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Chapel 6th Grade Class Donates PPE

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.

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Invention Convention

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!

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Class of 2020 Gift to Lordship School

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!

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Happy Monday, Nichols Students!

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.

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STEM Roller Coasters

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.


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Do you need a library card?

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.

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Do you need a library card?

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.

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Virtual Field Day

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.


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Black History Month Door Decorations

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!

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Franklin Students Win Black History Month Awards

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.

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Invention Convention

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.

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Nichols Recycles

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!

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Move This World
Chapel Street Elementary School was recently featured in Move This World Moments. Each month Move This World shares success stories from schools across the country in order to inspire each other to Move This World. Please click here for more information.


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