One of the goals of the Poetry Committee was to compose an E-book of student poems from this year’s Poetry Contest. By following this link, families can access the book online and download to personal electronic devices. You they can download a PDF version here.
At long last, our yearbooks have arrived! Copies of the yearbook will be made available to each class based on the pre-orders received. Each delivery will include a roster of individuals/students marked PAID. If parents did not pre-order a copy of the yearbook, copies will be made available for sale on a first-come-first-serve basis on
The following is a message from Mrs. Bowling, our school librarian… It’s the end of the school year and the library still has a number of books that have not been returned. Please check your homes including under the beds and all “nooks and crannies” and return to the library ASAP. If the book(s) cannot be
Stoddert garden is going through extensive renovations over the summer months beginning with the implementation of new raised garden boxes, an additional circular garden for our students, and increase in foliage to attract our pollinator friends. Both garden entrances are closed over the summer, a combination lock will be placed this week on the front gate
Fillmore Arts Camp, in its 39th year, has a few spaces in its FIRST Session June 19 – July 7 and more spaces available in its SECOND Session for AGES 6 – 14. Fillmore offers a full day program (9:00 AM-3:45 PM) of visual and performing arts classes, as well as sports and a general swim time at
Stoddert was well-represented among the winners at the recent City-Wide STEM Fair, held on Saturday, June 3rd. All of our participating students landed in the top 3 places in their respective categories: William S. – 2nd place, Microbiology Vincenzo S. – 3rd place, Medical & Health Science Josie S. – 2nd place, Zoology Marek R. – 2nd place, Environmental
Please review this information on a new city-wide school-based health programs (DOH’s school nursing and DBH’s school-based mental health programs), including information on upcoming community engagement events.
The following is a letter to Stoddert’s overcrowding committee from DC’s Deputy Mayor for Education. The committee has sent repeated letters to DCPS, the Deputy Mayor and our elected offices asking for a plan to alleviate overcrowding at Stoddert. Hi Ms. Smith – I wanted to circle back around and thank you for your message
Please turn in your Box Tops to the collection box on the table at the front entrance of school by Monday, June 5th. Please cut your Tops and place them in a Ziplock bag and check for expired Tops. Each Box Top is worth $0.05 and the money goes towards the Student Activity Fund. Box
The last coffee with Principal Bryant for the year will be on Thursday, June 8th at 8:30am in the library. This event was originally scheduled for Friday, but we need to move it to Thursday. Click here for more info.