• Due to building maintenance, John H. Bayne ES will be temporarily located at Doswell E. Brooks ES at1301 Brooke Road, Capitol Heights, MD 20743 until August 12.
Laura Barbee-Mathews, Coordinating Supervisor
Andreia Searcy, Instructional Supervisor
Owens Road Elementary1616 Owens Road
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
Registration for Prekindergarten and Kindergarten for the 2014-2015 school year begins April 7, 2014!
Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children, which services 3-year-old children (limited slots available), 4-year-old children and some 5-year-old children (who missed the September 1st "cut off" date for entrance in Kindergarten). We currently have 932 students at various locations throughout the county. The program is designed to serve economically disadvantaged families. Acceptance in the program is based on income and age requirements.
Prekindergarten is a preschool program for 4 year old students who are from families with economically disadvantaged backgrounds or who are homeless. The program is designed to provide students with a variety of learning experiences that address their cognitive, social, emotional, and physical needs. The Prekindergarten Program is primarily a boundary-based program, located in elementary schools throughout the county. Acceptance into the program is based on income requirements.
Kindergarten is designed for children who are five years of age on or before September 1st of the school year in which the child enrolls. The Kindergarten Program provides opportunities for children to develop and grow, to experience the creative arts, to develop receptive language (listening and reading) skills, and expressive language (speaking and writing) skills, and to construct and extend concepts in mathematics, science, social studies, health, music, and physical education.
The Judith Hoyer Center provides services for preschool children and their families. Community-based agencies and organizations, along with school programs, collaborate to provide an integrated approach to service delivery. The “Judy Center” promotes school readiness through early childhood care and education as well as family support and health programs.
Accommodations for persons with disabilities attending events/meetings/hearings are available upon request. Requests must be provided as soon as possible. For requests click
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