Stoddert Elementary
Help Water Stoddert Garden this Summer!

Summer has finally arrived and with it comes the responsibility of keeping our amazing Stoddert Teaching Garden healthy during these hot summer months. Watering is needed on a daily basis (weekends until school ends and then daily unless there has been a good rain that day or night before). Hoses, spray nozzles and an onsite  Read More »

Stoddert PTA Survey

The Stoddert PTA strives to be an effective voice in the Stoddert community and one that represents the entire community.  As one way to gain input to the planned activities and goals for next year, we’ve developed a survey.  It should only take a few minutes and will help ensure that the PTA is meeting  Read More »

DME Releases Boundary Proposal

The Deputy Mayor for Education, Abigail Smith, has released the anxiously awaited draft proposal on Student Assignment and Boundaries. It is noteworthy that the letter announcing the release (see below) stresses that this is a “draft” of “proposed” changes and encourages continued feedback and engagement from interested stakeholders. We encourage you to read through the  Read More »

Stoddert PTA Special Election

Thank you to everyone who voted in the PTA Board Elections in May.  Due to changing circumstances, the PTA needs to elect a new Co-President and a new Secretary as the elected individuals need to resign their position.  Mary Clare Claud has volunteered to serve as Co-President (with the returning Leigh McKenna).  We are seeking  Read More »

DME Boundary Process Community Meetings

Hundreds of community members participated in community meetings across the city to discuss student assignment and school choice policies, including school boundaries and feeder patterns. Now, the Deputy Mayor for Education and the Advisory Committee for Student Assignment will present their draft recommendations and get your feedback. Your feedback will be used to develop final  Read More »

Library Books Due and Help Needed

Do you still have Stoddert library books in your house? Please encourage your kids to return their overdue library books as soon as possible. Also, this past Monday, June 9th, and for the next two weeks, our librarian, Ms. Bowlin has begun weeding and conducting an inventory in the library, if anyone is interested in  Read More »

Clip & Save Your Box Tops and Labels for Education Over the Summer!

We will continue to collect Box Tops and Labels for Education in the next school year, so please continue to clip them all throughout the summer. You can drop them in the box at the front of school anytime or hang onto them until the start of next year. And, look out because will do  Read More »

Notification from the Office of Food & Nutrition Services of the price increases coming to the 2014-15 school year

Dear DCPS Parents and Guardians, As the 2013-2014 school year comes to a close, the Office of Food & Nutrition Services would like to briefly notify parents and guardians of the price increases coming to the 2014-15 school year. Starting on August 25th, 2014, the price of DC Public Schools (DCPS) paid lunch meals will  Read More »

Stoddert Chorus Performances – UPDATE

The Stoddert Chorus (both groups) will be making their debut performances during the Talent Show June 11th that is happening from 1:30 – 3:00pm. We do not have an exact schedule but hope you can come see them! In lieu of the talent show or in addition to, parents are welcome to come watch each  Read More »

Help Water Stoddert’s Garden This Summer!

Summer has finally arrived and with it comes the responsibility of keeping our amazing Stoddert Teaching Garden healthy during these hot summer months. Watering is needed on a daily basis (weekends until school ends and then daily unless there has been a good rain that day or night before). Hoses, spray nozzles and an onsite  Read More »