Dear Stoddert families, In light of recent acts of violence in our country, we’re asking that you use discretion in your children’s Halloween costumes. Our preference is costumes that do not include weapons, blood, or other depictions of violence. Because of this late notice, we are not totally banning costumes which include those things, but
Archives for October 2018
What an exciting day for Stoddert Elementary School and the DC Food Project Team! During the October 19th 2018 Town Hall Meeting, DC Food Project co-founders, Stoddert moms Alysa MacClellan and Lucie Leblois, along with co-founder, Eaton mom, Krista Weymouth, were interviewed by Fox 5 DC. The Pay It Forward Segment featured the Share Table and the Weekend Bag Program,
Calling All Stoddert Students! We want you to design the cover for the 2018-19 yearbook! Contest Rules: Design a custom cover that shows your Wolfpack Pride and love for Stoddert Elementary Use crayons, markers or colored pencils – colors should be BOLD! DO NOT use gel pens or fluorescent colors/markers Create design on an 8.5”x11” sheet
NOW HIRING!! Stoddert Extended Day Program (EDP) is now hiring for a part-time position that runs from 3:15pm-4:15pm Monday – Friday. Please send resumes directly to Coach V at firstname.lastname@example.org. All questions should also be sent directly to this email address.
On October 31, 2018 students are to report to school in their normal clothing. All costumes and accessories are to be in their backpacks until their teacher has them change for the parade. 1:45pm: 5th, 4th, 3rd , 2nd, 1st, K, Pre-K grade students (in that order) will begin to parade out of Stoddert and around
In our Information Literacy classes, the first and second grade students have begun learning a unit on Digital Citizenship. These classes should equip our students to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly when online. The students have been given “Family Tip Sheets” and “Student Activity Sheets” to discuss and work on at home. For
The open house features a tour with Stoddert principal, Mr. Bryant. Typically, the open house takes about 20-30 minutes. Prospective parents will be able to see the school, have questions about enrollment and more. The open house begins and ends in the front lobby of the school. New and prospective families are invited to attend
Thank you parents and Stoddert community for your patience in getting this project completed. Michael Shearer, owner of Tricord Masonry donated the installation and labor of the job. His crew was able to complete the work over the long weekend during the cooler and dry weather. This saved the PTO several thousand dollars that can now be used towards
Join fellow DC residents to receive an update on the DC Public Education Master Facilities Plan 2018. Take part in a workshop where you will learn about the latest analysis and preliminary findings, and provide feedback about public school facilities planning in the District. Tuesday, October 9th, 6:30PM RSVP Here Roosevelt High School 4301 13th St
Ward 3 – Wilson Feeder Education Network presents Ward 3 State Board of Education Candidates Forum with Dora Currea and Ruth Wattenberg, moderated by WAMU’s Jenny Abamu Monday, October 15th 7 pm – 8:30 pm Tenley-Friendship Library RSVP to email@example.com if you think you will attend.