Executive Director of Elementary Schools, Title I, and the Judy Center
Kelly M. Hall
Executive Director of Elementary Education, Title I, and the Judy Center
301-475-5511 ext. 136
- There are 17 elementary schools that serve grades Pre-K to 5 and one public charter school that serves grades K-8. Direct support, oversight, guidance, and supervision are provided to each elementary school in the areas of Administration, Academics, and Accountability, as well as Parent and Community relations.
- Primary responsibilities are to ensure that the elementary and public charter schools are working efficiently and effectively, are appropriately staffed, and have the necessary materials, processes, and procedures in place to facilitate an orderly school environment.
- An area of additional focus and attention is ensuring that all principals and assistant principals are well placed, trained, and supported in their positions.
In addition, school staff and programmatic evaluation are under the direct supervision of Mrs. Hall. Further, collaboration and coordination with multiple SMCPS departments and community agencies are components of Mrs. Hall’s responsibilities.
Mrs. Hall serves as the manager of two major grants that support elementary schools.
A Federal Grant that provides academic and family support to economically disadvantaged children. There are four identified elementary schools in St. Mary’s County that receive assistance from Title I based on the numbers of students receiving Free and Reduced Meals. The Title One schools include: Green Holly Elementary, Lexington Park Elementary, George Washington Carver Elementary, and Park Hall Elementary.
Mrs. Hall also has responsibility for the oversight of the Judy Center. The Judy Centers provide services for children age birth through Kindergarten and their families. We work together with our community partners to ensure that children are socially, emotionally, and physically ready for first grade. Most services, programs and activities are free. Families must live in the Green Holly and George Washington Carver school zones to be eligible for services.