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Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School

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05/13/2016

   
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

BREAKING NEWS

Congratulations


UPCOMING EVENTS

Events for May 22nd - May 28th

Graduation Rehearsal - Last Day for Seniors & Graduation Day

EARTH FEST!

CSP Closed May 31st for Graduation

CSP Students Will Follow Normal Schedule Next Week


SCHOOL NEWS

CSP Prom

Career Day 2016 Was A Success!

Congrats CSP Students!

After School Clubs Will Be Ending Soon!


ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS

Kids in College; Summer at AACC

Summer School

AACC Early College

PARCC for High School Students (ENGLISH 10 and ALGEBRA I)

Terp Young Scholars


OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Parents of Seniors...Interested in Pictures from Graduation


FAQs
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BREAKING NEWS
Congratulations
Congratulations to Mrs. Griffin for being nominated as CSP's Teacher of the Year. We thank you for your service to Chesapeake Science Point and our students.

CSP Staff
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Events for May 22nd - May 28th
Thursday, May 26th
~Last day for Graduating Seniors
~Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal for Graduating Seniors

Friday, May 27th
~EarthFest
~Graduation Set-up 1:00 pm
~Middle School Dress Down


Angie Obrien Principal's Secretary
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Graduation Rehearsal - Last Day for Seniors & Graduation Day
Seniors will have two mandatory rehearsals. Students that wish to participate in the ceremony must attend both rehearsals.

Rehearsal #1 - Thursday, May 26th at 11:30 am (followed by a BBQ)

Rehearsal #2 - 7:30 am on May 31st (graduation day)

Please contact Mrs. O'Brien if you have any questions.

Angie Obrien Principal's Secretary
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EARTH FEST!
Hello CSP Community!

Earth Fest is quickly approaching!

We are excited to bring to you a day full of activities and fun for our students. Some activities include:

Games 2 U Truck - A video game truck that allows up to 20 players play at a time. (fee required)
Human Hungry Hippos
Face Painting
Tug-O-War
Flower Planting
Pie in the Face
Dunk Tank
And Much More!

Activities will take place on May 27th from 10 am to 2 pm. There is not entry fee for Earth Fest, but there will be concessions and snacks available for purchase. We recommend that students bring $10 to $20 for snacks and the game truck.


We need you! We need help with both set up/clean up and assisting with the activity booths. Sign up to volunteer here:

www.SignUpGenius.com/go/4090D4FAFA829A3F58-earth


Earth Fest Committee
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CSP Closed May 31st for Graduation
Please note that CSP will be closed on May 31st for the graduation ceremony of the Class of 2016!!

The Juniors in National Honor Society are expected to be present as one of their service projects, as they have in the past, even though school is closed for students. The event will be over earlier than a regular school day. Mrs. McCallister will meet with NHS to go over the final details.

Angie Obrien Principal's Secretary
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CSP Students Will Follow Normal Schedule Next Week
Despite the message sent out by AACPS, CSP will operate on a normal schedule during HSA administration.

Angie Obrien Principal's Secretary
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SCHOOL NEWS
CSP Prom
CSP's third annual Junior/Senior prom was held Friday, May 13th, at Historic Savage Mill Manor. Over sixty Juniors and Seniors showed up to share in this special event and dance the night away. A special congratulations to Prom Queen Samantha Cheek and Prom King Robert Fitzgerald, along with Prince Charlie Cadden and Princess Samantha Robinson!

Sean Meighen
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Career Day 2016 Was A Success!
CSP Career Day on April 29th was a great success, thanks to all of our wonderful presenters! We had over 60 presenters come out and volunteer their time to speak to our students. Our students are still talking about the great presentations, and they are very excited about their future careers. Thank you CSP family and friends for planting the seeds of success for our students on Career Day!

K. Smith - CSP School Counselor
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Congrats CSP Students!
During CSP Career Day some of our students were offered internships & job interviews! Congratulations to Temitayo Ogunbadejo, Adissa Kum, Reyan Sheikh, Roy Davis & Xavier Moses.

K. Smith - School Counselor
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After School Clubs Will Be Ending Soon!
The 2015-16 CSP After School Club Program will officially end on Thursday, May 26, 2016. We hope that your children have enjoyed these amazing opportunities to participate in clubs of their choice. Thank you for your support!

K. Smith - School Counselor
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ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS
Kids in College; Summer at AACC
AACC has many summer camps available for students of all ages. You can find information at http://www.aacc.edu/kic/summer.cfm, or pick up an information packet at the Front Desk.

Darryl Gonzalez
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Summer School
The 2016 Summer School schedules are available at http://www.aacps.org/html/instr/evening/booklet.pdf.
Remember, CSP is an E-Free School, so if a student fails a class, the student must make up the class outside of CSP. Summer School is a great way to do that. If your student failed a class in the first semester, you should have received an email explaining Summer School procedures. If your student fails a class in the second semester, you will receive an email after final grades come out.

Darryl Gonzalez
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AACC Early College
Students who are taking AACC classes at CSP next year have to take the ACCUPLACER by June 2. There are two sessions that students can sign up for on June 1 and June 2. If a student does not take ACCUPLACER by June 2, they will forfeit their spot in the class, and it will be given to another student. Please be sure to sign up to take the test!

Darryl Gonzalez
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PARCC for High School Students (ENGLISH 10 and ALGEBRA I)
10th grade students currently enrolled in English 10, and 9th grade students currently enrolled in Algebra I will start taking the PARCC assessment on Monday May 16th at 8:30am. Students taking the English 10 assessment need to bring their headphones to school (the school has a limited amount of headphones available for those who don't have headphones).

Students taking the English 10 need to report to rooms 202/204 (names will be posted on the doors). Students taking the Algebra I assessment need to report to room 210. Thanks!

Mona Gomaa
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Terp Young Scholars
Terp Young Scholars invites high school students with exceptional ability and promise to an outstanding pre-college experience at the University of Maryland.

Terp Young Scholars is open to rising high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors from across the United States and around the world.

During three unforgettable weeks, you'll:

Pursue academic interests and discover career opportunities.
Study with exceptional faculty in a stimulating environment.
Engage in creative problem solving with equally talented peers.
Earn three university credits.
Discover the independence of college life.

For more information: http://oes.umd.edu/young-scholars/terp-young-scholars

Darryl Gonzalez
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OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Parents of Seniors...Interested in Pictures from Graduation
Lifetouch will be present taking photos of our graduates as they celebrate this wonderful achievement. For more information on how to purchase photos, please see the attached flier.
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Angie Obrien Principal's Secretary
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