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Registration is underway for instructional, youth, and high school basketball. You may register in person at Sterling House or online here by clicking on registrations on the left side of this page.
New Program for 2016 Spring Soccer Teams
“Shadows” for special needs soccer players. High school student athletes will play alongside during games to help the child feel comfortable on the field and assist in participation during the game. This volunteer service is reserved especially for special needs children who would like to participate in team soccer but may need assistance. Email Bill at email@example.com for information.
Fall & Spring Soccer Cancellation Information
Saturday soccer cancellations are posted on this site by 7:30 am and by 10:30 am on Sundays. Also a recorded message is left at
203-378-2606. Decisions on soccer PRACTICE cancellations are made by the team coach. Contact your coach about the status of practices. For your coach's contact information: click on schedules; then click your age division; and then click on your team name to see your individual schedule and the contact info for your team.
Soccer & Lacrosse Practices
Decisions on soccer and lacrosse practices are made
by the coaches. When weather is bad, check with
your coach on the status of practices.
Fall Adult Flag Football
For information on the 2016 Spring season, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The 2015 Fall season is now closed to new teams.
BASKETBALL CANCELLATION INFORMATION
Basketball games and practices are cancelled whenever schooml is cancelled or dismissed early due to weather. Saturday cancellations are posted on this site by 7:30 am and a recorded message is left at 203-378-2606.Recreational Soccer
"Here's my advice: Don't give yourself agita over winning and losing. Make sure your kid is having fun"
This column by Editor Mike Daly was in the Sunday Post on the editorial page. Click here for the entire piece. See below for the part about Sterling House.
The soccer fields at David Wooster Middle School in Stratford were aswarm with kids on a recent Saturday, kids as far as the eye could see.
Little kids. Some bigger and older than others, certainly. Little kids, nonetheless.
Whistle bursts punctured the general din. Referees, some not that long departed from the ranks of little kids themselves, scrambled about, keeping order and pointing players in the right direction.
This is the Sterling House soccer program in Stratford. Sterling House has a well-admired program. They get it right on any number of fronts, one of which is that they keep no standings.
They understand the meaning of the word "recreation" as it applies to organized soccer.
So all around Connecticut, little kids and their parents and coaches and referees, many of them new to the situation, are taking to the fields.
Here's my advice: Don't give yourself agita over winning and losing. Make sure your kid is having fun.
Congratulations to the 2015 Diaz/Jockers Recipients
Debbie Diaz Sportsmanship Awards
Soccer Players: Jerome Larracuente & Shannon Mencel
Coaches: Karen Burke, Kevin DeVitto, Chris Farrell, Matt Holmgren, Mike Laskowski, Pete Milner
Referees: Natalie Sciallo & Shea Tyler
Erin Jockers Friends of Sterling House Awards
Bob Hudson, Mike Cepetelli
Ann & Bob Wargo, George Wines
Ameriprise Financial of Stratford
Send nominations for the 2016 Diaz Awards to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Town of Stratford Charter, Code & Ordinance
No person shall throw or deposit litter in any park within the Town except in public receptacles and in such manner that the litter will be prevented from being carried or deposited by the elements upon any part of the park or upon any street or other public place. Where public receptacles are not provided, all such litter shall be carried away from the park by the person responsible for its presence and shall be properly disposed of elsewhere as provided herein.
Any person who violates any provision of this chapter shall be fined not more than $100,......
§ 152-27. Dogs and other pets prohibited in park
….it is unlawful for any person to allow or permit any dog or other pet to run at large in any park, or to permit any dog or other pet with or without a leash, except Seeing Eye or Hearing Ear dogs or dogs used by public law enforcement agencies and under control of a law enforcement officer, to enter any public beach, swimming or wading area, pond, fountain, stream, organized athletics area or designated children's play area.
(9) Owners must pick up and properly dispose of their dog's feces.
C. Failure to comply with any of the rules and regulations will result in a fine of $100.
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