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.
1) Politics and Prose Book Fair and Comet Fundraiser Sunday, March 15, 2020 – 10:00am – 8:00pm Join us at Politics and Prose (5015 Connecticut Ave., NW) on Sunday, March 15th from 10am until 8pm. Whenever anyone buys a book (or anything! DVD! puzzle! birthday card!) and tells the cashier they are shopping for Stoddert,
Our students in Pre K-5 are introduced to the topic of Food Literacy as a part of an educational curriculum called Nourish. Students engage in relevant text, film, discussion, and food tasting as Taste Testers. All lessons are geared around food history or food story culminating from garden or farm to table. Food is Medicine
We would like to thank our student volunteers and parents as well as the Stoddert community who made our Fall Farmers Market a success! Our kids learn on a day to day basis garden and management skills related to plant growth and animal care along with how to run a successful market. The hens have
The hens have arrived and will need care over Thanksgiving. Stay tuned for details This week will be the last Fall Farmers Market. Please settle all IOUs.
Sometimes the gorgeous goodies for sale out front on Tuesday afternoons are just too good looking to pass up, even when we don’t have any cash on hand. Luckily for us, Mr. Canada is always willing to go the extra mile to put fresh fruits & veggies into the hands of everyone who wishes to
The Stoddert Garden continues to focus on the educational opportunities for all our students. We are solely driven to increase our knowledgebase, increase skills, and increase yield guided by an everchanging and developing ecosystem. Our curriculum involves observation, discussion, and application during our garden classes. Students will be asked to journal either in pictorial or
The Farmers Market could use volunteers who are Costco members. See Mr Canada , Garden and Market Coordinator/Teacher. Also , Students In K-2 will bring home this week a Mystery Magic Seed to plant and grow for the next 30 days. If successful, students are asked to bring their seedling to school the first week
I am a former Stoddert student (high school class of 2020) and I am currently working on my eagle scout project. I have been asked by Mr. Canada to create new benches for the garden and I, along with my Boy Scout troop, will be building 3 large hexagonal benches, one of which pictured below
This past year students from grades 2nd through 5th were enthusiastically involved in our Fall and Spring Farmer’s Market benefiting in so many ways including customer service, product identification, marketing, and sales. Our In- House Composting and Recycling Programs where students learn the importance of how we all can benefit from reusable products lessening the