Congratulations Mr. Manring.
Due to road conditions Stockton Schools will be closed today Wednesday January 25th.
January 13th- Bus 17 is running behind this morning due to mechanical problems.
The dental van will be here January 17th and the 18th. Parents need to complete the information needed at the following link: https://ozarkschc.com/mfs-patient-info-form/
We’d like to welcome students and staff back to school starting tomorrow, January 3rd.
Stockton High School students,who met the qualifications, enjoyed a finals free trip to Andy B’s today. We had 47 students that earned final free status!
The Stockton High School Physics class designed a lab procedure for the high school physical science students. The lab was entitled “Does Mass Matter?” and it investigated the impacts of mass on objects falling and rolling down an inclined plane. The physics students spent their day helping the younger students understand the physical world around them. Great job!
Stockton High School has started a new Speech and Debate Program. Mr. Dempster is the sponsor and has already begun building the program. This past weekend, the team competed at Bolivar in their annual debate competition. In their first event ever, they placed 4th in two divisions, Novice Student Congress and Novice Policy. Hunter Connell earned 4th in Congress, standing out among 18 finalists, and Calix Daulton and Dakota Duncan tied for 4th in Policy. It was great to see their hard work pay off.
This is a reminder school will be in session this Monday through Friday. December 12-16
Our Stockton Middle School dance is tomorrow, December 9, in the cafeteria. 5th/6th Grade: 4:30-5:45 p.m. 7th/8th Grade: 6:00-7:30 p.m. Students must be present at school tomorrow, 12/9/22, in order to attend the dance. Students must also have no current missing assignments or have received OSS.
The middle school dance is next Friday, December 9. In order to attend, students must meet the eligibility requirements: - no current missing assignments - no OSS 5th/6th Grade: 4:30-5:45 p.m. 7th/8th Grade: 6:00-7:30 p.m. Admission to the dance is $3. The dance will take place in the cafeteria. Students have been notified of missing work this week by their teachers. If you have any questions about missing work, contact your student’s teacher prior to the dance on Friday.
Our 12 days of Christmas kicks off in the middle school this Wednesday, 11-30. The grade level with the highest percentage participation over the next 3 weeks wins a prize! 🎅🏻🎄
Thank you to the Community Foundation, the foundation gave the High School daffodil bulbs for planting around the signs out front. Our FFA students took advantage of the warmer weather and plated the bulbs yesterday. We are looking forward to spring to see the reward of this joint effort.
This is a reminder that school be in session this Monday and Tuesday. November 21st and 22nd.
High School Veterans Day Assembly
The high school culinary classes led by Mrs. Fields honored our veterans by serving an incredible brunch!
The high school art students’ tribute to our veterans.
ATTENTION STOCKTON SENIORS & THEIR PARENTS!!!! The school year is flying by and it's never too early to start preparing for graduation and all that comes with it. If you are interested in purchasing a senior ad for your student to put in this year's yearbook, please see the information below. You can also find this information online at https://www.jostens.com/.../students-and.../yearbook-ads. If you have any questions you can reach out to Mrs. Fidler at firstname.lastname@example.org. The group order for Senior cap & gowns will close Sunday, November 6th. After that date, the orders are considered as individual/late orders and the price will increase by appx. $20 per cap & gown unit. Please order by November 6th at our local website: www.thegraduationcenter.com to get the current pricing. The website will shut down for a short time, but will reopen and will reflect new pricing. Also keep in mind that other items may not be available or will be limited.
We had a great day in the middle school today! So fun to see our student and staff participation in the dress up day!
The 7/8th Teen Outreach Program (TOP) Club is hosting “Socktober” at the middle school as part of their community service learning activities. Advisory/homeroom classes, grades 5-8, will be competing to see how many NEW pairs of socks they can collect between now and November 1. (They will also accept gloves or sock caps.) The items will be collected and counted on November 2, and winners announced on November 3. The four winning classes, one per grade level, will receive special treats on Friday, November 4. The socks and other items will be distributed to those in need, across our district and community. 🧦 🧤 Help us help others! 🧤🧦