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Apartments for Rent near Phyllis E. Williams Elementary School - 172 Rentals available

  • Apartment
    9400 Grand Blvd, Largo, MD 20774
    $1,463 - $2,691
    • Studio-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (833) 686-4477
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    67 Harry S Truman Dr, Largo, MD 20774
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    $1,380 - $3,155
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (844) 761-6166
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    5521 Marlboro Pike, Forestville, MD 20747
    $1,200 - $2,190
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    Available Today! Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (844) 594-6469
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    6500 Ronald Road, Capitol Heights, MD 20743
    $1,160 - $2,165
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-1.5 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (844) 496-8816
  • Apartment
    9300 Lottsford Road, Largo, MD 20774
    $1,620 - $4,628
    • Studio-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Avenue5 Residential, LLC
    Available Today! Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (833) 600-5694
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    6707 Hawthorne Street, Landover, MD 20785
    $1,120 - $1,565
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    Available Today! Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (844) 462-0408
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    6501 Landover Road, Cheverly, MD 20785
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    $1,074 - $1,688
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-1.5 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (240) 696-3433
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    8251 Ridgefield Blvd, Landover, MD 20785
    $1,630 - $2,915
    • 2-4 Beds
    • 1.5-2.5 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (833) 285-1303
  • Apartment
    4400 Rena Road, Suitland, MD 20746
    $1,100 - $1,575
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-1.5 Baths
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (240) 667-7539
  • Apartment
    6936 Walker Mill Rd, Capitol Heights, MD 20743
    $1,120 - $1,815
    • 1-4 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (844) 689-6911
  • Apartment
    4085 Warner Ave, Landover Hills, MD 20784
    $1,222 - $1,535
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (866) 388-8213
  • Apartment
    2316 Brooks Drive, Suitland, MD 20746
    $1,265 - $2,400
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    JBG SMITH
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (844) 486-3620
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    2614 Pinebrook Avenue, Landover, MD 20785
    $1,210
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-1.5 Baths
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (833) 452-4728
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    8100 Gibbs Way, Landover, MD 20785
    $1,363 - $3,960
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-3 Baths
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (844) 313-2141
  • Apartment
    5815 Marlboro Pike, Forestville, MD 20747
    $1,410 - $1,535
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (301) 736-7870
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    6004 Parkland Ct, Forestville, MD 20747
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    Last updated 5 Nov 2019
    (844) 378-6110
  • Apartment
    3839 64Th Avenue, Hyattsville, MD 20784
    $1,040
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (844) 379-8013
  • Apartment
    7740-7758 Finns Lane, Lanham, MD 20706
    $1,075 - $1,475
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (844) 840-9797
  • Apartment
    Imperial Oaks, Washington, DC 20019
    $1,847
    • 3-4 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    Tribeca Management Inc
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (202) 850-0344
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    Imperial Oaks, Washington, DC 20019
    $1,128
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    Tribeca Management Inc
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
    (202) 850-0344
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    1971 - 1991 Rochelle Ave., District Heights, MD 20747
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019
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    2100 County Road, Forestville, MD 20747
    • Studio-3 Beds
    Last updated 6 Dec 2019

Phyllis E. Williams Elementary School Overview

9601 Prince Place, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774 , Tel: +1 (301) 499-3373 Prince George's County Public Schools
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    Type: Public Elementary School
    Grades: K-6
  • 297

    Students

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Phyllis E. Williams Elementary School Ratings & Reviews

June 12, 2017 Submitted by a parent
I understand that most of the complaints on here are from when the school 1st began its spanish immersion program. It is now 2017 and I think the school is wonderful. The teachers and staff care for these children as if they are their own. When kindergarten graduation came, the teachers were actually in tears. My son has a learning disability and before an IEP could be established (testing and conclusion required within 90 days of the discovery) the teacher was already working on different methods to help him learn the information that was presented. He was able to have a desk divider and noise canceling headphones to reduce distractions. She provided him with a clipboard to allow him to get up and move while he did his work (he would walk around the classroom looking for his answers, instead of being forced to sit still where he may be a distraction to other children). If he felt distracted he was able to go to a different table by himself. The special education instructor also provided extra time in which he could work one on one with my son. All of these adjustments were done before the IEP was in place. To assist, they implemented the blooms app on our phones. This allowed the sharing of pictures from field trips, video of our children in class speaking spanish, and most importantly constant communication between the teachers and parents and among the parents themselves. It takes a village and we were working together to provide anything they might need that wasn't supplied by the school district. We had a wonderful class mom, who was there to help in any way she could. The front office staff are very pleasant and make it a point to remember the children by name. My child may struggle with reading and writing because he has a learning disability, but by the end of the year, he was clearly understanding his teacher when she spoke only in spanish to him. It is amazing how quickly the children begin to understand the language.
January 18, 2017 Submitted by a parent
My daughter was blessed with the opportunity to attend Phyllis E. Williams to learn Spanish, but there's a catch.The classrooms aren't properly staffed. In my opinion, most individuals have a hard enough time with the English language, but to learn a whole new language is another challenge in itself.There is one (1) teacher to 18-25 students, trying to learn Spanish, which isn't good and makes no sense.There needs to be a teachers aide or assistant in the classrooms, especially the lower grade levels, K-3rd grade. I would consider these students to be beginners to the language, whom require additional assistance.It's not up to another child learning the language to be required to assist another student, it's should be another adult whose qualified to teach and make sure they understand.My daughter has come home complaining she didn't understand what was taught in class, and I have to try to teach her as a beginner to the Spanish language myself.I don't see how this funded Specialty school expects children (the students) to thrive and advance in a program in which is inadequately staffed.Not to mention you have teachers who barely speak or understand the English language that are teaching our children.It may be their policy to speak only Spanish in the classroom, but you must communicate with me, as the parent in English!Where is the fairness in the situation? When will the constant complaints be addressed and fixed about proper staffing?What is being done with the funding for our children to learn, without worry of being left behind?In regular public schools, the ESL classrooms are properly staffed and the number of students to each teacher is less (5-15).Someone needs to make sure they get the assistance they need in the classroom, and they have a large enough lunch serving at school, because my 6 yr old comes home hungry everyday.There's also the issue with no more days being set aside for Parent/Teacher conferences during the year, except if the parent reaches out to the teacher for time.The system is moving backwards in regression, and giving teachers more time off for so called development, and students less learning time in the classroom.It's a crying shame that Foreign institutions have a more profound and advanced learning system than the USA, and we spend more money on education.Something has to be done about making sure these issues are addressed.
January 03, 2017 Submitted by a parent
As with any new program, SI at Phyllis E. Williams has experienced some bumps and bruises. However, there is a new administration in place, which is actively seeking ways to integrate SI across the school, and not just for those students learning Spanish in the SI program. The school also recently started offering Spanish language classes to parents so that we can better help our students with their homework. Overall, the teachers are very good. Sra. Espinet is phenomenal. She was born to teach. She reaches and challenges students at all skill levels. A fellow parent commented to me that her child is much more excited about the program since being in her class. My child is being challenged in the best ways, even though she is already testing above grade level. Sra. Espinet recognizes my child can do more, so she pushes her. The parents are also very engaged and supportive of each other and making the school and the program better. I was a very skeptical new parent last year and am very glad we decided to stick it out.
May 04, 2015 Submitted by a parent
This is my child's 1st year at PEW as a Spanish Immersion student. While I know that the program was a pilot one, I was willing to take the leap as I felt my child would be ok. While I had a lot of initial concerns during the first month or two of school, I thought I would give it some time before I submitted a review. I love the Spanish immersion teachers and the program. I feel that if the program is to be as successful as it should and can be, there needs to be a change in administration to reflect the direction in which the school is heading. More bilingual teachers/staff that are passionate to teach as well as share the culture they are teaching about, are a most. Also, the classes REALLY need more support. 22-25 kindergarten students to 1 teacher, without support is ridiculous. I noticed a lot of parents volunteering to help teachers in the classroom but that cannot be the solution. The fact that parents need to volunteer shows that there is a need for more assistance. I'm not sure why this is the case, but this needs to be reviewed. The rating would have been higher if I was only rating the program. The school administration needs an overhaul.
December 16, 2014 Submitted by a parent
I have a student in the spanish emerging program, there is very little classroom support and structure for the teachers. Homework can possibly be missing from folders, parents would not receive calls from teachers, but more so from parents. The school's consistent response to not being able to give the spanish teachers more assistance was that there was a low budget or a request for more parent participation, which was given, yet some parents could not possibly leave their jobs to offer assistance with the classroom management. I also did not feel support from the teachers that were teaching my child.
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