Stratford PAL Girls Softball League 2283 Main St, Stratford, CT06615 In partnership with Stratford Little League, the fast-pitch Stratford PAL Girls Softball League is for players from 5 to…More 15 years old. Divisions include Tee ball (5 to 6 years old), Coach pitch (7 to 8 years old), Minors (9 to 11 years old) and Majors (12 to 15 years old). Teams play on various fields around Stratford, such as the Erin Babinau Memorial Field at Chapel Elementary School.
Stratford Sister Cities Chorus 1 Drome Ave, Stratford, CT06615 The Stratford Sister Cities Chorus is a multi-generational mixed-voice choral group whose membership includes…More individuals from high school age and above. The group puts on several concerts per year, ranging from Broadway show tunes and pop music to folk music and traditional songs. The "Sister Cities" of the group's name comes from the consortium formed by the various "Stratfords" in Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand and the United States. The consortium gathers every two years for a reunion in one of the Stratfords on a rotating basis.
Eli Whitney Elementary School 1130 Huntington Rd, Stratford, CT06614 Eli Whitney Elementary School is located on Huntington Avenue and serves kindergartners through sixth-graders in central…More Stratford. The school is one of eight K-6 elementary schools in Stratford.
Second Hill Lane Elementary School 65 2nd Hill Ln, Stratford, CT06614 Second Hill Lane Elementary School serves students in grades K - 6 in the West End of Stratford. Nestled in the…More neighborhood it serves, Second Hill Lane School is one of eight elementary schools in Stratford, and offers a diverse curriculum, media center and outdoor playground.
Stratford Board of Education 1000 E Broadway, Stratford, CT06615 The Stratford public schools Board of Education offices are located at 1000 East Broadway, the original Center School…More building. Among the offices contained in the Board of Education building are the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Assistant Superintendent, Interim Chief Operating Officer, the Director of Pupil Personnel Services, Curriculum Coordinators, Personnel, Director of Technology, MIS and Food Services.
Located in the North End of Stratford on Chapel Street, Flood Middle School serves grades seven and…More eight and is one of two public middle schools in Stratford. The school was named in honor of Stratford resident Harry Barlow Flood. Barlow was Town Manager of Stratford from 1945 until 1963, and under his leadership both the Boothe and Longbrook parks were established, as well as several schools including Bunnell High School.
Flood Middle School opened in 1972 and offers a diversified and comprehensive curriculum.