Get to know how Ms. Grandfield and Mrs. Pillo teach kindergarten.
Stratford Public Schools in cooperation with the Stratford School Readiness and Child Care Advisory Council is presenting an informational program on Kindergarten 2018-2019 on Tuesday, Jan. 30 (snow date Feb. 1), at 7 p.m., at Stratford Academy — Victoria Soto School, 699 Birdseye Street.
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Stratford High School New Construction - click below for project website
Students from grades 4 through 6 performed the National Anthem to kick off a recent Bridgeport Sound Tigers hockey game. They discussed the history of the National Anthem and worked on the song with their music teacher, Ms. Welch. What a great opportunity to show our Nichols Pride!
Meet the new secretary at Lordship School!
by Rachel and Mackenzie
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On December 16th, approximately 85 sixth grade instrumental music students showcased their talents throughout the town of Stratford.
The JHS Brownies ended the 2017 year with a fun, creative board and brush project for their families.
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Angela Capinera talks to Second Grade about the horseshoe crab which can be found in the shallow waters of Stratford's shores. Horseshoe crabs are often referred to as living fossils, as they have changed little in the last 445 million years.
Mrs. Cody, our math coach, worked with Mrs. Signore's students creating lego monsters
Teachers and Administration work together to recognize student's positive influence throughout our school community!
Chapel donated 200 pairs of Pajamas. Please click here to read more.
Nichols' students are participating in Six Flags' Read to Succeed reading incentive program. Students in grades K-6 who complete six hours of recreational reading can earn free tickets to the amusement park located in Agawam, MA.
Greg Tang recently visited Nichols Elementary. Each year he travels the country, giving hundreds of workshops and presentations for teachers and students spreading his formula for math success. We were fortunate to have him come to our school
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It's that time of the year to fill out parent surveys for Franklin Elementary! Please read the 2 attached letters and follow the included link to complete the survey.
Ever year Franklin holds a holiday fair for our students. Gifts are generously donated by staff and the local community which allows our students to pick out gifts for their families at no charge. Please click to see pictures.
By Taylor and Shauna
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Get to know your student council officers!
By Sam and McKenzie
Meet the fifth grade teachers at Lordship!
By Alyssa and Meghan
On Tuesday November 14th, Franklin students had the privilege of listening to Bunnell's Band. Please click on the title of this story for more pictures!
Today Franklin welcomed veterans to come speak to classes throughout the school about their service. Students enjoyed learning more about the military, and asking questions. Please click on the title for pictures.
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Johnson House families and staff members honor the Victoria Soto Memorial Foundation
Franklin 6th Graders at Nature's Classroom. Please click to see pictures.
In honor of Veterans Day, Franklin School would like to invite family and friends who are veterans to a continental breakfast and classroom visitations so that we may honor their commitment and service to our community and country.
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A great opportunity to safely and securely shred confidential documents.
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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
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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.