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Vision Statement
Stonewall Middle School is a center of learning where the whole school community collaboratively provides an inspiring, creative, and rigorous International Baccalaureate curriculum. This is accomplished in a safe environment that promotes student-centered learning, positive and respectful social interactions, and global awareness. . . one child at a time.
PWCS Staff: Migration from GroupWise to Outlook email now underway. 
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Divisionwide Announcements
Stonewall Middle School Announcements
Please join us in giving a great welcome to Jenita Boatwright, our new Assistant Principal, effective July 23. She was previously administrative intern at Gainesville Middle School. 
2014-2015 School Supply List
STONEWALL MIDDLE SCHOOL 2014-2015 SUPPLY LIST
 
 
6th Grade Supply List
 
#2 pencils-will be used daily
Notebook paper-will be used daily
Highlighters
Glue sticks
Scissors
Colored pencils or crayons
5 subject spiral notebook
1 folder with 2 pockets
 
Some teachers may request additional supplies once students have been assigned to their class.
 
Book bags may not be carried from class to class and must be small enough to fit in a locker (wheeled bags DO NOT fit).
 
 
 
7th Grade Supply List
 
 6-single subject notebooks
 6-pocket folders with prongs
 2 reams (500 count) of loose leaf paper
 Pencils, blue and black pens
 100 pack of index cards (any size)
 Glue sticks
 Colored pencils or pens
 
NOTE: These supplies might need replenishing throughout the year, so parents should be encouraged to have backups or be ready to get more.
 
 
 
8th Grade Supply List
 
 Composition notebook
 5 subject notebook or 5 single subject notebooks
 Folders for each subject
 100 page notebook specifically for Civics (and index cards)
 3 ring binder for Science
 Colored pencils
 Loose-leaf paper
 Pencils/pens (lots of them)
 Glue sticks (possible)
 
Each of these items should be a start, but it should be noted and recognized that each student should have backups for all of these as they use them up throughout the year.

Students entering 6th grade: Got your Tdap?
Students entering sixth grade in Prince William County Public Schools this fall must present proof that they have had a tetanus, diptheria, and pertussis (Tdap) booster shot within the past five years. By state law, without proof of this immunization, children will not be able to enroll in school for the 2014-15 school year. This is an excellent opportunity for you to turn in your student's immunization record.
Save the Date: August 27, 2014
Locker Practice 5-7 PM New students may practicing opening a locker.

Concussion Training 5:30 PM Face to Face Training for students and parents. Training is required in order for a student to be eligible for tryouts.

Program for Parents of New Students: 7-8 PM Administrators, School Counselors, Classroom Teachers, the IBMYP Coordinator, SIGNET Teacher, Nurse and other staff members will present important information for parents.

Building Tours: 8-9 PM We invite all 6th graders and newly enrolling students to join us for this fun event. You will meet new and old friends that you will get acquainted with here at Stonewall Middle School. Tours will be every 15-20 minutes.
2014-2015 Athletics at Stonewall Middle
To try out and participate in athletic activities in Prince William County Public Schools, students must meet participation requirements and have a current physical dated after May1. Forms are available here or in the main office. In addition, Concussion Training is now required for all student athletes and thier parents annually. The first time must be done face to face and renewal the following year may be done on line. If your student is trying out for Season I, please plan to attend on of these classes. FACE TO FACE TRAINING: Wednesday, August 27 at 5:30 PM in the Auditorium or Wednesday, September 3 at 7:00 PM in the Auditorium. Other dates: Thursday, November 6 at 7:00 PM; Thursday, January 15 at 7:00 PM; Thursday, March 19 at 5:30 PM.

Season I: Girls Track, Boys Soccer, Football, Volleyball. Season II: Girls Basketball. Season III: Boys Basketball, Wrestling Season. IV: Girls Soccer, Boys Track, Baseball, Girls Softball.

 
Evening Registration Available: August 27 5-7 PM
Parents are strongly encouraged to register their children as early as possible (this is only for new students) for the upcoming school year. For your convenience, we are offering evening registration on this nigh by appointment onlyt: August 27 5-7 PM. Please call for an appointment.
PWCS Summer Reading Program
The purpose of the PWCS Summer Reading Program is to encourage students to enjoy quility literature and to continue developing their independent reading skills. Student participation in the program is voluntary. Students who choose to participate in the program are required to complete a minimum number of readings over the summer. Please view the link for additional information and a list of suggested books: PWCS SUMMER READING PROGRAM
SOL Review Sites
 Please click HERE to visit our Symbaloo page for all SOL review site links.

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