Success Takes Everyone

From The Principal
Tiger Paw

Greetings Scott Teays families!  Isn't it wonderful that Spring has sprung?  We're looking forward to more outside play days than inside, from here on.  With Spring comes busy evenings and weekends spent at the ballfields, an opportunity to play outside longer each evening, and of course, sleepy heads arriving at our doors many mornings....staff included!!  For us at STE, we will remain focused on finishing the last nine weeks academically strong, with a continued focus on reaching academic goals set at the beginning of the school year.  I know how hard it is to find the perfect balance once spring arrives, so I thought I would include in this newsletter a good support piece on "Happy Kids."  I hope your spring is wonderful... and happy!  As always, if there is anything I can do to help

Congratulations and Best of Luck Ms. Raines

Ms. Raines has been named the principal of Poca Elementary School for the 2017-2018 school year.  While we wish her all the best in her new journey, her presence will certainly be missed in the hallways of STE.  Ms. Raines has been a friendly face and helpful hand to all she has encountered during her time with us, and we have undoubtedly been blessed by her level of dedication to the students, staff, and parents the past two years.  We trust that she will go on to do even greater things as she takes on this new role.  THANK YOU for everything Ms. Raines!  We love you, and don’t forget… “Once a Tiger, Always a Tiger!”  

New Assistant Principal for the 2017-2018 School Year

Ms. Raines successor, Monica Roberts, was approved by the Putnam County Board of Education last evening and will assume her role when we return in August.  Mrs. Roberts comes to us from Hurricane High School.  In addition to her most recent assignment as a special education teacher at Hurricane High School, she brings with her over twenty years experience in elementary education in Putnam County.  We look forward to welcoming Mrs. Roberts this fall! 

~ Mrs. Isaacs