Stamford Public School Superintendent, Dr. Tamu Lucero is updating families on teaching, learning, long-term facilities planning & school visitor policy
According to Stamford Public School Superintendent Dr. Tamu Lucero, SPS has made the very difficult decision not to allow fans/spectators at athletic events or competitions hosted by our schools. Find her letter, here.
Stamford Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Tamu Lucero wrote a letter clarifying the course of action when someone in the school community tests positive for COVID-19.
Since many schools and activities will require that our kids wear masks, it’s something we all need to get them used to. So, we have five tips thanks to our parent company, The Local Moms Network! Plus we have a list of places to find masks for kids!
The City of Stamford is providing updates on the ongoing COVID-19 situation as of Thursday, October 15.
As of Saturday, July 25 Stamford beaches are restricted on weekends and holidays to Stamford residents and those with an annual beach parking permit. The City of Stamford says this follows concerns of a possible second wave of COVID-19 and potential overcrowding at Stamford beaches.
Stamford Public Schools continues to provide free Grab-and-Go meals, at the following school and community sites on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
As we enter phase two of re-opening in Connecticut, indoor museums, aquariums, zoos, bowling allies, libraries and movie theater are on the list of businesses that are allowed to open. Here’s a list of who is opening. We will continue to update!
Curbside pick up begins on Monday at the Ferguson Library for cardholders! Curbside pick up will only be available at the Main Library in Stamford Downtown for the first week. Read the details here.
Phase 1 of re-opening Connecticut does include outdoor museums and zoos, which can open at 50% capacity. Here is a list of facilities that are re-opening and how to plan ahead!