Give kids a smile
Stockton, IL- In conjunction with the American Dental Association's Give Kids A Smile Day and National Children's Dental Health Month, the Stockton Dental Center will be hosting its 32nd Annual FREE DENTAL CLINIC for children. Dr Petras, Dr. Pullara, staff and volunteers will provide preventative dental care for any child without dental insurance, up to 14 years of age on Monday, February 17th, 2020 from 9 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on a first come, first serve basis.

Free check-ups, cleanings, x-rays, fluoride, and sealants will be provided as deemed necessary and as time permits. In addition, we will be presenting brushing and flossing instructions and distributing a free toothbrush, floss, toothpaste and "dental treats" to all participants.

This Valentine to the community is our way to celebrate the importance of every child's healthy smile.


2019-2020 High School Yearbook order form

 2019-2020 Elementary/Jr High Yearbook information


We have a new way for you to contribute pictures to our Elementary and Junior High Yearbook!  If you have any pictures to share we would love to have them.  
Please upload them to the website below 

Yearbook sales for the 2019-2020 yearbook have officially began.  This year's yearbook will be $15 dollars and is available to purchase via a form or online at

Yearbook code: 6825920

After January 1st the cost of the yearbook goes to $17.00.  

There will be no extra yearbooks ordered so get your order in today! The LAST day to order a yearbook is March 22, 2020 

5 Essential Parent Survey

1. Visit and select Parent Survey.
2. Select the necessary language to complete the survey.
(English or Spanish).
3. Enter email address and county of your child’s school.
4. Advance to survey questions.
5. Answer all applicable questions.
6. Click Submit Survey.
To start survey click on the following link.

The fourth annual District Assessment Survey is now available. Legislation requires each school district to report information to ISBE concerning the administration of standardized assessments to students at each school. The law also requires schools to make this information public via the school district's website or distribution in paper form. Districts can comply with this requirement by linking to the assessment survey results. This will also allow districts to track their completion rate. The survey will dynamically populate data submitted in the previous year for review and editing as needed.


Quick Links

Upcoming Events

Top School Districts in Illinois

2019-2020 Budget
2019-2020 District Handbook

Bullying and Harassment

The District does not tolerate acts of bullying and harassment on any prohibited basis, including acts of harassment based on disability, race and gender. The District has recently adopted revised bullying and harassment policies, which are available at    Any person who believes he or she has been subjected to harassment or a hostile environment should report the harassment or hostile environment to the District and the District will conduct a prompt and thorough investigation into the complaint. Persons who are found to have engaged in acts of harassment or other acts that create a hostile environment will be promptly disciplined in a manner consistent with the District’s anti-harassment and bullying policies and the student code of conduct. Bullying and harassment are best prevented by students, parents and District staff working together to identify and respond to such acts.

i.        7:180 Bullying, Intimidation and Harassment of Student Prohibited

 ii.      7:20 Sexual Harassment of Students Prohibited

Website by SchoolMessenger Presence. © 2020 Intrado Corporation. All rights reserved.