Stony Point South Elementary School

School Highlights 2017 - 2018

PTA Sponsored Events

Academic Night
Pastries for Parents
Grandparent’s Breakfast
Bike Rodeo
McTeacher Nights
Father/Daughter Dance
Mother/Son Dance
Holiday Crafts for Students
Skating Parties           

Fundraisers for ……

United Way
Pennies for Pasta – Students and staff brought and collected pennies daily to raise money for children with leukemia.
PTA Fundraisers


Back Snack Program
Character Plus – Character Champs were recognized monthly
Foster Grandparents
Junior Achievement
Rain Garden – Community Grant           

Accomplishments, Activities and Events

Ms. Molly Beuke was selected as Star Teacher
Semester Awards Assemblies
Targeted intervention for individual students and small groups based on data from MAP Ladders, F’&P, and Running Records
Safety Patrol led by 5th grade team
Student led initiative for recycling
H.E.R.O (Help, Encourage, and Respect Others) week educated students on anti-bullying initiatives and how to be an “Upstander” or hero.
Student Council helped with the school’s rain garden and organized collection of Box Tops for Education.
“Buddy Benches” were created by 4th and 5th grade Young Leaders of Tomorrow for students needing a friend to play with at recess. The Young Leaders of Tomorrow taught younger students how to use them.
Participated in Battle of the Books
Young Audiences Performances
Lyric Opera
Participated in All City Concert
Kindergarten Round Up
Faster Than a 5th Grader
Kansas Fitness Day
STEM Trailer
Field Day
Music Programs for all grade levels including performances by our strings students
MOCSA presentations for 2nd – 5th grade students

Field Trips

Star Base
Faster Than a 5th Grader
Kansas Kids Fitness Program
Kemper Art Museum
Kaufmann Stadium
Nelson Atkins
Science City
Deanna Rose
Schlagle Library
Schlagle Environmental Center
Sealife / Kaliedoscope
Theatre for Young America
Kauffman Stadium
KC Zoo
Pumpkin Patch         


Engaged active participants
Accepting of others
Goal setting go-getters
Life-long learners and leaders
Evolving as…
Strategic thinkers


  • Educate children in academics and life skills such as respect, responsibility, and effective effort
  • Equip ourselves and our students with life-long learning strategies
  • Utilize research-based strategies

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