View Our 3/2/2021 PTA Meeting Reopening Plan Presentation
Recording of PTA Meeting
Congratulations Stedwick 5th Grade Class of 2020!
Students in Mary Ruth McGinn's third grade class spent the year learning how to play the ukulele and creating original music and poetry. Click on this link to find out more about it!
Our very own third grade teacher Mary Ruth McGinn, was presented with a community service award from the Montgomery Village Foundation! Click here to see the award!
Our Stedwick Stars continue to shine brightly! Congratulations to former Stedwick student, Andre Tulloch, on receiving a full scholarship to the University of Rochester from the Posse Foundation. Your hard work and effort really paid off. We are so proud of you! Click here to read the press release!
One Final Shot
Mrs. Lynch's 1st graders and Mr. Racosky's 4th graders collaborated on another hockey movie. Check it out here!
Mrs. Lynch's 1st graders and Mr. Racosky's 4th graders collaborated on a movie. Check it out here!
Check out the video from Mrs. Nwoye's 4th graders (2015-2016 school year!)
THE LIE . . . Students from the fourth grade class of teacher Melinda Nwoye at Stedwick Elementary School in Gaithersburg helped the Montgomery County Council on Dec. 13 recognize the annual celebration of Human Rights Day by showing the video they created called “The Lie.” The video features students of various races and nationalities stressing that people of all nationalities should respect each other and that they are not different just because of their heritage. Council members Roger Berliner and Craig Rice led the ceremonies in Rockville, which were also joined by James Stowe, the director of the County’s Office of Human Rights, and Stedwick Principal Margaret Pastor.
A group of 5th graders performed at a TedXMidAtlantic convention recently!
Check out their performance which starts at minute 57!
Stedwick educator Jonathan Rivera started a "Society of Extraordinary Gentlemen" club for our fifth grade boys. Check out this video from their graduation ceremony!
Click here to watch Ms. McGinn's third grade students perform their original opera at the Kennedy Center!