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Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School

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12/23/2015

   
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

BREAKING NEWS

Dress Code

Chesapeake Science Point 11th Annual Science Fair

Chesapeake Science Point 11th Annual Science Fair

Honor Roll


UPCOMING EVENTS

Santa's Workshop at the CSP Blockparty


SCHOOL NEWS

Block Party

Food Pantry


OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

MATH TEAM SCHEDULE FOR JANUARY


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BREAKING NEWS
Dress Code
Hello Parents,

Now that all students have received uniforms, the dress code will be strictly enforced in the new year. Please review the uniform policy with your student over the break. The uniform policies can be found on mycsp.org ->Students -> Uniform policy.

Please note that high school students should not be wearing middle school uniform items and middle school students should not be wearing high school uniform items.

Ashley Moore
Assistant Principal
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The middle and high school hallways were festively decorated in Holiday style for the 4th Annual Holiday Door Decorating Contest. The students worked together to come up with the idea for their door and locate the materials to construt their idea. The winner of the Door Contest will be announced in the next News Letter following upon our return from the holidays. Below is a respresentative of some of our students' beautiful doors.

Donna McCallister
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Chesapeake Science Point 11th Annual Science Fair
Saturday, December 19th, Chesapeake Science Point held its 11th Annual Science Fair. Twenty four middle school students received certificates and prizes for first, second, and third place in their respective categories. These twenty four plus three other students, chosen by the science teachers, will represent Chesapeake Science Point at the 2nd Annual Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation STEM Fair to be held January 30th. Ten middle school winners will also represent CSP at the AACPS Regional Science Fair to be held March 5th at North County High School.

We are happy to announce the winners of the high school divisions. The projects fell into seven categories. There are three winners in each category and three grand prize winners. First place winners of each category and grand prize winners will receive their prizes on February 10th at a dinner ceremony held by CLF. Second and third place winners will receive their prize on or about February 10th. Fifteen high school winners will be chosen, by the science teachers, to represent CSP at the AACPS Regional Science Fair to be held March 5th at North County High School.

Grand Prize 1st
Ben Kelm
Grand Prize 2nd
Ana Fahey
Grand Prize 3rd
Maya Albayrak
Behavioral & Social Sciences
1. Leah Smilek
2. Nina Smilek
3. Theresia McQuaid and Hannah Brostek
Botany and Zoology
1. Alexander Bonilla
2. Asjed Tufail
3. Precious Ajiboye
Chemistry
1. Caddeo Nicolas
2. Kyle Yamaguchi
3. Ahsia Miller
Earth and Environmental Science
1. Cecilia Ramirez
2. Samuel Mickel
3. Alexander Oquendo
Engineering, Math & Computer Sciences
1. David Kravets
2. Matthew Berg
3. Mark Kelm
Microbiology, Medicine & Health
1. K. Glenn Boyette
2. Carlea Williams
3. Stanley Zhu
Physics
1. Roman Onyshkevych
2. John Shaia
3. Joseph Taylor
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Yasmin Beazer-Barclay
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Chesapeake Science Point 11th Annual Science Fair
Saturday, December 19th, Chesapeake Science Point held its 11th Annual Science Fair. Twenty four middle school students received certificates and prizes for first, second, and third place in their respective categories. These twenty four plus three other students, chosen by the science teachers, will represent Chesapeake Science Point at the 2nd Annual Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation STEM Fair to be held January 30th. Ten middle school winners will also represent CSP at the AACPS Regional Science Fair to be held March 5th at North County High School.

We are happy to announce the winners of the high school divisions. The projects fell into seven categories. There are three winners in each category and three grand prize winners. First place winners of each category and grand prize winners will receive their prizes on February 10th at a dinner ceremony held by CLF. Second and third place winners will receive their prize on or about February 10th. Fifteen high school winners will be chosen, by the science teachers, to represent CSP at the AACPS Regional Science Fair to be held March 5th at North County High School.



Grand Prize 1st
Ben Kelm
Grand Prize 2nd
Ana Fahey
Grand Prize 3rd
Maya Albayrak
Behavioral & Social Sciences
1. Leah Smilek
2. Nina Smilek
3. Theresia McQuaid and Hannah Brostek
Botany and Zoology
1. Alexander Bonilla
2. Asjed Tufail
3. Precious Ajiboye
Chemistry
1. Caddeo Nicolas
2. Kyle Yamaguchi
3. Ahsia Miller
Earth and Environmental Science
1. Cecilia Ramirez
2. Samuel Mickel
3. Alexander Oquendo
Engineering, Math & Computer Sciences
1. David Kravets
2. Matthew Berg
3. Mark Kelm
Microbiology, Medicine & Health
1. K. Glenn Boyette
2. Carlea Williams
3. Stanley Zhu
Physics
1. Roman Onyshkevych
2. John Shaia
3. Joseph Taylor

Yasmin Beazer-Barclay
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Honor Roll
Our Principal's Honor Roll Students were honored at a Breakfast held in the morning to celebrate their wonderful accomplishments with their families. Congratulations to all of our amazing scholars. We are looking for even more students and families to join us for the breakfast next Marking Period.

Donna McCallister
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Santa's Workshop at the CSP Blockparty
Hello parents and students! Everyone is looking forward to the Block Party at CSP this Wednesday! One of the possible activities is a visit to Santa's Workshop --AKA Ms. Bulisco's classroom-- to shop for holiday gifts or yourself! Crafts and small gifts will be available for purchase all day long and students will be able to visit during the day. All proceeds will fund future student activities.

Happy Holidays!

Ms. Bulisco
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SCHOOL NEWS
Block Party
Our students enjoyed a day of fun during the Block Party that they earned from meeting our goal for Harvest for the Hungry. All day on Wednesday, students were able to participate in structured activities held in each classroom from holiday card making, crafts, games, movies, puzzles, and more. Santa's workshop was even included in the day's events where students were able to purchase new to slightly used gifts for friends and family. Thank you all for your contributions to the Harvest for the Hungry collection. Each of you made a difference!
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Donna McCallister
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Food Pantry
The students and staff of CSp generously contributed to the Food Pantry which helped us donate items to community families in need during the holiday season. The National Honor Society will continue to help father items for the CSP Food Pantry for the rest of the school year to make sure the items are available to the community as needs arise. Please contact Mrs. Griffin or Mrs. Goma for further details.

Donna McCallister
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OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
MATH TEAM SCHEDULE FOR JANUARY
Dear Math team family,

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!!!

Please take note of the Math team practice and scheduled competitions for January:

Practice: January 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 15, 27, 28 and 29

MS Math Competition :
- Carderock Math competitions- January 22 ( this is limited to 10 students- invitations will be sent once list is finalized)

HS Math Competitions:

-January 12- HS Mathleague ( in school)
-January 30 - AACC Contest # 3.

Thank you.




MRS. VALENCIA
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