REMINDER: Classes are in session for all students and staff, Friday, February 12.  Read more>>

Instructional Supervisor:
Lisa Sampson
1616 Owens Road, Oxon Hill, Maryland 20745

 Judy Center Program Coordinators:

LaKeisha Ratliff
Cool Spring Elementary School
8908 Riggs Road, Adelphi, Maryland 20783

Sandra Jiles
Carmody Hills Elementary School
401 Jadeleaf Avenue Capital Heights, Maryland 20743

Andrea Hall
Samuel Chase Elementary School
570 Fisher Road, Temple Hills, Maryland 20748

Service Coordinators:

Susan McPherson
Cool Spring Elementary School
8908 Riggs Road, Adelphi, Maryland 20783

Laniece Small (Social Worker)
Carmody Hills Elementary
401 Jadeleaf Avenue
Capitol Heights, Maryland 20743

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Welcome to the Judy Family Learning Centers


    A Judy Center is a place where community-based agencies and organizations collaborate under one roof to serve children and their families within or near a school.  This integrated approach promotes school readiness through early childhood care and education as well as family support and health programs.     

 Judy Hoyer   The Judy Center owes its beginnings to the work of the  Prince George’s Interagency Early Childhood Committee.  This ground-breaking group was founded and chaired by Judith P. Hoyer, who  dedicated her life to improving the lives of young children and their families. They originated the concept of co-locating agencies to create a service center which would best serve children and families through collaborative partnerships. This initial step evolved into the “Judy Center” when the State of Maryland adopted it as a model to be developed and replicated across all the counties of Maryland.   

The Adelphi location was the first Judy  Center.  Presently there are twenty-five throughout the State of Maryland. 

 “The most crucial responsibility of any community is the protection, education and mentoring of its children.” -Judith P. Hoyer

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