Click the above link for information regarding the Feeding Plan and Schedule
The winners of the "So You're Thinking About Becoming a Teacher?!" contest are announced. Please click the link below to view. Congrats to the winners!
We are so excited to present to you... 'Stratford Academy Strong.' What a beautiful collection of memories and celebrations for us all to enjoy together. Thank you to all the families and staff who participated. Click Here for Video
Congratulations Chapel 6th Grade Class of 2020! We wish you the best in all your future endeavors - middle school here we come! Click here for a video tribute to the Chapel 6th Grade Class of 2020!
Mrs. Shawna Trovarelli presenting Dr. Robinson for a check of $500 from Chapel's 6th grade class of 2020. The donation is to be used towards the district's continued efforts for COVID-19 and is to be utilized to purchase PPE and thermometers for our district's generous nursing staff to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty and community for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.
Congratulations to our Chapel Cheetah's who went to the State Invention Convention! 3 of our 5 students were invited to the National Invention Convention! Click here to see the winners and links to youtube to see their inventions. GO CHEETAHS!
Creative reading specialist, Kelly Scheurich and fifth grade teacher, Jullee Lesko, certified songstress, collaborated on a fun, upbeat video celebrating summer reading. Click here and get ready to smile!😁
Congratulations sixth grade class and families! We wish you much success in your future. Next stop, middle school!
Click here for a video tribute to our sixth grade students and families.
Special thanks to the sixth grade parents of the class of 2020 for the gift of a new tree planted on school grounds and a plaque to mark it. Ms. Murphy and Mrs. Doerr would like Lordship sixth grade students to know: "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." Stop by the school to see this beautiful addition to the grounds!
Parents/Guardians of Grade 11 Students:
Information regarding the CT SAT Test is attached.
Stratford Academy Johnson House staff is thankful for our principals. "To the world, you may be just a principal, but to our staff and students... YOU ARE ROCK STARS!!!" Click Here to view video
Johnson House writers celebrate their published poetry in their virtual classroom. Click Here to view video
Stratford Academy Johnson House held its first "Virtual Field Day" for students to participate at home. Mrs. Yanavich, our PE teacher, designed fun activities for all our Bobcats! To view video...click Here
So You're Thinking About Becoming a Teacher? Click here for more information.
On Monday evening, Stratford High School awarded 243 scholarships totaling approximately $240,000 to 92 graduating seniors through the generosity of our many benefactors and supporters.
Dear SHS Students and Families:
Our Scholastic and Service Awards presentation is available to view by clicking on the link below. Please take a moment to view. Certificates will be mailed to students during this month. Congratulations to all award recipients!
Week #7 greeting from Mrs. DiIorio and Ms. DiBlasi❤️; click here.
Week #6 greeting from Mrs. DiIorio and Ms. DiBlasi❤️; click here.
Week #5 greeting from Mrs. DiIorio and Ms. DiBlasi❤️; click here.
Week #4 greeting from Mrs. DiIorio and Ms. DiBlasi❤️; click here.
Week #3 greeting from Mrs. DiIorio and Ms. DiBlasi❤️; click here.
Week #2 greeting from Mrs. DiIorio and Ms. DiBlasi❤️; click here.
Week #1 greeting from Mrs. DiIorio and Ms. DiBlasi❤️; click here.
Students in Mrs. McNeil's fourth grade class channeled their inner architect for a STEM project where they designed and made roller coasters from everyday objects that they found around their homes. Click here to see some of their gravity-defying creations.
Attention Lordship Sea Stars! Check out this special virtual assembly in honor of memorial day featuring our Lordship artists and musicians! https://youtu.be/FZaMS4H7QJU
Lordship School Students Present at State Invention Convention
Check out these videos from Franklin students!
Even though the Stratford Public Library is closed, you can still access many of their resources if you have a library card. Is your library card expired or lost? Perhaps you're new to Stratford and you didn't get an opportunity to get one yet. They can do it over the phone, so you don't even have to leave your home. Call and get a library card today! Call 203-385-4160 or 203-385-4164.
Dear Parents/Guardians and members of the Class of 2020:
Please refer to the attached letter for our graduation plans.
Are you feeling blue? Click here to watch Mrs. DiIorio reading, The Blue Day Book for Kids, by Bradley Trevor Greive.
The Stratford Public Library is offering the opportunity to get a new library card if yours or your child's is expired or lost. Perhaps you're new to Stratford and you didn't get an opportunity to get one yet. They can do it over the phone, so you don't even have to leave your home. Call and get a library card today! Call 203-385-4160 or 203-385-4164.
The Stratford Public library is a great virtual resource. The building is closed, but there are still many great virtual activities for you and your family. They will be hosting a summer reading program and other family programs. They have many informative online sources for you to use. Please check out their website. .http://stratfordlibrary.org/
Congratulations to three JHS students who are competing at the state level in this year's "virtual" 2020 Connecticut Invention Convention. U.S. National Finalists will be announced on May 20. Click on inventions to view:
Congratulations to three NES students who are competing at the state level in this year's "virtual" 2020 Connecticut Invention Convention. U.S. National Finalists will be announced on May 20. Click on the invention names (HeadSpace, Super Scrubbers and HydroRecycler) to watch a short video presentation by each inventor. Good luck Benjamin, Jasmine and Cole!🍀
Nichols Elementary School held its first ever "Virtual Field," on Tuesday May 19. Many students participated in this at-home event and sent pictures of themselves engaged in Field Day activities to Mr. Ginicola who promised to create an awesome video to share with our NES family and community. Well, you asked for it...Click here to view this video.
We miss you, Nichols Students!❤️ Click on the link below for a heartfelt message to our students and families.<https://safeYouTube.net/w/E354>
All of the SHS E-blast and phone blast messages sent to families during school closure will be posted here for easy reference.
Please review the following notices:
As you may know, our students and staff have been working hard this month learning about Black History Month. Each classroom worked together to decorate their doors showcasing and celebrating influential black leaders, past, present, and future. Yesterday, some of our students presented the decorated doors to a panel of judges, including our Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Gejda. We are so proud of our students and wanted to share their hard work with you! We hope you enjoy these photos of our First Annual Lordship School Black History Month Door Decorating Contest!
As part of the Black History Month Project, each student wrote and submitted an essay to the Stratford Library's Essay Contest. The Stratford Library has announced their winners. Congratulations to Zoe Villagra who won first place! Congratulations to Sanaii Clarke & Brittany Cortez who received honorable mention! The students will be asked to read their essay at the Black History Month Celebration on Saturday, March 4 , at 6:30 pm at the Wooster Middle School Auditorium.
Nichols held its second Invention Convention, March 2. Students in Fourth Grade displayed their creations with posters, examples, models, and prototypes. They researched many everyday problems to come up with solutions to solve these problems. The gymnasium was turned into a "think-tank" of ideas where inventors proudly displayed and explained their inventions.
Nichols is recycling! An interactive bulletin board in the hallway will help students track how many water bottles are being kept out of the landfills and how much money is being collected due to their efforts. Students and staff will be recycling not only water bottles and paper, but dried out permanent and nonpermanent markers, too. Thank you, Mrs. Castro for spearheading this program!
Both staff and students enjoyed the rhythms of the Caribbean while learning about Trinidadian culture and the origins of steel drum music. The trio is a part of the Arts for Learning Connecticut.
Johnson House Student Leadership Council held a Winter Food Drive to support the Sterling House Food Pantry and our community.