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1001 West Calhoun Street
Dillon, S.C.
(843)774-1219 Phone
(843)841-3689 Fax
Dr. Wendy C. Pace, Principal 
Dr. Wendy C. Pace

 

Letter from the Principal’s Desk End of 1st Semester

With the closing of the first semester, we look forward with anticipation to the upcoming second semester. The first semester was filled with many accolades of accomplishments related to academic and student sponsored activities. I, as well as, the teachers and support personnel at Stewart Heights Elementary School will continue to meet the demand of the highest standards of performance for every child. We are committed to excellence and we will continue to nourish our commitment and dedication to the task at hand; our children.

It is our desire to provide the best learning environment for all students; we will continue to effectively gather data to make decisions for best teaching practices and strategies. As we gather data from the first semester based on assessments, the staff at Stewart Heights Elementary School will begin providing additional support and assistance for those students struggling in academics.

Please review your child’s report card. If you have any questions regarding your child’s report card please schedule an appointment with their teacher. We are also sending home for your review a copy of your child’s last MAP assessment scores. MAP (measures of academic progress) is an assessment that your child takes three times a year and dictates their placement for the following school year. The teaching staff will be using the data to guide their instruction. Our goal is for the scores of all students to be grade appropriate. Please compare your child’s score to that provided to see if they are on their way to a grade appropriate score. The score noted is the score that your child must have by the next testing window. The next testing window will begin March 11, 2019. Please help us prepare your child to achieve this goal.

I look forward to a very successful 2019 second semester and encourage all parents to become actively involved with your child’s academic progress at Stewart Heights Elementary School.

Thank you for your support,

Dr. Wendy C. Pace

 

 


OUR MISSION

The mission of Stewart Heights Elementary School is to ensure that all students have the skills to be successful by providing a highly qualified staff and a challenging, standards-based curriculum in a nurturing environment with parental and community support.


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PRIDE PLEDGE

I PROMISE TO TREAT OTHERS WITH KINDNESS AND RESPECT,

KEEP OUR SCHOOL SAFE,

BE READY TO LEARN,

HAVE A POSITIVE ATTITUDE,

AND GIVE MY PERSONAL BEST EVERYDAY.

I AM A SPECIAL PERSON,

I AM A WILD KITTEN!

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"Paw"-sitive Behavior:

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Here at Stewart Heights we know that character is how you act when no one is looking and these cats are the perfect examples of that. We not only teach your children academic knowledge to make them successful, we want them to learn how to show good character. 

Math Survivor of the Week:

Second Grade
2nd

Jarrell Bethea, Huggins
Jayda Greer, Morris
Jayden Greer, Lewis
Alayla Dew, Grimsley

Third Grade
3rd3rd

Madison Alford, Sherman
Key'Asiya Dixon, McLellan
Alayla Dew, Grimsley
Aniya Bethea, Williams
Eden Leonard, Locklear

  We are so proud of our Students. They compete each week and show us how truly strong they are. This week is was a close call. Stay tuned for more exciting news from Math Survivor: Stewart Heights. Our third graders are getting stronger and stronger.

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Essay

       Laila Grice, Page (5K)
Ashelyn Wallace, Powers (1st Grade)
Damarion Jones, Lewis (2nd Grade)
Liberty German, Locklear (3rd Grade) 


Our students begin working on their essays at the beginning of the week so they can make sure  their work is perfect! We are so impressed with the work our wild kittens put into making everything their best. 

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3rd Grade Book Club starting in October! 
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