Our Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

The health and safety of our school community continues to be our top priority.  While we have prepared our schools with all the appropriate safeguards for in-person instruction, Stratford School will begin its 2020/2021 school year on August 24 in Distance Learning. For prospective families, we continue to offer personalized virtual tours.

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Building a Resilient Family: Why Resilience is More Important than Ever

We talk a lot about why resilience is an important trait to support in children; how it helps children to grow up ready to take on challenges with a problem-solving mentality that studies show will result in healthier relationships, more fulfilling careers, and contribute to an overall sense of happiness and well being. As we are presented with new challenges in the midst of this difficult time in history, building a resilient family is more important than ever. Read more in our latest blog.

Gardening From Your Kitchen

Now, in our second month at home, we are all spending more time in our kitchens. Cooking and baking has become the new national pastime. It is the perfect time to take it a step further and start a kitchen garden with your family. Read on for ways to garden from your own kitchen!

Tips for Distance Learning Success

What is distance learning? The term has been used a lot as of late, and many parents may be curious as to what it means for their child and how to set them up for success. Read on for best practices and helpful tips so you can set your child up for distance learning success at home!

Summer Reading Tips

As the school year comes to an end, we know that many parents may be stressing about the dreaded “Summer Slide.” Reading is especially important for kids on summer vacation, and parents can be proactive to make sure that their kids keep reading (and enjoy it) all summer long! Read on for tips to help keep your child actively reading all summer long.

How to Celebrate the Summer Solstice with Your Kids

Summer is finally here, bringing fun in the sun, time with friends and family, and lots of opportunities for learning. The “official” start of summer and longest day of the year, June 21, is also a great time to learn about summer solstice. Read on for some fun ways to celebrate with your children.