About Stallings Elementary

About Stallings Elementary

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About Our School

Fast Facts

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does Stallings Elementary offer after school care?

  • Does Stallings Elementary have an AIG (Academically/Intellectually Gifted) Program and an EC (Exceptional Children’s) Program

  • If we have to make up a snow day on a Saturday, what would the school day hours be?

  • What does a two-hour delay mean when we have inclement weather?

School History

  • Our school opened in August of 2008. Stallings is known as the "Gateway to Union County," and is near Matthews and Mint Hill at the Mecklenburg-Union County line. The town is divided by Highway 74. Stallings was incorporated in 1975. The town currently has approximately 8,000 residents and many businesses within its borders.

    Stallings is named for Matthew Thomas Stallings and his brother Martin Stallings. They purchased the land in the area for timber and farming in the early 1900's. The first businesses in the town were a store and a sawmill. Until the 1930s, Stallings and neighboring Indian Trail were trading centers for cotton. In the 1950's, US Highway 74 was built and promoted growth of the area from the Union County border all the way to Monroe.

    The Town of Stallings has a park that is the site of Family Night and other town activities. The town also has its own police department. A variety of businesses, restaurants and grocery stores are also within the town limits. Stallings is very close to the I-485 beltway which makes it quite easy to get to Charlotte and it's surrounding areas.

Meet Our School Leaders

  • Laura Gaddy (Principal)

  • Harvey Bagshaw (Assistant Principal)

  • School Performance Director

  • Professional Advisory Council Representatives

School Documents