The certified enrollment for the Stratford Community School District for the 2012-13 school year was presented Wednesday evening to the members of the school board. Superintendent Sarah Binder said the total was at 160 students. Binder said there were more student in the elementary building and open enrolled in the district while there was a decrease for those open enrolling out of the district. Board members welcomed the numbers for this year.
The Stratford board approved the At Risk program for this school year. The program includes the extended summer and intervention blocks for students.
Superintendent Sarah Binder informed the board that the Martha Simonson tennis court project is now completed. It will be dedicated next spring during the Stratford school olympics as the students will showcase their tennis skills. Bids for snow removal will now be taken and will be reviewed at the November board meeting. A special meeting of the Stratford school board has been called for next Tuesday, October 23 for the bidding project on the Early Learning Center expansion project.
There was good news at Wednesday's board session. Superintendent Binder told board members that the district received Paramount School status for this year. The status recognizes Stratford for their commitment to Positive Behavior Interventions and Support.
Next Tuesday evening the Stratford school will have a Family Night beginning at 5:30 for 4 and 5 year olds and their families. A Family Night for 3 year olds and their families will be on Thursday, November 1st at 5:30. The Stratford school will offer a Positive Behavior Intervention Support course set for a six week period on November 13 from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m.
The November meeting for the Stratford school board will be held November 14 at 5:30 at the school library.