Our Mission StatementWe provide our students with a superior education aligned with the Common Core Curriculum Standards, based upon knowledge and skills essential for success in the classroom and in society. We collaborate to make our curricular program meaningful for our students. We accomplish this in an environment where all members of the Stockton community respect and care for each other. Our actions reflect our motto: Stockton School, where everyone is someone special.
Please read the attached letter from Mr. Riordan regarding Parent Visitation Day at Stockton. Please be prepared with your student's ID number and the entry slip attached at the bottom of the letter. It is necessary to have a photo ID as well. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. We will begin checking parents' information at 9:15 so that you will be able to attend the start of the 9:30 class.
Please read the Principal's Letter on Security.
High school & middle school students: Please participate in Aramark's survey about school cafeteria food! Feedback from 60 or more students in each high or middle school building means students will be entered in a raffle to win a $50 Wawa gift card! Students who choose to take the survey anonymously will not be able to be entered into the raffle. Survey is open through Friday, November 16, 2018!
The PARCC Results 2018 Presentation is now available. The PARCC Results 2018 Presentation, presented at the October 16, 2018 Board of Education Action Meeting, details comparisons of Cherry Hill's Spring 2016, 2017, and 2018 PARCC results, along with individual school performance level results, and more.
Elementary PARCC Spring 2018 Individual Student Reports were mailed on October 3. Middle School and High School PARCC Spring 2018 Individual Student Reports will be uploaded into Genesis no later than 3:00 PM on October 4, 2018.
The Board of Education on March 13, 2018 adopted a Resolution calling for New Jersey Commissioner of Education Dr. Lamont Repollet and New Jersey Governor Philip Murphy either to put forth a spending plan that fully funds the School Funding Reform Act (SFRA) or, in the event the SFRA cannot be fully funded, make sure the funds available for state aid to schools be fairly and proportionally divided per the SFRA. The resolution further resolved that if full redistribution is not possible this year, that sufficient additional monies be allocated to Underadequacy Aid to close the adequacy gap. A copy of the resolution has been present to the New Jersey Commissioner of Education, the Governor of New Jersey, the State Senator and the State Assemblypersons from Legislative District 6, and the Mayor and Council President of Cherry Hill.
LaCoyya H. Weathington