Stronger Together: Stratford School Steps Up to Help During COVID-19 Crisis

Reopening and Reuniting at Stratford in the Age of COVID-19

As California counties have begun to allow schools to reopen for in-person instruction, many of Stratford’s schools are in the process of welcoming K-8 students back to campus, with stringent health and safety protocols in place.  Prospective families are invited to schedule a tour and learn more.

We are stronger together!

Stratford School leaders in NorCal delivered a truckload of Personal Protective Equipment collected from our Stratford campuses to donate to first responders, including some of our own parents. Donations were delivered to the front lines at O’Connor Hospital in San Jose, and Alta Bates Medical Center in Oakland. Donations included: 

  • 430 boxes of gloves
  • 84 containers of Purell Disinfectant wipes
  • 90 – Face Masks
  • 60 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer
  • 5 Gallon bottles of bleach
  • 4 boxes of Alcohol Wipes
  • 50 pairs of Goggles
  • 25 Plastic aprons

Above items were collected from Stratford Schools in Sunnyvale, Morgan Hill, Palo Alto, San Bruno, and San Jose.

Additional donations from local Stratford Schools were made to:

  • Sutter Health in Antioch
  • Kaiser Hospital in South San Francisco
  • Kaiser Hospital in Los Angeles
  • Good Samaritan in Los Gatos

We are so proud of our students, families, and leaders for providing much-needed relief to the local community during this time of uncertainty.