• Imagine Foundations at Leeland
  • Imagine Foundations at Leeland
  • Imagine Foundations at Leeland

Welcome from the Principal

August 24, 2015

On behalf of the faculty and staff at Imagine Leeland, it is my pleasure to welcome you and your student(s) to a new school year. My experience has shown me that it takes a team to help all students reach their maximum potential. I will work collaboratively with the staff and parents to provide an […]

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2015-2016 Charter School Lottery

Lottery Applications will be accepted online at www1.pgcps.org/charterslottery from November 3, 2014- January 30, 2015.

Notes/Reminders:

  • You must obtain a Prince George’s County Public School student number for your child (this number is required to complete the charter school lottery application) to obtain a student number contact the school assigned for your home address to make arrangements to obtain a student number.
  • Take your child’s original birth certificate and your proof of Prince George’s County resident (you may use one of the following deed, settlement papers, lease, or rental agreement) if you have residence other than the aforementioned please call the Pupil Accounting School Boundaries Office at 301.952.6300.
  • Maryland State Law requires that a child be 5 years of age on or before September 1 to enter Kindergarten. We must abide by this law; therefore, if your child will be 5 years of age AFTER September 1 you cannot apply for lottery placement to a Charter School for Kindergarten.
  • Please contact the school directly to schedule a tour at 301.808.4003.

Imagine Foundations at Leeland Public Charter School is a member of Imagine Schools, a full-service charter school management organization that operates more than 70 schools across the nation and helps nearly 80,000 parents and guardians educate their children.

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Mission & Vision

The mission of Imagine Foundations at Leeland is to develop dynamic individuals through hard work, academic achievement, and character education. Our vision is to create a school environment that helps students gain academic confidence, strong character, determination, and the academic skills necessary for entrance into university.

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2014- School Performance Report

The state of Maryland’s accountability system takes into account, growth, gap reduction, and college readiness in addition to achievement to give a more accurate picture of a school’s performance and progress. These core values provide a School Progress Index which is used to identify schools that need support and deserve recognition.

There is a federal requirement that all states and school districts receiving Title 1 funding issue an annual “School Report Card” to parents. This 2014 School Report Card for Imagine Foundations at Leeland Public Charter School issued by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), provides accountability data for our school. This particular document includes results from the Maryland School Assessment (MSA) taken in the spring of 2014 (provided to the school Summer 2015 after school commenced for the school year) and information about the new School Progress measures required by State and federal laws.

This comprehensive report is designed to assist school system personnel, parents and the public in assessing the delivery and outcomes of instructional services in our school. MSA student data are used to indicate whether students are making adequate yearly progress academically overall, as well as for each of the seven racial subgroups, students receiving free and reduced-price meals (FARMS), limited English proficient (LEP) students, and students receiving special education services. Other indicators used to determine School Progress include attendance in elementary and middle schools and graduation rates in high schools.

For further information about the Maryland School Report Card, please visit www.mdreportcard.org

2014-School Performance Report

Teacher Appreciation Week

Staff appreciation 2015

Spring Band Concert!

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