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Information Regarding the extension of the $1.3300 Special Operating Levy
for the Stanberry R-II School District at the
August 3, 2021 Election
For further questions, please contact Mr. Bob Heddinger, Superintendent
Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and
Continuity of Services Plan (SRCSP)
Stanberry R-II School District August Dates 2021-2022
July 31 - Aug 8: Dead Week
Student Registration for grades K-12 will once again be online! Parents of new students may stop by their respective school office between 8:30 - 3:00 anytime between August 16-18 to register your student or you may complete registration through the Lumens portal at home.The portal will open for registration on Monday, August 16 for all others. You will need to know your parent Lumen login information to access online registration. Don’t know your login information? No worries - Registration instructions and portal information will be mailed out!
Students grades 7-12 are still required to come to school during student scheduling times listed below to work with the counselor on any scheduling changes that may need to be made. Parents do not need to attend but are welcome to if they wish. If you are not able to attend, appointments are available upon request - email Karla McQueen at email@example.com or call (660) 783-2163 for an appointment if you would like to meet with her.
August 16-18: New Student and general registration questions 8:30-3:00 at respective offices
August 17: 9 am: 12th grade student scheduling
10 am: 11th grade student scheduling
1 pm: 10th grade student scheduling
2 pm: 9th grade student scheduling
August 18: 9 am: 7th grade student scheduling
10 am: 8th grade student scheduling
Elementary Open House 5:00-7:00 pm (NO registration will take place during this time)
JH Orientation (library) at 6 pm
August 25 First Day of School - Immunizations must be up-to-date!
The Stanberry R-II Schools and Character Strong believe that education should help to create young people who are competent academically and are also compassionate, empathetic, and kind. Our Character, like the muscles in our body, can get stronger with intentional, consistent practice. Collectively, we believe that the best way to make a difference in our school and community is to provide real, accessible ways to exercise our social-emotional skills.
People fundamentally want to BE good, but knowing how to do good can be a challenge. Character Strong helps the people in our school forge meaningful relationships, build a positive community, focus on social-emotional learning, and character development.
The Stanberry R-II School District challenges you to take part in the weekly posted Family Dares with your children. Together, we can teach our children to be the next generation of strong leaders in our community.