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2015 - 2016 FFA Officers Selected
The following students have been selected to serve as officers for the Future Farmers of America during the 2015 - 2016 school year: President: Hunter A., Vice-President: Afton J., Sentinel: Zac B., Secretary: Justin B., Reporter: Tori S., Treasurer: Abigail D. Congratulations to these students. They will be attending the Area Leadership Conference in October at the Russell County Government Center.
Things are Looking Up!
Things are looking up in Mrs. Gross' science classes.  University of Virginia student, Bowen Sun, demonstrated how to fly a small unmanned aircraft system known as a drone near the school's parking lot. Mr. Sun built his drone especially for the purpose of photography and video.  Students got a "birds eye view" of their school as the drone sent video from over 300 feet above.  Back in the classroom, students discussed the positive and negative aspects of this new drone technology.

New to EBSMS!
E. B. Stanley Middle School welcomes new faculty members for the 2015 - 2016 school year. Garrett Amburgey and Amanda Patterson will serve EBSMS in the guidance department while Amy Laws will be the new exploratory World Languages teacher. Lisa Mercer will be teaching sixth grade math while Jennifer Crumpton is the new English teacher in eighth grade. Former EBSMS Algebra Readiness tutor Courtney Turman will be teaching seventh grade Language Arts. Welcome to E. B. Stanley Middle School!

TSA Students Attend National Conference
The E. B. Stanley Middle School TSA chapter attended the 2015 National Conference in Dallas, Texas, from June 28th - July 2nd. The team placed 9th in Website Design, 4th in Geospatial Technology and Parliamentary Procedure. They placed 2nd in the competition of Structural Model. Three students finalized in individual parliamentary procedure testing: Jasper L. placed 2nd, Nathan L. placed 5th and Victoria C. placed 10th. "Designing Your Dreams" was the theme for the 2015 event.

Special Olympics Swim Meet
The second annual Washington County Special Olympic Swim Meet was held at the Coomes Recreation Center on May 1st.   Current and former students from EBSMS and AHS participated.  The opening ceremony began with Kristina M. singing the National Anthem.  The athletes competed both individually and as a team swimming in a variety of events. An awards ceremony was held at the conclusion of the meet with Mr. Kevin Worley of the Coomes Rec Center announcing the winners and handing out medals and t-shirts.  Thanks to everyone involved for making this day special!


We at E. B. Stanley Middle School believe that a successful school is an inviting, supportive, and safe place that promotes in-depth learning and enhances students' physical and emotional well-being. We strive to be a community of learners where each student, staff member and support person is guided by a shared vision and takes pride in belonging. We believe that a successful learning environment is one where both students and teachers are engaged in active learning.

Recognized as a VA School To Watch 2009-20


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Go to your nearest Food City store or register your ValuCard online at www.foodcity.com.

Shop, Scan & Save to earn valuable points for E. B. Stanley Middle School!

Register your Food City Value Card for EBSMS at the check-out counter.  The EBSMS identification number is 40899


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Earn a Varsity Letter
in Reading

To emphasize the importance of reading, E. B. Stanley Middle School students may earn an academic letter by participating in the Varsity Reading Program.  The award, a script letter, will be distributed at the end of the academic school year. 

Criteria for earning a letter:

  • Read 10 books & complete 10 projects
  • Create a detailed poster encouraging others to read
  • Obtain a Public Library Card.
  • Present a book talk
  • Promote a book to be displayed in the school's library.

PowerSchool Parent Portal will allow you to view your child's grades, attendance, teacher comments, and calendars in real-time on our website. Each parent/legal guardian will need to pick up the unique login and password for their student. The login and password may be picked up anytime from the main office.