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Progress Report

Every day, throughout City Schools, students, families, staff and communities are making progress - academically, on personal and professional goals, in pursuing passions and opportunities, and in achieving the goals of the Blueprint for Success:

To build a generation of young people with the skills, knowledge, and understanding to succeed in college, careers, and community, not just here in Baltimore but in any city in the world.

Read about some of the recent progress.

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Career Ready Fridays Connect Students with Professionals In All Industries

Distance-learning program evolves into a huge classroom hit

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2nd-and 3rd-Grade Violinists Make Strings Sing at Abbottston Elementary

ESSER funding gives students immersive musical education

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3rd-graders and Medical Students Team Up for Explosions and Mentoring

Talent Mentoring Program reaches more than 200 students across 22 schools.

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Educators Honored During Teacher Appreciation Week

Amazing City Schools educators honored with treats, gifts, visits and awards

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School Communities Celebrate Student Achievements Across the District

Honors, parties, shopping sprees and arts displays help celebrate students’ success

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Green Healthy Smart Challenges Bring Sustainable Projects to Students and Schools

Baltimore Office of Sustainability has supported 30+ student-led school projects in the last year

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Students Across the District Celebrate Earth Day

Cleanups, art projects, field trips and group activities help students invest in our planet

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African American Foodways Summit Connects Culture, Cuisine and Our Community

Students embrace skills and stories from local chefs, entrepreneurs and farmers

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Students Become Engineers in New STEM Center

New center engages students with STEM-related challenges and the latest technology

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Thousands of Students Examine What Came Before Through National History Day Projects

54 City Schools students head to state competition

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Lifting, Climbing, Launching and Learning: City Schools Students Excel in Robotics

Eight teams will compete at the World Robotics Championships

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It’s our responsibility to give kids skills, experiences, and relationships that help them see and feel and experience their own agency. I will not take that away from them.

Dr. Sonja Santelises, CEO