April 10, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, I hope this message finds you well. I’m working from home most days and making occasional trips to Stoddert to receive important deliveries and distribute learning packets. After having me around the house for three weeks, I think Mrs. Bryant wishes I would spend more time at Stoddert! In
A: Your Child’s Grade and Classroom: Your primary resource for daily distance learning updates is you classroom teacher. Each classroom teacher establishes his/her own communications schedules and policies for group and one on one real time learning. Starting April 6 your primary distance learning portal will be Microsoft Office 365 which is free through Clever.
March 30, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, Learning packets for Weeks 2 and 3 will be available for pickup on Tuesday, March 31 and Wednesday, April 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The learning packets will be placed on clearly marked tables immediately inside the Stoddert main entrance. You are not required to sign in
March 30, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, Welcome to another week of distance learning. I hope all of you are well and are following the recommended health guidelines. I’m doing my best to self-isolate, and will be working from home for most of this week. One of my former colleagues in Florida recently posted a great
March 24, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, On behalf of all Stoddert teachers and staff members: IT’S GREAT TO HAVE OUR STUDENTS BACK IN SCHOOL TODAY!! Our teachers and staff members are working incredibly hard to plan and facilitate virtual learning experiences as well as old-fashioned hard copy learning experiences for our students. We realize that
March 23, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, I need to start this message with a huge THANK YOU to all of you. I am fully aware that, as we move into the Distance Learning window, you will bear the major responsibility of engaging your children in learning. Your children’s teachers will be as helpful and supportive
March 16, 2020 Dear Stoddert Families, Stoddert teachers are working hard today to plan for continuity of learning while school is not in session after Spring Break. They will all be communicating regularly, and will be available to engage with your children for four hours each day, starting on Tuesday, March 24th. It is important
1) Updated Schedule for ALL DCPS Schools Emailed by Chancellor Ferebee This Morning “March 13, 2020 Dear DC Public Schools Students and Families: On March 11, 2020, in order to provide additional coordination for the District’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), Mayor Muriel Bowser declared both a state of emergency and a public health emergency.
March 15, 2019 – 10:00am – 8:00pm Our Politics and Prose Book Fair is still on but understanding the concerns about the COVID-19, if you don’t want to come in person, this year Politics and Prose is making it possible for everyone to support Stoddert through online purchases made that day! See below for details.
A) Stoddert Specific Updates: Going forward Stoddert Communications will use //www.stoddert.org/ and the email blasts you’ve been receiving to attempt keep you up to date on all Stoddert-specific coronavirus updates from DCPS and Principal Bryant. If you subscribe to the Chalkboard, our weekly Sunday email blast, you will also receive all email blasts from Stoddert Communications. B) Districtwide Updates: For DCPS coronavirus updates impacting