NEW BOOKS FOR STRATFORD STUDENTS -- Stratford Public School's K-2 students recently received copies of the book, "Where the Wild Things Are" from CLiF (Children's Literacy Foundation) after performing a skit for their families based on the book's story. The program was a part of a special family involvement breakfast meeting hosted by Title One teacher Sara Gray.
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