Welcome to Olive Stephens Elementary

Opened in 2008, our school is named after Olive Stephens, who served the town of Shady Shores as mayor for nearly four decades. We believe that ensuring high levels of success for all students requires a collaborative effort between staff, parents, students, and community members. We are thankful for the continued support of all of our stakeholders as we "build a community of learners for life!"

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  • Book Fair is here!

    Our book fair is open daily from 7:50 to 2:30. Wednesday night we will be open from 5:00 to 6:30. Friday morning join us for Breakfast with Books where adults get to shop with their students from 7:15 to 8:00. The fair will close at noon on Friday!

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  • New Kindergarten Registration May 2 and May 15

    Infosnap, the district’s online student registration system, is rolling out beginning Monday, April 21st for new students. Families of kindergarteners new to the district will be able to get assistance with the enrollment process for the upcoming school year at Stephens May 2, as well as the evening of May 15.

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  • Ginnings, Stephens students’ artwork displayed at State Capitol

    A pair of Denton ISD students from Ginnings Elementary and Stephens Elementary each had their artwork displayed at the State Capitol and Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin as part of the Texas Art Education Association’s Youth Art Month Capitol Celebration.

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  • Bulldog Buddy Events at Stephens

    We are hosting five mini-events this spring for our "Bulldog Buddies" who will be entering kindergarten in August. Please click the headline above for more details!

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