The Pimlico Way

How we relate to each other matters a lot. At Pimlico Elementary / Middle School, we create a caring school community based on positive relationships, inclusivity, and respect.

Our 21st Century School

The renovations honor the historic structure of the original building. Our facilities are fully updated to provide students, teachers, and families with the very best in modern learning environments. Spaces are flexible to adapt to diverse learning needs. Carefully planned green spaces extend our learning outside the classroom. Throughout the design process, City Schools and the architects sought community and school input to create our wonderful facility.

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Restorative Practice

We use the Restorative Practice program throughout our school to build community and reduce conflict. Restorative practices is the science of relationships and communities and was created by the International Institute of Restorative Practices. This helps us create a positive, respectful community for children and teachers to build great relationships and problem solve.

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Getting Involved at Pimlico Elementary / Middle School

Our Family and Community Engagement program gives parents and community members opportunities to be an active part of our school.

Parent Teacher Organization
All parents are invited to be active members to bring positive change to our school.

School Family Council (SFC)
All parents and community members are invited to attend meetings to discuss issues relating to the school and make decisions when necessary. SFC includes staff, parents, and community members.

Grandparents Club
All grandparents are invited to attend. 

Pimlico Elementary / Middle School has been a resource for the Park Heights community for over 100 years.

As a community school, Park Heights Renaissance serves as Pimlico’s lead agency bringing educators, families, and community partners together to offer a range of opportunities and support services to students and their families.

How We Help Park Heights

Our full-time site coordinator taps into a network of partnerships between the school and other community resources to promote student achievement and family wellbeing. We provide the following resources to families:

Community engagement activities

Health services

Annual dental, vision, and hearing screening for students.

Food pantry on site

Mental health providers

Partnership

The Dream Academy for afterschool programming

Local Churches & Nonprofits

Partner to provide coat drives, shoe giveaways, and school supply donations
Karen Rivera
Karen Rivera

Community School Coordinator, Park Heights Renaissance
krivera@bcps.k12.md.us
(410) 396-0876