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Our mission is to provide a quality education through shared responsibility in a safe supportive environment for all students to meet the challenges of a global society.

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Fireworks Safety

Local agencies are reminding you to stay safe and follow city rules if you use fireworks this Fourth of July. You can click for important dates, contact information and safety tips from the Stockton Fire Department.

Assembly Bill (AB) 104

Assembly Bill (AB) 104 includes several provisions designed to address learning loss that occurred during the 2020-2021 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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About Us

  • 12 Schools
  • 2 WASC - accredited High School
  • Extended Day Programs at all Elementary Schools
  • Preschool classes at All Elementary Schools
  • certificate
    92.2% Graduation Rate
  • Students
    9,054
  • All students have access to Chromebooks and iPads. 1:1 Chromebooks for all students in grades 2-12:
    digitalcitizenship
  • High School Athletics
    Visual and Performing Arts
    Dual Language
    and STEM Programs Available
  • Diverse student community: 12.7% African American, 0.5% American Indian, 9.7% Asian, 3.5% Filipino, 47.9% Hispanic, 3.1% two or more races, 1.2% Pacific Islander, 21.2% White

Principal's Message

Welcome to John R. Williams Elementary.  John R. Williams School educates students in grades preschool through sixth grade.  Each day we strive to provide excellence in education for all of our students.  It is one of nine elementary schools in the Lincoln Unified School District serving children from the North Western part of Stockton.
It is the collaboration of educators, students, and families, through which academic success is achieved.  We value your involvement with our school in every way. 
 
John R. Williams School takes pride in serving an ethnic and socially diverse group of students and families.  It is here within these walls that our students learn to accept differences and understand how important it is in responding to our world.  
 
Principal,
Jennifer Heck