Serving grades K - 5, Waugh Chapel is the second-smallest of the elementary schools serving Odenton. It is also the…More second-oldest, as it opened 43 years ago.
The school has an active PTA that supports several initiatives, including a science fair and Reflections, an arts appreciation program.
In May of 2010, Waugh Chapel Elementary students and faculty participated in a beautification effort that included the planting of vegetable gardens to help feed those in need. Joyce Sims is the principal of the school.
Severn Elementary School 838 Reece Rd, Severn, MD21144 Severn Elementary is one of the oldest schools in the area. What began in 1875 as a small schoolhouse has, for…More generations, been a reliable institution. Classrooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology, and a kindergarten wing is soon to come. The longstanding school also hosts many community events.
Van Bokkelen Elementary School 1140 Reece Rd, Severn, MD21144 The dedicated staff at this public elementary school work to encourage students to excel. In 2003, Van Bokkelen…More Elementary's low test scores and socio-economic disadvantages surrounding the students created an obstacle for the children. However, since then, the faculty and administration at Van Bokkelen have adopted a series of substantial programs, allowing them to boast positive numbers each year as their students post stronger and stronger test scores. The teachers call their students "scholars," and students are encouraged to attend college as part of the school's partnership with No Excuses University, a program which empowers students to choose a college they'd like to attend as a motivating factor to help them through the challenges of life and education. Students wear uniforms when attending classes and activities at this Title One school.
This school serves students living in the Seven Oaks community as well as some who reside in nearby Fort Meade. Built…More in 2007, it is one of the newer schools in the county. Seven Oaks offers education for grades pre-K through 5, and is one of 16 schools in the county with early-childhood intervention classes, to assist younger children who have developmental delays.
Unlike other elementary schools in Odenton, Seven Oaks is a feeder school for MacArthur Middle School and Meade High School. Lisa Leitholf is the principal.