As a MU Extension Nutrition Associate, Mrs. Janet Fox visits classes throughout the year. She has been working with SES 3rd graders on Thursdays in January. They have learned about the six nutrients, balanced plate choices, label reading, and the benefits of physical activity. Today they discussed menu choices at fast food restaurants and had a fun taste test between fat free vs regular foods. Most students didn't have a preference! Thank you Mrs. Fox for helping us learn how to make healthier choices!
The guidance office has been working on getting scholarships organized. We have them scanned and posted online so students can edit them on the computer. This link shows all scholarships listed in order by deadline. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10OrtIOJrkSfaDAQJMwWr-thiD6QjlhlNwoQnuJU89Kc/edit#gid=0 Check the 'Scholarship Tips' inside the folder that is linked below. An electronic version will allow students to use a pdf editor to fill them out. https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1ujXdpDrAc4oBglE1q1PYhljWbI-TeGWu
Thursday - January 23rd- Bus 17 is running approximately 10 minutes late.
Due to predictions of icy roads at commute time in the morning we will cancel school at Stockton R-1 and the Exceptional Pupil Cooperative for Friday, January 17.
This is a message from Stockton Schools. Due to a flat tire, bus 18 is running approximately 30 behind normal schedule. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Middle School 2nd quarter grade cards are now available for parent pick up in the Middle School office. All grade cards not picked by parents will be sent home with the students on Friday. Thank you.
Our scholarship wall is filling up! Senior parents- if you would like to receive email notifications when a new scholarship is available, please send your name and email address to email@example.com.
The Stockton Tigers Basketball Camp for grades 1-6 has been postponed due to a winter storm warning. It will be held February 15th.
We have collected several jackets this year that have been left behind. They will be laid out in the elementary and middle school cafeteria until the end of the day Tuesday. After this, they will be donated. Feel free to come look or have your child ask to look for their jacket.
Stockton High School held its annual Poetry Out Loud Recitation Contest on Wednesday, January 8th. Poetry Out Loud is a national arts education program that encourages high school students to learn about great poetry through memorization, performance, and competition. Beginning at the classroom level, winners advance to a school-wide competition, then to regional and state competition, and ultimately to the National Finals in Washington DC where they compete for $100,000 in prize money. Approximately 375,000 students from more than 2,000 high schools nationwide took part in the Poetry Out Loud competition last year. This year, 11 SHS students competed in our school-wide contest. Winners were as follows: 1st place - Tyler Johnson, 2nd place - Aaron Bradshaw, 3rd place - Katelyn Thornton. Tyler Johnson will represent SHS at the regional competition at the Creamery Arts Center in Springfield next month. Attached is a photo our 3 winners.
Mrs. Price's Third Graders spent a few minutes discussing the One Word Challenge and choosing a word they want focus on in 2020. Check out their video here: https://youtu.be/rkUmva5HYMQ
Check out the link for sights and sounds from the wonderful Christmas Carnival at SES Friday morning. This was filmed during the 3rd - 4th grade session. https://youtu.be/su9uZki5G_E
SES had Kids Day, where students in Mrs. Rains's middle school classes present lessons, activities, and researched topics to the younger K-4 classes. Classes visited rooms that included Life in the 1800s, Christmas Foods from Around the World, Hurricane and Tsunami Scavenger Hunts, Nintendo vs Sega, Yellowstone's Geysers, Medieval Weapons, a Christmas themed obstacle course, and an Escape Room.
This is a reminder that Stockton Schools will dismiss at 12:30 on December 20th. School will resume on January 7th.
Happy Holidays everyone! We will be having our annual Breakfast with Santa in the Elementary Cafeteria on Friday, Dec 20th. Parents may purchase a breakfast and eat with their students. Say hi to Santa and have breakfast! Santa will be there from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM.
Middle School members of the Tater Taco Toaster Strudel (TTTS) Teen Outreach Program (TOP) Club were treated to an end of semester reward party today. Students enjoyed a free buffet lunch at Simple Simon’s, and played a fun Christmas gift game that helped test the listening skills they’ve worked on during some of our lessons during the semester. The reward party also served as a celebration to recognize the students for their hard work and participation in several Community Service Learning (CSL) projects this semester, such as volunteering during Halloween in the Park, making Veterans Day cards and treat bags for soldiers overseas, and making homemade Christmas ornaments for the nursing home. Thank you, students, for a job well done! TOP Club will resume on Wednesday, January 8, 2020.
Dec 18th- bus 4 is running 15-20 minutes late this evening.
There will be no classes at the exceptional pupil cooperative in Bolivar on Wednesday, December 18.
Middle School TOP Club members…please don’t forget to bring in your permission slips on Wednesday, Dec. 18, for our end of semester reward party at Simple Simon’s! TTTS members will be gone during lunch and advisory, and will NOT meet after school on Wednesday. Merry Christmas! -Ms. Eslinger & Ms. Chambers
Due to inclement weather, there will be no school at Stockton schools on Tuesday, December 17th.
Happy Holidays everyone! We will be having our annual Breakfast with Santa in the Elementary Cafeteria next Friday, Dec 20th. Parents may purchase a breakfast and eat with their students. Say hi to Santa and have a delicious Opaa! breakfast! Santa will be there from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM.
This year our local SAMA is helping local families this Christmas. In order to support SAMA and these families, we will be doing a hat and jeans day this Thursday (December 12th).
Janet Fox Nutrition Program Associate Family Nutrition Education Program University of Missouri Extension Cedar County visited Mrs. Laurie Primm’s and Mrs. Christy Fields' classroom to talk about nutrition and healthy eating. The students were able to make nutritious snacks and get recipe to take home. Best part was eating what they made!
This is a reminder that the elementary Christmas Concert is this Thursday (December 12th) at 6:00 pm in the Middle School gym. This is for 3rd and 4th grade students only. The preschool students will also be performing.
This is a message from Stockton Schools. Middle School and Elementary Christmas concerts are next week. Middle School concert is Tuesday, December 10th and Elementary concert is Thursday, December 12th. Both concerts are a 6:00 p.m. start time. The newspaper has a 6:30 start time which is incorrect. Start times are 6:00. Thank you.
Reminder that the SHS Music department will perform their Winter Concert on Sunday, 12/8, at 2:00 pm in the high school gymnasium.
Congratulations to the varsity boys basketball team for their 52-42 victory over Pleasant Hope in the Dennis Cornish Classic at Lockwood. The boys play again at 7pm on Friday night vs Lamar. The varsity girls will be at the Ash Grove Tournament and play Crane at 7:30.
Please see the attached letter for a survey for the four-day calendar at Stockton R-1. You can access the survey here https://forms.gle/sCYXhDDG7Q1QAkw7A Only one survey per family is needed. Thank you!
Happy Thanksgiving from 2nd Grade! Second Grade had their own Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Tuesday. Students read the book Balloons Over Broadway which tells the story of Tony Sarg, puppeteer and parade originator. Students made their own character balloons and paraded through the hallways. So fun!
"Who are you thankful for?" Our Custodial Staff, Maintenance, Grounds, and Security! Adrian is thankful for Rockin' Rod because he brings us food, cups, and plates. Paul is thankful he asks us questions when he visits and we get to raise our hands. Malachi is so thankful for Super Scott because he brings us food. Ava is thankful he brings food, plates, and forks, chocolate milk, and a snack. Mrs. Crawford’s class is thankful for Mr. Barns, Mr. Morton, Mr. Drake and Mr. Lonnie for delivering our meals each day! They also take out our trash. 'I am thankful for Mr. Caudle, Mr. Rod, and Mr. Scott because they protect our school and keep it looking great!" ~Cannon "Thank you to Miss Deedee for cleaning our classroom so we can learn each day!" ~The Preschoolers Thank you Miss Rosie and Miss Holly! "I am thankful our rooms always smell great!" "We love your fist bumps and how you take care of our teachers!" ~Mrs. Delozier's Class
"Who are you thankful for?" "I'm thankful for volunteers from the Stockton Christian Church. They came to help cover the lunch period so the elementary teachers could enjoy a duty free lunch." ~Said every single elementary teacher on Tuesday! "I'm thankful for Mr. Joe Schmidt (SCC volunteer). When we chant "Do the floss," he'll do it every time he visits us at lunch!" ~Said every single elementary student at lunch on Tuesday!
"Who are you thankful for?" "I'm thankful for Dr. Crawford because he is nice and he helps us make better choices.' ~Ryeder "I am thankful for Mr. Crawford because he doesn't give up when he faces challenges!" ~Jenna "I'm thankful for Dr. Crawford. He's a great principal. He helps us so we can learn what is good and what is not. You can always go to him if you have a problem." ~Lexie "Dr. Crawford doesn't expect us to be perfect. Just to do our best. "
Congratulations to the varsity boys and girls basketball teams for their victories tonight. The girls will play for the championship of the Fair Play Tournament at 8:00pm on 11/27. Come out and support all the Tiger teams this basketball season! GO TIGERS!
Has your phone number changed recently? Please keep the school informed of updated contact information. You can call our office to do this.
Miss A. Bland’s class is learning all about the history of the first Thanksgiving! They explored the differences between Thanksgiving then and Thanksgiving now, played “draughts” and “knots and crosses,” wrote with quill pens, made Native American headbands, created miniature Squanto men, wrote with Native American symbols, and many more fun activities!!
If you are interested in ordering Butter Braid products this year, please contact Mr Manring. Although the band did not do the Butter Braid fundraiser this year, due to popular demand the opportunity to order will be available on a smaller, limited scale. Once again please contact Mr Manring if interested
Tomorrow SHS will have its Global Fest activity. Students will be showcasing the cultures, customs and other interesting facts from 18 countries that they have researched. This is a student led activity that allows our students to gain information and knowledge about other countries in a different manner.
This preschool classes have been studying the Thanksgiving story. Students made butter, a vest, headbands, hats, necklaces, painted with feathers, and enjoyed making Oreo cookies into turkeys. They were very thankful for the feast the cafeteria sent on Wednesday, and all of the helpers from high school who visited.
Students in Mrs. Johnson’s Biology class are using Quizlet Live to review for their Meiosis test. Any student can access this material using this link: https://quizlet.com/join/HF8MNNCnf
HS students attended a campus tour at Crowder College in Neosho yesterday. They were able to visit different departments they were interested in.
The Tiger Band and Band Boosters have an interesting and unique fundraiser in the High School Commons tomorrow, November 23! Custom Fundraising Solutions, based on Springfield, will display about two dozen varieties of mattresses from 10 am to 5 pm, and take orders for delivery based on your needs. Brands include Simmons and Malouf. First-quality products, not factory seconds, at a greatly reduced price. This is not a high-pressure sales event...we simply want to offer something that each household needs at some time or another, and the products are worth a look to come in and browse at your leisure. The band receives a portion of each sale, which we will allocate to activities later in the school year. Cash, debit/credit card, checks accepted. Financing available, and our late date for this before the end of the year delays payments to 2020. Free delivery takes place within the next three weeks. ($20-$30 fee for removal of an old mattress if you wish to have it hauled off.) Bedding, sheets, pillows, etc. will be on hand for purchase to take home that day while supplies last, then orders will be taken.
CORRECTION TO SCHOOL DISMISSAL DATES—- Stockton students will be in school November 25th (Monday) and 26th (Tuesday). Thanksgiving break will begin November 27th. SCHOOL WILL RESUME ON DECEMBER 3RD not December 2nd.
Reminder Stockton students will be in school November 25th (Monday) and 26th (Tuesday). Thanksgiving break will begin November 27th. School will resume on December 2nd.
Stockton Little Tigers Preschool has immediate opening for 4 year olds. Please contact staff at 417-276-5143 ext 210 for more details.
Sometimes the teachers have as much fun as the kids at recess! ;) Elementary kids need to be bringing coats each day. The "feels like" temperature is checked before each recess time. If wind chill is above 32°, the students go outside. A big thank you to our custodians and grounds staff... They periodically gather up and wash sweatshirts and jackets left on the playground and other locations. Lost and found is located on the hooks in the cafeteria.
This is a message from Stockton schools and the Exceptional Pupil Cooperative in Bolivar. Classes are canceled for Tuesday, November 12th.
Tomorrow is the Veteran’s Day Celebration at Stockton R-1. Our first event will start at 9:00 am in the middle school gym. Immediately following this event, our Veterans are invited to a brunch at the High School. The High School will hold another Veteran’s Day event after brunch, beginning at 11:00 am lasting until 11:30. Please join us as we celebrate our Veterans!
The Daddy Daughter Dance scheduled for November 8th has been cancelled.
Basketball season is here!! Check out our fan store for Stockton Tiger gear. www.bsnteamsports.com Access Code: Henderson2 Proceeds go to the basketball program. Thanks for your support. Go Tigers!
The English I classes challenged their figurative language skills in a "Missing Poets Escape Room" last week! Students put their analytical and problem-solving skills to good use identifying the figurative language devices used throughout 5 classic poems. The final clue required students to match the poet with the poem by identifying the major themes conveyed through each poem. The Escape Room made for an excellent Halloween activity!
Congratulations to the Stockton Boys XC team for their 2nd place finish at the Class 2 District 7 at Warrensburg and qualifying for the State XC meet at Columbia on 11/9. Individuals making All District were Wyatt Colgrove (3), Colby Adams (5), Braden Postlewait (12). Shanae Potts also qualified for state finishing 8th in the girls race. Congratulations Tigers. Good luck at state!
Good Luck from the SES students to the Tiger Volleyball Team on Saturday in your sectional/quarter final games! Go Tigers! https://youtu.be/5wJ0DYDIKzs
Welcome to November! From pumpkin projects to "a-door-able" doors, SES was a wonderful place to be as we Welcomed Fall! Check out a slide show at the link: https://youtu.be/nKNkdOYtQg4
FCCLA sponsored a Halloween Costume Contest as a fundraiser. Categories were individual, couple or group. Winners are pictured: couple-Kaden Goodman and Sara Johnson (Nightmare Before Christmas), individual-Hope Hereford (Dorothy) and group-Jayla Thornton, Max Brown and Tyler Johnson (Forrest Gump characters). Also pictured is Mrs Fields, FCCLA sponsor (Red Riding Hood).
Bus 12 is running approximately 20 minutes behind this morning-10/31/9
Reminder: 9th Grade Starts the Registration Process The ninth grade is a great time for students to start the initial-eligibility process by registering with the Eligibility Center. The Eligibility Center recommends ninth grade student-athletes register with a free Profile Page at eligibilitycenter.org. Students should expect to spend 15 to 30 minutes to complete a Profile Page. If at any time the student wishes to play at the Division I or II level, they can transition to a Certification Account and pay the registration fee to begin the certification process. Students can find more information and resources about registering on the NCAA Eligibility Center How to Register page. If you have questions, please contact: Kevin Burns Stockton High School High School Guidance Counselor
Congratulations to the Lady Tiger volleyball team for their victory over Pleasant Hope in districts play. The Lady Tigers will play tomorrow night at 5pm.
The district became aware of a rumor that an elementary student had brought a gun to school. However, it did not come to our attention until after the school day ended. After investigation by administrators and the resource officers, it turned out to be a toy. This post is to: 1. Encourage everyone to report anything out of the ordinary to an adult in charge as soon as possible. 2. Reassure everyone there is no danger for this incident. 3. Remind everyone that toy guns, knives, etc. are not supposed to be brought to school. If anyone has any questions, please call my office on Monday. Shannon Snow
Congratulations to the SHS varsity XC team for winning the MLC race held at Fellow’s Lake on October 23. The Tigers placed 5 runners in the top 10. Medalists are Colby Adams-3, Braden Postlewait-4, Kyle Saulters-8, Wyatt Colgrove-1 (MLC Champion), and Jordan Albrecht-9. For the girls, Shanae Potts finished 2nd and Emma Black was 8th. In the middle school race,Tanner Mayfield finished 4th.
Students grades 3-6 got a chance to take part in Little Tigers Cross Country Day after school on Tuesday. Coach T and the team led them in warmups, a 1.8 mile run, and some core exercises. They did an excellent job and got a taste of what it would be like to be a Stockton Tiger Cross Country Team member in the future.
MS 1st quarter grade cards that were not picked up during parent teacher conferences are available in MS office. All grade cards not picked up by Friday will be sent home with students. Thank you.
Coats for kids are available through the Assembly of God Church. Any Stockton students that needs a coat can return the form to the school. Please note that the family will need to pick up the coat at the Stockton Assembly of God Church on November 15 from 1 pm-7 pm or November 16 from 9 am-3 pm. Thank you to all those involved for providing love and warmth for our students!
SHS Bass Fishing team has been assisting with the Webb Outdoors Elite Championship Tournament being held this weekend on Stockton Lake. Webb Outdoors made a special monetary donation to the club for their help and appreciation. Thanks Webb Outdoors for your support of our fishing team! Final weigh-in will be held tomorrow at 4pm in high school parking lot.
A big thank you goes out to Hammons Emporium for donating two $10 gift cards to the high school Student Council to reward the best dressed boy and girl for homecoming spirit week. Thanks for supporting our school!!
Just a reminder that Parent Teacher Conferences are Monday, October 21st from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Middle School and High School are drop in format. Elementary are by appointment. First quarter Middle School grade cards will be available for pickup in the Middle School office. Thank you
Congratulations to the Stockton XC teams for their finishes last night in the Warrensburg Invitational. The jv boys team finished 2nd and the varsity boys finished 3rd. Pictured are individuals who medaled. In the jv race, Kaden Goodman was 3rd, Max Brown 9th, Kyle Elkins 10th, and Koleson Millard 16th. In the varsity race, Wyatt Colgrove was 9th, Colby Adams 13th, and Braden Postlewalt 20th.
Reminder: Oct 18 is Senior Night for members of the football, band, and cheer teams. Seniors and their parents will be announced at 6:30 prior to the football game. Oct 21 is Senior Night for members of volleyball, cross country, and girls golf teams. Seniors and their parents will be announced at 6:00 pm prior to the volleyball game.
The volleyball match between Stockton and Willard in the Lori Endicott Invitational will be broadcast live on Willardtigers.net Saturday morning. This will be an audio broadcast which can be listened to in archived format anytime after the match by going to the website. Game begins at 8am.
Stockton XC teams were dominate at last nights meet in Pleasant Hope. Pictured are medal winners from middle school girls Phoenix Angell, varsity girls Shanae Potts (2nd place), and varsity boys Wyatt Colgrove (1st), Kyle Saulters (7th), Braden Postlewait (4th), Tyler Johnson (13th), Dakota Duncan (11th), Colby Adams (3rd), and Jordan Albrecht (6th). Not pictured are middle school boys Matthew Williams and Tanner Mayfield.
Middle School Book Fair Check out the E-Wallet & Online Options! https://www.scholastic.com/bf/stocktonmiddleschool3
Picture re-take day is October 9, 2019. If your child was absent, is new to the district or you were unhappy with your original photos please plan on having their photo taken. If you were unhappy with your students photo you'll need to return your purchased photo package on re-take day. If you would like to order your re-take photos the elementary school online order code is 40336T. The middle school online order code is 40341C and you can order at https://inter-state.com/
Mrs. Hillsman and Mrs. Kiley's preschool class enjoyed learning about spiders this week. They stretched spider webs and made spider hats. They enjoyed the book Miss Spider's Tea Party with cookies and punch. Thank you high school friends from the child development class for all your help with the fun and learning!
Free ACT for Juniors March 24, 2020 Must sign up by December 6, 2019 Sign-up on the Guidance Bulletin Board outside the Nurse's Office ACT No Writing
Just a reminder that lunch balances are getting pretty large. At Stockton, we want to keep providing meals for students and avoid “lunch shaming.” However, we have several accounts with well over $100 balances. If you believe you may qualify for free or reduced lunches, please return the form to your student’s office.
This is Stockton Schools with a reminder that students will be in school this Monday, September 23rd and will not have school on Friday September 27th.
Preschoolers appreciated having a visit from Rod Barnes, Scott Morton, and veterinarian Dr. Cramer. Mr. Barnes and Mr. Morton had a great lesson on tractor safety. Dr. Cramer brought a dog and a goat and gave the kids the opportunity to listen to their heartbeats. Thank you men for sharing info about your jobs along with farm science and safety.
SHS students who attended Boys and Girls State over the summer were recognized at the American Legion luncheon on Sept 18. Students left to right are Seth Webb, Hayden Saathoff, Kassidy Dalton, Parker Fox, and Jackson Daniels. Thanks to the local American Legion Post 230 and the Ladies Auxillary for their continued support of our high school students in enabling them to have outstanding real world experiences outside of Stockton.
Over 400 students, grandparents and family members visited the elementary Tuesday evening to celebrate Grandparents Night. They got to meet teachers, get classroom tours, paint rocks, purchase used books and enjoy hotdogs and playtime on the playground. Thank you grandparents for coming and always supporting SES.
Parents: Remember to send in those forms for the 2019 Cheerleading Clinic! The deadline is fast-approaching!! If you’ve misplaced the form, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Go Tigers!
September 20th is the deadline to sign up for the October 26th ACT. See the guidance office if you have questions.
Our Middle School teachers have created Teacher Pages for students and parents to keep up on the latest news and assignments from their classes. They are located on our website by going to Menu - Teacher Pages. https://youtu.be/XL_jjdfixkI
7th and 8th grade progress reports went home with students today. 5th and 6th grade progress reports will start on Sep. 24th. Thank you.
Due to low numbers Stockton High School will not be giving the ACT on Saturday, September 14. The students who were registered should be notified by ACT through email.
Shout out of appreciation to the SHS Gym Boosters for the purchase of new volleyball poles, nets, and padding for the high school volleyball program. New nets, pads and poles were also purchased for the jr high program through Sertoma and Stockton Schools. Thanks to everyone who supports our school programs. Go Tigers!
On Monday, 8/26, the 1st faculty professional development day of the new school year, Stockton faculty and staff had the opportunity to hear Mr. John Antonetti speak on “The Power of Student Engagement.” Mr. Antonetti is a nationally recognized speaker and author on various educational topics. He is also a former teacher and administrator in Arkansas. Lunch was provided by Sgt. Doug Dixon, the local recruiter for the Army National Guard.
Stockton R-1 is looking for a Para-Professional for the 2019-2020 school year. The applicant must obtain a Substitute Certificate or the Para-Pro. Applications can be found in the central office or on the Stockton R-1 school website. Please return applications to the central office.
Just a reminder - parents must drop off medications directly to the school nurse. Students cannot carry medications to school.
Scores from last spring's grade level assessments, grades 3-8, are now available. The results may be picked up in the Elementary and Middle School offices. Test results not picked up at this time will be distributed during Parent-Teacher Conferences.
Stockton Little Tigers preschool has a few spots open for students who are 4 years old. Please call 276-5143 ext. 210 for information.
Thanks to all of the parents who pre-registered and visited with our bus drivers during open house and had shot records available. It has made the first morning of school so pleasant for the kids.
There are currently 33 seniors who do not have immunization records on file. Students without immunizations or religious or medical exemptions will be sent home and counted absent in accordance with RSMo 167.181. The Cedar County Health Department is holding a shot clinic today. Please call for an appointment 276-6416 or 876-5477.
Open house for all buildings is this Friday, August the 9th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Preschool open house will also be Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The first day of school is Tuesday, August 13th. If your child does not have updated shot records that cannot attend school.
The Cox mobile clinic is set up the the circle drive in front of the elementary. They are doing free sports physicals and immunizations today until 3 pm. No appointment is necessary.
The first Tuesday and Wednesday of school you may walk your child to the classroom using the cafeteria doors. Starting Thursday- If you would like to walk your child to class please park in the circle drive and check in with the office , Also- Today is the last day for registration at the elementary. It is from 7:30-4:00 ( we will have a lunch break and not be available from 11:00-11:30) This is held in the cafeteria. Parents will fill out enrollments forms these days so that open house is more enjoyable and less stressful You will need to bring: Updated shot records Proof of residence if you are new to district We will not discuss transportation at this time. It will be discussed during open house
Registration for all elementary students began today. It will continue Tuesday and Wednesday. It is from 7:30-4:00 ( we will have a lunch break and not be available from 11:00-11:30) This will be held in the cafeteria. Parents will fill out enrollments forms these days so that open house is more enjoyable and less stressful You will need to bring: Updated shot records Proof of residence if you are new to district We will not discuss transportation at this time. It will be discussed during open house
Mark your calendars: Registration for all elementary students will be August 5-7 7:30-4:00 This will be held in the cafeteria. Parents will fill out enrollments forms these days so that open house is more enjoyable and less stressful You will need to bring: Updated shot records Proof of residence if you are new to district We will not discuss transportation at this time. It will be discussed during open house
Please remember to have proof of immunizations at enrollment. Proof of immunization status is required for school attendance. You can obtain immunizations with your primary care provider, or with the local health department You can contact the local health department at 276-6416. If you do not have the proper immunizations your child will not be able to start school.
Please remember to have proof of immunizations at enrollment. Proof of immunization status is required for school attendance. You can obtain immunizations with your primary care provider, or with the local health department You can contact the local health department at 276-6416
Mark your calendars: Registration for all elementary students will be August 5-7 7:30-4:00 This will be held in the cafeteria. Parents will fill out enrollments forms these days so that open house is more enjoyable and less stressful You will need to bring: Updated shot records Proof of residence if you are new to district We will not discuss transportation at this time. It will be discussed during open house
The offices of Stockton R-1 schools will be closed from July 1-5th. The superintendent’s office will be open on July 8th. Individual building offices will open back up on August 1st.
Next week (July 1st-5th) the administrative will be closed. The phone system and Powerschool will also be down intermittently due to upgrades. Thank you
The Stockton R-1 Board of Education meeting will be held on June 26th at 6:30 pm in the superintendent’s office. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/384629/June_2019_agenda.pdf
Students gathered to watch a simple machine build at SES Summer School this afternoon. Check out the video to see how we celebrate the success of our classmates. https://youtu.be/jIW2txkDr3Q
The Stockton R-1 Board of Education meeting scheduled for this evening has been cancelled. We will post the make-up date soon.
Attention Summer Journey Parents: Today your child will be bringing home an attendance verification letter and a parent survey. All students that return the survey will receive a prize from the office. Also, address verification sheets were sent home last week. Address changes have been made, please let us know if further changes need to be done. Thank you.
Reminder CARE mobile is at the school today. Immunizations and sports physicals can be done.
The CARE mobile unit will be here Thursday instead of Wednesday. There is still time to make an appointment. Contact Nurse Karen at ext. 222 for questions.
The CARE Mobile Unit is scheduled to be here June 12th. If you are wanting to utilize this service paperwork needs to be turned in to Nurse Karen today by 3pm. If you have any questions call Nurse Karen 276-3315 ext 222
Summer Journey - Art with Aptitude. 4th/5th graders in Mrs. Crabtree's class have been learning about various art forms and techniques. They designed their own hats last Tuesday. Later in the week they learned "batik" and made their own fabric design. Next week they will be dyeing their fabric. Follow up photos will be shared once they are complete.
The CARE Mobile will be here on June 12th. To make an appointment call the school nurse 276-3315 ext 222. Immunizations and sports physicals will be offered. Please note 8th grade students, 12th grade students, and Kindergarten students most likely need booster immunizations. Those immunizations will be required for school attendance in the upcoming school year. Contact Karen Collins if you have any questions.
Just a reminder that Stockton R-1 summer school/Summer Journey starts Tuesday, May 28th. Summer school times are 8:00 am to 3:25 pm. All students need to report to the elementary cafeteria in the morning. Cafeteria doors will open at 7:20. Breakfast will start serving at 7:25. If your student has not enrolled they can still do so on Tuesday. Attached are updated bus routes with times. We are excited about next week!!
Look Who's in the Spotlight!...and a peek into the "SES Teacher Retirement Home" 🤪 Our last day activities included performances from some talented students and fun teachers. Check out the video at this link: https://www.magisto.com/int/video/LV4YZgMBCjlrRA1hCzE?l=vsm&o=a&c=c
What a great way to end our 2018-19 school year! Check out this link for some SES Color Run Fun: https://www.magisto.com/int/album/video/fiIuA01eSEkrKi8PYnZLAn4?l=vsm&o=a&c=c
Second day of the Senior Class Trip. Visits to the St Louis City Museum, Cardinal Nation Restaurant, and the Zoo. https://photos.app.goo.gl/gzQbhstwJhNuMUbw6
Friday, May 17, is our annual Stockton Elementary Color Run! This is our 4th quarter celebration for students who have met the Tiger Pride Expectations for the quarter. Please send students to school in clothes and tennis shoes that can get dirty/stained. We have had good luck with the coloring coming out of clothes, but we hate to take any chances! Also, send students to school in white or light colored shirts so the colors stand out! Please contact your child's teacher if you DO NOT want your child to participate in this event for any reason! We are so excited to celebrate another AMAZING year at Stockton Elementary
May 16th -Today and tomorrow is registration for students attending preschool during the 2019-2020 school year. Please stop by the preschool to register your child.
Several links have been updated on our website for next school year. You can view them by going to our website, choose menu and expand public links. www.stockton.k12.mo.us
Tomorrow, May 16th, is the Middle School Summer Launch/Reward Day. Students will be outside part of the day. Please have students dress appropriately for outdoor activities and bring sunscreen. Lunch will be provided by our local VFW.
Friday, May 17, is our annual Stockton Elementary Color Run! This is our 4th quarter celebration for students who have met the Tiger Pride Expectations for the quarter. Please send students to school in clothes and tennis shoes that can get dirty/stained. We have had good luck with the coloring coming out of clothes, but we hate to take any chances! Also, send students to school in white or light colored shirts so the colors stand out! Please contact your child's teacher if you DO NOT want your child to participate in this event for any reason! We are so excited to celebrate another AMAZING year at Stockton Elementary!
Come enjoy our last day activities. This Friday is the talent show starting at 8:30 and the Color Run will begin at 10:30 for students who have met the Tiger Pride expections for the quarter.
Stockton Little Tigers Preschool is looking for a para-professional for the 2019-2020 school year. The individual must meet one of the following criteria: 1- Two-Year Associate Degree in Child Care/Education 2- Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™; 3 - 60 college hours with a minimum of nine college credit hours in early childhood, child development, or child/family related courses and experience working in a program with young children and their families. All applications can be turned in to the elementary office or mailed to 906 S. Street in Stockton, Mo 65785 Applications can be found at www.stockton.k12.mo.us or you can pick them up at the school.
Reminder- The rescheduled track and field day will be Tuesday May 14th. This will be for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. 3rd and 4th will begin at approximately 8:00. 5th grade will start at approximately 12:00. There will be a short break during the morning so that our students can celebrate our graduating seniors around 10:00 am. Every year they revisit the halls of the elementary and are celebrated by our students.
Optimist Club Bill Green Memorial Education Grant Winners We would like to congratulate Alison Burns and Angela Pitts for being selected as the winners of the Optimist Bill Green Memorial Education Grant in the amount of $500. This scholarship was not recognized at the annual senior awards ceremony. The Optimist Club has raised money for several years now to recognize our students for scholarships. We appreciate them very much. Congratulations to these young ladies.
There's been some sneaky secret keepers at SES this week. Student leaders (and perhaps a few helpers) planned a "Reverse Tiger Pride Assembly" for the elementary teachers and staff. They were presented awards from students! Teachers also had to "come to the carpet" for a read aloud. Beautiful art work was created and displayed as students sang their version of "What a Wonderful World (School)." Even Dr. Crawford played his guitar and sang! Thanks kids for making the assembly so special!
Stockton School District is doing and hat and jeans day fundraiser for Mrs. Matson and her family tomorrow May 9th. This is a message from the Matson family: Sam Matson is 3 years old. He is strong and doing great right now. He has a brain tumor and spots down his spine. Doctors are taking great care of him. We are asking for prayers; otherwise, we have been so blessed to have our needs met. Thank you so much for your prayers and encouragement during this time. The Matson Family
Seniors and senior parents: lunch charges must be paid before graduation.
The May 8th Track and Field Day has been postponed to Tuesday May 14th due to weather.
The elementary plans to have track and field day as scheduled, Wednesday, May the 8th.
The elementary will still be having track and field day Tuesday May 7th. We will notify you Tuesday evening if Wednesday has to be changed due to weather.
Stockton high school athletes performed very well today at the district track meet! Athletes qualifying for sectionals are: Both boys and girls 4x800 meter relay (both 1st)and 4x400 meter relay (girls 4th and boys 1st) teams. Sammy McGyre in both disk (2nd) and shot (3rd). Cody Shepard in pole vault (4th) Jason Bradshaw in triple jump (1st) and long jump (2nd). Kyle Saulters and Bryson Coulter in the 800 meter run (1st and 4th respectively). Bryson Coulter in the 1600 meter run (1st). Tyler Adams in the 3200 meter run(1st). Taylor Householder in the pole vault (4th). Kaitlyn Creek in javelin (2nd). Shanae Potts in 3200 meter run (4th). Luella Bradshaw and Sarrah Hottes in the 800 meter (1st and 2nd respectively). Boys finished 2nd overall! GO TIGERS!
Crumpled Classics, this years MS/HS play, will show tonight and tomorrow in the HS Gym at 7pm. Adults $5.00 and Students $2.00.
This is a message from Stockton schools. There are numerous road issues this morning. We have told our bus drivers to attempt to reach all bus stops. Bus drivers may be a little of schedule this morning. If your road has problems, consider bringing your child to school.
Need sports physicals or immunizations? The CARE Mobile Program is coming to Stockton. The first date they will be here is May 9th. Call Nurse Karen to schedule appointment or if have any questions ext. 222. You can find more information through this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-NphsICUZ1CpL_KSdY7euLTeSxlyJ-_P/view?usp=sharing
Please keep our high school softball team in your thoughts and prayers. Their bus was rear ended on the way to softball districts this afternoon. Parents have been notified, and students and coaches have all been transported to area hospitals for minor injuries and to be checked out just to be safe.
HS Softball District games today (Monday, April 29) are being moved to Jasper HS. - Liberal fields are to wet to play on today Game schedule at Jasper HS Today is as follows: *3 pm: Stockton vs. Bronaugh *4:30 pm: Jasper vs. Golden City and Lockwood vs. Greenfield -they have two fields
Shout out to Senior Kate Brown. On April 30-May 1, 2019, students from every state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands will come to Washington, DC to compete in the 2019 Poetry Out Loud national finals, an opportunity to win a grand prize of $20,000 and the title of National Champion. The semifinals (April 30, 9:00am-8:00pm ET) and finals (May 1, 7:00pm-9:15pm ET) will be webcast in their entirety. Good luck, Kate! Go Tigers! You can watch the live webcast at this link: https://www.arts.gov/national-initiatives/poetry-out-loud-national-recitation-contest/webcast-national-semifinals-and-finals-April30-May1?utm_source=ArtMatters+April+2019&utm_campaign=April+2019+ARTmatters&utm_medium=email
The 8th grade 4x400 relay team set a new record last night at the El Dorado track meet. Their first place time was 3:59.77 breaking the old record by 3 seconds. Team members are Dakota Duncan, Colby Adams, Braden Postlewait and Jay Baxter. Also setting new records were 7th grader AJ Scott in the 100 and 200 meter dash, and 8th grader Christoffer Dearman in the 200 meter dash. The thrower’s relay was also won by Stockton. Team members are Hunter Connell, Heston Garver, Summer Kenney and Bell McGuire. Great job Tigers!
Jr. H Track meet today at El Dorado Springs will have Field Events beginning at 3:30 pm and Running Events at 4:15 pm.
If you peeked into our third grade science class today you might find.... https://youtu.be/q-z5h5mWQvY
This is a reminder that students will not be in school Friday, April 19th. School will start back Tuesday , April 23rd
MS Map testing begins next week. Middle Schoolers put together a video of fun tips to take the test! https://youtu.be/wHT0NnS3jXk
Preschool enrollment is May 16th and 17th. If you know a child that will be 3 or 4 years old during the 2019-2020 school year contact 417-276-5143 ext 210. Four year olds are placed priority in the list.
April 11, Bus 13 will now be approximately 45 minutes delayed. Sorry for the inconvenience.
April 12th- Bus 13 will be running approximately 15 minutes behind.
Thursday April 11th is a busy night on the Middle School and Elementary campus. There will be a home softball game, home Jr. Track meet, and a 2nd grade PTO meeting. Please arrive early as parking may take a little longer.
Parent Meeting for Class of 2019 Senior Trip There will be a Parent Senior Trip Meeting on April 10th @ 6 p.m. in the HS Commons. In this meeting we will discuss trip itinerary, trip policies, required paperwork and answer any questions you may have. If you have any questions please contact Keli Vaughn at the following 417-276-2943 or email@example.com We look forward to seeing you there.
This is a message from Stockton R-1 reminding everyone that school is in session tomorrow, Monday April 1st for a make up snow day.
Today- March 29th The HS Track meet today at Ash Grove is cancelled. - no rescheduled date as of now The HS Baseball game today at Mt. Vernon is cancelled. Rescheduled for Monday, April 29, 2019 - at Mt. Vernon - 4:30 pm start - Varsity and JV games The HS Softball game today vs. Strafford - at Strafford - is cancelled Rescheduled on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 - at Strafford - 5 pm start
Mighty Might Cheerleading information will be sent out the week of April 1st. Contact Jamie Cahill 276-1356 or Afton Graham 808-0723. This is for girls going into third grade next year through 6th grade.
Stockton Senior Class of 2019 Trivia Night We will NOT be having Trivia Night next week. Sorry for any inconvenience, but we did not have enough interest.
Tomorrow is picture day for Stockton Elementary and Middle School. All elementary students will be in their class group pictures. Individual pictures will be taken of students with payment packets or online payments. The web address and order codes for each school are included in the photos if needed. Pack those smiles!!!
Congratulations to the math team for taking 2nd place overall at the MLC Math Contest last night. Rose Yeghikyan placed 2nd in the individual open test and Samuel Bryant placed 3rd in the Geometry Team test. Great Job!
Second grade is in desperate need of 10 shoe boxes. Does anyone have any they could spare for our diorama project? We need them ASAP. If you have any, please drop them off at the elementary office. Thank you!
Tonight the Stockton Community Teachers Association is hosting a Stockton R-1 Board of Education Candidate Forum at 6:30 pm in the high school library. Come out and meet the candidates. Refreshments will be served.
Stockton Senior Class of 2019 Trivia Night Please join us for a fun night of trivia, food, prizes and laughs in order to raise money for senior trip this year. Please notify Keli Vaughn by this Friday, March 22nd if you are interested in submitting a group of no more than eight people. Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 417-276-2943
This is a message from Stockton R-1 reminding everyone that school is in session tomorrow, Monday March 18th for a make up snow day.
3rd Grade's Idita-READ/MATH was a wonderful finale to a multidisciplinary unit on Alaska's Iditarod Race. Students traveled in teams from checkpoint to checkpoint, working together though review questions, and following many Iditarod rules. They also LOVED a special visit Missouri Mushers Nick & Joy Weis and one of their dogs, Oso. They told them about their experiences and training with sled dog racing and canicross. Check out the video link for more pics : https://youtu.be/VBJBxchxH7Y
Congratulations to SHS senior Aaron Merrick. Aaron was recently selected to the Missouri Scholars 100 program. This program recognizes the state’s top 100 academic seniors. Selection is based primarily on a formula using the student’s grade point average and their ACT or SAT score. Each student has to meet criteria of an “academic decathlon” which includes 10 events designed to ensure the academic strength of the student. Way to go Aaron!
Middle School Book Fair will be April 2-8th. CHECK OUT the new E-Wallet option! You can watch video and set it up from this link. http://www.scholastic.com/bf/stocktonmiddleschool3
March 12th- Bus 20 is running late due to high water
Congratulations to the following students for placing at the state weight meet held at Glendale HS on Saturday March 9th. Students are coached by Coach Hurley and Coach Flora. Students competed by weight class in 3 different events and scored according to each lift. Places and weight class as follows: Girls: Lauren Ford 3rd #145 class. Lauren also placed 1st in bench press in the #145 class. Boys: Matt Strait 4th #135 class, Samuel Bryant 7th; Cody Shepherd 3rd #145 class, Kyler Hall 4th; Trey Kos 12th #165 class; Wyatt Crume 10th Unlimited class Congratulations Tigers!
Middle School 3rd quarter grade cards are available for pickup in the middle school office this week during normal school hours. All grade cards not picked up will be sent home with students on Friday. Thank you.
March 12th- Bus 2 is running 30-40 minutes behind.
Senior Class of 2019 Trivia Night Fundraiser Please join us on April 3, 2019 for a fun night of various trivia, laughs, prizes, food and awesome silent auction items. Below is a flier with all the details. Hope to see you there. Please feel free to email or call Keli Vaughn for more information at email@example.com or 276-2943. Thanks.
Stockton Senior Class of 2019 Decal Fundraiser The Senior Class of 2019 is selling window decals in order to raise money for their senior trip. Non-personalized decals are $5. Personalized decals with your athlete’s name or jersey number are $6. Please contact Keli Vaughn if you would like to purchase a decal at firstname.lastname@example.org or 276-2943. Thanks.
Attention Stockton Senior Class of 2019 Below is information regarding senior video this year. If you have any questions please feel free to call or email Keli Vaughn at 417-276-2943 or email@example.com 2019 Senior Video Email photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org Basic Information: Deadline to submit photos is March 30th You may submit 10+ photos Photos will be accepted in the following format Digital Hard Copy (please label with name and year) Cost is $10 to purchase a video After payment you will receive a CD version of the video Please send song ideas that relate to senior year for the video Types of photos: Baby Elementary School Middle School High School Senior pictures Group pictures
Parent teacher conferences are Monday, March 11th from 11am until 7 pm. We would love to have 100% attendance by parents!
Kindergarten Screening for 2019-2020 is April 15th and 16th. If you have a child who will be 5 years of age by August 1st they are eligible for Kindergarten. Please contact Julie Gumm at 417-276-5143 ext 331 to schedule a time. Your child cannot be screened without an appointment. You must have shot records and birth certificate. Please help spread the word.
Due to potential weather issues, Monday School for middle and high school students on March 4th has been cancelled. Thank you.
Prom is just around the corner! This year’s prom will be held at The Venue on April 13th. Students from Stockton High School (Grades 9-12) who are attending prom (whether you are a junior/senior or underclassman) must have their dues up to date before March 15th. Just as a reminder, dues are $50 per year for freshmen, sophomores and juniors and you only pay for the years you have attended Stockton High. If juniors or seniors are planning on a guest for prom (this includes out of town and/or Stockton underclassmen) they must pay the $100 fee by March 15th. If you have questions regarding what your student owes in class dues feel free to contact Keli Vaughn at 276-2943 or email at email@example.com *Please submit all class due and/or guest fee payments to Keli Vaughn in the HS Library.
This is a note for parents- please be aware of what your students are watching on social media and you tube. Innocent shows are being interrupted by inappropriate commercials. Some of these shows are designed for students as little 2 years old. At this time this is not happening in the classrooms. Students are coming to school talking about them. The latest is the MoMo challenge. Please encourage your kids if they need to talk about this to talk to an adult and not other kids. Take the chance to become familiar with these types of viral attacks against our youth.
This is a message from Stockton Schools. There will be no school today, Thursday, February 28th. The day will be made up on April 1st.
February 25th- Bus 20 is running 10-15 minutes behind
This is a reminder that Stockton schools will be in session tomorrow, Monday, February 25th as a snow make up day.
Below is a list of important dates and/or deadlines for Senior Class of 2019. If you have any questions please feel free to call Keli Vaughn at 276-2943 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
District Music Festival is March 4th and Stockton is hosting, so tomorrow will be made up on Monday, March 18th. Sorry for the mistake.
This is message from Shannon Snow, superintendent of Stockton Schools. With so many ice covered back roads, there will be no school on Tuesday, February 19th. The day will be made up on Monday March 4th.
There will not be Monday school detention tomorrow for middle school and high school students.
Stockton schools will release at 12:30 pm due to weather.
With the potential for mid-day bad weather on Friday February 15th, early release is a possibility. Please be prepared with a plan.
Stockton High School senior Kate Brown took 1st place at the National Poetry Out Loud Southwest Missouri Regional competition held last night in Springfield. She will represent the Southwest Region, as one of ten state finalists, at the State Poetry Out Loud competition on March 14 in Jefferson City.
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. Please drop off all valentine gifts or flowers for the high school at the library door located on the south end of the high school front parking lot. There will be a sign to identify the drop off location. Thanks for your cooperation.
Seniors searching for scholarships? Find them all in our newly designed scholarship display. Thanks to Mark Jones for building this great addition for our counseling department.
Reminder - Valentine’s Day parties are this Thursday- February 14th- from 2:30 to 3:15 at the elementary. Please remember the circle drive needs to be clear for our busses. See you there!
We have several dates available for our WatchDog program. Call or stop by the elementary office to sign up to spend a day being a hero.
The assembly with Juvenile Officer Jeremy Ruddick has been rescheduled for February 14th. Middle School will be at 10:00 am. High School time is 10:45.
Unless weather conditions change overnight, we will have school tomorrow. It will be very cold, so please make sure students are dressed appropriately. If busses are running late, we will post updates on this app and our Facebook page.
The 4th grade science fair will be Tuesday February 12th at 5:30. The 4th grade PTO meeting will follow and start at 6:00
The HS Girls Basketball game tonight (2-7-19) vs Clever is postponed. Rescheduled for Friday, February 8, 2019 - at Stockton - 4:15 pm start NOTE: We also play HS Boys vs Clever on Friday, February 8, 2019 - at Stockton - new schedule of games beginning at 4:15 pm: Varsity Girls, followed by JV Boys, followed by Varsity Boys
Correction - The PTO performance Thursday- February 7th for “Fourth” grade has been postponed and rescheduled for a later date.
I have just talked with the National Weather Service and the forecast for morning does not look promising. We are getting reports of freezing roads in the southwest part of the district already and projections for morning include lots of ice. Therefore, we will not have school on Thursday, February 7th. The day will be made up on February 25th. Due to the late hour, the voice call will not go out until morning. Please share!
Tonight is Elementary night at the high school. There is a boys basketball game. The games start at 6:00. Kids are free with their ticket and adults are $3 a piece. Please enjoy the game with your child, teachers are not available for supervision. Third grade will be singing the National Anthem. Students should arrive no later than 6:45.
Attention Stockton Class of 2019 Jostens will be at the high school on February 15th during 1st advisory to deliver cap /gown and other orders. Please check your balance at the following website: http://www.thegraduationcenter.com and have payment ready. NOTE: The only form(s) of payment accepted on February 15th will be credit card, money order and/or cash. Personal checks will NOT be accepted. If you have questions please call Senior Class Adviser Keli Vaughn @ 276-2943 or email at email@example.com
On February 7th, Jeremy Ruddick from the 28th Judicial Circuit will be presenting an assembly to the middle school and high school. Information to be discussed will include many current issues schools across the nation are facing including vaping, juuling, sexting, social media and human trafficking. Some content may be somewhat graphic as pictures and videos of physical injury along with the topic of rape and physical violence will be covered. He will also give an overview of the Juvenile Officer’s role and the Juvenile Court system. This presentation is solely intended to be informational and educational in its purpose. Parents are welcome to attend if they are available to do so. Middle School assembly will start at 10:00 am. High School assembly will be at 10:45. Please check in through the office. If parents do not want their student to attend the assembly, please contact the appropriate school office.
Next Tuesday, February 5th is Elementary Night at the high school basketball games! All elementary students will be bringing home a ticket/info page so they can get in free! The Tigers play Monett, Tumbles Gymnastics performs, and third graders sing the National Anthem. Come join the fun, cheer on the teams, and show you are #ProudToBeATiger!
This Is a message from Shannon Snow superintendent of Stockton schools. Due to extreme temperatures and dangerous wind chills forecasted for tomorrow morning, there will be no school on Wednesday, January 30. The day will be made up on Monday, February 4th Thank you and stay warm!
Stockton R1 School phone lines are working properly again. Thank you for your patience and understanding today.
Stockton R1 is experiencing phone line issues due to a fiber optic line which was damaged between Fair Play and Walnut Grove. Windstream and AT&T are aware and working on the problem. If you need to contact the school please email the building secretaries until this issue is resolved. The school will post a message when the issue is fixed. Elementary school secretary- firstname.lastname@example.org Middle school secretary- email@example.com High school secretary- firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a look at these hard workers! The 3rd Grade Winter Garden Club is renovating the area into a multi-purpose garden/learning space. They received a generous Community Foundation Grant and have some amazing ideas! Since they are needing to stay within a budget and are big on reusing when possible, they wanted to ask if you have any of these items sitting in your garage or yard you'd be willing to donate: *Landscape timbers 8ft length *Bird houses *Shepherds hooks *Large outdoor thermometer *Rain gauge *Sundial *Black chalkboard paint If so, please email email@example.com or contact the elementary office. https://youtu.be/BKCWvwHQKNA
Garden club for 3rd grade is cancelled this evening- January 11th
Starting tomorrow, Middle School 2nd quarter grade cards and spring 2018 MAP results are available for pick up in the MS office. Those grade cards not picked up by Friday afternoon will be sent home with students.
High Schools 1st semester grade cards went home with students today. Spring EOC results will be sent home Friday.
Today our 4th graders became surgeons at the Whitesell Hospital. Their classroom transformation even included a surgeon name tag, face mask, and pair gloves for each student. After focusing on non-fiction text features this past week, they had to operate on their own patients (magazines) and find the text features that were needed before "stitching them up." Way to go 4th graders!
What do 27 third graders and 4 adult volunteers do at the end of the day on Fridays? They get to work! The third grade winter garden club is spending time each Friday redesigning and making the outside garden into a multi-purpose area that can be used for gardens, outside class projects, and learning fun. Be sure to watch for updates. They are dreaming big and willing to do the work themselves!
School will be in session this Monday December 17th. School will dismiss Thursday at 12:30.
Tonight is the Middle School Christmas Concert at 6:30 pm in the middle school gym. Doors will open at 6:00.
REMINDER: Classroom instruction at the elementary begins at 7:50. Breakfast is served from 7:20-7:45. If your child comes in after 7:45 they will not have time to eat a school breakfast. There is no charge for breakfast for all children.
Students, Just a Reminder: Tomorrow, December 11th, is Group Picture Day. Don't forget your club shirt!
Busses are running approximately 10 minutes behind today- December 7th.
Stockton R-1 investigates all concerns brought to us. If you have questions or incidents at school please contact us. Posting these situations on social media do not help us to remedy the problem.
Bus 2 will be running approximately 30 minutes late today December 5th
This is a message from Stockton R-1 Schools. School will be in session on Monday, November 19th and Tuesday , November 20th.
Meet the Players Night: Come out and meet the SHS boys and girls basketball teams on November 8th at 6pm in high school gym. There will also be a pie auction fundraiser. Go Tigers!
October 16th the SHS Ecology class taught by Mrs. Richner went on a “Grove to Home” field trip to Hammons Product Company where they toured the largest Black Walnut processing facility in Missouri and also Hammons Black Walnut Tree Farm: Sho-Neff Orchard where they learned about cultivars and seasonal cattle grazing in the orchard. The students learned about black walnut sustainability and stewardship in the industry along with sampling Black Walnut snacks and drinks. Thanks to the Cedar County Farm Bureau Promotion & Education Committee for providing transportation funding and drinks.
The send off for the state bound SHS Cross Country team has been rescheduled from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm on Friday, November 2. Go Tigers!
Reminder- If you park in the circle drive during parties today it must be in a designated parking spot. This will prevent our busses from being late. Parties start at 2:30.
Basketball- Meet the Players Night/ Pie Auction When: Nov 8. Where: HS Gym Time: 6 pm Events: Both boys and girls basketball programs will be hosting an intersquad scrimmage and a pie auction fundraiser. Thursday November 8. Come join us for basketball and desserts!
Mrs. Doeden's 2nd grade class is wishing the Tigers Good Luck in the Homecoming football game! #It'sGoodToBeATiger! Check out their cheer: https://youtu.be/x9Jsx4KmtKQ
Senior Night for Cross Country, Girls Golf and Volleyball is tonight between the jv and varsity games. Parents and seniors please be there by 6 pm.
3rd grade Parents Your child will be bringing home a form tonight. There will be an oral screening tomorrow morning on all 3rd grade students. You can opt out by sending this form back tomorrow to school. Only send the form back if you wish for your child to NOT PARTICIPATE in the screening. The Missouri Department of Health does this screening on random schools every five years. If you have questions you can call Nurse Karen. Children are given a toothbrush - tooth paste - and information on oral care for their participation.
Miss KBland's class knows #It'sGreatToBeATiger! Happy Homecoming Week and Good luck Tiger Teams and Tiger Band! https://youtu.be/L74glEswAus
Stockton XC teams finished 1st in the middle school boys, junior varsity boys and varsity boys meet held at El Dorado on 10/16. Medalists for middle school boys Colby Adams, Braden Postlewait and Dakota Duncan. Tammara Williams medaled for the middle school girls. JV medalists were Jordan Albrecht, Ben Page, and Caleb Mansel. Varsity boys medalists were Tyler Adams, Bryson Coulter, Wyatt Colgrove, Kyle Saulters and Kaden Goodman. Varsity girls finished 4th. Medalists were Luella Bradshaw, Shanae Potts, and Sarah Hottes. Great job XC teams!
Check out Mrs. Whitesell's 4th grade class! They are cheering on the XC, Cheer Squads, Volleyball, Golf, Football and the Tiger Band as they compete, celebrate their seniors, and enjoy their Homecoming Week activities! Video link: https://youtu.be/G0AaW_FDX58
Congratulations to Aaron Bradshaw for placing 4th in the freshman division of the Sprint Round on Saturday at SBU. He was 1st in the small school division. Also, congratulations to the team of Raelene Angle-Graves, Taylor Welch, and Jazzy Robertson for placing 1st in the team test in the small school division.
Tomorrow is the last First Saturday Circle Drive yard sale on the town campus. If you are interested In having a sale, spots are $15.00-first come/first serve basis. You can set up as early as 5am. All fees go towards the 8th grade Washing D.C. Field Trip next summer.
Stockton High School hosted the “Fishing University” program on October 6. The program will air on the Outdoor Channel, the Sportsman Channel, and the WFN-World Fishing Network in February. Fishing legends Ray Brazier and Charlie Ingram hosted the program along with other area members who work in the outdoors. The program’s emphasis was on the value of getting an education and outdoor careers that students can explore. Thanks to Stockton Area Chamber of Commerce and Bill Crabtree for setting up this opportunity for our students.
Both boys and girls basketball will be hosting a youth camp on Saturdays in November and December for grades 1-6. If you would like more information, you can contact Coach Derald Henderson or Jim Flora for more information. Cost is $10. Come join us! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1I90-BqTKXwY8xAgzrBrWCyAqLwl99P3wC_Fr85fKJog/edit
Today third graders became Pony Express riders delivering mail (which happened to be multiplication facts) from St. Joseph, MO to California. Check out the smiles on the video link... https://www.magisto.com/int/album/video/L3pwDENeSEkrKi8PYnZLBnk?l=vsm&o=a&c=c
Congratulations to the Black Walnut Festival student art show. Winners listed first to third place. First Grade - Cora Miesner, Lillia Bilyeu, Makinlee Vanderslice Second Grade - Caden Roberts, Lexie Dukes, Isaiah Lobdell Third Grade - Molly Matson, Gracie Steward, Jenna Black Fourth Grade - Peyton Hudson, Hayleigh Burres, Lexsys Whisler Fifth Grade - Lydia Bahr, Gracie Abercrombie, Katelyn Chism Sixth Grade - Easton Hubbard, Owen Garver, Austyn Shirk Seventh Grade - Gilberto Tapia, Ellie Flora, Ellie Flora Eighth Grade - Taylor Dawes, Taylor Dawes, Hunter Connell Art I - Jadzia Robertson, Josie Colgrove, Tanner Boyles Art II - Breanna Rodgers, Mikayla O'Conner, Carlie Yarnell Advanced Art - Taryn Taylor, Heather Faulkner, Caleb McLellan If you are at the park this weekend stop by the community building and view the wonderful student artwork.
Thanks to those who participated in helping the “community helpers” lesson a success today.