Now is the time to re-enroll your student for next school year (2018/19). If you don’t re-enroll now, the result would be a more overcrowded school in the fall. It is important that Stoddert students re-enroll as soon as possible so that the school can plan classes and buy supplies for next year. The
April is National Poetry Month and Stoddert will be celebrating all month long with different activities and events. Please see the schedule and encourage your child to take part: Poetry Contest For: Pre-K-2nd , 3rd – 5th Details: All submissions to the library by April 23rd Poetry Making Station For: All grades When: April 18th,
Are you still undecided on middle school? You are invited to meet Hardy MS Principal Lucas Cooke and learn about the great things happening at Hardy. Thursday, April 12, 6:30 p.m. Hardy MS Library, 1819 35th Street N.W. http://hardyms.org/ Hardy MS Principal Cooke will host an event for feeder school families who are deciding on middle
Politics and Prose Book Fair/Comet Event The Politics and Prose book fair on March 18 was a success, with a great turnout from the Stoddert community! Business from Stoddert families to Politics and Prose and neighboring pizza place Comet Ping Pong generated more than $1,000 for Stoddert! We were also able give sixteen new books
Show your Wolfpack pride and help 3 – 5th grades get ready for testing! (Click here to see this year’s testing schedule.) Sponsored by the student council, Stoddert’s spirit days will be Wednesday, April 4th through Tuesday, April 10th. Here is a schedule of events: Wednesday, April 4: Pajama Day…. make sure you have good shoes
5-7-5! Create your own Haiku and enter to win prizes! In celebration of this year’s auction party, the PTO is hosting a haiku contest. Click here for more information about the auction and to purchase tickets. Entries will be divided into adults and students. Student are divided by 2 age groups, PreK-2 and 3-5.
Registration is now open for the Spring 2018 session of morning and after school clubs! Clubs starts the week of April 2nd. Registration closes on April 13th. Click here to see all class offerings and to register for clubs.
DCPS has released the final calendar for 2018-19. Click here to see the final version of the 2018-19 traditional school year calendar.
Dear Stoddert Community, We have exciting news to share. Mayor Bowser took the first step in alleviating overcrowding at Stoddert by including funding for an addition to the school in 2024. As you know, Stoddert is the city’s most crowded school at 137% over capacity. Mayor Bowser released the fiscal year 2019 budget on March
The following is an update from our garden coordinator, Mr. Canada… It was another exciting and busy week inside of the student garden classroom. Students are spending time (5th grade) germinating seeds for our upcoming garden season. Our 4th grade classes watch the documentary on Food Waste. Students will work on a school wide project