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Virtual Field Day

All Stratford elementary schools will have a virtual field day similar to last year's due to Covid restrictions that are still in place. Click HERE to view Physical Education Google Slides activities to do from home. Students have until May 31 to complete all field day activities. Please email Mr. Ginicola 1-2 photos of each child doing one of the activities to be shared in a community slideshow/video. We hope that everyone has fun trying these wacky challenges!

Family Scavenger Hunt

Nichols students and their families are invited to participate in a scavenger hunt celebrating our OSOB, The Lemonade War. Take photos of each adventure and submit them by Friday, May 28. Each student who completes the mission will receive a coupon for a free small cup or cone at Zack's Frozen Yogurt in Stratford!

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Spirit Week

Student Council will be hosting a Spirit Week May 3-7 Donations will be accepted to support Student Council activities. $5.00 for the week or $1.00 a day.

Day of Hope & Healing

A Day of Hope and Healing, will take place on May 5th and is open to all Stratford Public Schools Community members (students, teachers, and caregivers). We hope you will participate in the activities provided by our amazing volunteers. Click here for more information.

Maddie's Fridge

Student Council is holding a food drive April 5-30 for the Sterling House Food Pantry. They were inspired by the book, Maddi's Fridge by Lois Brandt. In it, Sofia is determined to help her friend, Maddi, when she learns that there is hardly any food at her house. Food Drive items needed include: granola bars, oatmeal, cereal, canned ravioli, pasta, pasta sauce, Rice-A-Roni, ready-to-eat meals and other kid-friendly foods. Donations may be placed in the large box located in the school lobby.


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April is Autism Awareness Month!

The Student Council is sponsoring "Colorful" Dress Up Day on Tuesday, April 6. Students and staff are being asked to dress up in their most colorful and brightest clothes. Students can donate $1.00 and Staff, $5.00. Donations will be given to the Connecticut Autism Services & Resources.

Invention Convention

Invention Convention Worldwide is a global K-12 invention education program that teaches students problem-solving, entrepreneurship and creativity skills and builds confidence in invention and innovation. Each year, more than 100,000 inventors from across the United States compete at Invention Conventions. In Stratford, all of the fourth graders in our eight elementary schools participate in the Invention Convention. Click here to view Nichols' students' submissions.


Nichols Celebrates Women's History Month

Student Council and the Diversity Committee plan to showcase the contributions of women who have paved the way for many in America. Check out the Diversity Corner which can be found in Google Classroom for information.

Nichols Celebrates Read Across America Week March 1-5

Read Across America Week at Nichols Elementary School will look a little different this year. Reading specialists Mrs. Scheurich and Mrs.Hausser have come up with a fun spirit week filled with silly dress-up days. A special thanks to First Grade teacher, Mrs. Delaney for suggesting some different Dr. Seuss books that were used to create the themes. Click here for more information.


One School, One Book 2021

One School, One Book, 2021 will begin Monday, February 22. Due to COVID, it will look a little different this year. Clues will be revealed during Morning Meetings and posted in a shared Google Classroom instead of being displayed in school. Please ask your teacher for the Classroom Code so that you can sign up. The Big Reveal is planned for Monday, March 1.

Diversity Corner at Nichols Elementary

Student Council has created a Diversity Corner for staff & students at Nichols Elementary School. A Google Classroom will be the virtual setting for this safe space where students and teachers can share ideas, resources, notices and announcements. Way to go Student Council!

Students Plan Black History Month Activities

The Diversity Committee, along with the Student Council, have some exciting activities planned to showcase the many contributions of African-Americans and people of the African Diaspora. Click here for more information about what Nichols is doing to honor these outstanding individuals.