Welcome to Stonegate Elementary School

14811 Notley Road, Silver Spring, MD 20905 | Phone: 301-989-5668  Fax: 301-989-5671 

School Hours: 8:50AM-3:05PM  Early Dismissal: 8:50AM-12:35PM 

Principal: Linda M. Jones | Assistant Principal: Jennifer A. Till 

 

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Upcoming Events

Friday, February 27
Early release for all students

Friday, March 27
Professional day for teachers

Friday, April 03
Holiday - Good Friday

Monday, April 06
Holiday - Easter Monday

Tuesday, April 07
Spring Break

Wednesday, April 08
Spring Break

Thursday, April 09
Spring Break

Friday, April 10
Spring Break

Announcements

  • Science Fair Information

    Friday, February 27, 2015: Deadline to submit science project application        

  • The Stonegate yearbook needs your photos!

    We are currently accepting photo contributions for the yearbook. If you have any great pictures of your kids or other Stonegate students, please read. 

  • Stonegate's PTA Fundraiser: The Read-A-Thon!

     The STONEGATE PTA READ-A-THON is a reading incentive program designed to motivate our children to read, to keep them reading and to encourage a life long love of reading! Participation from every family will make this a huge success for our school and for our children.  

  • Book Fair This Week

    Book Fair 2/23-2/27

  • Back To School Resource Bank

    All you need to know to prepare for back to school. 

  • Letter From The Principal

    Read the letter from Mrs. Jones.

  • Welcome Stonegate's New Principal

    The Board of Education has appointed Mrs. Linda M. Jones as the new Principal of Stonegate.  Read the announcement . . .

  • MCPS Thinking and Academic Success Skills (TASS) Framework

    The Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Thinking and Academic Success Skills (TASS) Framework identifies and defines critical and creative thinking skills as well as academic success skills that permeate instruction in all content areas of the MCPS Pre-K–5 Integrated Curriculum. Providing students with explicit instruction in critical and creative thinking skills and opportunities to develop academic success skills while learning content, helps students understand how they learn. Making students aware of how they learn prepares them for lifelong learning . . .

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