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  • Download our 2017 Graduation Video here

     

     

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  • Our School’s Core Values:

    Learners  Community  Excellence  Respect  Integrity

     

    Vision:

    Stafford High School is a proud community of diverse, goal-oriented learners committed to success in education, work, and citizenship.

     

    Mission:

    Inspire and empower all learners to thrive.

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    Our school has deeper roots than many of us know!

     

    Are you a current student? Check out what our old buildings looked like, who our teams played--see how we've grown over history.

    Are you an alumni? Find your friends and most inspiring (or reviled) staff members, recall your victories, and share your accomplishments with others.

     

     Title page of The Pioneer 1946-47 yearbook at Stafford School     Click on the title below to view a digital copy

    The Pioneer 1947 Stafford School Yearbook: Our First Yearbook on Record

    In 1947, Stafford School had both a High School and Elementary School! We had four bus drivers, four cafeteria staff members, and one grounds-keeper. The yearbook design was done with cut and pasted photographs using a typewriter, and was illustrated with pencil drawings. Our school newspaper was called the Esquire and the yearbook was titled Pioneer. Students could join the following organizations and sports teams: Pioneer Staff, Esquire Staff, Glee Club, 4-H, S.C.A., Librarians, Home Ec Club, Agricultural Club, Safety Patrol, Baseball, and Basketball. The Senior Play was entitled "Spooks and Spasms."

     

    Contact the webmaster/librarian Nichole Ashwood for access to the full archives from 1947 to 2014 at ashwoodnl@staffordschools.net

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