Principal's Message

Hello and Welcome Back Stallings' Families,

Stallings Elementary is an inviting learning establishment nestled in a warm community.  Our students are given the highest priority. Our staff is highly qualified and is dedicated to fulfilling the educational needs of every student by delivering standards-based instruction, collaborating with staff, and consistently reflecting on practices based on data and outcomes.  Our students’ future success depends upon the learning they engage in now.

We strive each day to meet the commitment of providing for the whole child. Our students deserve the best, and we take our responsibility of educator seriously. As we thoughtfully refine our practice to ensure all of our students are successful, we welcome suggestions or questions about the information contained in this report or about our school.  Our journey to facilitate a love for lifelong learning while providing our students an academically strong education is our goal.

Mission Statement

With purpose and dedication, we all work to ensure Stallings students thrive today to become successful contributors of society tomorrow.

School Hours:  School begins at 8:45 am. On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, students are dismissed at 2:57 p.m. Every Wednesday students are dismissed one hour earlier, at 1:57 p.m. During this time, our teachers meet their teams to develop goals, create assessments and analyze student data.  Also, our kindergarten hours are: Start time is 8:45 a.m. Dismissal on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday is 1:15 p.m., and Wednesday dismissal time is 11:32 p.m.

 * Breakfast begins at 8:15 a.m. It is important to note that students are not permitted on campus before 8:00 am, because we do not have student supervision before this time. Cost for breakfast is $1.75 and the cost for lunch is $2.75. Additionally, students may purchase water for $.75 and milk or juice for $.50 You may prepay any amount to your child's account with our cafeteria manager or online at www.myschoolbucks.com. "Oops Meals" are given if your child has no money or no money in his/her account. Parents are required to pay the office $1.35 for the Oops Meal the following day. Your child will receive a note if he/she was given an Oops Meal.

 * We will continue our 100 Mile Club where students are challenged to walk or run 100 miles during the school year. The students love this , and the benefits are numerous. To help fund this program and others, we will be selling smoothies every Friday after school from August 15 to the last Friday in October. Students will have the opportunity to purchase 12 oz smoothie for $3.00. We will continue to have several fundraisers throughout the year, so please watch for our notes home!  We appreciate you support.

 
 * Our ASES (After School Education and Safety) after school program will continue to runs from immediately after school until 6:00 nightly. This federally funded program provides enrichment, homework help, and some intervention. Our program is currently at capacity; however, we do have a waiting list. Please call the ASES phone number at 532-3166 if you would like to put your child's name on this list.

 

          * Campus playground supervision begins at 8:00 a.m. - Please do not drop your children off prior to that time.

 It is extremely important to recognize that your child's school attendance is one of the largest contributors to his/her success in and attitude towards school. If your child is ill and does require to be kept at home, please call our attendance line at 736-3249 to report the absence. Please note that it is the parent's responsibility to clear the absense.

We know 2013-2014 is going to be an awesome school year!  We look forward to working together as a team on behalf of our schools.
 

Sincerely,

Dr. Strawser,  Principal

Last Modified on August 18, 2014