Julia A. Stark School, located in the Glenbrook section of Stamford, is one of the 12 elementary schools serving the…More city. Known as a "true neighborhood" school, Stark has a mission to "educate all students to become responsible and productive learners." Stark serves a very diverse group of students where 28 languages and numerous nationalities are represented.</p>
<p>Stark provides students in grades K - 5 with a comprehensive curriculum that includes math, reading and science. It also participates in the Stamford Public Schools' Before School Care (ROSCCO) program. The campus includes a cafeteria, gym, auditorium and a media center.</p>
<p>Stark opened 83 years ago as an expansion of Glenbrook School on Crescent Street, which now is the site of the Glenbrook Community Center. It was named after Julia A. Stark, who taught in Stamford schools for nearly 50 years.</p>
Northrop Baseball League 35 Crescent St, Stamford, CT06906 With management offices in the Glenbrook Community Center, the Northrop Baseball League offers baseball and softball…More programming for players of all ages and abilities. The home field is located next to the Julia Stark Elementary School on the corner of Glenbrook Road and Scofield Avenue. Details regarding upcoming seasons, registration and league history are available on the <a href="http://www.northropbaseball.com/">website</a>.
Northrop Park Glenbrook Rd & Scofield Ave, Stamford, CT06906 Northrop Park is a friendly neighborhood playground located on the city's East Side near the corner of Glenbrook Road…More and Scofield Avenue. It is mainly used as a recess and gym class area for the nearby Julia Stark Elementary School, but it is accessible to all. The grounds feature play sets, slides and swings, as well as a ballpark that is the home field for the Northrop Baseball League for children ages 4 to 12.