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.
10/20: Invite your Grandparents to Lunch Day: 3-5
10/21: Invite your Grandparents to Lunch Day: 6-8
10/22: Unity Day (Wear an orange shirt to support bully prevention)
10/23-10/31: Red Ribbon Week- Love Yourself Be Drug Free
10/24: First Nine Weeks Ends
10/24: Fall Festival 5:30-8:00
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PTA and Stokes School is happy to announce the date for our FALL FESTIVAL. October 24th from 5:30-8:00 will be an evening of games, food and fun. Please mark your calendar and plan to attend this wonderful evening of fellowship and fun!
Students in grades 3-8 will being their Accelerated Reader adventure on Monday, October 6, 2014. Please support your student by encouraging them to read!
Stokes School is in need of two Title I Parent Advisers for Pitt County Schools Title I Parent Advisory Committee. The county will hold meetings throughout the school year. Our two advisers would attend these meetings and give input about Stokes School's needs. Please contact Mrs. Ann in the front office if you are interested in volunteering for this committee.
Check out our new and updated media center website! The site has important information and showcases our talented student work. Check it out here or visit the media center tab on our website.
FREE KIDS MEAL!!!
Please see the following link (click here) for a free kids meal at Dickey's BBQ.
On October 24, 2014 the Superintendents office shared a "Smile" with Mr. Ervin. Thank you Mr. Ervin for all that you do for our school!
Stokes School students kicked off Bully Prevention month by saying "Chill Out on Bullying". Students enjoyed Kona Ice while spending time outside modeling positive behavior.
Middle School mentors spend time each week reading to elementary students. The middle school mentor team developed the program because they wanted to help make a positive impact on the school's reading scores. Both groups are benefiting from the program: the middle school students are practicing their leadership skills and the elementary students are enjoying spending time with upper grade students.
Students in Mrs. Hollis' class work on literacy skills.