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Chesapeake Math & IT Academy North High School

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02/08/2021

   
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CMIT BREAKING NEWS (SCHOOLWIDE)

STEM Fair Winners!

Top 6 STEM Projects will Advance to the 73rd Annual Prince George's Area Science Fair (Virtual) Competition

SAT/PSAT School Day - CANCELLED

Resources for Adoptive Families + Families in Guardianship


CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)

Parent - Teacher Conferences - February 16th

Mathmagicians Club | Upcoming Competitions and Contest Calander

SciTech High School Virtual Fieldtrip and Lab by Tyson University on Wildlife Forensic.

CMIT ACADEMIC & TUTORING SERVICES schedule changes & SURVEY for ALGEBRA 2 and Geometry.


HS BREAKING NEWS

Hearth Awareness Month

Black History Month Videos from Media Arts Production classes

GREEN SCHOOL, the center of excellence, went on a VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP - Maryland: Mountain of the Sea

AIAA Roger W. Kahn Scholarship


EXTRACURRICULARS

Express Yourself in Print

Join Literary Magazine Club Staff

Yearbook Needs Your Help!!

Join Women of Power

UKULELE ORCHESTRA OF CMIT

Science Olympiad - UMD Invitational Results


DEPARTMENT UPDATES

Science Department

Black History Month Virtual Events

Social Studies Department News


HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

1st Semester Achievers

Vocabulary.com WINNERS! Ms. O'Donnell's classes

Announcements for Geometry and Algebra-2 Classes

Environmental Science - QUARTER 3, WEEK 2


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CMIT BREAKING NEWS (SCHOOLWIDE)
STEM Fair Winners!
Hello CMIT! Saturday Jan. 30th CMIT held its first ever VIRTUAL STEM Fair!! Now for our overall winners... drum roll please... In third place: "Permeability and Plants: Growing Plants Sustainable" by Peyton Moncrieffe! In second place: "Fruit Water Filtration" by Cameron Salisbury! In first place: "Can You Turn Up the Heat?" by Morgan Pringle! Our category winners are: Biology: "Spotlight Plants" by Ashley Ortega Behavioral & Social Sciences: "Music Animals" by Valerie Marte Earth & Environmental Sciences: "Comparative Analysis on Color and Growth of 3 Synthetic Fertilizers: Sta-green, Scotts, and Procar" by Dwayne Crooks Health, Medicine, & Microbio: "Extracting supplemental iron from food to compare the iron content of several brands of breakfast cereal" by Trabian Williams Chemistry: "Nitrate/Nitrite/pH Levels in Pond Water of Bowie, Maryland Year 3" by Joshua Chotoo Engineering & Physics: " Evaluating Benford's Law" by Donovan Price I'd like to also include our honorable mentions: Zainab Al-Kidd Jasmyne Wilson & Raul Cervantes Congratulations to our winners and all our participants! We want to send a HUGE thank you to all our participants, judges, and staff members that made this event happen! Shout out to Dr. Clarke, Mr. Avsar, and Mr. Sarica for helping to organize this event for our students.

Brittany Gonzalez - Biology Teacher & Photography Club Sponsor
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Top 6 STEM Projects will Advance to the 73rd Annual Prince George's Area Science Fair (Virtual) Competition
From the article of bravery and heroism quotes, "Bravery is a behavioral trait which allows us to overcome our inhibitions, our inner fears & gives us the strength to do what we feel is right, irrespective of any form of backlash. It is something which imbibes in us a sense of self-belief which can make us scale mountains & do things which we believed we never could." I want to present our top 6 brave researchers (in alphabetical order) Alkidd, Zainab_____ Can Radishes Prevent Soil Erosion? -- Pringle, Morgan _____ Can you Handle the Heat? Salisbury, Cameron _____Probiotic Solubility in Various Water Qualities Solomon, Gabriella —- Probiotics Solubility in H2O Qualities  Wilson, Jasmyne, _____ Over My Dead Body!: The Effect of Mummification on Enzymes Wilson, Kyree, _____Yellow Rain Who empowers their schoolmates and the world with their STEM experiences to overcome and adapt to the increasingly complicated, shifting technological world. STEM is meant to drive researchers to the discovery necessary to sustain our market. This discovery and science literacy depends on the substantial knowledge base in the STEM areas students learn in class. STEM is essential because it permeates every part of our lives. Science is everywhere in the world around us and is used to influence and affect people and every living thing on earth. All student projects, including the top CMIT brave contenders of the 73rd Annual Prince George's Area Science Fair (Virtual) Competition, are available for public viewing on the CMIT official website.

Gemma Clarke, Ph. D. Science Teacher, Academic Support and Tutoring Services Coordinator Green School Team Organizer HS Science Fair Coordinator
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SAT/PSAT School Day - CANCELLED
Unfortunately, Prince George's County Public School Executive Board has decided to CANCEL SAT/PSAT School Day this school year. We highly encourage 11th graders to register for SAT on a Saturday at an approved testing site. Please go to Collegeboard.org to register and get more information on SAT dates and locations.

Casandra Andrew
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Resources for Adoptive Families + Families in Guardianship
Please see the attached flyer from the Center for Adoption Support and Education (CASE). CASE provides free counseling and case management provided for families in Prince George's County who are in the process of or have finalized an adoption through PG County Department of Social Services.

Ms. Colandrea 9th + 10th Grade Assistant Principal English, MAPS, SPED, + Social Studies Departments
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CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)
Parent - Teacher Conferences - February 16th
Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Tuesday, February 16th from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. We will be using the Meet the Teacher platform (just like the Fall) to sign up and conduct conferences through video. On Wednesday, February 3rd, teachers will be sending out invites to parents they would like to speak with which will include information on how to sign up. Parents with an invite will have access to schedule appointments with the teacher that invited them until Sunday, February 7th. If a parent schedules an appointment with a teacher that did not send an invite, the appointment will be canceled at that time. On Monday, February 8th, parents will be able to make appointments will all teachers (not just ones who invited them). On Monday, February 8th, all parents will receive an email and have access to sign up for conferences with all of their student's teachers. Sign-ups will close on Monday, February 15th at 4:00 pm. Please note that due to only having 2 hours of conferences, each teacher will only have 11 spots available. Each conference will be 8 minutes long. If you are unable to get an appointment with a teacher you would like to speak with, you will need to reach out separately to that teacher. Please make sure to monitor your email in the upcoming weeks to receive the information on how and when to sign up for conferences.

Casandra Andrew
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Mathmagicians Club | Upcoming Competitions and Contest Calander
Greetings CMIT North Family, I hope this email finds you well and healthy. The club has just started the second phase of meetings and so have the competitions and contests. Many of the team members have decided to keep continuing. We have new faces in the club too. They made a commitment to represent our school in the district, state, national, and international level math competitions and contests. I believe in them with my full heart, they will nail it. We are waiting for your support. Let's cheer up our team! - Leah Brooks - Kansiyola Ijaduola - Izuchukwu Nwadike - Favour Nwogu - Renee Ogoh - Suhani Patel - Jayden Russell - Nigel Seymour - Hannah Simmons - Christina Thomas Here is the calendar: AMC - Feb 10 Caribou Contest - Feb 10/11 Math League - Feb 9 and March 16 Math Madness - Mar 27 (date TBD) Go Mathmagicians Club! Go Tigers!

Esra Keskin, MBA Math Teacher Math Contests & Competitions Coach ekeskin@cmitacademy.org
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SciTech High School Virtual Fieldtrip and Lab by Tyson University on Wildlife Forensic.
All Grade 11 and those taking Environmental science class have an upcoming Virtual Field trip and lab sponsored by Tyson University on Wildlife Forensic. This field trip is awarded to qualified schools and instructors who completed a scientific investigation with the University. In this lab, students will explore the issue of shark finning; investigate how DNA gel electrophoresis can be used to test samples of powdered shark fin to build evidence for a legal case. Students will also learn about lab techniques like PCR, making an agarose gel, and using a micropipette. Please click the link for more information. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nl-X7fy8tUI&feature=youtu.be Therefore, our school needs to know if students or their parents permit them to: - turn their video cameras on during virtual field trips. - talk to field trip providers during virtual field trips. - use the chat function to communicate with field trip providers during virtual field trips. - work in small groups in breakout rooms during virtual field trips. Please sign in to the link below should you give your child permission to learn "Wildlife Forensics," a criminal investigation field that identifies and examines evidence from crime scenes where animals have been deprived of existence, particularly those protected by law. Wildlife forensics plays a crucial role in curtailing the wildlife trade and human-wildlife conflict. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe0J_8ltPJ4uUIwiYhhR8QAPjm3Yp6OfaS47xjvweCHzEI1rw/viewform?usp=pp_url CMIT is designed to provide a safe distance learning and working environment for all students and staff members amid the regional spread of COVID-19.

Gemma Clarke, Ph. D. Science Teacher Academic Support and Tutoring Services Coordinator Green School Team Organizer HS Science Fair Coordinator
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CMIT ACADEMIC & TUTORING SERVICES schedule changes & SURVEY for ALGEBRA 2 and Geometry.
The CTAS has changed the following tutoring courses' schedule to strengthen and service all students' needs. English Tutoring by Ms. Belt Social Studies (in all level) Tutoring by Ms. Belt Mon & Wed @4-6PM/ Fri@3:30 4:30pm Tue & Thu @ 4-5 pm Saturday 10-11 Class code: robf4mk Class code jngb2nm Quantitative Modeling Tutorial Services by Ms. Compton TUES, & THURS 4:30-5:30 PM; SATURDAY 4:30-5:30PM Class cod: jcmmnxq Biology Tutoring by Ms. Compton ALGEBRA TUTORING SERVICES by Ms. Compton Wed & Friday 4:30-5:30; Sat 3:30-4:30 PM MON, TUES, & THURS 3-4 PM; SATURDAY 1:30-2:30PM & 2:30 -3:30PM Class code 2qcfld5 Class code wizrx3z "Please make sure that you are coming to the tutorial at least twice a week." While we were working together, students appeared to be getting better with their classes, but after viewing your Quarter 2 grades, I see that we have more work to do. Many parents request more math class tutorials. The CTAS would like to find out how many students would like to avail themselves and take advantage of Algebra 2 and Geometry tutoring. Parents may also take the survey if they think their children need one using the link below. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdznVS3Sw5yroaDsDPqcJ9kyojA65Y19FTXoNAFSlRrh1aHcQ/viewform?usp=pp_url Let's start this quarter with the resolve to score 70% or better. Please avail yourself of your school's support for you to succeed.

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
Hearth Awareness Month
Hello everyone, I want to take a moment of your time and remind you that February is American Heart Month. According to the CDC, Heart Disease can happen at any age. However, by following a healthy lifestyle we can prevent or lower the risk of heart disease. Please click the link below for more information and resources that can benefit the whole family. https://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/any_age.htm https://video.link/w/PJYOb Thank you Nurse Abraha

HS Nurse
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Black History Month Videos from Media Arts Production classes
Students had to choose an African American who has made a significant impact on media and create a 30-60 second video sharing that person's life and accomplishments. Be on the lookout for these on the CMIT YouTube channel in the coming days. The students did a great job and each day a video will be featured on the morning announcements. Awesome work students!

Tammy O'Donnell
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GREEN SCHOOL, the center of excellence, went on a VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP - Maryland: Mountain of the Sea
Not even COVID 19 have to stop our wonderful students from discovering and visiting the National Aquarium. On Thursday, February 4, 2021, Green schools members went on a Virtual Trip experience that included pre-and post-program materials to make the most of their online meetings. Members had experienced the diverse beauty of Maryland's aquatic treasures. Four galleries showcased, water cycle as it moves throughout our state: from an Allegheny stream to a tidal marsh to a coastal beach, and finally, out to the Atlantic Ocean's continental shelf. Along the way, they discovered the animals that call these varied habitats home, including bullfrogs, diamondback terrapins, Maryland blue crabs, and striped bass. Besides that this program aims to maintain Green School Certification; it also provides opportunities for our members to learn about water resources, aquatic life, and sport fishing; their role in ecosystems, including positive and negative impacts - to develop environmental stewardship.

Gemma Clarke, Ph. D. Science Teacher, Academic Support and Tutoring Services Coordinator Green School Team Organizer HS Science Fair Coordinator
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AIAA Roger W. Kahn Scholarship
AIAA will award up to four $10,000 scholarships to high school seniors who enroll in an accredited college or university and intend to pursue an aerospace or STEM major. AIAA will also furnish a $2,500 travel stipend for the students to attend an AIAA event such as AIAA SciTech Forum, AIAA AVIATION Forum, or ASCEND. The Institute will provide each student with a mentor from AIAA’s professional members to help guide the student to achieve a career in aerospace. Follow the link below for the details on the eligibility and requirements: https://www.aiaa.org/get-involved/k-12-students/scholarships/?utm_source=Informz&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MembershipPrograms2021&utm_content=EABulletin The application deadline is 1 March 2021.

nbayram@cmitacademy.org Mr.Bayram Program Coordinator STEM Coordinator
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EXTRACURRICULARS
Express Yourself in Print
You’re a writer. You’re an artist. You have a voice. “The Den” needs you. CMIT Literary Magazine is accepting submissions for the first publication. Put your words, your art, your expression in print. To submit your work for consideration, follow the link to the form. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfo5z-167tuNFevfJgGYS_gMqk67Q1UZj0iK8vaqV74w_4ClA/viewform?usp=sf_link Contact Ms. Houston with any questions. khouston@cmitacademy.org

Katie Houston
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Join Literary Magazine Club Staff
For all the writers, readers and artists of CMIT. Literary Magazine is a great place to express your creativity. The Lit Mag staff will write, create digital and print media, and provide a forum for anyone in CMIT to submit work for publication within our community. Join us on Fridays at 3:00 PM. Contact Ms. Houston for more information khouston@cmitacademy.org

Katie Houston
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Yearbook Needs Your Help!!
There is no doubt that this year's yearbook will look dramatically different than in years past, but it is still wonderful memento of an unusual year. Yearbook club needs you to submit any pictures, stories, poems, drawings or candids to help fill the pages with reminders of how we all persevered through the pandemic. You can share these at yearbook@cmitacademy.org. We will also be selling ads for the yearbook. Look for an update on that in the next newsletter. In the meantime, show us how creative you were in handling distance learning or hanging out with your friends via zoom, facetime or chats. Can't wait to see you in print!

Tammy O'Donnell
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Join Women of Power
Hey! Do you want to be a part of a strong and powerful group of women who come together making a difference in our community ? Where we build self-esteem, self-confidence, and learn how to communicate with others. Are you looking for a safe place to gain support from other girls while having real honest exchanges about growth and challenges being a girl growing up in today’s society. Women Of Power is the perfect club for you. Come join us every Monday from 3:30-5pm. You can contact Amanda Laurent( amanda.laurent2022@cmitacademy.org) or Mrs. Houston (khouston@cmitacademy.org) to join.

Katie Houston
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UKULELE ORCHESTRA OF CMIT
Just a short sneak peek of the CMIT Ukes. What is an Orchestra? An orchestra is a group of musicians playing instruments together. They make music. A large orchestra is sometimes called a "symphony orchestra," and a small orchestra is called a "chamber orchestra." What is a UKULELE Orchestra of CMIT ((UkOC) The UkOC is a group of all-singing and all-strumming novice uke players who believe it's never late to play an instrument. The Ukulele Orchestra aspires that someday, they can border into more percussions such as drums, backing tracks, and other strings like banjos. They have no other aim but to learn music in a relaxing manner and share their talents with the community. This February, we are earning and practicing the Bb and Bbm on the song " Love me Tender, Love me Sweet by Nora Jones (Elvis Presley) with 8-BPM. We will also practice the Redemption song by Bob Marley and, sure enough, play "You can count on me by Bruna Mars" using the previous chords we learned. We will surely share these with you this February and one in March. Below are previous beginner's lessons students recorded. Please enjoy. ( I can only attach 2 due to MB restrictions) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1S5I8rpHGf2ou7cjhl-5YXA2vOYIuut2j/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PHIvXL1uuyo9bQVZ99NV70AKDkgnQFRH/view?usp=sharing

Gemma Clarke, Ph. D. Science Teacher, Academic Support and Tutoring Services Coordinator Green School Team Organizer HS Science Fair Coordinator
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Science Olympiad - UMD Invitational Results
Science Olympiad Team competed at UMD Invitational last Saturday. The competition happened completely online. Students were able to compete only on 14 of 23 events because of distance learning conditions. Building and experiment events were excluded from the competition. The team won 5th, 7th, and 8th places. Congrats! Below are the events and the placements: 5th Place: Ornithology Ashley Tchokote Ansharan Akbar 7th Place: Machines Suhani Patel Nigel Seymour 8th Place: Astronomy Christina Thomas Samantha Obajolu The next competition is MD regional at Montgomery College (Virtually) on Saturday, Feb 20th. Nuri Bayram Science Olympiad Team Advisor nbayram@cmitacademy.org

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DEPARTMENT UPDATES
Science Department
Hello Students and Parents, Monday and Tuesday this week are FAST-2 make-up dates for Chem Honors and BioGeoChem students who missed 1 or both days of testing last Thursday and Friday. Students who have completed the FAST-2 test last week will have instruction Monday and Tuesday. Excused absences will be honored, of course, with students provided the time for making up work missed. The science department would like to congratulate all of the students who participated in the STEM Fair. From over one hundred entries, several have been chosen to participate in the PGCPS STEM Fair. Best of luck to those who advanced. Thanks to Ms. Gonzalez and Dr. Clarke for their efforts and hard work in making the CMIT STEM Fair a success.

Suzanne Coholic High School Science Teacher Science Department Chair
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Black History Month Virtual Events
During the month, the Smithsonian Institute is sponsoring numerous opportunities to view vibrant performances, lectures, and family activities that will celebrate our nation's rich cultural heritage and history. Here are a few events that you might want to check out. Please click on the attached PDF for more information about each event and links of how to sign up/attend. Wednesday, 2/10 @ 4 pm- Innovative Lives: Uncharted Power Thursday, 2/11 @ 5 pm- In Dialogue: Social Smithsonian Objects and Social Justice – Race and Medicine Sunday, 2/21 @ 12-3 pm- African Americans in STEM Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon Wednesday, 2/24 @ 5 pm- Wind Down Wednesday: Good Trouble Sunday, 2/28 @12-3pm- African Americans in STEM Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon

Mrs. Jessica Cunning, Social Studies Department Chair
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Social Studies Department News
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. This Week in History: February 8, 1587 - Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, was beheaded at Fotheringhay, England, after 19 years as a prisoner of Queen Elizabeth I. She became entangled in the complex political events surrounding the Protestant Reformation in England and was charged with complicity in a plot to assassinate Elizabeth. February 9, 1943 - During World War II in the Pacific, U.S. troops captured Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands after six months of battle, with 9,000 Japanese and 2,000 Americans killed. February 10, 1967 - The 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified, clarifying the procedures for presidential succession in the event of the disability of a sitting president. February 11, 1990 - In South Africa, Nelson Mandela, at age 71, was released from prison after serving 27 years of a life sentence on charges of attempting to overthrow the apartheid government. In April 1994, he was elected president in the first all-race elections. February 12, 1999 - The impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton in the U.S. Senate ended. With the whole world watching via television, Senators stood up one by one during the final roll call to vote "guilty" or "not guilty." On Article 1 (charging Clinton with perjury) 55 senators, including 10 Republicans and all 45 Democrats voted not guilty. On Article 2 (charging Clinton with obstruction of justice) the Senate split evenly, 50 for and 50 against the President. With the necessary two-thirds majority not having been achieved, President Clinton was thus acquitted on both charges and served out the remainder of his term of office lasting through January 20, 2001. *Information for each day came from: https://www.historyplace.com/specials/calendar/february.htm

Mrs. Jessica Cunning, Social Studies Department Chair
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HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
1st Semester Achievers
Congratulations to my students from Trigonometry, PreCalculus and Algebra 1 who maintained a consistent excellent grade during the 1st Semester of SY 20-21 and who attained Perfect Score on their Research/Project Based Assessment. Kudos to everyone! Trigonometry Period 1 Stephanie Aybar Bueno Zanai Barnett-Gay Dwayne Crooks Jadan Mason Cecilia Phillips Morgan Pringle PreCalculus Period 2 Jayla Bryant Jayden Gyamfi Angelo Hernandez Joshua Major Favour Nwogu Samantha Obajolu Jennifer Ononaku Suhani Patel Hannah Simmons Christina Thomas PreCalculus Period 4 Ayomide Adesoji Kiyah Bryant Rianna Clash Grace Essuah-Mensah Ashley Ortega Aashi Patel Jayden Russell Nigel Seymour Algebra 1 Simon David Dante Gayle Kayla Green Sarah Isichei Caleb Quarshie Perfect 2nd Quarter Project Chelsea Afoakwah and Hafsah Ghori

Mrs. Mace Eclevia, Secondary Mathematics Teacher
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Vocabulary.com WINNERS! Ms. O'Donnell's classes
CMIT North High School is competing against other high schools in the district, county, state, and country through Vocabulary.com-a program to help increase vocabulary skills. For the month of January, CMIT North High School placed 10th in the State in overall success! That is awesome! Congratulations to the students and teachers who are participating! In Ms. O'Donnell's class, there are weekly winners--the top three point getters in each class are awarded a homework pass for their achievement. The class with the most points at the end of the week is awarded 1 assessment point of extra credit. The class at the END OF THE QUARTER with the most points is awarded 10 extra credit assessment points for their achievement, and the overall high scoring student for all the classes receives a $25 gift card of their choice. Here are the results for Second Quarter: 1st Period Media Arts: 3,171,908 points--WINNING CLASS WITH THE MOST POINTS! 8th Period Media Arts: 3,061,142 points Student with the most points out of both classes: Eric Watson, 1st Period: 1,218,110 4th Period English 11: 4,049,138--WINNING CLASS WITH THE MOST POINTS! 6th Period English 11: 2,151,861 7th Period English. 11: 2,010,034 Student with the most points out of all classes: Nadira Waldron, 4th Period: 1,613,898 Congratulations to all the students! Third Quarter starts the competition all over so you will see weekly updates here starting next week. Keep playing!!

Tammy O'Donnell
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Announcements for Geometry and Algebra-2 Classes
Greeting CMIT North Family, I hope all is well and healthy. We have passed halfway through the school calendar and just started the third quarter. I would like to thank all of you for your collaboration and support during this unpredictable time. We did a good job! I have two announcements for all my Algebra-2 and Geometry students. 1. Upcoming Test | FAST-Bridge. 2 test Students will take the second of the FAST-Bridge test on Wednesday, February 10th at 10 am sharp. It is a district test. The students should make sure to know their PGCPS account information (email address, and password) before the test. I have already shared a video about it. Please watch the video and let me know if you have any problems. 2. Black History Month | Black Mathmagicians Research Project I have been waiting for this month's project for a while with excitement. This is the time to learn, remember, respect, and celebrate the Black Mathematicians. Students received the file on Google Classroom. It is a group project, the group members should be at least two, at most four people. Students will research Black mathematicians with the life conditions and contribution to mathematics that time frame and today's math. They will prepare a slide show and present it on Wednesday, February 24th. I can't wait for it. Please let me know if you have any further questions. Also, dear parents/ guardians and students, please open the notifications of Google Classroom for updates, announcements, upcoming events, etc. Stay connected! Thank you and have a great week!

Esra Keskin, MBA Math Teacher Math Contests & Competitions Coach ekeskin@cmitacademy.org
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Environmental Science - QUARTER 3, WEEK 2
This week`s lesson is about Forestry and Resource Management. Part 1: Why are forests important? What ecosystem services do forests provide? Part 2: Clear-cutting vs Selective Cutting Study the images illustrating the concepts of clearcutting and selective cutting practices for forestry management. Students will have their Quarter 3, Progress 3 unit project: THE GREEN REVOLUTION PROJECT. Student can click the below link for detailed information - Period 2 https://classroom.google.com/u/1/w/MTE4ODg3NDE5Mzgy/tc/MjY4OTk0MDg5MDgz - Period 3 https://classroom.google.com/u/1/w/MTI3MzEzMDY5MzU2/tc/MjY4OTk0MDg5MDk0 - Period 4 https://classroom.google.com/u/1/w/MTI3MzEzMDY5Mzc4/tc/MjY4OTk0MDg5MTAy - Period 6 https://classroom.google.com/u/1/w/MTI3MzE1MDkyMDYz/tc/MjY4OTk0MDg5MTA5 - Period 8 https://classroom.google.com/u/1/w/MTI3MzE1MDkyMDc0/tc/MjY4OTk0MDg5MTE1

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