The week of 2/2 is National Counselors Week. Take some time to show your appreciation for Mrs. Bowers! Thank you Mrs. Bowers for all you do for Stokes School!
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.
* 1/29 -> 5th Grade DARE graduation @ 8:30
* February-> African American History Month, Career & Technical Education Month
* 2/2-2/6-> National Counselors Week: Show Mrs. Bowers some love this week!
* 2/2 -> Report Cards Issued
*2/2 -> Home Bball Game
* 2/4 -> Awards Day
(6-8 @ 8:15, K-2 @ 9:00, and 3-5 @ 9:45)
* 2/5 -> 100th Day of School (students are allowed to dress like they are 100)
*2/5 -> PTA Board Mtg @ 5:30
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Important & Current Information
The Healthy Communities Study is looking at how communities help children be healthy. To help, return your signed Interest Form today!
Want to help Stokes School earn money towards education resources? Then link your Harris Teeter VIC card to Stokes School. Visit their website and input our school score of: 1968. The more VIC cards that are linked to our school the more money we will receive!
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.
Students in Ms. Benns class discovered kinetic and potential energy by building a roller coaster from pipe insulation and masking tape.
Students in 4th and 5th grade learn about Native American History.
Stokes School students came together to celebrate Unity Day on October 22, 2014. Students were allowed to wear orange in support of National Unity Day, a day set aside to show our support of bully prevention.
Stokes students recently were given the opportunity to invite their grandparents or other significant older adults in their lives to enjoy lunch with them during the school day. This event was held to recognize the importance of our heritage, our community, and relationships across generations. Stokes safety patrol officers welcomed grandparents as they arrived and escorted grandparents to lunch, demonstrating leadership skills.
Our first annual Fall Festival was a huge success. Thanks to PTA for hosting such a wonderful event!