Cora L. Rice Elementary School is located in Landover, Md. The school offers various before-and after-school care programs for students in prekindergarten through grade six. Its parent-teacher association organizes fundraising events and back to school nights. Founded in 2007, Cora L. Rice Elementary School provides food, transportation and medical services. The school is named after Cora L. Rice, a civic activist who battled for bigotry, racism and discrimination in Prince George's County. Its core curriculum includes various subjects, such as English, math, science, social studies, language arts and physical education. Cora L. Rice Elementary School is a part of Prince George's County Public Schools.