Stokes School Mission:
The members of Stokes School learning community will value themselves, others and their education. They will recognize the importance of being life-long learners in order to become productive and responsible members of a technology-rich society.
National Library Week! Middle School College Week!
4/15: Announce EOM, 7th Grade Field Trip, Media Specialist Day, Soccer:AGC
4/17: Jeans Day, Soccer:WMS
4/21-4/25:Spring Break!!!!!!! Enjoy some rest and relaxation!
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SGA will be conducting various fundraisers during the month of May. All money raised will go to the Ronald McDonald House. Please support our SGA!
Snow Make Up Days: 6/11 (now a full day), 6/12 (half day).
The 2014-2015 School Calendar has been released. Find it here.
Students in Mrs. Warren's 4th grade class at Stokes School ended their unit study on fossils by creating cast fossils using molds. They've learned all about different kinds of fossils like casts, molds, trace, and body fossils and how fossils help us determine what life was like in the past.
Middle school students celebrated Pi Day, 3.14, on March 14. The students participated in various activities that centered around the ratio pi, which compares the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Activities included measuring the diameter of circular objects and cutting string to discover how many string lengths it would take to go around the circle, otherwise known as the circumference, making lists of words with "pi" in them, charting the frequency of the first digits of pi, comparing the Greek alphabet to our alphabet, and playing pi games on the chrome books. The students also listened to songs about pi as they worked and enjoyed snacks that were circular in shape, such as oatmeal pies and oreos. A fun time was had by all that participated.