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    Regular schedule:  begin at 8:25am (be on campus by 8:15), end at 3:25pm.
    Reminder, WEDNESDAYS are early out for students. 
    On Wednesday only, students are dismissed at 2:25pm.

    STONECREEK BINDERred binder  
    It is the only binder permitted to be used by students.  Instead of purchasing a binder, please provide your child with college-ruled paper, color pencils, pencils and a hand sharpener for regular pencils, or extra lead for mechanical pencils.
    If a pen is needed during class, the teacher will supply it and collect it before the end of class.  This includes highlighters as well.



    Title One Notice
                Stonecreek Jr. High is currently a Targeted Assistance Program Title One Program.  We are in the process of becoming Schoolwide Title One. This change will be in effect beginning in the 2015/2016 school year.
    In our current program, students are eligible to receive Title One services if they meet very specific criteria. Extra services and resources can only be used for these identified students. In a Schoolwide Program, all students are considered Title One and are therefore eligible to receive any support deemed necessary. This system still requires the school to provide extra support to struggling learners, but offers more flexibility. This also allows us to integrate our resources and strengthen our entire program, thus benefiting all students.
    The decision to move to Schoolwide was approved by School Site Council on October 29. If you have any questions or concerns about this decision, please contact Katrina Wilson, Categorical Program Specialist or Matt Kennedy, Principal.

    The 2014-15 school year accountability report card is available on the district website or  you can pick up a copy at the school office.


    Click on image to go to online book for science:
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    Are you curious about the types of questions students will be asked on the new Common Core Standards Test? Smarter Balanced has provided sample questions you may try.  The questions will not be scored, they're just to provide a preview of what students will encounter.  Samples of some the sections on the Common Core test are provided, not all. Once on the site, click on the big green icon to begin.
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