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The Connecticut Department of Transportation will be closing Route 113 (Main Street) to vehicular and pedestrian traffic between Sniffens Lane and Dorne Drive beginning on or about November 5, 2014.  Bus and Van stops will remain as assigned, however, there may be a delay in pickup and/or drop off times from November 5th until the end of the school yearPlease click here to see list of buses and vans that may be affected.  Thank you
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What Should the Special Education Graduate Be?

Stratford School students with disabilities will be graduated with core academic skills and function at a level commensurate with their abilities. they will be able to apply compensatory strategies in such areas as organization, time management, and communication. They will be effective problem-solvers, decision-makers, and positive contributors to society. Students will practice self-advocacy with an awareness of their strengths and limitation. Stratford School graduates will be capable of functioning in a diverse society!

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