May 29, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, As SY19/20 comes to a close, I thank you again for your support and cooperation during the weeks of distance learning. Your partnership with us has made the best of a challenging situation. Kudos to our Fifth-Grade Students and TeachersThis morning our fifth-grade team led a wonderful fifth-grade promotion
It is critically important that families complete their enrollment. We are asking that Stoddert families submit their enrollment forms online as soon as they are able, and NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. Why is it so important to enroll your children now? Knowing the number of children returning to Stoddert allows Stoddert to best allocate resources and
April 17, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, Thanks for all you’re doing to support your child’s Distance Learning. This morning the Mayor and the Chancellor made the following announcements about the 2019/2020 school year: Distance learning will continue for the remainder of the school year. The school year will end for students on May 29. On
March 24, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, On behalf of all Stoddert teachers and staff members: IT’S GREAT TO HAVE OUR STUDENTS BACK IN SCHOOL TODAY!! Our teachers and staff members are working incredibly hard to plan and facilitate virtual learning experiences as well as old-fashioned hard copy learning experiences for our students. We realize that
1) Updated Schedule for ALL DCPS Schools Emailed by Chancellor Ferebee This Morning “March 13, 2020 Dear DC Public Schools Students and Families: On March 11, 2020, in order to provide additional coordination for the District’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), Mayor Muriel Bowser declared both a state of emergency and a public health emergency.
1) Politics and Prose Book Fair and Comet Fundraiser Sunday, March 15, 2020 – 10:00am – 8:00pm Join us at Politics and Prose (5015 Connecticut Ave., NW) on Sunday, March 15th from 10am until 8pm. Whenever anyone buys a book (or anything! DVD! puzzle! birthday card!) and tells the cashier they are shopping for Stoddert,
We are in need of volunteer judges for the 2020 Stoddert STEM fair later this month. No experience is necessary as we will provide the brief training required on the morning of the fair. Parents are welcome to serve as judges (for a grade that is not their child’s grade) or to just come on
Dear Stoddert Families,Hello, and I hope all is well. 3rd and 4th grade students are engaged in a STEM project during STEM class that incorporates their interests/passions with Stoddert core values. The process goes as follows: choose a topic construct questions about topic (this guides research) research for information use dcps.folletdestiny.com, library books, google (teacher’s permission),
Thank you Ms. Thompson, Mr. McCants and all the parents and teachers who turned out last week to make the 4th annual Stoddert Tech Expo such a fun, informative and educational experience for the entire Stoddert community.
It’s incredibly exciting that our MLB team, the Washington Nationals are headed to the World Series and it was fantastic to see all the Stoddert students turn out on Friday to support the Nats on live TV. This year Stoddert’s relationship with the Nationals runs deep through a partnership with the team’s Education Department called