In the afternoon on Friday 3/13/20 DCPS wrote, “DCPS will take its Spring Break for students and teachers March 17-23, with distance learning taking place the week of March 24-31. The DCPS Office of Teaching and Learning has developed learning plans for students in each grade level (PK-8) and graduation requirement course (9-12) which are
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.
March 15, 2019 – 10:00am – 8:00pm Our Politics and Prose Book Fair is still on but understanding the concerns about the COVID-19, if you don’t want to come in person, this year Politics and Prose is making it possible for everyone to support Stoddert through online purchases made that day! See below for details.
A) Stoddert Specific Updates: Going forward Stoddert Communications will use //www.stoddert.org/ and the email blasts you’ve been receiving to attempt keep you up to date on all Stoddert-specific coronavirus updates from DCPS and Principal Bryant. If you subscribe to the Chalkboard, our weekly Sunday email blast, you will also receive all email blasts from Stoddert Communications. B) Districtwide Updates: For DCPS coronavirus updates impacting
“In our ongoing efforts to address community health risks and ensure the continuity of learning for our students, DCPS will follow an updated schedule between March 16 and March 31:” “Monday, March 16 — Teachers and staff will report to school to plan for distance learning. No school for students.” “Tuesday, March 17 to Monday,
In accordance with the DCHealth and DCPS coronavirus response recommendations, Town Hall at Stoddert will be suspended until further notice. During inclement weather when indoor lineup is required, the indoor lineup shall proceed as follows: Students in 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 5th grade will report directly to their classrooms on indoor lineup days. Students in 3rd grade and
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,
No School for Students Monday 3/16The March 11th DCPS coronavirus updates include the following guidance: “The scheduled Professional Development Day for teachers on Friday, March 20 will now take place on Monday, March 16. Schools will be closed for students on Monday, 3/16 with classes resuming for the rest of the week. Students will no longer have
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“The scheduled Professional Development Day for teachers on Friday, March 20 will now take place on Monday, March 16. Schools will be closed for students on Monday, 3/16 with classes resuming for the rest of the week. Students will no longer have the day off on Friday 3/20. ” Please click here to read the