The following is an update from Stoddert’s Garden Coordinator, Mr. Canada: What a year it has been in the Stoddert Garden! The leaf cutter bees arrived three days ago in time to culminate the end of a beginning increased pollinator garden presence. Our solitary bees including the Mason bees play a major role in the
Archives for June 2018
Please mark your calendars with the following dates for the beginning of school year 2018/19: New student play date, Saturday July 14th New/returning student play date, Saturday, August 18th Sneak Peak for all students to check out classrooms, meet teachers and drop supplies, Friday, August 17th. New/returning parent only meet & greet, TBD First day
The Stoddert library needs end of the year shelf help! From June 11th through June 14th, please come and help to get the Stoddert Library ready for summer! Click here to sign up for a time to help at the library. Please contact Mrs. Bowlin with any questions.
The yearbooks are finally here! If you purchased a yearbook earlier this year, it will be distributed by your child’s teacher this week. Look out for it in their backpack. Did you miss the chance to order one? No worries…it’s not too late! We have a limited number of yearbooks that will be available for
The City-Wide STEM Fair was held on Saturday, June 2nd, with elementary students from all over the District participating, including six Stoddert Wolves. The Stoddert team did an amazing job! ALL of our students received top awards in their categories. The Stoddert participants were: Engineering and Computer Science, Owen J., 3rd in the city Social
Your child’s end of the year report card will go home on Thursday, June 14th. Please look out for it in their backpack and/or green folder.
Stoddert is participating in Crayola’s marker recycling program. Color Cycle is a new program from Crayola that turns our used markers into energy/clean fuel to power vehicles, heat homes, cook meals, and more! There is a colorful box in the front lobby through the last day of school to collect old, dried up markers. What a
The PTO is sponsoring an ice cream truck (allergy free options will be on hand) a dance party in the gym and bubbles on the playground on the last day of school Friday, June 15th. Students are dismissed at 12:15. We will rotate activities so that all classes can participate before school ends at 12:15.
The following is a message from the librarian, Mrs. Bowlin… It’s the end of the school year and the Stoddert 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
The Ward 3 – Wilson Feeder Education Network is sponsoring an open forum to discuss the DCPS Chanellor Search process. Councilmember Mary Cheh and State Board of Education Member Ruth Wattenberg will be in attendance. All are welcome. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Items to be discussed include: How should the Chancellor search process be handled?