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What's Happening
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Indian Education Council Meeting
Posted on 10/07/2019
The Central Union School District makes available various opportunities for parents to provide their views on the educational programs and activities, including recommendations on the needs of their children and on how the District may help those children realize the benefits of the educational programs and activities. Click here for more information.  READ MORE... about Indian Education Council Meeting
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Indian Education Policies and Procedures Input
Posted on 09/13/2019
The IPP plays an important role. The policy ensures there is communication and input regarding the education of our Native American students between the families and the Central Union School District.   READ MORE... about Indian Education Policies and Procedures Input
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New Student Enrollment Procedures
Posted on 03/01/2019
Online Registration is available for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 School Year. Listed below is information on how to enroll. Any questions/concerns please contact the school office or 559-925-2619.  READ MORE... about New Student Enrollment Procedures
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Substitutes Needed
Posted on 02/05/2018
Are you interested in being a substitute at Akers, Central, Neutra and/or Stratford Schools? Substitute teachers are needed on a daily basis. Substitute instructional aides, cafeteria and custodial personnel are also needed.  READ MORE... about Substitutes Needed
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New Food Guidelines for Birthday & Classroom Parties
Posted on 03/02/2017
Starting the 2017-18 School Year, new food guidelines for birthday and classroom parties.  READ MORE... about New Food Guidelines for Birthday & Classroom Parties
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PowerSchool App
Posted on 09/23/2015
PowerSchool Parents and Students have access to real-time information on grades, attendance, comments, assignments and scores directly from the teacher's gradebook via the PowerSchool web portal and free app.  READ MORE... about PowerSchool App
Welcome to Stratford Elementary School
Stratford School’s mission is to provide a positive school environment for the benefit of all students and to ensure that each student feels personally connected to the school, attains high levels of academic achievement, and develops high standards of personal behavior, based upon the six pillars of character (i.e., caring, trustworthiness, citizenship, fairness, respect, and responsibility) that are part of the District’s character education program.

Established in 1921, Stratford School has twice been recognized as a California State Distinguished School. As one of four elementary schools in the Central Union School District, Stratford School is located in the town of Stratford, six miles south of Lemoore. Many of Stratford’s students’ parents, grandparents, and even great-grandparents attended Stratford before them.

If the concept that “child by child we build a nation” is, indeed, a truism, then it follows that educated child by educated child we build a nation strong in responsible citizens of good character who set goals and achieve objectives to their personal benefit as well as the community’s.

Stratford School’s goal is to prepare all students to function as informed, productive citizens; to achieve success in the work environment and to realize personal fulfillment. In order for Stratford to fulfill this goal, students must attain high levels of academic achievement. For students to attain high levels of achievement, Stratford School, its students, their parents, and the community each have responsibilities which must be fulfilled.

By working together, we can ensure that students maximize and enjoy the learning opportunities at Stratford and develop the skills necessary to make them successful learners. As always, the Stratford staff appreciates your support. Should parents need to contact Stratford’s personnel, they may telephone the school office at (559) 925-2605.