Attention all 5th grade parents! Announcing the 2018 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge! The 2018 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge is the premier national science competition for students in grades 5 through 8. Over the past ten years, winners have gone on to speak in front of members of Congress, work with the
The Extended Day Program (EDP) is hosting after school programs during the winter season. All students at Stoddert are now permitted to enroll in after school clubs, except when otherwise noted. Classes include coding, sewing, yoga, ballet and much more. Please note, any students who are not enrolled with EDP must meet the teacher of
We wanted to call your attention to DC City Councilmember Mary Cheh’s recent op-ed in regards to the future of overcrowding in DC public schools and the Old Hardy School in Ward 3. Viewpoint: Council isn’t ready to act on old Hardy School lease As a bit of background here, is the original article on
Please look through the lost and found collection at the front entrance of school by Thursday, December 21st. We have many winter coats, hats, and other items that we know your children have misplaced. Any unclaimed items will be donated to charity on Friday, December 22nd.
Stoddert hosted its second-annual technology and S.E.M. expo to introduce parents to the technology and enrichment learning going on in the classroom at Stoddert. Parents with their children were invited to learn and explore the various programs in math, science, reading and so much more. They were also able to see some of the projects the
The following is an open letter to all Stoddert parents from PTO co-presidents… Dear Stoddert Families, There is a strong culture of parent volunteerism at Stoddert. Our active parent community is just part of “the Stoddert way.” This is undoubtably one of the contributing factors to the success of the entire school. Parents – through
Starting next winter, DC will be issuing “report cards” for each school. By federal law, the report card must contain information on how the schools is performing on a set of required indicators, including test scores, attendance, re-enrollment, high school graduation and more. In addition, the report card can report other information, such as material that may be of
A petition to ask Congress to keep the DCTAG program is circulating. The DC Tuition Assistance Grant (DCTAG) gives grants up to $10,000 to cover the cost difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition for DC residents at any state college in the country. This program helps thousands of DC low- and middle-income students afford college. However,
Our new school crossing guard, Ms. Nae, started this week at the intersection of Calvert and 40th streets. Please say “hello” when you see her! She was sent to Stoddert, because DCPS and the DC Department of Transportation recognized this as a dangerous intersection with many walkers, Metro buses and cars passing through each morning and afternoon.
Our very own Principal Bryant has been awarded the Rubenstein Award for Excellence in Leadership. Only 29 teachers, administrators, staff, and schools across the city were named winners for their dedication and excellence by DCPS. The awardees will be honored at the annual Standing Ovation for DC Public Schools event in February hosted by the