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  • Baltimore Civitas School

    Middle School Transition Schedule

    Period 1

    Students arrive and store bookbags and outer clothing in their lockers.  They will bring everything they need for the day including their lunch to their first period class.

    Period 2/3

    9:20 – 9:25

    801 to Intervention class

    7th Grade Lunch (9:50 – 10:20)

    Teachers walk their students to the cafeteria and make sure they are seated in their assigned tables.  No student is allowed to go to his/her locker. 

    9:50 – 9:55

    802 to the high school floor. 7th Graders transitions to lunch.

    6th & 8th Grade Lunch (10:20 – 10:50)

    10:20 – 10:25

    pick up their 7th graders from lunch.

    10:25 – 10:30

    6th  & 8th graders transitions to lunch.

    Period 5/6

    10:50 – 10:55

    pick up their 6th & 8th graders from lunch.

    Period 6/7

    Teachers will escort students directly to their next class. Lavatory/water/locker use is not allowed at this time. Follow the 15-minute rule.

    11:20 – 11:25

    702 to Math class.701 to Intervention 

    Period 7/8/9

    Teachers will escort students directly to their next class.  Lavatory/water/locker use is not allowed at this time.  Follow the 15-minute rule.

    11:50 – 11:55

    801 to ELA class

    11:55 – 12:00

    601 to PE class.  602 to Library class

    Period 8/9

    Teachers will escort students directly to their next class.  Lavatory/water/locker use is not allowed at this time.  Follow the 15-minute rule.

    12:20 – 12:25

    Ja701 to Science class

    Period 9/10

    Teachers will escort students directly to their next class.  Lavatory/water/locker use is not allowed at this time.  Follow the 15-minute rule.

    12:50 – 12:55

    601 to Intervention class. 602 to Intervention class

    Period 10/11

    Teachers will escort students directly to their next class.  Lavatory/water/locker use is not allowed at this time.  Follow the 15-minute rule.

    1:20 – 1:25

    801 to Math class.  701 to ELA class.

    Period 11

    Teachers will escort students directly to their next class.  Lavatory/water/locker use is not allowed at this time.  Follow the 15-minute rule.

    1:50 – 1:55

    702 to Science class.

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    Baltimore Civitas School

    High School Bell Schedule

     

    PERIOD

    TIME

    MODULE

    1/2

    8:00 – 9:50

    110 min

    3/4/5

    9:50 – 11:20

    90 min

     

     

     

    PERIOD

    TIME

    MODULE

     

    PERIOD

    TIME

    MODULE

    6

    11:20 – 11:50

    lunch 1

     

    6/7/8

    11:20 – 12:50

    90 min

    7/8/9

    11:50 – 1:20

    90 min

     

    9

    12:50 – 1:20

    lunch 2

     

     

     

    PERIOD

    TIME

    MODULE

    10/11

    1:20 – 2:50

    90 min

     

     

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  • Parents/guardians: Please read this letter regarding your school’s achievement and Maryland State Department of Education requirements
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  • Students in Action
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Principal Tammy Mays   Welcome to the website for The Baltimore Civitas School, and thank you for your interest in our work. Civitas means citizenship and we are a school focused on graduating  community-centered, college-ready citizens. In order to cultivate Civic-Awareness, Civitas partners with organizations like The University of Maryland Medical Center (Midtown), Sinai Hospital, and John Wesley United Methodist Church, whose innovative student programs and internships reflect the Civitas Mission and Vision. Whether it is through our community partners or experiential learning (fieldtrips, etc.), Civitas staff are always looking  for creative ways for our students to be engaged academically and holistically.  Overall, we are focued on accelerating the academic achievement of all students, in partnership with the entire community, to ensure that students have the attitudes, skills, and proficiencies needed to succeed in college and in the 21st century global workforce.

We welcome inquiries from anyone interested in our work fostering the next generation of Baltimore’s citizens!