Student Highlight: Zoe’s “Class Sight” Doc Cam Project

At Stratford it is our mission to inspire our students to become independent thinkers and creative problem solvers. As educators, we know that this is the path that leads our students to become the innovators and leaders who will create positive change in our world. We are proud that so…
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Back to School Advice with Jeanne Huybrechts

Parents of young children are facing two scenarios this fall and possibly throughout the school year. In some parts of the country and in some circumstances, schools are reopening, and children are returning to campus and the classrooms they abruptly left more than six months ago. In much of the…
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How to Help Your Child Focus at Home

As families everywhere get used to helping their kids learn and study at home, you may be finding it difficult to keep them focused on their schoolwork. If your kid is a daydreamer and gets a little distracted on occasion (like any kid does!), try these easy tips to help…
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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…
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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. Not only is it a fun…
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