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03/22/2021

   
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CMIT BREAKING NEWS (SCHOOLWIDE)

AND THE WINNERS ARE....

Mathmagicians' New Successes

Debate Team Places at Washington Urban Debate League March Madness tournament


CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)

EARTH DAY 2021: Inter-Grade Level Kahoot Game on Environmental Sustainability

EARTH DAY 2021: Curriculum - Instruction - Community Partnership - Celebration!

Earth Day 2021 - Logo Design Competition

Earth Day 2021 - CMIT GREEN SCHOOL OFFICIAL VIDEO CAMPAIGN INVITATION!


HS BREAKING NEWS

2021 Senior Diploma Verification Forms

Regular Tutoring Attendance Results in Strong Gain Grades


EXTRACURRICULARS

CMIT MSA Women’s Day Discussion

Yearbook Club

Women's History Month by the Photography Club

Drama Club

Turkish Cooking Class for Students!!!


DEPARTMENT UPDATES

Social Studies Department News

Vocaabulary.com weekly update-English.

Come & Celebrate with Science


HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Novel Study with Ms. O'Donnell

Environmental Science Advocacy Challenge Video Project


FAQs
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CMIT BREAKING NEWS (SCHOOLWIDE)
AND THE WINNERS ARE....
“Science is more than a school subject, the periodic table, or the properties of waves. It is an approach to the world, a critical way to understand, explore and engage with the world, and then have the capacity to change that world..." — President Barack Obama, March 23, 2015 TASK 1: INTER CLASS Science Classes Launch the first-ever STEM fair competition. Students started their project in October 2020. Over 150 projects were submitted, and those top ten projects from participating classes were invited to compete. TASK 2: INTER SCHOOL Morgan Pringle, Kyree Wilson, Jasmyne Wilson, Gabrielle Solomon, Zainab Alkidd, and Cameron Salisbury compete and won with more than 60 projects from the first CMIT High School STEM FAIR. TASK 3: DISTRICT Prince Georges chose Morgan Pringle, Kyree Wilson, Jasmyne Wilson, Gabrielle Solomon, Zainab Alkidd, and Cameron Salisbury STEM projects using their video presentation. More than 500 entries in the district compete to forward to the 73rd Annual Area STEM Fair. TASK 4: Seventy-third Annual Area STEM Fair Morgan Pringle 3rd Place - Environmental Engineering Meritorious Awards from: Clean Air Partners Association of Women Geoscientist (AWG) MIT Club of Washington Morgan will represent CMIT to express the Health risks of poor air quality for Clean Air Partners, humanitarian issues for AWG, and a voice to affect positive change in the world. Morgan will also have the opportunity to compete Math & Science Fair and join the Mu Alpha Theta National Convention. Jasmyne Wilson 1st Place - Cellular and Molecular Biology With very few points away from the INTEL ISEF (national) competition, her project was highly recommended to challenge next year's competition. Please take note that Jasmyne is only in Grade 9. And last yet very, very attractive, not just for CMIT pride but for a student to develop a vocation: Cameron Salisbury was given a special invitation for an NIH position, Eunice Kenedy Shiver Summer Internship program. G-SOAR students will spend the summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the world's leading scientists in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. Scholars perform research with a mentor in the NIH Intramural Research Program (IRP) during their NIH internships. They will be immersed in a translational science culture. They will explore important elements of the basic, translational and clinical research enterprise.

Dr. CLARKE Science Teacher Academic Support & Tutoring Services Coordinator HS Science Fair Coordinator Green School Club Advisor
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Mathmagicians' New Successes
Dear Parents & Guardians,  Hope you had a great weekend. I suppose we all need a relaxing break, but just hold tight one more week..! Mathmagicians Team students have a busy week, they took two competitions, Math League and Math Madness. I am waiting for the district and state-level results for Math League Contest, but I can announce our school winner, Nigel Seymour. Congratulations to Nigel. 🥇 It is not finished yet. I have super-duper news for you. The Mathmagicians Team won this week's round of Math Madness against the Little Indians Team. 🏆 Let's celebrate our team. 🎉🎉🎉 Nigel Seymour  Suhani Patel  Hannah Simmons  Christina Thomas  Izuchukwu Nwadike  Renee Ogoh  Favour Nwogu  Jayden Russell  Kanyinsola Ijaduola Congratulations Mathmagicians! Go Tigers! Twitter: @CMITAcademy Instagram: cmitacademy Facebook: @CmitNorthHighSchool YouTube: CMIT Academy Media https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPuPgTO2ZyC2WQoTOgBislA?view_as=subscriber

Esra Keskin, MBA Math Teacher Math Contests & Competitions Coach ekeskin@cmitacademy.org
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Debate Team Places at Washington Urban Debate League March Madness tournament
On Saturday, March 20, CMIT had four teams compete at the Washington Urban Debate League's March Madness tournament. At the tournament, we had students compete in both the Novice and Junior Varsity levels. Congratulations to the entire debate team for making CMIT so proud!!!! Novice Placements: Team Awards: 5th place team - Sapri Sise and Dailyn Wray Individual Awards: 14th place - Sapri Sise, 12th place - Chelsea Ayitey-Adjin, 4th place - Dailyn Wray Junior Varsity Placements: Team Awards: 10th place team - Cameron Rogers and Jayden Russell, 5th place team - Precious Sobowale and Shawn Kelly Individual Awards: 9th place - Precious Sobowale Please also be sure to congratulate Sapri Sise and William Ross for competing in their first debate tournament ever, and congratulate Cameron, Jayden, Precious, and Shawn for competing at the JV level for the first time ever! Our Golden Tigers really challenged themselves and have been working so hard this season. Being a new team to the debate league, we are extremely proud of our students!!!! Future Events & Updates: Interested in observing a future Debate Tournament? Our next tournament is Saturday, April 24, 2021 and will take place from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Additionally, the debate team has begun to recruit for next year! We will be sending CMIT students to the Washington Urban Debate League's summer camp program to help them prepare for next year's topic. We want any students interested in joining debate for the 2021-2022 school year to attend this camp as well. If you are interested in attending this FREE camp in the summer and learning more about debate, or if you'd like to come observe a tournament, please email Ms. Ryan!

Rebecca Ryan, Professional School Counselor & Debate Coach rryan@cmitacademy.org
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CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)
EARTH DAY 2021: Inter-Grade Level Kahoot Game on Environmental Sustainability
The CMIT Green School will be hosting an Inter-Grade Level Kahoot Game on Environmental Sustainability to celebrate Earth Day. The fun and interactive games are on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. Those students who will be attending the game will enjoy the following: Winners will receive an Environmental Sustainability Gift - Exemption of one Assignment from the Science teachers (We are still working with Math and English teachers) - You will receive extreme live-fun on the CMIT youtube channel. Informational pamphlets about the topic will be provided a week before the Kahoot event. Prizes will be awarded to the ten participating members of the winning class. Please come and join us. Check out some online resources on this topic: https://sphera.com/glossary/what-is-environmental-sustainability/ Green School Members: Ansharan Akbar Antonia Carr Micah Davis Chiamaka Ekekwe Sarah Suleman Deena elzaree Laila Elzaree Heidy Garcia Peyton Moncrieffe Marcelo Osorio Suhani Patel Morgan Pringle Amanda Queen Miguel Queen Ashley Tchokote Nkechinyerem Ekekwe BryantAlexander Oliphant Moyosoreoluwa Adeyemo

By: Zainab Alkidd. Lead Member (Kahoot Game - Earth Day 2021) Dr. CLARKE Science Teacher Academic Support & Tutoring Services Coordinator HS Science Fair Coordinator Green School Club Advisor
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EARTH DAY 2021: Curriculum - Instruction - Community Partnership - Celebration!
On Thursday, during our second period, of April 22, 2021, the Green School will be hosting campaign videos, live performances, and environmental speakers on a live blog or conversational style via our CMIT YOUTUBE channel to celebrate "Earth day 2021". Our theme is "One CMIT, One Earth." All students will have a chance to blog or interact during the event to let everyone know about protecting and restoring our planet. We will show the different campaign videos created by the Grade 11 students. We will have three speakers from Alice Ferguson Foundation, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and a Lieutenant from the US Coast Guard, who will educate us on weather phenomena and their potential effects on the airplane. We will post our complete program soon. Green School Members: Ansharan Akbar Zainab AlKidd Antonia carr Micah Davis Chiamaka Ekekwe Nkechinyerem Ekekwe Deena elzaree Laila Elzaree Heidy Garcia Peyton Moncrieffe BryantAlexander Oliphant Marcelo Osorio Suhani Patel Morgan Pringle Amanda Queen Miguel Queen Sarah Suleman Ashley Tchokote Moyosoreoluwa Adeyemo By: Peyton Moncrief and Morgan Pringle, Lead members (Earth day 2021, One CMIT, One Eart Live Blog)

Dr. CLARKE Science Teacher Academic Support & Tutoring Services Coordinator HS Science Fair Coordinator Green School Club Advisor
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Earth Day 2021 - Logo Design Competition
Want your design to be the face of Earth Month 2021 in CMIT's Profile pictures? Submit your design by April 13, 2021. The winning creation will be used on our social media, websites, flyers, and CMIT Green School Official Logo. The design must… * Inspire all CMIT to participate in Earth Month Activities * Contains Unity of Message and Purpose * Consistency drives the clarity of our messages -: "Take care of the Earth or Love our Earth", or "One CMIT one Earth (united with "Green Sustainability")." * There must be unified visual and written messages strengthening our institutional credibility and building trust while establishing a strong voice for CMIT; who we are is reflected in how people think, feel, and respond when they hear “CHESAPEAKE MATH & IT ACADEMY.” * Be a better ambassador for the SCHOOL and reinforce the brand by utilizing these guides and resources. * Be a PNG or JPG and be 1080x1080 pixels 72 dpi The winner will receive big prizes from CMIT Green School Club. Please submit your entry to the google classroom Earth day 2021 Logo Competition. GOOGLE CODE Class code eyekw2m You may also email your entries to sarah.suleman2021@cmitacademy.org. Green School Members: Members: Ansharan Akbar Zainab AlKidd Antonia carr Micah Davis Chiamaka ekekwe Nkechinyerem ekekwe Deena elzaree Laila Elzaree Heidy Garcia Peyton Moncrieffe BryantAlexander Oliphant Marcelo Osorio Suhani Patel Morgan Pringle Amanda Queen Miguel Queen Sarah Suleman Ashley Tchokote Moyosoreoluwa Adeyemo By: Sarah Suleman - Lead member, Earth day 2021 Logo Competition

Dr. CLARKE Science Teacher Academic Support & Tutoring Services Coordinator HS Science Fair Coordinator Green School Club Advisor
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Earth Day 2021 - CMIT GREEN SCHOOL OFFICIAL VIDEO CAMPAIGN INVITATION!
The CNIT Green School members would like to invite students, parents, teachers, admins, staff, and the community to join our VERY FIRST OWN CMIT Green School Video Campaign. Yes, we will be launching our very own Green Sustainability Video Campaign via official eMarketer, Facebook, Twitter, newsletter, and other forms of Social Media on April 22, 2021. If you would like to know what is a Video Campaign, please watch the videos below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DEc16dEMns https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76YtUwwW-LI If you like those videos and would like to be in our own exclusively written script by the CMIT Green School members, please email kennedy.jones2021@cmitacademy.org or leila.elzaree2022@cmitacademy.org, and we will email you the logistics by March 26, 2021. Members: Ansharan Akbar Zainab AlKidd Antonia carr Micah Davis Chiamaka Ekekwe Nkechinyerem Ekekwe Deena Elzaree Laila Elzaree Heidy Garcia Peyton Moncrieffe BryantAlexander Oliphant Marcelo Osorio Suhani Patel Morgan Pringle Amanda Queen Miguel Queen Sarah Suleman Ashley Tchokote Moyosoreoluwa Adeyemo By: Leila Elzaree and Kennedy Jones

Dr. CLARKE Science Teacher Academic Support & Tutoring Services Coordinator HS Science Fair Coordinator Green School Club Advisor
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HS BREAKING NEWS
2021 Senior Diploma Verification Forms
Hello Seniors and parents, By now, you all should have received your Senior Diploma Verification forms in your student's PG email and parents email address on file. Please review this form for accuracy and have parents sign and return to Mrs. Bond at sbond@cmitacademy.org no later than Friday, March 26, 2021. If there is an error with the spelling of the student's name, please be sure to provide the correct spelling, along with legal documentation to support. I have attached the parent letter from Dr. Goldson. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me. Thank you in advance.

Mrs. Bond, Registrar
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Regular Tutoring Attendance Results in Strong Gain Grades
The above data (tables and charts) explain a great increase in the overall progress during tutoring sessions. Much of this progress can be attributed to the students` crowning their strong willingness to attend the extra class and the attention placed in their lessons through their tutors' help. With two weeks left before the closing of the third quarter grading, if you need help and support please don't hesitate to inform the academic service. Email gclarke@cmitacademy.org and we are happy to serve.

Dr. CLARKE Science Teacher Academic Support & Tutoring Services Coordinator HS Science Fair Coordinator Green School Club Advisor
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EXTRACURRICULARS
CMIT MSA Women’s Day Discussion
The Cmit MSA (Muslim Student Association) club invites everyone to participate in this Friday’s discussion on March 26th. We have a guest speaker, Ms. Margaret Johnson, who will be giving her speech about Women’s Rights in Islam, and following her speech, there will be a Q&A session. If you are interested in this subject please follow the zoom link below. You can see more details in the flyer. Looking forward to seeing you! Topic: MSA Friday discussion Time: Mar 26, 2021, 05:00 PM Eastern Time (the US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://pgcps-org.zoom.us/j/87923444745?pwd=aFFlUlZJbVh4VnBmckJsWWZ1bmY5UT09 Meeting ID: 879 2344 4745 Passcode: 318002

Tuba Subasi
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Yearbook Club
Yearbook club has been hard at work putting together a yearbook like no other! We are trying to capture the crazy year we have had and need your help. Please submit candid pictures of CMIT life during distance learning. Help us capture these moments so you can look back and remember how you never gave up! Candids of you playing basketball outside, working in class, chatting with friends through apps....all of this will help us create a yearbook that defines this time. If you want to submit a drawing, a poem, or even a joke, please send your submissions and photos to yearbook@cmitacademy.org. If you have any questions, please let Ms. O'Donnell know at todonnell@cmitacademy.org ALSO: The yearbook portal is open and ready for business. Parents can purchase ads for their students (all grade levels) as well as the yearbook itself. The yearbook is $55 this year and ads range in price from $5 to $25. The deadline for purchasing an ad is April 9th. All orders can be placed through: https://ybpay.lifetouch.com/Order/SelectJob Use school code: 12278721 Thank you for supporting the yearbook club!

Tammy O'Donnell
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Women's History Month by the Photography Club
Hello CMIT! Photography Club has a few photos to share in honor of Women's History Month! We have two original collages, one from Susan Kamara and one from Ella Solomon. Susan chose to create a collage of her mother, who is the strongest person she knows and views as a role model. Ella chose to create a collage of Amanda Gorman, and added a beautiful quote by her. Kennedy Johnson also submitted a photo that inspires her. Here are some words of what this photo means to her: "This picture of Maya Angelou is so inspiring and so special to me because it gives me a sense of hope and empowerment and as Maya Angelou once said, "We may encounter many defeats but we must not be defeated." So CMIT, who are some important women in history or women that you know in your life and look up to? Who inspires you?

Brittany Gonzalez - Biology Teacher & Photography Club Sponsor
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Drama Club
We have been busy in Drama Club this month! Drama Club recorded our performance of TO BE YOUNG, GIFTED AND BLACK for Black History Month and Women's History Month. This is a self portrait of Lorraine Hansberry, the first African American female playwright to have a play performed on Broadway. It has been posted on the CMIT YouTube channel. Congratulations to Nkechi Ekekwe, Damilola Bright, Moyo Adyemo, Mikayla Mensah, Masai Wray and Tatiana Emeruwa on their performances. Bravo!!

Tammy O'Donnell
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Turkish Cooking Class for Students!!!
On March 18th, I had a chance to spend the evening with a group of culinary enthusiasts students in which we cooked and baked together two delicious Turkish treats. Some students preferred to take notes and try later and some students simultaneously cooked with the chefs. I baked a traditional dessert from Turkish cuisine which is semolina cookies in syrup (sekerpare) and invited Ms. Omur, who is a former Cmit Middle school IT teacher, and she showed us all the steps to cook perfect Vegetarian Red lentil meatballs. It was so much fun, and I am glad that students enjoyed it and send the pictures of their foods after class. It was so much fun to read all these positive comments. Looking forward to the future Turkish cooking classes.

Tuba Subasi
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DEPARTMENT UPDATES
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: March 22, 1972 - The Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed by the U.S. Senate and then sent to the states for ratification. The ERA, as it became known, prohibited discrimination on the basis of gender, stating, "Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex," and that "the Congress shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article." Although 22 of the required 38 states quickly ratified the Amendment, opposition arose over concerns that women would be subject to the draft and combat duty, along with other legal concerns. The ERA eventually failed (by 3 states) to achieve ratification despite an extension of the deadline to June 1982. March 23, 1775 - Patrick Henry ignited the American Revolution with a speech before the Virginia convention in Richmond, stating, "I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!" March 24, 1989 - One of the largest oil spills in U.S. history occurred as the oil tanker Exxon Valdez ran aground in Prince William Sound off Alaska, resulting in 11 million gallons of oil leaking into the natural habitat over a stretch of 45 miles. March 25, 1911 - A raging fire erupted inside a garment factory in New York City killing 123 young women employed as low-paid seamstresses, along with 23 men. The fast-spreading flames engulfed the 8th and 9th floors of the Triangle Shirtwaist Company in lower Manhattan in just a few minutes. About 50 of the victims had jumped to their deaths rather than perish from the flames. The sensational tragedy spurred national interest concerning the rights of mostly-immigrant women workers of the New York garment industry who labored long hours six or seven days a week in cramped, dangerous conditions for about $5 weekly pay. March 26, 1979 - The Camp David Accord ended 30 years of warfare between Israel and Egypt. Prime Minster Menachem Begin of Israel and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat signed the treaty of mutual recognition and peace, fostered by U.S. President Jimmy Carter. *Information for each day came from: https://www.historyplace.com/specials/calendar/march.htm

Mrs. Jessica Cunning, Social Studies Department Chair
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Vocaabulary.com weekly update-English.
The winners for this week's Vocabulary. com Challenge in Ms. O'Donnell's class was 8TH PERIOD MEDIA ARTS with 2,989,002 points and 4TH PERIOD ENGLISH 11 with 1,473,328 points. So far for the third quarter, all of Ms. O'Donnell's students have earned a total of 6,897,038 points. That is amazing! Congratulations! Ms. Houston's classes have earned a total of 444,403 points for the third quarter. Mr. Hommel's classes have earned a total of 303,148 points for the third quarter. BUT THE QUARTER IS NOT OVER YET!! Overall, CMIT is in 19th place in Maryland in total points for this past week, and right now we are in 5th place overall in Prince George's County!! Keep going Tigers!!! We are close to beating the three PGCPS High Schools above us. Keep playing and excellent job everyone!

Tammy O'Donnell
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Come & Celebrate with Science
YOU ARE INVITED! WHAT: A Genome to Celebrate WHEN: Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at 9:00 am WHERE: Join Zoom Meeting https://pgcps-org.zoom.us/j/86577358737?pwd=TW90MnlnUmhLVlhPVmMyVXpPRnc4dz09 Meeting ID: 865 7735 8737 Passcode: 893375 WHY: Celebrate the initiatives which make a real impact, sparking enthusiasm for STEM subjects & careers, and honor students who were doing great with sustainability. WHO: Morgan Pringle, "Can You Turn Up the Heat?" CMIT Overall winner- 1st Place PGCPS, Contender for Environmental Engineering 73rd Annual Area STEM Fair: 3rd Place - Environmental Engineering Meritorious Awards from Clean Air Partners; Association of Women Geoscientist (AWG); MIT Club of Washington Jasmyne Wilson CMIT, STEM Honorable Mention PGCPS, Contender for Cellular & Molecular Biology 73rd Annual Area STEM Fair: 1st place Cellular & Molecular Biology Cameron Salisbury, "Fruit Water Filtration" CMIT Overall winner, 2nd Place PGCPS, Contender for BioChemistry Kyree Wilson CMIT, STEM Honorable Mention PGCPS, Contender for Plant Science Zainab Alkidd, "Can Radishes Prevent Soil Erosion? " CMIT, STEM Honorable Mention PGCPS, Contender for Earth Science Gabrielle Solomon, "Probiotic Solubility in Various Water Qualities" CMIT, STEM Honorable Mention PGCPS, Contender for Microbiology Ayo-Oluwa Grace Akinlade Top 1 Winner of the CMIT’s Green School of the MAEOE - REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINTS ARTS AND ESSAY CONTEST Niyah Belton Top 2 Winner of the CMIT’s Green School of the MAEOE - REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINTS ARTS AND ESSAY CONTEST Joycelyn Ajiboye Top 3 Winner of the CMIT’s Green School of the MAEOE - REDUCING CARBON FOOTPRINTS ARTS AND ESSAY CONTEST

Dr. CLARKE Science Teacher Academic Support & Tutoring Services Coordinator HS Science Fair Coordinator Green School Club Advisor
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HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Novel Study with Ms. O'Donnell
Our next novel study has begun! The novel selection is "JUST MERCY: A Story of Justice and Redemption", by Bryan Stevenson. It is our first non-fiction book this year and students have been engaged is some timely discussions. There will be a PDF version of the book provided on google classroom, but in case you want your student to have a hard copy of the book to read instead, I have put the information below. I hope you will consider reading along with your student and sharing with them. It is a timely topic. “[Bryan Stevenson’s] dedication to fighting for justice and equality has inspired me and many others and made a lasting impact on our country.”—John Legend Bryan Stevenson was a young lawyer when he founded the Equal Justice Initiative, a legal practice dedicated to defending those most desperate and in need: the poor, the wrongly condemned, and women and children trapped in the farthest reaches of our criminal justice system. One of his first cases was that of Walter McMillian, a young man who was sentenced to die for a notorious murder he insisted he didn’t commit. The case drew Bryan into a tangle of conspiracy, political machination, and legal brinksmanship—and transformed his understanding of mercy and justice forever. Just Mercy is at once an unforgettable account of an idealistic, gifted young lawyer’s coming of age, a moving window into the lives of those he has defended, and an inspiring argument for compassion in the pursuit of true justice. If you have any questions, please let me know!

Tammy O'Donnell
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Environmental Science Advocacy Challenge Video Project
Environmental Science students will submit their 1-minute video advertisement today, March 22, 2021, to demonstrate Student-Driven Advocacy of Sustainable practices. These videos will be shared every day starting April 1st to 30th in our CMIT social accounts and morning announcement to reference our Earth day celebration. What is Inside The 1-Minute Video Ad? Contains a 30-second to a 1-minute video (3 minutes will be the maximum time) with any of the following content - in which students answer the question: “What environmental problem are you most concerned about, and what is the most important thing people can do to address it?” This will be GRADED on poise and diction, explain the environmental challenge, and the effectiveness of the strategy you provide to address the environmental challenge. - singing a song, reciting a poem, or rapping to educate people about why protecting the earth’s forests is important to help combat climate change. This will be GRADED on your creativity and the effectiveness of linking forest conservation and human wellbeing to climate change. - "on ways CMIT students Can Become a Leader in Addressing Climate Change.” This will be GRADED on your poise and diction, persuasiveness, and soundness of the arguments. All rules and regulations were discussed in the class, including publicity reports.

Dr. CLARKE Science Teacher Academic Support & Tutoring Services Coordinator HS Science Fair Coordinator Green School Club Advisor
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