News & Events

New School Hours 2018-2019

New School hours: 8:10 am.-3:00 pm.

The tardy bell will ring at 8:30 am, scholars who come in Tardy, will need to come to office to check in and then be released to class. Parent pick up will begin when the bell rings at 3:00 pm.

No one will be signed out after 2:30pm for early release.

For the safety of our scholars, No parents will be allowed in the hallways after scholars enter the building.

For more information please contact our front office at (301) 817-0544

New Uniform Information!!!!

For the school year 2018-2019 and beyond we are shifting back to our traditional dress code at Imagine Morningside to include Oxford shirts, khaki bottoms and dress shoes. We are adding a blazer to fit our new Microsociety curriculum program.

Please take a look at the  2018-2019 UNIFORM POLICY

All uniform items with school logo must be purchased from our vendor, Flynn O’Hara Uniforms. Click here to order.


Field Day Information and Donation Requests

Hello families!!

Just wanted to share our Field Day attire so that you have some time to plan accordingly! As usual, each grade level is assigned a different colored shirt to wear for the day – this helps us to identify grades quickly if we need to find someone. Scholars will be permitted to wear only khaki/uniform shorts to go with their grade-level specific colored shirts. Colors are as follows:

Kindergarten – Purple…
1st Grade – Gray
2nd Grade – Red
3rd Grade – Pink
4th Grade – Yellow
5th Grade – Blue
6th Grade – Orange
7th Grade – Green

I hope you had a relaxing weekend! I’m also reaching out today because we are in need of donations of equipment needed for our Field Day event. Field Day is on June 1 and it is fast approaching! Please click the link below if you are interested in helping out by purchasing some items. I have attached links for most of the items and also an Amazon Wish List for the other items. Any donations we receive come with a letter that you may use for tax purposes.
Thanks everyone for continuing to support our Field Day event year after year!
Ms. Stefanak


– Adelphi Judy P. Hoyer Center Extended Year
– Early Childhood: Jump Start to School Readiness
– Transition to – Kindergarten School Readiness

– Credit Recovery Middle School
– STEM Middle School Project Summer Program


Board of Education Restores Spring Break

The Prince George’s County Board of Education unanimously approved Thursday fully restoring Spring Break and closing schools next week. Students and teachers will return to school April 9.

Legislation put forward by State Sen. Nancy J. King would allow school systems to extend the school year five days beyond June 15, the current last day for students, without receiving a waiver from the State Board of Education. Once signed by the governor, the law will allow Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) more options to meet state requirements for the number of hours and days for students.

Five inclement weather makeup days were built into the approved 2017-2018 School Calendar, including two at the end of fourth quarter (June 14 and 15); one on the February 9 professional development day; and two during Spring Break (April 5 and 6). Dr. Maxwell withdrew his proposal to add an additional inclement weather makeup day on April 4, to make up the lost day of instruction due to inclement weather on March 22.

PGCPS plans to extend the school year to June 20, contingent on the governor signing the legislation into law, rather than open schools next week. All Maryland school districts are required to start school after Labor Day with June 15 as the last day of instruction due to an Executive Order by Gov. Larry Hogan. This week’s state bill does not change the post-Labor Day start for schools.


Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) lost a fourth day of instruction on Friday, March 2 due to hazardous wind-related school closures. PGCPS will request a waiver from the Maryland State Board of Education for the March 2 closure, but students, staff and families should expect school to be in session on Friday, April 6 – originally scheduled as the last day of Spring Break.

Schools were previously closed due to unsafe weather conditions on Thursday, January 4; Friday, January, 5; and Wednesday, January 17. The 2017-18 school calendar includes two inclement weather makeup days built in. A third makeup day was used Friday, February 9. Any additional closures will require attendance on Thursday, April 5 as well.

The PGCPS calendar meets Governor Hogan’s mandate for a post-Labor Day start date with June 15 as the final day of school.

School delays or closures greatly impact students, families and staff. The decision to delay or close schools is based on safety and a variety of other factors, including National Weather Service reports, recommendations from PGCPS transportation supervisors and building maintenance directors, who survey conditions throughout the county as early as 3 a.m. Facility staff report on power outages, HVAC/heat issues and any plumbing issues that could impact schools and offices. PGCPS executive staff members communicate with County government agencies. The school system’s top consideration is safety for buses, motorists and students who walk to school.

For the latest updates on inclement weather occurs, visit:

PGCPS website (
Social media sites (, Twitter and Instagram: @PGCPS)
PGCPS-TV (Channel 96/38)
Local media outlets
PGCPS Weather Line 301-952-6000 (option “1”)

View Emergency Weather Codes and Plans.

Date Change: PTO Meeting is now February 12th- 6PM

IFM Families,

We had a very open and informative discussion at the December PTO meeting. We heard from Dr. McMichael with the Imagine Board, Ms. Smith, Mrs. Stone, and Mr Chiza represented IFM administration and the IFM parents and families were able to express their concerns honestly. We compiled all of the concern from the December meeting and shared them with Principal Johnson. She will be speaking to ALL of our concerns and she will be presenting the restorative practices that have been implemented. Everyone that attended the December meeting is encouraged to come for the follow up discussions. Again everyone is invited to come and let your voice be heard.