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Battle of the Books

Battle of the books is underway! We have twelve teams competing this year, and there is a lot of excitement revolving around the twelve books our students will be reading.

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The Stallion Store

Please help support our school and our PTO by gearing up with Simonton wear from the Stallion Store. Read more >>>

Welcome to the Proud Home of the Stallions
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We welcome you to the Simonton Elementary website. Our site's purpose is to provide helpful information to our parents, students, teachers, and community members regarding our school goals, events, and successes.

Please take a few minutes to browse through some of our helpful links (that will provide you with a wealth of good ideas for improving study habits, helping your children learn, and even great sites filled with parenting tips). We also include information on our school's staff, important dates on the school calendar, and an information filled Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. So, enjoy your visit to our site and welcome to Simonton Elementary School!

To learn more about our vision for Kathryn Sue Simonton, please read through our mission and belief statements.

A Message from Our Principal

Dear Simonton Families,

The first quarter of our year is already coming to a close. Our students have learned a lot during the first quarter of this year and we will keep the momentum moving in a positive direction during quarter two.

One of the tools to help us measure what our students have learned so far are Galileo quarterly benchmark tests. We will be giving all second through sixth grade students Galileo tests in reading and math at the end of each quarter. The Galileo results provide our teachers with important data related to student progress. Students will be taking these quarter one benchmark tests during the next two weeks. The teachers and I ask that you please discuss with your children the importance of taking their time and always trying their best when they take Galileo or any other assessments. Doing this helps us determine more specifically what our students have learned during the quarter.

We are also winding down our Shave Mr. Shep’s Head campaign. In honor of October being breast cancer awareness month, we are selling pink Simonton t-shirts and donating a portion of the proceeds of each shirt to My Hope Bag, a local charity providing services to breast cancer patients. We will enter each student who purchases a shirt into a raffle, and one student will have the opportunity to shave my head at an assembly! We will also present the charity with a check at that time.

Finally, I want to remind you all that October 24 is our first annual spooktacular festival. This will be a variation of the annual fall festival, and we encourage students and parents to wear school appropriate costumes (no gore please) to this evening event.

Thank you for choosing Simonton Elementary School.

Bradley Shepstead

Bradley Shepstead

Bradley Shepstead

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