• School Programs

    Boys & Girls Athletics

    Our goal is to improve the quality of life for all students and ensure that student-athletes grow and develop both in and outside of the classroom, thereby positioning them to become successful.  Athletic tryouts are announced as the season approaches.  Students must have a current physical in order to participate.

    The Color Guard Team (Armed/Un-armed)

    The Stockard LCC Color Guard normally consist of four cadets per team.  They are expected to present the colors (U.S. Flag) proudly and sharply at ceremonies, competitions, community parades and school events. Individuals selected for this team will represent Stockard M.S. at various competitions this year. 

    The Drill Team

    The Stockard LCC Drill Team is made up of cadets who are particularly interested in the sharpness and precision of marching and working as a team. The drill sequence that we use was developed by Military Close Order Drill and the Manual of the Arms.  Students on the Drill Team are expected to be the elite of the LCC unit and set the highest standards in sharpness, discipline, performance and appearance (in uniform).  Both teams compete each year against 32 other LCC programs in the district.  Students not enrolled in LCC are also able to join. 

    National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)

    National Junior Honor Society is an international organization built on five principles: leadership, citizenship, character, service, and scholarship. NJHS will serve our community, school, and other organizations through fun service projects throughout the year. As a member of NJHS, students will have the opportunity to create a network of intelligent, hard-working friends and have a chance to give back through service.  Members will receive an invitation to join based on academic status.

    Debate Team

    The Debate Team allows students to work together to learn basic debating skills, including researching and writing casework to compete in local, and regional tournaments.  Additionally, students will develop speaking skills and build confidence as they prepare for the high school level.  Debate team is open to 6th-8th grade students.

    Destination Imagination 

    Destination Imagination is an international, educational program that gives kids an amazing outlet for their creativity, while teaching them leadership, teamwork, positive thinking, project management and so much more.  Students will be presented with a challenge and work in teams to solve and present their solutions at Regional Tournaments in late February or early March.   

    Book Club

    The book club is a morning club for all 6th grade students interested.  This club allows students to enjoy a good book, book discussions with peers, and occasional treats. 

    Academic Pentathlon

    Academic Pentathlon is an academic competition involving competition in five academic fields of study. Subjects focus on the sciences and humanities. Each grade level also competes in an exciting Super Quiz relay, a team event where parents, faculty, and classmates cheer for their teams from the sidelines, championing academics much like the environment of a sporting event. The top scoring teams and individual students are awarded medals and plaques.

     Academic UIL  

    Academic UIL is a competition designed to pair and develop upon what you learn in the classroom, both through learning specific subject knowledge, and through learning skills that are valuable in many disciplines. Approximately 3,000 Texas schools participate in A+ Academics, competing in more than 300 district meets each year. One competition in the fall and spring.

    Robotics Team

    The award winning Stockard Robotics Team is led by Mrs. Walaski.  Robotics Team members experience hands on building, sparking curiosity, excitement and interest in robots and technology.

    Math and Science Team (Texas Math & Science Association)

    Students will participate in grade level competitions district wide, as well as virtual competitions.  Contests include Number Sense, Calculator Applications, and Mathematics & Science.  Teams will consist of a minimum of nine members and all members must be academically eligible to participate.