Stone Middle School
Welcome, Stone MS Panthers!
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!
Classroom Spotlight: ESOL Civics Showcase
June 04, 2022
Mr. Dickason's ESOL Civics class worked on a Showcase Project where they had an opportunity to research the culture, geography, and politics of countries all over the world. After creating a presentation about their chosen country, the students created educational activities to display their research and engage others in learning about the country. In addition to showing their slides, the students created a paper airplane decorated in the colors and symbols of their country, an educational board game, and a marble run “roller coaster” to represent their country. Read more about it here and view some of these amazing student projects.
FCPS News and Features
FCPS This Week - September 27, 2023
In this issue, learn about more upcoming community conversations, how one middle school is celebrating Blue Star Welcome Week, and tips on consistent attendance.
🎖️ Blue Star Welcome Week at Frost Middle School
Moving to a new city can be a challenge for anyone, but it is a way of life for military families. There are approximately 14,500 military-connected students enrolled in Fairfax County Public Schools, and the school division has developed numerous resources to welcome them and help them adapt to their new homes.
Mr. Leonard: Coach, Mentor, and Custodian
Monday, October 2, is National Custodian Appreciation Day. Thanks to our colleagues on the custodial team, we all have a clean, safe place to learn, teach, and work. Fairfax County Public Schools employs more than 1,300 custodians, field custodians, and building supervisors to maintain our more than 28 million square feet of infrastructure.