Turn of River (TOR) is one of five Stamford middle schools and has approximately 600 students. TOR students comprise a rich mixture of nationalities. TOR students learn from one another’s backgrounds and cultures, and thrive in a dynamic, all-inclusive school setting. TOR offers a comprehensive educational program as well as a nurturing environment for students.
TOR aims to help children acquire academic skills as well as to become life-long learners. In partnership with home and community, TOR is dedicated to the goal of academic, artistic, athletic, and character education, as well as developing children into responsible and caring individuals. The school continues to set high standards of academic excellence, community responsibility and a sincere concern for its students. TOR is committed to teaming, interdisciplinary instruction, and a 21st Century Curriculum, all designed to meet the needs of the early adolescent.
Turn of River also offers a diversified program of extracurricular activities: intramural sports, community service, specialized instruction in art and music, world languages, yearbook, and a wide variety of after school clubs – yoga, student council, Rachel’s Challenge, Soul Writers, and Math Counts—to name a few. The school also offers an after-school tutorial program in reading and math, as well as providing an environment for students to complete homework with assistance four times a week.
Regular Day Schedule
7:50 AM to 2:40 PM
|Brendon Fox||Principal||(203) 977-4285|
|Robert Smith-Biko||Assistant Principal||(203) 977-5434|
|Jennifer Laughlin||Administrative Intern||(203) 977-4086|
|Sharon Wade||OSS||(203) 977-4735|
|Adriana Ulloa||OSS||(203) 977-4892|