Today, DCPS announced its five-year strategic plan. From the DCPS website: In shaping DC Public Schools’ five-year strategic plan for 2017-2022, A Capital Commitment, we heard from more than 4,500 students, parents, educators and community members. Their ideas and feedback will guide our work as we strive to become a district of both excellence and equity—a place
The DCPS Chancellor is looking for parents to apply for his cabinet. The Stoddert PTO is looking for a parent from Stoddert to apply. As the most overcrowded school in the entire city, it is critical that Stoddert is represented in this cabinet. If you are interested, please email email@example.com. Applications must be received by June
Hardy Middle School, the middle school that students feed into after Stoddert recently selected a new principal. Click here for more information.
Please review this information on a new city-wide school-based health programs (DOH’s school nursing and DBH’s school-based mental health programs), including information on upcoming community engagement events.
Even though Stoddert is the most overcrowded school in the entire city, overcrowding is an issue that is going on all across Ward 3. The Chancellor established a working group to look into overcrowding in the schools that feed into Wilson High School, which includes Stoddert. Please take a few minutes to fill out this
All Stoddert students received DC One Card earlier this year. They must tap their DC One Card on the Metrorail faregate and Metrobus farebox when using the Metro system. Students must have fare cards (DC One Card or SmarTrip) to ride the bus or rail systems. If they do not have a working DC One Card
As you know, Hardy Middle School is in the process of selecting a new principal. (More info here.) If you are interested, please complete a brief survey telling the Hardy PTO your interests and concerns regarding Hardy Middle School and the principal selection process. Take the survey here.
All members of the Hardy MS community, including incoming families from Stoddert, are invited to a meeting at Hardy next Thursday, May 11 at 6 p.m. to discuss the process to select a new principal for our community middle school for next school year. Click here for more information and to read at letter from Natalie Gordon,
Great new for the students of Stoddert! Stoddert received its official nurse allocation from the city and the school is slotted for a 40 hour full-time nurse. Click here to read the official letter from the city..) Children’s National Medical Center is contracted through DC’s Department of Health to handle school nursing and is in the process
The following is the text of a letter from DCPS regarding inclement weather and snow days for this school year… December 19, 2016 Dear DCPS Families, As we approach the winter months, we have begun planning for inclement weather. Almost every year Washington experiences a few days of very cold, icy, or snowy weather that necessitates