Scofield Magnet Middle School

We are a Science, Math, Technology Magnet Middle School

 
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Scofield Magnet Middle
641 Scofieldtown Rd
Stamford, CT 06903
P: 203-977-2750
F: 203-977-2766

General Information

Office Hours      7:00-4:00

Regular Day      8:00-2:40

Early Release    8:00-12:20

Delayed Opening 10:00-2:40

Scofield Magnet Orientation Dates

Jan. 26, 2017 @7pm     Snow Date Feb. 2 @ 7pm

Feb. 23, 2017 @9am     Snow Date Feb. 24 @ 9am

April 6, 2017 @7pm

Upcoming Events
Dec. 15th- Winter Concert 1pm & 7pm
 
Dec. 20th-Bring your Parent to Gym 6:30-7:30
 
Dec. 21st- Progress Reports distributed
 
Dec. 23rd- Early Release
 
Dec. 26th- Jan. 2nd- No School Winter Recess
 
This week, December 5-December 9 is Hour of Code week-over 1 million students will be participating!
Code Facts that will be shared with Scofield Students:
In the next 3 years the demand for STEM workers will grow to 8.65 million. Coding will help in all STEM jobs.  Computer programming jobs are growing at 2 times the national average. A Computer Science major can earn 40% more than the college average. Students in most high schools receive no exposure to computer science- ALL Scofield Students learn some computer programming. When it comes to choosing a college major, less than 1% of girls select computer science. In 2013, 30,000 students took the AP Computer Science test. Only 19% were girls. Fewer than 10% of computer science students are Black/African American or Hispanic/Latino. 
Take a look at our Scofield students hard at work using Scratch, and Raspberry Pi!
 
 
Welcome to Scofield Magnet Middle School! The administrative team is comprised of Mr. Scott Clayton, the Principal, Mrs. Donna Gardner, Assistant Principal and Mr. James Forde, Administrative Intern. We are pleased to have you visit our Website.
Our school serves students in grades 6-8. We have a student population of about 700 students. The students are organized into teams of approximately 100 students, two teams on grade 6, three teams on grade 7, and two teams on grade 8.
Each student will have the opportunity for maximum growth toward mastery of basic skills in the academic areas, in developing self-discipline and self-direction, as well as involvement in a program of diversified academic and creative experiences. Respect for and trust in the early adolescent are basic to this school along with the assumption that all children want to learn. Students will be recognized as active learners, and they will be taught to accept responsibility for their learning and education.
Please spend time visiting our Website. We hope that this information will help you to learn about us.