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BCP November 2017 Newsletter

Click Here to Read BCP’s November 2017 Newsletter This edition features the following articles: Baltimore Curriculum Project Schools Embrace Mindfulness Setting Great Expectations: Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office at City Springs Frederick Elementary Opens...

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Latin Opinion Treats BCP Families to Zoo Bop

Baltimore Curriculum Project would like to thank our partner Latin Opinion for providing 35 tickets for BCP families to attend The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore's Zoo Bop, a new children's outdoor music festival with 2016 Latin Grammy Winner 123 Andrés​, on September 3,...

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BCP September 2017 Newsletter

BCP's September 2017 Newsletter includes: Baltimore Curriculum Project Summer Training City Springs Students Help Victims of Hurricane Harvey City Springs Starts the Year Off Strong Frederick's New Building, New Charter & New Principal Inspire Renewed Hope Govans...

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PARCC/MARYLAND STATE ASSESSMENT RESULTS - HUGE GAINS FOR HHA STUDENTS!

Hampstead Hill Academy students outperformed their peers in
Baltimore City Public Schools and the State as a whole. In reading, 52% of HHA students passed, 42% of students in Maryland passed, and 18% of students in City Schools passed. In math, 42% of HHA students passed, 31% of students in Maryland passed, and 14% of students in City Schools passed. HHA’s performance on PARCC puts them first in the city for the second year in a row in 3-5 reading among African-American students. HHA is number two of 124 elementary schools (3-5) in reading and math among economically disadvantaged students. HHA are number one of 94 middle schools (6-8) in reading and math for economically disadvantaged students. For English Language Learners, HHA ranks fourth out of 124 elementary schools in reading and math and second out of 94 middle schools in reading and math. We are proud of the performance of all of our students and recognize that the gap in performance between our highest performing and lowest performing student groups is persistently wide. Staff at HHA are forming a Data and Equity subcommittee of the School Family Council this fall to analyze the performance of all student groups, the composition of students identified as gifted or advanced, and make recommendations to better support the high academic performance of all HHA students.

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Business Volunteers Maryland's GIVE program has done some wonderful work at the BCP schools including supporting career and college readiness at Wolfe Street Academy in 2013. The GIVE team organized a Legg Mason Jeans Day Fundraiser, a Career Day at the school on October 16th and a college tour of Towson University on October 22nd. The team also raised funds for transportation for the college tour!

GIVE Team members included:

Trent Zivkovich (Team Captain), Whiteford Taylor & Preston LLP
Carolyn Funsch, Legg Mason
Mallory McDonald, Legg Mason
Aaron Nodar, M&T Bank
Joseph Rabinowicz, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP

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