Meade Heights Elementary School - Triple E and Kids at Hope School


  • 1925 Reece Road
    Ft. Meade, MD 20755

    Laura Espinosa, Principal


  • Hours: 8:00 AM - 2:25 PM
    Grades Served:   PreK-5th

About Our School

  • Welcome to Meade Heights Elementary School!  One of our goals at Meade Heights is to support the social emotional development of our youngest learners.  We strive to help instill knowledge and skills within all students to help them feel and show empathy for others, establish positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.  While perusing our school website, it is our hope that you gain a better understanding of our mission to help all of our students excel and soar to higher heights!


    Kids at Hope 

    Kids at Hope is an innovative concept which states and demonstrates that all children are capable of success, NO EXCEPTIONS! Kids at Hope is not another program; it is first and foremost a belief system, supported by a cultural strategy and then enhanced by programs. Kids at Hope’s vision is that every child is afforded the belief, guidance and encouragement that creates a sense of hope and optimism, supported by a course of action needed to experience success at life’s four major destinations: Home & Family; Education & Career; Community & Service; and Hobbies & Recreation. Kids at Hope inspires, empowers and transforms schools, organizations serving youth and entire communities to create an environment and culture where all children experience success, NO EXCEPTIONS!

    To learn more about Kids at Hope:


    Restorative Practice

    Restorartive Practices increase student connectedness, build community, and address behavioral infractions.  Utlizing restorative practices helps to build and strengthen school climate and to address harm in ways that hold students accountable and create an honorable pathway back to the community.  Some restorative practices include:

    • Community-Building Circles create regular connecting opportunities for students and staff

    • Five Restorative Questions help students reflect on, and learn from, their actions

    • Responsive Circles help students and staff address harm and work together to repair the harm and create an honorable pathway back to the community



    PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. The goal of PBIS is to aid in improving student academic and behavior outcomes and ensuring all students have access to the most effective and accurately implemented instructional and behavioral practices and interventions possible. PBIS provides an operational framework for achieving these outcomes. More importantly, PBIS is NOT a curriculum, intervention, or practice, but IS a decision making framework that guides selection, integration, and implementation of the best evidence-based academic and behavioral practices for improving important academic and behavior outcomes for all students.


    The House System

    The purpose of House System is to:

    • Promote community

    • Increase cross grade level connections

    • Encourage positive behavior and expectations

    • Promote healthy competition

    Multiple times a year students will take part in house celebrations, and will be awarded House Points for exhibiting characteristics of the Mighty 7.  The four houses are Reveur, Amistad, Altruismo, and Isibindi.  Students, teachers, and staff members will be divided amongst the four houses.  Students will learn the characteristics of each house and engage in team building exercises throughout the school year.  


    The Mighty 7 are social and behavioral expectations that teachers explicitly teach and model throughout the school day.

    The Mighty 7 are as follow:

    1. Stand to speak.

    2. Acknowledge others by greeting them.

    3. Respecfully respond to adults.

    4. Celebrate others' successes.

    5. Make eye contact.

    6. Honesty is the best policy.

    7. Keep our school community clean



  • Registration for the 2022-2023 school year is open now. 

    Register in person or online!

    The following documents are required for enrollment:

     Child’s documents 

    •  Birth Certificate
    •  Immunization Record
    •  Recent Report Card or Transcript

      Parent’s documents 

    •  Government-issued photo ID
    •  Primary proof of residency: mortgage, deed, or lease
    •  Secondary proof of residency: utility bill, bank statement, or paystub in the last 60 days
    •  Custody Order (if applicable)

    Be sure to have your documents saved and ready, in PDF or JPEG format, before you enter the portal because the system cannot accept incomplete registrations and you’ll have to re-enter all data fields.

     Please follow the link to our online enrollment portal where you’ll complete forms electronically and upload your documents:


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  • All library books are due back by June 10, 2022. Notices will be sent home with students on June 13 if they are missing any books. 

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    Lisa M. Snead, Esquire
    Senior Staff Counsel, Human Resources
    EEO/ADA Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
    Anne Arundel County Public Schools
    2644 Riva Road
    Annapolis, Maryland 21401
    (410) 222-5286