September 1, 2022
From the Principal
This school year is off to a great start. Students came onto campus ready for a new school year. I am so very proud of our kids. They are amazing kids and we are excited that we're able to work with them each day.
We have so many wonderful activities planned for this year. Please be sure to mark your calendars so you don't miss anything. All our grade levels will be planning their field trips soon and we will get that information out to you as soon as possible.
Please be sure to check out the new PTO webpage. You will find additional information there about our wonderful and supportive PTO and the activities they have planned. You will be able to find out information about how you can get involved in one or more of the many activities we have planned.
We continue to focus on safety at Stewart. Please join us this Friday, September 2nd for our first PTO meeting. We will present information about safety protocols on campus and what you can do to play a part in how we continuously monitor what we do on campus to keep everyone safe. Don't forget to complete a background check if you want to come on campus and volunteer, read to a class, participate in Watch Dogs, chaperone on field trips or work in the library.
Next week, we will be starting a campus activity that is new for us. We will be reading a book as a campus. Every child and staff member will receive their very own copy of the book "Wonder." Our plan is to read the entire book before December. You can either read the book together or access pre-recorded chapters, read by members of our staff.
Each Wednesday, will be a "Wonder Wednesday." We will use this time to talk about the book and discuss what it means to show kindness. We hope you enjoy reading this book with your child. Our PTO is planning a movie night in December to watch "Wonder" after we have finished reading the book as a campus.
This year, our theme is "Wisdom Begins With Wonder." When we wonder about things, it creates an awareness in us to investigate things not only to find out which is right but also to know why it is so. We want our Mustangs to challenge themselves, ask questions, and to be life long learners.
We are all looking forward to a wonderful school year. We are looking forward to growing, learning, and discovering together. It's going to be a great year. Your teachers and our staff are here for your children. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact your child's teacher.
Thank you for your continued support.
Dr. Julie English
What Is An Accountability Rating?
Stewart Elementary received an A rating for the 2021/22 school year. Stewart also received Distinctions in Math and in Post Secondary Readiness.
Volunteer in Conroe ISD
WatchDOGS is officially kicking off next Tuesday, September 6th.
WatchDOGS are fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and other father-figures who volunteer for at least one day each year. During the day, WatchDOGS may read and work on flash cards with students, play at recess, eat lunch with students, watch the school entrances and hallways, assist with traffic flow and any other assigned activities where they actively engage with not only their own students, but other students as well. Please click on the following link to find out more and/or to sign up. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zSMWalPrWeohoE3z4QfpqYuhje4-x30bFeJ1-RADP-s/edit
If you have any questions about Watch DOGS, please contact our counselor Tonya Mathews at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applying for Free and Reduced Lunch
Meals No Longer Free for All Students in the 2022-2023 School Year
- Federal waivers providing Free meals for all students the last 2 years have now expired
- Parents must complete an application for students to be eligible for Free or Reduced meals
- You can access the online free and reduced application at www.myschoolapps.com
This site includes access to online libraries, school library standards, Board Policy with regards to library materials and a library book access form.
If you have questions about the Stewart library, please feel free to contact our library, Ann Shafer at email@example.com.
September Lunch Reservation Sign Up
In order to allow more families to come please limit your visits to one per month.
Weekly Text Messages and Emails
Stewart Dress Code
In addition, Stewart dress code includes:
1. Shorts must be mid-thigh length.
2. Mid-drift and halter tops are not allowed. Students should be able to raise their arms without the mid-drift showing.
3. Muscle shirts are not allowed.
4. Spaghetti straps or straps that are not at least the width of two adult fingers are not allowed.
5. Jeans with rips or holes that are above the mid-thigh are not allowed, unless there is a patch under the rip for fray.
6. Sandals and flip flops are not allowed at school. Students must wear closed toe shoes.
7. Work out type yoga pants or leggings are allowed ONLY if the length of the shirt/top reaches the top of the thigh.
8. Undergarments should not be visible.
9. Hair must be a natural color. Pink, blue, green, purple...is not a natural hair color and therefore not appropriate for school.
10. Make-up is not allowed. Our Mustangs are natural beauties!
Teachers and staff monitor adherence to the dress code. Parents will be called if students are not dressed according to the dress code and students will wait in the front office for a change of clothes. If parents are unable to come to the campus with a change of clothes, the campus will provide the student with a pair of shorts and a t-shirt for the day.
- All our Stewart families - Thank you for helping us kick off our new school year! Thank you PTO for organizing our school supplies and delivering them to classrooms, helping walk our younger children to class, helping with afternoon carline, and for making our Yoohoo Boohoo breakfast a success.
- Church at Woodforest for providing lunch for our staff during the first week of school and the breakfast on September 1st. It was all so yummy!
- 105 Cafe for providing breakfast items for our staff before school started. It was yummy as well!
Conroe ISD Counseling Program
Our campus counselors are always here for students, families and staff. Please feel free to reach out to them.
Grades Kinder, 2nd, 4th, and 6th - Tisha Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
Grades 1st, 3rd, and 5th - Tonya Mathews at email@example.com
If you need additional resources, please check out their website at
Here you will find additional resources for students and families.
Mustang Art Gallery
Looking Ahead at Important Dates
( All dates are subject to change.)
Fall Semester Important Dates
August 26 – Sept 2 – PTO Auction Dates
September 2 – PTO Meeting
September 5 – Holiday - No School
September 6 – Watch D.O.G.S. Start
September 15- Fall Pictures
September 21- “Read for a Better Life”
September 27 – GT Parent Info Night
September 30 – PTO Meeting
October 2- Custodians Appreciation Day
October 7 – NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
October 10 – Holiday – NO SCHOOL
October 17 – 21 CHS Homecoming Week
October 18 – Mighty Mustang Celebration
October 21 – Stellar Student Celebration
October 24- 28 – Red Ribbon Week
October 28 – Storybook Character Parade grade K-2
November 2- Individual Make up Pictures / Group Pictures
November 3 – PTO Meeting
November 4 – Stewart Fun Run
November 8 – NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
November 8- Voting Day
November 10 – 4th Grade Musical
November 11 – Veterans Day Program
November 14 – 18 – Generation Texas Week
November 16 – Picnic in the Park 5:30 -7:30pm
November 18 – Turkey Trot during specials classes
November 21- 25 – Thanksgiving Holiday – NO SCHOOL
December 1 – Dr. Jean Stewart’s Birthday
December 2- PTO Meeting
December 2- Stellar Student Celebration
December 5- 9 – PTO Holiday Store
December 7 – Mighty Mustang Celebration
December 8 – Grade 3-6 Choir Concert
December 9 – Kinder Gingerbread House Building
December 13 – PE & Art Night – 1st Grade
December 14- Band and Orchestra Concerts
December 15 – Grinch Day / K- 2 Parties
December 16 - Polar Express Day / 3rd- 6th parties
December 16 – Early Dismissal 12:10 pm
December 19 – January 4 – Winter Break
First Days of School
Mrs. Lind's Class is Excited About the First Day of School.
First Graders in Ms. Babcock's Class work in ELA
Mrs. Moffitt's fourth grade students get to know each other through activities on the first day of school.
Second grade student learn about science tools and exploration.
Mr. Thomason's students work on math skills.
Fifth grade woodwinds play on their mouthpieces for the first time in band class.
Third grade students in Mrs. Melley's class finding a perfect reading spot.
Fifth grade students in Mrs. Lopez's class battle out a fact race.
Third graders in Mrs. Vasconi's class begin a math unit.
6th grade students participate in a book tasting in Mrs. Elmore's classroom.
First grade in PE enjoying a parachute activity.
First grade students in Mrs. Cain's class are excited short vowel investigations.