Announcements


Mrs. Harvey Named Interim Superintendent

posted Sep 7, 2017, 4:59 PM by SCS Webmaster   [ updated Sep 7, 2017, 5:04 PM ]

Mrs. Georgia Harvey has been named Interim Superintendent. Mrs. Harvery has worked for Stanly County Schools for 20 years as a teacher, school administrator and most recently Director of Secondary Education and CTE. 
 

Friends, Free Meals and FUN!

posted Jun 16, 2017, 8:04 AM by SCS Webmaster

Friends, Free Meals and FUN contact Stanly County schools 704-961-3000

AMS Band!

posted Feb 7, 2017, 1:02 PM by SCS Webmaster

The AMS Band plays the National Anthem for the Duke Women's basketball game.

AMSBAND.mpg


Public Notice - Invitation to Stanly County Private Schools

posted Jan 6, 2017, 12:40 PM by SCS Webmaster

This notice is to inform registered Private Schools that the Stanly County School System is planning to submit an application for the following federally funded programs:  Title I (Part A)-Improving Academic Achievement of Disadvantaged Students, RLIS (Rural Low Income Schools), Title II (Professional Development for Teachers, Principals and others), Title III (Language Instruction for English Language Learners), Title VI - Part B (Individuals with Disabilities), Career and Technical Education, and Educational Technology State Grant (EETT).  These Federal programs make provisions for the participation of children who live in the Stanly County attendance area but are enrolled in nonprofit private schools.


In accordance with federal non-regulatory guidance guidelines on services to non-public schools, Stanly County Schools extends an invitation to a meeting on February 16, 2017.  The meeting will be at the district central office located at 1000-4 North First Street in Albemarle at 2 PM.  During this meeting we will further discuss requirements and provisions of service to private schools.   Please notify Susan Brooks at Stanly County Board of Education (704-961-3014 or susan.brooks@stanlycountyschools.org) by January 30, 2017 of your intent to attend.  This meeting is only for those private schools within the Stanly County Schools attendance area and registered on the NC State Nonpublic School site.



Sent to BJ Drye at the SNAP on 12/30/2016

SSHS teacher, Bill Sorenson, Bright Ideas Grant Recipient

posted Nov 22, 2016, 5:10 AM by SCS Webmaster

Bill Sorenson, South Stanly High School Electronics teacher, was recently chosen as a recipient of one of the 2016 Bright Ideas Grants provided by Pee Dee Electric. For more than 20 years, North Carolina’s electric cooperatives have offered Bright Ideas education grants to teachers in K-12 classrooms, giving teachers the means to put their creative teaching ideas into action.

Sorenson will use the Bright Ideas Grant to fund a robotics project at South Stanly. In the project, Sorenson’s high school students will learn how to program and operate small humanoid robots. These high school students will later have the opportunity to demonstrate their programming skills and gain public speaking practice through a presentation of their humanoid robots to elementary classes. Students will have robots perform various tasks, including: performing push-ups,
doing yoga poses, dancing, playing soccer and even reading a story. Sorenson is excited about the “bots’” potential. He explained, “We really have a ton of flexibility, as we can p
rogram them to say and sing about anything. We can also program them to do specific moves.” Sorenson hopes that the elementary presentations spark the younger students’ interests and inspires them to take the middle school STEMS program and the electronics programs available at South Stanly.












AMS Remembers

posted Sep 13, 2016, 8:12 AM by SCS Webmaster   [ updated Sep 13, 2016, 8:17 AM ]

The Albemarle Middle School Band performed a remembrance ceremony to honor the memory of those who lost their lives and those who responded to help save others during the 9/11 tragedy.
 

Google Docs Video

Welcome to the new school year! A message from the Superintendent

posted Aug 23, 2016, 1:16 PM by SCS Webmaster

Public education in Stanly County is alive and it is doing well. There is a mindset amongst some that public education is struggling and is faltering in this nation, and that is simply not true in Stanly County. There is a saying that perception is reality, but that is not the case here. It is our goal this year to work hard to spread the facts and let our community see that public education is not faltering or struggling in Stanly County. We have come a long way, but no matter where we are there will always be work to do and improvements to make.

Years ago, Jim Valvano gave a very stirring speech. In that speech he posed a question: How do we go from where we are now to where we want to be? He then answered the question by saying it takes three things:

  1. We must have an enthusiasm for life. There is nothing more exciting and full of enthusiasm than the students on the first day of school. The students bring an energy that is like no other. We as parents and staff must take that same enthusiasm, match it plus one, and continue it every day and all day long. 

  2. We must have dreams and goals. We have over 8,500 students that walk through our front doors on a daily basis, eyes wide open, and the world ahead of them. Dreams and goals are not something we are short of.

  3. And finally, We must be willing to work for it. I grew up in Stanly County, I know the work ethic that exists here. We are a blue-collared community that was founded and continues to exist based on a strong work ethic. We know how to roll up our sleeves and work hard when there is a job to do.

So, we must take our strong work ethic, combine an enthusiasm for life, and we will thus put ourselves in a position to ensure that every student reaches their dreams and goals. 

Welcome to the new school year,

Bill Josey

Superintendent

Student Transfer Appeal Hearings 2016-17

posted Jul 5, 2016, 1:39 PM by SCS Webmaster   [ updated Jul 5, 2016, 1:42 PM ]

In accordance with SCS Policy 4025, student transfer appeals that have been submitted to the Board for review will be reviewed on the following dates:


July 11, 2016  at 5:00 P.M. for high school appeals

July 12, 2016 at 5:00 P.M. for middle school appeals

July 13, 2016 at 6:30 P.M. for elementary school appeals.


All dates will be held at the central office of  Stanly County Schools, located at 1000-4, North First Street, Albemarle, NC. It is not necessary for parents/guardians to attend.  If you would

like to submit additional information for review by the Board, please submit it to  Mr. Mike Williams, Director of Student Services no later than Friday, July 8, 2016.   Those in attendance will be afforded three
(3) minutes to address the Board.

A Spring In My Step!

posted Apr 29, 2016, 2:15 PM by SCS Webmaster

Spring in my step.avi


Jumping Into Spring!

posted Mar 15, 2016, 5:47 AM by SCS Webmaster

Jumping Into Spring.avi


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