial referrals for current 4th grade students for specific academic classes (language arts and/or mathematics)
- Initial referrals for current 5th grade students for specific academic classes (language arts and social studies)
Referral Deadline: February 15, 2018
If you are interested in learning more about this program, or would like to know if your child is a candidate for screening for gifted services, please contact David Poon. He can be reached by phone at 566-4300, or by email at email@example.com.
Student Council volunteers lead the Pennies for Patients Clean Out Your Console drive. You can catch them again on Wednesday 1/31 during morning arrival outside at the front entrance and car loop. Check your pockets, cup holders, and between the seats for loose change! All donations go to support families of patients.
Please join our team (Stonehouse Striders) and help support Relay for life. Team members can be staff, students, parents, family members, and friends. All are welcome.
The theme this year will be Carnival for a Cure. More information to come.