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05/25/2020

   
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)

School's Out | Memorial Day


HS BREAKING NEWS

Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

Seniors' Message to Younger Peers

Seniors' Collage of CMIT Years


HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Mrs. Cunning's APUSH and AP GoPo Updates

Physical Education is a Graduation Requirement!

Ms. Coholic's Science Classes

Mr. Funk's AP World History and World History

Mrs. Eclevia's Distance Learning Schedule for May 26th to May 29th, 2020

Classwork, Grades and Inquiries - Dr. Clarke


PTO UPDATES

High School General PTO Meeting -- May 28


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CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)
School's Out | Memorial Day
Good morning, Families: In recognition of Memorial Day, schools are closed today and there will be no online instruction. The distance learning schedule will resume tomorrow. Respectfully,

HS Administration
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HS BREAKING NEWS
Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
This week, PGCPS celebrates all of our graduates with an eCelebration this Saturday, May 30 at 7pm and Sunday, May 31 at 12pm. - Saturday, May 30 at 7pm on WJLA 24/7 NEWS (COMCAST 808, FIOS 508, DIRECTV/DISH 8) or CHARGE (OVER THE AIR CHANNEL 7.2) - Sunday, May 31 at 12pm on ABC7 We give special recognition to our valedictorian and salutatorian: - Nasya Anderson, Valedictorian - Phillip Nissen, Salutatorian We are so proud of all of our graduates! Congratulations, Class of 2020!!
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Seniors' Message to Younger Peers
SENIORS MESSAGES TO THEIR YOUNGER PEERS Zoe Lancaster “From freshman year, when you just walk in the door, to senior year when you walk out, capture every moment like it’s your last. So cherish all the hard times, especially while we are all quarantined. Come out of this victorious, and push through!” Peter Thompson “The most important advice that I could tell any student is that consistency is absolutely your key to your success whatever that is.” Sombot Say “Nothing should hold you back and if something is, then I say push through it and don’t let little things like procrastination or laziness get in your way to achieve anything.” Jayla Staunton “For freshmen, take this year seriously as it comes to grades and extracurriculars as this is what starts off your high school and you want to start it off good because if you start it off bad it is hard to bring it up. As for my new sophomores, juniors, and seniors, I need you guys to set good role models! All the time is not play time. High school is more important than it seems. Take advantage of all the opportunities you get... I promise you will regret it if you don’t!” Yusra Bashir-Danfati "You guys need to make the best out of high school. These years will be the best memories of your life before you start your new chapter. Make the most of it. I hope you guys i have the best year next year." Tamia Gaskins "Keep your head high, hopes high, and self grounded. Soon you will be off to great things and inspire who you were yesterday and who you are today." T’aani Swazy "Take people as they are, never try to change them because you wouldn't want anyone trying to change you. Life is like college. Do you, respect yourself, love yourself, and never give up on yourself, because you’ve come too far to give up the battle life is giving.” Kevin Alston "As we all know Coronavirus messed up our last year it was tough, not having, prom, graduation, and any other senior events and not being able to finish my last year of baseball. My overall message is to not mess up your first two years, stay focused, enjoy your time while it last and stay safer and have fun." Camille Fabiyi "Even though for the seniors our high school experience is over, for many of you, you have many years to enjoy high school. Don’t take for granted the moments you have had and will have in high school. Enjoy every moment you have left being highschoolers. Have fun and enjoy highschool. It might be over for the class of 2020 but you all still have time. Stay safe, have fun, and enjoy high school." Adina Robinson "Always remember that you have to do everything that you can to make sure that you do well in school in order to pass to the next level. Sometimes people have things that they're not good at in school, but that doesn't mean you can't try. One of the only subjects I wasn’t very good in is Math, but that doesn’t mean that I stopped trying all together." Madeline Seck "Surround yourself with people who inspire you and are just as hardworking. Take chances. Be the best example of the person your parents raised you to be." Charlyn Adjei-Twum "Positivity can take you a long way in life. Let go of the drama and live in the moment. Don’t let anything stop you from being the best you can be." Mosegunninuoluwa Adewole "To my underclassman peers, although this may not have seen how you saw your one of your years of high school going it’s important to remember that things always get better. Even though this ending of the year and of the season was unexpected, we should take this time to do what you never made time to do. Talk to friends and family more, pick up a new or forgotten habit, and if you can take time to yourself whenever possible." Donovan Perry "To my peers, and younger classmates, stay focused, and absolutely do not take your high school experience for granted. I believe each and every one of you can achieve something beyond your imagination, but it begins now, you must put in the work. With this being said, I appreciate all the teachers who have provided me guidance throughout these four years, I want to thank staff members who have been there for me when I needed them. Trust those around you, work hard, and most importantly, HAVE FUN!" Aniya Terrell "Being in high school you should always work harder than usual. Take the extra step and don't always take the easy route. Make some bounds with the teacher and administration that will help you in the future. The bonds you make now will help you in future."

Mrs. Mace Eclevia Secondary Mathematics Teacher
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Seniors' Collage of CMIT Years
No Memories are Wasted or Forgotten! Check out the CMIT Years Collage made by my Seniors. As much as they will miss their CMIT days, we truly will miss seeing their faces and exchanging everyday chats with them. Good luck, Seniors, on your next chapter in life!

Mrs. Mace Eclevia Secondary Mathematics Teacher
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HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mrs. Cunning's APUSH and AP GoPo Updates
For the remainder of the school year, we will be finishing up the remaining lessons for these courses. The mandatory work will post each morning at 8am and anything that is in purple or blue will be due that night by 11:59pm. Please make sure that you are keeping up with the assignments and let me know if you have any questions. For those who have under a 60%, it is important to make sure these assignments are completed and submitted on time in order to raise your grade and receive a P for the 4th Quarter. I personally want to thank all of the students, and parents, who have kept up with their studies over the past two months. I know that taking an AP course online and having the format being switched on us in April was not something that we anticipated, but I believe everyone did their best to continue with the same cadence we had while we were in the building.

Mrs. Jessica Cunning Social Studies Department Chair
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Physical Education is a Graduation Requirement!
This is a reminder that if you are currently taking Physical Education, it is a graduation requirement; therefore classwork in PE is just as important as any other class. Please reach out to Mr. Snyder if you have any questions or concerns. Parents, I have been posting weekly assignments for all PE classes on my Google Classroom. All assignments are posted by Monday and are due Sunday night by 11:59pm. With only a few weeks left of school, we need to push our students more than ever to make sure they are completing all of their assignments in all classes. Again, if you or your student needs anything, please reach out.

Mr. Snyder
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Ms. Coholic's Science Classes
Hi, Everybody! We're rounding the final curve and heading for the stretch! Remember to keep checking SchoolMax at least once per week. Check ALL of your classes. Contact your teachers (including me) if grades are missing. Also remember, in my classes, Google Classroom will date and time-stamp your submissions and display with your email address. This is how I know if you turned in an assignment or not, and when. BioGeoChem classes will be completing the Virology 'unit.' I hope you are enjoying learning about viral transmission and the difficulties in fighting viruses. I want you to be factual and fearless. I want you to be safe and informed about these things, especially given the current pandemic. Physics will be starting a brief unit on Nuclear Physics - and we'll study radioactive decay and its process at the atomic level. We'll cover some applications of this process that are useful as well. This branch of Physics is useful in engineering, theoretical physics, medicine, and astrophysics. I'll see you all in Wednesday's classes!

Suzanne Coholic High School Science Teacher
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Mr. Funk's AP World History and World History
Dear All, I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. AP WORLD HISTORY Congratulations on taking the AP Exam last Thursday! I am sure that you all did very well. We will meet virtually, via Zoom, this Thursday 5/28 from 11:30-12. I will send out the Zoom link that morning. WORLD HISTORY Our virtual meeting this week will be at the regular time, Thursday 5/28 from 11:00-11:30, via Zoom. I will send out the Zoom link that morning. Please let me know if you have any questions. Best,

Joe Funk jfunk@cmitacademy.org
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Mrs. Eclevia's Distance Learning Schedule for May 26th to May 29th, 2020
Hello Students and Parents, Here is our schedule for the week of May 26 to May 29, 2020 (Mrs. Eclevia’s PreCalculus, Probability and Statistics, and Financial Literacy Classes) May 26th - (Morning) Pre-Recorded Virtual Lessons will be posted in Google Classroom for PreCalculus and Probability and Statistics *Students are expected to study their math lessons everyTuesdays of the week as this day has been assigned by PGCPS and CMIT as Math and Tech Distance Learning May 26th to 29th - Mrs. Eclevia’s Virtual Office Hours will be from 10am to 2pm. You may reach me by posting comments/questions/suggestions/ etc through Google Classroom, Google Hangouts or Google Meet (through GC), ck12,.org Q&A section or email at meclevia@cmitacademy.org May 27th - Due date for Financial Literacy students to submit their online assignments. Assignments have been posted last May 22nd through Google Classroom. May 29th - Due Date for PreCalculus and Probability and Statistics to submit their online assignments. First Assignment will be Practice Exercises from ck12.org. Second Assignment will be showcasing what students learned from lessons of the week. (Watch pre-recorded virtual lessons prior to submitting assignments; make sure to follow instructions and see showcasing videos rubric grading) May 29th- (Morning) Pre-Recorded Virtual Lessons will be posted in Google Classroom for Financial Literacy class. *Students are expected to study their financial literacy lessons every Fridays of the week as this has been assigned by PGCPS and CMIT as STAMP and Electives day. Thank you!

Mrs. Mace Eclevia Secondary Mathematics Teacher
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Classwork, Grades and Inquiries - Dr. Clarke
All grades from weeks 1 to 6 were all updated and uploaded in SchoolMax. This week's work, May 25 to 29, 2020, will be some sort of summary of all the topics that we studied. You must do them through Google form. I put all topics in sections instead of putting them in one whole class work. In this way, it is easier for you to do them through multiple seating or at once. I have sent invitations to everyone who wishes to have office hours with me online if you have any questions about your grades, lesson topic, or anything pertaining to your respective classes. For Biology Class - Topics this week includes 1. Enzymes 2. Properties of Water 3. Organic Compounds 4. The Science of Life (Cell Theory) 5. Homeostasis and Ecology For Medical science Class - Topics this week includes 1. Investigating the Scene 2. Path of Pathogens 3. Disease-causing Microbes Please complete all work on time. I miss teaching you all. Please continue to stay safe and healthy.

Gemma Y. Bognot - CLARKE, Ph.D. Science Teacher Science Teacher Coordinator
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PTO UPDATES
High School General PTO Meeting -- May 28
Dear Parents, The CMIT North PTO - High School will convene a virtual annual meeting on May 28 at 6:30 pm via Zoom only. This meeting will present the slate of candidates for the 2020-21 CMIT North PTO - High School Executive Operations Board for approval by Executive Board. Additional nominations will be selected from the floor for members “eligible for office if they are members in good standing at least 30 calendar days prior to this meeting.” Check your member eligibility for accuracy. If you or someone you know would like to submit their name for a position, they may do so and indicate the position of interest during the annual meeting. This includes parents of 8th grade students who will be attending the high school in the 2020-21 school year. Direct any questions to the CMIT North PTO - High School at information@cmitnorthpto.org or HSinfo@cmitnorthpto.org. Thank you,

CMIT North High School PTO
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