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In-person and Meal Site Update

In-Person Learning Closures
- Armistead Gardens

An important update about in-person learning is available for Augusta Fells SavageBluford Drew Jemison, and Stadium School:
Read the Update

Meal Site Closures

- Frederick Douglass High School

The meal site at John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School will be closed until, April 23. Produce boxes will still be available on Thursday, April 15. For alternative meal sites, please visit our meals page.

Expires on 4/15

Student Leadership Opportunities

Student-led organizations and opportunities

Get Involved
  • Student Government Association
  • Associated Student Congress of Baltimore City
  • Parent/Teacher/Student Organization (PTSO)
  • CEO's Youth Leadership Advisory Council
  • Student-led Organization

SGA

How to Activate SGA/ASCBC/MASC at Your School

As an effort to activate student leadership across the District and uplift City Schools' student voice, we are providing steps to create an SGA at your school, and to register for your school to be a part of Associated Student Congress of Baltimore City (ASCBC), and Maryland's Association of Student Councils (MASC).

ASCBC

ASCBC is the main student leadership council for all students enrolled in Baltimore City Public Schools. It oversees all student government associations (SGAs) and provides direction and support to all SGAs through school visits, technology, and general assemblies.

Board and Staff Officers
  • Kyche Curtis, president
  • Crystal Tillery, vice president
  • Joshua Lynn, student commissioner
  • Tamaya Walker, historian
  • Angel Hargrove, secretary
  • Kyree' Sykes, chief of staff
  • Kyche Curtis, treasurer
  • Omobolade Odedoyin, event and fundraising coordinator
  • Margaret Siao, communications director
  • Disteny Sykes, middle school executive
  • Sean Bailey, district SGA advisor for ASCBC

CEO Youth Leadership Advisory Council

Per CEO’s request, the YLC will be a 32-voting council with diverse representation of student leaders, age demographic, and from various schools and communities across the district.