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The 2017 Gazebo Mistletoe List

The 2017 Gazebo Mistletoe List

December 6, 2017


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  (IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE INCLUDED ON THE LIST, PLEASE LET THE GAZEBO KNOW) Mary Kate Groves and William McCormack Alexandra Hall and Joey Gadd AJ Stevenson and Sarah Pyles Harmony Nagle and Young Johnny Depp Manav Patel and Kate Upton Andrew Delves and Hadley Neal Molly Garud and Samuel Barrow  To...

It all adds up for Math Team’s success

It all adds up for Math Team’s success

Sabina Ajjan, Gazebo Staff Writer

December 5, 2017


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Ambition leads members of Stratford's Math Team through every tournament and competition. Winning is the clear goal, allowing them to excel at competitions year after year. The team meets on Fridays. Usually, two or three tournaments take place in the Fall and three or four take place in the Spring. Th...

Visit the Eagle’s Nest Holiday Secret Shop

Visit the Eagle’s Nest Holiday Secret Shop

Anna Parel, Gazebo Staff Writer

November 30, 2017


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The Eagle’s Nest Holiday Secret Shop continues this week through Friday in Room 407 of the Preschool.    

GRATITUDE

GRATITUDE

The Amazing Gazebo Staff

November 16, 2017


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Stratford’s literary magazine has the write stuff

Stratford’s literary magazine has the write stuff

Arya Datta and Rania Akbar

November 8, 2017


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Stratford’s literary magazine, "Scribbles," gives students opportunities to publish their work. Upper school students can submit short stories and poem to senior editors Anna Kate Alford and Tejas Athni or to faculty supervisors, Dr. Frank Katz or Mrs. Susan Lolis. The content is voted on by all...

Parlez-vous français?

Parlez-vous français?

Annika Brooks and Jansyn Stephens, Gazebo Staff Writers

November 8, 2017


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The French Club is one of many at Stratford that showcases our foreign languages. The advisor is Mrs. Rachel Chabot, who teaches Upper School French and AP French. This year’s co- presidents are Sydnie Rouleau, Katherine Hall, and Murray McCormack. The purpose of the club is to experience French ...

She takes students ‘where they need to be’

She takes students ‘where they need to be’

Chandani Patel and Anna Parel, Gazebo Staff Writer

November 7, 2017


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Ms. Patricia “Patsy” Hayslip not only has been tutoring students in the Learning Support Center (LSC) for the past 20 years, she has been changing their lives. She is the Director Coordinator of Services for the LSC.  Before she became director, she was an Algebra I and Algebra II teacher for 1...

Pep Club keeps school spirit high

Pep Club keeps school spirit high

Mary Lynes Sutton, Gazebo Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


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It is no secret that Pep Club is the most popular club at Stratford. From getting a new T-shirt every year to the fun student tailgates, many students are eager to join. Mrs. Shannon Boswell is in charge of the Pep Club. About 260 of the 317 students in the Upper School are members. The seni...

Ivy grows on Stratford theatre students

Ivy grows on Stratford theatre students

Elizabeth Sellers and Kaylee Jellum, Gazebo Staff Writers

October 27, 2017


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A ghost has been haunting the theatre department at Stratford Academy since 1993. Her name is Ivy, and she is very mischievous, funny, and full of character, according to theatre director Ms. Sylvia Haynie. Many theatre students have had scary encounters with her, from feeling as if someone else is in the roo...

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