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Thursday-January 9 at 7:00 p.m.
Royal Run Club House
6514 Royal Run Blvd.
~Zionsville Community Schools~
An open forum for conversation regarding youth, education, community involvement and more.
Kris Devereaux, Connie Largent,
Kris Cavolick and Tim East
Scott Robison, ZCS Superintendent
All are welcome!
THANK YOU to ROYAL RUN for hosting this community gathering.
Share the SPIRIT OF GIVING for the
36th Boone County Toy Drive
Taking place at Stonegate Elementary!
We will be collecting gifts for children up to age 12,
with the HIGHEST need being toys for children ages 10 -12.
If you would like to give to this wonderful cause, we will be collecting donations in the front lobby
the week of December 9th – 13th.
Stonegate PTO will be hosting a Dessert Dive for our teachers and staff on Thursday, December 5th. We are looking for volunteers to make yummy treats! The teachers and staff will get to take home treats to share with their families. Homemade desserts are preferred, but not required. If you would like to bring treats in please go to http://sge.ivolunteer.com for the sign up and more details.
SGE Staff Gift Wrap Event
PTO also needs your help on December 5th, 2013. We will be hosting a gift wrapping event for the staff at Stonegate. We need volunteers to work one hour shifts
November 13, 2013
Dear Kindergarten Parents:
Following careful review, it is clear that having our kindergarten dismissal (for car riders and walkers only) mirror the afternoon procedures would ensure safety and consistency for all students. Beginning November 18, 2013, we will be changing our kindergarten dismissal procedures. Again, this will only affect car riders and walkers. Please read the bullet points below about our new dismissal procedures and review the map on the reverse of this page:
Car Rider Procedures:
· Dismissal pick up will be moved to the main entrance. Teachers and students will arrive at 2:30pm.
· Students will wait in between the two sets of doors with adult supervision.
· Please drive your car along the curb and park up to the last “Drop Off Zone” sign in order to get as many cars around the curb.
· Please remain in your vehicle and a teacher will assist the student to his/her car.
· Please display your child’s laminated name sign in your sun visor or against the passenger side window of your car. Your child’s teacher will distribute the name sign this week.
· For the safety of our students, if a name signed is not displayed and we do not recognize the car or the driver, we will be asking for identification.
· Walkers will wait in between the main entrance doors, along with the car riders, but will be separated out.
· At 2:40, teachers will escort the walkers to Door #14.
· Parents/guardians will need to wait outside of this door to pick up their child/children.
· We have built in a 10-minute dismissal time difference for car riders and walkers in order to ensure most of the cars have left the main entrance, allowing for everyone to walk back under safer conditions.
Please work with your child to ensure he or she is able to buckle-up safely without assistance (if this age-appropriate skill is not yet known). This is a change for all of us and it will take some time to adjust. Soon this safer procedure will run as efficiently as other safety protocols. Thank you for helping us ensure the safety of students. Please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher or me with any additional questions.
With much respect,
Cold weather is upon us! The Stonegate clinic is in need of some clothes, winter gloves and hats. So if you are cleaning out your child's closet and aren't sure what to do with items that are now to small, please consider sending them to school!
Gloves (boys and girls)
Hats (boys and girls)
Boys Pants sizes 5 to 12 (sweatpants are perfect)
Girls pants sizes 5 to 12 (leggings and sweats are perfect)
Girls shoes sizes 4 to women's 7
New packages of girls and boys underwear
Stonegate students celebrated International Dot Day in art class.
Click here to watch an amazing video showcasing the day!
Stonegate 100,000 page Reading Challenge
We will kick off our 2013-14 Reading Challenge on Monday, September 9. This year, students will keep track of how many pages they read over the course of the school year. Our goal is to have Stonegate students read at least 100,000 pages this school year. Here are some details about how the challenge will work.
Reading Log- Students should record the number of pages they read using the reading log located on the Stonegate website. Students should turn in their forms every time they reach 500 pages read. Students can record books they read at home, school, or both places. Please do not record books that students read as part of class assignments.
Kindergarten Parents- You may record books that you read to your child. However, please encourage your child to look at and read books on his or her own as well. If your child cannot read many words yet, he or she can “read” the book by looking at the pictures.
Charms- Every time students turn in a 500 pages form, they will receive a bookmark charm.
Bulletin Board- Once students turn in a 500 pages form, their names will be posted on the bulletin board by the cafeteria. There will also be a chart on the bulletin board that shows how many books we have read as a school.
Celebrations- We will be celebrating our reading throughout the year. Be on the lookout for more information as we reach “pages read” milestones during the school year.
Questions- If you have any questions, please email Allison Spillman, the literacy coach at Stonegate. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The more children read, the better readers they become. Please encourage your child to take part in our reading challenge this year.
Click HERE for the reading log.
Support Stonegate Elementary
through Target’s Take Charge of Education Program!
Stonegate Elementary has received over $16,866 since 2003!!
Sign up today to support Stonegate Elementary (SGE)! Target offers guests the REDcard, a debit or credit card that gives guests a 5% discount on all purchases, free shipping on Target.com, and an extended return period for purchased items. Aside from the personal benefits of having the card, the Take Charge of Education program allows guests to give back to their local schools every time they shop at Target. If used as a debit card, it pulls right from your checking account!
With the REDcard, guests are able to designate 1% of their purchases to be donated to the school of their choosing. Since 2003, guests have donated more than $16866 to SGE by using the Target REDcard. The more guests that sign up and designate SGE as their school of choice, the more we get back!
Parents and faculty can sign up at the store at no cost. Once signed up, all that is required is to go to Target.com/tcoe and choose SGE to receive the 1% of their total purchases. Target offers both a debit and a credit option. For the credit, only a driver’s license is needed. For the debit, a blank check is required to tie the card to an already existing checking out. There are no hidden fees!
Already have a REDcard? Just visit www.target.com/tcoe or call 1-800-316-6142. Our school ID code is 119266.
Grandparents, alumni, neighbors and friends can take part, too!
Check out the new and improved Stonegate PTO Facebook page!
Be sure to "like" the page for the latest updates and news.
Stonegate Facebook Page Link