International & Immigrant Heritage Day Celebration: PK-2nd grades, 9:05 am to 10:05 am: The celebration will begin with a very brief International Apparel Parade in front of the school’s entrance at 9:05am. Parents are welcome to stand on the hill by the Stoddert tree. Students will subsequently proceed to the gym where they will parade in front of their
Archives for May 2022
Fifth grade play, 6/14/22 in the gym: Two shows, one at 12:40 and one at 2:00 pm. Parents/families in fifth grade can decide which show to attend.
Enrollment for next school year: As of 5/27/22, we are 65% enrolled towards our target of 457 for school year 2021-2022. Beginning in early June, we will begin offering seats to our lottery waiting list. Remember, to enroll in the extended day program next year, families MUST first re-enroll. Please re-enroll now at https://enrolldcps.dc.gov/node/76.
Principal Rivas 5/27/22 Family Message
Principal Rivas’ 5/25/22 Mid-Week Message
Stoddert Elementary School Improvement Team (SIT): Stoddert Elementary is slated for a building addition. Please see https://sites.google.com/a/dc.gov/dcps-school-modernizations/home/stoddert-es for DCPS central office details. The Principal is responsible for assembling a School Improvement Team (SIT) to support the planning phase of this work, scheduled to occur in the school year 2022-2023. The SIT is expected to meet at least monthly
Principal Rivas 05/20/22 Family Message
These materials were presented by Stoddert ES at the May 18th PTO meeting.
Re-Enrollment Grade Level Competition Update: Grades kinder-fourth are invited to a challenge. The grade level with the highest re-enrollment rate by 5/20/22 wins a popsicle party. Kudos to everyone on our progress, let’s keep it up! Grade Percentage Re-Enrolled as of 5/13/22 (students re-enrolled/total enrollment) Kinder 72% (61/85) First 64% (35/55) Second 45% (29/65) Third 55%
We recognize that parents may provide their children with cell phones and/or smart watches for safety reasons. Therefore, we understand that students may bring their cell phones and/or smart watches to school. Students can call parents immediately upon arrival or at dismissal. Other than that, cell phones must remain turned off and away during the school day including breakfast