Amanda Smith, Principal
Danielle Floyd, Assistant Principal
7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
SUPPLY LIST DISCLAIMER:
- We are hoping students will not need the typical school supplies because of the donations we have recieved. Specifics coming soon.
- Our school wishlist items are paper towels and AAA batteries.
Kindergarten registration is now open for the 2021/22 school year. Due to Covid protocols there will not be an onsite registration this year. Please visit the new students registration link and upload the required documentation needed. We are excited about our 2021/2022 Kindercat class! Please contact us with questions. Once you have registered within 10 business days you will receive an email confirming your enrollment. If you do not please contact Anissa Spry 615-754-6300 ext 5107.
Required documentation for Kindergarten is as follows:
- A certified copy of Birth Certificate
- A TN Immunization form with proof of physical dated after 08/05/2020, it must also have the correct box checked by the doctor.
- A copy of Custody agreement signed by judge of applicable
- 2 proofs of residence (all proofs must be in the custodial parents name)
- Accepted proofs of residence are as follows:
- Valid TN state DL/ ID card
- Current Car registration
- Current pay stub (within the last 30 days)
- Utility Bill (dated within the last 30 days)
- Copy of current Lease
- Accepted proofs of residence are as follows:
Remote Learning Announcement
Stoner Creek Elementary School will be transitioning to REMOTE LEARNING on Monday, December 7 -- Friday December 18th 2020.
This REMOTE LEARNING period will lead into the upcoming Holiday/Winter Break. It’s the intention for students to return to their current respective teaching and learning models on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 (K-5 Traditional).
The reason for this change in learning is due to an increasing number of students and staff affected by COVID-19, and out of the extreme caution for keeping our school community healthy.
Food Service will be available using our remote learning protocols. Should any students need food assistance during this time, then please email a cafeteria manager from any other neighboring non-Remote school. Please place those orders by 9:00 a.m. each school day. Meals can be picked up from 11:00-11:30 a.m. The contact info for cafeterias can be found by visiting School Cafeteria Managers.
For families that may be struggling with reliable access to the internet, please know that parking lots at these affected schools have been made available as a hotspot for additional support during this time. Also, please notify your student’s teachers if your internet is not reliable so that we can provide learning packets as needed.
More detailed information about this transition to Remote Learning has been emailed to our families with these schools.
We understand that this is a very difficult time for everyone and we appreciate all of the flexibility extended during implementation of our Remote Learning. Please let your student’s teachers know about individual needs or concerns. We will continue to give you updates as information becomes available.
Professional School Counselor: ASCA National Model
Direct Student Services
- Standards-based, developmentally appropriate counseling curriculum for academic, personal/social and career development of all students.
- Assisting students to set personal goals and develop future plans
- Responsive services via small group and individual counseling to meet students' immediate needs and concerns.
Indirect Student Services
- Referrals to other professionals or community agencies.
- Consultation and collaboration with other counselors, administrators, teachers, parents, community partners.
Program Management & School Support
- Management and accountability tasks and fair-share responsibilities.
The vision of the Wilson County K-8 School Counseling program is to support a school climate in which each student is valued and their developmental needs are considered whilst providing an
opportunity to learn in a safe environment. The K-8 School Counselor shall manage their School Counseling program and services by using data to make informed decisions and follow ethical practices.
The mission of our School Counseling program is to deliver comprehensive, differentiated, and data-driven services to reach all students, which allows students to attain skills and fosters necessary attitudes for academic, career, and social emotional success.
The school counselor believes through the Counseling Program that:
- All students are capable of achievement leading to success in academics, social/emotional development, and college and careers.
- All students’ developmental needs are best met by implementing a comprehensive school counseling program.
- School counselors advocate for equal opportunities and fair treatment of all students in the educational setting.
- School counselors are involved in planning, management, delivery, and evaluation of the school counseling program in collaboration with all stakeholders.
- Needs assessments and achievement and other data should be used to design, implement, and evaluate the comprehensive school counseling program in order to best meet all students’ needs so that they are successful in academics, social/emotional development, and college and careers.
- Applying the American School Counselor Association Ethical Standards for School Counselors empowers school counselors to make decisions based on the highest moral principles to promote the maximum development of every student.
What's Up Wilson!
To view information about the district's upcoming Asynchronous Learning Days and Updated Grading Periods, click the link above.
Come connect with us and receive items such as food, hygiene products, shoes, and more! Click link above for more information.
It's time for another "Academic Minute!"
This week Wiley talks about the "Imagination Station STEM Bus" and the big plans it has for activities beginning in August of this year! It's never too early too get excited about STEM and Wiley is all in - your child will be too after you watch this!