|Stratford School Receives Carnegie STEM Pathway Endorsement|
Stratford becomes first school in the state of CA to earn digital seal of excellence in education.
We are thrilled to be the first educational institution in California to earn the Carnegie STEM Excellence Pathway Digital Seal for excellence in education! We could not have done it without the hard work of our students, staff, and faculty. We are proud to represent the core values of the STEM program as we prepare our students for their futures within the 21st Century workplace. Click link to read the press release: http://bit.ly/1VWrXmp
|Congratulations to our Stratford Mathletes!|
A team of fourth and fifth grade students at Los Gatos, coached by Mrs. Millard, earned top honors in the Mathematical Olympiads contests this year. Of the 5,000 teams that participated internationally, their team earned a plaque for their rank in the top 10%, with fifth-grader Shaunak Warty being recognized for achieving the highest individual score on the team (top 2%).
Students met weekly after school to learn and practice problem-solving strategies, and they participated in five challenging contests throughout the year. Over 120,000 students worldwide participate in the program, which teaches children to solve unusual and difficult problems and to think creatively. Way to go, Stratford's Los Gatos Lions!
|Best Trophy Project Winners!!!|
They placed #5 overall with the robot mission itself --which was pretty commendable given the field, complexity and the fact that they were doing it for the first time. They had won the best 'robot design' award during the qualifying tournament held some 2 months ago, and had moved on to the super regionals.
Congratulations!! Great Job!
|Jump for Heart Event 2015 - American Heart Association|
Stratford School San Francisco had a fantastic time at our annual Jump Rope for Heart event! After two weeks of fundraising for the American Heart Association, Stratford School students from preschool all the way to sixth grade enthusiastically participated in some heart-pumping activities! Stratford students rotated through seven exercise stations, including bean bag tosses, hula hooping, running relay races, dancing to some of their favorite songs, and the signature event, jumping rope.
Our elementary school students benefited from the expertise of our middle school helpers, who led each of the stations. We would like to give a special "shout-out" to our Stratford Student Council for introducing the event, and to Mr. George, Director of Athletics, who set up each of the activities.
As soon as all of the donations are counted, we will announce the amount raised on behalf of the American Heart Association -- Thank you to all of our Stratford families and students for supporting this community effort!
|Stratford Pleasanton Recognized by Alameda County Community Food Bank|
The Alameda County Community Food Bank recently recognized students and families at Stratford School's Pleasanton campus for collecting 1,035 pounds of food during the 2014 Early Holiday Food Drive. This school community effort made a difference in the food bank's efforts to ease hunger in Alameda County. We most sincerely apprecaite our Stratford families and students for being caring and compassionate members of this community!
|Stratford School Congratulates Naya Salah!|
Naya Salah, our Student Body President at
Stratford School in Palo Alto, sang "America the Beautiful" in Arabic as part of a Coca Cola commercial that played during Sunday's Big Game (2014). We're so proud of you, Naya!
Here is the link to the Coca Cola commercial: http://youtu.be/ilxRtxqYWt0
|Stratford Participates in Hour of Code Event|
Stratford School's elementary and middle school students participated in an "Hour of Coding" during Computer Science Education Week, a nation-wide event held December 9 through 16, 2013. This event raised awareness regarding the exciting world of computer science. At Stratford School, students begin learning how to code in the early elementary grades using Scratch and later Small Basic. In middle school, students code using Scratch for Teens, Visual Basic, HTML, and Java. In addition, students have the opportunity to learn some gaming software programs such as Alice and App Inventor.
|Stratford 5th Grader Wins Top Honors at Santa Clara County Fair|
Congratulations to Ben Robison, Stratford student from our Morgan Hill campus! Ben won 1st Place, Best of Section and Best Overall at the Santa Clara County Fair with his science fair board from 5th grade that he entered through his 4H Club. Competition was tough, yet Ben won top recognition out of nearly 100 other educational boards done by people of all ages. Congratulations, Ben!
|Alumna News - Riya Dange|
Congratulations, Riya Dange, Stratford Middle School Alumna who is currently a sophomore at Archbishop Mitty high school! Riya will be representing Mitty at the National Forensics League Tournament in Birmingham, Alabama in June. In addition to achieving this honor, Riya and fellow Mitty sophomores will be competing at the California High School Speech Association State Tournament in April. Visit Archbishop Mitty High School for more school announcements.
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