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- Stone Academy of Communication
- 115 Randall Street
- Greenville, SC 29609
- Phone: (864)
- Fax: (864)
Type of School: Public, Kindergarten through
J. Floyd Hall Administrative Center
301 Camperdown Way
P.O. Box 2848
Greenville, SC 29602
Phone: (864) 241-3100
Dr. William Burke Royster,
District Progress Report to the Community, 2012-13 (pdf
Principal: Edward P. Holliday
Number of Students: 585
Grades: 5-Year Kindergarten - Fifth Grade
Special Ed: 1 Self-Contained Class
1 Pre-School Self-Contained Class
Number of Classes: 26
(1 pre-school spec. ed, 3 5-k, 5 first grade, 4 second, 4 third,
4 fourth, and 4 fifth grade classes, 1 LD special ed)
Stone Academy Vision
independent stroke of every child’s brush, orchestrated by
teachers, praised by parents, and applauded by all in the
community, creates a masterpiece infused with unique beauty,
diverse experience, and vital essence. This infinite
palette is the legacy of the arts at Stone Academy; the
textures and colors our students will bring to the canvas of
About the picture:
Paint was allowed to accumulate on palettes used by every
student over the course of three years. Never scraped
or cleaned, they were grouped and mounted by art teacher,
Eric Benjamin, in the spring of 2003. The character
and depth of these palettes evolved over time, resulting in
a visual testament to the arts at Stone Academy.
The mission of Stone Academy of Communication Arts
is to prepare all students for a lifelong love of learning by
actively engaging students in a comprehensive, sequential, academic
program interwoven with the arts and enriched with creative problem-solving
experiences appropriate for all learning styles.
- Education should occur in a culturally diverse
- All students should appreciate and celebrate
- Cultural and social differences enhance and
- The school, the community, and the family
should work in partnership.
- The school should be supported by the home
and other community institutions to meet student needs.
- Each child can be challenged to reach his/her
- All children should have equal access to
the means, methods, and materials of education.
- All people should be treated with dignity
- All people should develop respect for self
- All students should learn to communicate,
compute, and solve problems effectively.
- All children should be educated to meet the
challenges of society. Appropriate assessment for different learning
objectives are an integral part of teaching. Assessment allows
a teacher to monitor and affirm students, thus guiding students
to develop concepts and problem-solving skills.
Students may enter the cafeteria
at 7:15 a.m.Bell
rings at 7:45. Students may report to classrooms.Second bell rings at 7:55. Students
should report immediately to class.Tardy bell rings at 8:00. Students
must be in their seats to avoid being tardy.Dismissal is at 2:30 p.m.
District Lunch Menu
(new menu with more healthy/fewer processed foods)
about school lunches and paying online.
The administration has developed a Crisis
Management Plan that includes safety plans for emergencies of many
types. Parents should note that should the school building
and grounds need to be evacuated for any reason students will be
evacuated first to Earle Street Baptist Church at 225 East Earle
Street or, if necessary to find an alternate location, to League
Academy at 125 Twin Lake Drive.