Christa Price
Elementary Parents: We have a big (and fun!) week ahead! Be sure to check this out for Spirit Week, Drive in Title 1 Book vs Movie Night, and fall party day info!
3 days ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Congratulations to Andrew Worthington & Mary Laub for being Students of the Week at Stockton High for the week of October 13th to October 16th!! Go Tigers!!
5 days ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton High School Spirit Week
5 days ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Kim Schmid
Feelin' Groovy Fall Book Fair is here! There's a few new things for this year's fair, please read below! *Online shopping starts TODAY! Follow the link to our homepage below and you can start shopping the fair! *Dates: October 27th to November 3rd, full schedule is posted on our homepage, just click the link below. *Due to social distancing, this fair is only open IN PERSON to students, teachers, and school faculty. *We now have a VIRTUAL 360 FAIR! Since only your child is allowed in person, Scholastic has created a fun, easier way to shop the fair. Click our homepage below, click Virtual 360 Fair, and you will be able to enter a book fair room, browse the shelves up close, and even click on books to read more about them! Orders placed will still benefit our school and ship directly to your house. *Sign your child up for eWallet! eWallet offers you complete control of funds that your child can spend at the fair-you can add or take away funds and set limits. Any money not spent automatically goes back to your card. It's a fantastic way to make sure your child doesn't lose money you send with them. When you sign your child up for eWallet, I will automatically see their wallet on the register and their funds will be available. You don't need to send them with anything or print anything! Click the homepage link and scroll down to the bottom to eWallet to sign up. It's set up in just minutes! *The new Diary of a Wimpy Kid "Off The Deep End" book is available for pre-order at $9.99. Your child can purchase the book at the fair, and I will deliver it to them as soon as they are shipped to the fair. They SHOULD have them before the fair ends, but sometimes it's shortly after. *When you browse the Virtual 360 Fair and see something you want me to set aside for your child, feel free to text me at (417) 955-1437 and I will do my best to accommodate anything you need! *We will be practicing social distancing and using face masks, handwashing, and hand sanitizer throughout the fair. Our goal is to keep your child safe and still bring the joy of the fair to them! OUR HOMEPAGE: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/stocktonmiddleschool Thank you all so much! Happy Fall!
5 days ago, Kim Schmid
Stockton High School
The HS boys cross country team placed 1st in the Mid-Lakes Conference meet. The HS girls and both JH teams finished in 3rd place. Great job! Good luck in districts next week.
6 days ago, Stockton High School
Christa Price
A big, BIG thanks to Loving Stockton, an outreach of the Stockton Assembly of God Church! These notes have been sent home. Forms are due this Friday. If you have questions, a contact number is on the form.
6 days ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Congratulations to Lathan Farwell and Stella Bahr for being Students of the Week at Stockton High for the week of September 29th to October 2nd!! Go Tigers!!
6 days ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton High School
Congrats to Jenna Rickman for finishing 16th in the State at the state golf meet! A great accomplishment. Way to represent Stockton.
7 days ago, Stockton High School
Stockton High School
Congratulations to the Stockton FFA Grasslands team for placing 2nd at the Eldon Grassland Evaluation Contest. Way to fight through the nasty weather and represent Stockton well!
7 days ago, Stockton High School
Stockton High School
Good luck Jenna, at the State Golf Meet today! We are proud of you!
8 days ago, Stockton High School
Stockton High School
Congratulations to the High School Volleyball team for their second place finish in the Stockton Tournament. Great job!
10 days ago, Stockton High School
Kim Schmid
Thank you P.I.C. (parent volunteers) for helping with our 1st Quarter Reward Day in the middle school!
10 days ago, Kim Schmid
Christa Price
SES Students of the Month for classes in grades 3rd - 4th Grade
11 days ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
SES Students of the Month for classes in grades PK- 2nd Grade
11 days ago, Christa Price
Kim Schmid
Middle School 1st Quarter Reward is tomorrow! Snacks and fun in the morning and concession stand open to purchase goodies in the afternoon!
12 days ago, Kim Schmid
Kim Schmid
If you have middle school students, I am ready to be "wowed"!
12 days ago, Kim Schmid
Robert Bolte
Middle School Parents: Today is the last day of 1st quarter. Parent-teacher conferences are Monday, October 19th, from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. In-person conferences will be available at this time with a drop-in format. Masks are required if you are entering the building. Teachers will also be available to hold conferences by email or by phone. Please contact the individual teachers if you need to communicate with them if you cannot attend Monday in person. 1st quarter grade cards will be available for pickup in the MS office on Monday. Grade cards not picked up will be sent home with students on Tuesday, October 20th. If you have any questions, please contact the MS office.
12 days ago, Robert Bolte
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Congratulations to the following students of the week: September 25 - 29, 2020 Blake Strickland & Vella Crawford October 6 - 9, 2020 Layne Colvin & Danielle Davidson
13 days ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Robert Bolte
Elementary and Middle School picture re-take day will take place tomorrow, October 14th. Any student who was absent on September 3rd will need to have their picture taken. Any student wanting re-takes needs to return their purchased picture package to the photographers.
14 days ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton R-1
Attention High School Students: Students who checked out Chromebooks and hotspots must return everything tomorrow (Tuesday) morning to the Library before school or at the beginning of first hour. Devices must have all chargers/accessories with them. If you have questions about returning your device, please contact Sara with Technology at syoung@stockton.k12.mo.us
15 days ago, Stockton R-1
Doug Crawford
Another great resource—-The Cedar County Library offers access to Wi-Fi in the building throughout the day. They also have computers inside that you may use. They are open Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Their address is 717 East St. in Stockton.
15 days ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton R-1
Attention High School Students: Students who checked out Chromebooks and hotspots must return everything tomorrow (Tuesday) morning to the Library before school or at the beginning of first hour. Devices must have all chargers/accessories with them. If you have questions about returning your device, please contact Sara with Technology at syoung@stockton.k12.mo.us
15 days ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton High School
The High School will return to face to face learning beginning this Tuesday, October 13th. The high school will be on “Yellow” following Covid procedures when we return. Students are encouraged to practice social distancing and to wear masks when possible. Lamar vocational students will also return to the vocational school on Tuesday. All chrome books and hot spot devices will need to be returned to the HS library when students return to school. Reminder: While on alternative learning all assignments will be counted toward the completion of course work. The staff is excited to see everyone return this week!
16 days ago, Stockton High School
Doug Crawford
Another great Stockton Business- Orleans Trail is proving our community with a Wi-Fi opportunity. Address is 15828 S. 1525 Road Stockton, MO 65785. A conference room is located in the hotel. Users just need to check in at the front desk. There is a sign in sheet there and they have spacing due to social distancing. OT also offers free bottles of water and have soda and snacks available for purchase. It is available from 8 AM to 6 PM Monday through Friday and available Saturday and Sunday as well
19 days ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
Thank you American Family Insurance! Free WiFi is also available at American Family Insurnace. 24/7. Anyone is welcome to sit in the parking lot and use it!! 621 W Hwy 32 Stockton, MO. No password need just accept the wifi user agreement
19 days ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
Stoctkon R-1 Schools would like to thank Cedar County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company for offering Free Wi-Fi for our virtual learners and quarantined learners. Wifi will be available Monday-Friday from 5:00 p.m-7:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday will be available to you at any times. They have 7 parking spots that will be available. Username: CCFM Password: Stockton Their address is: 207 West Street, Stockton, MO. They are just west of the square. We would also like to thank our local Chamber of Commerce for helping us to organize this opportunity with our local businesses.
19 days ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton R-1
High School Students : If you received a Chromebook and/or hotspot yesterday and have any problems, please contact the HS office at 417-276-8806 and ask for tech help.
20 days ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
High School Students. **we still have a couple left** We have finally received an order of chromebooks and hotspots. The hotspots arrived today! We will be checking them out to families Tuesday, 10-06. You may only check one out if: 1- You do not have a digital Device 2- You do not have internet service adequate enough to support your online learning during times face to face learning is halted. You can pick devices up in the high school circle drive this Tuesday, October 6th: 5:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. The hotspots are also only to be used for learning times. If you have your own device and do not have internet we can also check a hotspot out to you. We have limited numbers of devices and hotspots at this time. They will be handed out first come first serve. Parents will have to sign a waiver when picking up devices. Students cannot pick devices or hotspots up without a guardian.
21 days ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
2020-2021 Homecoming Coronation will be this Friday night before the football game. Spirit Week and other activities will be postponed until the week of October 20th. Stay tuned for more details.
21 days ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Attention Stockton High Students: Please visit the school website under High School and vote for your 2020-2021 Homecoming Queen. You will need to use your school email/password and will only be able to vote ONCE. Voting will BEGIN Tuesday at noon and will END on Friday at noon. See you soon!
21 days ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
High School Students We have finally received an order of chromebooks and hotspots. The hotspots arrived today! We will be checking them out to families Tuesday, 10-06. You may only check one out if: 1- You do not have a digital Device 2- You do not have internet service adequate enough to support your online learning during times face to face learning is halted. You can pick devices up in the high school circle drive this Tuesday, October 6th: 7:30 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. The hotspots are also only to be used for learning times. If you have your own device and do not have internet we can also check a hotspot out to you. We have limited numbers of devices and hotspots at this time. They will be handed out first come first serve. Parents will have to sign a waiver when picking up devices. Students cannot pick devices or hotspots up without a guardian.
22 days ago, Doug Crawford
Robert Bolte
Tonight’s home MS volleyball game will be played at the MS gym. All remaining volleyball games will be at the MS gym.
22 days ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
It’s time for our SES Sunday Night Read Aloud! Little Raindrop is read tonight by Megan Mings. Megan is a senior and volleyball player at SHS. Video link: https://youtu.be/Ju-0z2NTA5o
23 days ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
Stockton vs. Forsyth If you plan to attend the game tonight, *There are areas marked so you can socially distance. *Sit with your family. There will not be a student section. **Masks will be handed out if you are unable to social distance. If you are sick or showing symptoms, do not attend!
25 days ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
High School students: Stay on top of the emails from your teachers by adding your email account to your cellphones and other devices.
26 days ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Due to the Stockton High School halting in-person instruction until Tuesday, October 13, National Honor Society applications will not be due to Mr. Fields until Friday, October 16.
26 days ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
Lunch will be available for pick up between 11-12 today for HS students who have been quarantined. Lunch will also be available tomorrow from 11-12. We will be sending 4 days worth of meals.
26 days ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton R-1
Here is a guide for Parents on Google Classroom. Students have been using Google's Education Suite for a while now but this will help you assist them. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1S-ekBA6r76wmqTAcujhVbJWanXgjRsHE/view?usp=sharing
27 days ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
Please read the full letter regarding face to face learning. The letter will be posted on our Facebook page and school website.
27 days ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
The PowerSchool link has changed and the mobile app has updated. Please use the following link to access the parent/student portal. https://stockton.powerschool.com/public/pw.html Parents and students will also need to uninstall and re-install the mobile app otherwise a server error will appear. The district code is THXD.
29 days ago, Stockton R-1
Doug Crawford
This is to communicate that a 9th grade student received a positive test for COVID-19 on September 23rd September 21st is the date of Contact Tracing. The Cedar County Health Department has been given contact tracing information and all individuals considered to be close contact have been notified. This student only impacted the classroom. The high school will move to "Yellow" until the quarantine is over. Please remember a student quarantined does not mean they have Covid. To date the district has only received notification that 4 students have been diagnosed with Covid.
about 1 month ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Congratulations to this week's High School Students of the Week: Caleb Morton and Jessi Nelson!
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Thank you to Orleans Trail and Studio 311 for the Hurts Donuts and cookies provided to the elementary teachers and staff this week!!!
about 1 month ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Breakfast/Lunch Pick-Up This is intended for any child who is not attending face to face school. Stockton Schools will be providing free breakfast and lunches for kids up to the age of 18 years old through December or until funding runs out with the USDA. We will be distributing breakfast and lunches from 10:00-10:30 on Wednesdays and Fridays. Pick up will be at the Elementary/Middle School Cafeteria. We can only keep this program running if those that have signed up guarantee that they pick up their requested meals. Wednesday distribution will be 3 meals and Friday distribution will be 4 meals. Pick up will start October 2nd. If you have questions about this survey please email Dr. Crawford: dcrawford@stockton.k12.mo.us Questions posted on social media will not be answered through social media. Please complete the survey by Monday the 28th. Copy and paste the link below if it is not a hyperlink for you. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScfuRj7nKWOx71ubkOJiBZX2KtgeUIlge742mFzlaSvw4yZOQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
about 1 month ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Truman is so happy to be back in school. He is looking pretty good in his school picture day outfit.
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
This is a reminder that students will be in school this Monday September 21st. We will not be in school this Friday September 25th.
about 1 month ago, Doug Crawford
Christa Price
Just a reminder... School is in session tomorrow, Monday, September 21st. There is no school on Friday due to the Walnut Festival.
about 1 month ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
The Elementary PTO has kicked off its annual Fall Fundraiser for grades K-4. Students took home white folders with details and catalogs on Friday. This year, you can order in person or online and (non frozen) items can even be shipped directly to the shopper. Packets are due back, with payment, on Friday, October 2nd. Each year, PTO fundraisers have helped fund special classroom purchases, assisted with classroom parties and celebrations, and paid a portion of the fees for elementary field trips. The Stockton Elementary PTO appreciates your support and we thank them for all they do that benefits our students!
about 1 month ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
This is to communicate that an 8th grade student received a positive test for COVID-19 today. The student was last on campus September 15th . The Cedar County Health Department will complete contact tracing and all individuals considered to be close contact have been notified. The middle school will move to "Yellow" until the quarantine is over.
about 1 month ago, Doug Crawford
Robert Bolte
Tonight is our MS volleyball home opener. Game time is 5:30. Due to the heat in the MS gym, all MS volleyball matches in September will be played in the HS gym. Go tigers!!
about 1 month ago, Robert Bolte
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton High School XC teams at Bolivar on 9/15/20. SHS Boys took 3rd & SHS Girls took 2nd. Good Job Tigers!
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Congratulations to this week's High School Students of the Week: Clay Thornton and Kylie Hunter
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Lyndzie O'Keefe
REMINDER: Washington D.C. / NYC meeting, tomorrow night, 6:00pm on Google Meet. Here’s the link: https://meet.google.com/cvo-gydi-raw Hope to see you there!!
about 1 month ago, Lyndzie O'Keefe
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Seniors, Just a reminder that Jostens will be here tomorrow during lunch/advisory for cap/gown orders. Please be sure to bring your order form filled out and your deposit.
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Sunday, September 13th is Grandparent’s Day! We are disappointed we are unable to have traditional open hours or our big Grandparent’s Night celebrations of the past due to COVID issues, but know they have not been forgotten! We will be posting pictures and videos throughout the weekend sharing student wishes, projects, and classroom smiles. Happy Grandparent’s Day!
about 1 month ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
There is a limited supply of 2019-2020 elementary/ middle school yearbooks available in the elementary and middle school offices for $25.00 each.
about 1 month ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton High School
Senior Night 2020
about 1 month ago, Stockton High School
Stockton High School
Check out our Stockton R-1 School District app. All game/activity times and dates can be found under the events tab. Search for the app in your App Store. Go Tigers!
about 1 month ago, Stockton High School
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton High School Students of the Week Congratulations Tanner Boyles and Emma Black!!
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Lyndzie O'Keefe
An informational meeting for the 2021 trip to Washington D.C. / New York City will be held via Google Meet at 6pm on Wednesday, September 16th. The trip is a 5-day, expenses paid opportunity to visit two staple cities of American culture. This trip is open to all current 8th grade students. Please review the invitation attached for the link to the Google Meet and information about the trip itself. If you have questions, please contact Lyndzie O’Keefe at lokeefe@stockton.k12.mo.us or Cary Chambers at caryjchambers@gmail.com We hope to see you (virtually) next Wednesday!
about 1 month ago, Lyndzie O'Keefe
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton High School XC Girl's Team Go Tigers!
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
Parents: Please review the following guidelines when sending your child to school.
about 1 month ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton High School
The Stockton FFA Chapter, in cooperation with the Cedar County Farm Bureau, participated in a program to help fight World Hunger. The chapter worked to package 6000 meals that will be sent to people in need in Tanzania. This is a great example of our community using agricultural to help others around the world.
about 1 month ago, Stockton High School
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Attention Seniors: Jostens will be in the library on September 10th at 12:30 to discuss cap/gown. They will return on September 15th during lunch/advisory to place orders for cap/gown. Please have your deposit ready. Thanks.
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Carline Update and thank you from Mr. Dake Video link: https://youtu.be/MDMYgukQrb0
about 1 month ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Don’t forget: Picture Day is tomorrow, September 3rd! You can order online at http://www.inter-state.com/order
about 1 month ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Preschoolers are super thankful for our new playground equipment that was donated yesterday! Thank you so very much! Our kids love it and are getting lots of good exercise.
about 1 month ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Parents. In order to answer some question as to how we quarantine and how we contact during a possible Covid exposure or a Covid positive case the district follows CDC Guidelines. They state that anyone who has been 6 feet or less for a cumulative total of 15 minutes will need to be quarantined. The school will assist the health department in contact tracing and the health department will then decide who needs to be quarantined. The school will attempt to make first contact with these families. If you are not contacted by the school or health department then you are to assume that your child has not been exposed to Covid. An initial exposure will require a 14 day quarantine. If your child is quarantined the health department is not asking at this time that you get tested for Covid. They are asking you to check for symptoms of Covid during quarantine. If you have specific questions please contact the Cedar County Health Department. It is our goal to keep kids and staff safe, healthy and in school. We are taking many precautions to keep students socially distanced. If your child is quarantined you will be contacted by the school offices to give you directions for schooling during this time.
about 1 month ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
Covid Update- 5th grade will move to yellow until September 10th on the reentry plan. The rest of our district remains in green. Any new information may change this at any time.
about 1 month ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
This is to communicate that a 5th grade student at Stockton Middle School received a positive test for COVID-19 on Friday - August 28th. The student was last on campus August 26th. Students that had direct contact have been notified by the school. Any further directions will be given by the Cedar County Health Department.. This student did not ride the bus. Privacy laws prevent us from disclosing any other information.
about 1 month ago, Doug Crawford
Christa Price
Welcome back from your 1st grade team and the teachers for the SHS Class of 2032! Mrs. Burns, Miss A. Bland, Mrs. Coyle, & Mrs. Finch #ProudToBeATiger
about 1 month ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
ACT NO WRITING Tuesday, October 6, 2020 FREE for Seniors . Sign up on the board outside the nurse’s office or check with the counselor’s office if you have questions.
2 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Robert Bolte
MS Picture day is Thursday, September 3rd. Paper order forms are only available in the MS office. Please order online at www.inter-state.com/order using order code 51039BA
2 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton High School
Thank you Woods Supermarket for providing water bottles for our football team for every practice this season. We are so thankful for our community support as our students, faculty and staff face new challenges to begin this year. #stocktonstrong
2 months ago, Stockton High School
Stockton High School
Stockton Schools Event Guidelines All Facilities Social distancing is strongly recommended. Concession workers will wear facial coverings and gloves. Social distancing is required when standing in line for the gate, bathrooms and concessions. No gatherings will be permitted on the field or on the court at the outcome of the event. Indoor Facilities Facial Coverings are required to gain admission to the event. Face coverings can be removed once seated and socially distanced from others. Students not socially distanced in the students’ section will be required to wear a mask. Social distancing is strongly encouraged. Visiting teams need to bring personal water bottles. No water fountains and water coolers will be available for use only if specific procedures can be followed. Water bottle fillers will be available for personal water bottles. Volleyball/Basketball Teams will not change benches after each set. An area for the visiting team’s spectators will be provided. Locker rooms will be provided for the visiting team. Outdoor Facilities Facial coverings are recommended but not required. Social distancing is strongly recommended. Spectators are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs to aid in social distancing. Students not socially distanced in the student section will be required to wear a mask. * Anyone who enters Stockton’s facilities are required to perform their own self-assessment for Covid-19 symptoms prior to attending any Stockton School Event*
2 months ago, Stockton High School
Robert Bolte
Stockton Parents - Miles for Smiles will be here August 26th - September 3rd. Consents turned in last year are still good. If you do not want your child seen you should contact Miles for Smiles.
2 months ago, Robert Bolte
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Attention High School Students: If you are interested in representing Stockton in the Black Walnut Festival Queen Competition, please see Mrs. Burns for an application.
2 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Attention Sophomores: Jostens will be at the high school August 27th to give you class ring information. You will be called out by intercom when they are ready for you. They will visit again on September 2nd for orders.
2 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Elementary families, Check out the video from Mr. Dake with some drop off times and first day info! Doors open at 7:30. Don’t forget any Open House paperwork and water bottles (Filled). The 1st Day Photo backdrop will be set up at 7:20. Pack those smiles! It’s going to be a great day to be a Tiger!!! Hashtag your posts! #ProudToBeATiger Video link: https://youtu.be/Uv3DYsQuVVM
2 months ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
Stockton MS First Day of School Reminders: - Doors open at 7:30 am. Student will report directly to 1st-hour classes (5th-grade students report to homerooms). For students wanting breakfast, MS breakfast will in the MS gym. Students will get their breakfast then go to their classroom. Extra copies of schedules will be available in the hallway by the MS office in the morning. - Students will be asked to wear a mask during transition times and events when social distancing can not happen. - Students please bring a water bottle to use throughout the day. - Students can use a backpack throughout the day to carry their belongings. - 8th-grade students must have up to date immunizations or signed waiver in order to attend tomorrow. Stockton MS is so excited about starting back! We are ready to see our students tomorrow. Go Tigers!!
2 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton High School
A few high school reminders: - The doors will open at 7:30am tomorrow. You will report immediately to your first hour class. Once you check in you may go eat breakfast. - Masks are recommended but not required. During changing periods, we will ask you to mask up or social distance. - Your immunizations or signed waiver must be up to date or you will not be able to attend tomorrow. - The high school staff is extremely excited to have everyone back at school. Let’s make this year the best one yet!!!
2 months ago, Stockton High School
Christa Price
Mrs. Cross made a wonderful First Day of School photo backdrop for those first day smiles! Parents can snap a quick photo on the first day of school, Tuesday, August 25th. It will be set up to the side of the parent drop-off parking lot on the playground fence by 7:20. (Doors to the school buildings open at 7:30.) Hashtag those posts for us all to enjoy! #ProudToBeATiger
2 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Elementary Families, take a look at our new car pick up video with Mr. Dake. You can see it from inside a car as we drive through the pickup line. https://youtu.be/8aCbUm7vQrw
2 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Breakfast and Lunch prices for the 20-21 school year. Please fill out the lunch forms to help determine your cost. They were located in your registration packets
2 months ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton High School
We are hosting a football jamboree tonight at 7pm vs. Lockwood.
2 months ago, Stockton High School
Doug Crawford
Parents-Currently we have been contacted by two Virtual learning companies stating they are running out of spots for students K-5. If you have not turned in an application to Stockton Schools for a virtual learning choice this needs to be a priority for you today. We have been registering students since August 6th and school starts this Tuesday. School offices close at noon today.
2 months ago, Doug Crawford
Robert Bolte
Junior high football practice starts on August 25th at 3:45. Each athlete will need a completed physical and insurance information on file before they can practice. If you have any questions send an email to dhenderson@stockton.k12.mo.us
2 months ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
Welcome back from your 4th grade team and the teachers of the SHS Class of 2029! Mrs. Doeden, Mrs. Bays, and Mrs. Freeze #ProudToBeATiger #StocktonStrong
2 months ago, Christa Price
Michael Dake
Attn: Pre-K Parents here is some information for you about Preschool from Mr. Dake. Please click the link to see the video. https://youtu.be/eaCMFSNM3og
2 months ago, Michael Dake
Christa Price
Open House is tonight! We are ready to see your kids! Elementary is 4-7:00 To better serve you, we are asking families to try to come during the designated hour by last name if possible. A-G 4-5:00 H-M 5-6:00 M-Z 6-7:00 Also, Preschool is 5:00-6:00 Middle School is 5:00-7:00 High School is 5:00-7:00 All visitors need to wear a mask or face shield.
2 months ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
Meet the new additions to our MS Tiger team! We are excited to welcome them to Stockton R-1 and the community. ”My name is Mike Draper, and I am going to teach Middle School Physical Education. I am also the Head Boys’ Basketball Coach and an Assistant Football Coach. This will be my 5th year in education. I am a 2016 graduate of Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas. I could not be more excited to be a part of the Stockton community. Go Tigers!” ”My name is Valerie Byron, and I’ll be teaching 5th grade science. This will be my first year teaching as I just graduated from SBU in May.” ”My name is Josh Vance. I will be teaching middle school special education this year at Stockton R-1, along with coaching middle school girls’ and boys’ basketball. I graduated from Pittsburg State University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Education and this will be my 10th year in education. I am a lifetime resident of Stockton, where I currently live with my wife Devyn, and our 4 children (Jase 8, Avery 6, Jarrett 4, and Aubri 18 months). My hobbies include camping, fishing, hunting, and being outdoors. I am looking forward to a great first year at Stockton!” ”My name is Breanna Huett. I am a wife and mother of two boys ages 3 and 5. My oldest son will be a kindergartener at Stockton this fall. This is my first year as a Special education teacher. I am a graduate of Drury University with a bachelor degree in Psychology and a bachelor degree in Human Services. I am currently completing my Masters in Special Education. Along with teaching I will be the head middle school volleyball coach. As a previous athlete, I participated in several sports and hope to instill the love of games into the students I have the opportunity to work with. I am looking forward to being a part of Stockton School District.”
2 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton High School
Open house tonight at the High School. 5:00-7:00. Stop by and meet your teachers! We look forward to seeing everyone tonight!!
2 months ago, Stockton High School
Christa Price
Welcome back from your second grade team! Your teachers for the Class of 2031 are Mrs. Whaley, Ms. Forrest, Miss Dodson, Miss Russell, & student teacher Mrs. Jones. They know it’s going to be a great year in 2nd grade! #ProudToBeATiger
2 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Attention Elementary Families: The end of day elementary pick up process has been changed for the upcoming school year. Attached is a map of how the process will work. Please note the direction flow of traffic, this will make the car line run more efficient, as well as save you time. Staff will meet you at your car with walkie-talkies to call for your child. We will then bring your child out to the marked spot from the cafeteria. No need to get out of your car. Yellow car tags will be handed out at Open House on Thursday evening. These will need to be prominently displayed as you pick up your children. Official release is 3:25. Drop off is at the same location. Doors open at 7:30 with the school day beginning at 7:50.
2 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
Miles for Smiles will be here August 26th- September 3rd. Consents that were turned in last school year are up to date. If you did not turn in a consent last school year, a new one will be required. If you did turn in a consent and no longer wish to use this service you will need to contact Miles for Smiles.
2 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
Please read this Daily Parent Checklist from the CDC. This is also located on our school website with our Parent Re-Entry plan. https://www.stockton.k12.mo.us/covid-19-info--26
2 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
Mark your calendars! Picture Day will be September 3 for all grades.
2 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton High School
Tonight is the night!!! Freshman Orientation at 6:30 at the HS. Pizza, door prizes, meet your teachers, and the Fusion kickoff. We can’t wait to see everyone there.
2 months ago, Stockton High School
Christa Price
Elementary Parents: Open House will be Thursday, August 20th To better serve you, we are asking families to try to come during designated hours by last name if possible. A-G = 4:00-5:00 pm H-M = 5:00-6:00 pm M-Z = 6:00-7:00 pm Here are some keys changes that students will see this year at Stockton Elementary: 1) Building doors will open at 7:30. Students will report directly to their elementary classrooms. We will have staff available to help guide them from the bus or parent drop off. 2) Students will have the opportunity to eat breakfast in the classrooms. Be watching for information with meal prices and free/reduced lunches. 3) Students need to bring a water bottle with them each day. Each building has a touchless refilling station, but the water fountains are disabled. Classrooms will have bottled water for students that do not have a water bottle at the beginning of school. 4) Classrooms have been socially distanced. Table dividers are used when students are sharing small tables. 5)Touchless sinks have been installed in all bathrooms. 6) Lunches will be eaten in the classroom. Hot lunches will still be provided. 7) All classes will be using the Dojo for communication. Information will be handed out at Open House to help you connect with your child’s new teacher right away. 8) Parent pickup at the end of the school day will be in a carline format at the cafeteria doors behind the school. Carline maps will be posted on Facebook soon. Carline pick up cards will be given out at Open House. 9) Masks wearing is optional and not required at the elementary school when at level Green. It is not required, but encouraged, at level Yellow. 10) If you are unable to attend Open House, please contact your child’s classroom teacher before the first day. You may reach them through email, Dojo, or calling the elementary at 417.276.5143. Parents, thank you for being patient with us during the reopening period. If you have any questions about our changes, please contact the Elementary office. Even though we have several changes this year, we want to keep the school as normal as possible. As a staff, we are so excited to have our students back in the building. Even though things will be a little different, it will be a great year at Stockton Elementary School. GO TIGERS!!
2 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Thank you Elementary PTO! They purchased and delivered snacks for K-4 classrooms to enjoy on the first couple days of school. They also brought in cases of water for students that forget to pack a water bottle. You are the best!
2 months ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
Attention MS Parents: Here are some keys changes that students will see this year at Stockton Middle School: 1) Building doors will open at 7:30. Students will report to their 1st-hour class (5th grade to homeroom) instead of going to the gym. Students will have the opportunity to eat breakfast in the classrooms. 2) Our MS offices have moved to the entrance of the hallway. This provides access to the office without having to enter the hallway. 3) Students will be required to wear a mask during transition times and times when social distancing cannot happen. 4) Due to students’ inability to share lockers, we will not be assigning lockers to students until school starts. Students will carry supplies from class to class. Students are encouraged to use backpacks. Once school begins, lockers will be assigned to students that require a locker. 5) Classrooms have been socially distanced. Table dividers are used when students are sharing small tables. 6) Water fountains are no longer functioning in the buildings. Students are encouraged to carry a water bottle. Water bottle fillers are located in all buildings. Classrooms will have bottled water for students that do not have a water bottle at the beginning of school. 7)Touch less sinks have been installed in all bathrooms. 8) Currently, lunches will be eaten in the classroom. Hot lunches will still be provided. On good weather days, students will have the opportunity to go outside and eat. 9) All classes will be using the Google Classroom platform. 10) Parent pickup at the end of school in the cafeteria will be in a carline format. Parents, thank you for being patient with us during the reopening period. If you have any questions about our changes, please contact the MS office. Even though we have several changes this year, we want to keep the school as normal as possible. As a staff, we are so excited to have our students back in the building. Even though things will be a little different, it will be a great year at Stockton Middle School. GO TIGERS!!
2 months ago, Robert Bolte
Robert Bolte
Attention MS Parents: Here are some keys changes that students will see this year at Stockton Middle School: 1) Building doors will open at 7:30. Students will report to their 1st-hour class (5th grade to homeroom) instead of going to the gym. Students will have the opportunity to eat breakfast in the classrooms. 2) Our MS offices have moved to the entrance of the hallway. This provides access to the office without having to enter the hallway. 3) Students will be required to wear a mask during transition times and times when social distancing cannot happen. 4) Due to students’ inability to share lockers, we will not be assigning lockers to students until school starts. Students will carry supplies from class to class. Students are encouraged to use backpacks. Once school begins, lockers will be assigned to students that require a locker. 5) Classrooms have been socially distanced. Table dividers are used when students are sharing small tables. 6) Water fountains are no longer functioning in the buildings. Students are encouraged to carry a water bottle. Water bottle fillers are located in all buildings. Classrooms will have bottled water for students that do not have a water bottle at the beginning of school. 7)Touch less sinks have been installed in all bathrooms. 8) Currently, lunches will be eaten in the classroom. Hot lunches will still be provided. On good weather days, students will have the opportunity to go outside and eat. 9) All classes will be using the Google Classroom platform. 10) Parent pickup at the end of school in the cafeteria will be in a carline format. Parents, thank you for being patient with us during the reopening period. If you have any questions about our changes, please contact the MS office. Even though we have several changes this year, we want to keep the school as normal as possible. As a staff, we are so excited to have our students back in the building. Even though things will be a little different, it will be a great year at Stockton Middle School. GO TIGERS!!
2 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton High School
Reminder: Freshman Orientation is Tuesday, August 18th at 6:30pm. Meet your teachers. Meet your mentors. Have some pizza and win some prizes. Spread the word. We need all freshman and new students to attend. This event kicks off our new program for freshman called Fusion. Fusion is a year long mentoring and tutoring program designed to help students transition into high school.
3 months ago, Stockton High School
Stockton High School
Attention Vocational/Tech Students: Lamar Technical school is Hosting an open house for all students on August 20th from 3-6 pm. Each student is recommended to bring only one guest. Students with last names A-H will attend from 3-3:45. Students with last names I-Q will attend from 4-4:45. Students with last names R-Z will attend from 5-5:45. Masks will be required. Reminder: On August 25th, Votech students will report to Stockton High School and be at the high school all day. The Votech bus will transport students to Lamar beginning 8-26.
3 months ago, Stockton High School
Michael Dake
Attention Elementary Parents Registration for NEW students is currently happening at the Elementary this week Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm and Friday 7:30 am to 12:00 pm. Remember to bring proof of residency, birth certificate, and up to date shot records. If you have a KINDERGARTENER please make sure we have your up to date shot records with needed booters. Open House will be August 20th To better serve you we are asking families to try to come during designated hour by last name if possible. A-G = 4 to 5 H-M = 5 to 6 M-Z = 6 to 7 We are so excited to see all of you! #tigerstrong
3 months ago, Michael Dake
Robert Bolte
7th and 8th grade - JH volleyball practice starts Aug 18th from 3:30-5:30 in the MS gym. Players must have an current physical and signed athletic handbook to practice. Practice schedules will be available at the first practice.
3 months ago, Robert Bolte
Robert Bolte
MS student registration is this week. All students need to register.
3 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton High School
Freshman Orientation When: August 18th at 6:30 pm Where: Stockton High School Who: All Freshman and New Students What: Meeting the Teachers, Pep Rally, Scavenger Hunt, Meeting of Fusion Mentors, Pizza, T-Shirts, Door Prizes We encourage all freshman and new students to attend. Masks required. More information to come!
3 months ago, Stockton High School
Stockton R-1
Our middle school office has a new phone extension. If you need to reach them, our current phone prompts are not working so please dial extension 275 to reach the middle school secretary. We are working to get this resolved.
3 months ago, Stockton R-1
Doug Crawford
Stockton is still looking for bus drivers for the 20-21 school year. Please contact Mike Kenney for details. mkenney@stockton.k12.mo.us You can also stop by the Superintendents office for details.
3 months ago, Doug Crawford
Michael Dake
Attention Elementary Parents Class list will be posted on the front glass doors Friday August 7th at noon! Another Kindergarten Screening will be held Thursday August 13th from 9 am to 11 am. This is for students who were not able to attend the first so please spread the word! You will need: Proof of residency Immunization records Birth certificates Thank you all!
3 months ago, Michael Dake
Kim Schmid
Quick end to the school year led to NO ARROW elections! We are going to take care of that right off the bat. If students want to run this year, they can look over info and get their posters and speeches/video (for officers) ready. If they have questions, feel free to contact me. (kmschmid@stockton.k12.mo.us)
3 months ago, Kim Schmid
Doug Crawford
*Please read the entire message* Open House is as follows: August 20th Preschool-5:00-6:00 Elementary-4:00-7:00 Middle School 5:00-7:00 High School 5:00-7:00 Freshman orientation is August 18th from 6:30-7:30 Student registration is as follows: Elementary and Middle School-August 11th-14th 7:30 -3:30 High School- August 6th and 7th and August 11th-14th Time is from 8:30-3:00. Offices will be closed at 12:00 on Friday. During open house all visitors will need to wear a mask or face shield.
3 months ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
Don’t forget our Back to School Fair this morning. It is from 9-12 right now at the elementary cafeteria. Free school supplies.
3 months ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton High School
Stockton High School Back To School Information: Registration and Schedule Pick up- 8-6 and 8-7, 8-11 through 8-14 at the HS. Stop by between 8:30 am and 3:00 pm. Offices will close at noon on Fridays. Freshman Orientation(Fusion) - 8-18 6:00-7:30 pm Be looking for more information to come. (This is a new event this year. All incoming freshman are strongly encouraged to attend. Pizza, t-shirts, door prizes, games and more!!!) Open House - 8-20 5:00-7:00 pm For all students and parents. The Stockton High School faculty and Staff are excited for the start of the year. It is our desire to help each student to become the best version of themselves.
3 months ago, Stockton High School
Doug Crawford
Stockton drive-thru vaccination clinic will be Aug 19th from 2pm -7pm at the Stockton Health Complex parking lot. It is requested that parent and student(s) are wearing a mask and only bring the 8th and /or 12th grader- Parents need to bring current Medicaid cards, insurance cards, or a way to pay the administration fee if able to self-pay. No one will be denied. If parents want the health department to administer Kindergarten vaccinations, the students will need to schedule for shots in El Dorado Springs as our office is not open in Stockton at this time. They can also get their immunizations from their local health care provider
3 months ago, Doug Crawford
Robert Bolte
Reminder - Proof of immunizations /boosters are required for school attendance.   8th grade and 12th grade require boosters.  Kindergarten students need their final set to begin school.   If you need your shot record you can email Nurse Karen -kjcollins@stockton.k12.mo.us
3 months ago, Robert Bolte
Doug Crawford
The back to school fair will be August 1st from 9 am -12 pm in the elementary cafeteria. Students will be able to pick up- free of charge- school supplies. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 restrictions, we will not be able to have games set up. Please be patient during pick up and prepared to socially distance.
3 months ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
Good morning. Please read our parent reentry plan. I have also placed a video on Facebook and will be posting a link to our school webpage. School offices are closed until August 3rd. The Superintendents office is open. Please stop by and visit with me or send questions through email. Superintendent-dcrawford@stockton.k12.mo.us High School principal-jflora@stockton.k12.mo.us Middle School- rbolte@stockton.k12.mo.us Elementary mdake@stockton.k12.mo.us Special education mstevens@stockton.k12.mo.us
3 months ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton High School
Youth Football camp this week! (grades 3-6) Tues-Thur. 6:30-8 pm
4 months ago, Stockton High School
Stockton R-1
Dear Parents and Guardians, Please complete the following survey to help us in developing plans for opening school in the Fall. At this time, we are working on a number of ways to provide education services to students in a safe manner. While we all hope school looks the same as it has in the past, we need to prepare for a number of scenarios. The information provided in this survey will help us formulate those plans. When completing the survey, please do so with your student(s). We would like to have feedback about our strengths and weaknesses during virtual learning at the end of the school year. There is also a comment section at the bottom of the survey and we encourage you to provide information you feel is important. This information will help us make local decisions along with the guidance provided by the state and the local health department. Please have the survey completed by Monday, July 6th. Thank you for your time as we prepare for next year. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc5kLu3X5LvaFaHfjT7QIaO-evwxEJX72Br3M01BSQ1tjBoTw/viewform
4 months ago, Stockton R-1
Robert Bolte
Attention Parents: Up to date shot records are required for school attendance. Copies of shot records will be required at enrollment. Booster shots are required at kindergarten, 8th, and 12th grades. Contact your primary care doctor or the local health department for vaccines. Students without proper documentation of immunizations will not be allowed to be in school.
5 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton High School
High School and Junior High Football Players: Monday June 8th, we will begin our first football activities of the summer. This will be at the high school practice field from 9-11 am. This means to be on the field, ready to start before 9. Attire will be cleats and athletic clothing. Due to Covid regulations, players will not be able to use the field house. Players also will need to bring their own water as the school can not provide water at this time. The coaching staff is looking forward to the start of great things for our football program. - Coach Rader
5 months ago, Stockton High School
Stockton High School
The Stockton High School and Junior High volleyball programs will be hosting an informational meeting on June 4th at 6:00 pm. This meeting will discuss summer activities and schedules. The meeting will be held at the city park by the sand volleyball courts. Anyone interested in playing high school or junior high volleyball next school year is welcome to attend.
5 months ago, Stockton High School
Doug Crawford
Reminder and please help spread the word—- KINDERGARTEN SCREENING- If you have a child that will be 5 years of age by August 1st please read!! Kindergarten screening will be held Saturday-June 6th in the elementary cafeteria. You will need to bring your child’s birth certificate, shot records, and proof of residency. Screening times are based on the first letter of your child’s last name. A-F- Screening time: 10:00-11:30 G-L- Screening time: 12:30-2:00 M-R-Screening time: 2:00-2:30 S-Z- Screening time: 3:30-5:00 Please email dcrawford@stockton.k12.mo.us for questions. LITTLE TIGERS PRESCHOOL ENROLLMENT— Little Tigers Preschool enrollment will be held on Saturday, June 6th. This will coincide with the kindergarten screening date. Parents please bring an updated shot record, and birth certificate to be copied, as well as a proof of residence. You will fill out enrollment information at this time. Please come and fill out the papers even if you have previously contacted us, and/or are on the waiting list. The preschool program is available for 4 year old students in the school district. If you would like to be added to our waiting list prior to enrollment, or have any questions please contact Erin Hillsman at ehillsman@stockton.k12.mo.us. Thank you!
5 months ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton High School
The Stockton R-I Athletic Department is beginning modified summer activities in the coming weeks. Please view the linked schedule for details. Also listed is the coach to contact for each sport and their email. Email them for specific questions and for possible changes in high school and junior high activities. Schedule: https://docs.google.com/document/d/10bIpVSo4wziWAWGRyM93iiv5jBk3km-SmHX6IKCok_I/edit?usp=sharing Baseball- dhenderson@stockton.k12.mo.us Boys Basketball- mdraper@stockton.k12.mo.us Football- lrader@stockton.k12.mo.us CC/Track- sadams@stockton.k12.mo.us Boy's Golf- dhaines@stockton.k12.mo.us Girls Basketball- mkenney@stockton.k12.mo.us Girls Volleyball- awalton@stockton.k12.mo.us Softball- droberts@stockton.k12.mo.us Cheer-leading- lokeefe@stockton.k12.mo.us Girl's Golf- mamanring@stockton.k12.mo.us
5 months ago, Stockton High School
Christa Price
Summer reading has big benefits according to Scholastic and a few SES readers!
5 months ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
Last chance to order!!
5 months ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
Thank you Dr. Crawford for a wonderful eight years as our elementary principal! You lead. You laugh. You encourage. You play. You inspire.  You help us grow. You are GREAT, and we love you!!! We are so excited for your next chapter as our superintendent!
5 months ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
Stockton parents and students- If you missed today’s grade card pickup, offices will be open next week March 27 to 29 from 9:00 am to noon. All grade cards not picked up will be placed in your student's back to school packets. If you need to drop off books, you may do so at any time in the glass front entrance of the elementary school.
5 months ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
Last Day of School Celebration with Grade Card pick up today! 9-11:00 am
5 months ago, Christa Price
Kim Schmid
Please turn in your books tomorrow!
5 months ago, Kim Schmid
Christa Price
This Thursday!!!
5 months ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
Class of 2020 Seniors and Parents: After watching the weather forecast through early Sunday morning, and taking into account how much rain we have already received, the decision has been made to move graduation from the football field to the high school gymnasium at 2pm. Doors will be open at 1:30 for students/parents/guests to enter. Students please go directly to the band room upon arrival. Students will be issued a mask and gloves to wear during the ceremony. Because of this weather related change in location, I want to stress the importance of following the “6 Guest Rule” for graduation and that guests bring their tickets with them. The gym has been separated into seating areas of 6 already. Please have all of your guests arrive and sit together to help maximize the social distancing space we have available. I understand that not everyone will be able to attend due to the 6 guest limit as in the past but hopefully everyone will follow the guidelines so that graduation can be remembered for the right reasons. Family members, friends, community members and staff members who are not able to attend due to the 6 guest limit can view the event on the Stockton R-1 School Facebook page through live feed. For everyone’s health safety and peace of mind, I strongly urge you to take advantage of this option. If you are sick, do not feel well, are running a fever or are among those who are at higher risk of contracting COVID-19, please stay home for your health safety and the safety of others. Once the ceremony is over, please exit the gym immediately. Only by adhering to these guidelines are we able to hold graduation in this manner at this time and for these students. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. I have attached pictures of how the gym seating will be identified so that everyone can see the precautions already taken to assist in social distancing protocol. Mr. Postlewait, SHS Principal
5 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Robert Bolte
Attention Parents and Students: Come celebrate the official last day of school on May 21st from 9:00 am to 11:00 am in Elem/MS and HS circle drives. On this day, we will have a drive-thru pick up for grade cards/awards, school book, and library drop off, and a chance to say goodbye to all staff members. Format will be the same as previous packet pickups. Come join us on the last day of school celebration!!
6 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton R-1
We were notified today of another local scholarship that we can award. This will likely go to more than one recipient. The amount is not expected to be less than $500 and we do anticipate awarding more than one scholarship. The Hazel L. Bolander Trust Scholarship has been made available for the 2019-2020 school year. Submit the application by May 21st by 10:00 a.m. to Mrs. Quick at jquick@stockton.k12.mo.us. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wbuCOwAgKzbWv85hIxGYqySKEr5hSHFC/view?usp=sharing
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
On Friday, May 15 at 6:30 p.m., the Stockton CTA will host a Facebook Live Event for the Board of Education Candidates. The public is encouraged to watch the event in preparation for the June election. https://www.facebook.com/events/3354590014560163/
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
Congratulations to these outstanding students that placed at FBLA SLC! (SLC was held virtually this year because of Covid-19). These students represented FBLA District 13 very well. In June, Tyler Johnson and Emma Black will represent Missouri at NLC in their performance event Introduction to Business Presentation! Thank you students for your hard work and diligence! We are so proud of you!
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Seniors, Just a reminder that today we are meeting at the nursing home across from the high school at 1:30 if it is not raining. Please be sure to wear your cap and gown. In the event that it is raining please be at the high school at 1:30 to go over expectations for graduation and pick up your tickets. We will meet in the commons. See you soon.
6 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - HAYDEN
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
Happy Mother's Day! Here's to all the Tiger moms that have had to be mom & teacher more than ever before! Thank you for helping your children continue to grow and learn at home this year.
6 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - TORI
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Kim Schmid
Teacher Appreciation Week!
6 months ago, Kim Schmid
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - GARRETT
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
Happy Nurses' Day to Miss Karen! Thank you for taking care of our Stockton Tiger Students!
6 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - TYLER
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - JORDAN
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
One Town. One Team. One Tiger. ❤️ Here's another cute Go Tigers memory. I believe these kids are much older now!
6 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - LAKIN
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
"Behind every great school is a caring principal leading the way." We would like to thank our principals for their dedication, hard work, and positive leadership. Happy National Principals' Day!
6 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - CASSIDY
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Friday night 8:20pm Cars meet at the Softball field. Decorate your cars to support the seniors. Travel from the softball field, to the track, by the golf course, to the baseball field.
6 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Friday night 8:20pm Cars meet at the Softball field. Decorate your cars to support the seniors. Travel from the softball field, to the track, by the golf course, to the baseball field.
6 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - KAITLYN
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
Attention Class of 2020 There are two items that I need you to take note of: 1) It is imperative that all seniors complete a Senior Graduation Exit Survey. This must be completed no later than May 3, 2020. Please complete the survey very carefully. **Please use your school email and login to the site listed below to complete the Senior Graduation Exit Survey. Deadline is May 3. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeP_kXT3WWhc6JvoPAymvybFweWrzH7HokP26PMa4Q7UZew8A/viewform?usp=sf_link 2) We will not be able to host a senior awards night in the traditional manner this year, but we would like to recognize seniors for their scholarship/academic accomplishments in a virtual format. This presentation will only include scholarships and awards typically recognized by the guidance department. It will not include senior awards recognized by individual teachers. We plan to post a presentation on the Stockton School Facebook page on Wednesday, May 13 at 6:00 pm. We will be recognizing students who have been selected to receive local scholarships, but we would like to include all scholarships. This would include any scholarship that you have been selected to receive. We can only recognize the scholarships that you tell us about. The colleges do not release this information to us. Also, we are offering our presenters a chance to make a short video clip or write a message that we can read about the scholarship. Presenters can send a video clip directly to the emails listed below and we will add it to the presentation. Students may also contact presenters themselves to see if they would like to submit a clip or write a message. If you have a contact person who would be willing to make a short video clip or write a message have them send their presentation to one of the following addresses no later than May 3. kburns@stockton.k12.mo.us jquick@stockton.k12.mo.us
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - LAUREN
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Kim Schmid
Middle School Library Book Drop-off!
6 months ago, Kim Schmid
Robert Bolte
Parents, New learning packets will be available on April 30th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm . We will do the same drop off/pick up procedures as before. The new packets will last through the end of the school year. YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO GET OUT OF YOUR CARS. The deadline to turn in ALL completed packet work is May 10th. All library books, guided reading books, and text books must be returned by May 10th. Library book drop off boxes will be available on Thursday. Elementary Pickup Procedure: It will be held in the circle drive of the elementary. When you pull in, stay to the right. A staff member will come to your car. Give them: Child’s name, Grade level, and Teacher’s name. If you are picking up for someone please have this same information. MS Pickup Procedure: When you pull into the circle drive, stay to the right. We will have five tables spaced out on the MS side. One homework/library book turn-in table and then a table for each grade level. Each table will have a staff member at the table. Please tell the staff member the name of the student you are picking up for and they will hand you your packet in your car. HS Pickup Procedure: HS pickup will be located in the circle drive in front of the HS. Inform the staff the names of the students and grade. Packets will be brought to your vehicle. If you cannot make it at this time the packets will be left in the glass entrance of the elementary and can be accessed at any time. Dropoff boxes are also available in the glass entrance for all buildings. The offices are closed. If you need the office please let your teacher know and they will contact us. You can also email me at dcrawford@stockton.k12.mo.us We miss seeing all of you.
6 months ago, Robert Bolte
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Seniors, please fill out the google form on the Stockton Web page. This form will indicate who you would like to walk with at graduation. Thanks, Mrs. V.
6 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - KYLE
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
One Town. One Team. One Tiger. ❤️ Here's another cute Go Tigers memory message!
6 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - PARKER
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
One Town. One Team. One Tiger. ❤️ Here's another great Go Tigers memory message from past years.
6 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - COLTIN
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mike Postlewait
Class of 2020 seniors and parents: As Dr. Snow indicated earlier today, we are planning on graduation for May 17th at 2 pm on the football field observing social distancing procedures which are in place. Students will have a limit of 6 guests who can attend. You will be able to have a walking partner. We will also have speeches from the class president, valedictorian, and salutatorian along with my remarks. If you are a senior currently failing a required class for graduation, you must be passing in order to participate. Teachers have been working hard to get you the materials and opportunities to be successful. Take advantage of this. Work turned in will receive a grade that can only help you. Get it turned in. Next packet pickup and completed work drop off will be on April 30th at the high school circle drive or sent to you electronically. I have attached the results of the graduation options survey completed by the seniors. Continue to be safe and I look forward to seeing you at graduation!
6 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Shannon Snow
Graduation Plans: After consulting with Cedar County Office of Emergency Management and the Board of Education, graduation will be held on May 17th at 2:00 PM on the football field. Students will be limited to 6 guests. Ceremonies will be moved indoors with social distancing applied in the event of rain.
6 months ago, Shannon Snow
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - CHRISTIAN
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton Senior Class of 2020 Slideshow
6 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
Junior Government Students and Parents: Federal and State Laws require that the Federal and State Constitution be taken and passed by every student and their High School Transcripts indicate this. Juniors were not made Exempt. Federal and State Constitution Test were made available for every student in the April 9th Packet and Electronically in Google Classroom. Every Junior must take the Missouri Constitution Test. Every Junior who does not have a Green Check Mark in the Federal Constitution Test Box in PowerSchool must take the Federal Constitution. If you have questions contact Mrs. Culbertson. Contact information was provided on March 17th. Constitution Tests must be turned in on or by April 30th along with your Textbook. Thank You.
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
One Town. One Team. One Tiger. ❤️ Here's another great Go Tigers memory message.
6 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - KIMBERLY
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
One Town. One Team. One Tiger. ❤️ Here's another cute Go Tigers memory message from 2018.
6 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - CHRISTOPHER
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - SHANAE
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
One Town. One Team. One Tiger. ❤️ Here's another cute Go Tigers memory message from Oct. 2018.
6 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
You are missed, Stockton Students!!! Mrs. Amy Burns, one of our kindergarten teachers, wrote an amazing book for her class. They'll each be receiving a keepsake copy soon, but you can check out the video of her reading it to her students at this link: https://youtu.be/ysXXzelABg8
6 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - WYATT
6 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
One Town. One Team. One Tiger. ❤️ Here's a cute Go Tigers memory message from 2018.
6 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - JASON
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
SHS yearbook staff would like photos of SHS students with their "new classmates" - pets, siblings, parents, etc. Please email all photos to jfields@stockton.k12.mo.us
7 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - KAITLYN
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Parents of seniors, if you are purchasing a senior ad for your child please mail the check to the school and email the pictures to jfields@stockton.k12.mo.us Thanks
7 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Kim Schmid
Middle School Book Club
7 months ago, Kim Schmid
Mike Postlewait
Refunds for underclassmen and out of school Prom dates are at the high school office and can be picked up on Wednesday from 8am-12pm.
7 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - KAYLIN
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - OLIVIA
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Seniors: Please send your senior picture and/or senior quote to Talitha Maus at 20maust@stockton.k12.mo.us ASAP! Thanks!
7 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
All packets for grades Preschool through 12th not picked up today can be picked up 24 hours a day in the main entrance of the elementary. There are also drop boxes for completed work. Thanks to those who stopped by today.
7 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mike Postlewait
Attention Class of 2020: You have been sent a Google Survey that needs to be completed by April 13th regarding some options for graduation ceremonies should we not be able to have a traditional ceremony. Please discuss this with your parents prior to completing. Mr. Postlewait
7 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Doug Crawford
We are here and ready. 9-12 today.
7 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mike Postlewait
Reminder that packet pickup at high school is from 9am-12pm today, April 9th. Packets not picked up by 12 will be taken to elementary glass entrance for late pickup.
7 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - REAGAN
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Robert Bolte
MS Parents - Tomorrow (April 9th), will be our packet pickup for work going through to April 24th. Pickups will be from 9 am to 12 pm in the circle drive on the MS side. YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO GET OUT OF YOUR CARS. When you pull in stay to the right. We will have five tables spaced out. One homework turn-in table and then a table for each grade level. Each table will have a staff member at the table. Please tell the staff member the name of the student you are picking up for and they will hand you your packet in your car. Please try and make this pick up time, but if you can not make it the packets will be left in the glass entrance of the elementary and can be accessed at any time.
7 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - JACKSON
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - PAYTEN
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Doug Crawford
Parents- This Thursday (April 9th) will be a packet pickup that will be good through April 24th. Please read entirely to help this to go as smoothly as possible. It will be held in the circle drive of the elementary from 9 am to 12 pm. YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO GET OUT OF YOUR CARS. When you pull in stay to the right. A staff member will come to your car. Give them: Child’s name Grade level Teachers name If you are picking up for someone please have this same information. If you cannot make it at this time the packets will be left in the glass entrance of the elementary and can be accessed at any time. The offices are closed. If you need the office please let your teacher know and they will contact us. You can also email me at dcrawford@stockton.k12.mo.us We miss seeing all of you.
7 months ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - KASSIDY
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
Check these out! Mrs. Gumm helped lead the fourth graders in a this One Word project last month. Each student chose a word that represented themselves and wrote how they would try to live it out. They were presented at the monthly PTO meeting and I'm sure they'll be cherished for years.
7 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
Hey kids! Our Stockton Elementary teachers and staff are missing you! "You Can Count on Me Like 1, 2, 3" Check out this link! https://youtu.be/CHLyYAki9ug
7 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Dear Stockton Parents: Please read this entirely: Thursday, April 9th will be our next packet pick-up date. These packets will last you through April 24th. Pick up times will be from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. If you cannot make this time, please reach out to someone and see if they can pick up your child’s packet. High School- Packets will be picked up from the circle drive in front of the high school. Homework information will continue to be sent to Stockton student email accounts, the remind app, and google classroom. Middle School – Packets will be posted and uploaded on teacher webpages and google classrooms. Paper pick-up will be in the circle drive during the times stated above. Elementary – Packets will be available for pick-up in the circle drive. Please continue to check DOJO frequently as this is the best way for us to communicate with you. Drop off boxes will be located in front of each main office.
7 months ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton R-1
Due to the on-going situation with COVID-19 and the extended closure of school, the decision has been made to cancel this year's play performances. The health and safety of the cast members, as well as any potential audience members, is most important during this challenging time.
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
HS students/parents: The packets at the high school take a little longer to get together since we cannot split them by grade level. If you have internet access and can work online, several of our teachers have that option available otherwise packets are available in the hs office. Check the link below. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sgFqkZeefgqAGvktbkSSJj2BgtmSTWTWiO98W2Dj_Mg/edit Students returning work, please make sure you have your name AND you teacher's name on your work. Thank you!
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mike Postlewait
Parents and students, Due to the continued concerns related to Covid-19, and the extension of school being closed through April 24th, Stockton R-1 Schools has made the decision to cancel Prom on April 18th. If conditions improve before graduation time, we will make every effort to have a scaled down version of Prom for students at a later date. However, at this time, there are no guarantees. If the Covid-19 guidelines change where large groups can be together, a reschedule date will be announced. I have been in contact with The Venue and they have agreed to refund the money that had been collected for the reservation. Those who were planning on bringing underclassmen or outside guests will have the $100 fee reimbursed. Be safe and know that we are thinking about you everyday. Go Tigers!
7 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Robert Bolte
Reminder MS parents: This week’s academic packets are now available online on our teacher webpages. Paper copies will be available for pick up Tuesday through Thursday 9:00am to 11:00am in the hallway by the MS office. If you have completed work you would like to turn in we will also have grade level boxes for you to drop the work off in. Make sure your student's name is on the paperwork. Due to the circumstances, we not sure when staff will be able to go through the completed work.  We will be keeping the work on hand as our situation develops. Thank you.
7 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton R-1
A message from Mrs. Cross with Yearbook.
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Shannon Snow
Good afternoon. The Stockton School district will remain closed through April 24th. At that time, events will be re evaluated to determine if school can open. In the meantime, stay at home and check our social media for updates.
7 months ago, Shannon Snow
Stockton R-1
It's Fearless Friday to wrap up this week. We miss your faces so much! Show us those Fearless Faces and send your pictures/videos to tigerpride@stockton.k12.mo.us.
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
Earlier this month, first graders showed off their research and speaking skills at the PTO Living Museum Night. Student chose a famous person to research, wrote reports, and created a visual display. They even dressed up to present their speeches as their famous person. Great job first graders!
7 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Elementary Parents- Starting Tuesday March 31st there will be new packets of work for you to pick up. Pick will be in the cafeteria. You will need to come to the cafeteria parking lot. We will have staff there to bring your packets to you. Pick up times will be Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The teachers have reached out to you and asked if you prefer digital homework or paper packets. Approximately 90% of you prefer paper packets. We will move forward using paper packets. We strongly encourage you to use the online resources we have given such as Zearn, EPIC, google classroom, etc. Teachers will be posting a YOUTUBE video Tuesday morning. Take the time to watch this. We need you to check DOJO or Learning Genie daily as information may change very quickly. We have really enjoyed digital spirit week. Continue to send us pictures and videos.
7 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mike Postlewait
Parents/Students, With the ever evolving Covid-19 guidelines, I want to make sure that everyone understands if we continue to be out of school, Prom may have to be postponed and/or canceled. A final decision will be made later next week. If Prom is canceled, all underclassmen and outside date fees will be reimbursed. Thanks for your understanding.
7 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to Cassidy Duncan and Kaitlyn Hedrick for being named Academic All State in basketball. Way to go ladies!
7 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Robert Bolte
Attention MS parents: Next week’s academic packets are now available online on our teacher webpages. Paper copies will be available for pickup next Tuesday through Thursday 9:00am to 11:00am in the hallway by the MS office. Thank you.
7 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton R-1
Thankful Thursday is today's Spirit week theme. Show us what is making you happy during your time at home. Send your pictures or videos to tigerpride@stockton.k12.mo.us
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
Virtual Spirit Week has been so much fun so far! Let's keep it going for Wildlife Wednesday. Take your pics and send them in to tigerpride@stockton.k12.mo.us. House pets, squirrels in your backyard, take a walk on the trail and show us your favorite wildlife.
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
It was March Madness Picturebook Edition! Earlier this month, 2nd grade classes asked all of the elementary teachers to give them their favorite picture book. They got together to read them and then vote for their favorites. The winner was "The Brain is Kind of a Big Deal" sent to us from 4th grade teacher Mrs. Bays. Hey kids! What's your favorite book you've read this past week?
7 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
Day 2 of our Virtual Spirit week is Tik Tok Tuesday! Send your videos into tigerpride@stockton.k12.mo.us
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
Day 1 of our Virtual Spirit Week! Miss You Monday - Let’s see those pics!
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
Who’s ready for a Spirit Week!! Begins tomorrow. Let’s show our Tiger Pride! All ages!
7 months ago, Stockton R-1
Doug Crawford
Please read...
7 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
The Board of Education Candidate Forum has been CANCELLED. There will be no live events at this time. Again, all aspects of the Forum have been CANCELLED.
7 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Robert Bolte
MS parents, please keep in contact with our teachers over the break through our teacher pages. Teacher pages are located on our Stockton School app and/or located on our school’s website. Teacher pages will have their contact information, classroom/academic packet information, and home resources. Teachers will be updating their pages throughout our break. Here is a link to our teacher pages: http://www.stockton.k12.mo.us/o/stockton/teacher_pages#/ Thank you and if you have questions please contact the MS office.
7 months ago, Robert Bolte
Robert Bolte
For all MS students absent today we have academic packets available in the MS office for parent pickup tomorrow and Thursday from 8:00am to 3:00pm. Thank you.
7 months ago, Robert Bolte
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Due to the current situation, the format of the Board of Education Candidate Forum scheduled for Thursday evening has been changed. Rather than holding this as a public event, the candidates will share their responses to the previously posted questions during a Facebook Live event. The event is scheduled for 6:00-8:00 p.m. Thursday evening.
7 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Shannon Snow
Home delivery of free breakfast and lunch is available for all children under the age of 18 in the Stockton R-1 School District while we are out of school during the Coronavirus isolation. Check our Facebook page or call the office by Wednesday, March 18th at 3:00 pm. You must sign up by the deadline so we can plan.
7 months ago, Shannon Snow
Shannon Snow
On advice from the Cedar County Health Department, Stockton Schools will close starting Wednesday, March 18 through March 27th. A decision will be made at that time whether to return to school or not. During this time, all activities, including practices, games, and student meetings will be canceled.
7 months ago, Shannon Snow
Shannon Snow
See the attached letter regarding school closure. We will be in session on Tuesday, March 17th, but close for COVID-19 from March 18-March 27th. At that time, it will be re-evaluated.
7 months ago, Shannon Snow
Stockton R-1
Our High School students were inspired by our Middle School students and made their own weekly video. Here is something fun to start your week! https://youtu.be/aO9RUqlKFAM
8 months ago, Stockton R-1
Doug Crawford
We welcomed our parents and students to a wonderful display. It’s our annual living museum and 1st grade PTO meeting.
8 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
A great big THANKS goes out to Scott Morton, Rod Barnes and Mark Jones for the beautiful awning that was added outside the HS Library doors. It looks great and is awesome when those rainy days hit.
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
PIZZA BUFFET FUNDRAISER! Friday, March 13, 5:00-7:30 p.m. at Simple Simon's Pizza. The Junior Class is raising money for prom and would appreciate your support! Come out to support the class and enjoy an evening meal!
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stefanie Eslinger
SMS 8th graders visited the HS today to get a glimpse of their new home for the next four years. HS student ambassadors took groups on tours of the elective areas and core areas where students were able to hear from their future teachers. Mr. Postlewait introduced and discussed the A+ scholarship program requirements, and Mr. Burns conducted pre-enrollment with the students. Thanks for having us!
8 months ago, Stefanie Eslinger
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to Jordan Albrecht for enlisting in the US Army!
8 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
SHS StuCo members had posters of appreciation made for the quick response by our local fire, sheriff, first responders, and ambulance departments for the fire alarm call that went out on Thursday right before the end of school. The school was evacuated as a precaution according to fire drill procedures.
8 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
PIZZA BUFFET FUNDRAISER! Friday, March 13, 5:00-7:30 p.m. at Simple Simon's Pizza. The Junior Class is raising money for prom and would appreciate your support! Come out to support the class and enjoy an evening meal!
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Today Stockton High School FBLA students treated the residents of the Lake Stockton Healthcare Facility to a Spa Day. Residents had their hair, makeup and nails done! The Spa Day was complete with a photo shoot in the new cafe!
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Today Stockton High School FBLA students treated the residents of the Lake Stockton Healthcare Facility to a Spa Day. Residents had their hair, makeup and nails done! The Spa Day was complete with a photo shoot in the new cafe!
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
Scholar Bowl took a team of five to the Fair Grove Invitational on Saturday, March 7th. The Invitational was comprised of 28 teams from the Greater Southwest of Missouri. They went 6-3 in pool play coming in third in their pool, and went into the consolation bracket against Strafford in a close game that came down to the wire in the 20th Round on the tossup question. They lost, but went on to win the next two matches against Strafford B and won a rematch against Richland to finish 8-4 on the day and a 7th place in the tournament. Michael Brown received a medal for tying 7th amongst point leaders averaging 52.4 points a game in pool play and his second medal so far by placing 5th in points per game at districts at Forsyth in early February. Next tournament is at Joplin Christian Academy, March 28th.
8 months ago, Stockton R-1
Lyndzie O'Keefe
The 2020 Daughters of Stockton dance was a success! Thank you for allowing us to be a part of tonight’s beautiful memories! Feel free to leave your favorite photos below!!
8 months ago, Lyndzie O'Keefe
Doug Crawford
Enjoying our March Tiger Pride Assembly. Very proud of all our students.
8 months ago, Doug Crawford
Robert Bolte
MS 3rd qrt reward day. Thank you to our PIC parents for serving “Shamrock” doughnuts to our students.
8 months ago, Robert Bolte
Kim Schmid
Family Fun Night Reminder! We will start serving food at 4:30 and sessions will be from 5-7pm. There will be 8 to choose from - rotating every 15 minutes. See you there!
8 months ago, Kim Schmid
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
The Stockton Community Teachers Association will host the Board of Education Candidate Forum on March 19, 2020. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the High School Library. During the event, candidates will be given an opportunity to respond to the following questions: As a potential board member, what is your highest priority? The governor supports increasing teacher salaries, but does not plan to increase funding for this initiative. Where do you stand on this issue, and how would you plan to keep teacher salaries competitive? Stockton School District has seen a steady decline in enrollment during the past few years. Moving forward, what do you see as the fiscal priorities as the enrollment and budget decreases? How do you feel about homeschool students participating in Stockton school extracurricular activities? What could be done to increase parent involvement? The public is encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be provided.
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton High School Students: This is a friendly reminder that ALL money is due for prom tomorrow, March 6th. This includes any underclassmen dues and/or guest fee. The cost for guest/underclassman is $100. Please bring all dues and/or guest fees to Mrs. Vaughn in the HS Library. Table sign-ups will begin next Tuesday, March 10th, in the library.
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
“Think and wonder. Wonder and think.” ~Dr. Seuss Miss A. Bland’s class is celebrating Dr. Seuss week! They are reading, writing, and creating projects based on his fun and imaginative books!
8 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Kindergarten Screening for 2020-2021 is April 20th from 10 am- 7 pm. It will be held in the elementary cafeteria. This is the only day we will be doing screening. If you have a child who will be 5 years of age by August 1st, they are eligible for Kindergarten. Please contact Teresa Farwell at 417-276-5143 ext 380 to schedule a screening time. Your child cannot be screened without an appointment. You must have shot records and birth certificate. The first day of school is August 25th. Incoming Kindergarten, 8th grade and Seniors will be required to have their booster shots and proof of those shots. Please reach out to your local health department at 417-276-6416 or your primary care doctor for booster shots. According to state regulations your child cannot attend school without required vaccinations. Please help spread the word.
8 months ago, Doug Crawford
Robert Bolte
Congratulations to the MS Students of the Month for February! February’s character word of the month was inquisitive. Students of the Month receive a $50 gift card sponsored by the Sertoma Club. 5th grade - Ryan Finch 6th grade - Raelyn Henderson 7th grade - Nataleigh Brummett 8th grade - Royce Cummings
8 months ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
"Think left and think right, Think low and think high, Oh, the thinks you can think up If only you try!" ~Dr. Seuss
8 months ago, Christa Price
Lyndzie O'Keefe
Reminder: The Father-Daughter Dance is this coming Saturday. Return forms and payment to your child’s teacher by Friday to save money on admission! Tickets are $20 in advance. If you would like to add to the initial pair (siblings, stepfathers, grandfathers, etc.), then it’s $5 per additional person. The initial cost moves to $25 at the door. Come enjoy this year’s black-out dance!
8 months ago, Lyndzie O'Keefe
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to the Tiger basketball team for their victory over Buffalo. The Tigers will play again on Saturday at 6:30 vs Butler for the Class 3 District 10 championship. A pep bus for grades 9-12 will leave from the high school at 4:45. Cost is $5 which is you admission to the game. Come out and support the team. Go Tigers!
8 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
Some amazing first and second readers shared stories and smiles with the residents at the Stockton Nursing Home today.
8 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
The Stockton High School History Bowl competed at SBU on February 27, 2020. Pictured on the top is Team 2 who took 3rd place: Michael Brown, Cameron Akins, Taylor Winchell, Kaitlyn Creek, Caleb Morton and Brendan Barber.
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
I do believe we have some SES primary students that are 100 Days Smarter! Check out these smiles from Mrs. Finch's class.
8 months ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
SHS Student Council presented $152 to Mrs Stephanie Johnson for the Special Olympics program. StuCo sold homework passes to the student body to raise the money. Go Tigers!
8 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
Fourth graders worked with earthenware clay creating ceramic sea turtles. 
8 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Attention Stockton Senior Class of 2020!! Here is a list of important dates/deadlines for the remainder of the year. Please pay attention to upcoming dates and if you have any questions feel free to ask. Thanks, Mrs. Vaughn
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Attention Stockton Seniors, Jostens will be in the HS Library February 28th during advisory to deliver cap, & gowns. Please be sure to bring cash and/or money order to pay your balance. If you need to know your balance feel free to stop by the HS Library and check with Mrs. Vaughn.
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Kim Schmid
Middle School Parent/Teacher Conference & Fun Night
8 months ago, Kim Schmid
Christa Price
1st Graders have been doing Exploration Stations in library class this past week.  They've read oversized nonfiction books, created with pattern blocks and magnatiles, and shared their own version of "If You Give a Cat a Cupcake."
8 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
One final picture for the weekend!
8 months ago, Doug Crawford
Kim Schmid
National I Love Teaching Week #LOVEteaching2020
8 months ago, Kim Schmid
Doug Crawford
#loveteaching- This was National I Love Teaching Week. Teachers truly love what they do!
8 months ago, Doug Crawford
Kim Schmid
#loveteaching2020
8 months ago, Kim Schmid
Christa Price
SES is celebrating kindness week with daily reminders and challenges.
8 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
On Tuesday, February 11, Stockton FBLA members competed at FBLA DLC. In total 31 students were recognized for their accomplishments. Students placing 1st in performance events and 1st through 5th in objective events will compete at SLC April 19-21. Overall, Stockton students placed 2nd out of 24 schools! Congratulations to all! You represented Stockton well!
8 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
We are very proud of our kindergarten students and teachers. Tonight they are showing off their skills at our board of education meeting.
8 months ago, Doug Crawford
Kim Schmid
Parent Teacher Conference Family Fun Night
8 months ago, Kim Schmid
Christa Price
Each SES student made a heart-felt message for one of their teachers. These have hung in the cafeteria for the month February.
8 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Congrats to our SES Artists of the Month
8 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Mrs. Stewart led third and fourth graders in the National Anthem at the high school basketball games tonight.
8 months ago, Christa Price
Shannon Snow
Stockton Tiger Cheerleaders perform at halftime. 📣
8 months ago, Shannon Snow
Stockton R-1
Mark your calendar!
8 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
Tuesday Night is Family Night!
8 months ago, Christa Price
Kim Schmid
Middle School Semi Sweet Formal is going on now!
9 months ago, Kim Schmid
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Truman loves hanging out with the kids on Valentine's Day. He is such a gentleman!
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Robert Bolte
Valentine’s Day inspired MS art projects.
9 months ago, Robert Bolte
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Happy Valentine's Day!! Please remember to bring ALL High School Valentines to the HS Library. Thanks.
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Elementary Valentine's Day Parties are 2:30-3:15 on Friday.
9 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Miles for Smiles will be here February 25th-March 3rd. Consent forms will be sent home today. Please fill out and return by Tuesday.
9 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Who wouldn't want to remember all those fun times in high school? If you haven't purchased a high school yearbook, get one today @www.jostens.com or by order forms which will be in the office soon. Yearbooks are $42, personalization is $5.75 and icons are $3.50 per icon. Thank you.
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Robert Bolte
MS Dance Tomorrow Night 2-14-20
9 months ago, Robert Bolte
Doug Crawford
Elementary Valentine’s Day parties are tomorrow- February 14th. Please do not block the circle drive from our bus line up. Parking in the cafeteria parking lot is preferred.
9 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Congratulations to Stockton Senior Sammie McGuire who signed with Evangel University to play football in the fall.
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Congratulations to these Stockton Tigers who made Academic All State for volleyball!
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Third Grade finished their biography unit with Walt Disney. SBU student and future teacher, Cassie Copeland shared details about his life and the Disney College program opportunities that are now available. What an awesome place to live, work, and learn!
9 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
The next Elementary PTO Night is this Thursday, February 13th at 6:00 p.m. Fourth graders will be performing and presenting their One Word Flag Projects. These are amazing! You don't want to miss it!
9 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Come join us!
9 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Valentine's Day is Friday! ALL deliveries will need to be dropped off at the high school library doors. Thanks.
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Here's just a few of our awesome kiddos recognized in our monthly Tiger Pride Assembly! Way to go SES Tigers!
9 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Save these dates for summer school. More information will be available as the time gets closer. May28th-June 30th. Summer school will run from 8:00 am- 3:25.
9 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
HS Play Auditions next week!!
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
The High School FBLA competition scheduled for tomorrow has been canceled. This has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February Feb. 11th.
9 months ago, Stockton R-1
Shannon Snow
There will be no school at Stockton Schools ton Thursday, February 6th.
9 months ago, Shannon Snow
Christa Price
First grade recently learned about maps and read a book called Flat Stanley. Each student created their own Flat Stanley and sent him to a friend, family member, or acquaintance. They have started receiving responses back and have been so excited to see where Flat Stanley has traveled. Pictured are just a few students whose Stanley's have already made the trip back to us. We are looking forward to getting more in the next few weeks!
9 months ago, Christa Price
Shannon Snow
School at Stockton has been canceled for Wednesday, February 5th.
9 months ago, Shannon Snow
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Go Chiefs!!
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mike Postlewait
February High School Newsletter
9 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Stefanie Eslinger
Congratulations to the MS Students of the Month for January! January’s character word of the month was Joyful. Students of the Month receive a $50 gift card sponsored by the Sertoma Club. 5th grade - Wesston Garver 6th grade - Charley Laub 7th grade - Aurra Smith 8th grade - Cassadie Haden
9 months ago, Stefanie Eslinger
Christa Price
"It's more than just making a box. You are making a memory." Valentine's Day is quickly approaching! K-4 families, grab a box or bag, and enjoy! Classroom parties are on February 14th at 2:30. First grade teacher, Mrs. Williams gave us permission to share a recent memory making evening with her son, Isaac. ❤️
9 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Here's a couple Valentine's Day box ideas! SES kiddos have their parties on Feb. 14th at 2:30 and will need to bring in a decorated box or bag for all their fun valentines! And Go Chiefs!
9 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
The 1st-6th grade basketball camp starts back up again tomorrow.
9 months ago, Doug Crawford
Robert Bolte
MS 2020 Spirit Games. Congratulations 6th grade for winning the “Spirit Stick”! Go Tigers!!
9 months ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
Mahomes Madness was found throughout SES today. Tomorrow is Red Friday! Go Tigers! & Go Chiefs!
9 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
2020 Daughters of Stockton Dance info and sign ups are going home with the gals this week! Contact lokeefe@stockton.k12.mo.us with questions.
9 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
STOCKTON HIGH SCHOOL PROM --APRIL 18, 2020 IMPORTANT DEADLINES: Friday, January 31st is the last day to pay class dues for any juniors or seniors planning to attend prom. March 6th will be the deadline for outside guests and/or underclassmen planning to attend prom. Guest form can be picked up by the office, the library or can be printed off the Stockton website. Please take all class dues and/or guest fees to Mrs. Vaughn in the library in order to obtain a receipt.
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
You can tell our SES Tigers are cheering on the Chiefs this weekend! Super first grade readers are making Superbowl bookmarks while in library this week and third graders Tweeted good luck messages to the team and Mr. Mahomes during a brain break today! Thursday is Mahomes Madness dress up day. Don't forget those headbands and fun hairdos!
9 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
January 29th- Bus 18 is 10 minutes behind this morning.
9 months ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
January 28th- Bus 17 is running approximately 20 minutes late.
9 months ago, Doug Crawford
Shannon Snow
Dear Parent; The Stockton R-1 School District has been notified by the Cedar County Health Department (CCHD) that some of our students have had confirmed exposure to the mumps from a nearby community. According to information from the CCHD the incubation period of mumps is 16 to 18 days. The initial symptoms are flu-like including body aches, lack of appetite, headache, and low-grade fever. Mumps is generally characterized by swelling of one or more salivary glands, usually the parotid glands. If you feel your child has symptoms, please seek a medical evaluation from your physician. We have policies and guidelines that we must follow in such a situation. Please understand that we are NOT TO THE OUTBREAK STATUS. This letter is to inform everyone of the exposure and what will happen if an outbreak occurs. As per district Regulation 2850, In the event of an outbreak, students who are exempt from immunizations for any reason will be excluded from school for their own protection and that of other students, in accordance with State Rule 13 CSR 50-101.0412. The only exception will be students exempted by a physician because they have already had the disease and have available laboratory confirmation of immunity. We realize this is concerning for everyone in the community. If you have questions or concerns, please call either my office or school nurse, Karen Collins. If you are unsure of the status of your child’s immunization records, please call Karen Collins at 417-276-5143 ext. 222. She can update you on what we have on file for your child. We will monitor student health and be in contact with the Cedar County Health Department. If we receive additional information, we will forward it you parents as soon as possible. Check our website and Facebook page for information. Sincerely, Shannon D. Snow Superintendent
9 months ago, Shannon Snow
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
STOCKTON HIGH SCHOOL PROM --APRIL 18, 2020 IMPORTANT DEADLINES: Friday, January 31st is the last day to pay class dues for any juniors or seniors planning to attend prom. March 6th will be the deadline for outside guests and/or underclassmen planning to attend prom. Guest form can be picked up by the office, the library or can be printed off the Stockton website. Please take all class dues and/or guest fees to Mrs. Vaughn in the library in order to obtain a receipt.
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
The elementary is doing Spirit Week!
9 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Congratulations to the Stockton Tiger Girl's Basketball Team this past weekend at the Stockton Tournament! Go Tigers!
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to the JV boys basketball team for taking 1st place in the Morrisville Tournament on Saturday. Team members are left to right: Max Brown, Taylor Winchell, Kyle Elkins, Braden Postlewait, Hayden Mann, Beaux Brogdon, Colby Adams, Brandon Sullivan, and Aden Samples.
9 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
Some of our third and fourth graders visited the Stockton Nursing Home on Friday. They enjoyed sharing some books, conversations, and smiles.
9 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Preschool ☃️ Indoor Snowmen
9 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Snow Much Fun!
9 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Mrs. Smith's class created Chinese dragon puppets in art class this week. Video link: https://youtu.be/-ami6xYAH_8
9 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
English I students discussed self-selected novels during a "speed dating" activity prior to meeting in Book Clubs.
9 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
Speech students practiced their storytelling skills on this cold, snowy day!
9 months ago, Stockton R-1
Christa Price
Terrific tall towers & cozy corners ~ Pre-K kids are full of smiles even on cold and rainy inside recess days.
9 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
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!
9 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
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
9 months ago, Stockton R-1
Kim Schmid
Middle School Valentine Grams
9 months ago, Kim Schmid
Kim Schmid
Middle School Dance
9 months ago, Kim Schmid
Kim Schmid
Middle School Spirit Week
9 months ago, Kim Schmid
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton High School Courtwarming is next week! Attached is an informational flier for the whole week. Be sure to show your school spirit and dress up!
9 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
Thursday - January 23rd- Bus 17 is running approximately 10 minutes late.
9 months ago, Doug Crawford
Derald Henderson
We had about 70 basketball youth at our camp Saturday. It was a great time and we got a lot done. Session 2 will be February 1st in the MS gym. Its not to late to signup!! Go Tigers
9 months ago, Derald Henderson
Doug Crawford
This is a reminder that the Basketball camp for 1st-6th grade is tomorrow.
9 months ago, Doug Crawford
Shannon Snow
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.
9 months ago, Shannon Snow
Christa Price
Check out the winter artwork from our SES students! Mrs. Cross has led them in fun mixed media projects including a football throwing snowman, polar bears viewing the Northern Lights, snow globes and fun winter animals!
10 months ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
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.
10 months ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
Great job Gracie and Caden!
10 months ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
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.
10 months ago, Robert Bolte
Stockton R-1
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 jquick@stockton.k12.mo.us.
10 months ago, Stockton R-1
Doug Crawford
The Stockton Tigers Basketball Camp for grades 1-6 has been postponed due to a winter storm warning. It will be held February 15th.
10 months ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
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.
10 months ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
Don’t forget....
10 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mike Postlewait
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.
10 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Robert Bolte
Congratulations to our MS December Students of the Month. December’s character word was giving. Students of the Month receive a $50 gift card from our Stockton Sertoma Club. 5th grade: Emma Schwartz, 6th grade: JaiLe Elder, 7th grade: Eve O’Brien, and 8th grade: Bryson Saathoff.
10 months ago, Robert Bolte
Robert Bolte
MS January Middle Years Newsletter
10 months ago, Robert Bolte
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton High School students will be performing tonight during the annual Poetry Out Loud Competition beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the high school band room.
10 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
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
10 months ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
January HSY Newsletter
10 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Derald Henderson
Basketball Camp is coming up quickly for grades 1- 6.If you are interested, please fill out a form. It's going to be a great time. Thanks.
10 months ago, Derald Henderson
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Happy 2nd Birthday Truman!!
10 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
Our High School Esports team is hosting it's annual Jamboree Fundraiser. Lots of tournaments and free play. Concessions and Door Prizes! Please join us this Saturday at the Town Campus Cafeteria.
10 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
10 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Mrs. Hillsman's preschool class had a wonderful Christmas party on Friday, including a visit from Santa.
10 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
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
10 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Mrs. Crawford's preschool class had a very special visitor on Friday.
10 months ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
MS 2nd qrt reward day. Thank you to our PIC parents for serving “Grinch Punch” to our students. Happy Holidays!
10 months ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
First grade had a such a fun afternoon building gingerbread houses! Thank you so much to all those who sent in the supplies to make this event possible. Wonderful memories were made today!
10 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
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.
10 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
This is a reminder that Stockton Schools will dismiss at 12:30 on December 20th. School will resume on January 7th.
10 months ago, Doug Crawford
Kim Schmid
Middle School Spirit Week!
10 months ago, Kim Schmid
Christa Price
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.
10 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
The 12 Days of Christmas theme for today was Group Day. The HS faculty/staff decided to be a string of lights.
10 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Dr. Crawford, Mrs. Baxter, Mrs. Adams, & Mrs. Wheeler brought some of the 1st-4th graders to the Stockton Nursing Home this afternoon to read Christmas stories and sing Christmas songs.
10 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
A big thank you too Woods Grocery. They provided amazing Merry Christmas cookies to the staff today!
10 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
1st grade had a Polar Express day, complete with hot chocolate, popcorn, and pajamas! A big thanks to all the families who sent supplies for our fun day!
10 months ago, Christa Price
Stefanie Eslinger
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.
10 months ago, Stefanie Eslinger
Doug Crawford
Dec 18th- bus 4 is running 15-20 minutes late this evening.
10 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to Drew Wheeler (and family) for signing with Concordia University-Nebraska to continue his basketball career after high school. Best of luck Drew!
10 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
Mr Manring and the Tiger Band were presented the check from their mattress sale fundraiser today from CFS and Mattress Firm. Thanks to all those who purchased a new mattress in support of SHS band program.
10 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Stockton R-1
Trish with SMA HEC out of MSU was here on Friday to provide CPR and choking for our juniors.
10 months ago, Stockton R-1
Shannon Snow
There will be no classes at the exceptional pupil cooperative in Bolivar on Wednesday, December 18.
10 months ago, Shannon Snow
Stefanie Eslinger
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
11 months ago, Stefanie Eslinger
Shannon Snow
Due to inclement weather, there will be no school at Stockton schools on Tuesday, December 17th.
11 months ago, Shannon Snow
Christa Price
1st grade has been learning about Christmas around the world this week. Each day they've studied a new country and how they celebrate. Today they learned about Christmas in Germany and their tradition of making gingerbread cookies.
11 months ago, Christa Price
Shannon Snow
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.
11 months ago, Shannon Snow
Doug Crawford
A sneak peek. of our program. Great practice 3rd and 4th grade. Parents remember our concert for Preschool, 3rd grade and 4th grade tonight. All performers need to be here no later than 5:50 pm.
11 months ago, Doug Crawford
Christa Price
3rd and 4th graders are hard at work practicing for their Christmas concert.  Reminder... It is Thursday night at 6 in the middle school gym.
11 months ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
Lamar Career and Technical Center presenting to all 8th grade students about Vo-tech opportunities in high school.
11 months ago, Robert Bolte
Doug Crawford
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).
11 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
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!
11 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mike Postlewait
Public Service Announcement #2
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Doug Crawford
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.
11 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Don’t forget that Tuesday, December 10th is the High School Student Council’s food drive. Students and the community can drop off non-perishable food items all day tomorrow. All collected food will be donated to the SAMA food pantry to help local families in need.
11 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
We love to celebrate the successes and character of individual SES students at our Tiger Pride assemblies each month. Here are a pics from Friday's assembly. #ProudToBeATiger!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
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.
11 months ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
SES hallways are looking a bit like Christmas! Check out these amazing elementary art projects! (various grades K-4) These will look great hanging on your frig. soon!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
Reminder that the SHS Music department will perform their Winter Concert on Sunday, 12/8, at 2:00 pm in the high school gymnasium.
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
Miss Dodson’s second grade worked with earthenware clay in art recently. 
11 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Johnson took her students to MSU today to take a tour of the Bear Power program and the football program.
11 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
Juniors who took the ASVAB received their results today. SSG. Dixon and SPC. Rubin assisted students with interpreting their results and identify possible career interests.
11 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mike Postlewait
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.
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
Public Service Announcement:
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
Looking to brighten up your home for Christmas. Check out the poinsettias for sale through FFA.
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Stephanie Johnson's students and a few High School Stu-Co students visited the Ronald McDonald House to make lunch for families staying there.
11 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Robert Bolte
Congratulations to our MS November Students of the Month. November’s character word was gratitude. Students of the Month receive a $50 gift card from our Stockton Sertoma Club. 5th grade: Eddie Gettys, 6th grade: Layden Shaffer, 7th grade: Layton Colvin, and 8th grade: Matthew Williams.
11 months ago, Robert Bolte
Robert Bolte
The Middle Years Newsletter will be sent home with MS students today.
11 months ago, Robert Bolte
Shannon Snow
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!
11 months ago, Shannon Snow
Mike Postlewait
High School Years December Issue
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
Willow's Winter Run
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Elementary Families- Check out The 12 School Days of Christmas! It begins on Tuesday!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Happy Thanksgiving from the third graders and Mrs. DeLozier's class! They studied the Thanksgiving story and enjoyed an afternoon of cranberry learning and fun!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Happy Thanksgiving from Mrs. Williams' first graders! These lucky turkeys survived this Thanksgiving with the help of some amazing and creative disguises!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Happy Thanksgiving from Mrs. Coyle's kindergarteners and Mrs. Crawford's preschoolers! They worked together and learned about Native American culture as they made clothing and headbands.
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Happy Thanksgiving from the SES first graders! They made homemade butter and played a Native American game called Toss and Catch.
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Here's a few more pics from second grade's balloon parade!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
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!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to the Lady Tigers on their 2nd place finish in the Fair Play tournament. Katie Hedrick and Lyndsy Gire were named to all tournament team. Congratulations!
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
"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
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
"Who are you thankful for?" "Bus drivers! Thank you for taking us everywhere. You are very kind. We are thankful for keeping us safe." ~Bentley "Thank you for driving us and keeping us safe on the way." ~Jace
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
"Who are you thankful for?" "I'm thankful for Miss April. She always smiles when I get my lunch. I am thankful for the cafeteria ladies because they make all of our food and they are nice to us." ~Braylynn "Thank you for all the yummy food!" ~Mrs. Delozier's class
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
"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!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
"Who are you thankful for?" "I am thankful for Nurse Karen because she cares about everybody!" ~Chayton "Thank you for being there for our owies and medicine. "
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
"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. "
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
"Who are you thankful for?" "I am thankful for Miss Teresa and Miss Angela because they make sure I get the things I need and that we get our bus notes every day." ~By Hanah
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Happy Thanksgiving from Mrs. Crawford's little preschool Pilgrims!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
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!
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
Happy Thanksgiving from Mrs. Finch's kindergarten!  They loved making (and eating) Tipi dirt cake today!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Happy Thanksgiving from Mrs. Burns's kindergarten class! They enjoyed making Thanksgiving story bracelets and teepee treats this week.
11 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton Senior Class of 2020 will be selling Hurts Donuts this Saturday during the lighting ceremony on the square in order to raise money for senior trip. Cost will be $4 per donut.
11 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
Has your phone number changed recently? Please keep the school informed of updated contact information. You can call our office to do this.
11 months ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
Kindergarten through Fourth grade students will be participating in the walk. We welcome parents and guests to join them. Please read the picture.
11 months ago, Doug Crawford
Kim Schmid
Middle School Food Drive
11 months ago, Kim Schmid
Mike Postlewait
Pictured from Global Fest at SHS.
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
Pictures from Global Fest at SHS.
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
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!!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
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
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mr. Flora’s Physics class traveled to SBU to complete a projectile motion lab with Dr. Tompkins.
11 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mike Postlewait
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.
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
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.
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Mrs. Baxter took some first and second graders to the nursing home to read, share stories, and exchange smiles this week.
11 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
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
11 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Stockton R-1
HS students attended a campus tour at Crowder College in Neosho yesterday. They were able to visit different departments they were interested in.
11 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
HS students attended a campus tour at Crowder College in Neosho yesterday. They were able to visit different departments they were interested in.
11 months ago, Stockton R-1
Stockton R-1
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.
11 months ago, Stockton R-1
Doug Crawford
Seriously - Its cold. 😁. These are jackets that have been left at the elementary. I’m sure they are missed. ☃️
11 months ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
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.
11 months ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
Congrats to our Senior VB ladies. Go Tigers!
11 months ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
2019 Volleyball Banquet. Great season ladies and the best of luck in your futures.
11 months ago, Doug Crawford
Doug Crawford
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.
11 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to Kaitlyn Creek on her signing with MSSU to continue her volleyball career. Kaitlyn has had an outstanding high school career and set numerous records. Way to go Kaitlyn!Pictured are Coach Walton, Kaitlyn, and Asst Coach/mom Kelly Creek.
11 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
First grade is learning about the Thanksgiving story this week.
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Here's a few first graders hard at work. Check out the next post for the results.
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Just a reminder...
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Check out this amazing elementary art work!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Check out this musical first grade fun!
11 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Stockton Little Tigers Preschool has immediate opening for 4 year olds. Please contact staff at 417-276-5143 ext 210 for more details.
12 months ago, Doug Crawford
Christa Price
Third graders shared their Missouri Float Projects at school and again at tonight's PTO meeting. Great job kids!
12 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Wow! A huge THANK YOU to a donor that purchased a book fair book for every student in Miss Dodson's class today! 💛
12 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
3rd grade PTO night. Students doing the Paw Paw Dance.
12 months ago, Doug Crawford
Shannon Snow
Congratulations to Harbor School graduates Nathanial Gautreaux and Nikita Gabdeyev.
12 months ago, Shannon Snow
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Middle school and high school students participated in Special Olympics Bowling games at Sunshine Lanes in Springfield today. Mackenzie Harper placed 1st on her lanes & Mya Campbell placed 2nd on her lanes! Good job!
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Robert Bolte
Reminder the our MS dance is tomorrow night in the elementary cafeteria.
12 months ago, Robert Bolte
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Tanner got 1st on his lanes during the Special Olympics Bowling games at Sunshine Lanes in Springfield today.
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Middle school and high school students participated in Special Olympics Bowling games at Sunshine Lanes in Springfield today. Emily got first place on her lanes and Vevay got 3rd on her lanes! Good job girls!
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
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.
12 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
The Elementary PTO Book Fair is going on now! Kids can shop during the school day, but they have extended hours on Thursday. They'll be open 8:30-3:00, 5:00-6:00 & 7:00-8:00. They have the November PTO meeting with 3rd grade performance 6:00-7:00 p.m.
12 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Summer Kenney receiving a door prize and Drew Wheeler reporting Chapter Activities to a small crowd of 500 at State Convention for FTA.
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Coach Flora’s PE classes are working on their archery skills this week.
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
Please read if you filled out a coat form
12 months ago, Doug Crawford
Derald Henderson
Pie Auction Fundraiser Thursday November 14th. 6pm start at the high school gym. Go Tigers!
12 months ago, Derald Henderson
Shannon Snow
This is a message from Stockton schools and the Exceptional Pupil Cooperative in Bolivar. Classes are canceled for Tuesday, November 12th.
12 months ago, Shannon Snow
Christa Price
Miss A. Bland's class was excited to get books from a generous donor. Thank you!
12 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Miss Daniels led third graders in main idea surgery this past week.
12 months ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
HS Send Off for the XC team this morning!! Good Luck to the Stockton Cross Country team as they travel to Columbia, Mo. for state competition tomorrow morning. Go Tigers!
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
HS Veterans Day Assembly Honoring All Who Served - Thank You!
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
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!
12 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to the following volleyball players for being selected to post season honors: Summer Kenney- 2nd team All MLC and 2nd team All District 12 team; Kaitlyn Creek- 1st team All MLC and 1st team All District 12 team; and Kylie Hunter- 2nd team All District 12 team.
12 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Doug Crawford
The Daddy Daughter Dance scheduled for November 8th has been cancelled.
12 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Five Stockton High School science students placed 3rd at the Regional Envirothon Competition on Wednesday, November 6. They qualified for the state competition in the Spring of 2020. Pictured left to right: Tyler Johnson, Makayla Walker, Hayden Mann, Kira Frazier, and Seth Webb.
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Kindergarten classes are studying weather. Check out the fun Mrs. Coyle's class had as they explored what happens when clouds get too heavy.
12 months ago, Christa Price
Derald Henderson
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!
12 months ago, Derald Henderson
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to Kassidy Dalton and Jason Bradshaw for being selected as 4th chairs in their instrument area to the 2019 All District band. Jayla Thornton was selected as an alternate. Congratulations!
12 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
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!
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mike Postlewait
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!
12 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
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
12 months ago, Christa Price
Stockton R-1
Stockton High School would like to say "thank you" to Rep. Mike Stephens for donating red wristbands to all of the students and staff for Red Ribbon Week.
12 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mike Postlewait
Today, fall sport seniors went to elementary and middle school lunch to hang out with students and talk about their sports and activities. Go Future Tigers!
12 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Doug Crawford
Please return forms to the office no later than Wednesday.
12 months ago, Doug Crawford
Christa Price
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
12 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Check out these awesome popsicle stick and construction paper haunted houses created by students in Mrs. Rains's class!
12 months ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
First graders went trick or treating at the nursing home today! Lots of smiles!
12 months ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Preschool fun during our fall parties.
12 months ago, Doug Crawford
Mike Postlewait
Students at SHS getting into the Halloween “spirit.”
12 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
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).
12 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
A student from Mrs. Stephanie Johnson's class reading to a group of pre-school students.
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
Bus 12 is running approximately 20 minutes behind this morning-10/31/9
12 months ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton R-1
Stockton Middle School - Pumpkin Book Characters https://youtu.be/CXx_eonvwwg
12 months ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Class 2 District 12 Volleyball Championship celebration! Go Tigers!!
12 months ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to the Lady Tigers volleyball team for winning the Class 2 District 12 championship. They will play again on Saturday at Strafford vs the winner of District 9. Game time TBA.
12 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
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
12 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
Elementary Reminder~ Fun week ahead!
12 months ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
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.
12 months ago, Mike Postlewait
Shannon Snow
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
about 1 year ago, Shannon Snow
Christa Price
Science is a bit more real on days you get to wear safety goggles and gloves. It was Owl Pellet Dissection Day in third grade!
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Stefanie Eslinger
Congratulations to the MS Red Ribbon Week 2019 Poster Contest winners, sponsored by the TTTS TOP Club. Thank you to all students who participated to “Send A Message. Stay Drug Free.”
about 1 year ago, Stefanie Eslinger
Doug Crawford
Some of our students went to the nursing home today to read to our residents. While several of them were very nervous, they did amazing.
about 1 year ago, Doug Crawford
Mike Postlewait
High School and Middle School Student Councils attended the Southwest District Meeting today at Carthage High School. Students got lots of good ideas and are looking forward to using them at Stockton.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Doug Crawford
Domino is getting lots of attention and smiles!
about 1 year ago, Doug Crawford
Christa Price
How fun!... Mrs. Finch's class created homemade puff paint for their Earth projects today.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Rainy days call for parachutes, London Bridge, crafts, and so much more in preschool!
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
Fall parties and parade
about 1 year ago, Doug Crawford
Mike Postlewait
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.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
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.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Cary Chambers
MS ARROW kids had a great time carving pumpkins with the residents at the nursing home!
about 1 year ago, Cary Chambers
Robert Bolte
Congratulations on the MS football victories tonight against Stafford. Great way end a very successful season for both 7th and 8th grade. Go Tigers!!
about 1 year ago, Robert Bolte
Robert Bolte
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.
about 1 year ago, Robert Bolte
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Congratulations to all Seniors during Senior Night at last home volleyball game! Go Tigers!
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Shannon Snow
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!
about 1 year ago, Shannon Snow
Christa Price
Last Friday was pumpkin exploration day in preschool! Students were counting seeds, describing pumpkins, and painting them with our friends from the Child Development class. Thanks again parents for donating so many amazing pumpkins!!!! They had lots of hands on learning.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Senior Night at Stockton High School
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Mrs. Hillsman's class made bats and enjoyed apple pie cups with their high school helpers last week.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
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.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
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!!
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to the varsity football team for their victory over Pleasant Hope tonight 80-6. Even more special that it happened on Senior Night for band members and football players. Pictured are seniors after their last home game as Tigers.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
Many classes spent a few minutes watching the live space station interviews, historic spacewalk, and ISS repair work today shared by NASA. Helmet cams with Earth as a background gave some amazing views and student questions.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Our high school football team gave high fives to elementary kids on the way to the bus this afternoon. Good luck tonight boys!!!
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Robert Bolte
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
about 1 year ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
Coach T and some SES students went for a run this morning in PE. Students grades 3-6 have been invited to join the Stockton Cross Country teams for their practice after school next Tuesday, Oct. 22nd.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to the SHS Grasslands Team for earning 2nd place at the State Grasslands contest on Oct 17. Team members are Hayden Mann, Garrett Haden, and Shanae Potts. Hayden was 2nd high individual and Garrett was 5th high individual.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
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.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
Here's a few more smiles from tonight's PTO meeting with kindergarten performances. Mark your calendars....The next PTO meeting is November 14th. Third graders will perform at that meeting.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Kindergarten had a successful PTO night tonight! They sang songs showing off their letter sounds and amazing counting skills. They also showed their family some of their hard work! Thank you parents and PTO officers for all your support!
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Stefanie Eslinger
The Tater Taco Toaster Strudel (TTTS) Teen Outreach Program (TOP) Club is proud to sponsor Red Ribbon Week 2019 Spirit Days at the Middle School, next week, October 22-25! We hope to see lots of students, teachers, and staff join in to "Send a Message. Stay Drug Free."
about 1 year ago, Stefanie Eslinger
Kim Schmid
"Under the Sea" Middle School Book Fair Oct. 29th!
about 1 year ago, Kim Schmid
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Attention Stockton High School Students! Tonight's theme for the volleyball game against ElDo is Pink Out!! Game time is 6 p.m. Be sure to wear your pink and cheer on your Lady Tigers!
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Miss Bland's first graders enjoyed some of the last of their harvest from the school garden today. They planted these last spring. Thank you kids! Many local students and families appreciated their tomatoes and peppers for the past few months.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
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.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
SHS junior Jenna Rickman qualified to compete in the Class 1 MSHSAA State Golf Tournament on October 21-22 at Fremont Hills Country Club in Nixa, MO.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
Stockton Tiger marching band participated in the MIZZOU Homecoming Parade on Saturday.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
Stockton Tiger XC varsity team placed 1st in the Butler Invitational on Saturday. Pictured is the team and individual medal winners-Colby Adams 7th, Wyatt Colgrove 2nd, and Braden Postlewait 9th.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
Yum! Preschoolers made fresh apple cider this week! Thanks parents for donating so many delicious apples and to Mrs. Crawford’s parents for bringing in the apple press and teaching kids about the process.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
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.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
More Spirit Day pictures
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
Spirit Week day 3 activity was “Group Day”. Outstanding participation from faculty and students.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Doug Crawford
Socktober
about 1 year ago, Doug Crawford
Stockton R-1
Students visited the MSSU Healthcare Expo today in Joplin.
about 1 year ago, Stockton R-1
Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Stephanie Johnson's class making pretzels at Auntie Anne's in the mall.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Keli Vaughn
Mike Postlewait
Spirit Week day 2 activity- StuCo prepared s’mores for the student body during lunch times today as SHS celebrated Fall Day for Homecoming Week.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
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.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Doug Crawford
Forms can be picked up in school offices.
about 1 year ago, Doug Crawford
Keli Vaughn
Stockton High School students showing their school spirit for Tacky Tourist Day at volleyball game Tuesday night. Go Tigers!
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Robert Bolte
MS Fall Spirit Games. Go Tigers!!
about 1 year ago, Robert Bolte
Kim Schmid
Middle School Book Fair Check out the E-Wallet & Online Options! https://www.scholastic.com/bf/stocktonmiddleschool3
about 1 year ago, Kim Schmid
Keli Vaughn
Just a reminder that this week is Homecoming Week at the High School. Show your school spirit and have fun! Stockton High School Spirit Week Dress Up Days
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Robert Bolte
Just a reminder tomorrow is MS spirit day. Students please dress up in your class colors.
about 1 year ago, Robert Bolte
Robert Bolte
Congrats to the MS band members who marched to a first-place finish at Pleasant Hope on Saturday. Great job tigers!!
about 1 year ago, Robert Bolte
Christa Price
 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/ 
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Keli Vaughn
Congratulations to the Stockton Lady Tiger Volleyball Team on their 2nd place win at the Stockton Invitational Tournament.
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
First graders have been working on research skills and identifying key details as they read and write. Mrs. Whitesell's class learned about our solar system and focused their research on Venus. They also painted their planets to go with their writing.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
First graders enjoyed using instruments in Mrs. Stewart's music class last week.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
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!
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Miss Russell's 2nd graders worked on place value using open number lines on Friday.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
SES Newsletter
about 1 year ago, Doug Crawford
Shannon Snow
MS ARROW is off to a great start! BIG thank you to Liz Colvin and Sherry Griffith for their generous donations! We will continue to collect bags of candy for our booth until the day of “Halloween in the Park”. Feel free to drop them off in the MS Office. BE THE ONE 🐯♥️
about 1 year ago, Shannon Snow
Shannon Snow
Book character pumpkin decorating contest details
about 1 year ago, Shannon Snow
Keli Vaughn
Mid Missouri Personal Teller Kenadee Ankrom and President Rick Coale delivered a banking presentation to personal finance students on Tuesday.
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Keli Vaughn
Mrs. Johnson's class at the Inclusion Revolution with Special Olympics in Joplin, MO.
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Mike Postlewait
October High School Newsletter
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Mike Postlewait
SHS boys XC teams finished 2nd in the varsity race and jv took 1st in the Lamar XC Invite on Oct 1. All 8 of the jv runners medaled by placing in the top 20. In the girls race, Shanae Potts finished 13th.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Keli Vaughn
Stockton High School students listening to a band from Christian County while attending the Transition Fair in Nevada.
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
A couple of third grade parents asked if they could purchase books for all of our third graders! Wow! A big box arrived today! Students were able to choose from Charlotte's Web or Frindle. Thank you for helping encourage a love of reading!
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
SHS blood drive is going on today. Please come out and donate!
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Stockton R-1
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
about 1 year ago, Stockton R-1
Shannon Snow
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.
about 1 year ago, Shannon Snow
Mike Postlewait
Congratulations to the Tiger XC team for their 1st place finish in the Stockton Invitational held on 9/24. Great job Tigers!
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Keli Vaughn
Stockton Lady Tiger and MSSU volleyball teams after an awesome game. Thank you MSSU for letting us come out and watch the game. Nice win over C of O
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Doug Crawford
Go Stockton Elementary Cheerleaders!
about 1 year ago, Doug Crawford
Christa Price
Great workers. Great smiles. Great kids! Check out the wonderful learning and ice cream fun in Mrs. Delozier's class this week.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
3rd graders enjoyed a trip to the Cedar County Museum today to learn more about our local history. Mrs. Judy Nichols told stories about the first settlers in the area, early schools, and more. They also got to spend a few minutes at the park and sneak a peek at the mural in the courthouse.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Doug Crawford
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.
about 1 year ago, Doug Crawford
Keli Vaughn
Stockton Seniors, If you did not order your cap/gown/tassel on order day please follow these instructions to order online.
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Christa Price
Dr. Crawford helped with some reading groups this morning.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
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.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
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.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Keli Vaughn
Attention Stockton Senior Class of 2020: Jostens will be in the HS library Wednesday, September 18th during 1st advisory to place orders for cap/gown/tassel and other items. Please have your order form filled out a long with a deposit for items purchased. Contact Mrs. Vaughn with any questions.
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Keli Vaughn
Thanks to Sundae's Drive-In for supporting our high school by donating two gift certificates to Student Council to use as prizes at the beginning of the year pep assembly and mixer.
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Keli Vaughn
Middle School showing their school pride at Friday night's football game. Way to go!
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Keli Vaughn
Spirit Club at Friday Night's Football Game against Skyline. Way to go Spirit Club! Go Tigers!
about 1 year ago, Keli Vaughn
Mike Postlewait
3 Tiger XC runners received top 15 honors at the Cottey College Invitational Meet on Saturday in Nevada. Pictured left to right are Colby Adams (10th), Wyatt Colgrove (9th), and Shanae Potts (14th). Congratulations and Go Tigers!
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Christa Price
This week our kindergarteners discussed patriotism and learned how using cooperation can accomplish a lot! Together Mrs. Coyle's class created our country’s flag! Way to go K!
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Check out these precious smiles and amazing manners during lunch in Mrs. Crawford's preschool room! "We are thankful for our amazing classroom, friends, and delicious food prepared by our wonderful staff!"
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
Here's a few more photos from Tuesday's Grandparents Night rock painting activity.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Christa Price
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.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price
Mike Postlewait
Representatives from Crowder College Upward Bound Program visited with 9th graders on Wednesday. See attached handout for Upward Bound qualifications.
about 1 year ago, Mike Postlewait
Lyndzie O'Keefe
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 lokeefe@stockton.k12.mo.us Go Tigers!
about 1 year ago, Lyndzie O'Keefe
Alex Allen
This month we are focusing on Respect. 6th grade has decided to show respect and kindness by creating a shout-out board where they can call each other for being kind and respectful
about 1 year ago, Alex Allen
Christa Price
Third graders were among the many grade levels that discussed the events of September 11, 2001 today. In age appropriate slides, video, and readings, students discussed the reason it is called Patriot Day and ways we can continue to honor those that sacrifice for our freedoms.
about 1 year ago, Christa Price