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Chesapeake Math & IT Academy North High School

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09/22/2018

   
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

HS BREAKING NEWS

Follow Us On Twitter!

Excused Absence Notification

Order your 2018-2019 Yearbook Today to Save!

Fall 2018 National Honor Society Applications Open!

National Honor Society Tutoring on Mondays

Golden Tigers, Who’s Ready for FIRST Robotic Competition?

Scholarship Opportunity for 8th-12th Grade Students

ITEC Students Talk Education with John B. King, Jr.

High School Clubs


HS UPCOMING EVENTS

Two-hour Early Dismissal

CULTUREFEST! Nov. 3rd from 10AM-4PM!

Service Opportunity September 30th

Ethnic Youth College Fair - October 14th

CLF Basketball Academy Fall Classes Start on Oct 2nd - Register Now!

George Washington University and UMD Eastern Shore

Senior Photo Retakes - Last Chance 10/8

Service Hours Opportunity October 13

Service Hours Opportunity October 20th

Service Hours Opportunity October 27

Volunteers Needed for CultureFEST!

Athletic Events This Week


HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Service Hours Forms Due October 15

9th Grade Orientation in US History

12th Grade Orientation in College Summit 12


PTO UPDATES

1st General PTO Meeting

Join the PTO


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HS BREAKING NEWS
Follow Us On Twitter!
Are you looking for real-time information about what's going on at CMIT? If so, follow us on Twitter (@CMITAcademy). Look for us! We'll be there.

Tammy Colandrea | Assistant Principal & ITEC Liaison
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Excused Absence Notification
Hello, CMIT Families: Regarding your students attendance, please forward all notifications of student absences to mcurry@cmitacademy.org, or have students bring them in hard copy to the front office. This includes all approved absences. (See the PGCPS Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook for a list of excused absences.)

Regards, Ms. Curry
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Order your 2018-2019 Yearbook Today to Save!
Chesapeake Math and IT Academy High School Yearbooks are on sale in September for only $70! After September 30th, the price will increase by $5 each month until the ordering deadline on January 31st. Please make sure to enter in your child’s full name as well as their grade level when ordering to make it easier to distribute once the book has arrived. Order Online at: https://tinyurl.com/cmithsyearbook18 Yearbook ID Code: 12278719 If you missed out on one of the past two years' book, take advantage of this special offer: 2016-17 Yearbook $5* 2017-18 Yearbook $50* *This price is valid if you purchase the 2018-19 yearbook. If the 2018-19 yearbook is not purchased, the price becomes $10 (2017) and $70 (2018). Available while supplies last.

Mrs. Jessica Cunning - - Yearbook Sponsor
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Fall 2018 National Honor Society Applications Open!
The CMIT National Honor Society would like to invite all eligible juniors and seniors to apply for membership. Students must have a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative GPA to apply as well as meet other criteria as described in the application. If you meet the minimum GPA requirement and are interested in applying, please download the application from this posting (which was also made available via email on September 18th). The deadline for this application is Friday, September 28th and does include two recommendation letters, so it is advised that students look over the application as soon as possible. 10th Grade students will be invited to apply in March. Sincerely, The CMIT National Honor Society

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor
ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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National Honor Society Tutoring on Mondays
The members of National Honor Society will begin their free walk-in tutoring on Mondays from 3:00pm - 4:00pm in the Media Center. Only students receiving tutoring services are permitted to stay during this time. Currently, the members are able to provide tutoring services in the following topics: English 9-12 Biology Chemistry AP Biology US History Government World History Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2 Pre-Calculus AP Calculus Spanish 1 Spanish 2 If there is another subject in which your student would like tutoring, please reach out to Ms. Gaudette and she will see if arrangements can be made.

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor
ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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Golden Tigers, Who’s Ready for FIRST Robotic Competition?
What is the FIRST Robotic Competition? From the outside, the FIRST Robotic Competition (FRC) is a robotics competition for high school level students. Students from across the world will be challenged with a game that robots will compete in. Then, as a team, they must design, build, document, and test their robot for competition season, where their robot will play the revealed game against other teams’ robots. FRC has gotten so big that the organization had to have two world championships to fit all of the teams across the world that qualified. What makes FIRST, the parent organization of four separate robotics competitions, including FRC, different is that the robots are just one aspect of the greater picture. In FIRST, the name of the game is collaboration. The competitions are not about destroying the other team. They are about competing with all you got and helping any team that wants it. What is the point of being number 1 if number 2 could not do their best?  That’s not to say that the competitions are easy, for within the arena, nothing is held back. Come January 5, 2019, the game for that season will be revealed. From that point, all teams only have 6 weeks to design, build, document, and test their robot, and then no one can touch their robot until 24 hours before a competition. The six weeks leading up to competition seasons will be hard. For this reason, FRC pre-season training sessions will be set up for those interested in joining the world of FIRST. Below is a list of some of the tasks needed for a team to succeed in FRC. - Website Creation - Website Management - Website Maintenance - Team Outreach - Digital Design - Digital Media - Programming - Electrical Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - Game Strategist - Safety Captain - Team Ambassadors - Active Human Player - Strategy Assessment - Engineering Journalist Furthermore, there are a lot of scholarships out there that are awarded to students that have attended FIRST (e.g., $2,000 yearly to FIRST students who attend Capitol Technology University). So, Golden Tigers, who’s ready for FRC? Written by Ralph A Stormer III If you want to join the FRC Team, please contact Mr.Bayram at nbayram@cmitacademy.org First in a snapshot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7htc6iHS4mo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2e6gxczMxc FRC kickoff game reveal 2017-18: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMiNmJW7enI Below are the four matches of the festival of champions, where the world champion team of the East Division competed against the world champion team of the West Division. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Q97WO6Zc_U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yLgrtyKD0o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLGY9VxhSr8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7g--yRNd2cM This year's theme revealed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdGgp1NIvL0 Team help for mentor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AIRgD4XBGk

Ralph A Stormer III
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Scholarship Opportunity for 8th-12th Grade Students
Cirkled In is offerring a NEW $2500 scholarship available for students in 8th-12th grade. It’s an easy scholarship to apply for, with no income bracket requirements, no minimum GPA, and no lengthy essay to write. Students can use it for any educational need, such as college tuition (4 year, 2 year, or trade school), books and supplies, even transportation if necessary. It’s free to apply. More information can be found by watching the following YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENcVgvnlMM8&t=3s Note: This scholarship was sent to me by the County, so please take advantage of it!

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor
ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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ITEC Students Talk Education with John B. King, Jr.
On Tuesday, September 11th, a few of our ITEC students gave their voice to a discussion with John B. King, Jr (former US Secretary of Education and President & CEO of The Education Trust) about increasing equity in education. Brian Ndofor represented CMIT and the ITEC program as a participant in a panel discussion with Mr. King, while all students shared in a Q + A session that followed. The exchange highlighted what is working well and what could work better in the systems that move students from high school to college and beyond. Our students presented themselves as forward thinkers and problem solvers and walked away a few tools to help create change.

Tammy Colandrea | Assistant Principal & ITEC Liaison
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High School Clubs
Hello, High School Students and Parents, We are happy to announce that after school club activities will start the first week of October. This year we are offering a variety of extra-curricular club activities. Many of these activities would not be available without our club sponsors such as Capitol Technology University, National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) - Future Innovative Rising Engineers (FIRE), teachers, students and parents. The sign up process is open and will continue until 3pm September 26th. Click the link below for details and club registrations. https://goo.gl/forms/RIvpCbGHAKYWx4Sf2

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HS UPCOMING EVENTS
Two-hour Early Dismissal
Hi CMIT Families! Please mark your calendars. There is a two-hour early dismissal this Friday, September 28, 2018. School will end at 12:45pm, and students will need to be picked up at this time. Respectfully,

Administration
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CULTUREFEST! Nov. 3rd from 10AM-4PM!
Mark Sutherland here with Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation. I know when we last met, we discussed your company's excitement about our six public schools growing to serve 3,300 STEAM students & 5K parents across MD. We do need involvement from our business leaders, families, staff & students. Here at CLF, the spirit of volunteerism and philanthropy is being nurtured because of how it connects to all other areas of business and community. Directly, the biggest mistake we can make is for a false perception that our home office or public schools are elitists. I’m writing to you to let you know that we need volunteers & we need philanthropic support routinely. You’ve noticed our schools, our high standards, and how, even though our students come from random lottery assignments, they rise to meet and exceed expectations. This is not by some miracle or secret recipe. It’s by creating a culture within our school community designed to succeed. There is no guarantee. Have you noticed our innovative approaches are beyond classroom academics? Did you know the construction, operations, renewals, & replications of our public STEM/STEAM schools are accomplished here at CLF? To date, we’ve serviced over $70 million in debt as a non-profit to provide this community’s STEAM academies. Now, for MORE students to continue to maximize their individual potential, for CLF to be able to maintain quality, we know as a business leader and citizens in the same community’s we serve that you would understand and empathize with this reality: staying on top is harder than the climb. That’s why we’re doing things a little different for this year’s 6th Annual CLF CultureFEST. Please let me know if you are able to participate (as little as $150) to secure a vendor booth. Perhaps even just a THEME BASKET to donate for our silent auction (hobbies like golf, or a dinner & movie date night, perhaps a new baby gift basket, or your cool company brand/promos, tech gear, collectibles, rare items that help us draw a crowd, etc.)! Perhaps this is the year we put your company name next to ours for co-sponsor naming rights ($10K) to our harvest-style CLF CultureFEST? Please, help us reach our philanthropic goals for STEAM education programs. Our shared business benefits are already compounding. Come further with us; expand your company’s footprint with our education community! Let’s celebrate our cultures & show folks on Nov. 3 from 10am-4pm that you support MD's #1 public STEAM schools by supporting our annual festival! Remember we at CLF, like all our STEAM schools, are all 501c3 not-for-profits. Know when you give, its totally a tax-write off, too. Please, we really do need our community’s support to sustain success. $1, 1 hour to volunteer, 1 fwd to the right company. Our festival is the platform, but I’m really just asking you to have fun with us in the spirit of thankfulness for the same community’s we live, work, and serve. Find all details attached for quickest Q&A are my event team. Mr. Johnson (djohnson@clfmd.org) handles vendors, graphics, and philanthropy and Mr. Bicer (cbicer@clfmd.org) here is on live performances/music and coordinating with school staff/event volunteers. I’m happy to answer any Qs related to these areas or event info in general towards making sure our two companies work closer together in the future. If nothing else, come to our family-friendly festival. IMPORTANT DATES: Wednesday, Sept. 26: CultureFEST Crew Kick Off Party (Volunteers only) Monday, Oct. 1: 5K Philanthropic Goal Wednesday, Oct. 3: CultureFEST Crew Philanthropic Focus Meet up (Volunteers Only) Monday, Oct. 8: 7K Philanthropic Goal Wednesday, Oct. 10: CultureFEST Crew Meet-Up (Volunteers Only) Wednesday, Oct. 17: CultureFEST Crew Sign Making Workshop (Volunteers Only) Friday, Oct. 19: 10K Philanthropic Goal Wednesday, Oct. 24: Last CultureFEST Crew Meet-Up (Volunteers Only) Friday, Oct. 26: 15K Philanthropic Goal Saturday, Nov. 3: CULTUREFEST! from 10am to 4pm / 20K Philanthropic Goal Wednesday, Oct. 7: CultureFEST Crew Close-Out Party / MakerFEST Volunteer Sign Up (Volunteers Only)

The Office of Community Partnerships CLFPR@CLFMD.ORG
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Service Opportunity September 30th
Trendz & Tressez is a runway show that builds awareness on debilitating diseases. We use what everyone loves, Glitz & Glam to bring the needed attention to daily issues that plague our community. This event is a forum for local talent, designers, models, hair stylists and make-up artists to express themselves, gain exposure for their brands and companies, all while supporting each other and building awareness on cancer & breast cancer. Students and parents who are interested in participating should contact: Chaconda Burrell (240) 470-4008 Email: trendztressez@gmail.com Website: www.trendztressez.com Event Details: September 30th 4-8:00pm, 7832-K Parston Drive, District Heights, MD 20747 Thank you!

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor
ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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Ethnic Youth College Fair - October 14th
Get ConnectEd, LLC is pleased to announce the annual Ethnic Youth College Fair (EYCF) for Minority Students to be held at the Tommy Douglas Conference Center on Sunday, October 14, 2018, from 1:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. The Ethnic Youth College Fair for Minority Students gives African American, Asian, and Latino students, in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, an opportunity to meet with college representatives from across the country and gather pertinent information about the college process as well as plan a course of study for their designated career track. This fair is a great time for minority students to familiarize themselves with a variety of schools, in which they are interested, as well as introduce themselves to schools they might not have previously considered. Some colleges will offer application fee waivers, on-site admissions, and scholarships. Please have senior students come prepared with several copies of their transcripts and SAT/ACT scores! Large/school groups are welcome! Look for the registration link in the next newsletter. Thank you for your support! Ethnic Youth College Fair for Minority Students Date: October 14, 2018 Time: 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm Location: Tommy Douglas Conference Center 10000 New Hampshire Avenue Silver Spring, MD 20903 Cost: FREE (Registration is strongly recommended.) Best, Natalie P. Ross, M.Ed. Get ConnectEd, LLC P.O. Box 1332 Laurel, MD 20725 (240) 583-0199 nperkinsross@getconnectededu.com www.getconnectededu.com

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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CLF Basketball Academy Fall Classes Start on Oct 2nd - Register Now!
Together, your Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation and the Bellucci Basketball Academy announces a partnership to deliver joint solutions designed to improve students basketball skills. Bellucci Basketball Academy, or BBA, is the only basketball training in New York and Maryland that applies techniques used by professional athletes across the country. At BBA, we train basketball fundamentals like shooting, dribbling, and defense and then advance those concepts to include improving speed, agility, reading defenses, and reacting to the play on the court. BBA also specializes in character development BBA is committed to these 3 core values: - BBA trained athletes recognize they cannot be successful on their own. - BBA trained athletes take responsibility for their choices. - BBA trained athletes never quit. At BBA we look forward to sharing our professional experience and secrets of the trade with the goal of developing athletes to their fullest potential. Our programs build confidence, self-esteem, and a wide-ranging skill set that transcend the court and will be beneficial throughout life. Grades 6 - 9 CMIT North Middle and High School 10 sessions at CMIT High and Middle School Gyms **After November 19th, the location will be at the middle school 3:00 - 4:15 pm $165 Tuesdays Oct 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov 13, 20, 27, Dec 4, Dec 11 To register the program go to www.clfadvancedstudies.org/basketball

Cihan Bicer CLF Student Activities Director
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George Washington University and UMD Eastern Shore
On Wednesday, September 26th, we will have an Admissions Representative from George Washington University to speak with our 11th and 12th grade students during 4th period lunch. Students are required to pick up passes by 8:00am on Wednesday if they want to attend. Students who arrive to the session without a pass will be turned away as will any student arriving after 12:00pm (since the session begins at 11:50am). There are only 40 passes available due to the limited seats in the Media Center. On Thursday, September 27th, we will have an Admissions Representative from UMD Eastern Shore to speak with our 11th and 12th grade students during 4th period lunch. Students are required to pick up passes by 8:00am on Thursday if they want to attend. Students who arrive to the session without a pass will be turned away as will any student arriving after 12:00pm (since the session begins at 11:50am). There are only 40 passes available due to the limited seats in the Media Center. UMD Eastern Shore will be conducting on-site admissions for our seniors after the presentation. To participate students must have 1) submitted an online application prior to Thursday 2) have a copy of their official transcript and 3) have their Official Score Report for their SAT/ACT scores printed and available for review. Passes will be available starting Monday.

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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Senior Photo Retakes - Last Chance 10/8
On Monday, October 8th, Lifetouch-Prestige will be here to take make-up Senior Portraits. If your son/daughter did not come in August, this is the last chance to have these photos taken at school. Any photos taken after this date may arrive in time to use in the yearbook. Please make sure to reach out to their English teacher, their Class Sponsor, Ms. Cline or see the list outside of Mrs. Cunning's room, 218, for their scheduled time.

Mrs. Jessica Cunning
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Service Hours Opportunity October 13
Hello, my name is Kevin Moore. I’m the Co-Chairman of the Lake Arbor Foundation Inc.’s (LAFI) 5K Race. LAFI (www.thelafi.org) is a non-profitable 503c community-based organization which sponsors numerous community programs such as Summer Youth Enrichment Camp, Swimming Club, etc. For the past several years, LAFI has sponsored a 5K Race/Walk around the Lake Arbor community. It a family-fun event which caters toward both the hard-core athlete and “couch potato.” This is the 6th Annual event; this year's event will be held on Saturday, October 13th at 8:00am. I am looking for student volunteers for the event. They will serve as registration assistants, course marshals, time keepers, etc. Typically, these students will earn 3-4 community hours. In the past, we have “pulled” student volunteers from neighborhood high schools like Charles Flowers and Largo High Schools, which are geographically close to the Lake Arbor community. However, we will be grateful with any student volunteer regardless of their high school affiliation. We need 10-15 student volunteers. They need to arrive around 7:30am on Saturday, Oct 13 at 1399 Golf Course Drive, Mitchellville, MD. Thank you in advance of your support and interest. Looking forward to hearing from you. To volunter, contact: Joe Burno 301-442-7333 lafi@thelafi.org

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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Service Hours Opportunity October 20th
The Upper Marlboro Community Emergency Response Team will be hosting a clean-up of the School House Pond on Saturday October 20th from 8am-12pm. Location: 14100 Governor Oden Bowie Drive, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Contact Person to Register: Wanda Leonard, President 240-554-7093 or WLeonard@UpperMarlboroMD.gov

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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Service Hours Opportunity October 27
Interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, or Math? Then STEAMfest is the perfect opportunity for you. Join us on Saturday, October 27, 10 am - 3 pm, at Show Place Arena. Volunteers will assist with event set-up/break-down, greeting patrons, and helping with workshops. This volunteer opportunity is approved for Prince George's County Public Schools student service learning hours. Minimum age is 15 years old. For more information and to sign up, visit https://ec.samaritan.com/recruiter/index.php?class=OppDetails&recruiterID=1543&oppGuid={EBF49F5F-D2DC-499C-9F07-90FED29EB561}. Teresa Gardner-Williams, CVA Volunteer Services & Community Partnerships Manager Public Affairs and Marketing Division Department of Parks and Recreation The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission 7833 Walker Drive, Suite 110 Greenbelt, MD 20770 301-446-3321 direct 301-446-3301 fax 301-446-3402 TTY teresa.gardner-w@pgparks.com / www.pgparks.com

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor
ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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Volunteers Needed for CultureFEST!
Volunteer Form: https://www.clfadvancedstudies.org/culturefest Please complete the form and contact Mr. Dennis Johnson to volunteer: djohnson@clfmd.org He is available from September 24th-October 26th during the normal school day to offer open volunteer periods. The official CultureFEST Crew Kick-Off Meeting is September 26th from 2:30-4:30pm at the CLF Central Office. During these volunteer periods, students may be asked to pick up and deliver flyers to local businesses, help maintain spreadsheets, undergo PR training, lead small teams, bolster social media awareness, etc. CultureFEST is still in the planning phases, all suggestions, ideas, skills & help are welcome!

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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Athletic Events This Week
This Week's Schedule SOCCER | Girls & Boys Varsity Game Date: Monday, September 24, 2018 Girls Start Time: 3:00pm Boys Start Time: 4:45pm Away vs. Fairmont Heights Senior High School SOCCER | Boys & Girls Varsity Game Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018 Boys Start Time: 3:00pm Girls Start Time: 4:45pm Home vs. International School at Largo

HS Athletic Department
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HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Service Hours Forms Due October 15
All forms from summer services hours are due to Ms. Gaudette by October 15th. Forms can be found in Ms. Gaudette's office or on the CMIT website (as well as linked here): http://cmitacademy.org/highschool/student-service-learning-hours/.

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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9th Grade Orientation in US History
Thank you to all of our 9th grade US History students, Ms. Lee, and Ms. Cunning for welcoming me into their classrooms while I talked to them about how to succeed in high school and fulfill all of their graduation requirements. Attached is the presentation I used for the session - feel free to go back to it for reference and email me if you have any questions! Action Items after the Presentation for our 9th grade students were: 1. Students should email Ms. Gaudette to get their personal SchoolMax Login - they shouldn’t just be using their parents login information 2. Students should email Ms. Gaudette to set up their Naviance Account - she will send the login information for that to students once they email her 3. Students should set up their College Greenlight account and be sure to link their account to CMIT Academy North as well as select Ms. Gaudette as their counselor for their Account 4. Students may email Ms. Gaudette with any questions they have following this presentation!

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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12th Grade Orientation in College Summit 12
This week, I went into College Summit 12 classes to talk to our seniors about their Graduation Requirements and College Applications. We discussed all of the upcoming deadlines and events. Attached is the presentation I used for the session - feel free to go back to it for reference and email me if you have any questions! Action Items after the Presentation for our 12th Grade Seniors were: -Save the Date for the College Knowledge Workshop on Sunday, September 30th -Add at least 4 colleges to Naviance by October 1st -Send at least 2 Recommendation Requests to Teachers on Naviance by October 1st -Match Common App accounts to Naviance accounts by October 1st -Save the Date for the Financial Aid and FAFSA Workshop on Wednesday, October 3rd

Natalie Gaudette, Professional School Counselor ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
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PTO UPDATES
1st General PTO Meeting
Please join us for our 1st CMIT North PTO Meeting for the year. Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018 Time: 6:30pm - 8:00pm Location: CMIT Middle School, 6100 Frost Place, Laurel, MD 20707 Call in Option Below: 1. Dial In to the Conference (United States): (515) 739-1454 Access Code: 531867 International Dial-in Numbers: https://www.freeconferencecall.com/wall/cmitnorthpto#international 2. Join Online Meeting: Online Meeting Link: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/cmitnorthpto Online Meeting ID: cmitnorthpto Online Instructions: At the scheduled date and time of the meeting, dial in to the conference line. When prompted, enter the access code followed by hash (#). To join the online meeting, click the online meeting link and follow the prompts. For questions please contact the following: General - information@cmitnorthpto.org Membership - membership@cmitnorthpto.org Fundraising - fundraising@cmitnorthpto.org Class of 2019 (Graduation Packages) - Classof2019@cmitnorthpto.org

Thank you,
CMIT North PTO
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Join the PTO
The CMIT North PTO is excited to welcome everyone to the 2018-2019 school year! As our membership campaign continues, we encourage all parents and staff members to join the PTO to support the important work that we do. The two-step process can be found by visiting the link below. Use this direct link to join online: http://www.cmitnorthpto.org/join-online.html For those of you that signed up during Back to School Night, please complete your membership application by visiting the link above. Thank you, CMIT North PTO Membership Committee membership@cmitnorthpto.org

Thank you, CMIT North PTO
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