District Wide Broadcast Message

Welcome to Lord Stirling


Let's Make it a Great Day...On Purpose

3rd Grade Dance Power ShowTop of Page

 
Support our 3rd Graders in their Dance Power Show
 
April 3rd at 5:45 pm
 
New Brunswick High School

 

1000 Somerset Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 

Attention 5th Grade ParentsTop of Page

 
Middle School Parent Orientation Night
 
at the New Brunswick Middle School
1125 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 
April 5th
6 - 7:30 pm
 
Click HERE for more information.
 
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Family Yoga NightTop of Page

Thursday, April 20, 2017

6:30-7:30 pm

Lord Stirling Community School Cafeteria


We will explore different movements, learn breathing techniques and play games. Be prepared to have lots of FUN!

*Please wear comfortable clothing.


Please RSVP by completing the form below and returning it to your child’s teacher by 4/7.

 
 

Message from the PrincipalTop of Page

We are all so very excited to share with you a school year full of learning adventures, new friends, and challenges that will contribute to preparing each of our students to be life-long learners and to be able to have the tools necessary to pursue the college and career of their choosing.

A known quote states “The dictionary is the only place where success comes before work” You must do your best, aspire to improve upon that, and only then will we be able to experience true success. Success is connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes, but do not ever quit.

After this year is done, will you be able to say that you took action, learned from your mistakes, got up and are able to call yourself truly successful?

Our Lord Stirling family is ready to support you in making sure we all succeed. Let's make it a great year! On Purpose!

Dr. Cesar M. Cabrera, Principal

Black History MonthTop of Page

Black History Celebration
 
  Lord Stirling Community School recently celebrated Black Her-Story Month 2017: Illuminating the Gifts of Black Women!  Feature presentations were on historical and iconic women of the past and present.  Students took part in songs, dances, speeches, and poetry!  It was a wonderful celebration. The students and committee did a wonderful job preparing for the celebration.
 

Respect Rocks Wednesdays!Top of Page

Have YOU made the Respect Board?  Congratulations to all of the nominees this school year! 

We would like to recognize students who make good choices and demonstrate outstanding effort to show respect in school throughout the school year.

As such, we will be announcing those recognized students through the loud speaker every Wednesday at 2:55 pm. The deadline for submitting those names will be by noon of every Wednesday.

RecycleTop of Page

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Let's Make it a Great Day...On Purpose!Top of Page


Where's WaldoTop of Page

 
 
During the month of January, students were actively seeking information about colleges and universities.  Teachers created short slideshows about their own college or university.  These slideshows were hidden with Waldo or Wenda all over the building for students to find.
 
Students in grades 3-5 had their own booklets to write details about as many colleges/universities as possible.