Stewart Elementary School
Stewart: Open House PDF Print E-mail

We're celebrating 75 years! We'd like to invite YOU to help us celebrate. Former Students, Former Staff Members, Community Members, EVERYONE is Welcome! Our open house will reminisce and celebrate the history of Stewart Elementary School. Highlights include:


· Tours of Stewart

· Timeline & Photos of Stewart History

· Stories and Videos

· Former Staff

· Enjoy Being Part of the Stewart Elementary Family!


Join us in the fun at Stewart Elementary School on Thursday, May 21 from 5:00 – 7:00 (come and go as you wish). We hope you can come!! If you plan to attend, we would appreciate your RSVP (319) 653- 3244. We hope to see you there!

Stewart: Citizenship PDF Print E-mail

It’s hard to believe Stewart had their final CHARACTER ASSEMBLY of the year. Pictured, the Peer Helpers are holding photos of citizens from the community. Students & staff were given clues to guess which citizen was being described. We then celebrated being TRRFCC kids of character with a song & dance. Mr. Jones was kind enough to allow a "pie in the face" at the end. What a fun way to wrap up our year!

Stewart: Spring Carnival PDF Print E-mail

The Stewart Boosters are pleased to invite you and your family to the Spring Carnival held on Saturday, Apr 25 from 10am- 2pm at Stewart Elementary School. There will be fun for everyone. Mark your calendar and plan to attend!

Stewart: Spring Concert PDF Print E-mail

Family and friends packed the Washington High School gymnasium on Thursday, March 26th to enjoy the Stewart Elementary Spring Concert. Students in alternative kindergarten, kindergarten, first & second grades all performed. The concert was directed by Linda Soukup. What a fantastic concert!

Stewart: Immigration Day PDF Print E-mail

Recently, 105 second graders boarded the S.S. Stewart to immigrate to America. Most students had very little money, so were forced to make the journey in the steerage part of the boat. They arrived at Ellis Island in New York. They spent time talking with various immigration officers, answering questions and hoping to stay in America (not be deported)! This activity followed a 4-6 week study of the immigration process. There were different “rooms” that students had to pass through in order to be allowed to stay in America: Baggage Room, Passport Room, Interview Room, Information Room & Medical Room. Students were asked various questions through every step of the process as though they were an immigrant 150 years ago. This activity is always a favorite and students learn a lot! Thank you to all the parents/ volunteers that helped on this day!


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