• Comedians of Stephens

    We celebrated things that gives us joy at our second community circle. Students in 2nd and 3rd grade told jokes and or shared a play on words.

  • Enrollment for 4K and Kindergarten is March 6

  • Students in 4th and 5th Grade participated in the Geography Bee this week. After three days of competition, it came down to Lyndsey Diefenthaler and Jacob Zimmer tied in the school's final round. In the end, Jacob had the correct answer. Jacob will take the written test to qualify for the state competition. Congratulations, Jacob!

    Congratulations to Jacob Zimmer!

    Students in 4th and 5th Grade participated in the Geography Bee this week. After three days of competition, it came down to Lyndsey Diefenthaler and Jacob Zimmer tied in the school's final round. In the end, Jacob had the correct answer. Jacob will take the written test to qualify for the state competition. Congratulations, Jacob!

  • Doing the Eagle Strutt

    Our students did it again! The eagle nest filled up with eagle eggs which resulted in an all school celebration because students were caught being safe, respectful, and responsible.

  • Jus Tme and Ms. Angele Wolcott came to Stephens to provide sessions on wellness and mindfulness. Jus Tme's session focused on taking care of your mind, body, and spirit by engaging in mindfulness practices such as deep breathing, movement, and poetry. Ms. Wolcott's session focused on staying active by doing aerobic exercises. What a fun night!

    Family Wellness Night

    Jus Tme and Ms. Angele Wolcott came to Stephens to provide sessions on wellness and mindfulness. Jus Tme's session focused on taking care of your mind, body, and spirit by engaging in mindfulness practices such as deep breathing, movement, and poetry. Ms. Wolcott's session focused on staying active by doing aerobic exercises. What a fun night!

  • At our district leadership meeting today, we were asked, "what are we grateful for?" Our team answered with, "great colleagues, bilingual programming, and mindfulness practices."

    What Are We Grateful For?

    At our district leadership meeting today, we were asked, "what are we grateful for?" Our team answered with, "great colleagues, bilingual programming, and mindfulness practices."

  • Meet your child's new report card

    Find resources to learn what the new standards-based report cards are all about

  • We celebrated Kabuki Syndrome by wearing as much green as possible today. Kabuki Syndrome is a genetic syndrome that affects 1 in 32,000 people. It occurs when a certain gene is mutated. This means the gene is changed while the person is growing before birth. Because of the mutation, it stops the gene from being able to send out messages to the body. The whole school was clad in hues of green to raise awareness about Kabuki Syndrome.

    Celebrating Kabuki Awareness Day

    We celebrated Kabuki Syndrome by wearing as much green as possible today. Kabuki Syndrome is a genetic syndrome that affects 1 in 32,000 people. It occurs when a certain gene is mutated. This means the gene is changed while the person is growing before birth. Because of the mutation, it stops the gene from being able to send out messages to the body. The whole school was clad in hues of green to raise awareness about Kabuki Syndrome.

  • First All School Celebration!

    Students are given eaglets when they are caught being safe, respectful, and responsible. When a classroom collects 10 eaglets, they get an eagle egg. Eagle eggs are deposited into the eagle nest. When the eggs reach the mark, the whole school earns a celebration. For our first celebration, the whole school danced out on the field! Thank you to Mr. Bobby Pagas for being our DJ!

  • Stephens Fun Run

    What a day filled with loads of energy and fun! Our PTO sponsored our first fun run to raise money to support student learning. All 570 plus students joined and participated in the run. Congratulations to all.

  • Our School Garden

    One day a second grade Stephens student asked her mom, "why doesn't our school have a garden?" And that is all it took to get a handful of interested parents and staff members together to plan out how to put together a school garden at Stephens. Follow the path to check out the site of our future garden and stay tuned for what this will look like come spring!

  • School Community Partnership with Covenant Presbyterian Church

    In our partnership, we learn from each other and support one another. Members of the church has visited our school, provided healthy snacks for every child and volunteered to help in the classrooms or put together projects. A big thank you for the school supplies that were donated to our school. It has been put to good use already. To learn more about our partnership, click on the link below.

  • Online resources for the 2016-2017 school year

    We've assembled a "digital folder" of materials, including the 2016-17 calendar, lunch menus, school supply lists and more.

  • Blue Sky Science Video Featuring One of Our Very Own Student!

    Ava Sainsbury, one of our students, recently participated in the Blue Sky Science video series. It’s an effort between the Morgridge Institute for Research and the Wisconsin State Journal in which questions are collected from the public and they find Madison scientists to answer them. What a great question, Ava!

  • Card Club

    Our after school card club is for students in grades 2-5 who like to play collectible card games such as Pokemon, Magic the Gathering, etc. The club meets on Thursdays in the LMC from dismissal until 3:30 pm. Students have fun trading cards and playing games with peers who have common interests.

  • Healthy Snacks

    In partnership with Covenant Presbyterian Church, healthy snacks were delivered to our students today! Thank you to church members for the donation!

  • Learning to be happy in 4K

    Featuring our 4K program from last year, UW happiness researcher Dr. Richard Davidson says "learning to be happy is a skill just like playing the violin."

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