Stokes-Beard attained a 98.9% passage rate on The 3rd Grade Reading Summative Assessment during the Spring administration period.
Honors & Awards
Ms. Kimberly Gardner was chosen Columbus Municipal School District Administrator of the Year. Ms. Gardner is the principal of the #1 ranked school in CMSD, Stokes-Beard Technology and Communications School. Ms. Gardner was recognized in Jackson for CMSD Administrator of the year.
Stokes-Beard received an accountability rating of “B” for the 2015-2016 school year. Stokes-Beard received the highest rating among schools in the Columbus Municipal School District.
“Stokes-Beard Spelling Bee Winners” Congratulations to our 2016-2017 Stokes-Beard Spelling Bee Winners and Runner-Ups. 4th Grade Winner: Latajah Frierson; 4th Grade Runner-Up: Kayden Mitchell; 5th Grade Winner: Shardia Johnson; 5th Grade Runner-Up: Akeria Hill We are so proud of these ladies and all that they accomplished. They will be outstanding representatives for our school in Read More »
Caught in the Act is a positive behavior incentive and character education program based on 4R’s – Responsibility, Respect, Responsiveness, and Resourcefulness. This program teaches students the importance of having good character. Responsiveness was the character trait highlighted for the month of October. The students honored for the month of September in grades pre-k to Read More »
Students who made the Honor Roll for the first nine-weeks grading period were honored on Thursday, October 20th. Congratulations honor students!
Stokes-Beard was highlighted in the media. Click on the links below to learn about the innovative things that are occurring at Stokes-Beard. http://www.cdispatch.com/news/article.asp?aid=52396 http://www.onenewspage.com/video/20160825/5389585/MidMorning-With-Aundrea-August-25-2016-Part.htmWatch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download http://www.wtva.com/news/local/Assignment_Education_features_Unique_Pilot_Program.html
A total of 96.8 percent of Stokes-Beard third-graders taking the reading assessment test that is now required for them to move into the fourth grade passed the test they took this school year. Statewide, 87 percent of 3rd graders achieved a passing score, according to a press release issued by MDE. Students need to score at least Read More »
The Kick-Off Celebration begins on Thursday, August 4th @ 7:00 A.M.