November 25, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, This week’s update is brief, but includes a very important request – so please read carefully. DCPS is prioritizing the building and strengthening of trusting relationships during this unprecedented time, including creating spaces for collaboration to do what is best and right to reopen safe and strong. Accordingly, this
Archives for November 2020
Click URL or copy and paste into your browser: https://bit.ly/PKto5survey ***PLEASE NOTE: AS OF SUNDAY MORNING 11/29/20 ONE OF THE SURVEYS DCPS ASKED PRINCIPAL BRYANT TO SHARE WITH STODDERT FAMILIES CONTINUES TO BE NONFUNCTIONAL WHILE THE SECOND SURVEY PURPORTED BY DCPS TO BE IN SPANISH BUT IN FACT IS ACTUALLY IN ENGLISH SEEMS TO BE FUNCTIONAL.
The big question amongst Stoddert parents year after year is: What are you going to do for middle school? This topic will make its way into every fourth and fifth grade parents’ conversation this year and if you haven’t started thinking about it, now is the time! While we can’t answer what school will be
November 20, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, I’ll begin this update by sharing good news. Stoddert was recently recognized by DCPS for significantly increasing our LOVED index over the past three years. The LOVED index measures students’ perceptions of positive experiences at their school. Our index increase places us in the top five of all DCPS
November 13, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, It was great seeing you at this week’s PTO meeting. We look forward to seeing you again at our next Roundtable Discussion, which is scheduled for Wednesday, December 2nd at 2:00 p.m. Our staff members have identified successes and lessons learned from Term 1 of distance learning – and
Greetings parent(s)/guardian(s): This has been a fall term like no other. Distance learning has presented numerous challenges for students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Some of these challenges relate to our weekly subjects commonly referred to as “Specials”, e.g. PE/Health, Science Lab/Garden, STEM, Art, Music. The teachers responsible for these “Specials” have been posting asynchronous lessons
Stoddert’s new medical technicians, Sarah, Tochi and Obi will conduct daily temperature checks and ask COVID screening questions to every person who enters Stoddert, regardless of age, reason, and/or length time spent in the school building.
Nurse Carlson has moved on to AU. Though we will certainly miss her, it is our pleasure to introduce you to the following medical team: Grace Madikaegbu – Grace is Student Health Technician and has been with Children’s School Services for about three years. Grace has worked throughout DC in many different types of schools including PCS
November 6, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, Although DCPS is no longer planning to offer In-Person Learning (IPL) beginning November 9, the district is committed to providing at least one CARE classroom at each elementary school and education campus, beginning on Wednesday, November 18. It’s very important for Stoddert families to clearly understand how a CARE