Please join us for a meeting of the Local School Advisory Team (LSAT) this Wednesday, December 18th from 4:30-5:30 at Stoddert. We will explore the LSAT’s advisory role on issues of school priorities and budgeting. Principal Bryant will discuss the budget process and Stoddert’s Comprehensive School Plan. This is will be a great introduction for upcoming
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
Enrollment for after school clubs is now open to all Stoddert students including students not enrolled in the Stoddert Extended Day Program (“non-EDP students”). *All non-EDP students MUST follow the rules below to take part in clubs. Registration will close on Sept.27th, 2019 at 5:00pm EST. RULES FOR NON-EDP STUDENTS: Students must be supervised at
On Friday, February 8, 2019 a yellow Notice of Intent to Return 2019 – 2020 School Year form went home in all student folders. All parents/guardians who intend to enroll their current Stoddert student(s) at Stoddert next school year must submit this form to the Stoddert main office of this by Friday February 15, 2019. Kindly Note: This form
To ease morning drop-off congestion in the courtyard in front of the main entrance to the school Principal Bryant has relocated 3rd grade lineup to the gym starting tomorrow Wednesday August 22, 2018. 3rd graders should proceed to the gym for line up until further notice.
Dear Stoddert Community, We have exciting news to share. Mayor Bowser took the first step in alleviating overcrowding at Stoddert by including funding for an addition to the school in 2024. As you know, Stoddert is the city’s most crowded school at 137% over capacity. Mayor Bowser released the fiscal year 2019 budget on March
We wanted to call your attention to DC City Councilmember Mary Cheh’s recent op-ed in regards to the future of overcrowding in DC public schools and the Old Hardy School in Ward 3. Viewpoint: Council isn’t ready to act on old Hardy School lease As a bit of background here, is the original article on
We wanted to call your attention to this article in the Washington City Paper on overcrowding in Ward 3. As you know, Stoddert is the most overcrowded school in the entire city and our PTO continues to advocate with DCPS for a plan to address Stoddert. Will D.C. Look At Old School House to Ease Overcrowding?
The DCPS Chancellor is looking for parents to apply for his cabinet. The Stoddert PTO is looking for a parent from Stoddert to apply. As the most overcrowded school in the entire city, it is critical that Stoddert is represented in this cabinet. If you are interested, please email email@example.com. Applications must be received by June
The following is a letter to Stoddert’s overcrowding committee from DC’s Deputy Mayor for Education. The committee has sent repeated letters to DCPS, the Deputy Mayor and our elected offices asking for a plan to alleviate overcrowding at Stoddert. Hi Ms. Smith – I wanted to circle back around and thank you for your message