July 11th English 1
July 12th US History & Algebra 1
July 13th English 2 & Biology
July 14th Make-up day
All students must arrive by 8:30AM.
The Care Clawset caters to students who need the utmost basic supplies necessary for everyday living.
Shirts, pants, dresses, shoes, socks, etc.
Shampoo, toothbrushes, deodorant, feminine products, etc.
Pencils, paper, notebooks, etc.
These students may receive these items by putting in a request form that is readily available to all students
through the Stony Point High School website. They may also put in a request directly through the club
advisors or by filling out a physical copy of a request form that may be turned in to “mailboxes” that are
available in both the cafeteria and/or library. The Care Clawset believes that every student should have an
equal opportunity to be successful and that goal starts by getting students what they need to be able to
focus on such a goal.
DIPLOMA/TRANSCRIPT PICK- UP
Diploma pick up is June 8th – June 23rd or after July 11th
Diploma and transcripts pick up will only be available
Mondays-Thursdays from 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm.
Final transcripts ordered before May 20th will be available for pickup on June 15th
All obligations must be cleared before any documents will be provided.
Contact information: Michele Kinsler (512) 428-7020 or email@example.com
Summer School registration will be on June 6th & 7th from 9am to 2am and then 5pm to 7pm here at SPHS. Summer School runs from June 8 through July 8 and EOC retesting will occur July 11-15. Summer school runs Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Anthony Watson, Principal
Rachel Skov, Teacher
Kay Oliver, Teacher
Rita Wells, Teacher
Talal Zineddine, Teacher
Teresa Ballew, Teacher
Jesse Adams, Teacher
Teresa Blanton, TEacher
Theresa Schwake, Teacher
Becky Freed, Teacher
Kevin Johnson, Academy Specialist
LaKissa Bright, PTSA/Parent
Anne Berriman, PTSA/Parent
]Julie Olesen, PTSA/Parent
Isabel Casanova Johns, PTSA/Parent
Danielle Oskam, Senior Class President
Marshayla Dukes, Junior Class President
Reigna Johnson, Junior Class Vice President
Rameen, Razzaq, Senior Class Vice President
Fabian Cuero, Parent
Sonia Cuero, Parent
Before you Shop, Check the Dress Code as it will be enforced at Stony
Point High School.
Taking a few minutes to review the Round Rock ISD Dress Code might save you money spent on clothes that can’t be worn to school and keep your student from being called to the principal’s office. As noted in Board Policy, the principal is responsible for interpretations and enforcement of the dress code. To maintain the appropriate learning environments, principals are being asked to be more vigilant in ensuring that the dress code is followed during the 2015-2016 school year.
Please click on the link to review the registration requirements for all new students enrolling at Stony Point in the late Spring and summer. This document will also be included in the Registration packets for next year.