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National Family Engagement Month
November 18, 2023
November is National Family Engagement Month, and at Stone Middle School, we are proud to shine a spotlight on Mrs. Denisse Stein, our extraordinary family liaison. Mrs. Stein's role is not just a job; it's a commitment to building bridges of understanding and collaboration between our school and the diverse families we serve. As we celebrate this special month, we take a closer look at the impact Mrs. Stein has had on our community.
Welcome, Principal Williams!
August 08, 2022
Welcome, Sonya Williams, the new principal of Stone Middle School!
Rising 7th Graders Visit Stone
June 04, 2022
We enjoyed welcoming our incoming 7th grade students from our feeder elementary schools this week. They were greeted in the gym with a Pep Rally, heard our Band, Orchestra, and Choral students perform, met our administrators and counselors, got to ask questions to our student panel and toured the building. We can't wait to have them join Stone MS in August!
FCPS News and Features
Three FCPS Schools Selected for 2024 First Amendment Press Freedom Award
Three Fairfax County public schools—Chantilly High School, McLean High School, and West Springfield High School—are among 28 schools nationwide selected as recipients of the 2024 First Amendment Press Freedom Award.
FCPS This Week - February 21, 2024
In this issue, learn about Black History at Woodson High School, CTE and Academy Courses, and the Supreme Court Decision regarding TJHSST.
Black History Month at Woodson High School Starts With the Story of Carter G. Woodson
Learn about the Black History Month lesson that hit close to home for students at W.T. Woodson High School.
🚌 Going Above and Beyond: Thank You School Bus Drivers
February 22 is School Bus Driver Appreciation Day. Fairfax County Public Schools employs more than 1,500 drivers and attendants who transport an estimated 131,000 students safely to and from school each day. Drivers spend several hours in the classroom and behind the wheel before they ever pick up students. Because of this extensive training, one school bus driver knew exactly how to respond when the unexpected happened one morning earlier this school year.