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BCP would like to congratulate the Wolfe Street Academy Robotics Team on winning second place in the 2019 Johns Hopkins Medicine East Baltimore Community Affairs Community Science Fair! Read more at: myemail.constantcontact.com/Baltimore-Curriculum-Project-April-2019-Newsletter.html?soid=11021950... ... See MoreSee Less

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Leaders Go Places (LGP) is a program at Hampstead Hill Academy designed to motivate students to achieve rigorous standards. In order to reach level and earn the rewards of the program, students must meet certain criteria in the classroom, the community and with their behavior. Specifically, students must have a 3.0 GPA, an 80% positive average on Class Dojo and complete at least two hours of community service. Read more at: myemail.constantcontact.com/Baltimore-Curriculum-Project-April-2019-Newsletter.html?soid=11021950... ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Middle Grades Partnership and Boys' Latin School of Maryland for all you do to support our students at City Springs Elementary / Middle! ... See MoreSee Less

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Govans Elementary STEM Scholars attended the Maryland STEM Festival's Pi Day event on March 14, 2019 at the Annapolis State House. They showed off Arduino [an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software] and Lego Milo. Read more at: myemail.constantcontact.com/Baltimore-Curriculum-Project-April-2019-Newsletter.html?soid=11021950... ... See MoreSee Less

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City Springs Elementary / Middle is so grateful to be in the second year of our partnership with Sisters Circle. Ten of our sixth grade girls were matched with their mentors. We're excited to see them grow together! Sisters Circle's comprehensive program model combines long-term mentoring with exceptional programming and resources. Read more news at: myemail.constantcontact.com/Baltimore-Curriculum-Project-April-2019-Newsletter.html?soid=11021950... ... See MoreSee Less

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Frederick Elementary School scholars and families had a blast at Family STEM Night. The night was full of interactive activities, fun experiments, and interesting exhibits. Thank you to Mr. Bond's Science Guys and the Maryland Science Center for helping lead this wonderful night of STEM. Read more at: myemail.constantcontact.com/Baltimore-Curriculum-Project-April-2019-Newsletter.html?soid=11021950... ... See MoreSee Less

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Both teams competed valiantly, but in the end the Baltimore celebrities proved that they were as smart as, but not smarter than, a BCP 5th Grader. Read more at: myemail.constantcontact.com/Baltimore-Curriculum-Project-April-2019-Newsletter.html?soid=11021950... ... See MoreSee Less

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This past February, Siegfried 'Zig' Engelmann died peacefully of heart failure at the age of 87 at his home in Eugene, Oregon. Zig was the author of the Direct Instruction programs, which are the core curricula at all of the BCP schools. We owe him a huge debt of gratitude for the programs he gave us which continue to equip our teachers with what they need to get all of our students to grow and thrive. Retired teacher and BCP coach, Anayezuka Ahidiana, expresses Zig's impact in the following piece. Read more at: myemail.constantcontact.com/Baltimore-Curriculum-Project-April-2019-Newsletter.html?soid=11021950... ... See MoreSee Less

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View the video of the eighth annual "Are You Smarter than a BCP 5th Grader?" quiz show at: youtu.be/27IM72vCd58 Thank you again to Councilman John Bullock, Rebecca Hoffberger of the American Visionary Art Museum, Sheilah Kast of WYPR, Julia Marciari-Alexander of The Walters Art Museum, Alicia Wilson of Port Covington and the students from City Springs Elementary / Middle, Frederick Elementary School, Govans Elementary School, Hampstead Hill Academy and Wolfe Street Academy for competing. Thank you to Robert Heck for serving as MC. Thank you to our sponsors: McGraw-Hill (lead sponsor), Venable LLP (lead sponsor), AKJ Education, Amerigroup, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Congressional Bank, Chesapeake Employers Insurance, The Children's Bookstore, CohnReznick LLP, Coppermine Fieldhouse, Executive Insurance Benefits, Exelon, EY, Friendship Creative Printers, Gerry's Tire and Automotive Service, Heaven 600 WCAO, Jmore, Legg Mason, MD Mojo Photo & Video Booths - Interactive Visual Experiences, MECU of Baltimore, M&T Bank, Pinehurst Wine Shoppe, Port Covington Impact, Rudolph Supply, SwagDog, T. Rowe Price, Tricerat, Inc., UNION Craft Brewing, and WYPR 88.1 FM. Thank you to the BCP Board members who served on the event planning team: Bailey Fine, Anne Perkins, and Nora Shettel. Thank you to our volunteers: Murphy Baker, Charmaine Turner, Artavia Jackson, Marvelyn Johnson, Sandi McFadden, Sabrina Wiggins, Scott Wolgamuth, and our friends from AARP Experience Corps Maryland: Donninta Hill, Theresa Jones, Dorothy Lievers, and Valorie Lightner. Thank you to George Hess, Laura Doherty and Jon McGill for kicking off the event. Thank you to Tobi Morris, Larry Schugam, Angela Scott, and Danny Roller for doing the heavy lifting, literally and figuratively. ... See MoreSee Less

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They tied! BCP would like to thank Councilman John Bullock, Rebecca Hoffberger, Sheilah Kast, Julia Marciari-Alexander, Alicia Wilson and all of the students for competing in Are You Smarter than a BCP 5th Grader? 2019 and Robert Heck for serving as MC. Thank you to our sponsors: McGraw-Hill (lead sponsor), Venable LLP (lead sponsor), AKJ Education, Amerigroup, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Congressional Bank, Chesapeake Employers Insurance, The Children's Bookstore, CohnReznick LLP, Coppermine Fieldhouse, Executive Insurance Benefits, EY, Friendship Creative Printers, Gerry's Tire and Automotive Service, Heaven 600 WCAO, Jmore, Legg Mason, MD Mojo Photo & Video Booths - Interactive Visual Experiences, MECU of Baltimore, M&T Bank, Pinehurst Wine Shoppe, Port Covington, Rudolph Supply, SwagDog, T. Rowe Price, Tricerat, Inc., UNION Craft Brewing, and WYPR. Thank you to the BCP Board members who served on the event planning team: Bailey Fine, Anne Perkins, and Nora Shettel. Thank you to our volunteers: Murphy Baker, Charmaine Turner, Artavia Jackson, Marvelyn Johnson, Sandi McFadden, Sabrina Wiggins, Scott Wolgamuth, and our friends from AARP Experience Corps Maryland. Thank you to Tobi Morris, Angela Scott, and Danny Roller for doing the heavy lifting, literally and figuratively. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you @chefcindywolf for another wonderful class and lunch for our City Springs 7th graders at Charleston!… t.co/AMByM6LJw5

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Congratulations to 2019 Heart of the School Award Honoree Principal Mark Gaither of Wolfe Street Academy. Read more… t.co/7roVjZ6O2I

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