• Free tickets for students to Selma

    Principals at schools with middle and high school grades | Deadline: February 1

    Local funders have generously donated money for City Schools students to see the movie Selma for free at participating theaters for a limited time. Note that the opportunity, originally available to students in grades 7 to 10, has now been extended to grades 11 and 12.

    Eligibility
    To be admitted free, students must present proof that they are in grades 7 to 12 at Baltimore City Public Schools by showing a valid student ID, report card, letter from the principal, or a combination of these. Please note that not all student IDs include a student's grade or the school district's name, so some students may need to present both an ID and one of the documents named above. Students can attend any screening at any one of the participating theaters. For schools interested in organizing field trips to these theaters, please contact the Group Sales Representative for the respective theater.

    Principals: Help promote this special event at your school using this prepared school public announcement script.

    Time period
    Friday, January 16, through Sunday, February 1, or until the ticket offer sells out.

    Participating theaters

    Please note that show times can change from week to week, and that theaters reserve the right to end the movie's run at any time. Please check the websites or call theaters to confirm dates and times of screenings.

    The Charles Theater
    1711 N. Charles St.
    Baltimore, MD 21201
    Group sales: Brian Denny, 410-727-3464 or by email

    Cinemark Towson
    111 E. Joppa Rd.
    Towson, MD 21286
    Group sales: Tiffany Foulger by email

    AMC Owings Mills
    10100 Mill Run Circle
    Owings Mills, MD 21117
    Group sales: 913-213-2021

    AMC Loews White Marsh
    The Avenue at White Marsh
    8141 Honeygo Boulevard
    Nottingham, MD 21236
    Group sales: 913-213-2021

    Please also encourage teachers to use this resource guide, prepared by staff in the Teaching and Learning department, to provide students with context for the movie.

    For questions, please email Amy Rosenkrans in the Teaching and Learning department.

    View other items in the January 15, 2015, Leadership Action Update