Leslie M. Stover Middle School

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  • Title One Written Procedures for Processing Parent Suggestions


    Title One Written Procedure for Processing Parent Suggestions

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      graphic for online tutoring

    The school year is winding down, and some students may find themselves in need of additional academic support. The South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) and the South Carolina State Library (SCSL) are partnering to offer free online tutoring services, provided by Tutor.com, to any student in South Carolina.


    In addition to tutoring in content areas, students may also drop off papers for review, seek help in test preparation, or ask specific questions about their work. The around-the-clock service is available seven days a week.

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  • AVID Students visit Winthrop University


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  • 8th Grade Dance 2022

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  • Rewards from Excellence Luncheon

    Rewards from Excellence Luncheon

    Awardees 2021-2022 List

    RFE Press Release 2022

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  • LEHS Link Crew


    LEHS Link Crew of Lugoff-Elgin High School

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  • Mardi Gras 

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  • Stover Middle School's Mission and Goals


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  • Camden Junior League Math Manipulative Grant



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  • Tigers Take Time to Care 

    Today students and staff at Stover Middle School were joined by students and staff from Doby's Mill Elementary School and Blaney Elementary School to celebrate their hard work collecting toys, canned goods, and money for families in Elgin and surrounding areas during this holiday season.  Principals Chantelle Baker (Stover), Nicole Kirkley (Blaney), and Assistant Principal Melinda Johson (Doby's) welcomed everyone, the Stover Middle Band played, Doby's Mill Choraliers sang two songs, Stover's Books for Blaney book club shared "Twas the Night Before Christmas" book, and the Stover ukulele and chorus club sang Jingle Bells.  Kindergarteners from Blaney and students from Doby's gave Santa toys to place under the tree.  

    Stover Middle raised $1000 in cash through their "coin wars" and 852 cans of food for the cause. 
    After the program, student council representatives and basketball players helped Mayor Emmons, Chief Anders and Ansley Champe, Town Clerk, load the collections for delivery.  


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  • S.C. Department of Education and S.C. State Library Announce Partnership to Provide Virtual Tutoring Support to South Carolina Students

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  • Tigers Take Time to Care 


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  • Stover Middle - Military Families 


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  • Stover Middle School's Wellness Walk 


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  • ELLevate Kershaw 

    Learn how to use Canvas to see students grades, 

    to use Immersive Reader to translate student pages, 

    Learn about resources in the community, ans 

    Take home free children's books

    ELLevate Kershaw

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  • Principal Message     

    Dr. Baker

    On behalf of the teachers and staff, welcome to Stover Middle School!

    Our staff of highly qualified professional educators and support personnel is committed to providing all students  many opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom. We invite and encourage students and parents to work in partnership with us.  You may also join our virtual PTO and SIC Meetings at any time.


    We look forward to a very positive and productive year together!  We extend a yearlong invitation to our families to join us at school activities and events whenever possible.  We want and value your involvement and support in your child’s education!  Your active participation is key to the success of your child during their middle school learning years.


    Please know that we highly value home-school communication here at Stover Middle School.  It is vital and plays an integral role in each child’s success.  We encourage you to contact us if and when the need arises.  


    We are on the PROWL to Success!


    Stover Matra

    We are POSITIVE

    We are Respectful

    We are Organized

    We are Wise

    We are Life-Long Learners


    Stover Strong

    Go Tigers!

    Leslie M. Stover Administration


    Dr. Chantelle Baker, Principal, Leslie M. Stover Middle School (6th grade administrator)

    Charisse Flowers, Assistant Principal, Leslie M. Stover Middle School (7th grade administrator)

    Wendy Hill, Assistant Principal, Leslie M. Stover Middle School (8th grade administrator)

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  • Measures of Academic Progress™ (MAP) Stover Middle School  Proud Title 1 School


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  • First Responders' Art Contest

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  • Canvas for Parents - Orientation

    Canvas for Parents - OrientationCanvas

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  • Well Visit and Vaccine Reminders 

    Well Visit and Vaccine RemindersDHEC

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  • AVID

    What's Going On In Our Classroom 


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  • Tutoring Options

    Tutoring OptionsTutoring Options

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    Student Mentoring

    Student MentoringStudent Mentoring

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  • School Improvement Council (SIC)


    School Improvement Council (SIC) Information

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  • 6th Grade Virtual Tours

    6th Grade ToursView our 6th grade virtual tour and information brochure:


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  • Delayed Start WednesdayDelayed Start Wednesdays

    Procedures and Expectations: To reiterate what the district office has already communicated, all transportation options will run at normal times, including buses and the car rider line. If your student is typically a bus rider and you prefer to bring them later, that is allowed. In regards to times, the doors will still open shortly after 7:00 am for the car rider line, and will remain open until 8:15 am. Students dropped off after 8:15 am will enter through the front doors, and get a tardy pass from the front office per usual procedures. Students' first class will begin promptly at 8:25 am. Please make sure all students are in the building to class on time. The students’ schedules, in regard to the order of classes, those will remain the same. If students arrive prior to 8:15 am, they will be directed to the following areas, 6th grade in the cafeteria, 7th grade in the gym and 8th grade in the band room. The academic procedures for those here at the normal time or who arrive before dismissal will involve a variety of activities. They need to have all materials with them. Students will work until 8:15 am, then we will start the process of releasing them to homerooms. We wanted to share with you an overview of how our procedures will work. Please reach out to administration with any questions or concerns. Thank you for your support.

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