Celebrating its 36th theater production, Stratford Academy presents Mary Poppins, Jr.
Friday, June 1 at 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 2 at 7 p.m.
Sunday, June 3 at 2 p.m.
Stratford Academy Johnson House Auditorium
719 Birdseye Street.
More than 100 Academy students, under the direction of first grade teacher Kathy Signore, have perfected their singing, dancing and acting skills to perform this show. Mary Poppins, Jr. is an adaptation of the children's movie Mary Poppins, and features the songs Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Spoonful of Sugar, Feed the Birds, Chim Chim Cher-ee and many more.
Cost is $8 in advance and $10 at performance times.
Thank you Willie Bam Bam Parker, JHS alum and current parent, for the drum concert and speaking with our students about working hard, persevering, and following their dreams.
Students at Johnson House School in Mrs. Schultz's and Miss Williams' 6th and 4th grade classes collaborated to come up with some important advice; 29 Things We Should Do and Say More Often, all promoting kindness to others and the environment. They were inspired by Kid President's 20 Things You Should Say More Often.
Former Stratford Academy student, Jessica Wills, showcased her book titled, Just A Girl Named Jessica, which addresses the importance of diversity and inclusion. Her message is clear... "Diversity is when a group is made up of everybody... No Matter What! Inclusion is when everybody is working or playing...Together!"
Stratford Academy hosted an "Arts Adventure Day" for students. Presenters from the CT Arts Guild shared their expertise and talents with us including drumming, storytelling, role playing, poetry, Latin dancing, logo designs and more.
Stratford Academy staff and students promote World Down Syndrome Day to celebrate the unique differences that make our world brighter. Click for pictures.
Students kick-off Math Day with an exciting pep rally showcasing raffle winners and strategy-based concepts. Teachers hosted math rotations with fun learning games and activities throughout the day. Click for more photos.
Students paint positive messages on river rocks to promote kindness throughout our school..
FROM: Dr. Janet Robinson, Superintendent of Stratford Public SchoolsWednesday, February 28, 2018
Dear Parents, Guardians, and School Community Members,We are not taking lightly the events that unfolded in Parkland Florida, or what is again in the news involving an area closer to our home and neighboring towns (Staples High). I want each of you to know and fully understand that the Stratford Board of Education and Stratford Public Schools are working close and hand in hand with the Stratford Police Department in the effort to keep all of our Stratford students safe.
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