The following is information contained in a presentation by Principal Bryant on the PARCC assessment that grades 3 – 5th students at Stoddert take in the spring. PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) The partnership is a group of states which worked together to develop an assessment that replaces previous state standardized
The following is an article and video from Coach Wagner about the recent bike riding field trip for the second grade. Stoddert’s second grade students recently completed their DCPS Cornerstone unit on biking by riding a three-mile loop through Rock Creek Park. Students used the various skills that they learned from physical education class to
The following are the minutes from the Stoddert PTO Executive Board meeting on November 05, 2015 … PTO Presidents‘ Welcome and Update A big “Thank you” to everyone who helped with the Fall Festival, Book Fair, Halloween parade and various field trips. The Fall Festival is not a fund raiser but it made a bit of money again this year. We had a lot of participation from families who were at the Stoddert soccer games that were going on before
This is a special message from Mrs. Zachary, the school’s counselor, thanking those that participated and supported Stoddert’s annual Homelessness Awareness Walk for Friendship Place that took place during the Halloween parade last Thursday. The Stoddert school community raised close to $1,600.00 for Friendship Place, which provides services for homeless families in Washington, DC.
Dear Stoddert families. At approximately 8:30 this morning, a faint gas odor was detected in the kitchen. Following DCPS protocol, the DC fire department was contacted and asked to perform a safety check. During that safety check, the building was evacuated, and students lined up for morning entrance in the open field area, rather than in their
Stoddert’s community service club, #StoddertCares, is participating in SOME’s annual Shoebox Gift Drive. We are collecting donations listed below. We will decorate the shoeboxes and fill them with your generous donations. Then, we will deliver the boxes to SOME, so that homeless or poor children, women and men know that the Stoddert community cares. We NEED the following items for
Now that Halloween is behind us and you have all of that left-over candy, consider donating it to a great cause! Glover Park’s Brownie Troop 879, which it made up of Stoddert girls in the 2nd and 3rd grades, wants you to know that they will be starting their Halloween candy drive on November 2, 2015.
The following is a letter to Stoddert families from the school’s psychologist, Sara H. Tick: Dear Stoddert Families: Helping Students and Families Connect the Dots to Thrive in School and Beyond All children have the potential for greatness and success. As parents and educators, we can help them realize their vast potential — achieving their goals,
Are you interested in helping others? Do you like making a positive change? Stoddert students are invited to join the new Stoddert CARES community service club. This is an exciting new club designed to get the students at Stoddert involved in community service. The club is moderated by Stoddert teachers Kathleen Smith, Olga Artiga and Felicia
The following is a letter to Stoddert parents from Ms. Hoyt about a new art-based program at school. Dear Stoddert Families: Stoddert’s new art-based mentoring program began on Tuesday, October 13, 2015. This voluntary, after-school collaboration between The Lab School and Stoddert is called Eye to Eye, and it serves to remind students of what their