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THANK YOU to our Franklin Families!

We here at Franklin continue to work tirelessly to effectively communicate with our families regarding their students' academic/ social progress, and school wide events/ initiatives. We have also strived to increase our communication with families of our high academic standards, expectations, and rigor. We are so pleased to see through the district survey results that 96% of our community agrees that Franklin has been successful in this endeavor. Thank you all so much for your support! Please click HERE for the full report, and on the title for a summary of results!

Graduation Balloons (click to read more)

The Class of 2018 would like to help you celebrate your children's graduation. They are selling colorful Mylar graduation balloons and will come to your home on June 13th, the day before graduation and attach it to your mailbox or front door. (The balloons do not say 2017). Your order must be received no later than June 5, 2017. See attached link for order form. Congratulations!


Spelling Bee Winners!
Franklin - Our In-school Spelling Bees are complete! The following students in Grades 5 and 6 are the winners:

Grade 5
Winner - Jordan Aleksjuks
Alternate - Adriana Mierzejewski

Grade 6
Winner - Nathalia Nerio
Alternate - Jeremy Paulemon


**Please click on the title to see more pictures from the Town Wide Spelling Bee Finals**

Stratford High ranks 35th best school in Connecticut

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.

Franklin - Spring Book Fair

Our annual spring book fair will be running Wednesday May 10th to Friday May 12th. Your child's teacher has signed up for a time during one of those days. Flyers will be coming home soon!

SHS Fall sports registration now open

Note: Registration for 2017 fall sports opens on May 1st. Registration closes on May 30th for students trying out for cheerleading and dance team; registration closes on August 10th for football and closes on August 20th for all other fall sports.

Online registration is accessible under the Athletics tab.

Johnson House Celebrates College and Career Week

Johnson House School kicked off Career Week with a Whole School Meeting. Students wore their "Career ID Badges" representing a career that they researched and wanted to learn more about. Over the course of the year, teachers have provided opportunities for...

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Stratford High students win HOSA competition. Click here for more information.

On March 22, 62 Stratford High School students currently enrolled in the Health and Medical Careers pathway program attended a state competition for HOSA, future health professionals. The competition included schools from all over the state of Connecticut. Students competed in various areas of health education and medical competencies.

Chapel- Good Morning April

Here are Chapel's spelling bee winners and alternates:

  • 5th grade winner~Promise Iboki
  • 5th grade alternate~ Chloe Awad
  • 6th grade winner~ Mikel Tomaj
  • 6th grade alternate~ Jayda Griffin

Chapel - APRIL Dates to Remember

April

  • 21st Report Cards Issued
  • 24th 6th Grade Spelling Bee
  • 5th Grade Spelling Bee
  • 25th Bus Evacuation Drill 8:30 a.m.
  • RKIND Assembly
  • 26th 6th Grade Nature's Classroom 7:30 a.m.- 7:30p.m.
  • 28th Early Dismissal
Chapel - Mark your calendars!

We will host Scott Driscoll from Internet Safety Concepts on May 8th from 6:00-7:30. He will present a parent's only seminar on Apps and programs children are using...Click on the title to read more.

Franklin's Finest

Here at Franklin Elementary, students can earn the Franklin's Finest Award by displaying the 6 pillars of character. There are 3 award assemblies throughout the year in which 1 student from every class is chosen to receive this honor.

Franklin's News Network

Students in Grades 4 and 5 produce a monthly news broadcast. Check out what is happening at our school by clicking on the link to the broadcast! CLICK HERE

Franklin Elementary Garden

Franklin Elementary now has a garden and students write what they want to see in the garden on the leaves of the tree.

Flood Middle School hosts Family STEAM Night

Have you ever wanted to skydive? The students at Flood Middle school explored the dynamics of how a parachute would safely get you to land. Are you worried about missing the target? At STEAM night, students investigated the factors that affect parachuting and the accuracy of hitting a target.

Four Stratford Schools Named "Schools of Distinction"
  • 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
Bunnell student's 'doodle' best in Connecticut

Sarah Harrison honored by Google, classmates for inclusionary artwork.Sarah Harrison's artistry is impressive in the eyes of many. One of her pieces may soon be the first image seen by visitors to a world famous website

Stratford High School Culinary Students Serve Seniors Lunch

Stratford High School culinary students, under the direction of Deborah McNeill, Family and Consumer Sciences teacher, treated seniors to a special luncheon at the Baldwin Center. The entire meal from soup and salad to dessert was cooked, prepared and served by the students. This intergenerational program was an enjoyable experience for all.

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