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Stewart Elementary School / Lubbock ISD
School nickname: Tigers
Address:
4815 46th St.
Lubbock, TX 79414
Phone: (806) 766-8944
School website.
Principal: Toni Hancock
Grades: K-06
Students: 428
Teachers: 32
Feeds: Wilson Junior High School
Academic Excellence Indicator System report.

Constructed in 1960, Stewart Elementary School features art, computer and music classes on a weekly basis. An after-school art club and choir also are available to students. Tutoring is offered two days a week.

Programs available to students include Accelerated Reader and a school-wide discipline program. Accelerated Reader rewards are given at the end of each semester, and students are rewarded for good behavior at the end of each six-week period. The discipline program is based on Character Counts principles.

Every classroom has at least two computers. Students in the fourth through sixth grades have access to a Macintosh for a writing lab and a Windows-based computers for other classroom activities. Students also have access to a lab containing 20 computers.

Special events held at the school include Grandparents Day, parent luncheons, Share-a-Book sessions at the recently re-carpeted library, and family nights at both Joyland Amusement Park and the Science Spectrum.

Parent participation in classroom activities is encouraged through the parent teacher association's volunteer program. The parent teacher association also sponsors educational brown-bag lunches for parents and students each month. The parent teacher association honors volunteers each spring at a banquet.

For a complete look at the state's report card for Stewart Elementary School click here.




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