Please remember that school grounds are closed at this time, including the upper playground and loser basketball area. While I was on campus this week I saw evidence of skateboarding on the playground, and also noticed that one of our picnic tables has been broken. So please observe the Mayor’s school closure order.
As you may or may not know, a majority of Stoddert’s parking lot is filled with our “West Wing” (4th grade classrooms, Spanish, ELL and Science). This forces many teachers and staff to park on the street. The problem is that most teachers do not live in Zone 3 which means their cars can’t legally
The Stoddert staff, in cooperation with our Reopening Community Corps (RCC), continues to work hard as we prepare for Term 3, which will begin on February 1. RCC met last week, and made the decision to change the date of next week’s virtual Back to School Night to THURSDAY, 1/28/21 starting at 6:30 p.m. All families
The Virtual Stoddert Book Fair is closing on January 31st. Don’t miss out on this useful way to support the Stoddert PTO.
Support the Stoddert PTO AND Glover Park restaurant Arcuri with take-out pizza and Italian food! On Thursday January 28th, between 5:30-8:30pm, Arcuri will donate 15% of all orders to the Stoddert PTO for both pick-up and delivery orders. When you place your order, be sure to tell them you are ordering for the Stoddert pizza
January 22, 2021 Dear Stoddert Families, The Stoddert staff, in cooperation with our Reopening Community Corps (RCC), continues to work hard as we prepare for Term 3, which will begin on February 1. RCC met last night, and made the decision to change the date of next week’s virtual Back to School Night to THURSDAY, 1/28/21
January 15, 2021 Dear Stoddert Families, I hope this message finds you well, and I sincerely thank you for all you’re doing for your children during these challenging times. The following information about DCSP operating status for next week was released to principals yesterday: Monday, 1/18 Holiday – no school for students and staff. Buildings
January 8, 2021 Dear Stoddert Families, I hope you were able to have a safe and enjoyable winter break. As we enter 2021 we’re making plans to bring more students back on campus for in-person learning when Term 3 begins in February. This weekly communication includes details about that, but first I want to share
The Jelleff Recreation Center is scheduled to undergo a major renovation. Perkins Eastman has been hired to run a Feasibility Study to understand how the community uses the Center and what improvements we would like to see from the renovation. Meeting rooms? A gym? Please click on the link below to fill out the survey, which will take you
We know that this year has looked different in many ways, including more time spent at home. This is the perfect time to practice your act for the talent show! This year Stoddert’s annual Talent Show will be held virtually during Town Hall. If you would like to participate, submit a video to your grade
https://tinyurl.com/StoddertBooksThe Annual Stoddert Book Fair has been extended to run through January 2021! Click this link to access the Online Book Store. The store will be open through January 31, 2021. Purchase your holiday gifts, books from teacher wish lists, educational games, fun items and more. 15% of all purchases will be donated to Stoddert! Family
December 22, 2020 Dear Stoddert Community, As we wrap up 2020 and the first half of an unforgettable school year, we wanted to take a moment to express our gratitude for all of those moments of kindness, perseverance, resilience and love that have helped our community move forward, and even thrive, in these trying times.