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Loaves of Love

Monday, September 29, 2014
Loaves of Love

Do you know a Stingley family who has recently experienced a birth, serious illness or injury, or loss of a loved one?  The Stingley PTO Care Team is a group of Stingley parents who make and deliver freshly baked quickbread (Loaves of Love) to show support for families in our school community who have experienced one of these life changing events. Read More


SCHOOL BUS SAFETY IS PART OF DISTRICT EFFORTS TO KEEP STUDENTS SAFE

Thursday, August 28, 2014
SCHOOL BUS SAFETY IS PART OF DISTRICT EFFORTS TO KEEP STUDENTS SAFE

Stingley 4th and 5th graders are listening to school bus driver Mike Keller explain how to be safe in, around, and on a school bus. Mr. Keller used PowerPoint slides to describe the “place of safety” when waiting to be picked up or exiting the school bus, whether on the same side as your destination or across the street. He concluded his talk by reminding students that bullying others is never OK…anywhere. Read More


AUTHOR LOUISE BORDEN EDUCATES AND ENTERTAINS STINGLEY STUDENTS

Thursday, March 20, 2014
AUTHOR LOUISE BORDEN EDUCATES AND ENTERTAINS STINGLEY STUDENTS

Children’s book author Louise Borden visited Stingley Elementary, sharing not only her books but also her insights into the process of creative writing. Sharing with students by grade level, the author also conducted a book signing, had lunch with ten students whose writing was selected in a competition, and ended the day with a reception with the staff. Some of her books include “America Is…”, “The day Eddie met the Author!”, and “The journey that saved Curious George.” Read More


COSI "It's All About Energy!"

Wednesday, March 12, 2014
COSI

Stingley's PTO generously brought COSI  to the building for all students to particpate in a 2-part experience.  As students found ways to help charge a Segway, they learned about energy and sources of energy on Earth.  Students explored the interactive stations for hands-on learning and fun in a small group session.  The excitement of connecting classroom learning to cool COSI experiments could be seen on all faces!  Mrs. Stempson arranged some wonderful helpers from Centerville High School to run the hands-on stations.  Thank you to everyone who made this learning opportunity possible! Read More


CENTERVILLE OFFICIALS VISIT STINGLEY CLASSROOM

Wednesday, November 20, 2013
CENTERVILLE OFFICIALS VISIT STINGLEY CLASSROOM

Knowledge of local government is a part of the Common Core Standards for third graders, such as those students in Nancy Kwiat’s classroom at Stingley Elementary. Visiting the students and sharing their insights were l-r Centerville Mayor Mark Kingseed, Centerville Finance Director Stephen Hinshaw, and Police Officer Tracy Sommers. Read More


STINGLEY HONORS VETERANS

Wednesday, November 13, 2013
STINGLEY HONORS VETERANS

A Color Guard from WPAFB opened the Stingley Elementary Veteran’s Day program that honored service men and women who either served, or are currently serving, in a branch of the U. S. military. The program included the introduction of honored guests, Vocal Music/Orchestra teacher Jennifer Eyink leading the students in singing "America, I Hear You Singing", "Remember You", "America, The Beautiful", and "Proud of Our Veterans", and Principal Diana Keller thanking the veterans for their service. Read More


5K/10K RUN TO BENEFIT RECOVERY EFFORTS OF CONOR CRIPPEN

Wednesday, September 11, 2013
5K/10K RUN TO BENEFIT RECOVERY EFFORTS OF CONOR CRIPPEN

Conor Crippen was a freshman at Loyola University in Chicago last March when he was struck by a car while crossing the street. While Conor has made incredible progress since the accident his road to a full recovery is a long one. Conor’s mom Kathy, who teaches 4th-5th grade Special Education at Stingley, is inviting everyone to participate in the “Conor Crippen Solidarity 5K/10K,” on Sunday, September 15, at Alter High School, to celebrate and raise funds for Conor’s recovery. Details can be found at http://bit.ly/17Ukpc8. Read More


Clip Those Box Tops!

Sunday, September 2, 2012
Clip Those Box Tops!

The Stingley PTO received over $1000 last year from Box Tops clipped by Stingley families!  This money helps cover the cost of teacher requests for special projects and curriculum needs which directly impact every student. Read More


Your DLM Purchases Can Benefit Your PTO!

Sunday, September 2, 2012
Your DLM Purchases Can Benefit Your PTO!

If you already have a Club DLM Card, you can sign up for the DLM Good Neighbor Program here.  The Charity ID for Stingley PTO is 464.  This is an easy way to contribute to our school! Read More


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