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Water Testing Results
Starting this school year, schools by law must now test for lead in its drinking water.  IDEAL Environmental out of Bloomington, Illinois, performed the tests for the school district.  Any initial test that registers over 5 parts per billion initiates a mandatory plan to rectify the lead content.  Attached are the test results for all 3 schools in the district.  Three water sources were found to be over the 5.0 threshold:
ES: handicap sink in girls’ restroom in the grades ¾ corridor
MS: Porcelain drinking fountains in girls’ and boys’ locker rooms
HS: Kitchen pot filler
These water sources have been taken out of service and will be either replaced or cleaned and then tested again.

Parents who have a student in any of the three buildings will receive a separate letter pertaining to the test results by November 20.
For more information on the lead test results click the links below

High School
Middle School
Elementary School

 Education Foundation Says Thank You!


The Stockton Education Foundation raised $21,000 in four hours during this year’s Radio-a-thon event. During this year’s event, Stockton students from all grade levels performed, and student organizations as well as community organizations were interviewed. The Alumni breakfast was also held in conjunction and a good time was had by everyone who attended.

On behalf of the Foundation, teachers and students, we would like to thank all of our donors for making the 2017 Radio-a-thon a record breaking year. Thank you to all of the volunteers who donated their time to make this year’s radio-a-thon a success.

Donations can still be sent directly to Stockton Education Foundation, 540 N Rush street, Stockton, Illinois 61085.

Parent Teacher Conferences are Scheduled for the following dates:

Wednesday, October 25: 3-8 pm
Thursday, October 26: 3-8 pm
Friday, October 27: No School

June - August 2017 Newsletter

The latest newsletter can be found HERE.

Announcement of Vacancy

The Stockton Community Unit School District #206 is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Superintendent/Elementary School Principal who will begin work on July 1, 2018.  The compensation package will be regionally competitive based on successful administrative and teaching experiences.  The vacancy brochure and further information can be found HERE.

17-18 Registration 

Students planning to attend the Stockton Schools in the fall should register on Monday, August 7, from 11 am-7:00 pm in the High School Cafeteria.  Students who are entering kindergarten or are attending an Illinois school for the first time must have a vision check.  Students entering kindergarten, grade 2, and grades 6 must have a dental check-up.  Students entering kindergarten, grade 6, grade 9, or are attending an Illinois school for the first time must have a physical complete with proper immunization.  The offices in each respective building will be open for registration on August 8 & 9 from 9:00 am-3:00 pm as well. Registration information can be found here.


Board of Education Time Change

Regular meetings of the Board of Education now begin at 6:30 pm.  The new start time begins with the Monday, July 17 meeting.

Middle School Construction

Due to construction, the Middle School will be closed May 30th - Aug 7th.  Please visit the High School office for any Middle School related business.


A Notice For Parents

Dear Parents and Guardians,

You may be aware of a popular Netflix series that is gaining considerable attention among teens and pre-teens: 13 Reasons Why. It is a fictional series based on a young adult novel by Jay Asher with the same title.  The series has also spurred discussion among mental health professionals and educators and we would like to take this opportunity to open lines of communication on the subject.

13 Reasons Why portrays the story of a 17-year-old girl who commits suicide and leaves behind 13 tapes explaining why she took her own life. The series is graphic in nature, depicting scenes of rape, underage alcohol and drug abuse, bullying and sexism. It has received criticism from mental health professionals for its depiction of suicide and survivor’s guilt.

It is of particular concern that many teens may watch the series without the guidance of a trusted adult. While it is not recommended that teens be encouraged to watch the series, it is important to ask whether your child has seen or heard of it and to engage in conversation with them about suicide, mental health and ways to find help.

Attached you will find a document from the JED Foundation, 13 Reasons Why Talking Points, that can serve as a guide for discussion with your child. Below is information from the National Association of School Psychologists providing additional guidance.

1.     Ask your child if they have heard or seen the series 13 Reasons Why. While we don’t recommend that they be encouraged to view the series, you may offer to watch it with them and discuss their thoughts.

2.     If your child exhibits any warning signs, don’t be afraid to ask if they have thought about suicide or if someone is hurting them. Raising the issue of suicide does not increase the risk or plant the idea. On the contrary, it creates the opportunity to offer help.

3.     Ask your child if they think any of their friends or classmates exhibit warning signs. Talk with them about how to seek help for their friend or classmate. Guide them on how to respond when they see or hear any of the warning signs.

4.     Listen to your child’s comments without judgment. Doing so requires that you fully concentrate, understand, respond, and then remember what is being said. Put your own agenda aside.

5.     Get help from a school-employed or community-based mental health professional if you are concerned for your child’s safety or the safety of one of their peers.

Please contact your school principal if you have questions or concerns. School counselors are equipped with resources to address this important issue and are available to provide support and guidance.  Please be assured, your child’s safety and wellbeing is our topmost concern.  Thank you for your attention.

https://www.save.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/13RW-Talking-Points-Final_v6.pdf Talking points to attach

2017 Prom Photos are Now Available for Purchase here.

2017 Commencement Speaker Announced

We are pleased to announce that Brandon Arnold, Class of 2004, will be the guest speaker at the 2017 Commencement ceremony on May 21st. Dr. Arnold completed his undergrad at St. Ambrose University, Medical School at Des Moines University, and is currently completing his Pediatric Residency at Akron Children’s Hospital. Next year Dr. Arnold plans to complete his Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Brandon had a huge impact as a student at Stockton High School and was active in many school activities.

Radio-a-thon raises record $23,000!

2016 - 2017 Student Accident Insurance

Parents can enroll online by the use of a dedicated secure enrollment website or by calling 877-444-5014 (beginning  July 1st).  You can find more information on their website http://markel.sevencorners.com.  On this website, parents will be able to: 

  • View all of the coverage and premium options
  • Review a Frequently Asked Questions section
  • Purchase the insurance using a credit/debit card and receive an instant and printable confirmation of what they purchased

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