BMore Me is an exciting student engagement and academic enrichment initiative. It lives in social studies curriculum and connects student learning to the rich history, legacy, and realities of Baltimore– and to students' own identities and futures.
BMore Me is designed to be relevant, deepen student engagement, and amplify student voice in schools and beyond.
Our second speaker series will focus on how we can build a better Baltimore and will include a
panel of leaders, thinkers, and activists who are working to impact change in our city. This
speaker series will be for 10th and 11th grade students. Teachers, watch for the email to sign
up to bring 30 students - it's first come, first serve and one lucky group will also win a VIP lunch!
Each unit, which lasts about three weeks, asks students to explore a compelling question connected to social studies content. It allows students to learn from a variety of relevant, engaging, and diverse sources
Brings the content to life by providing a chance for students to learn from experts, industry leaders, and community leaders.
Showcases student talents and ideas to elevate their voice on issues that are important to schools and the city
Composed of Baltimore leaders and thinkers, the advisory council serves to connect resources and opportunities to students and teachers.
Provides middle school students extended opportunity to express their passion or curiosity of Baltimore.
“ The BMore Me lessons... really allowed [students] the opportunity to explore their own identities and it was very meaningful for them. ”
Baltimore City Public Schools Teacher