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Canvas / PGCPS Sites Issues

Hello Students, Parents and Staff,

-DATE- 20DEC2021

Please note if you are currently having issues accessing the CANVAS site or any PGCPS sites, there is an issue within the county. They are working to resolve the issue. Please continue to try and access the sites if you are have access restrictions. If the site are slow to load please give it time for the site to respond. We will try to keep you up to date as information is given.




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Open Enrollment

Open enrollment for Imagine Andrews has started. Please click here for further details.

IA Opening Letter to Families 2021-2022

Greetings Imagine Andrews Families,

It’s a great day at Imagine Andrews! I hope everyone is enjoyingthe final stretch of summer break. The time israpidly passing.

I would like to welcome all returning families to a new school yearand all new families to the Imagine AndrewsFamily. As we moveinto the 2021-2022 school year, we are excited about theimplementation of several newinitiatives and already existinginitiatives.

Listed below are the “Big Rocks” for the 2021-2022 school year:

Big Rocks for 2021-2022
Reboot of Character Development/Restorative Practices
Interventions for Learning Loss
Scholars Knowing Their Data
Increasing Community Partnerships
Social Emotional Needs of Scholars & Staff

I am looking forward to scholars returning to the building for faceto face learning and I look forward topartnering with families tocontinue the tradition of having excellence in all we do. We arecommitted to 100%effort, 100% of the time!

The first official day of school for all scholars is Wednesday,September 8, 2021. The schoolhouse doors willopen at 8:05 a.m.for scholars. Breakfast will be served daily from 8:00 a.m. – 8:20a.m. Kindergarten through5th grade will dismiss at 2:40 p.m.Grades 6-8 will dismiss at 3:10 p.m. At that time, scholars will begingoingto their classes. Scholars purchasing the school’s breakfastwill need to arrive no later than 8:20 a.m.Instruction begins at8:30 a.m.

Please mark your calendars for September 3, 2021 for the ImagineAndrews Orientation Day & KindergartenOrientation. During thistime we will share details of the PGCPS Reopening Plan for the2021-2022 school year.More details will be shared soon.

Back to School Night is scheduled for September 22 & 23. Moredetails will be provided soon. At this time,families will have achance to become familiar with curriculum and new initiatives.Families will also be able tovisit classrooms and see student work.There will also be presentations from classroom teachers as wellasleadership. The format and schedule for the evening will beshared soon. I look forward to partnering witheach of you.

Please see below for a schedule of upcoming important dates:

Orientation Day: September 3, 2021 (Times TBA)
Kindergarten Orientation: September 3, 2021 (Times TBA)
First Day of School for Scholars: September 8, 2021
First Day for Teachers: August 27, 2021
Back to School Night (more details TBA): September 22 & 23

Please stay tuned to Class Dojo as more updates will be shared.


H. Douglas Rice II, Principal
Imagine Andrews Public Charter School

2021-2022 Imagine Schools Military Lottery

Please note the 2021-2022 School year lottery is now closed.


The 2021-2022 Imagine Schools Military Lottery will open from March 22, 2021 12:01 am – June 1, 2021 11:59 pm. 

***Note: This lottery is for the following:

  • Students that are dependents of Military Personnel with Active Assigned Orders to Joint Base Andrews and live in Prince George’s County
  • Students that are dependents of Military Personnel that resides on Joint Base Andrews

Please review the information below to ensure that you have the correct documents to successfully submit your application:

  • 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 boundary school assigned for your home address to make arrangements to obtain a student number. Please email Tina Chavis at if you are currently residing outside of Prince Georges County, Maryland for additional information for obtaining a student number.
  • 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.

(Attention:  if you applied with Prince George’s County Public Schools during their open enrollment for Specialty Schools and you meet the requirements of a military family, please participate in this lottery.)


Here is the link for Military Families to request a student ID# from their boundary/neighborhood  school (only bonafide PG County Residents).:


If Military Families need to find their neighborhood school, please go to

School Finder – Find Your Attendance Area School – PGCPS


November 12, 2020

Dear Parent/Guardian:

Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) is pleased to inform you that your child will be taking the district’s Formative Assessment System Test (FAST) Assessments for Science. The FAST Administrations will take place beginning on November 16th (Grade 8) and November 17th(Grade 5).

PGCPS will be using the Pearson TestNav platform to administer the FAST Assessments. Your child’s teacher will be communicating with you and your child to provide technological support, logistics, and steps on how to access the assessments in the Pearson TestNav platform.

The purpose of these assessments is to provide instructional tools for teachers to see what your child learned in Science during the first quarter. No grades will be assigned based on these assessment results. The results from the FAST Assessments will be used by teachers and schools to enhance instruction on skills your child is learning in the classroom.

Your child will need your support by helping them select a quiet place to complete each assessment and
removing all non-testing materials such as phones, textbooks, and notebooks to minimize distractions.
Your child may also need your assistance with connecting to the appropriate technology platforms and
applications. It is critical that your child take each assessment independently, with no assistance provided
within the remote learning setting, so they can show what they have learned from the first quarter’s
instruction. We are truly excited to provide the best e-learning opportunity and continue to support your
child’s educational needs.

For more information on the assessment platform or technical assistance, please;
● Visit the PGCPS Distance Learning Site
● Visit the Distance Learning Parent Resources
● Visit the PGCPS Student Portal
● Use one of the 9 Parent Support Centers across PGCPS. Parents and Families will be able to
receive help with technology, navigating online platforms and other troubleshooting related to
distance learning. Parents may call 240-696-3315 to receive live assistance.
● Use the Distance Learning Hotline for live assistance regarding technical/equipment issues
and/or instructional guidance and support 240-696-6229.