To help celebrate Pi Day on Monday, March 14th, please consider bringing in a ’round’ treat for your class! Please check with your room parent(s) and/or your teacher(s). These treats can be cookies, small pies, donuts, etc. Visit here for more information about Stoddert’s Pi Day celebration.
Archives for March 2016
The school’s biggest fundraiser of the year is coming up this Saturday, March 12th! We are looking forward to seeing all of you for this fun and festive evening! We are in need of volunteers to help make the night happen. If you are free Saturday or Sunday morning, or open to helping during the
Student Council is proud announce the beginning of or 2016 Pennies for Patients campaign, our annual fundraising efforts that support the The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This year our campaign runs March 1 – 18. Stoddert always raises over $2,000, and we know this year will be no exception. This year Stoddert has set a goal of $3,750! In the
On March 2, 2016 several Stoddert Faculty & Staff wore the iconic Dr. Seuss hat to celebrate the life and work of the illustrious writer, poet and cartoonist Theodor Seuss Geisel. Students also celebrated by eating green eggs, green cupcakes, by wearing Dr. Seuss bow ties and by listening to many of his popular stories. First grade students even held a Dr. Seuss read-a-thon!
The following are the minutes from the LSAT meeting in March 2016… Stoddert Elementary School Local School Advisory Team (LSAT) Meeting March 2, 2016 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. Mr. O’Beirne’s Classroom Attendees Administration – Bryant, Villegas Faculty/Staff Representatives –Choi, Guaraldo, O’Beirne, Moore, Stevenson, Turmail Parent Representatives –Clark, Loughlin, Oppenheimer, Russell Local Community – Fiorillo Other—Maria O’Donnell,
The Stoddert Elementary School yearbook for the 2015-16 school year is for sale. The yearbook is a hardcover, professionally printed book with 72, full-color pages and more than 800 photos. New for this year’s book is a lower price and an option to purchase the books online. Order A Book: Each book is $20 when you
The following is information from Ms. Hong on the upcoming Pi Day at Stoddert… Pi Day is coming up on March 14th. This day is to celebrate the irrational and transcendental number that is used to represent a constant. Stoddert has some great activities planned for our students, such as competing in the annual “Memorizing the Pi Digits”