Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe

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Class Lists - 2014-15

      2014-2015 School Calendar

Parent Fundraiser: Click here to learn how you can help your child!

MEAP Information: Click Here

2014 District Reading and Math Packets: Click Here



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Soaring to the Expectations of the Future

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We are a Kindergarten through 5th grade Elementary School.

The Michigan Department of Education has designated Stevenson Elementary as a Michigan Blue Ribbon Exemplary School. The Blue Ribbon, the most prestigious education award in the state, distinguishes Stevenson Elementary for their excellence in leadership, teaching, curriculum, student achievement, parent involvement and community support.

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Sandra LaPerriere, Principal

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North Central Association
A NCA Accredited School

2010-2011 Student School Hours: 8:40am - 3:55pm

School Fax Number: 248-746-8945

PTA: Ms. Shawn Willis, President (248) 746-8950 ext 2710

After School Care 2013-2014

Southfield Public Schools has contracted with Champions Inc. to provide latch key care in all elementary and K-8 schools. Champions has over 30 years of experience serving children and delivering latch key programs that address family needs for a safe education based environment.

Latch key service is available all days that school is in session. Before school care is provided from 6:30 a.m. until the start of the school day at the rate of $5.00 per session. After school care begins at the end of the school day until 6:00 p.m. at the daily rate of $9.00. The registration fee is $50 per family.

Parents can obtain further information and register online at

Humane Society
Stevenson Elementary collected over $500 to give to the Michigan Humane Sociely!
All students that received good citizenship 2nd card marking were rewarded with an ice cream social!
Stevenson Students are collecting "Pennies for Pets." Michigan Humane Society director spoke to the students about animals at the humane society and ways to help them.
Southfield Police Office came out to talk to the students about safety tips and stranger danger.