Red Storm Forecast Stonybrook IA/MS
Week of: Sept. 2nd - Sept. 6th
Message from Mr. Smith
Dear Stonybrook Families,
7th and 8th grade Parents and guardians -Warren Township Intermediate and Middle School Counselors are hosting a 21st Century Scholars Information Night on Thursday, September 5th at 6pm. This presentation will take place at Raymond ParkIntermediate & Middle School in the Mediaplex. 21st Century Scholars is a program that provides four years of college education for qualifying students. Students and parents must sign up in 7th or 8th grade to be eligible for this scholarship. After a short presentation about the program, counselors will be available to assist with the application process. Please bring family income information and social security numbers for the application process. All Warren Township 7th and 8th grade families are invited to attend. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to apply.
I wanted to take this opportunity to let you know how excited the Stonybrook family is about the start of the school year and to share our process for emergency preparedness. In an effort to make sure our students and staff understand and know what to do in the case of emergencies, we plan practice drills throughout the school year. Some of these drills include procedures we practice monthly, like fire drills, and some we practice only a few times during the year, like wind/tornado drills.
We wanted you to be aware of the types of drills that we practice together in the event of a school safety concern so that you can talk with your students about these situations if they should come home with questions.
● Fire Drills – Students and staff evacuate their classrooms and exit the building. All classrooms report to a designated location outside of the school building. During these drills, cars entering campus will be stopped by staff until our perimeter is clear of students and staff.
● Wind/Tornado Drills – Students and staff report to designated locations in the building away from large windows and doors with windows. During this drill, our exterior doors will be locked so that all office staff can participate as well.
● Lockdown Drills – Our buildings are secured internally and externally. Students remain with staff and wait for directions. During these drills, if you visit our campus, you may see law enforcement agencies like Warren Police, parked on our campus supporting this practice.
● Bus Evacuation Drills – Students practice exiting the bus using emergency exits upon arriving to school. During these drills, cars entering campus will be stopped by staff until our perimeter is clear of students and staff.
It is important to note that your student’s focus and cooperation during our drills is paramount. When drills are conducted, all individuals on our campus must participate, and that number can be upwards of 1300 people. Paying attention, being alert and following directions allows for the best learning experience during the drills. Please reinforce this at home. Also, please know that if you are in the building when these drills are being practiced, you will be asked to practice with our school.
I appreciate your support and ask that you reach out with any questions.
Jason Smith, Principal
End of Year Field Trip Information
The cost of this trip is $130.00 per student and $145.00 per adult.
The trip will start out at the famous Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, cruise on the 100 year old Belle of Louisville on the Ohio River and then go to the Kentucky Derby Museum!
6th Grade Trip: Cincinnati, Ohio on Friday, May 8th 2020
The cost of this trip is $130.00 per student and $145.00 per adult.
The trip will start out at the Great American Ballpark, board the BB riverboat for a lunch cruise down the Ohio River and visit the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal to explore the Cincinnati History Museum and Museum of National History!
7th Grade Trip: Chicago, Illinois on Friday, May 15th 2020
The cost of this trip is $145.00 per student and $165.00 per adult.
The trip will start out at the Field Museum, head over to the Navy Pier and then go to the Museum of Science and History.
8th Grade Trip: Washington DC & Gettysburg Tour Wed. March 18th - Sun. March 22nd
The cost of this trip is $600.00 per student.
The trip will begin at the Dobbin House in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, see the battlefield and a 2 hour tour throughout the historic sites, and stop at multiple museums throughout the day. In the evening take a illumination tour of the monuments and memorials, including the White House, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Korean War Memorial and the WWII Memorial, then travel to the hotel for the evening. That is just the first day! There are two more days of fun, exciting, educational events!
We will have more information to come regarding the end of year field trips!
Stonybrook students have the beat!
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Warren Homefest 2019!
Friday, Sep. 6th, 4-7pm
9500 East 16th Street
Warren Homefest 2019 is quickly approaching on Friday, September 6th, and we have booth space available for your organizations. If you would like to have both space for your business to
showcase your products or services at this year's Homefest, please complete the form included at the botom of the PSTA website located here; http://www.warrentownshippta.com/ and return it to us at email@example.com.
Booth space can still be reserved after August 9th, but it will be $30 per space for anyone that is
not a Warren org or club.
Registration for PAYING booth space ONLY can also be done online. Scroll past the Fun Run registrations to find Vendor Registration and follow the directions. Warren Township Council of PTAs.
Ms. Popplewell's Class
Parent/Teacher Conference Day
Scholastic Book Fair
The book fair is coming! The fair will arrive on September 25th and will be open thru October 2. Scholastic now offers the eWallet. This allows family members to set up an electronic account for their child to make purchases at the fair. It's free to set up, you set the limit and unused funds are returned to your card. Check out our school website for more information: scholastic.com/bf/stmediaplex
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!
YMCA of Greater Indianapolis
Youth Development – East
Stonybrook Refrigerator Information
ATTENDANCE LINE: 317-532-8800 EXT. 1
SCHOOL NURSE: 317-532-8806
SCHOOL HOURS: 7:30 AM - 2:50 PM
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:
Sept. 2nd: Labor Day - No School
Sept. 12th: Picture Day
Sept. 25th: Book Fair
Oct. 1st: Parent/Teacher Conferences