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08/19/2018

   
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

NEWS

First Day of School for High School

First Day of School for 7th and 8th Grade Students

First Week of School for 6th Grade Students

Family Fun Day - Back to School Event - August 25th !

BUILDING CHARACTER - 'DAY OF SERVICE'

ARE YOU READY FOR SCHOOL?


UPCOMING EVENTS

BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT SY19

Student Service Learning Opportunity

STEM Academy at JHU APL Applications Open


ACADEMY NEWS

School Supply List

HIGH SCHOOL SY19 ENGLISH BOOKS

MIDDLE SCHOOL SY19 READING/ENGLISH BOOKS

CMIT South 2018-19 Academic Calendar

Classroom Technology Help part 1

Classroom Technology Help part 1.5 (student video)


ANNOUNCEMENTS & REMINDERS

High School Soccer Tryout

2018-2019 Enrichment

Student Service Learning Form Deadlines

SAFETY SCHOOLS TRAINING FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS


PTO NEWS

Looking for A few Good Candidates

Support CMIT South PTO with Amazon Smile

Sign-up to activate your 2018 - 2019 CMIT South PTO Membership

2018 CMIT South PTO Events for the New School Year - September/ October!

Volunteer Opportunities in August!


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NEWS
First Day of School for High School
September 4th is the first day for all high school students. Students will enter the building through the high school entrance. Upon entry, they will report directly to the classrooms as listed. Students will receive their schedule during the first period on Tuesday. Teachers will be in the halls to direct students to the correct rooms. Any new students will also use the high school entrance and will be redirected upon arrival. Please refer to the list below to know where to report. 9th Grade A - D ROOM 323 9th Grade E - K ROOM 325 9th Grade L - P ROOM 327 9th Grade R - Z ROOM 329 10th Grade A - E ROOM 315 10th Grade F - MB ROOM 317 10th Grade MC - R ROOM 321 10th Grade S - Z ROOM 326 11th Grade A - F ROOM 301 11th Grade H - ME ROOM 303 11th Grade MI - R ROOM 332 11th Grade S - Z ROOM 334 Students are asked to bring a notebook, pencils, pens, an eraser, and a sharpener. No backbags until lockers are distributed. Expected donations include but not limited to hand sanitizer bottles, tissue boxes, paper towels, etc.

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First Day of School for 7th and 8th Grade Students
September 4th is the first day for all 7th and 8th grade students. When 7th and 8th grade students arrive at school on Wednesday, they will report directly to the classrooms listed. Colleges listed below are those students were assigned last school year. Students will receive their schedule and new college assignments during the first period on Tuesday. Teachers will be in the halls to direct students to the correct rooms. Make sure to use middle school entrance door, please do not use the front entrance. Any new students not using this entrance will be redirected upon arrival. Parent wishing to enter the building with students must return to the front desk to check in. Cornell: Ms. Hamilton RM 139 Delaware: Ms. Cuddy RM 159 Duke: Ms. Hall RM 153 Harvard: Ms. Berroa RM 138 Howard: Mr. Smith Gymnasium UMD: Ms. Caple RM 129 Texas Mr. Robinson RM 124 UCLA: Mr. Roorda RM 151 Vanderbilt: Mr. Sutherland RM 125 Georgia Tech: Ms. Melchoir RM 133 Virginia Tech: Ms. Brown RM 140 Bowie: Ms. Sawyer RM 132 Students are asked to bring a notebook, pencils, pens, an eraser, a sharpener and lunch money/lunch. No bookbags until lockers are distributed. Expected donations include but not limited to hand sanitizer bottles, tissue boxes, paper towels, etc.

Lara Asafa, Principal
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First Week of School for 6th Grade Students
September 4, 2018 is the first day for all 6th grade students. Students will have received their schedules on August 31, 2018 during orientation. On August 31, 2018, students are expected to report to the multi-purpose room/cafeteria upon arrival. Parents wishing to accompany students in the building must report to the front desk to check in. Staff members will be in the hallways to direct the students. After the breakfast, students will be picked up by teachers and they will report to class. New students will receive their permanent schedules on August 31, 2018. CMIT South administration has analyze students’ data and place the new students in appropriate curricula. The following criteria is being utilized to determine your child's curriculum: -- MSA/PARCC or other standardized test scores from previous years, -- Report card from the previous grade, -- Course history in elementary school (e.g. any advanced or Honors courses), -- TAG (gifted and talented program at PGCPS) status, -- Data results from the pre-assessment taken during May-August 2018 The analysis of all pre-assessment data along with the criteria mentioned will ensure your child receives their customized curricula based on their assessed areas of strengths and growth. Students are asked to bring a notebook, pencils, pens, an eraser, and a sharpener. No backbags until lockers are distributed. Expected donations for classrooms include but not limited to hand sanitizer bottles, tissue boxes, paper towels, etc.

Lara Asafa, Principal
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Family Fun Day - Back to School Event - August 25th !
Let's start the new school year off with a CMIT South Family Event Your are invited to attend the Family Fun Day- Back to School Event August 25, 2018 Time- 11:00am - 3:00pm Cost - FREE to CMIT South Middle and High School Students and Parents Food Trucks ($) , Games, Music, Parent Information Sessions, Meet and Greet Opportunities Transportation Vendors, PTO Membership Signup, and much more! To volunteer for specific areas for the day, please sign-up via this link ===> https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090948afae2ea3fa7-cmit2 Look for sign-ups for 8/25 specifically. We are also offering Service Learning Hours for those CMIT South Returning Students that can spare at least 1-2 hour of their time volunteering for assigned areas for the day. We will assign the first 5 -10 students volunteers for the day. VOLUNTEERS ONLY - check-in at the registration area starting at 10:00am. We hope you will join us.

CMIT South PTO
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BUILDING CHARACTER - 'DAY OF SERVICE'
Students from the class of 2020 were at CMIT South MS/HS on Friday August 24, 2018 for a 'Day of Service' organized by the Class of 2020 Graduation Committee. Students were all over the building helping staff prepared the school for opening. Their service helped to put us on track for school opening. Students had an opportunity to earn Service Learning Hours. Many thanks to all Ms. Kimberly Johnson and all parent members of the Graduation Committee for organizing this event.

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ARE YOU READY FOR SCHOOL?
As the new school year approaches, Please go through the checklist to ensure that your scholar is ready for the first day of school. Please confirm that you have: -- Acquired uniform tops (at least two polos) -- Acquired uniform pants (Khaki or Navy Blue) -- Acquired uniform shoes (all black, no colored insignia or sole) -- Acquired PE top and bottom (all black bottoms, no colored insignia) middle school only -- Acquired school supplies (please refer to supply list and book list) -- Visited the doctor and updated your shots September 04 will be here before you know it. Do not delay, get ready for school.

CMIT South
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UPCOMING EVENTS
BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT SY19
Please mark your calendars for SY19 Back to School Nights: Tuesday, September 18, 2018: 7th Grade & 8th Grade Thursday, September 20, 2018: 6th Grade & High School Schedule is from 4:00pm - 7:00 pm each night.

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Student Service Learning Opportunity
The 6th Annual Race for Every Child will be held on Saturday, October 20, 2018. The volunteer registration site is up and waiting for you to sign-up. The race will be held at Freedom Plaza, Washington, DC. There will be a 5K race and a Kid’s Dash. Please find below a link to a website where you can get information on the race as well as register to volunteer. www.raceforeverychild.org Volunteer Registration http://volunteers.marathonguide.com/volunteerregistration/raceforeverychild.cfm

Ms. Amos
Professional School Counselor
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STEM Academy at JHU APL Applications Open
The JHU-APL STEM Academy is now accepting applications for our fall rotation. STEM Academy is a series of preparation courses for students interested in science, engineering, technology and math. Students will have fun while learning foundational skills and expanding their hands-on experience learning from STEM professionals. To apply, please visit: http://www.jhuapl.edu/STEM/Students/Stem-Academy The deadline for applying is September 3, 2018. Registration does not guarantee acceptance. Students will be notified by September 10th. Course Offerings for Fall 2018 Course descriptions available at http://www.jhuapl.edu/STEM/Students/Stem-Academy Courses will be offered once a week from September 17-December 14, 2018 (no class the week of Thanksgiving). All courses are for grades 8th-12th with the exception of Code Like a Girl. Monday Youth Leadership & Communication I: 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Youth Leadership & Communication II: 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. (must have completed Youth Leadership & Communications I) SolidWorks I 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. SolidWorks III 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. ( must have completed SolidWorks I and II) Critical Thinking 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Tuesday Circuits I: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. MATLAB I: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Code Like a Girl I (6th-8th grade): 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Python I: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Friday Social Network Analysis: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. For more information and course descriptions, please visit our website at http://www.jhuapl.edu/STEM/Students/Stem-Academy Questions – aplstem@jhuapl.edu or 240-228-7836

STEM Academy at JHU APL
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ACADEMY NEWS
School Supply List
School supply list for the 2018-19 school year is attached. Please note that teachers may require additional items as needed throughout the school year.
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HIGH SCHOOL SY19 ENGLISH BOOKS
Below are reading books to used with the curriculum in the English classes next school year. Please ensure your student have the books for the first quarter first day of school. Students in Honors English may need to acquire additional novels for the curriculum. The English teachers will advise if any additional books are needed. Ninth Grade To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros All American Boys by Jason Reynolds/Brendan Kiely Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens Tenth Grade Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka Lord of the Flies by William Golding Enrique’s Journey by Sonia Nazario Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe Eleventh Grade Sula by Toni Morrison The Awakening by Kate Chopin Native Son by Richard Wright

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MIDDLE SCHOOL SY19 READING/ENGLISH BOOKS
Below are reading books to used with the curriculum in the Reading classes next year. Please ensure your student have the books for the first quarter first day of school. Students in Honors Reading may need to acquire additional novels for the curriculum. The reading teachers will advise if any additional books are needed. Sixth Grade Quarter 1 - Hoot by Carl Hiaasen Quarter 2 - The Young Landlords by Walter Dean Myers Quarter 3 - Anything But Typical by Nora Raleigh Baskin Quarter 4 - Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbit Seventh Grade Quarter 1 - Taking Sides by Gary Soto Quarter 2 - Let the Circle Be Unbroken by Mildred Taylor Quarter 3 - Tangerine by Edward Bloor Quarter 4 - Crater by Homer Hickam Eighth Grade Quarter 1 - A Mango-Shaped Space by Wendy Mass Quarter 2 - Ghost by Jason Reynolds Quarter 3 - Code Talker by Joseph Bruchac Quarter 4 - The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

CMIT SOUTH
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CMIT South 2018-19 Academic Calendar
CMIT South follows PGCPS calendar. Parents are encouraged to register for text or email alerts for school closings and emergencies by filling out the online form on PGCPS website: https://www1.pgcps.org/communications/press.aspx?id=152446 Students and parents are asked not to schedule any vacations or trips to coincide with school days for the 2018-19 school year. Maryland state law requires that all students between the ages of 5-16 attend school regularly. Absences from and tardies to school is disruptive to the learning process. Studies have shown that students who attend school on a regular basis earn better grades and learn more than those who are frequently absent. Students will earn incentives for Perfect Attendance. Please note that last days for students and teachers are subject to change due to inclement weather make-up days and students may be required to attend school later than indicated. Please do not plan any family vacations until after June 21, 2019. Parents and students are asked to visit PGCPS website for 2018-19 calendar updates: http://go.activecalendar.com/pgcps/ The state of Maryland recognizes the following as lawful (excused) absences from school: -Death in the immediate family -Illness of the student -Quarantine -Court summons -Principal-approved activity -Mental or physical incapacity -Violent storms -Observance of a religious holiday -State of emergency

CMIT South MS/HS
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Classroom Technology Help part 1
Hello All! As the new year begins I wanted to post some help videos, while they do not have sound, they show how to access all the important features we will use in class. I will be posting a student and parent version of the videos. The student versions will be much longer and show more features as they are the ones who will be doing the work, but I will always be willing to answer questions to the best of my ability. The first series of help videos are for Edmodo. Along with being attached here, these videos will also be posted in the folders section in each class' Edmodo page (for when students get to school). The student video will also be broken into sections on the Edmodo page that way if students have a particular problem they may be able to find it quickly instead of watching the longer video. Disclaimer: The codes and emails provided in the video are just for demonstration and will not be active emails or groups. Again, I am willing to answer any question to the best of my ability and will post more help videos as I make them. Get ready for a great year!

Mr. Wassam
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Classroom Technology Help part 1.5 (student video)
Hello All! Following up on the previous post, the student video is too large to upload but I will post it on Edmodo and show students how to access it during the first week of class. See you all soon!

Mr. Wassam
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ANNOUNCEMENTS & REMINDERS
High School Soccer Tryout
Greetings, Our Junior Varsity (9-10) Soccer Team and the Varsity (11-12) Soccer Team continue with tryout and practice August 27 thru August 30. Everyone have to be in Mellwood Hills Community Park Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 by 3:30 pm. Practice finish at 5:00 pm and parents must pick up the participants at the Mellwood Hill Soccer field. All participants are expected to bring their cleats, shin guards and water. Here is the Schedule. Boys and Girls tryout and practice Date: Monday August 27, 2018 Time: 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM Place: Mellwood Hills Community Park Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Boys and Girls tryout and practice Date: Tuesday August 28, 2018 Time: 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM Place: Mellwood Hills Community Park Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Boys and Girls tryout and practice Date: Wednesday August 29, 2018 Time: 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM Place: Mellwood Hills Community Park Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Boys and Girls tryout and practice Date: Thursday August 30, 2018 Time: 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM Place: Mellwood Hills Community Park Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Must complete the Physical Form for participate. See you there. (HIGH SCHOOL students only)

Mr. Arroyo/Soccer Coach/farroyo@cmitsouth.org
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2018-2019 Enrichment
As our school year begins, spots in the before and after school enrichment program are filling up quickly! If you have not registered your child please do so soon as spots are limited. Advantages of Enrichment * Students will have access to technology to complete their homework. * Students will have limited access to teachers should assistance on homework assignments is needed. * Students can complete other activities that can strengthen their skills in core subjects like math, reading, science, and social studies. * New this year AVID! HOPEFULLY. Students will learn how to develop good study habits and the proper way to take notes thru a new program we are working on implementing this year. See the brief description below. After School Study Program OVERVIEW Implementing practical and constructive homework/study habits is an essential developmental factor in academic success. During the After School program, collaboration, inquiry and organization allows the students to master course content, seek out resources, become present in student-centric problem solving, note-taking, and communication. Studying habits can become void if not managed properly. During the After School Program, time-management will be a certified key practice point. Students developmental level will be considered for the amount of time spent on each course-subject. These encouraging practices will contribute to the future success of the students education and self-advocacy. GOALS Expand students study habits and techniques. Advanced note-taking applied in and out of the classroom. Build confidence in test taking and lab environments. Organization and Time-Management. SPECIFICATIONS How do we get students to learn how to study? Devalue repetition and memorization by supplementing mastery of course content by working with Peer-Leaders to problem solve, articulation of comprehension, critical thinking skills, and note-taking. The Note-taking process will be the core of learning how to study because it influences organization of thought and material, breaks up information for processing, jotting down questions for further review, summaries at the end of each note-taking, and incorporating a word bank to enhance vocabulary which leads to in-depth understanding of the subjects content. Test taking should be a challenge but it shouldn’t be the reason a student is being held back. Applying these techniques to their everyday involvement in and out of class will build their confidence in a testing and lab environment because they know how to break down question in the problem solving phase, mentally reflect back on their notes and understand how the question requires a response because the student has studied the vocabulary related to the subject. If you are interested in signing your child up for the enrichment program for the 2018-2019 school year please copy and paste this link https://cec.clfportal.org/ and follow the prompts on the screen. If you would like information about prices and times, you can view the brochure by copying and pasting this link http://clfmd.org/enrichment-2/ If you have any further questions please contact the office at 301-776-2300.

Mrs. Caple-Price Enrichment Coordinator
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Student Service Learning Form Deadlines
I hope everyone had a warm and relaxing summer! Please pay close attention to the following information regarding Student Service Learning Hours. Below are very important deadlines. In order for Student Service Learning hours to count, all forms must be submitted on or before the deadline(s). Submitted forms must include all signatures (volunteer supervisor, student, and parent), and all questions must be answered. Electronic copies of the forms will not be accepted. Hard copies are required. Students are required to earn a total of 24 independent Student Service Learning hours for high school graduation. Important deadlines: -September 7th for any hours earned June 20- June 30, 2018 -October 15th for any hours earned between July 1- August 30, 2018 -January 31st for any hours earned between September 1, 2018- January 31, 2019 -Last day of school for any hours earned between January 31st- last day of school

Ms. Amos
Professional School Counselor
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SAFETY SCHOOLS TRAINING FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS
Hello CMIT SOUTH FAMILY, This is a friendly reminder that if you are interested in volunteering at the school, you must complete the safety trainings provided by PGCPS. All school volunteers have to do SafeSchool Training even for one-time field trips. Create an account and complete your safe schools training. Print certificates for proof of completion. Here is the link: https://www1.pgcps.org/required-training/ Attached is a pdf which explains CMIT South's visitation/ volunteering policy Once you have gone to PGCPS and gotten your fingerprints, a copy is needed for CMIT's main office. Thank you,

Mrs. Washington
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PTO NEWS
Looking for A few Good Candidates
Hello CMIT South Family, The CMIT South PTO is looking for a few good candidates to help fill open positions on the PTO Executive Board. Please send an email to pto@cmitsouth.org by Friday, September 14th, if you are interested in any position listed below. Please be sure to include your contact information , experience in the area and why you feel you would be a good candidate. Elections will be held on Thursday , September 27th at the General PTO Meeting. - TREASURER - Responsible for the collecting , depositing, and tracking all monies for CMIT South PTO. Producing monthly financial reports, and working closely with the President to ensure all financial matters are in order. Recommended experience : Financial background and experience with Excel and on-line tools. (Elected Position) - ASSIST TREASURER - Responsible for assisting the Treasurer as needed with collecting and depositing all monies for CMIT South PTO. (Appointed Position) We look forward to seeing the CMIT South Family stepping up to the challenge and making our PTO Board complete. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you

CMIT South PTO
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Support CMIT South PTO with Amazon Smile
Hello CMIT South Family, As the new school year is about to start for 2018-2019, please think about supporting CMIT South PTO. When you are shopping for uniform items, books and school supplies , please remember to use Amazon Smile for your next purchase . This is another way to support the PTO effort to raise money for student programs at CMIT South. We receive a percentage of the total sale. Feel free to spread the word! Go to Amazon Smile and look for CMIT South PTO. Thank you for your support,

CMIT South PTO
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Sign-up to activate your 2018 - 2019 CMIT South PTO Membership
The CMIT South PTO Board is excited to work with the CMIT South Community to do great things in this new school year. We will need your support to make the activities and programs successful. Please join us and sign-up to be a CMIT South PTO member today. It is $15 per family. Teachers and businesses can join for $15 too! We will be accepting membership payments for 2018-2019 school year at the Family Fun Day - Back to school Event on Saturday, August 25, 2018. CASH or CHECKS accepted. Please feel free to sign-up via www.pt-avenue.com , CMIT South PTO membership tool. Click on 'Login' icon and then enter the organization code 'CMITSPTO' and then click on the 'Register' icon. You can complete the information to become a PTO member. Your membership dues is a contribution that will support activities and programs offered to our CMIT South Community. We look forward to you becoming a part of a great school community.

CMIT South PTO
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2018 CMIT South PTO Events for the New School Year - September/ October!
-SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 2018 Family Fun Day -Back to School Event at CMIT South Time- 11:00am - 3:00pm Cost - FREE to CMIT South Middle and Highshool Students and Parents Food Vendors ($) , Parent and Student Information sessions, Music , Meet and Greet session, Games & Fun activities and lots more ! - TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2018 Dap Day: Positive Male Role Models Greeting Children Back to School TIME - 8:15 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. LOCATION - CMIT South Conference Room Sign-up today to volunteer your time! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090948AFAE2EA3FA7-dapday/70151420 - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2018 First Friday’s PTO Fundraiser -"Lunch on Me" Campaign begins for the month of October. We ask parents to donate their lunch money the 1st Friday of each month ($8 each month for 8 months- $64 per family). Participate on pt-avenue.com (organization code -CMITSPTO) and look for the online store or drop your donation in the First Friday Drop Box near the front desk. Thank you.

CMIT South PTO
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Volunteer Opportunities in August!
The new school year is upon us and we have several opportunities for you to volunteer. -Decorate/ Clean-up for New school year/ Teacher Breakfast - (8/23-24 @ 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.) - Family Fun Day -Back to School Event volunteers (8/25 @ 9:00 a.m- 2:00 p.m) Please sign-up today and make a difference at CMIT South! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090948AFAE2EA3FA7-cmit2/70151420 Thank you in advance for your support.

CMIT South PTO
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FAQs

What is the Uniform Policy?
The uniform policy can be found on our website, under Students tab. http://cmitsouth.org/uniform-policy/

How do we order uniform items?
Uniform items can be ordered by completing the online order form: https://anderon-mmp.myshopify.com/ or www.cmituniforms.com
Families wishing to purchase uniform in store may visit:

All American Wear, Inc.

5001-B Forbes Boulevard

Lanham, MD 20706

301-459-5000

Do I have to purchase uniforms from this vendor?

No, however, uniforms purchased from other vendors must have 100% identical color tone and the CMIT South logo. The current uniform vendor provides donation to the CMIT South PTO based on sales. Each uniform purchase from Minuteman Press is contribution to the school. 


What is CMIT South's Daily Schedule?
8:20am - 8:40am:
- Student arrival (drop off is at the side entrance)
- Doors close at 8:40am (after 8:40am parents need to sign late students in at the Front Office)

8:20am - 8:45am:
- Homeroom (Breakfast is available during this time until 8:45am)

8:45am - 2:49pm for 6th & High School grades and 8:45am - 2:54pm for 7th & 8th grades: 
- Academic instruction

2:49/2:54pm - 3:10 pm: 
Student pick-up outside (Students who are not picked up by 3:10pm will be waiting outside for their ride. There is no adult supervision for these students during this time).

Clubs and enrichment activities will begin immediately following dismissal. All club/enrichment participants must report directly to the cafeteria. Students who continuously fail to report directly to their designated locations will lose the privilege to participate in any after school activities. 

How do I pay for my child's lunch?
Breakfast and lunch are served every day. You can add money to your child's account by visiting this link. You can also pay by cash or money order in the cafeteria. 

Can my child bring their own lunch to school?
Students can bring a lunch from home. Lunches can be stored in the student's locker. Microwaves are available in the cafeteria to warm food. Refrigerators are not available for students. Lunch taken to lunch room should be consumed in lunch room. Student cannot return to locker after lunch. All lunch bags should be left in lockers if student do not wish to place in bins after lunch. Lunch bags are not allowed in class.

What do they serve for school lunch?
A monthly menu is provided by Food and Nutrition Services. Click here for lunch and breakfast menu.

What is the academic calendar?
CMIT follows the Prince George's County Public School calendar found here. To receive notifications of PGCPS school cancellations by providing information here.

Where can I find information about CMIT events and updates?
Every Friday CMIT South publishes its weekly newsletter. It is HIGHLY recommended that you subscribe to the newsletter. It is a vital means of communication between CMIT South and stakeholders. Please click here to subscribe to CMIT South Newsletter. Please visit www.cmitsouth.org for more information.

 

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