Stonybrook Red Storm Forecast

Week of: January 13th

Dear Stonybrook Families,

Thank you for reminding your scholars to wear only jeans or khakis, not to wear jackets or hoodies in the building and to keep their cell phones and ear buds put away. The admin team had less issues to address concerning these things last week and were able to spend more time coaching and growing teachers.

Each grade level will be taking a class trip at the end of the spring semester. Information about the fifth grade end of year field trip went home with students on Friday. Payment for the trip is due in March so please take a look at the information provided.

Sixth grade information will be coming home this week.

7th grade parents, your scholar will be bringing home an informational flier regarding the upcoming class trip to Chicago that will take place this spring in March. Please read over the informational flier and if you are interested in your child attending, please do not forget to register on-line to save your child's seat on the travel bus. Information on how to register, costs, and trip details are all outlined on the informational flier that your child will be bringing home on Monday, January 13.

5th grade parents, if you are interested in having your child go on the 5th grade trip to Louisville in March, please register now by reserving a seat on the travel bus. Register at School Tour ID : SIMSLouisville2020

6th grade parents, if you are interested in having your child go on the 6th grade trip to Cincinnati in March, please register now by reserving a seat on the travel bus. Register at School Tour ID : SIMSCincinnati2020

7th grade parents, if you are interested in having your child go on the 7th grade trip to Chicago in March, please register now by reserving a seat on the travel bus. Register at School Tour ID : SIMSChicago2020

Mr. Smith


As a reminder, we do not have school on Monday, January 20 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Morning Drop-off

As the weather becomes increasingly colder, it is important to review our morning drop-off procedures.

  • Students are not able to enter the building until 8:35 a.m. This is the earliest we can guarantee appropriate adult supervision.
  • Students should NOT be dropped off prior to 8:35 a.m. each day; if they are, they will be standing in cold temperatures until staff supervision arrives and students are let in to the cafeteria.

Serendipity Trivia Night!

Please come out and support Serendipity our Special Needs color guard at our annual trivia night! February, 6th 5:30 pm @ Warren Central High School.

Athletics Newsletter

Please enjoy the January Athletic Newsletter!

Gift Baskets!

Students paid CORE Cash that they earned to purchase baskets that staff put together.
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PTSA Holiday Fair

Stonybrook's PTSA did an amazing job with the Holiday Fair for our students and families!

DC Trip

Dear 8th grade Families,

Please continue to make payments on the Washington D.C trip.

Jason Smith, Principal

Stonybrook IA & MS Yearbook

Pre-order a Yearbook now for only $25. This full color yearbook will include grades 5-8 for the 2019-20 school year. To order, you may pick up an order form from the Main Office or the Mediaplex. You may also order online at: ID Code: 12577920 All orders must be placed by March 20, 2020.

Stonybrook PTSA Meetings

Please join us!

Tuesday, January 14th

Tuesday, February 11th

Tuesday, March 10th

Tuesday, April 14th

Tuesday, May 12th

2019 Pesticide Notification Registry

The Indiana Pesticide Review Board has regulations that impact how school corporations may use pesticides on school grounds. MSD Warren Township follows these guidelines and we are inviting parents and guardians to join our Pesticide Notification Registry. By signing up for this registry, you will be notified via email at least 48 hours prior to a pesticide application at your child’s school, subject to certain exceptions. You will be invited to sign up for this notification each school year.

You will need to sign up for this notification every school year.

If you would like to participate, please complete the required form found at

High Ability Program

Warren's High Ability Program is designed to meet the unique academic needs of gifted and talented students. The curriculum in these classes is differentiated and faster paced and students will be working above grade level if they qualify. As a district, we look at all students in grades 1, 4, 6 and 8 to see if they qualify for the following school year based on eligibility criteria. Parent recommendations are considered along with achievement scores when determining placement in high ability. More detailed identification information can be found here. If you would like to complete a recommendation for the broad based planning committee to consider you can do so here 2020-2021 High Ability Parent Recommendation Form The parent recommendation form will be open until January 31, 2020.

Dress Code Change

Parents, we have made an adjustment to our dress code. Students no longer have to wear a collared shirt. Students can wear any full length shirt with a modest neckline that is free of inappropriate images and language. Pants still need to be khakis or jeans, no sweat pants, yoga pants or leggings. That is the only change to the dress code.

The new version is in the link below.

Clinic News


Your decision to get a flu shot or not goes well beyond you. It also affects the many lives you touch...

Influenza ia a contagious disease of the respiratory tract (nose, throat, and lungs) that can lead to serious complications, including pneumonia and the worsening of other chronic health conditions. Flu symptoms may include fever, headache, extreme tiredness, dry cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, and muscle aches. The best way to protect your family from new influenza strains is to get vaccinated each year.

Please stay healthy during the coming Holiday Season by using good handwashing techniques and keeping the following areas germ free in your home:

1) Telephones (have you cleaned your cell phone lately?)

2) Appliances such as a refrigerator and microwave.

3) Faucets

4) Light switches and door handles.

5) TV remotes

Enjoy a Happy and Healthy Holiday season!!!

Thank you,

Sharon Larpenter R.N.

Stonybrook Middle & Intermediate

YMCA Before and After School Care is at Stonybrook!!

The YMCA is currently hosting before and after day care at Stonybrook! Students can be dropped off as early as 6:30 AM and pick up at 6:00 PM.

If you are interested in the program, please contact Katy Yeoman, Program Director or go to the link below.

Now enrolling for YMCA Before and After School Care in your school! Register online today!

Katy Yeoman

Program Director

YMCA of Greater Indianapolis

Youth Development – East


Stonybrook Refrigerator Information

11300 Stonybrook Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46229

PH: 317-532-8800

FAX: 317-532-8899

ATTENDANCE LINE: 317-532-8800 EXT. 1

SCHOOL NURSE: 317-532-8806

SCHOOL HOURS: 7:30 AM - 2:50 PM

TRANSPORTATION: 317-532-2820

DISTRICT OFFICE: 317-869-4300

Principal: Mr. Jason Smith PH: 317-532-8804


Assistant Principal/5th Gr. Dean: Mr. Chad Reedy PH: 317-532-8803


6th Gr.Dean: Mr. Josh Davis PH:317-532-8828


7th Gr. Dean: Mrs. Bianca Rivers PH: 317-532-8808


8th Gr. Dean: Ms. Becky True PH: 317-532-8805


5th Gr. Counselor: Ms. Kassie Roberts PH: 317-532-8880


6th Gr. Counselor: Ms. Toni Austin PH: 317-532-8845


7th Gr. Counselor: Mrs. Melissa Nicholson PH: 317-532-8800 X8811


8th Gr. Counselor: Mr. Michael James PH: 317-532-8800


Athletic Director: Mr. Jeff Cummings PH: 317-532-8826


Dates to Remember:

1/20: Martin Luther King Day - No School

1/21: Basketball game [5:30PM]

1/22: Solo Night Concert

1/23: Basketball game [5:30PM]

1/23: Wrestling [5:30]

1/28: Basketball game [5:30PM]

1/28: Wrestling [5:30]

1/30: Wrestling [5:30]

2/17: Presidents’ Day - No School