Stevens Primary School

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Welcome To Stevens Elementary School !

Thank you for visiting our school!

Stevens Elementary celebrated its 25th year as an elementary school in November 2005. Prior to the re-dedication, it stood as a junior high school from 1926 to 1976. We are proud of the facilities. Because of previously being a junior high school, Stevens enjoys a large auditorium with a stage, a full gymnasium, separate cafeteria, extensive library and a wireless facility for the laptop mobile lab.  Stevens is located at 1150 Louisa Street in Williamsport, PA. 

Enjoy the tour of Stevens Elementary School.

 

Louisa St entrance
view of south east playground

Louisa Street entrance- main entrance

northeast side- showing off our new landscaping

playground area- equipment plus a grassy play area

southwest corner retirement garden sign

northwest side- new landscaping part of a beautification project with PTA

retirement garden- sidewalk stones dedicated to past staff members

main entrance- the new sign and clock repair was part of the 25th celebration

signage first floor west first floor west

main lobby- please remember to sign in.

first floor east -check out the lockers !

first floor west- each student will have a locker!

gym art room cafe

a large gymnasium with soft flooring

 a large art facility including our own kiln

 a full cafeteria

Stevens Library

Thaddeus Stevens Library

Stevens Library

 

Stevens is proud of its heritage and will continue to translate into daily action the traditions of honor, self-discipline, and service fostered by the school.  Furthermore, it will strive to maintain and pass on its intangible spirit which shall enable successive generations of students, teachers, principals, and alumni, to be worthy of the greatest figure in Pennsylvania public school history – Thaddeus Stevens.

 

“…build not your monuments of brass or marble, but make them of everlasting mind.”

 

Last Modified on June 15, 2006
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