We are proud to be the 50th Leader in Me Lighthouse School!
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"Live, love, laugh, leave a legacy." -Stephen R. Covey
Symposium 1_28_2016 Presentation.pdf
7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
New Student RegistrationRegistration for the 2016-2017 school year will begin on Monday, April 11th at 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM and continues until June 7th. We will close for lunch from 12-1 PM. All required documents & online registration forms MUST be presented at the time of registration. If you have questions, please call the office at 407-7800.
- an updated immunization record (requirements available here)
- certified copy of the child's birth certificate (copies from hospital will not be accepted)
- social security card of child being registered
- proof of residency: Home owner -- a current copy of entire water, gas or electric bill showing address, month of bill and bill amount, Leaser/Renter -- current signed lease agreement,
- a parent's valid driver's license
First Day of SchoolMonday, August 22nd
7:30 a.m. - First Bell
7:40 a.m. - Tardy Bell
9:15 a.m. - Attendance
2:40 p.m. - Dismissal
Lighting the Way with Leadership
|Jason and Naomi have lived a life of service and instilled that dedication in their children. Naomi is completing her second year as the PTA president at Stone Oak Elementary School and has been elected to serve as an officer on the North East PTA Council next year. Jason is an active Watch D.O.G. at Stone Oak and volunteers for field trips, bike rodeos, and more. They are also active volunteers in the San Antonio community. Because of their shining example, their daughters are following suit. There are no events at Stone Oak that occur without Alexis and Camille coming to the office to find out how they can help. Their daughter Bethany is a successful student and athlete at Reagan High School who also enjoys volunteering for various community organizations.|
|Congratulations to two of our amazing Bobcats here at Stone Oak Elementary! Mrs. Kelli Terrell and Mrs. Gabby Woolard were recipients of the Teacher of the Year and Trinity Prize awards. Way to go you two! |
CLASSROOM VISITS NOW AVAILABLE
I have set up a schedule for Dual Language classroom visits on the
Sign Up Genius web page. Please sign up for only one visit so that I can accommodate all interested parents. Please bring your state issued ID for security reasons and as a friendly reminder, adults are not much of a distraction when visiting a class but little ones are too cute to ignore!! Please help us respect our kinder students' learning time by making child care arrangements prior to your visit.
Click on this link or copy and paste it to your browser to be taken directly to my Sign Up Genius page:
The deadline to submit your Dual Language applications was April 25th at 3:00 pm. If we find ourselves in need of a lottery, all applicants who submit their complete application by the deadline will take part in the lottery. Families who miss the deadline are still welcome to submit a complete application. However, these children will be added to our wait list in the order in which the applications were received.
DUAL LANGUAGE GUIDELINES
If you would like to review the district's Dual Language Guidelines, please click on the following link.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Steinbarth at 407-7830 or at email@example.com. For more information about the district's program click here>NEISD Dual Language Programs.
Leader in Me
|During the month of December, the Stone Oak 5th grade will adopt families for the holidays. Students will collect items on the family wish lists to help them celebrate the holiday season. The drive will take place from Dec. 2nd -18th.|
|As a service to our sister school Dellview Elementary, Stone Oak first grade students did chores to earn money to purchase books for Dellview's first graders. The first grade classrooms purchased over 190 books to share the love of reading over the holidays! Way to go first grade bobcats!|
|During the month of October, the 4th graders collected pennies for the National Park Foundation's "Pennies for Parks" program. The grade level collected 27,000 pennies for a grand total of $270 which will open the door for 27 students to tour a national park. Great job 4th grade bobcats!|
|Attention Stone Oak dads: Join your Stone Oak sons and daughters on campus as Watch D.O.G.S. - Dads of Great Students. You will monitor hallways, help students in the morning, and make memories for your children. Find out how easy it is to join the Watch D.O.G.S. Sign up now on Sign up Genius.|
School Supplies: Click on the pencil pouch for a complete list of required school supplies.