PARCC testing is almost over and it is time to celebrate! The 3rd through 5th graders will be having a BBQ on Thursday, June 1st from 1 – 3pm on the playground. Each student should bring one item from the following list: Ms. Prosser & Mrs. Turmail Boys: Cookies or fruit Mrs. Marquez & Mrs. Turmail Girls: Chips
The chickens are here! We are all very excited to have the chickens back this spring in the garden. A reminder that if you visit the garden and/or the chickens after school or over the weekend, please leave everything as you found it — including making sure that the garden gates are closed and latched.
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.
The proofs for pictures taken in the spring are available for review and purchase. Go to: vosphoto.com/spring to access your photos. You’ll need your child’s student ID number to view the photos. (If you don’t know your student ID number, you can get it the main office.) Use your student ID to login in and also as the online
It’s not too early to think about next year. At the May 24th General PTO meeting, we will be voting on any vacant PTO Executive Board positions. We are still looking for people interested in being on the board. We are also looking for volunteers to lead key event committees. Events will only happen if
The Overcrowding Committee sent this letter Deputy Mayor Niles thanking her for visiting Stoddert last week and requesting the status of a plan to alleviate overcrowding at Stoddert. If you were able to attend the meeting, or not, please consider sending your own letter to the Deputy Mayor and voice your concerns about the lack
The following information was sent by Ruth Wattenburg, Ward 3’s representative to the State Board of Education in DC…. Mayor’s below-inflation budget proposal is unsustainable for our schools Unless the City Council intervenes in a big way, our schools will be badly hurt by the Mayor’s proposed education budget. This will be the third straight
The following is a letter to DC’s Deputy Mayor for Education, Jennifer Niles from the PTO’s Overcrowding Committee… May 11, 2017 Dear Deputy Mayor Niles, Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to attend the Glover Park Citizens’ Association Meeting on May 2, 2016, at Stoddert Elementary School. The Stoddert community was
The Friday, May 12th coffee meeting with Principal Bryant has been canceled. The next coffee meeting will be June 9th.