Calendar link: here The Fillmore Arts Center is having an after-school Holiday Workshop on December 18 from 3:45-5:15. Reserve a space by December 17 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your child’s name, age/grade, school, contact #’s, your email and class choice. You may call with questions at 202-465-2810. Class Size is Limited , SO PLEASE EMAIL BY December 17!
Archives for December 2018
Join Us! Hosted by the Glover Park Citizens Association and Stoddert PTO. All are welcome! Activities, pizza, popcorn and cocoa are free but please bring a side dish/dessert and a toy for donation if you are able. Featuring: Marine Toys for Tots drop off- each donation earns you a ticket for a door prize Meet Santa
Thank you parents and teachers for participating in our book fair. We are excited to purchase books for the classrooms with points/money earned. A big congratulations to the Book Fair coordinator Maiada Kassem for a successful week. An additional thank you to our volunteers for set up and check out.
All are welcome to attend our last meeting of the year on December 11 from 6:30- 8pm. We will have three special guests to discuss education issues in DCPS and Ward 3. On hand will be Hardy Principal Cooke, Chief of Secondary Schools Shawn Stover and Ruth Wattenburg, Ward 3 member and DC State Board
The showings of the 5th Grade play have been moved. There will be 2 showings on December 17, 2018 First Last
Friday, December 7, 2018 Dear Stoddert Family: OSSE is scheduled to release the new DC School Report Card today, which will give DC families a look into all public schools in the District. The report card will include each school’s rating on the School Transparency and Reporting (STAR) Framework. The STAR Framework
Written by Thembi Duncan of Ford’s Theater, revisions by Richard Golland Family and friends are welcome to attend either or both shows. There will be 2 showings on December 17, 2018 First Last
Each Year the 5th grade classes have a wonderful opportunity to attend a 2 night and 3 day field trip to Hard Bargain Farm. This year’s trip did not disappoint from milking cows, to learning about our local ecosystem and enjoying an outdoor fire, our kids learned so much AND had a great time. A big thank you
Winter is almost here however this does not get in the way of our learning initiative related to our gardening program. Over the next few months our students will take part in further inquiry and skill building becoming ‘food literate.” Here’s are the topics we will address supported by educational documentaries and fun in class taste test. – defining
All lost and found items must be picked up by Tuesday December 4, 2018. All items unclaimed at that time will be donated to charity.