The Montgomery County Public Schools Gaithersburg Judy Center Grant Partnership program brings together a system of comprehensive early childhood services for families and children from birth to age 5. The Judy Center is a part of the Montgomery County Public Schools Department of Elementary Curriculum and Districtwide Programs and enlists the aid of its many collaborative partners to support school readiness. The Gaithersburg Judy Center serves children and families who live in the Summit Hall Elementary School attendance areas. To find out your child's home school, use the School Assignment Tool or call the Judy Center at 301-284-4170.
Our services include classes for children ages birth through four years old, family involvement and activities, referrals to full-day, high quality early childhood programs, service coordination and family support, early identification and intervention, adult education and parent trainings, and professional development for community child care providers.
Montgomery County Public Schools is the lead agency for the Gaithersburg Judy Center and serves as the primary fiduciary agent for the grant partnership, which includes a number of community based, public, and private entities and services dedicated to supporting school readiness in young children.
To learn more about our partners, click on each name below.