DCPS #ReopenStrong Stoddert Building Checklist
Source: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/how-to-wear-cloth-face-coverings.html Masks are a critical step to help prevent people from getting and spreading COVID-19. A cloth mask offers some protection to you as well as protecting those around you. Wear a mask and take every day preventive actions in public settings and mass transportation, at events and gatherings, and anywhere you will be around other people. CDC
Please remember that school grounds are closed at this time, including the upper playground and loser basketball area. While I was on campus this week I saw evidence of skateboarding on the playground, and also noticed that one of our picnic tables has been broken. So please observe the Mayor’s school closure order.
As you may or may not know, a majority of Stoddert’s parking lot is filled with our “West Wing” (4th grade classrooms, Spanish, ELL and Science). This forces many teachers and staff to park on the street. The problem is that most teachers do not live in Zone 3 which means their cars can’t legally
A) How Can I Learn More? For more information about the Community Working Group: https://dcpsplanning.wordpress.com/category/wilson-feeder-pattern/ Materials from all of the planning meetings to-date are available here: https://drive.google.com/drive/my-drive DCPS slide deck presented at last Community Working Group meeting on March 25th: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/15wCdAJa9aWc8joRwTlsAMsDxWfJ7odRD For more information about DCPS policies, including existing boundary maps, lottery admissions and “grandfathering”
You can purchase and create yearbook ads to celebrate your child. Your ads can include pictures, quotes, favorite memories and words of congratulations/inspiration! Our yearbook coordinator was able to get an extension on the deadline for ads – the last day to purchase and create your ad is now Sunday April 11th. You can also purchase
Please enroll your children as soon as possible. https://enrolldcps.dc.gov/ New proof of residency option click here.
April 9, 2021 Dear Stoddert Families, BREAKING NEWS: SY21/22 ENROLLMENT SEASON IS HERE! Please enroll your children as soon as possible. Term 4 begins on Monday, April 19. On that day we’ll be welcoming another 150+ students back to in-person learning. Here’s some important information for those students and their families: Please screen your children at home
Many thanks to all who participated in Wednesday’s PTO meeting about Foxhall/MacArthur with representatives from DCPS. We know getting your insightful questions answered by DCPS is first and foremost on your mind. The PTO would like to be able to compile questions and to send them DCPS on behalf of the Stoddert community as a whole
My name is Jenny Engel, mom of 4th grader Macey and your yearbook coordinator. I am determined to create a yearbook for our kids to remember this year at Stoddert…whether virtual or in person…we are going to get it all covered. However, I NEED YOUR HELP! There are 2 things I am asking each parent to do
Human Rescue Alliance deck.
Beginning in 2018, the DC Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) partnered with the DC Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) to assist with verifying residency as part of the annual enrollment process for DC Public Schools and DC Public Charter Schools. Residency is determined when a person who establishes physical presence in
Stoddert’s Marathon in a Month is officially underway! Don’t forget to keep track of your miles or minutes of activity this month. All Stoddert Wolves can pick up their event t-shirt on Wednesday, April 7 on the kindergarten porch from 10-4. Please go to your grade’s assigned table (Pre-K-2 or 3-5) and tell the volunteer
Dear Stoddert Families, Happy Spring, we hope this message finds you well and you are enjoying the warmer weather. After several discussions as a school and considering health and safety for our student-athletes we will not be engaging in athletic activities for the 2020 -2021 school year. Please know that as a school, we will