Stone-Robinson Elementary School
Stone-Robinson Elementary is an Albemarle County public elementary school providing pre-K through 5th grade. Scottsville is a part of the Southern Feeder Pattern and students from Stone-Robinson will attend either Burley Middle School or Walton Middle School and graduate from Monticello High School. As of September 30, 2017 Stone-Robinson has 448 students enrolled and employs 72 faculty and staff members. 
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Stone-Robinson Elementary was founded in 1961 through the combination of two existing schools, Overton School and Cismont School. After much discussion, the school was named Stone-Robinson after Mary L. Stone, matriarch to the family upon whose land Overton was situated, and Reverend Leslie Robinson, the rector of Grace Episcopal Church in Keswick. The school remained segregated until 1966.
Stone-Robinson is different from other county schools in that it possesses a soccer field, a 1/5 mile track, a double basketball court, two baseball fields , as well as two playgrounds.
The current principal of Stone-Robinson Elementary is Nicholas King.
The following is a list of people who have served as principal
|2015 - present||Kristen Williams|
|2010 - 2015||Nicholas King|
|2001 - 2010||Ashby Kindler|
|1994 - 2001||Laurie McCullough|
|1991 - 1994||Juliet Jennings|
|1979 - 1991||Charlie Simmons|
|1969 - 1979||Tom Cox|
|1965 - 1969||Clarence McClure|
|1961 - 1965||Anna Watson|
Stone-Robinson Elementary is located at 958 N Milton Road.
- Web. Student Demographics, School Fact Sheet, County of Albemarle, September 30, 2017, retrieved December 31, 2017.
- Web. Students, parents celebrate "making" at Stone-Robinson Design Challenge Night, Josh Mandell, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, April 25, 2017, retrieved December 31, 2017.