School closures due to inclement weather such as snow and ice are made by DCPS. Please read DCPS Inclement Weather Guidance to learn how you and your family can stay up to date on the opening/operating status of Stoddert in the face of inclement weather. DCPS Inclement Weather Guidance can be found here.
2020-2023 Calendar Proposals Based on stakeholder feedback, DCPS has shifted to a three-year calendar planning process. Our hope is that this will better serve the needs of students, staff and families. DCPS will continue to set the last Monday in August as the first day of school for students for the next three consecutive school years
Principal Bryant’s November 25, 19 STAR Framework Statement
Upcoming Events: We’ve got a lot of great events lined up throughout the year, but here are two that are coming up soon. Be sure to check out the Stoddert Calendar often; better yet, subscribe to it to stay up-to-date! Hispanic Heritage Assembly – October 4th, in the morning: If any parent or family is
Dear Stoddert Families, Hardy Middle School just down Wisconsin Avenue is where many of our children will matriculate after completing their studies at Benjamin Stoddert Elementary. Athletic teams at Hardy are currently challenged with having to travel more than an hour for games when Jelleff field, a public space, is just footsteps away across the
Stoddet PTO Co-Presidents’ Welcome Letter
Friday, December 7, 2018 Dear Stoddert Family: OSSE is scheduled to release the new DC School Report Card today, which will give DC families a look into all public schools in the District. The report card will include each school’s rating on the School Transparency and Reporting (STAR) Framework. The STAR Framework
Classroom Assignment Mailings for School Year 2018-19 were sent out by the Stoddert Elementary School Office at the end of last week. The office wants all families to understand that the this year’s delay was caused primarily by problems with the system wide information technology system used by DC Public Schools to manage student information.
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 email@example.com. Items to be discussed include: How should the Chancellor search process be handled?
DC Public Schools (DCPS) Leadership is looking for parents and community members to serve on advisory boards to advise and guide the implementation of policies and initiatives over the 2018-2019 School Year. Candidates will be evaluated on their ability to exhibit a strong connection to DCPS, a thoughtful approach to issues of equity and diversity,