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New Brunswick, New Jersey
Middlesex County
New Brunswick School District
Lord Stirling Elementary School is a public school located in New Brunswick, New Jersey with 545 students in grades Pre-K-5.
Highlights
The Lord Stirling community School’s instructional plans and goals are aligned to the NJ Student Learning Standards.
Connection to the community is an essential component of Lord Stirling Community School’s emphasis.
Technology is a part of each school day with students in Grades 3-5 utilizing 1:1 personal Chromebooks.
Awards

Lord Stirling Community School recognizes a Teacher of the Year every school year. Students are recognized every marking period for Honor Roll and attendance. The school was recognized as a Sustainable School. Lord Stirling was also recognized for the Bronze Tier from Future Ready Schools of New Jersey.

Location
101 Redmond Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Contact
Principal: Ellen Treadway
732-745-5300
ellen_treadway@nbpsnj.net
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Grades
Pre-K-5
White 0%
Black 8%
Asian 0%
Hispanic 92%
American Indian or Native Alaskan 0%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0%
Multiracial 0%
School size
545
students
Female 49.7%
Male 50.3%
Economically disadvantaged students 92%
Students with disabilities 17%
English learners 35%
Homeless students 1%
Students in foster care 1%
Military-connected students 0%
Migrant students 0%
Students by grade
Average number of students per grade
78
Grade Percent of total students Students
Pre-K 3%
14
Kindergarten 15%
80
1st Grade 17%
91
2nd Grade 17%
90
3rd Grade 14%
79
4th Grade 18%
98
5th Grade 17%
91
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English & language arts proficiency
33%
of students

Math proficiency
24%
of students

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Crime per 100 students
1.8
Incidents per year
Violence 5
Weapons 0
Vandalism 0
Substances 0
Harassment, intimidation, and bullying 5
Total incidents 10
Percent of students absent fewer than 10 days
75%
Days absent Percent of students
0 days 3%
1 to 5 days 41%
6 to 10 days 31%
11 to 15 days 17%
Over 15 days 8%
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Spanish 80.0%
English 20.0%
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Learn more about Lord Stirling Elementary School.

Mission

Lord Stirling Community School is alive with innovation and vision. Within the classroom and beyond, we challenge all students to recognize their talents and maximize their potential. An important strength of Lord Stirling School is our daily work to embody the district’s vision to Prepare, Empower and Inspire students to be lifelong learners and leaders as well as to provide high level and rigorous academic programs, in a safe and inviting community environment.

Academics

Lord Stirling Community School’s instructional plans and goals are aligned to the New Brunswick School District curriculum and the New Jersey Student Learning Standards. The plan includes an interdisciplinary approach to Language Arts Literacy and Mathematics that is integrated in all K-5 classes with team teaching in grades 3-5. After school programs offer assistance with homework and parents are able to monitor student assignments and grades through the Oncourse Connect Parent Portal.

Programs

Before and After School activities include YSS and Civic League after school partner programs, the Nature Thru Nurture extended day program, and Extended School Day programs designed to enhance student proficiency in Language Arts Literacy and Parental involvement through a PTO leadership team. We also have partnerships with Rutgers and other community members who offer after school tutoring.

Teachers

Administrators and teachers participate in professional learning activities throughout the school year. The professional learning plan drives rigorous instruction, age appropriate learning strategies and ongoing professional development for instructional staff in an effort to enhance student learning and improve overall student outcomes. We continuously provide teaching staff with job-embedded and relevant professional development opportunities.

Supports

Student support is provided throughout the school day as well as before and after school. Intervention and Referral Services (I&RS) and Bilingual and ESL Instructional Program are examples of how support is provided to the students. The Extended School Day Program along with tutoring programs supported by community agencies also assist students who are in need academic support. The school's counseling program supports social emotional learning and character education.

Health

Breakfast is provided to all students each morning. All students participate in physical education, recess and health classes throughout the week. Fourth grade students participate in an aquatics program which is supported by Robert Wood Johnson. During this time, they learn about water safety and are given swimming lessons by certified lifeguards and swim coaches.

Parents

A committed group of individuals composed of teachers, parents, and administration are a part of the PTO who meet monthly. Parents are also invited to attend Special Education Parent Advisory Meetings. The school maintains partnerships with the community, including the Law firm of Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas, American Repertory Ballet, George Street Playhouse and Robert Wood Johnson. These organizations provide our students with opportunities to enhance academic achievement.

Facilities

Lord Stirling Community School has embodied the values and traditions of community education, service and family since its inception in 2002. The school campus is located at 101 Redmond Street and borders George Street and Commercial Avenue, which are major thoroughfares through the heart of New Brunswick. The building is comprised of classrooms for Pre K - 5, a gymnasium, cafeteria, auditorium, library, as well as art and music rooms.

School safety

Lord Stirling Community School takes the safety and security of our students, staff, and all members very seriously. We have security staff on premises at all times that the school is open. All visitors must sign in and be acknowledged by security prior to entering the building. We have a School Safety Team which meets throughout the year to discuss not only physical but social and emotional safety of our students.

Technology

Students in grades 3-5 have one to one access to Chromebooks throughout the school day. Students in Grades K-2 have access to technology through centers and small group use. Teachers have access to and utillize interactive projectors, smart boards, as well as document cameras, and projectors. All staff are supplied with laptops.

Early childhood

Students in our Pre K program begin at 8:40 and end at 3:15. They utilize Tools of the Mind and TS Gold.

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Lord Stirling Community School has expanded its student population and diversity over the years: An increase in cultural diversity is evidenced by an expanding English as Second Language program. Lord Stirling is a Pre-Kindergarten through fifth grade school with thirty homerooms and additional classrooms to provide special education, resource, basic skills and ESL instruction. District technology initiatives have allowed for one-to-one Chromebooks for students in grades 3rd-5th. The vision that we share for our students along with the committed efforts of our staff have allowed Lord Stirling Community School to grow and enrich the lives of the members of our school community. The overall school program supports academic achievement and social development. We implement a uniform policy which is shared with our students and parents in the summer prior to the beginning of school and in our Parent/Student Handbook which is provided in English and Spanish at the beginning of the School Year. Our school community provides students with a positive and nurturing learning environment where they can grow academically, emotionally, and socially thereby ensuring our students are “Prepared, Empowered and Inspired” to be lifelong learners and leaders.

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