A big thank you to the families who are already allowing our teachers to use your DC Visitor Parking Pass. We are still in need of five more Visitor Parking Passes, so if you can spare yours for the remainder of the school year, please bring it to the Stoddert office. Remember, you can apply for
If you are able to donate a DC visitor parking pass for Stoddert’s faculty, please consider donating. The school is need of a few more passes as many are expiring at the end of the month. Because of the trailers in the school parking lot, the staff is forced to park on the street and
As you know the nursing schedule at Stoddet has dramatically changed this year. Please see the Stoddert PTO’s letter regarding the reduction in school nursing coverage across DCPS. The Washington Teachers Union and the DC Nurses Association is circulating a petition supporting fulltime nursing in every DC school. You can access the petition here.
As you know, your child will be given a DC One card. (More information about the cards here.) Once your child received his or her card, here are the steps to register your new DC One Card: Students must have a valid email address (No sharing) Visit the DC One Card Website: www.dconecard.dc.gov/manage Click Register Fill
The following is a letter from the Stoddert PTO that was sent to city officials and DCPS regarding the recent nursing changes and reductions in nursing coverage going on at Stoddert… Dear DC Official, On September 30, 2016, DCPS families received a memo from the DCPS Office of Family and Public Engagement (OFPE) with the subject line “School
All of the students at Stoddert will receive a DC One card. The cards will be administered through the school and processed over the next few weeks. The cards will give the students access to city facilities and programs, including public schools, recreation centers, libraries and the Metro. The cards will be valid for 5 years.
This is a friendly reminder that dogs are not permitted on Stoddert’s school grounds. This includes keeping dogs off of the baseball field, the playgrounds and the area in and around the garden. Additionally, please share this information with your Glover Park neighbors who may be using the field and school grounds with their dog.
Stoddert’s information laboratory is in need of parent volunteers to help tidy up the lab and keep it clean. With 440 students in and out of the lab each week, its in need of care and attention. Ms. Thompson could use a few volunteers every two weeks to help mass clean the computers and wipe the
This is a special notice to all Stoddert families, students and community members reminding everyone to be safe through the streets of Glover Park, especially along Calvert Street in front of the school in the mornings and afternoons. A few specific reminders: Please do not make U-turns along Calvert street at any point. It is unsafe for people
Stoddert is operating on a shortened schedule for our school nurse. Nurse Poindexter will be at Stoddert on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Because of a nursing shortage throughout DCPS, she will be at other schools in the city on the other days. Additional staff at Stoddert are trained to administer care and medication during the days when