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Stoneybrook Elementary School is the only public elementary school in Stoneybrook, Connecticut and part of the Stoneybrook Public School District. Students from the elementary school would go on to Stoneybrook Middle School and eventually Stoneybrook High School.

General[]

Most of the BSC charges attend the the elementary school. It is in a neighborhood close to many of the BSC member, it is mentioned that sometimes they take their charges to play on the playground. Kristy, Mary Anne, Claudia, and Mallory also attended Stoneybrook Elementary as children.

The school has a newspaper that Charlotte Johanssen describes in Graduation Day. She puts a copy in the time capsule. On page 1 are announcements and the schedule of after-school activities. Page 3 is field trips, Page 5 is news from the classes, and on the back page are lunch menus for June. On page 6 of the June edition is the essay Charlotte wrote about Stacey McGill.

Location[]

It is not known which street it is on, but it is probably in the non-ritzy part of Stoneybrook because David Michael has to take a bus to school every morning when he moves into Watson's mansion in the ritzy area on McLelland Road.

The Barrett/DeWitt Family home is on Chestnut Drive, which is close enough to the school for the kids to walk to the playground. The school is around the corner from a barbershop. It is a short distance from Bradford Court and Slate Street. Kimball Street is somewhere between SES and Stoneybrook Middle School. The Pike Family walks from the school across Burnt Hill Road down to their street.

Events[]

The school sponsors Pens Across America, a national pen pal program for second to fifth graders. The kids write to students at an elementary school on a Zuni reservation in New Mexico in Dawn and the Big Sleepover. There was a food and clothes drive to send to the Zuni reservation when the school and some homes caught fire. There was a lot of money raised.

In Stacey the Math Whiz they host a math fair for second grade and up. Several of the Pikes, the Braddocks, Charlotte Johanssen, the Barrett/DeWitt Family, Sophie McCann, and Bruce Cominsky.

In Jessi's Baby-Sitter, they hosted a science fair. There's also a science fair mentioned briefly in Mallory and the Trouble with Twins.

In Claudia and the First Thanksgiving, just the third grade class puts on a play called Alice and the Pilgrims. It gets censored and then the kids are forced to put on a new version of their play.

Jake Kuhn's class made their own time capsule in Graduation Day. They had put in a lunch menu, a program from an assembly, school newspaper article, and some of the work they've done to show that they've been studying.

Students at the school were making displays for Stoneybrook Public Library in Graduation Day.

The day before Heritage Day, the school hosted an old fashioned picnic for the students and their parents on the grounds of the Stoneybrook Historical Society. On Heritage Day historical games and food and even dress up in historical clothes in Mary Anne and the Secret in the Attic, the actual event was hosted at the school.

They host a crossword competition in Claudia and the Genius of Elm Street. Joseph Nicholas represented the fourth grade, Nicole Ficaro for fifth grade, and Rosie Wilder for third grade.

The movie “Little Vampires” is filmed here in Kristy and the Vampires on their baseball field and in the gym.

Students at SES tried out for parts of the Stoneybrook Middle School production of Peter Pan in Starring the Baby-sitters Club!. They were used to play as the natives of Neverland and the Darling children (besides Wendy).

Clubs/Activities[]

Play-by-Play is an after school club, where kids put on plays and learn all about theater. It's mentioned in Karen's Big Fight. They put on Winnie-the-Pooh in Karen's Big Fight. David Michael Thomas played Piglet in the production. After Heather, the girl playing Pooh, had to drop out of the play. David Michael got her part. The next production is going to be The Wind in the Willows.

In Graduation Day, Charlotte Johanssen lists homework help, arts and crafts, music appreciation, softball, creative writing or something special like Puppetry as after school activities.

Also see: Kids-Can-Do-Anything Club

Staff and Administration[]

  • Ms. Reynolds (principal)
  • Ms. Stotler (principal - M#11)
  • Mrs. Swallow - librarian (SS#11)
  • Mrs. Randolph (nurse)
  • Mr. Peterson (janitor)
  • Ms. Handy (janitor)

Teachers[]

Kindergarten[]

First Grade[]

  • Mr. Bowman (mentioned in #6)

Second Grade[]

Third Grade[]

  • Mr. Rossi (#27)

Fourth Grade[]

Fifth Grade[]

Unknown Grade[]

Mr. Barnes is likely the same Mr. Barnes that Mallory Pike had, since he's the teacher Mallory had two years prior. However, it's still unknown.

BSC's Old Teachers[]

It is unknown if the teachers that the BSC had when they were young, are still teachers at the school.

  • Mr. Eccles (Claudia's second-grade teacher)
  • Mrs. Jeffries (Mary Anne's second grade teacher)
  • Mr. Barnes (Mal's fourth grade teacher)
  • Ms. Ellison (Mary Anne's fourth grade teacher)
  • Mrs. Jameson (Claudia and Kristy's fourth grade teacher)
  • Miss Packet (Claudia, Mary Anne, and Kristy's first grade art teacher)
  • Mrs. Frederickson (Mary Anne, Kristy, and Claudia's first grade teacher)
  • Mrs. Kushel (Claudia, Kristy, and Mary Anne's kindergarten teacher)
  • Mrs. Colquiet (Claudia's third grade teacher)
  • Ms. McCarthy (Mal's third grade teacher)

Students[]

Kindergarten[]

First Grade[]

Second Grade[]

Third Grade[]

Fourth Grade[]

Fifth Grade[]

Unknown Grade[]

  • Barry
  • Emma Pape (#39)
  • Tess Werner (#39)
  • Rob Hines (#44)
  • Charlene (#44)
  • Johnny (#44)

Trivia[]

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