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  • Single Subject Acceleration

    Single Subject Acceleration (SSA) is the practice of assigning a student to a higher-grade level than is typical, given the student's age, for the purpose of providing access to appropriately challenging learning opportunities.

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  • We LOVE our Counselor!

    In honor of Counselor Appreciation Week, we want to express how much we love our counselor, Lori Shaw. Check out the video interview.

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  • Love the Bus

    Febuary is "Love the Bus" Month...

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  • STEM Night Photo Booth

    Strike a pose! Check out the photos that were taken at the STEM Night photo booth.

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  • Spelling Bee Winners

    Congratulations to our Spelling Bee winners and all the participants. The students worked hard and successfully spelled lots of challenging words.

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  • NC School Report Card

    The State of North Carolina has recently released their school report cards...

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  • Teacher of the Year

    We are so proud of our Teacher of the Year, Daniel Kennington. Mr. Kennington teachers Art to all of our students. Check out his ‘surprise’ video.

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  • Teacher Assistant of the Year

    We are excited to announce that Leonette Adkins is our Teacher Assistant of the Year. Mrs. Adkins is a vital part of the Stough staff. Check out her ‘surprise’ video.

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  • Kindergarten Registration Begins

    Kindergarten registration begins on January 5, 2017 between the hours of 9:30am-2:30pm.

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  • Chinese Immersion Application for Base parents

    If Stough is your base school and you would like to enroll your rising Kindergartener in the Chinese Immersion program, please complete this application.

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  • Stough Chinese Immersion Magnet brochure

    Want to learn more about our Chinese Immersion Magnet School? Click here to check out our brochure.

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  • PIM (Positive Images of Me) Book Club

    A new club – PIM - will be starting Wednesday, January 18th. What is PIM? PIM is a book and self-esteem building club created to cultivate wholesome self-esteems within African-American girls. PIM will select books that encourage African- American girls to love themselves, embrace their looks, be confident in their identity and utilize the support system of sisterhood as they boldly pursue their dreams. Click for more details as well as to download an application. (Application also available in the school office.)

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  • Spelling Bee

    The 2017 Spelling Bee for 2nd through 5th graders will be Thursday, January 26, 2017. In order to prepare for this event, we will be holding a preliminary written spelling test a couple of weeks before our school-wide bee. If you would like for your student to participate in the bee, please return the permission slip for the written spelling test to Ms. Moore in the office. Ms. Moore will give every student who turns in the permission slip a word list of the official words used in the spelling test. Permission slips must be turned in by January 5. For more information please contact, Mrs. Cecconi-Roberts.

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  • Hour of Code was Awesome!

    We would like to say THANK YOU to all our volunteers who helped make ‘Hour of Code’ a success. Our students greatly enjoyed taking part in this event during the week of December 5th – 9th. Every class was able to enjoy coding activities throughout the week. The students are eager to keep on Coding. Check out the Coding quick links listed on our website. (Click Technology, Click Coding, Enjoy!)

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  • Exciting Electives on Fridays

    This year our Specialists team is offering a range of courses on a variety of topics. These quarterly classes are designed around content learning objectives as well as connected to Common Core standards for English Language Arts, Math, Science, and/ or Social Studies. For more information about the electives, please click on the links below.

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