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
Greetings Stoddert Parents & Guardians! We hope you all were able to get out and enjoy the gorgeous DC weather over the long holiday weekend. We look forward to seeing you next Thursday night, September 12th at Back to School Night and the PTO Meeting. Come to stock up on Stoddert swag, learn more about
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
All parents and caregivers who drive their children to school are asked to please review and respect the rules and guidelines outlined the Driving Code Of Conduct Map & Procedures. Stoddert ES is an urban designed school in the heart of a very busy residential neighborhood. It is critical that all parents and drivers abide by
Fillmore Art Center keeps separate lost-and-found bins for each of its three member schools (Stoddert, Key, Ross). If you’re looking to recover something your child has lost, it is best to go to Fillmore (on the third floor of Hardy Middle School) and check in with the staff there to look in the bins. Clothing left
Our teachers and staff need your DC visitor’s parking passes! Because of the trailers located in the school parking lot, the staff is forced to park on the street and are subject to time limits and parking tickets. All visitor parking passes that our teachers have been using since the fall expired on December 31, 2017. We are kindly
Our new school crossing guard, Ms. Nae, started this week at the intersection of Calvert and 40th streets. Please say “hello” when you see her! She was sent to Stoddert, because DCPS and the DC Department of Transportation recognized this as a dangerous intersection with many walkers, Metro buses and cars passing through each morning and afternoon.
There are yellow jacket hives burrowed under several of the plants in the large rectangular planter at the front entrance of school. Please helps us keep the children out of the planters to avoid disrupting the hives and releasing swarms of bees.
The following is a letter from DCPS on water quality at Stoddert…. Dear Parents and Families: Throughout the course of the year, DC Public Schools (DCPS) and the DC Department of General Services (DGS) partner to coordinate lead testing of drinking water sources within all schools. On November 10, 2017, annual testing took place at
Welcome to our new, full time school nurse! If you are in the school, please be sure to say “hello” to Nurse Carlson. We are very happy to have Nurse Carlson and very thankful to the PTO, parents, school administration and City Council Member Mary Cheh for helping to bring a full time nurse to