The Team

Our team is talented and committed!

We are mission-driven and love to see students succeed.

Laura Doherty

President

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Tobi Morris

Marketing and Development Associate

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Marvelyn Johnson

Academic Coach

Wayne Lawson

Database Specialist

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Larry Schugam

Executive VP and Chief Development Officer

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Susan Lattimore

Academic Coach

Rosemary Byron

Academic Coach

Jon McGill

Director of Academic Affairs

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Angela Scott

Human Resources Administrator

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Brenda Kahn

Academic Coach

In support of our educational model, BCP employs School-Based Instructional Coaches:

City Springs Elementary/Middle School
Stacey Hicks
Jenae Toulson
Tiffany Key
Vicky Jennings

Frederick Elementary
Charmaine Turner

Govans Elementary School
Regina Jones
Linda Frost

Hampstead Hill Academy
Nora Hogan
Carey Fetting-Smith
Megan Trainer
Kathi Sexton

Wolfe Street Academy
Maura Farrall

Board of Directors

Victor Abiamiri
Portfolio Analyst, Brown Advisory

Danisha L. Allen, MD
Pathology Department, Saint Agnes Hospital

Robert I. Benjamin
Senior Editor, T. Rowe Price

John T. Bullock, Ph.D.
Councilman, Baltimore City Council

Jacquelyn Duval-Harvey, Ph.D.
Deputy Health Officer, Prince George’s County Health Department

Bailey Evans Fine
Community Volunteer

Christopher N. Forrest
Community Volunteer

Ryan Galloway, CPA
Global Sales & Commercial Senior Finance Manager, Microsoft

George Hess
Board Chairman

Mohannad “Mo” Jishi
Group Vice President, M&T Bank

Heather L. Mitchell
Counsel, Venable LLP

Michael Niccolini
Board Co-Chair; President, MCM Capital Partners, LLC

Anne S. Perkins
Community Volunteer

Rachel Pfeifer, Ph.D.
Executive Director, College & Career Readiness, Baltimore City Public Schools

H. Canfield (Toby) Pitts
Princeton Capital Management

Deborah Ramsey
Executive Director, Unified Efforts – Out of School Time Youth Center

Stuart O. Simms, Esq.
Secretary
Partner, Brown, Goldstein & Levy

Nora Shettel
Director, Corporate Insurance, Legg Mason Global Asset Management

Georgia Smith
Community Volunteer

Thiru Vignarajah
Partner, DLA Piper

Jennifer Blois Vitelkites
Executive Director, Ernst & Young LLP

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CITY SPRINGS ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL

GOVANS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

HAMPSTEAD HILL ACADEMY

WOLFE STREET ACADEMY

FREDERICK ELEMENTARY

BALTIMORE CURRICULUM PROJECT
2707 E. Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
410-675-7000
Fax: 410-675-7030
bcpinfo@baltimorecp.org

CITY SPRINGS ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL

FREDERICK ELEMENTARY

GOVANS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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Please consider supporting the HHA PTO - Hampstead Hill Academy Parent Teacher Organization's annual Bee Fit Fundraiser. Last year, funds raised from Bee Fit paid for a variety of activities and equipment including musical programs, Leaders go Places, new gym equipment, the Lego Club, classroom supplies, and field trips. Hampstead Hill Academy ... See MoreSee Less

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This beautiful Parent Room at Govans Elementary School is just one of the many ways Legg Mason has supported the BCP Schools over the years. ... See MoreSee Less

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We had a great turnout at the 2018 Homecoming at Hampstead Hill Academy! Welcome back to all of our students! ... See MoreSee Less

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STRIVE FOR UNDER FIVE: A new attendance initiative called, Strive for Under Five, is being rolled out at Hampstead Hill Academy, Wolfe Street Academy, City Springs Elementary / Middle, Patterson Park Public Charter School, and Commodore John Rodgers Elementary/Middle School. The goal of the program is to encourage students to miss less than five days during the school year and improve attendance in Southeast Baltimore schools. Each month, students will receive a certificate if they achieve perfect attendance. With this certificate, they will earn incentives from local businesses. Students can redeem their incentives by bringing their certificate to the designated businesses or locations, which will be listed on the back of their certificate. The incentives will include items such as a free kid’s meal or beverage, free books, a 20% off coupon, buy one get one free offers, etc. Each student will receive a magnet that provides reminders and strategies for getting to school every day on-time, and a chart each month that will help them track their attendance. ... See MoreSee Less

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A successful Donuts for Dads event at Frederick Elementary School ... See MoreSee Less

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