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.
Stamford Public School Superintendent Dr. Tamu Lucero issues a letter to parents about Coronavirus and how the district is preparing in the event that schools need to close.
Starting kindergarten is an exciting time for children and families. But along with the excitement, come questions about how to prepare and what to expect. We have some tips from Stamford Public Schools!
Did you know that you can watch Stamford Board of Education meetings from the comfort of your home? Find out how!
Have a child starting kindergarten in the fall? We have a schedule of Kindergarten Play & Learn Nights! These nights are a chance to meet the kindergarten teachers at your child’s school, play math & literacy games!
Today, the Stamford Public School Director of Health, Jennifer A.M. Calder sent a letter about flu cases in the schools and how to prevent the spread.
Stamford Public School Superintendent Dr. Tamu Lucero penned a letter addressing the long-term plan for schools in light of mold concerns. Read the full letter, here.
The Long Ridge School in Stamford has new Head of School. The school enrolls chidden two years old through grade five. Find out more about Carissa Lewis, here!
Every family is different, but they all seem to align on one thing: the priority to have “great schools” for their kids. The challenge? Each family defines “great schools” differently. Suburban Jungle works closely with each client to find the community with the best fit. To determine the right types of schools for your family, Suburban Jungle suggests asking yourself FIVE key questions.