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  • Hollywood School Information


    Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5
    9811 49th Avenue College Park, Maryland 20740 
    Phone (301) 513-5900 
    Fax (301) 513-5383 
    School Hours:
    7:35 a.m. - 1:55 p.m.
    Principal: Carlos Johnson 
    Assistant Principal: Jillian Speigle
    Registration Hours:
    8:30 am - 1:00 pm 

    Hollywood’s Mission:

    To provide a safe, engaging and positive learning experience that empowers all students to contribute to an ever-changing global society. 

    Vision Statement: 

    The Hollywood Community believes in: 

    Students with a variety of educational opportunities

    Thinking creatively and critically to gain knowledge that will promote a lifetime of learning with

    Attitudes that are positive towards education, themselves and others

    Reliable and responsible with

    Self-direction to express ideas and opinions

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    • Online Enrollment(1)

      Click the link below to begin the online enrollment process. If you have any questions, you can call the office at 301-513-5900.

    • Withdrawal Form

      If you are transferring to a new school please complete the withdrawal form. The form must be completed by the parent/guardian who enrolled the student. Once the form is completed we will schedule an appointment for transfer packet pickup. 

      Withdrawal Form

    • School Supply List SY 2021-2022

      School Supply List

    • Hollywood Newsletter SY 21-22

      Hollywood School Newsletter

      English Newsletter

      Spanish Newsletter


    • Hollywood Super Readers
      Visit the Hollywood Super Readers Website and complete a Super Reader Chronicle for the winter reading challenge.
    • International Night
      Hello parents and families. International Night is on Thursday, May 19th from 5pm to 7 pm. This is a free event at Hollywood Elementary School for all friends and families to enjoy. For families who have signed up saying that they want to participate and have registered for a table, please arrive at 4 pm to set up your table and get important information about the evening. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Naz at I look forward to seeing everyone there. Thank you! 
    • READY 4K - Text messages to boost your child’s learning

      What is Ready4K? 

      Ready4K is a research-based text messaging program for families with kids ages 0 to 9. Each week, you’ll receive 3 texts with fun facts and tips on ways to help your child learn and grow. 

      Ready4K tips build on your daily routines, like getting dressed, bath time, or preparing a meal. And you’ll always get messages that match your child’s age. 

      How much does it cost? 

      While there is absolutely no cost for enrolling in Ready4K, data & message rates may apply. 

      What if I want to stop receiving texts? 

      You can choose to stop receiving Ready4K texts at any time by texting STOP to 70138. If you have additional questions or need help with Ready4K, you can text HELP to 70138 or email us at 

      By signing up for Ready4K (the “Program”) you hereby agree to (i) enroll in the Program, (ii) the ParentPowered PBC Terms of Use available at and Privacy Policy available at, and (iii) receive approximately three Ready4K text messages per week from 70138, as well as up to approximately three Ready4K community support text messages per week from 28922. By signing up, you confirm that you want ParentPowered to send you information we think may be of interest to you, which involves ParentPowered using automated dialing technology to text you at the cell phone number you provided. While there is absolutely no cost for enrolling, data & message rates may apply. You can cancel your receipt of all Ready4K text messages any time by texting STOP to 70138, or cancel your receipt of Ready4K community support text messages only by texting STOP to 28922. For help with Ready4K text HELP to 70138 or email us at


    • City of College Park ARPA Assistance Program



      The City has established two programs to assist businesses, non-profits, and residents address negative financial impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic

      The American Rescue Program Act (ARPA) has provided funds that the City is using for these and many other projects. Each program is summarized on the next page. The goal of these programs is to help our residents, businesses and nonprofits get back on their feet and better prepared to be financially successful in the future

      2021 ARPA FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES (Grants up to $5,000 per applicant) 

      The purpose of this program is to provide financial assistance to eligible College Park individuals and families who have a demonstrated financial hardship created by the COVID-19 pandemic

      Eligibility is determined by residency in the City of College Park and proof of need. Applicants are required to provide proof of residency, proof of hardship, and provide certain information/documentation so the City's review committee can ensure the request fulfills the program requirements

      The maximum financial assistance per applicant is $5,000 for eligible expenses (vendors will be paid directly). Assistance for groceries will be in the form of gift cards to College Park 

      stores. Only one application per household

      For additional details, as well as the application form and required documentation for resident assistance, please visit 

      For additional information, please visit

      Have questions? Email with questions for any of the City's ARPA assistance programs

      Prince George's County Public Schools is not sponsoring, endorsing, or recommending the activities announced in this flyer/material.
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