The following is a letter from DCPS Chancellor Antwan Wilson regarding recent news stories regarding graduation at Ballou High School… November 29, 2017 Dear DCPS Families, I’m sure many of you have seen the recent news story about Ballou High School’s 2017 graduating class. Please be assured that we take the allegations in this story
Archives for November 2017
Stock up on your Wolfpack pride during this week’s Book Fair! Stoddert gear makes for great holiday gifts! Shop for gear on these two days while attending the Book Fair: Wednesday, December 6th and Thursday, December 7th from 3:15 pm until 6:15 pm. Find us in the school lobby. New items include a brand new
Take a break from cooking the week of December 10 – 15th! It is Stoddert’s “Giveback Week” with Galley Foods, which means that Galley gives back 20% of #StoddertES sales from Dec. 10 – 15. What is Galley? Galley empowers you to eat well on your schedule, with freshly prepared menu options made from scratch every day
The following is a letter to all Stoddert families about winter weather…. Dear Stoddert Families, Winter weather is just around the corner, and I want to provide you with the following weather-related school closing information. DCPS makes every effort to keep schools open. However, weather-related events may result in delays or closures. To get timely
DCPS uses Clever to sync with many of the learning programs students use in the classroom. All Stoddert students have access to the Clever portal as well as Office 365 to keep track of their work and programs, and both Clever and Office 365 allow the students to sync their work in the classroom with their
All Stoddert students have access to Microsoft Office 365 through DCPS where they can easily access their work and the school’s different learning programs such as iReady and Clever. From any of their devices at home, Office 365 allows the students to login just once to access any school programs that they use during the school day.
Stoddert fourth grader, Jack H., won first place for his essay about why Stoddert has the best school garden in the city. Washington, DC is home to 128 schools with gardens. The Office of the State Superintendent’s Gilda Allen Best School Garden Award challenged students across the city to write a short essay answering the question:
On Tuesday, November 14th the Stoddert’s GeoPlunge team made up of 4th and 5th graders competed in the GeoPlunge tournament at the National Portrait Gallery, along with 12 other schools. Stoddert’s GeoPlunge team members are: Aidan, Riley, Jasmine, Maya, Gloria, Annika, Mason, Sitara, Amory, Will, Kai, Lasse, Ciara, and Logan. Stoddert’s team was brilliantly coached by Ms. Turmail and Mr. Maubouche. Congrats
The following is a letter from DCPS on water quality at Stoddert…. Dear Parents and Families: Throughout the course of the year, DC Public Schools (DCPS) and the DC Department of General Services (DGS) partner to coordinate lead testing of drinking water sources within all schools. On November 10, 2017, annual testing took place at
Stoddert is lucky to have three student teachers this semester from Catholic University. Payton Smith (in red) is in Mrs. Lasov’s 2nd grade, Stephanie Schuller (in blue) is in Mr. O’Beirne’s 2nd grade, and Cara Capilli (in purple) is in Mrs. Marquez’s 4th grade.