• On Wednesday, May 6, State Superintendent of Education Dr. Karen Salmon announced that all Maryland public schools will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. A letter from CEO Dr. Monica Goldson is forthcoming with more information.

    El miércoles, 6 de mayo, la Dra. Karen Salmon, superintendente de educación del estado, anunció que todas las escuelas públicas de Maryland permanecerán cerradas por el resto del año escolar 2019-20. Próximamente se enviará una carta de la Dra. Monica Goldson, directora ejecutiva, con más información.

    Le mercredi 6 mai, la Surintendante de l'éducation de l’État, Dr Karen Salmon, a annoncé que toutes les écoles publiques du Maryland resteront fermées pour le reste de l’année scolaire 2019-2020. Une lettre de la Directrice exécutive, Dr Monica Goldson, suivra avec plus d'informations.

  • News Release: PGCPS Expands Sites for Free Student Meal Pickups, Adding Breakfast and Snacks

    News Release: PGCPS Expands Sites for Free Student Meal Pickups, Adding Breakfast and Snacks

    March 16, 2020
    For Immediate Release
    Office of Communications

    Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) has expanded the number of sites available to students for “grab and go” meals during the statewide public school temporary closings.

    Starting Tuesday, March 17, a total of 25 schools will offer breakfast, lunch and a snack on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Last week, PGCPS announced nine locations to serve as sites for lunch through Friday, March 27.  All Maryland public schools are closed as part of efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). 

    “Expanding the number of meal sites will allow us to reach more communities that serve some of our most vulnerable families,” said Dr. Monica Goldson, Chief Executive Officer. “The PGCPS family is at our best when we come together as a village for our students.”

    Dr. Goldson announced the expanded locations in a letter today to families and community members. School system staff will be on hand to distribute the meals in the cafeteria or parking lot depending on the weather. Students may pick up all three meals, which may include cold cereal, a sack lunch, fruit and milk, in one visit. Parents and guardians are not required to accompany students; meals will not be served to adults and adults may not pick up meals for children. Student IDs are not required. Additional sites may be added depending on the demand.

    The list of sites is below:
    Andrew Jackson Academy, 3500 Regency Parkway, Forestville
    Benjamin Tasker Middle School, 4901 Collington Road, Bowie
    Buck Lodge Middle School, 2611 Buck Lodge Road, Adelphi
    Carmody Hills Elementary, 401 Jadeleaf Ave., Capitol Heights
    District Heights Elementary, 2200 County Road, District Heights
    Drew-Freeman Middle School, 2600 Brooks Drive, Suitland
    Dwight D. Eisenhower Middle School, 13725 Briarwood Drive, Laurel
    Hillcrest Heights Elementary, 4305 22nd Place, Temple Hills
    J. Frank Dent Elementary, 2700 Corning Ave., Fort Washington
    John Bayne Elementary, 7010 Walker Mill Road, Capitol Heights
    Judge Sylvania Woods Elementary, 3000 Church St., Glenarden
    Kenmoor Middle School, 2500 Kenmoor Drive, Landover
    Langley Park-McCormick Elementary, 8201 15th Ave., Hyattsville
    Longfields Elementary, 3300 Newkirk Ave., Forestville
    Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, 4545 Ammendale Road, Beltsville
    Nicholas Orem Middle School, 6100 Editors Park Drive, Hyattsville
    Port Towns Elementary, 4351 58th Ave., Bladensburg
    Samuel Chase Elementary, 5700 Fisher Road, Temple Hills
    Stephen Decatur Middle School, 8200 Pinewood Drive, Clinton
    Suitland Elementary, 4650 Towne Park Road, Suitland
    Templeton Elementary, 6001 Carters Lane, Riverdale
    Thurgood Marshall Middle School, 4909 Brinkley Road, Temple Hills
    Walker Mill Middle School, 800 Karen Blvd., Capitol Heights
    William Paca Elementary, 7801 Sheriff Road, Landover
    William Wirt Middle School, 6200 Tuckerman St., Riverdale Park

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    About PGCPS:  Prince George's County Public Schools (PGCPS), the nation's 20th largest school district, has 206 schools and centers, more than 136,500 students and 22,000 employees. Under the leadership of Dr. Monica Goldson, the school system serves a diverse student population from urban, suburban and rural communities located in the Washington, DC suburbs. PGCPS is nationally recognized for college and career-readiness programs that provide students with unique learning opportunities, including dual enrollment and language immersion.