Principal's Message

4/18/14   Keep a Praise File Don’t you just hate those infrequent dark days that make you feel ineffective as a parent or as a teacher and tempt you to throw in the towel? Thankfully, I don’t experience many of those days at Stephens, but there have been a few.  In his ...
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Boosterthon Fun Run Campaign

We are looking forward to our Fun Run on April 25!  Please help your students collect pledges and enter them into their pledge booklets each day to win prizes.  Or, enter the pledges online at www.funrun.com.  Thank you for supporting our PTA as they support our Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) programming!


State Testing Dates

Grades 3, 4, and 5 students will take the KPREP state assessments beginning on Tuesday, May 13 and continuing through Monday, May 19.  Students must be in attendance for these assessments. Please do not schedule any appointments for your students on these dates. Thank you.


Last Day of School

The Boone County Board of Education has officially set June 3rd as the last day for the 2013-2014 school year.  For High School Graduation information please check with the high school that your child attends.


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Our Mission

At Stephens Elementary School, “Everybody Learns, Every Day!” We are committed to being facilitators of active learning, where all students achieve to the highest level possible. Our students will learn to become contributing citizens of society by fostering positive growth in social and emotional behaviors and attitudes. The genuine collaboration of school, families, and community will create a climate of extraordinary learning, setting our students firmly on a path to Career, College and Life readiness.


Principal's Message

4/18/14   Keep a Praise File Don’t you just hate those infrequent dark days that make you feel ineffective as a parent or as a teacher and tempt you to throw in the towel? Thankfully, I don’t experience many of those days at Stephens, but there have been a few.  In his ...
read more