Need more social opportunities for children... Kindergarteners are forced to sit boy girl boy girl at lunch and my child has told me they are not allowed to talk, or at most allowed a quiet whisper, but he is afraid of getting in trouble, so does not talk at all! Can't talk in line, cant talk at lunch,
... Read more can[t talk in class... how is THIS more social than homeschooling!!? Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/04/10
My children have been attending this school for 5 years now and I have 6 more to go with my next child. It is a wonderful school. The parents that are involved are a tight knit group. They work together to help this school in any way they can. Parents have every opportunity to get involved. They can
... Read more join the PTA, FOS, or just work in the class. Every little bit helps the teachers and staff. We have never had any complaints. Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/28/08
My daughter has been at John Stockton since kindergarten. We have been very happy with our experience. They boast a very involved PTA and a men's group called the friends of Stockton that raise money for the school.
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Posted by a parent on 07/28/08
I have two boys that attend school here and one will be leaving to middle school this year. I am truly going to miss having him at Stockton because of it's warm atmosphere and awesome teachers. The parental envolvement is great and the reading dinner theater and fall festival are lots of fun. The
... Read more office staff are friendly and it's a small school environment so everyone knows each other. Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/02/08
My son attended Stockton from grades 2-5. There was always something 'extra' going on for the kids and the teachers are generally positive and caring. The parental involvement via PTA, Patrols, and FOS (a group of dads making a difference) is amazing. The carpool line is the best-run/most efficient
... Read more one I've seen so far. The afterschool program is not 'enriching' but the kids are safe, and I wish there was more exposure to the arts/music, but overall this is an excellent elementary school. Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/07/07
I love this school. The discipline is great. I don't see kids acting up at all here. There is the little click problem. My son loves it here, the classes are small and he began reading before I knew it. They do music, art and pe. No problems there. Parents are very involved and encouraged to be involved.
... Read more Lots of field trips and affordable activities. Great lunches, great teachers. Love love love it! Read less
Posted by a parent on 02/23/07
My son attended John Stockton for 6 fantastic years. The school is easily one of the best in the state, if not the country. The teachers are caring and compassionate and go well beyond the call of duty. Evening activities are always happening at JS. That tells you how much these teachers care. Reading
... Read more Theatre, dances, festivals.....these are the things we are now keeping close to our heart as our son has moved on to middle school. The classroom curriculum is not for the faint of heart. These kids have homework and plenty of it. That's why the FCAT score are always high. That's also why our son's transitition to middle school has been an easy adjustment. I would highly recommend this school to any parent who believes strongly in a great education for their child! Read less
School Profile for John Stockton Elementary School
FCAT2* Test Scores
Test Year: 2012
John Stockton Elementary School
Duval County Public Schools
* In 2011-2012 Florida used the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT 2.0) to test students in grades 3 through 10 in reading, 3 through 8 in math, and in grades 5 and 8 in science. The FCAT 2.0 is a standards-based test, which means it measures how well students are mastering specific skills defined for each grade by the state of Florida. The FCAT 2.0 has 5 achievement levels, with level 1 being the lowest and level 5 the highest. Florida considers scores of level 3 and higher to be on or above grade level. The goal is for all students to score at or above level 3.
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visual and performing arts, special talents in visual art, music, dance, drama, or other related studies;
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Special Education Classes
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Adult Education Classes
Programs offering GED or equivalent courses for adults within regular schools, whether classes are held during evening or daytime schedules.
English as Second Language
English language classes for students whose first language is not English.
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Jacksonville schools — John Stockton Elementary School is located at 4827 Carlisle Rd, Jacksonville FL 32210. 4827 Carlisle Rd is in the 32210 ZIP code in Jacksonville, FL The school district for John Stockton Elementary School is the Duval County Public Schools. John Stockton Elementary School is a Public school that serves grade levels K - 5.
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