Julia A. Stark School

Stamford Connecticut's Rising Stars

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School Information

A true neighborhood school in the Glenbrook community


398 Glenbrook Road

Stamford, CT 06906

203-977-4583 (phone)

203-977-5426 (fax)


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 Monday, April 20

Mrs. Chichester's Kdg. class to Ferguson Library on the Purple Bus 9:30-11:00 am

SPEF Mentoring for Mr. Bianco & Ms. Finch's Gr.5 students

Wednesday, April 22

Professional Secretaries' Day - Special thanks to Mrs. Brassman & Mrs. Boxley for all they do for Stark School!


Friday, April 24

Grade 1 to Maritime Aquarium

Kindergarten to Palace Theater to view " Dinosaur Train"

Family Fun Night/ Story Pirates Evening Performance @ 6:30 pm





 It's fundraising time again! Mixed Bag Designs is helping Julia A. Stark Elementary reach our fundraising goals this year! Seller packets are going home - make sure to check those backpacks. We're offering eco-friendly totes, accessories, kitchenware and tons of fantastic products - there's something for everyone in these catalogs. You can click here to view the catalogs. This fundraiser will run from 4/6-4/17 with the option to shop online after 4/17 through July! Any questions, contact Beth Brucker kermibaby2@gmail.com  or Lisa Dianis lau73@optonline.net .



 We Care About You!!

Stark’s Girl Scout Brownie troop of 9 girls created 60 “Socks of Love” today, which will be donated to Inspirica. Each year, our girls decide to “save, spend and donate” part of their cookie sale proceeds. Last year, they donated $755 to the Stamford Animal Shelter and this year, they decided that they wanted to do something to help homeless people in Stamford. They learned that all people have basic needs and one of those needs is keeping clean, so they purchased toiletry items, including toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo and soap. They also learned that clean, new socks are needed at homeless shelters, so they purchased socks. At today’s troop meeting, the girls stuffed the socks with all of the items and tied a tag onto it that said, “We care about you!”








Interim Principal

Mrs. Edith Presley


Interim Assistant Principal

Mr. Joseph Claps


Administrative Intern

Mr. Matthew Cerruto


School Secretaries

Mrs. Marva Boxley

Mrs. Mary Brassman

School Dining