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UPDATE: Network security and use of computers 

Effective immediately, staff and students may now use their personal devices to access virtual learning and other tools. We ask all users to continue to avoid using Baltimore County schools devices to access City Schools resources. You may use asynchronous online platforms that we know are secure, such as iReady, Imagine Math, Amplify online, etc. 

We also ask all users to avoid opening emails from suspicious sources. For security, we have blocked all emails coming from Baltimore County, and ITD is monitoring all incoming emails for suspicious messages. If you receive a suspicious email, do not open it and report the occurrence to cityschoolsphish@bcps.k12.md.us.

Expires on 11/30

A-Z Directory

Calendar

School year schedule, along with dates and times of meetings, events, and other activities

/calendar




Campus Portal

The convenient, 24/7 way to access schedules, attendance, grades, and more.

/campus-portal




Capital Improvement Program

See: Buildings




Career and Technology Education

See: High School




Career and Technology Education (CTE)

/cte




Career Pathways for Administrators

School and district leaders can move along professional pathways that reflect their growth as leaders and their contribution to student success

/career-pathways-administrators




Career Pathways for Teachers

City Schools teachers can take control of their careers and grow within professional pathways and salary intervals

/career-pathways




Careers

See: Jobs




Census

 

 

 

/census




CEO Ombudsman

See: Complaints




CEO Sonja Santelises

Dr. Sonja Brookins Santelises has spent close to 30 years focused on building high-quality teaching and learning to help students excel. Read about her background and check out upcoming CEO events in the community.

/ceo-sonja-santelises




Certification

Staff resources and contact information for certifications

/certification




Charter and Contract School Renewal

See: Archived - School Portfolio Review




Charter Schools

These public schools are managed by outside operators, with decision-making over aspects of programming, budgets, and more. Together, City Schools' charter and contract schools give families more options for meeting students' needs and interests.

/charter-schools




Chief of Staff Office Contacts

/chief-staff-office-contacts




Child Find

See: Special Education




Choice

At City Schools, students have the choice to choose and apply for the middle or high school of their choice.

/choice




Chronic Absence

See: Attendance




City Schools Connect

/city-schools-connect




Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremonies

See: Graduation Ceremonies




Code of Conduct

/code-conduct




College & Career Readiness

Pursue well-matched postsecondary options aligned to college, career, and citizenship through investments in building college and career knowledge, work-based learning opportunities, access to mentors, and by designing individual student plans. 

/ccr




College Readiness

See: High School




Communications and Community Engagement Contacts

/communications-and-community-engagement-contacts




Communications Templates for Staff

District letterhead and presentation templates for staff use

/communications-templates




Community Member

/community-member




Community Use of Schools

See: Using School Buildings




Complaints

/complaints




Concerns

See: Complaints




Conducting Research

See: Research and Data Requests




Construction

See: Buildings




Contact Us

/contact-us




Continuity of Learning

Options for students to continue learning during events where school-based instruction is not possible.

/continuity




Contract Schools

See: Charter Schools




CTE

See: Career and Technology Education (CTE)




Curriculum, Grades 6 to 8

See: Middle School




Curriculum, Grades 9 to 12

See: High School




Curriculum, Pre-k to Grade 5

See: Elementary School




Cyberbullying

See: Bullying