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02/14/2016

   
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CMIT BREAKING NEWS (SCHOOLWIDE)

2016-2017 Re-Enrollment

CLF STEM Fair

CMIT Hosts Youth and Government State Training Conference

Saturday Academy Continues

SCIENCE OLYMPIAD PREPARATIONS

CMIT-NORTH TOOK THE 2ND PLACE IN THE SCIENCE OLYMPIAD

CyberPatriots Update

Team Rocketry Challenge (TARC)

CMIT Tigers Robotics Team

CMIT Tigers Compete in Chess Tournament

Black History

Kuk Sool Won Tournament Results


CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)

CMIT Spring Bowling League

Laser Tag Date Change

PTO Meeting Schedule


MS BREAKING NEWS

Middle School Cricket

Reading Tips for Parents

7th Grade Students of the Week

8th grade Students of the Week


HS BREAKING NEWS

FREE SAT PREP FOR JUNIORS

PARRC Prep Fridays

Flint Water Crisis

SAT & ACT Test Dates & Registration Deadlines


MS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Middle School Social Studies Announcements

Ms. Rooney's Math 8 Scoop

Mr. Dokur's CLP Updates

Ms. Cracovaner's Social Studies Updates


HS UPCOMING EVENTS

NSBE TRY-MATH-A-LON CONTEST

Prince George's Community College - Dual Enrollment Information Session

New LSN Government HSA Prep program


HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

AP CALCULUS LOCK-IN

Please no food or drinks


FAQs
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CMIT BREAKING NEWS (SCHOOLWIDE)
2016-2017 Re-Enrollment

It is time to re-enroll your child for the 2016-2017 academic year. Please complete the form below, which will require your child's PGCPS ID number. A separate submission form for each student is required. If your child will not be returning to CMIT next school year, please include the school he/she will be attending. The deadline to complete the re-enrollment form is 11:59 p.m., February 15, 2016.

Please click the link below:

https://docs.google.com/a/cmitacademy.org/forms/d/1hg-g4lga7HI6dvPEkJjCZh-vG1K4D5SMlCaq4vAmQoI/viewform

CMIT Registrar
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CLF STEM Fair
We celebrate achievements of all CMIT-North students who participated in CLF Schools STEM Fair.

Middle School Winners

Jaylon Virgil - 1st Place in Engineering
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mi2pIfjrYJ4&feature=em-upload_owner

CJ Obizu - 1st Place in Physics
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqbWxZmRWro&feature=em-upload_owner

Mathew Miller – Behavioral & Social Science 2nd place

Delena Turner – Chemistry 2nd place

Alston Georges – Physics 3rd place

High School Winners

Carlea Williams-Locks - Microbiology 1st place

Ogechi Obizuo - Behavioral Science 3rd place


CMIT-North Administration
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CMIT Hosts Youth and Government State Training Conference
For the third year in a row, CMIT-North has hosted the annual Youth and Government Training Conference. Over 150 students attended from all over Maryland. Youth and Government is a YMCA/YWCA sponsored event that draws students from all over the state. These students train to act as a simulated government, which is held in Annapolis during the spring. This program gives students a glimpse into the government process from the inside. Participating students will create legislation and politic to have their bills passed in the legislature, or run for youth governor, report on events in the capital as a member of the press, lobby legislators for bills they are passionate about, or argue cases in a judicial moot court. Whatever branch they choose, this is an awesome opportunity to interface with professionals in government and explore possible future careers. During this years training we had a member of the Maryland State Legislature, a professional lobbyist a member of the press, and two working attorneys join us. The students are all excited and ready for Annapolis later this year.

James Screven
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Saturday Academy Continues
Saturday Academy has resumed last week. We are currently concentrating on building skills that closes the gap in learning that scholars may have missed during the week. Scholars also practice these skills with grade level instructors, which will enable them to become proficient and advance in the content area being taught.

Jennifer Jackson
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SCIENCE OLYMPIAD PREPARATIONS
CMIT-N MS and HS Teams are getting ready for the Big Day...

Nuri Bayram
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CMIT-NORTH TOOK THE 2ND PLACE IN THE SCIENCE OLYMPIAD
Congratulations! CMIT-North Science Olympiad Team did a great job in the Science Olympiad Tournaments on Saturday.

CMIT-North participated in Science Olympiad in both Middle and High School Category on Saturday Feb 20th, 2016 at University of Maryland at College Park. The CMIT-N Middle School Tigers won 6 Gold, 1 Silver, 5 Bronze medals, 1 4th place and took the 2nd place in overall score as a team in Science Olympiad Regional Tournament.

Many thanks to all staff, students and parents for making the Science Olympiad another great success.

Go Tigers...

CMIT ACADEMY NORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL REGIONAL SCIENCE OLYMPIAD -RESULTS
2ND PLACE IN OVERALL / TEAM CATEGORY
____Event and Category Names_________________Students
1 Anatomy Life, Personal & Social Science - Pamela Ikegwu, Matthew Miller
2 Bio-Process Lab Life, Personal & Social Science - Arya Pawar, Joshua Ikegwu 3RD PLACE
3 Crave the Wave Physical Science & Chemistry - John Ikegwu, Joshua Ikegwu 1ST PLACE
4 Crime Busters Physical Science & Chemistry - Haris Chaudry, Jeffrey Greer
5 Disease Detectives Life, Personal & Social Science - Haris Chaudry
6 Dynamic Planet Earth & Space Science - Matthew Miller, Kevin Le 2ND PLACE
7 Experimental Design Inquiry & Nature of Science - Arya Pawar, Matthew Miller, Haris Chaudry
8 Food Science Physical Science & Chemsitry - Jeffrey Greer, Brian Ndofor 4TH PLACE
9 Fossils Earth & Space Science - Ekundayo Omokanwaye, Oladipo Omokanwaye
10 Green Generation Life, Personal & Social Science - Pamela Ikegwu, Reina Finch
11 Invasive Species Life, Personal & Social Science - Joshua Ikegwu, Alexander Dulce
12 Meteorology Earth & Space Science - Haris Chaudry, Matthew Miller 1ST PLACE
13 Reach for the Stars Earth & Space Science - Favour Fatusin, Alexander Dulce 3RD PLACE
14 Road Scholar Earth & Space Science - Jeffrey Greer, Brian Ndofor 1ST PLACE
15 Wind Power Physical Science & Chemistry - Haris Chaudry, Kevin Le 3RD PLACE
16 Write It Do It Inquiry & Nature of Science - Arya Pawar, Kevin Le 3RD PLACE
17 Air Trajectory Physical Science & Chemistry - Reina Finch, Alexander Dulce 3RD PLACE
18 Bottle Rocket Technology & Engineering - Ekundayo Omokanwaye, Oladipo Omokanwaye 1ST PLACE
19 Bridge Building Technology & Engineering - John Ikegwu, Joshua Ikegwu 1ST PLACE
20 Elastic Launched Glider Technology & Engineering - Favour Fatusin, Kevin Le
21 Mission Possible Technology & Engineering - Arya Pawar, Brian Ndofor
22 Picture This Inquiry & Nature of Science - Arya Pawar, Haris Chaudry 1ST PLACE
23 Scrambler Technology & Engineering - Jeffrey Greer, Brian Ndofor
24 SumoBot Trial Technology & Engineering - Ekundayo Omokanwaye, Oladipo Omokanwaye

Please follow this link for pictures from the Science Olympiad: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BxQtcxJbpqOMS3FvQTl3clZxVlU&usp=sharing


MSO competitions are like academic track meets, consisting of a series of 23 team events. Each year, the selected subset of events is rotated to reflect the ever-changing nature of genetics, earth science, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, astronomy, mechanical engineering and technology. By combining events from all disciplines, Science Olympiad encourages a wide cross-section of students to get involved. Emphasis is placed on active, hands-on, group participation.

For more information please follow the link:
https://marylandscienceolympiad.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=71&Itemid=411

Nuri Bayram
Program Coordinator
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CyberPatriots Update
This year, CMIT North added CyberPatriot to its lists of Academic driven clubs. CyberPatriot is a cyber security competition, developed by Northrup Grumman and administered by the Air Force and Department of Homeland Security. In this competition students compete with schools across the nation in simulated cyber attacks. It has been an amazing year watching our students use the computer skills they learned at CMIT as well as the new skills they obtained from competing. After several rounds in the fall, CMIT was categorized a gold level competitor. The CMIT team completed the years competition by advancing up to, but not competing in, the state/national competition level. Although, we are done for this year we begin the process of preparing for next year in hopes of winning the state title and competing nationally. Please join me in congratulating our Cyber Patriot team for their hard work in representing our school.

James Screven
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Team Rocketry Challenge (TARC)
Mr. Brooks along with Ms. Pettus and Ms. Graham have been working diligently with CMIT High School students to compete in the TARC National Rocket Team competition. The TARC National Rocket Team competition is a competition where kids from across the country compete in rocket building. This years challenge is to build a rocket that carries eggs to an altitude of 850 feet. For more information please visit http://rocketcontest.org/

Jared Brooks
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CMIT Tigers Robotics Team
Hi All, CMIT Academy Robotics Team, CMIT TIGERS, participated in the FLL (First Lego League) competition at Prince George Community College. Each member of the team put their maximum efforts and worked very hard to do best. Even though it was our first time, we scored higher than 15 teams out of 23. We met and worked at the school even during the week schools were closed. I would like to thank to the parents and students for their support and hardworking. We will start working very soon for next competitions. Also, you can find the information from the link below about FLL Competitions; http://www.firstlegoleague.org/challenge

CMIT Robotics
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CMIT Tigers Compete in Chess Tournament
On February 6th, three members of the chess team travelled to Baltimore, Maryland to compete in the Greater Mid Atlantic Chess Championships. Representing CMIT North were Aggrey Barnes, Phillip Nissen and Matthew Godshall who placed 13th in his division individually.

Congratulations!
CMIT Chess
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Black History
Black History Month, or National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by Black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. The event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans. Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. Other countries around the world, including Canada and the United Kingdom, also devote a month to celebrating black history.

This is a link to give you additional information regarding Black history Icons: http://www.history.com/topics/black-history/black-history-month

Here at CMIT North we are working with our students by content areas. Below is a list of what teachers will be working on with their students this month to honor Black History Month.


Person Activity
Jesse Ernest Wilkins Jr. Research Jesse Ernest Wilkins Jr.'s contributions to math and create a "facebook" page on him

Africa - American  in Science and Technology Research Project - Individual Choice - Africa American in Science and Technology

Afro Latinos Research famous Afro Latinos and their contributions to both Latino and black culture

African-American Scientists & Inventors Project: Black History Scrapbook
Vivien Thomas Movie and Projects

Benjamin Banneker Discuss the impact Benjamin Banneker had on mathematics

Madame C.J. Walker

Langston Hughes Analyze the poetry of Langston Hughes and discuss it's impact on the Harlem Renaissance

Jacob Lawrence (Harlem Ren. Artist) Discussion and Critique of Lawerence's Artwork

African American architects Creating homes in the style of African American architects

Jackie Robinson 7th- How did Robinson uphold Gandhi/King's concept of civil disobedience? 8th-How did Robinson's actions uphold his constitutional rights?

Jackie Robinson Scrapbook

Matthew Henson Design a website

Famous African American Mathematicians & their contributions Project and presentation

Jim Crow Facts

HBCU Graduation Rates

Bill Pickett Black Cowboy & Black Rodes open discussion on Bill pickett (Black Cowboy to be inducted into the National Rodeo Cowboy hall of fame) and how the cowboy is fading away except for rodeos still going on in today's society.

Technology Game Changers in Black History (20 people) Each day, students will learn about a different one.

George Washington Carver-Peanut Scientist Reading and Vocabulary Activity

Martin Luther King Jr. Analyze Dr. Kings I have a dream speech, students will write their own speech about something they wish they could change in the world they live in today.

Maya Angelou Analyze the poetry of Maya Angelou discuss how imagery can be used to represent ideas, themes and periods of history
African American Athletes

Jesse Owens - His fight for Civil rights and racial equity.

African American Inventors and Scientists... Mini Research projects and presentations to connect with our upcoming novel

African American Inventors and Scientists.

Natiqua Riley
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Kuk Sool Won Tournament Results
Martial Arts Tournament held at CMIT Elementary - snow date Jan. 30th 2016

Kuk Sool Won of Washington DC Area is held its annual intramural tournament at CMIT Elementary on Saturday January 30, 2016. Students from the CMIT Academy and CMIT Elementary martial arts club participated in this tournament.

Tournament Results Below
Top White Belt- Yellow Stripe
Nygeal Wood

Darren Fulmore
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CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)
CMIT Spring Bowling League
The CMIT Spring Bowling league is getting ready to start. We will begin bowling on March 11th at 7:00pm at the AMF Laurel Lanes. We will bowl on the following Fridays: Mar 11, Mar 18, Apr 8, Apr 15, Apr 22, May 6, May 13, May 20. We will have open bowl and our awards ceremony on Jun 3. There is space for 36 bowlers (6 teams of 6). If you are interested, please contact Jeanne Igoe, jkigy@comcast.net. Provide the name(s) of any bowlers and an email address you can be reached at. These sessions are a great chance for students, staff, and parents to meet and socialize. Hope you can join us.

Jeanne Igoe
jkigy@comcast.net
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Laser Tag Date Change

Laser Tag

The PTO will be sponsoring a fun night of laser tag has been moved to Thursday March 24, 2016 from 4-8pm. Middle and High school students are welcome. Checks can made out to the PTO and cash is also accepted. The cut off date is 3/01/2016. Please give all money labeled with student name and sessions they will attend to Mr. Brooks in an envelope and bring it to room 165.

XP Laser Sport
4705 Baltimore Avenue, Laurel, MD 20707
4-5 pm Session 1
5-6 pm Session 2
6-7 pm Session 3
7-8 pm Session 4

$20 For 1 Session
$30 For 2 sessions

If you have questions please contact jbrooks@cmitacademy.org

PTO

Jared Brooks

Jared Brooks
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PTO Meeting Schedule
CMIT North Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) meets monthly to discuss school related topics and plan events for our students. All are welcome to attend, provide input, raise concerns, etc. Meetings are held at the school in the Media Center and joining via online is available.

CMIT North PTO Meeting Schedule 2016

Thursday, March 10th 6:30 PM Executive Board Meeting
Thursday, April 14th 6:30 PM Executive Board Meeting
Thursday, May 12th 6:30 PM Annual PTO Meeting
Thursday, June 9th 6:30 PM Board Transition Meeting

Questions? Contact the PTO at information@cmitnorthpto.org

CMIT North PTO
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MS BREAKING NEWS
Middle School Cricket
We currently have 8 players registered for the cricket team so we need 7 more to complete our roster. The registration deadline is fast approaching on February 19th. Please Contact Coach Sham if you are interested! kchotoo@usersystems.com

Bailey Lawrence
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Reading Tips for Parents
YOU ARE NEVER TOO OLD TO SHARE READING!!!!!
1. Show your scholar that reading is fun. Laugh out loud; make comments; Share what you read that is intriguing and enjoyable.

2. Encourage your scholar to create a comfortable setting for reading. A favorite snack or CD, comfortable clothes, a quiet corner can enhance reading pleasure.

3. Read and enjoy the same books, magazines, and newspapers. Talk about how these readings remind you of something in your life. Ask about connections your scholar makes to what is being read.

4. Read parts or all of the novels and textbooks your scholars uses at school. Ask your scholar to tell you about the best or worst parts.

5. Give a gift subscription to a magazine that holds lots of interest, one that your scholar wants to read cover to cover.

6. Allow your scholar to put a reading down if it is too difficult. Reading for pleasure should be at an independent level.

7. When reading difficult books, read the text aloud or read together. Reread, if needed, to make what is read understandable. Talk about what is hard to understand. Encourage asking for help.

8. Books on tape can open a world of classic literature your scholar is mature enough to understand and enjoy buy may find too challenging to read independently. Listen and enjoy together.

9. Expand your scholars reading world. Ask your librarian for titles of the newest in adolescent literature.

10. Catch each other reading!!!! Reading is everywhere; and the more we practice the better readers we all become.

Reading 20-30 minutes daily can increase your SAT score by 200-300 points instantly.

Natiqua Riley
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7th Grade Students of the Week
This week's super 7th graders are...


Paris Akyeampong and Dillon Harvey of William & Mary.

Paris is an exceptional student who consistently produces quality work in all of her courses

Dillon is a kind and conscientious student who is always willing to help and participate.

Congratulations Paris and Dillon!

The 7th Grade Team
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8th grade Students of the Week
The 8th grade team would like two recognize two students who are working hard this quarter and are great examples for their peers.

Anthony Gonzalez from CalTech is a motivated young man who is newly focused and determined to do well. He helps his peers with technology as well as assignments, is patient with everyone, and assists his teachers with small tasks throughout the week. Great job, Anthony!

Nasya Anderson from USNA is an exemplary student who never allows her peers to be a distraction to her. She enters class with a mind to learn and maintains this goal throughout the period...in every class. Thank you, Nasya, for setting such a great example for your peers!

8th grade teachers
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HS BREAKING NEWS
FREE SAT PREP FOR JUNIORS
CMIT is a college prep school. It is clearly defined in CLF’s vision statement, as “Our vision is to provide multiple opportunities for youth to prepare for post secondary education in a variety of fields of study in order to pursue professional careers”. I believe in not only all of our students can get into a four-year degree program after the graduation but also they can successfully complete it and be effective later in their career.
College application is a multi-layered process. In a recent study they asked college admission officers what is more important in getting into a college? (Hurley, & Hawkins, 2013). The percentages indicate the importance of each level.
1. (82.3%.) Grades in college prep courses (AP, IB and honors courses)
2. (65%)Strength of curriculum
3. (56.1%)Admission test scores (SAT, ACT)
4. (49.8)Grades in all courses
5. (19.7)Essay and writing sample

As you can see the grades are very important and taking rigorous courses in high school plays an important role if you are considering very selective colleges. I am confident in our High School curriculum. Then comes the test scores which is the main reason for this news blurb.

Most juniors (11th grade students) take SAT on the spring semester so that they can get scores on time and apply to colleges at the beginning of their senior year. Looking at College Board’s website I found two test dates; May 7 and June 4 that you can register for. This will give us enough time to be prepared. (https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register/dates-deadlines)

I am going to offer a FREE SAT prep course after school for those 11th grade students who registered for one of the dates above. It will be on Tuesdays from 3:05pm to 4:15pm in room 153.

Here is the link for registering to the course.

www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0A4CAAA62EA0FF2-satprep

This course is free but feel free donate healthy snacks and drinks.

Ferhat Avsar
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PARRC Prep Fridays
CMIT North High School has started PARCC Prep Fridays! Each Friday, students will spend 2 periods completing a math or English task to help prepare for the PARCC.

On Friday, February 5th, students completed a math task that covered writing equations and inequalities to model a situation during periods 1 and 2. It gave students a good insight to the types of questions on the PARCC math test.

"The experience was challenging, but insightful and rewarding!" -Kaijah Wilson, 10th grade

"It is great to know that all of our teachers and staff are pushing us to succeed on the PARCC." -Taylor Baucum, 9th grade

Next week, students will be working on an English task during periods 3 and 4.

CMIT North HS Team
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Flint Water Crisis
If you are not aware, there has been a lead spilling in the water in Flint, Michigan making it hazardous for the people to drink or use the water for any purpose. Over the past week, students donated water cases to send over to Flint, Michigan to help. We thank all staff, students, and parents for their contributions. For more information on the crisis visit http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/how-flint-water-got-poisonous_us_569907f5e4b0b4eb759e1426?section=green.

Jared Brooks
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SAT & ACT Test Dates & Registration Deadlines
When to Take the SAT - Most students take the SAT during their junior or senior year of high school. At least half of all students take the SAT twice in the spring as a junior and in the fall as a senior. Most students improve their score the second time they take the SAT. Learn more about when to take the SAT - https://sat.collegeboard.org/register/when-to-take-sat

Go to this website to register for the SAT exam - https://sat.collegeboard.org/register/


The next ACT registration deadline is March 4th for the April 9th test date. Go to this website to register for the exam - http://www.actstudent.org/regist/

Learn more about when to take the ACT - http://www.actstudent.org/faq/whentest.html

Brenden Gegwich
School Counselor
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MS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Middle School Social Studies Announcements
National History Day

Thanks to all students, staff, and parents who helped make this year's National History Day projects and presentations a success! We will be inviting category winners to participate in March's PG County History Competition soon.


Black History Month Extra Credit

As part of CMIT North's celebration of Black History Month, students are invited to participate in Scholastic and Major League Baseball's 2016 Breaking Barriers Essay Contest. Students who write an essay that responds to the following prompt and provide proof of their essay's submission to the contest can earn extra credit in their Social Studies classes. Students must write about the following topic:

Write an essay about a barrier that you have faced. Explain how you used one or more of Jackie Robinson's nine values to face this barrier.

Please see the provided link for more resources and details. All essays must be submitted to students' Social Studies teachers NO LATER THAN Monday Feburary 29th.

http://www.scholastic.com/breakingbarriers/teachers/

Ms. Cracovaner & Ms. Lash
Middle School Social Studies Depart
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Ms. Rooney's Math 8 Scoop
As the third quarter takes off, I wanted to send out a few reminders about my class and ways that your student can be successful in my class.

Ways Math 8 students can be successful:
1. Complete and turn in all assignments fully and on time
2. Practice the material outside of class to really make it stick!
3. Stay focused and ask questions during all of class.
4. Always TRY and make an attempt. Mistakes are proof that you are trying.
5. Use and apply ALL resources given — notes, foldables, study guides, activities, IXL, Google, videos, Ms. Rooney, etc.

Class Reminders:
1. Tutoring/Extra Help: Every Monday from 3-4
2. Lunch Meetings: every Tuesday and Wednesday (can no longer do Friday’s) students can come in and work on math!
3. IXL practice — every student has access to extra practice on skills we are learning in class AND skills previously learned. Students need to take advantage of IXL when at home and on their own!
4. Check School Max to stay informed on your student’s progress in my class as grades are updated on a weekly basis.

Students in my class are continuously being assessed. So, anything and everything that we do one day needs to be applied the next day and the day after that.

I stress to students all the time that just doing work in class will not help fully comprehend Math 8 content. They need to continuously do extra practice on their own and come in with a stronger grasp of what we learned than the day before. Practice really does make practice, especially in math.

Ms. Rooney
Math Teacher
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Mr. Dokur's CLP Updates
Our CLP program continues after snowy days. We went to play Laser Tag with my CLP students last week and we had a lot of fun together. We are planning to organize a visit to the University of Maryland in coming weeks. We will visit Electrical Engineering department and learn about Quantum optic. Students will have chance to see real lab environment and see a demonstration in experimental physic.

Ahmet Dokur
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Ms. Cracovaner's Social Studies Updates
7th Grade

We will be finishing up our study of the history of East Asia this week with an investigation of the effects of World War II on China, Japan, and Korea.


8th Grade

This week there will be a test on U.S. Civics and the Constitution. Study guides have been posted on Edmodo. Tests will be administered in class on the following dates:

Tuesday February 16th- CalTech & Penn
Wednesday February 17th- Yale & Dartmouth
Thursday February 18th- Brown
Friday February 19th- USNA

We will then begin our study of the early American Republic with a group project. More details to come.

Please contact Ms. Cracovaner with any questions, comments, or concerns at acracovaner@cmitacademy.org

Ms. Cracovaner
Middle School Social Studies Teacher & Department Chair
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HS UPCOMING EVENTS
NSBE TRY-MATH-A-LON CONTEST
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) will have their convention on March 23-27 in Boston, MA. Several CMIT-N high school students were invited to complete at TMAL (MATH-A-LON) this year. This is a really great event that will include STEM competitions; STEM, leadership, and entrepreneurial workshops; a college tour; fun and much more. Thank you to Mr. Davis, our parents volunteer and NSBE contact to organize this exciting event for our students. We wish good luck to those who will compete at this national event.

Ferhat Avsar
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Prince George's Community College - Dual Enrollment Information Session
Prince George’s Community College is hosting two Dual Enrollment Information Sessions to provide information for Summer and Fall 2016 enrollment. The event information is below.

Event: PGCC Dual Enrollment Information Session (open to all, no RSVP required)

Dates: Wednesday, February 10 and Wednesday, April 13

Time: 6:30pm

Location: Rennie Forum in the Largo Student Center on PGCC’s Largo Campus

Please visit this website for more information about the Dual Enrollment Program, http://www1.pgcps.org/dualenrollment/

Brenden Gegwich
School Counselor
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New LSN Government HSA Prep program
Starting Tuesday and Through mid May, students will be meeting Tuesday and Thursday Afternoons, between 3:00 and 4:00 PM for Government HSA Prep. This prep program will ready our students for the Government HSA Exam through intensive study of the material and methods for passing the Government HSA. This is open to all present and former LSN Government students who need to pass the exam. Please feel free to contact the instructor at jscreven@cmitacademy.org to register your student.

James Screven
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HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
AP CALCULUS LOCK-IN
We will have academic nights (Lock-in) every other Friday until the official AP Calculus test date (May 5, 2016). My goal is to have several full length AP practices before students take the real exam.The program is supported by college students from University of Maryland (my former students). Please make sure you child attend to the programs as much as possible . We will have in average of 3 hours of AP Calculus study and then students will enjoy fun activities for the rest of the night.

Ferhat Avsar
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Please no food or drinks
This is a friendly reminder that there is no food or drinks permitted in class. Students have received both a verbal warning in class and a written warning via Edmodo. Students are aware that food needs to be consumed in the cafeteria and failure to comply will result in detention. I thank you for your cooperation with this matter and if you have any questions or concerns, please contact me.


Thank you,

Srta. Stacie Young
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