Students create a scarecrow for the Connecticut Beardsley Zoo's Scarecrows on Parade annual fall event.
Drew Newcomb and Jesse Veilleux, two Stratford Academy graduates, were honored at our October Whole School Meeting on October 8th. Both Drew and Jesse developed projects as they work toward their Eagle Scout badges. Stratford Academy is thrilled that they both decided to return and "give back" to their former school.
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Jason Anderson, 6th grade class president delivered funds raised by Franklin students to help with the Puerto Rico relief efforts to the Red Cross at the Stratford Youth and Family booth in front of Stratford Stop and Shop.
Congratulations to Michelle Barba (first place) and Brendan Freese (honorable mention) on their awards for their entry in the Hispanic Heritage Essay and Art Contest sponsored by the Stratford Library Association.
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Each year, Bridgeport Rescue Mission runs a huge community outreach at Webster Bank Arena the week before Thanksgiving, giving away turkey meals and warm winter coats. In order to manage the volume of people, we ask families to register ahead of time and then come to the arena on a specific day to get their meals and coats. Please click on this story title for more information.
Parents- Please join us for our Open House. Click HERE for details
Click here for more information regarding our Eighth Grade Open House on Tuesday, October 24, 2017
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Congratulations to Dr. Armistead for being nominated Principal of the Year. We honored Dr. Armistead at our RKIND Assembly in September. Thank you to the 6th grade class for putting on a skit for her. We are proud of Dr. Armistead.
Chapel Street Elementary School adopted a 3rd grade class room in Texas after Hurricane Harvey. We held a dress down day for donations and collected approximately 2,000 lbs of clothing, food and school supplies as well as over $350.
See the animals, ride the carousel and enjoy the entertainment.
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Class of 2019 - JUNIOR RING DANCE
Vazzano's Four Seasons 11/6/17 6:30 – 10:30 $60
On Saturday,September 23rd, Johnson House families and staff members beautified the front entrance and outdoor classroom.
Turkey Bingo...a crowd favorite
All students receive a craft for their parents in December
Trunk or Treat for SHL Students
Harvest Fest, October 28
Eli Whitney's Open House will be held on September 26th at 6pm
On September 11, 2017 Johnson House presented a check to the Stratford Animal Rescue Society (STARS) for $1,765.50.
Franklin's teachers rolled out the red carpet for returning students! Click on this story to see pictures.
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CT Food Bank in partnership with the Stratford Department of Health will be distributing a variety of FREE fresh and nutritious food to individuals and families in September.
Summer Orientation set for Thursday, August 24th from 10:00-11:00 in the Auditorium
The Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS) recognized Wooster Middle School as having exemplary school climate. Click here for details.
Members of the Stratford High School Renovation Subcommittee dig some turf to start the renovation project on Friday.
Shiny shovels cut into the dirt in a field across the street from Stratford High School on a warm Friday morning. And with that, a project more than a decade in the making is ready to begin.
Stratford High School is ranked the 35th best school in Connecticut according to the U.S. News Best High Schools rankings. The school also received a Bronze Medal. SHS graduation rate was 92% and they scored and 18.8 in college readiness.
The U.S. News rankings include data on more than 22,000 public schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded gold, silver or bronze medals based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college.
- Eli Whitney School - Highest performing elementary/middle school | Highest growth for high needs students
- Nichols School - Highest performing elementary/middle school | Highest growth for high needs students
- Second Hill Lane School - Highest performing elementary/middle school | Highest growth for high needs students
- Stratford Academy - Johnson House - Highest performing elementary/middle school | Highest growth for high needs students