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12/14/2020

   
 
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CMIT BREAKING NEWS (SCHOOLWIDE)

Debate Team members place in the Top 5 for the Novice Category at WUDL Winter Debate Tournament

AYO-OLUWA GRACE AKINLADE, Top 1 Winner of the CMIT’s Green School of the MAEOE - REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINTS ARTS AND ESSAY

NIYAH BELTON, Top 2 Winner of the CMIT’s Green School of the MAEOE - REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINTS ARTS AND ESSAY CONTEST

JOYCELY AJIBOYE, Top 3 Winner of the CMIT’s Green School of the MAEOE - REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINTS ARTS AND ESSAY CONTEST

Service Hours

2020 CLF Newsletter Fall Edition


CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)

CMIT STEAM VIRTUAL FAIR IS ON


HS BREAKING NEWS

UKULELE Orchestra of CMIT - Everyone must Push their Music!


EXTRACURRICULARS

Need Help? CMIT Tutorial & Academic Services (CTAS) is Here to Assist You

COMIC CLUB - COVID DRAWINGS

VEX Robotics Club Updates

Online Skills for Business Club

Mathmagicians Club


DEPARTMENT UPDATES

Social Studies Department


GRADE LEVEL UPDATES

Greetings From Your Class of 2022 SGA!

Service Learning Opportunities


HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Understanding our World

Computer Science Updates

AP US History and AP US Government and Politics

Math & Art Reflections

Dr. Clarke's Environmental Science Class


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CMIT BREAKING NEWS (SCHOOLWIDE)
Debate Team members place in the Top 5 for the Novice Category at WUDL Winter Debate Tournament
The Debate Team competed at the Washington Urban Debate League's Winter tournament on Dec. 12, 2020. Students woke up early and spent the day attending a workshop to learn more about debate and competing in three debate rounds. All of the students who competed received "undefeated" marks and won all three rounds of their debates! This placed them in the top 5 teams for the tournament's Novice division. At the tournament, students debated the topics: Police reform as an end to police brutality; Elimination of School Resource Officers as a way to prevent the school-to-prison pipeline. 2nd Place Novice Team award: Shawn Kelly and Precious Sobowale 3rd Place Novice Team award: Paris Burgess and Dailyn Wray 4th Place Novice Team award: Makeda Daring and Chelsea Ayitey-Adjin 5th Place Novice Team award: Jayden Russell and Cameron Rogers 7th Place Novice Speaker award: Precious Sobowale New debate team members Miguel Queen, Sapri Sise, and William Ross were also at the tournament to participate in the workshop and learn more about debate as they cheered on their teammates. The debate team would like to thank Attorney Joe Karam, our community coach, who has been helping the team each week and leading workshops about the technical aspects of debate! Thank you, Coach Joe! The debate team would also like to thank the CMIT Staff, especially Mr. Destry and Mr. Bayram, for coming to cheer them on and sending them words of encouragement before their rounds. It was great to have some fans in the virtual observation room!

Rebecca Ryan, Debate Coach rryan@cmitacademy.org
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AYO-OLUWA GRACE AKINLADE, Top 1 Winner of the CMIT’s Green School of the MAEOE - REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINTS ARTS AND ESSAY
My name is Ayo-Oluwa Akinlade, and I am a junior at CMIT North High School! My school became a green school on June 1, 2020, and since then my classmates and teachers have been doing a lot to ensure that we stay that way. Ever since they announced that we were a green school, I have been more conscious about how my actions affect the environment. Since Dr. Clarke and the Green school team in our school announced the contest on reducing carbon footprint, I noticed all the unique recycling methods. In the sixth grade, I started putting shopping bags on my wall. I didn't think much of it. I had just moved into my house and wanted an easy way to decorate my room. A lot of retail stores give plastic bags to their customers with the items they purchase. It takes plastic 1,000 years to decompose, so to help reduce the amount of plastic that ends up in landfills, I bring my bag to the mall. And when I do forget to do so, you already know where that shopping bag goes. I also decorated my room with old CD cases! I didn't think I would get that many compliments on it, to be honest. I was 13 and wanted to hang aesthetic polaroid pictures in my room like all the cool girls on YouTube; so I had to improvise. As you know, CD cases are pretty outdated since technology has advanced. CD cases are also made out of plastic, and my dad happened to have so many. At first, I made them look like polaroids to add to my bag wall; but this summer, I put some of my favorite album covers in them and put them on my wall! When the Green team asked me what inspired me to do this work of art, I can't answer what inspired me to make my sculpture, but I will try to explain my thought process the best possible! I love butterflies so much that that was initially what I wanted my sculpture to be off the bat, but I didn't think I had the materials to do so. But what do butterflies love… flowers! I love flowers as well, and I love nature altogether. That's how I decided on doing a sunflower for my sculpture. I thought It was cool if I made my sculpture after a part of nature for my science project on helping the environment. But It turns out that that idea and my unique ways of recycling were good enough for me to get 1st place in the CMIT Recycling Day Art Contest! I am so grateful! I hope that I gave some of you guys cool new ways to recycle so we can all work together to reduce the carbon footprints! Ayo-Oluwa Akinlade Grade 11

Sincerely Yours; Gemma Clarke,Ph.D Science Teacher, Academic Support and Tutoring Services Coordinator Green School Team Organizer HS Science Fair Coordinator
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NIYAH BELTON, Top 2 Winner of the CMIT’s Green School of the MAEOE - REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINTS ARTS AND ESSAY CONTEST
INSPIRATION: Medge on the Edge Hi everyone! My name is Niyah Belton, I am in 11th grade, and I am the creator of the MOTE (Medge On The Edge) project. I specifically entered this contest to share my love of recycling and demonstrate how everyone can make the world a better place in their own home! Medge couldn’t reach the recycling bin, so they created stairs to throw their recycling in the bin. They also decided to take a bag of recyclable items, so they didn’t have to make many trips to the bin. To create this masterpiece, I used eco-friendly hot glue and tape and began with the staircase. From there, I created the legs and arms, using bottles and tennis ball containers, and attaching them to the body (the laundry detergent). I used pie containers to create the head and added bottle caps to use as eyes to finish it off. In the Chesapeake Math & IT (CMIT) Academy Elementary school, I first learned about pollution and the harm it caused to our home, Earth. Discovering that simply separating recyclable items from trash could help the environment and future generations thrive, I decided to try to help. Recycling itself is the easiest way to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and provide a healthy climate for us all to live in. As I got older, I’ve shared what harm, not recycling, can do to us humans and influenced family and friends to start recycling. Having the ability to participate in a contest, share how I make a change at home, and possibly influence others inspired me to participate in this art and essay contest. I want to thank everyone who recycles and those who are going to begin recycling after reading this to make the world a better place and positively affect our future and those to come. I’d also like to thank parents and the CMIT Green School Club, and those who chose me to be in second place because I wouldn’t share this information without you all! Thank you for allowing me to participate! Niyah Belton Grade 11 Chesapeake Math & IT Academy - North High School

Sincerely Yours; Gemma Clarke,Ph.D Science Teacher, Academic Support and Tutoring Services Coordinator Green School Team Organizer HS Science Fair Coordinator
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JOYCELY AJIBOYE, Top 3 Winner of the CMIT’s Green School of the MAEOE - REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINTS ARTS AND ESSAY CONTEST
I am very grateful to be chosen as the top 3 winners on America's Recycle Day - REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINTS ARTS AND ESSAY CONTEST. I want to thank and show my gratitude to my parents, who encourage me to do well in school, especially in science and math. Without them pushing me academically, I don't think I would have done so well. I would also like to show my gratitude to my science teacher, Dr. Clarke, to prepare and give me the knowledge to do this project. She was the one who introduced it to my class and pushed for us to do our best not just to win in the contest but be an inspiration in reducing Carbon Footprints. Never did I think my project would be picked for this contest. My contribution to the reduction of carbon footprints is that I encourage the use of Recycling. I often try to reuse things like water bottles and plastic plates until they cannot be used anymore. I'm usually the one to take the initiative of Recycling in my household. It is sometimes very important to be bold enough to express respectfully that we need to save the Earth from Climate change. According to www.rubicon.com, the united states throws away 11.4 billion worth of recyclable containers and packages every year. My sculpture represents what we should be doing with our recyclable items accordingly. The "fluorescent" intends to encourage Recycling as a powerful way that each of us can use less energy, reduce GHG emissions, and contribute to a healthy climate, which has a big impact on reducing our carbon footprints. Joycelyn Ajiboye Grade 11 Chesapeake Math & IT Academy

Gemma Clarke,Ph.D Science Teacher, Academic Support and Tutoring Services Coordinator Green School Team Organizer HS Science Fair Coordinator
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Service Hours
Want to complete more service hours? Still haven't met your required number of hours to graduate? Not sure where to start or what kinds of activities would count? Need help accessing the Service Hours Forms? Check out the CMIT Academy North High School Service Hours Page! http://cmitacademy.org/highschool/service-hours/

CMIT Academy North High School Counseling Department Ms. Gaudette (A-J Last Names) - ngaudette@cmitacademy.org Ms. Ryan (K-Z Last Names) - rryan@cmitacademy.org
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2020 CLF Newsletter Fall Edition
We hope you had a cheerful, safe Thanksgiving holiday. Especially during this time of COVID-19, the team at your Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation wants to be sure we are staying connected and/or reconnecting with our communities. We hope you enjoy good news as much as we do sharing it! This new edition of what will be our quarterly CLF newsletter, "The Local Motive" will surely keep you updated and informed of our world-class STEAM academies serving K-12 public education to Maryland families! Click the link below for the newest CLF quarterly newsletter! We hope that you read and share this publication to help celebrate our communities, together! http://clfmd.org/clf-local-motive-newsletter-fall-edition-2020/

CLF Community Partnerships
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CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)
CMIT STEAM VIRTUAL FAIR IS ON
High school science researches can be educational and fun, but most CMIT high schoolers find it optional. Nonetheless, all students who believe that science innovation and research are an integral part of learning increase our fundamental knowledge. Here is your chance to show off your intelligence and expertise. Your research could be an extremely important invention to solve important issues pressing our future. The Biology and Environmental Science classes of CMIT are developing Scientific Research as a course project. Students are in the process of completing their presentation, which is tentatively dated for Saturday, January 30, 2021. We are extending this invitation to all CMIT High school students who have wonderful projects that need to be extended, supplied, or improved from previous years. There will be six students from our school to join the 73rd Annual Prince George's Area Science Fair (Virtual) district competition which will be held virtually on Friday and Saturday of March 19-20, 2021. These students will join the competition only through parent endorsement and consent. If you are interested and in Grade 9 or 10, please email bgonzalez@cmitacademy.org; and if you are in Grade 11 or 12, you may get in touch with gclarke@cmitacademy.org. Remember that we had the experience of being at the INTEL ISEF competition way back in 2012. (Please, see the link below) We want to continue to promote the best inventors in our school. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmVzs3-GNBc https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/jack-andraka-the-teen-prodigy-of-pancreatic-cancer-135925809/ http://www.countyfair.org/ https://sites.google.com/pgcps.org/high-school-science/73rd-prince-georges-area-science-fair-virtual?authuser=2

Sincerely Yours; Gemma Clarke, Ph. D. Science Teacher, Academic Support and Tutoring Services Coordinator Green School Team Organizer HS Science Fair Coordinator
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HS BREAKING NEWS
UKULELE Orchestra of CMIT - Everyone must Push their Music!
The Ukulele Orchestra of CMIT is a fun, warm, and great way to discover your love of music in an EASY, travel-friendly instrument- UKULELE. This class offers a fundamental approach to learning the Ukulele for students of varied musical backgrounds and THOSE THAT NEVER TOUCHES AN INSTRUMENT BEFORE. Students will be involved with and exposed to performance situations in our Orchestra, some practical music theory applications, and their instruments' basic care and maintenance. Not to mention, we also include basic piano, guitar, and other percussion instruments to jam with us. What makes our groups different is that we teach and care for one another, learn and jam during club days and on scheduled after work, or school, or around family and friends. We guarantee you'll play. Singing is optional but highly encouraged! You will progress at a rapid pace and will learn to play popular music. You will need to bring your own Ukulele. AND guess what? Our winter special will be recorded today, MONDAY, December 14, 2020, from 3 -4 PM. Please come and join us to serenade for our Winter Special. (See some of our clips below) https://drive.google.com/file/d/14HIsfppBsCXwRaQH_kj5oECweMpX7pQu/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sPIr7ocZ-5xz7873TXTtryoZolJMPOnN/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1h6_Yowf5XRISBhN7i4c1_ORO_v0h56Kc/view?usp=sharing

Sincerely Yours; Gemma Clarke,Ph.D Science Teacher, Academic Support and Tutoring Services Coordinator Green School Team Organizer HS Science Fair Coordinator
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EXTRACURRICULARS
Need Help? CMIT Tutorial & Academic Services (CTAS) is Here to Assist You
As teachers/Instructors we know what to do to help students learn our Subject. We have ‘tricks of the trade” and our “toolkits” all prepared but this year they are not with us. They are at home learning virtually. Some of our precious students are falling between the cracks. How can we bridge the gap? One way may be to provide some additional assistance in the form of the CMIT Tutorial and Academic Services. Please see the Attached Flyer below for Google Classroom Codes, e-mail and invitation links.

Krystel Compton CMIT Tutor
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COMIC CLUB - COVID DRAWINGS
These drawings are related to covid which has affected millions of lives throughout the country. For many students including us comic book club members. Covid has had many effects on our lifestyle whether they are positive or negative. To name a few cons, we feel as if we procrastinate more than we would in a traditional school and it's harder to communicate with our teachers. For the positives, we are given more time to focus on ourselves and our parents don't have to drive every day which could help our parents financially especially due to some members living farther away from the school. Fortunately, the comic book club allows students that have a similar interest in comments to interact with one another. Comic Club Student-Sponsors: Nathan Yebiyo Imad Bashir-Danfati Comic Club Members: Muzammil Ali James Onuma Jacinth Kuoadio Babatunde Morafa Williams Adejare Bryanna Henry Folakemi Uthman

Club Advisor Gloria Graham
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VEX Robotics Club Updates
We are holding virtual team meetings every Tuesday and Thursday. We completed all levels of Draw a House, Disk Mover Challenge, Grid Map Spiral, and Crash the Castle activities on http://vr.vex.com online programming environment which will allow us to get used to the programming tools that VRC teams will use for all events. VEX Robotics kits have been ordered for our team members. We will build, program, and control our robots once all members pick up their robotics kits. Mr. B Computer Science Teacher

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Online Skills for Business Club
The students in the Online Skills for Business Club are in the process of creating inventory for their Etsy shop. So far, they have learned to sew pillows, face masks and most recently a zipper pouch which can hold pens, pencils and other small items. Attached are a few pictures of the zipper pouches that were made during our December 2 meeting.

Ms. Blackwell
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Mathmagicians Club
Greetings CMIT Family, I hope all is well with you. I have great news that Mathmagicians Club started. Mathmagicians are putting all their effort into studying upcoming competitions and contests. I have been looking for new students for new groups who want to commit. There are 6 different competitions and contests for different grade levels. All of them have different award and prize systems. We are all counting on you for your collaboration and support. Also, I would like to inform you about the new competition. Please see the flyer as attached. Please let me know if you would like to join the club. Have a great week. Sincerely,
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Esra Keskin, Math Teacher, Math Competitions and Contests Coach | ekeskin@cmitacademy.org
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DEPARTMENT UPDATES
Social Studies Department
The Social Studies Department would like to help make communication and scheduling appointments during Office Hours on Wednesdays easier. Please click on the attached PDF link (not the image above), and once you open the PDF, you can click on the image for the teacher that you are interested in meeting with to schedule an appointment. Please note, no meetings will be held over the Winter Break. This Week in History: December 14, 1799 - George Washington died at Mount Vernon. December 15, 1791 - The Bill of Rights (first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution) became effective following ratification by Virginia. December 16, 1773 - The Boston Tea Party occurred as colonial activists disguised as Mohawk Indians boarded British ships anchored in Boston Harbor and dumped 342 containers of expensive tea into the water. December 17, 1538 - Pope Paul III excommunicated King Henry VIII after he had declared himself supreme head of the Church in England. December 18, 1916 - During World War I, the Battle of Verdun concluded after ten months of fighting in which 543,000 French and 434,000 German soldiers were killed. *Information for each day came from: https://www.historyplace.com/specials/calendar/index.html

Mrs. Jessica Cunning, Social Studies Department Chair
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GRADE LEVEL UPDATES
Greetings From Your Class of 2022 SGA!
Hello class of 2022! Our SGA officers have plenty in store for you, ranging from Fundraisers to Spirit Gear, Movie Nights, and so much more coming soon. Our class email and instagram are listed below, and we encourage you to stay connected to your class and let your voice be heard. Instagram: CMITCLASSOF2022 Email: cmitclassof2022@gmail.com In the meantime, it is never too early to begin applying for scholarships. We should all be on the lookout for any scholarship opportunities in order to ensure an ideal financial situation for college. Listed below is a compiled list of scholarships eligible to 9-12th graders if you need a little initial push. See you soon! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DCzwA4XM6SU0GUGwXNHcNBIfwLl0U1bD/view?usp=sharing

-Your 2022 SGA Officers
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Service Learning Opportunities
Colleges look for the required 24 hours of service we’ve completed in our community, so it is crucial that we get these 24 hours completed gradually and not at the last minute. If you already have 24 hours and are striving for more, go for it! College Admissions Officers are constantly scouting for over-achievers who work towards being the best in their class. Listed below are a few service hour opportunities for you to check out. Happy Volunteering! Instagram: CMITCLASSOF2022 Email: cmitclassof2022@gmail.com Perfect Strangers is a national non-profit providing free delivery of groceries, medications and supplies to those at risk for exposure to the coronavirus. We serve the elderly, immunocompromised, frontline workers, and other at-risk individuals. Our volunteer opportunity includes delivery volunteers, neighborhood captains, and virtual/remote volunteers that include our customer support (phone via call center, email, and social), and strategy and operations. 47 Open Positions Contact Person: Mimi Aboubaker mimi@weareperfectstrangers.org 646-568-9964 Registration link: https://www.weareperfectstrangers.org/volunteer For the Love Of Children (FLOC) Tutoring SIGN UP TO BE A VOLUNTEER TUTOR WITH FLOC TODAY! DURING THESE UNPRECEDENTED TIMES OF COVID-19 FLOC WILL BE COMPLETELY VIRTUAL FOR THE FALL 2020 SEMESTER At For Love of Children, tutors are the nucleus of our program. Our Volunteers serve as direct educational and emotional support to our students. Tutors work one-on-one with students in need of additional support in reading and/or math, going above and beyond traditional approaches. Tutors guide students through a structured curriculum at an individualized pace, ensuring they build fundamental skills while gaining confidence in their ability to overcome any educational obstacles. City Leaders Program Tutors provides College and Career Readiness programs to youth 8th through 12th grades. Programs will span from PSAT, SAT, ACT Prep, and one-on-one college coaching. Throughout the year, there will be parent engagement events and workshops on topics surrounding financial aid, FAFSA, community programs and more! Students are excited to engage weekly with dedicated support on concepts to enhance their mastery and understanding of tools and techniques that follow them through their primary and secondary matriculation, along with post secondary choices. Our volunteers are instrumental in enhancing the self-esteem and confidence of our students while encouraging the independence and perseverance necessary to overcome any obstacle to succeed. Many Open Positions Age Limit: 16+ Requirement Details As a tutor you will: Work one-on-one virtually with a student every week for 2 hours Build a relationship of trust with your student Work with your student from the curriculum in their designated subject We provide all training and tools necessary for you to succeed with your student! Our curriculum is research-proven, robust, and user friendly! Sign up for as many time slots as you'd like and tutor in math, reading, City Leaders or all three! Registration link: https://umd.givepulse.com/event/register2/6051 Meals on Wheels Meals on Wheels, an organization that provides meals to homebound seniors and disabled individuals, needs volunteers to help deliver meals during the holiday season and beyond. Meals usually are delivered daily between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., and volunteers can serve as many times a month as they like. Meals for Mom is a program designed to encourage parents to volunteer with their children as a driver/visitor team to develop a personal relationship with their recipients. Many Open Positions Age Limit: 14+ (Accompanied with an adult or guardian if a minor) Contact number: 410-558-0827 Registration/Information: Link: https://www.mealsonwheelsmd.org/

-Your 2022 SGA Officers
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HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Understanding our World
Hello CMIT! Recently, Ms. Gonzalez's Biology students have been learning about viruses! As this is prevalent in today's world, students are learning what they are made of, how they infect our cells, and types of viruses they may already know of (such as the common cold or the obvious COVID-19)! In our journey of exploring different types of cells, students discussed what criteria to follow to consider something "alive" and argued whether a virus is alive or not. They will soon discover how viruses hijack the cell and manipulate it into producing more copies of the virus. We've already had some pretty interesting conversations. Hopefully your students will share their knowledge with you all at home!

Brittany Gonzalez - Biology Teacher & Photography Club Sponsor
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Computer Science Updates
AP Computer Science A We covered "Boolean Expressions and If Statements" and "Iteration" units in November and started "Writing Classes" unit. In December, students are exploring and learning the anatomy of classes. They will take a deeper dive into what the access specifier does, and how it can be used within programs to make data public or private. Students are also learning about encapsulation and the responsibility programmers have to choose whether data should be accessible, modifiable, both or neither. They will expand their knowledge of constructors. They will create constructors that take objects as a formal parameter. AP Computer Science Principles We started "Programming with Python" and "Python Control Structures" units in October and completed them last week. Our next unit is "Functions and Parameters". In December, students are learning about functions and parameters in the context of Python which builds on their prior knowledge of working with functions in Karel. This unit focuses specifically on defining and calling functions, and passing simple, single parameters to functions. Students are also working with and defining and calling their own functions that take in multiple parameters as input and print out output. Introduction to Computer Programming We covered "Basic Python and Console Interaction", "Conditionals", and "Looping" units in October and November. In December, students are learning about Functions. Functions let us break our program into different parts that we can organize and reuse however we like. Functions are the main building block of complex Python programs. We are also diving deeper into the concept of functions by exploring how to use parameters. Mr. B Computer Science Teacher

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AP US History and AP US Government and Politics
Please remember to make your AP Payments by Tuesday, December 15th in order to take the AP exam in May on MySchoolBucks! If you have any questions, please talk to me or email Ms. Lee at dlee@cmitacademy.org AP US History (APUSH) By the end of this week, we will have covered Periods 1-5 in our curriculum. Please make sure that you are reviewing your notes and AMSCO text and are ready for the Period 5 Test on Tuesday, December 22nd. Over the break, please continue to review your notes, as we will spend the first week back reviewing all lesson, practice writing skills, and take a Midterm-type test at the end of that first week back in January. AP US Government and Politics (AP GoPo) By the end of the week, we will have completed our lessons for Unit II: The Legislative Branch and will have our test next Monday. Please make sure that you feel comfortable with the information that we have learned up to this date. When we return in January, we will continue with Unit II and focus on the Executive Branch & Bureaucracy before hitting the Judicial Branch. Once we have completely finished Unit II, we will be taking a Midterm-type test covering all information that was taught since the beginning of the school year.

Mrs. Jessica Cunning, Social Studies Department Chair
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Math & Art Reflections
Greetings CMIT Family, Hope all of you are doing well and healthy. We have been through unpredicted times. However, my students are doing tremendous works. We have been working on how math affects other subjects such as art, literature, architecture, music, engineering, etc. This week's geometry assignment to search for geometric tiles and "çini"s. Students designed a coaster by using transformations, specifically reflections. Please see their works as attached. I am so excited to let you know that I have great plans for Christmas. It is loading... Have a great week. Sincerely,

Esra Keskin, Math Teacher, Math Competitions Coach
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Dr. Clarke's Environmental Science Class
Reminder: Please check your schoolmax for grade updates for the Second Progress Report. This will allow you to keep track of the grades. Bear in mind that High School grades carry much more weight in high school than you did in middle or elementary school because it indicates post-secondary career, especially if you are thinking about scholarships and college admission. Our topic for the Second Quarter Week 6 is on "How evolution generates Biodiversity?" - we will define the population, sizes, and density - natural selection - history of life diversification - Population growth To reiterate the procedure for opening your work on google classroom, you must: 1. Log in to your zoom for Live Discussion 2. Go to your Classwork - Always open your "Daily Bellwrok and Attendance." - Next, on the same Classwork page, go to your "2nd QUARTER WEEKLY AGENDA. " to allow you to see your work accordingly. Each slide represents what the work for is each day and includes the link for the worksheet. It also includes due dates and how you are going to be scored. - On Wednesdays, go to "2nd Quarter Wednesday Activity." There is no way you will get confused as long as you follow the procedures. Please email me at gclarke@cmitacademy.org for any questions, and I am happy to help you.

Sincerely Yours; Gemma Clarke, Ph. D. Science Teacher, Academic Support and Tutoring Services Coordinator Green School Team Organizer HS Science Fair Coordinator
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