Stone Elementary School

Please note:
(Returning)”Make sure you click (Complete 1a/1b/etc..) to complete the form”

If you do not have a login for returning students please contact us 989-399-5100

♥  Welcome Back  ♥

Orientation Presentation – Click Here

PICTURE DAY – October 24th – You can download our calendar at the bottom (+ GoogleCalendar)

Pizza Sale – Every other Tuesday

Pop Corn Sale EVERY Thursday – (1 time payment of 16.00 covers for a full year)

Absent/Late/Sick call Mrs. Bandy 989-399-5141 – – – Please a message 


Stone Elementary provides for students in grades PreK-6.

Mr. Joseph Wamback our school principal, along with 21 professional teaching staff members, and additional support personnel, including aides, custodians, and our secretary.

One of the most important factors in a child’s success in school is the involvement of parents and  guardians in the education process. Stone Elementary has a high degree of parental involvement. 96% of our parents attended our fall parent-teacher conferences, and 98% attended our spring conferences.

Latest News

First Day Back

Monday, August 29th

School Hours

8:30 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.


Pre-K - No School on Fridays

School Schedule

Check the Calendar Tab   located at the top


Mission Statement

The mission of Stone Elementary School is to create a safe, positive, and well-disciplined environment which is conducive to teaching and learning in which parents, community and staff work as a team to meet the physical, emotional, social and educational needs of the students.

   Creating positive human relations among staff, students, parents and the community.
   Recognizing various learning styles present in the classroom and providing instructional strategies which meet these needs.
   Providing strategies and programs for students to become productive citizens of a democratic society.
   Encouraging students to achieve academic and creative potential by utilizing critical thinking skills.
   Promoting self-discipline, independence and respect for school, self, and others.
   Raising student expectations and recognizing their accomplishments.