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04/12/2021

   
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CMIT BREAKING NEWS (SCHOOLWIDE)

YEARBOOKS AND YEARBOOK ADS FOR SALE!

WHAT DID YOU DO IN 2020-2021? Record it in our YEARBOOK!


CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)

CMIT-North Math and Statistics Awareness Month Celebration


HS BREAKING NEWS

Quarter 3 Report Card Window Key Dates


EXTRACURRICULARS

2021 FRC Competition Complete

Drama Club loves HAMILTON!

TRAC Bridge Testing Dates


HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Resuming the Standard


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CMIT BREAKING NEWS (SCHOOLWIDE)
YEARBOOKS AND YEARBOOK ADS FOR SALE!
The yearbook portal is open and ready for business. Parents, clubs, businesses, students, teachers, ANYONE 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. When you submit your order for your ad, it will come to the Yearbook Advisor and then an invitation will be sent to you to design and create your own ad. The AdBuilder is a simple tool and allows you the opportunity to put photos, texts and graphics into the ad. If you have any questions, let Ms. O’Donnell know. DEADLINE TO PURCHASE YEARBOOKS AND/OR YEARBOOK ADS IS FRIDAY, APRIL 30Th. https://ybpay.lifetouch.com/Order/SelectJob Use school code: 12278721 Thank you for supporting the yearbook club!

Tammy O'Donnell
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WHAT DID YOU DO IN 2020-2021? Record it in our YEARBOOK!
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. Take funny candids of yourself in front of your computer during distance learning. Show a new skill you learned during the pandemic--maybe cooking with your siblings or a new dance move! Take a picture and send it in for the yearbook. Maybe you are in the class of 2021 and want to say thanks to your teachers, parents, friends and supporters with a sign or picture.....sent it in to the yearbook! Maybe you are playing a sport and have some fun action shots of your team during practice....take a photo and send it in to the yearbook! Please submit candid pictures of CMIT life during distance learning. We want to see YOU in the pages of CMIT's historic year! 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 All photos must be submitted by Friday, April 30th.

Tammy O'Donnell
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CMIT UPCOMING EVENTS (SCHOOLWIDE)
CMIT-North Math and Statistics Awareness Month Celebration
WELCOME APRIL 2021 with the MATH & STATISTICS AWARENESS MONTH! For the month of April 2021, CMIT North Academy will be conducting several activities and competitions that will be open for all CMIT North Academy students. The purpose of these activities and events is to celebrate and observe the Mathematics and Statistics Awareness month. The Theme for this Months’ Math Celebration is “Math….Influence the Change”. Several Mathematics Contests are in store for the students for this month's MSAM celebration. Check out the details below of these contests: Math Video Rap Contest (open to all CMIT students) Note: Students' faces should be shown on the video rap. Make sure you have signed the Publicity Form prior to showing your face on video. This will be submitted to and will be the property of CMIT. Information and Rules: The rap must adhere to the Theme “Math….Influence the Change”. NO foul language should be used on the Video Rap. Video Rap should not be more than 5 minutes in length. Students may work individually or as a team (up to 3 members). The Due Date of Submission is on Wednesday, April 28th by 3:00 pm. To submit your entries, join “CMIT Math and Statistics Awareness Month” Google Classroom using the Code: znrqttt and upload it on the link “CMIT Math Video Rap Contest Entries”. Video Rap entries will be judged according to its Content, Rap Creativity, Accuracy and Delivery. Math Poster Contest (open to all CMIT students) Information and Rules: Posters must have a positive and verbal message and illustrate this month’s theme of “Math….Influence the Change” Students may work individually or as a team (up to 3 members). All posters will be submitted electronically as a high quality image of your physical poster or a digitally created poster. The submission should either be a PDF or a JPG file. There is not required resolution or file size but the image should be of quality that all text and graphics can be read. The Due Date of Submission is on Wednesday, April 28th by 3:00 pm. To submit your entries, join “CMIT Math and Statistics Awareness Month” Google Classroom using the Code: znrqttt and upload it on the link “CMIT Math Poster Contest Entries”. Poster entries will be judged according to Accuracy, Graphics, Attractiveness, Mechanics, Originality, and Persuasiveness. Math Learning Video Contest (open to all CMIT students) Note: Students' faces should be shown on the Learning Video. Make sure you have signed the Publicity Form prior to showing your face on video. This will be submitted to and will be the property of CMIT. Information and Rules: Learning Videos should focus on discussing any Math topic that illustrates this month’s theme of “Math….Influence the Change” Students may work individually or as a team (up to 3 members). Students face is required to be shown on the Learning Video. The Due Date of Submission is on Wednesday, April 28th by 3:00 pm. To submit your entries, join “CMIT Math and Statistics Awareness Month” Google Classroom using the Code: znrqttt and upload it on the link “CMIT Math Learning Video Contest Entries”. Video entries will be judged according to Accuracy, Delivery, Images and Graphics and Content. Math Grade Level Kahoot Challenge Contest (open to all CMIT students) Date of Competition: Wednesday, April 28th from 10:00 am to 11:00 am Type of Math Questions: General Mathematics Information and Rules: - A team should consist of five (5) members with the same grade level. - Register your team through “CMIT Math and Statistics Awareness Month” Google Classroom. Use the Code: znrqttt to join in. For more info, please contact Mrs. Eclevia at meclevia@cmitacademy.org or Ms. Keskin at ekeskin@cmitacademy.org

Mrs. Mace Eclevia & Ms. Esra Keskin, Secondary Mathematics Teachers
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HS BREAKING NEWS
Quarter 3 Report Card Window Key Dates
The 3rd Quarter Teacher Publishing Window will close on Friday, April 16th, at 11:59 PM. Third Quarter Report Cards will not be printed. Third-quarter grades will be available online on April 23rd. Parent Grade Appeal Window: 4/24/2021 - 4/30/2021 Teacher&SIT Chair Grade Change Window: 4/19/2021 - 5/7/2021 All dates can be found on the 2020-2021 Grade and Retention Schedule. (which is a Live google Doc where the link is below.) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZMuW2MCB0BF139QVsEa2h9Ktx7TPccI9kbVF6Cz5JKY/edit The Grade and Retention Schedule google doc may be accessed with a PG email account! (A current screenshot of the Grade and Retention schedule is above!)

nbayram@cmitacademy.org Mr.Bayram Grade Manager
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EXTRACURRICULARS
2021 FRC Competition Complete
Members of Team 4464 completed Zoom interviews to compete in the Infinite Recharge at Home competition for the 2021 season. We presented in the forum for Game Design, talking to the judges about Robotic Dodge Ball. In this game, robots try to lob a dodge ball into a basket attached to the opposing robots, where a basket scores the maximum number of points. They can also shoot at fixed baskets, but for fewer points. The judges seemed impressed with the idea. The robotic competition consisted of talking about the robot, the design, and build process we went through. The judges were impressed there by the fact that we did not build this frame from a kit and how we worked out the shooter, pickup, and control panel spinners. Next up for the club is seeing if we can participate in an open event to be held by MASER on April 22nd.

first robotics
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Drama Club loves HAMILTON!
Just before spring break, the drama club watched and discussed the documentary, "Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway" that not only explored how the breakout musical Hamilton came to Broadway, but also explained the historical significance of the main characters. It was a great opportunity to see some of the details that go into bringing a work to the Broadway stage. After viewing, there was discussion about the musical itself and the actors in the original cast. It was a great way to start the break. This month, Drama Club will be exploring monologues. We will watch some classic and newer monologue performances as well as consider monologues for our own performances! All are welcome to join us on Tuesdays at 3:15-4:15pm. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. O'Donnell.

Tammy O'Donnell
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TRAC Bridge Testing Dates
CLF Bridge contest will be on April 24th as it was announced however there are a few updates in the timeline as below: The new submission deadline for proposals is April 18th, 2021 at 11:59 pm. Students need to include the bridge drawing in the proposal and send it to cbicer@clfmd.org. The video submission deadline remains the same (April 23rd at 11;59pm) The actual bridge testing will be held at CLF on April 24th and a sign-up genius link will be shared with you after spring break. If you need any additional bridge building materials, you may contact your school's STEM Coordinators or Cihan Bicer at cbicer@clfmd.org If you want to test your bridge before April 24, Please sign up : https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0d4aafa92da2fe3-trac Bridge testing will happen on Wednesdays, April 14, from 2 PM to 5 PM in 20 minutes slots. We will continue weekly TRAC Bridge meetings on Fridays from 4 PM-5 PM. Students who registered for the TRAC contest already received calendar invites, google classroom code, and zoom link. Should you have any questions, please contact me at nbayram@cmitacademy.org Mr.Bayram STEM Coordinator

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HS TEACHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Resuming the Standard
As of April 6th, 2020, I will no longer be accepting late assignments for English 9 without documentation of an excused absence. Please submit any supporting documents for your (if a student) or your student’s (if a parent or guardian) absence by email to me and using the Google Form linked below. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdaBpIwdsyTLyuCg2QII8OstQXISUXjBpzhMOTUCUPIDt9VCw/viewform?gxids=7628

All the Best, Mr. Bevard
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