10/20- Football @ 4:00 @ Farmville
10/21- Middle School Club Day During 3rd Period
10/22- North of the River Share Event @ Wellcome from 10:00-1:00
10/24- Volleyball @ 4:00/Bethel
10/26- Read to Achieve Parent Breakfast (canceled)
10/27- Read to Achieve Assessment (4th graders)
10/27- Football @ 4:00/Wellcome
10/28- 2nd Grade Sound Adventure Field Trip @ 11:15
10/28- First Nine Weeks Ends
10/28- Paint it Purple/Stokes Spirit Day/Jeans Day
2016-2017 Bell Schedule:
7:30- Students Report to Homeroom
7:45- Tardy Bell
7:45-2:40- Instructional Day
2:40- Dismissal of Car Riders
2:43- Dismissal of Bus Riders
We are excited about the upcoming school year! The school's leadership team has been making plans for the 2016-2017 school and wants to help our families begin with the end in mind. Please see below for a few updates for the upcoming school year.
1) Car riders will be dismissed in the afternoons at 2:40. Bus riders will be dismissed in the afternoons at 2:43.
2) The tardy bell will ring at 7:45, instead of 7:50, this year. Students who arrive to school after 7:45 will need to have their parents walk them into the building and sign them in at the front office. The instructional day begins directly at 7:45.
3) We will continue to host our before school care from 7:00-7:30. However, due to staff and budget cuts we will be charging $1.00 a day for before school care. Any student that arrives to school prior to 7:30 will need to pay a dollar for care. All students may arrive to school at 7:30 without being charged.
4) In grades 3-8 we will be piloting a grab and go breakfast program. Students will receive their breakfast from the cafeteria and then report to their classroom to eat. This program will help with morning supervision and allow teachers to build stronger relationships with their students.
Important & Current Information
Revised 2016-2017 School Calendar
Please find at the link above a revised school calendar for the 2016-2017 school year, taking into account make-up days included for school closures as a result of the flooding from Hurricane Matthew.
Check out our new parent newsletter developed by some of our AWESOME student leaders! Great job!
Click here for newsletter
Stokes is very happy to be able to partner with Bricks 4 Kids to offer an after school STEM enrichment program for students ages 5-12. Please see the below flyer for more information and details on how to register. Classes begin September 9th and run for 6 weeks.
2016-2017 school supply list's are now available. Click here for the list.
Pitt County Schools is happy to announce its partnership with Dolly Parton's Imagination Library – an amazing opportunity for all Pitt County children (birth-5 years) to receive one free, high-quality book/month. For children enrolled at birth, this means that they would accumulate a personal library of 60 books before beginning kindergarten!
Parents can enroll their child by completing a form, located in front office at Stokes School, or by going online.
Online enrollment (use Stokes 2016 for enrollment code): Click here to enroll
Stokes School celebrated their first group of students selected for the Eagle of the Month Award. Teachers selected students who modeled the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People during the month of September. Each student was recognized and presented with a treat during lunch.
Mrs. Current's 5th grade Science students simulated the circulatory system. Students drew a diagram of the heart and lungs on the floor while other students acted as blood cells going to the heart and lungs. Students were able to explain the flow of blood and the purpose of the circulatory system with this movement activity.
Student leadership role acceptance letters were given out on September 23rd! Way to go Leaders on your acceptance. We look forward to seeing the great things you will do at Stokes.
Students enjoyed attending our Candyman Fundraiser Kickoff. Fundraising begins today and ends October 4th.