New Stanley Elementary School

School Highlights 2016 - 2017

  • Three 5th grade students recognized by the mayor and city council for their contributions to decorating the city’s new street sweeper
  • Hosted our 2nd Community 5K event to support the girls’ and boys’ running clubs
  • Participated in and won recognition as part of Silver City Days parade
  • Young Leaders of Tomorrow raised money for Children’s Mercy Hospital
  • Student Council raised money for Wounded Warriors and held a community 5K/Parade on Veterans’ Day
  • Actively participated with Girls on the Run in the Fall and Spring
  • Actively participated with Let Me Run (boys’ running club) in the Spring
  • Hosted multiple curriculum based events such as Math, Literacy, and Storytime nights/events.
  • Annual PTA carnival held in the spring to celebrate the hard work of the students and families during the schoolyear.
  • Keri Landry, 1st grade Teacher, was selected as Star Teacher
  • Participated in Battle of the Books in November
  • One to One iPad Initiative
  • Participated in Score1 Medical Clinic
  • Back Snack Program
  • Community Garden, growing many different items that students were able to take home.
  • Student Safety Patrol
  • Expanded Professional Development for Teachers
  • Students and staff raised funds for United Way
  • Students collected Box Tops for Education throughout the school year.
  • Multiple students received District Student of the Month Recognition

Mission:

Learning, Leading, Achieving, TOGETHER: Everyday, in Every Way

Our Vision:

To develop as a community for the excellence of each child.

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