Stony Point South Elementary School

School Highlights 2016 - 2017

PTA Sponsored Events

  • Literacy Night
  • Science Night
  • Muffins with Mom
  • Donuts with Dad
  • Grandparents Breakfast
  • Bike Night
  • Carnival
  • Skating Parties

Fundraisers for ……

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


            Back Snack Program

            Character Plus – Character Champs were recognized monthly

            Foster Grandparents

            Junior Achievement

Accomplishments, Activities and Events

  • Mrs. Eva Reitemeier was selected as Star Teacher
  • Semester Awards Assemblies
  • Super Eagle time on Wednesdays offered focused differentiated instruction based on data from MAP Ladders, F’&P, and Running Records
  • After School Tutoring
  • 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 garden and organized collection of Box Tops for Education.
  • “It’s OK to Ask for Help” program, implemented by 4th and 5th grade Young Leaders of Tomorrow, educated students on suicide prevention and how to ask for help.
  • “Thanks for Life” spirit week hosted by Young Leaders of Tomorrow.
  • Black History Month Assemblies
  • Field Day
  • Music Programs for all grade levels including performances by our strings students
  • Alvin Ailey Dance Clinic
  • MOCSA presentations for 2nd – 5th grade students

Field Trips

  •             Star Base
  •             Faster Than a 5th Grader
  •             Kansas Kids Fitness Program
  •             Kaufmann Center
  •             Nelson Atkins
  •             Science City
  •             Deanna Rose
  •             Schlagle Library
  •             Kaliedoscope
  •             Kauffman Stadium
  •             KC Zoo
  •             Pumpkin Patch
  •             College Basketball Experience at the Sprint Center
  •             Visit to Arrowhead Middle School for 5th Graders                       


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



  • ü Educate children in academics and life skills such as respect, responsibility, and effective effort
  • ü Equip ourselves and our students with life-long learning strategies
  • ü Utilize research-based strategies
  • ü Encourage a safe, caring, an positive community
  • ü Have high expectations of all students by providing scaffolded instruction
  • ü Develop positive family relationships

Stony Point South Pledge

I pledge today to do my best
In reading, math and all the rest.
I promise to obey the rules  
In my class and in our school.
I’ll respect myself and others too.
I’ll expect the best in all I do.
I am here to learn all I can.
To try my best and be all I am.

We are ... Stony Point South Eagles!!

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