Raymond Elementary School provides a variety of learning opportunities for more than 250 students in prekindergarten through grade five. Its core curriculum includes reading and math. The school employs regular teachers, counselors, program coordinators, psychologists and social workers. Established in 1925, Raymond Elementary School is a more than 73,000-square-foot building located in Washington, D.C. It is managed by District of Columbia Public Schools, which offers various educational options for students and parents. It operates several elementary, middle, high and specialized schools and provides academic support, special education, vocational and social service programs. The district also offers nutritional programs and works in partnership with various private organizations and government agencies.