Calling All Stoddert Students! We want you to design the cover for the 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 of
Please turn in any Box Tops that you have collected by Monday, October 30th. We will be sending in our fall submission. Box Tops are those hot pink little rectangles that you can find on 100’s of grocery items and office supplies. Look for them on popular products like Ziploc bags, Avery office supplies, General
Stoddert’s Student Council is sponsoring Trick or Treat for UNICEF again this year. By collecting donations while trick or treating, students have the chance to make a difference in the lives of children around the world. $1 can provide a classroom with pencils, while $55 can provide food for a malnourished child. Students will be provided
The school’s volunteer club, Stoddert CARES, will be holding a winter coat drive to benefit the local DC homeless population in coordination with Thrive DC. We are looking for donations for warm winter outerwear for men, women and children. Thrive DC will accept new and used coats, hats, scarves, and gloves. Please make sure these items
Please save the date for Stoddert’s first annual fall hike to be held Saturday, November 18th at 9am. All students, staff, and their families are invited to join us for a morning hike in Rock Creek Park. More information about this event here.
Stoddert students visit the Science Activity Lab every two weeks, visiting the outdoor garden classroom on alternate weeks. In the lab, science teacher Julie Schneider leads students in a variety of hands-on, inquiry-based lessons, aligned with DCPS science standards. While DCPS standards are based on the widely-accepted Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), DCPS is still
The following is an update to our community on the insufficient nursing coverage that is currently going on at Stoddert. The PTO has been very active and vocal in pressing DCPS, the City Council, the Department of Health and the Mayor and advocating for adequate nursing coverage for all students across the entire city. Based on Stoddert students’ health information, the
The Stoddert Family Directory for 2017-18 school year is here! You can access the directory by family and by classroom right here on the family directory page. These documents are password protected. If you do not know the password, please email email@example.com. The directory is great for arranging playdates, parties and just getting to know
According to DCPS policy, parents no longer receive notices if there is an outbreak of lice in classrooms. Please be aware that lice is a fairly common occurrence at even the best schools in DC. Take the time to check your child’s hair before baths, especially near ears and nape of the neck. You may
Please look through the lost and found collection at the front entrance of school by Monday, October 23rd. Any unclaimed items will be donated to charity.