Stoddert’s community service club, #StoddertCares, is participating in SOME’s annual Shoebox Gift Drive. We are collecting donations listed below. We will decorate the shoeboxes and fill them with your generous donations. Then, we will deliver the boxes to SOME, so that homeless or poor children, women and men know that the Stoddert community cares. We NEED the following items for
Now that Halloween is behind us and you have all of that left-over candy, consider donating it to a great cause! Glover Park’s Brownie Troop 879, which it made up of Stoddert girls in the 2nd and 3rd grades, wants you to know that they will be starting their Halloween candy drive on November 2, 2015.
The following message along with a collection box went home in the children’s folders. Dear Parent or Guardian, The fall, your child’s class has been learning about the power we have to save lives and help kids around the word – children who need food, clean water or medicine, or have been caught in natural
The annual Book Fair at Stoddert is coming up. It will be in the lobby from October 19 – 23, 2015. This event couldn’t happen without volunteers to help sell the books. Sign up here to take one of the many one-hour shifts during the week.
During the 2015/2016 school year, when DC Public Schools (DCPS) conducts full-day closures for staff development, DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) offers Fun Day Camp – a single-day program offering fun and enriching activities (such as sports activities, arts and crafts, and more) for children, ages 6–12 years old. Fun Day Camp is free,
Has your little one outgrown his or her pirate costume from a few Halloweens ago? How about that too short tutu at the bottom of the dress up bin? The Stoddert Pre-K class is collecting gently worn costumes and dress-up items for our the school’s Fall Festival Costume Shop! Look for the costume donation bin outside of the Pre-K
The Fall Festival committee (Lisa Bradburn and Kathryn Matto) need your help with the set up and clean up for the event on October 17th. Click here to sign up for a time to help out. We are looking forward to celebrating the season with the Stoddert community!
Artist Mary Beth Bowen will visit Stoddert’s fourth grade classrooms on Wednesday, September 30th to conduct anti-bullying workshops. Bullying is a crucial topic for schools. In this 55-minute workshop, students will gain a deeper understanding of how to prevent bullying by acting out a script about the topic. Guided by Ms. Bowen, they will discuss their thoughts and
Revolution Cycles is partnering with DDOT, the District of Columbia Public Schools and Diamondback Bicycles to provide bikes for the DCPS second grade physical education program. The learning to ride curriculum will be a part of the new Cornerstones program that DCPS is implementing this fall. There are close to 900 additional bicycles that need to
The garden at Stoddert needs your help with chicken care and with watering. Visit the volunteer page to sign up for a time to help out the garden.