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    Top spellers for second grade classrooms were:
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    Genevieve Keigley, Bristol Bowen, Katherine Ellis, Kristina Taylor, Maria Rigsbee, Lunoah Terry, Brooklynn Marcellus, Kristian Harris, Del'Quaveon Bullock
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    Fourth Grade Spelling Bee Winners
    Top spellers for fourth grade were:
    Tyrone Hamilton, Tabitha Parker, Gissel Arteaga Govea, Julian Stovall, Elias Suncar, Juanita Brinkley, Dionna Brinkley, Addyson Faucette, Allison Ramsey, Shane Tillotson, Zachary Maciejewski, Malachi Thorpe
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    Esparanza Morales, Hannah Twisdale, Rett Jackson, Brianna Royster, Chariyana Clack (not pictured Riggan Tucker and Jamie Wilson)
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About Our School

7 days ago

Thanks for visiting our school's page.  Stovall-Shaw Elementary School serves approximately 375 students in PreK through Fifth Grade.  Our school is rich in tradition, serving this Northern Granville Community for many years.  


The Mission of the Stovall-Shaw Elementary Eagles:

Everyone Actively Growing Learning Experiencing Success


Our vision is to see ALL Stovall-Shaw students graduate from high school career and college ready.





Air Quality Updates at Stovall Shaw

7 days ago

air quality updates .

Granville County Public Schools is committed to the safety and well-being of its students and staff.  All school facilities are being tested for air quality by an independent, certified laboratory.  The results of these tests are posted to the website below and any additional action steps will be communicated to all members of the school community.



On July 31, 2018, LRC laboratories conducted air quality tests at the SSES campus.  All results indicated a normal indoor fungal ecology with the exception of four samples.  Remediation and retesting will occur in the affected areas.  Below are links to the official reports and individual data for all samples taken.





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Spring monitoring and testing has begun.  Below are the results from 4-18-18.  The air quality cleared, but some surface staining on HVAC pipe insulation is evident.  These areas will be cleaned and replaced this summer after students and staff have left.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GNSrrLXdHeTP3FYqBpaWmhtPRZt_q2rC/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HoiYmi-4eDxFPf-JhJMLhN_FakqAsvv4/view?usp=sharing

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On October 18, 2017, 16 random air samples were taken throughout the Stovall Shaw Elementary School campus.  The results showed a normal indoor air fungal ecology in all areas of the school except for several locations in the hallway, cafeteria and office area.  The official reports are posted below which recommended follow-up testing in the affected areas.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B25FcKVUbsaFek83eWpuOC1DNlE/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B25FcKVUbsaFWEJfdUtzNEpkOEE/view?usp=sharing


Follow up testing conducted on October 26 confirm elevated counts of specific mold in the office area and cafeteria.  The recommendations for action are included in the official report.  The district is responding immediately to address these issues and follow-up testing will occur.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B25FcKVUbsaFRVdfbXBFem9mQk0/view?usp=sharing 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B25FcKVUbsaFdUZGSWpodTJ2VUk/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B25FcKVUbsaFQk9sOUhXTzluSG8/view?usp=sharing

By Dr. Stan Winborne, EdD

2018-19 School Schedules

7 days ago

Regular Bell Schedule

7:35 a.m. - Bus students eating breakfast unload to report to cafeteria

7:40 a.m. - Car students may begin being dropped off (those car students eating breakfast should arrive close to 7:40)

7:45 a.m. - Bell rings to allow students to report to class

8:00 a.m. - Tardy bell rings (all students should be IN CLASS by 8:00 a.m.)

3:10 p.m. - Dismissal bell rings (parents picking students up, please recognize that our students to not leave the room until the dismissal bell rings.  They will need time to move to the pick-up lines).

EARLY REleASe BELL SCHEDULE

7:35 a.m. - Bus students eating breakfast unload to report to cafeteria

7:40 a.m. - Car students may begin being dropped off (those car students eating breakfast should arrive close to 7:40)

7:45 a.m. - Bell rings to allow students to report to class

8:00 a.m. - Tardy bell rings (all students should be IN CLASS by 8:00 a.m.)

11:45 a.m. - Dismissal bell rings (parents picking students up, please recognize our students to not leave the room until the dismissal bell rings.  They will need time to move to the pick-up lines).

Two-Hour Delay Schedule

Quick cereal breakfast  2-hour delay schedule

9:40 a.m. - Car students may begin being dropped off 

9:45 a.m. - Bell rings to allow students to report to class

10:00 a.m. - Tardy bell rings (all students should by IN CLASS be 8:00 a.m.)

3:05 p.m. - Dismissal bell rings (parents picking students up, please recognize our students to not leave the room until the dismissal bell rings.  They will need time to move to the pick-up lines).