Stewart Elementary School
STEWART: Rock In Prevention PDF Print E-mail

Stewart students and staff rocked out with several high school mentors and Todd Stevens from Rock in Prevention during the most recent assembly. Each student had a chance to sing and dance while learning how to be healthy kids of character. They each also received their own CD with songs from the assembly to take home. A huge thank you to the amazing high school mentors who helped out during the assembly!

WCSD: Hy-Vee $1000 Reward Program PDF Print E-mail

Saving your Hy-Vee Receipts and turning them into one of our schools is a great way to help our school district! The Washington Hy-Vee has a great promotion with our Parent/ teacher groups and organizations. For every $150,000 in receipts collected; Hy-Vee Washington will donate $1000 to one of our schools. We are pleased to announce so far EACH of our schools have received an initial $1000 reward and we're now circling back on a second reward for each of our schools. Keep collecting your local Hy-Vee receipts and turning them into any of our four schools collection sites. THANK YOU Hy-Vee & thank you EVERYONE for your support in this great program! Because of YOU; our students & schools are doing great things!

Stewart: Boosters PDF Print E-mail

Do you need ideas for Christmas shopping? The Stewart Boosters would like to share a Demon Spirit Order Form with you that may have your answers. Orders are due December 3rd and will be here before Christmas. Profits go to the Stewart Boosters and will be used for Stewart Elementary school projects. Please submit orders directly to the Stewart Elementary office. For more information you can contact April Cuddeback (Stewart Boosters- This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) or April Six (Stewart Elementary) or by calling Stewart Elementary and leaving a message.

Stewart Boosters Clothing Order Form

WCSD: Thank you! PDF Print E-mail

Thank you Hills Bank & Trust Company for treating our teachers & staff to COOKIES earlier this week for AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK. Happy American Education Week!

Stewart: R-E-S-P-E-C-T PDF Print E-mail

Mrs. Allen’s second grace class, along with a group of Peer Helpers from the high school, taught Stewart Elementary students and staff what it means to be respectful during the monthly character assembly. The assembly included some time to dance and be silly as well. Who knew learning about respect could be so FUN? A big thank- you to the Peer Helpers for being great role models for the younger students!


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