On Tuesday, May 29th, the elementary division will celebrate the end of the year will some fun and a BBQ at Parkside Aquatic Park in San Mateo. The permission form has been posted to our Forms page and is due by Friday, May 25th.
Tomorow, Friday, May 11, upper elementary students will be going on a day trip to Bel Mateo Bowl in San Mateo. In addition to exploring California State PE standards, the group will enjoy a fun-filled afternoon playing on actual bowling alleys as opposed to the floor of the multipurpose room.
The trip will depart from Stanbridge after school begins and return by regular dismissal time. Lunch will be served at the bowling alley and transportation will be provided via Stanbridge Shuttle. Details and permission form on our Forms page.
Photos from the Upper Elementary division's experiential trip to the Marin Headlands and the Junior High's excursion to YMCA Point Bonita have been posted in our online photo galleries. The pictures can be accessed through the Parent Portal's Media Room.
The Upper Elementary students will be taking an overnight trip to the Marin Headlands for their Spring experiential trip, March 26-28. Details about the trip, along with permission and medication forms, are available on our Forms page.
The recent issue of The Student Bridge--the Stanbridge Academy student magazine--has been posted online. You can access and download a pdf copy of the Fall/Winter 2011 issue on our Student Bridge page, located in the Parent Portal.
The annual high school holiday dance will be held in Hayden Hall on Friday, December 9, from 7:30 to 10:00 p.m. Details and a downloadable permission form are available on our Forms page.
Additionally, we have a number of upcoming field trips before the holiday break for all divisions. Permission forms and details are available on our Forms page, but here is a quick summary:
Fri., Dec. 2 • Middle El trip to the Tech Museum of Innovation
Fri., Dec. 2 • Junior High trip to see Hugo
Tues., Dec. 6 • High School Civics class trip to Santa Clara County Superior Courthouse
Thur., Dec. 8 • Upper El trip to Elkus Ranch
Thur., Dec. 15 • Lower El trip to CuriOdyssey for Animal Habitats workshop
Please ensure your student's permission slip(s) have been returned to the main office if he/she is planning to attend the trip. If you have any questions regarding these trips, please contact your student's homeroom/advisory teacher.
Pictures from the October 7th community service day at B.O.K. Ranch have been posted in our Media Room photo galleries.
This Friday, October 7th, Stanbridge is offering a community service opportunity to volunteer at the B.O.K. Ranch in Woodside. Participating students should meet at Stanbridge by 8:30 a.m. Carpools will leave promptly at 8:30 to arrive at the ranch by 9:30. Links to the B.O.K. Ranch website, along with printable parking passes and packing lists are available on our Forms page.
Descriptions of the afterschool clubs being offered this Fall/Winter, along with a sign-up and registration form, are on our website on the Activities & Clubs webpage and also in the Forms section of the Parent Portal. Clubs are filling-up quickly and registration ends this week. Contact the main office if you have any questions.
The school uniform is required tomorrow for yearbook photos; please see page 6 of the Parent Student Handbook for details.
Students in grades K - 8 wear a white polo shirt with Stanbridge logo and or navy sweater with Stanbridge logo.
All students have their photo taken, and you may order prints from the school photographer Douglas Peck.
Students in the 12th grade have their photos taken again later in the year wearing their graduation gown.
You may leave your payment for photos in the front office, or mail directly to Doug Peck.
Stanbridge Academy's annual Back to School Night is scheduled for Wednesday, September 21 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Meet your student's teachers and get the lowdown on this year's classes and curriculum. All parents/guardians are encouraged to attend.
Stanbridge Academy is a caring, inclusive K-12 school for students with mild to moderate learning differences and social communication disorders. We use an individualized, whole student approach so that students thrive and develop their academic, social, and emotional capabilities to their fullest potential.
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