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Arjun with his first Freel Little Library

Stratford Student Builds a Community of Young Readers, One Free Little Library at a Time

Student Giving Spotlight As we wrap up National Reading Month we want to shine a spotlight on Palo Alto 5th grade student Arjun Argawal. Arjun has made it his mission to build Free Little Libraries in his local community as a way to share his love of reading and books….
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Sherry Adams and Neel Sudhakaran

Community Giving: Stratford Honors its Very Own Heart Heroes

As we celebrate our campus-wide $1 Million fundraising milestone of community giving for the American Heart Association, we would like to recognize some of the very special people who are responsible for helping us reach this goal –Stratford’s own Heart Heroes. First, we thank our founder Sherry Adams for her…
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Engineering a Marble Run

E is for Engineering! Stratford’s Engineering Curriculum Takes Students to the Next Level in STEM/STEAM Education

Engineering, the all-important “E” in STEM and STEAM education – in this new age of technology, a robust engineering curriculum is more essential than ever. At Stratford School, our engineering curriculum is designed to prepare our students to meet the unique challenges of the future armed with a solid engineering…
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Kids for Heart Challenge

Stratford Crosses the 1 Million-Dollar Fundraising Mark for the American Heart Association!

It’s official! With the Stratford Schools that have already started the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge this year, Stratford has officially crossed the $1Million mark with lifetime donations! Did you hear that? Yes, that is 1 MILLION DOLLARS, and counting, raised for the American Heart Association by our Stratford…
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Minding Me: 5 Simple Steps to Mindfulness

By Marissa Parker Gold of Intuit Parenting If I said, “Give me 3 minutes each day for a simple self-regulated activity and you will decrease the possibility and frequency of your headaches, stomach aches, anxiousness, and/or depression, would you do it?”  Why or why not?  I’m guessing that you spend…
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