Mustang Mail

March 25, 2022

Mrs. Karst's Memo

The week after spring break, be sure to let Mrs. McGovern, Mrs. Letourneau and Ms. Rootes know how much we appreciate them, as it is Media / Tech Appreciation week! They all work hard helping students and staff at SC with things in the library and technology.

Spring break begins on Saturday, March 26th and students return on Monday, April 11th. Please encourage your child to keep reading daily while on break. Remember these events coming up right after we return:

• Spring Book Fair: Week of April 11th - stock up on summer reading materials!

• SC Saturday Spectacular: April 16th 8:00-10:00 a.m. See below for details.


I hope you have a restful, safe, and fun spring break Stony Creek family! See you again on April 11th.

Super Saturday Spectacular

Mark your calendar for one of the best family and friends events of the school year! Invite grandparents to come into town, the Super Saturday Spectacular is for any and all family and friends of the SC family!


  • When: Saturday, April 16
  • Time: 8:00-10:00 a.m.
  • What: Pancake breakfast, book fair, student writing on display for EVERY student, an art show and a musical performance!
  • Why: To celebrate student writing, creativity and to raise money for the SC scholarship (Kiwanis puts on breakfast for a small fee)

All Means All Winning Artwork

Congratulations to Oliva Herche (5th grade, Stony Creek) on her winning design in the Noblesville Schools A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words art contest.


Students across the district were asked to submit artwork for consideration in the contest, which invited students to define what inclusivity at Noblesville Schools means to them.


The top three designs were then voted on by students in grades K-12, with Herche’s design taking the top spot of what they felt best illustrated the concept “All Means All”.


The other top finalist artists were Alayna Southworth (5th grade, Stony Creek) and Amelia Wiggins (10th grade, Noblesville High School).


When asked what inspired her artwork Herche shared that “the heart means everyone can be friends with whoever they want to be friends with and the world means it can be anywhere.” Herche added that she hopes students at Noblesville Schools will treat one another “like one of your family members that you really love.”


Herche’s winning design will be showcased on the district’s website and on school posters.

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The Book Fair is Coming SOON

The Book Fair is starting the Monday after spring break. Use the links below to order online or to volunteer to help out here at Stony Creek!


Homepage that has online shopping and details:

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/stonycreekelementaryschool


Book fair volunteer sign-ups:

https://volunteer.scholastic.com/#/experience/signup/QqgXZo6Ax

22-23 Multilingual Family Information Night - See attachment below

Important Dates

March 26th - April 10th - Spring Break

April 11th - April 16th - Book Fair Week

April 12th - Dine to Donate - Jagger's

April 16th - Super Saturday Spectacular

April 21st - Dine to Donate - Papa John's

May 18th - 19th - Used Book Sale (over 2,000 great books already) - $.50 each

Community Sports and Fun

Miller Explorers Summer Camp

Click here for registration information.


Boys and Girls Club Spring Volleyball (Grades K-8)

Registration closes April 7, 2022

Click here for registration information


Noblesville Strength and Speed Development Camp

4th grade - 8th grade

April and May 2022

Click Here for more information


Grinders cheer call out meeting

Monday, May 2nd from 6 -7:00 PM at Hazel Dell Elementary School.

Tryouts will be open to students who will be in the 5th and 6th grade during the 2022-23 school year.

Contact lynnminick@gmail.com with any questions.