Stewart Elementary School
Stewart Elementary Meet the Teacher Night PDF Print E-mail

You are welcome to bring your child and his/her school supplies to their classroom on Meet the Teachers Night at Stewart Elementary anytime between 4-6pm on Monday, August 22, 2016.


Teachers will look forward to meeting with your student. We hope this will ease the transition of starting school on August 24th. Please join us for ice cream in the gym after you have visited the classroom.

Last Updated on Wednesday, August 10 2016 07:48
Preschool Registration Night PDF Print E-mail

Stewart Elementary Library To Host Scholastic Book Fair PDF Print E-mail

Stewart Elementary Library is holding it’s annual Scholastic Book Fair October 22-27. Funds raised will be used to purchase books for our school library. Everyone is invited.



Oct.22, 23, 26, 27 Open during regular school hours

Oct. 22 & Oct. 27 Open during Parent-Teacher conferences 4:30-8pm


If you can’t make it to our fair, please visit our online book fair. It is open until October 30.

Stewart First Graders Move and Groove with Pick a Better Snack PDF Print E-mail

First graders at Stewart have been taking more healthy bites these past two weeks through the Pick a Better Snack program. This sweet week the focus was on exercise and broccoli.


This program is designed to motivate children to eat more fruits and vegetables and to be more physically active. Each week Amy Green, 4-H/youth coordinator, visits the first grade classrooms to talk about making healthy food choices. They always get to sample a particular fruit or vegetable of the day.


If you have any questions about the Pick a Better Snack program or would like to volunteer or financially support the program, please call the Washington County Extension Office at 319-653-4811.



Students learned at Pick a Better Snack that 60 minutes of exercise is required each day for healthy bodies. Tara Luers’ first grade students at Stewart Elementary put in a little exercise time in the classroom by dancing the Interlude.

Stewart: Learning about Dollars & Cents PDF Print E-mail

Recently, second grade students at Lincoln Elementary learned different forms of dollar and cent notations. Pictured here are students from Amy Allen's classroom practicing dollar notation with the dollar symbol & decimal point. Students were encouraged to write on the ELMO if they felt comfortable to write the dollar notation of the amount written. They were able to see multiple ways to write dollar & cent amounts.


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