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Math Magic Night Math Magic Night

Math Magic Night 

Flashlight Friday Flashlight Friday

Join us for Flashlight Friday 


Friday January 19, 2017

Flashlight Friday

6:00-7:00 p.m.

Kindergarten Registration Information - Updated kindergarten registration
Help us WIN a free author visit from the award winning author, Jan Brett. Jan Brett Library Visit

Help us WIN a free author visit from the award winning author, Jan Brett.

Preschool Developmental Screenings Preschool Screening

Preschool Developmental Screenings for 3 year olds only

7 Days of Spirit

7 Days of Spirit: Themed Days for the last week and a half before break!

Early Childhood Learning my pre k
Holiday Shop Holiday Shop

Holiday Shop Information and Schedule

Giving Tree Giving Tree

For those interested in gifting to the Giving Tree...

Kentucky Immunization Requirements doctor
Spirit Wear Sale Spirit Wear

Spirit Wear Sale

CSIP Parent Survey

Stinger Families,

It is time for us to complete our Comprehensive School Improvement Plan (CSIP).  The CSIP is completed annually and we utilize it to guide and focus our instructional planning for the school year.


Giving Tree

Requests due by Nov. 16

Spirit Days!

Spirit Days at SES!

Stephens Annual Food Drive Food Drive

Stephens Annual Food Drive

Stephens Elementary PTA Vendor/Craft Show Vendor Show flyer

Stephens Elementary PTA Vendor Craft Show

Dance Party Dance

November 6, 6-7pm

Red Ribbon Week

We will be celebrating national Red Ribbon Weed the week of October 23-27. While we will be drawing attention to a drug-free lifestyle with daily activities and having fun with daily spirit days, we encourage you to continue the conversation at home about the effects of substance abuse and promoting a healthy lifestyle for your child at home to solidify the message of Red Ribbon Week.

Field Day Once Upon a Field Day

Last year’s field day was a huge success and we are excited for this year’s new theme at a new time of the year. Games will have a “Fairy Tale and Book” theme to them to create excitement and content integration for the day. Field Day will be Friday, October 20th. 

Book Fair Book Fair

The Book Fair is coming!

Coats for Kids

Coats for Kids - 9/28/17 Deadline


Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent Teacher Conferences in October


Thank You for Helping GO Pantry! Go Pantry

We smashed our goal of 1200 cans last week for the BCEA/GO Pantry food drive and ended up with 1505 cans and close to $500 to donate to GO Pantry.


Art Supplies Needed

Art room supplies needed


Ment2Be Mentors Needed

Enjoy having lunch at school with your child?

Consider becoming part of MENT2BE and share the joy of building a relationship with another student.


The PTA Needs You!

Their next general meeting is October 18th at 6:30, so mark that date on your calendar.

PTA Yard Sale

When: September 30th, 2017

Time: 8 am -1 pm

Where: Stephens Elementary School Parking Lot


Spirit Week!!!

In honor of Kentucky Kids' Day, celebrate all week with us September 25th-29th!!

Kentucky Department for Public Health ALERT Solar Eclipse and Eye Safety

                                           Kentucky Public Health


A total solar eclipse is probably the most spectacular astronomical event that most people will experience in their lives. There is a great deal of interest in watching eclipses, but it must be done safely.  Because of this exceptional opportunity, there is concern that people will be more likely to stare at the Sun during this event.  Improper viewing of the Sun during an eclipse can result in eye injuries such as the development of "eclipse blindness" or retinal burns.

The danger to vision is significant because retinal eye injuries occur without any feeling of pain (there are no pain receptors in the retina), and the visual effects do not occur for at least several hours or days after the damage is done.

It is never safe to look directly at the Sun at any time.  This includes looking during the partial phases of a total solar eclipse without the proper equipment and techniques. Even when 99% of the Sun's surface is obscured during the partial phases of a solar eclipse, the remaining crescent Sun is still intense enough to cause a retinal burn.  If you are in the narrow range of Kentucky where 100% of the sun will be blocked by the moon (totality), the Sun can ONLY be viewed without appropriate eye protection during that short time, approximately 2:30 minutes. 

Solar Eclipse


Important Information about the Solar Eclipse

On Monday August 21st, 2017 we will experience a total solar eclipse, an event that hasn’t occurred over the U.S. mainland since 1979.  A total solar eclipse, which is when the moon completely covers the sun, will occur across 14 states in the continental U.S. along a 70-mile-wide swath of the country.  While Boone County is not located in this area, we will still be able to view the partial solar eclipse.

This event will be an extraordinary educational opportunity for our students.  Many of our schools will have special activities or lessons planned for this day to accompany the event.  While this event is extremely exciting for our students, we must also acknowledge the importance of proper eye safety.  While it should be common sense not to stare directly at the sun with your naked eyes, this advice will be even more important during this event.  The eclipse must be viewed only through proper eclipse glasses.  Schools with planned viewing activities will require students to wear proper solar eclipse glasses.

In order to protect our students’ eyes during this event:

  • Students will not participate in any unstructured outdoor activities, including recess
  • Students will be advised to not look directly at the sun without wearing solar eclipse glasses
  • We will provide additional personnel until 4pm for parents who do not want their children riding the bus during the eclipse.Children who do not ride the bus for that reason will have to be picked up by parents at 4pm.
Back to School Night Back to School Night

August 3rd, 4-7pm

Spring Carnival 2017


Summer Archery Camp


State Testing


World Maker Expo is Coming!


Easter Egg Hunt


Book Fair is Here!


Break the Mold Award Winner - Ms. Louden

Ms. Louden was awarded the District "Break the Mold" award at the March 3rd Board of Education meeting. 

Ms. Carly Louden

Click here to view video.

Boone County Schools are CLOSED

Boone County Schools are CLOSED for WEDNESDAY MARCH 1st. There will be no Elementary School bus pick up. Students already at school will stay until it is safe to release them. Parents may pick up students from their schools. High School driving students will be released when their principals deem it's safe to release them.

Reading Week 2017