If you live in Stamford and have a child who will be 5-years-old on or before January 1, 2021, the Stamford Public School System is asking that you register your child for kindergarten, now!
With a proposal from Stamford’s Board of Finance that would cut $35 million from Stamford Mayor David Martin’s 2020-2021 spending plan, the Stamford Public School budget could be cut by millions. The proposed cuts have created an outpouring of support for students and teachers on social media. Read more here.
Stamford Public Schools will continue to provide free Grab-and-Go meals from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., at school and community sites on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays even during the Spring Break week.
Press release from Greenwich Catholic School April 30, 2020 (GREENWICH, CT) -- Greenwich Catholic School is looking forward to safely reopening their doors once the State of Connecticut lifts the school closure mandate. Greenwich Catholic School has continued to...
CT Governor Ned Lamont is ordering in-person classes at all K-12 public school facilities in Connecticut to remain canceled for the rest of the 2019-2020 academic year and continue providing distance learning during this period.
Feel like your kids need a little extra hep during this period of virtual school? The Stamford Public Education Foundation and The Ferguson Library have partnered to launch Home Work Helpers, which provides FREE, online, interactive academic help. Learn more, here!
Dr. Tamu Lucero sent a letter to Stamford Public School families on Thursday, April 23 addressing Phase II of distance learning. Read her letter here!
Ranging from science and language to music and math, here are 10 programs and classes that will make learning fun for your children.
With many of us suddenly managing our children’s education at home, there are many questions about how to do so successfully. Ellen Weston, founder of Children’s Educational Consulting is offering some helpful tips.
Connecticut State Department of Education has approved the district’s waiver and accepted their Distance Learning Plan, submitted in response to our closure due to COVID-19 risks. This means all Distance Learning Days will count as school days.