The SJHS basketball games at Smith Center have a start time of 4:00 pm. This is different than our school calendar posting. Order of play: B,C,A Boys at the high school B,C,A, Girls at the grade school-Girls will only play B,A
Congratulations to our KMEA JH Honor Choir and Honor Band performers! The concert was outstanding! #TigerPride271 Choir-Daniel Besperat, Liz Busonic, Coryn Hahn, Cappi Hoeting, Dylan Howell, Tiagen Kerr, Basil Powers, and Michel Smith. Band-Katie Kearny’s, Cameron Lindsey, Kaelyn Means, Justin Knoll, and Brook Kolar.
Cheer and Basketball pictures will be taken this Tuesday, Nov. 6th, beginning at 2:00. Please have your picture packettes filled out and with you to give to the photographer. Students, please have your uniforms with you for pictures, it is also a Home game day. Picture Retakes will be Wednesday the 7th of November. If you are getting retakes, you must return your packette in full if you have one. Those pictures will begin at 10 a.m. in the High School.
Basketball Shirts are available for purchase at: sjhbasketball.itemorder.com/sale
SJHS opens their basketball season tonight at home. We will host Phillipsburg with games starting at 4:30. Boys will play at SHS. Girls will play at SGS. CALENDAR CHANGE: Thursday the Tigers play at WaKeeney. Game time is 4pm. Game time is at 4pm (not 4:30).
The Stockton High School Human Growth & Development class celebrated Read for the Record with our kindergarten students at SGS. After enjoying the book together they created a work of art to share with someone special. The book was "Maybe Something Beautiful". They donated the books to the Title I program.
If you are planning on being your students guest for lunch, please make those arrangements with the office before 8:30 am. We are unable to accommodate walk-in's. *REMINDER* NO SCHOOL MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 due to teacher inservice
You are invited to attend a presentation by Melissa Fast, KSDE Math Consultant. Monday, October 29, 5:30 p.m. in the School Cafeteria. THIS IS AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT STANDARDS BASED GRADING.
Level 1 lockdown of the Stockton Schools has been lifted. Normal activities have been resumed.
Stockton School students and staff are currently in a Level I lockdown (confined to classrooms) in order to keep hallways clear due to a medical issue. First responders have been summoned.
6-8th Grade will participate in Pride Day on Wednesday, 10/24/18 in the afternoon by working on campus. Students, come dressed to school for work on pride day in clothes you don’t mind getting dirty, closed toed shoes and no shorts are to be worn. Please bring gloves.
Monday, October 22, 2018 6:30-7:00 pm - USD 271 Reads Birth to 6 -SGS Library 7:00-8:00 pm - Redesign Community Meeting EdCamp Style - SHS Gym *Please fill out the survey for the community meeting so we can plan to meet your conversation requests. https://goo.gl/forms/rwo1d9zYzIn1Grcp2
Dr. Watson asked the 427 attendees at the KSDE conference to name the top competency we wanted our own children to have-the top menti vote was perseverance. At the same time we receive this photo-perseverance exhibited at USD 271! Our interns constructing a new interactive white board for our library. #TigerPride271
The Stockton Schools will begin at regular time, Monday, Oct 15. Please be cautious and allow for extra driving time based on your local road conditions. Dress for the weather; it will be C-O-L-D in the morning. Go Tigers!
Lunch payments are due Monday, Oct. 15th. They can call Leslie at 425-6367 for questions.
The Plainville (Stockton) vs Ellis junior high football game scheduled for today, 10/09/18 has been cancelled. It will not be rescheduled.
The Homecoming Coronation Ceremonies will be held at 5:30 p.m.
The Homecoming Football Game vs. Clifton-Clyde will kick off one hour earlier than scheduled . The game will begin at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, Oct.4. GO TIGERS!
Homecoming Week activities continue! The bonfire will be held at approximately 8:30 pm tonight! The KAY games will be held prior to the bonfire! See you tonight! Let’s go Tigers!
Our 6-8 Grade Student Council attended the Regional Student Council Conference in Ellis today. They enjoyed learning from the keynote speaker, Michael Cuestes. He talked about goal setting, leadership, and overcoming obstacles. The members of the student council utilized the rest of the day planning for the school year with fundraising, service projects, recreation, and team building.
No play practice tonight. Rescheduled for Thursday.
The first order of Football shirts is in at the HS office.
We have opened up the online store for the HS football shirts until the 25th since several people missed it. stocktonfootball.itemorder.com
The 2018 Homecoming Candidates are: Malynn Plumer, Katy Kriley, Emma Bedore, Brady Beougher, Jalen Basart, Nathan Thomas
We hope you can join us on September 17th for an evening full of activities and information! * 6pm-7pm SGS Family Involvement Night w/ PE @ SGS Main Gym. *6:30pm 0-6 Reading Night In the SGS Library (Join us for PE Night first!) *7pm-8pm USD 271 Redesign Community Mtg @ SHS. Edcamp style with the topics: Standards Based Grading, Communities, and Personalized Learning.
Reminder~ Lunch payments are due Friday, Sept 14. Questions or balances call the District office 785-425-6367
“Knots in my YoYo String” was our story this week. Life lesson behind the story was that sometimes our life can get tangled in knots, but that doesn’t mean to give up. We can undo those knots with hard work, dedication, help from others, and perseverance. The 6th grade had fun working together at learning new knots. Building character and community in my in my classroom.
KAY Membership Breakfast! Tuesday, September 11th at 7:30am on the Stage! Come enjoy breakfast on us and hear about the KAY club!
The 7-12 Tiger Marching Band will be at the Kansas State Fair Mon, Sept 10 preform @ 10:40. Leave at 6:30 am Monday! Bring $$ for breakfast, lunch, and snacks. Black band pants, blue band shirt, and blue jackets. No sandals, flip flops, or boots. Practice at 7:15 am Friday am
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