About Stonehedge Elementary School


Amanda Simmons:  asimmons@westgenesee.org; (315) 487-4633

Assistant Principal

Deborah Ratcliffdratcliff@westgenesee.org  (315) 487-4633

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Stonehedge Elementary School is nestled in the heart of a lovely Camillus neighborhood. Our campus has expansive lawns and playing fields that surround and separate the West Genesee District Office Building at the north end, West Genesee Middle School at the south end and our school in the center.

Stonehedge Elementary School opened in 1962 as a kindergarten through grade 6 facility. Our two story addition was opened for the 1967-68 school year. A capital project brought major renovations in 1994. Since that time, our Buildings and Grounds Department has kept our facility well maintained. The district has invested in state-of-the-art instructional technology for every classroom. Presently, Stonehedge has approximately 700 Kindergarten through Fourth Grade students. The building is led by Mrs. Amanda Simmons, Principal and Ms. Deb Ratcliff, Assistant Principal.

The exceptional faculty work together to make Stonehedge Elementary one community, where all students feel a sense of belonging and experience success every day. The faculty and staff strive to maintain a positive learning environment that is focused on high expectations for students and their growth in the skills, knowledge, sense of responsibility and respect necessary to be successful students and citizens.

Stonehedge Elementary is also fortunate to have an active and supportive Parent Teacher Association (PTA).  Our PTA sponsors many programs for students including character education assemblies, cultural programs, guest authors, an enrichment program, family activity nights, and Pick A Reading Partner (PARP).

While being the largest elementary school in the West Genesee School District, Stonehedge remains proud of its “small school feel.” An environment which remains strongly close knit, inclusive, and supportive of all who work and learn within its walls.