CMIT South

Chesapeake Math & IT South

Testimonials from Our Parents

William Richardson

Although the first two quartesemester has been challenging, it has also been good. The teachers are very supportive and I am especially pleased with the principal’s personal interest in the success of my child. I feel that there is a true partnership between the school and home. We are focused to successfully continue this school View Full →
2015-12-04T16:28:30+00:00
Although the first two quartesemester has been challenging, it has also been good. The teachers are very supportive and I am especially pleased with the principal’s personal interest in the success of my child. I feel that there is a true partnership between the school and home. We are focused to successfully continue this school View Full →

Renee Jackson

I will be re-enrolling my child in CMIT South because it really seems to be a school that wants to teach our kids and provide a safe environment in which to do that. My only issue with the school is that it seems too cerebral. I know I enrolled my child in a STEM school; View Full →
2015-12-04T16:42:14+00:00
I will be re-enrolling my child in CMIT South because it really seems to be a school that wants to teach our kids and provide a safe environment in which to do that. My only issue with the school is that it seems too cerebral. I know I enrolled my child in a STEM school; View Full →

Gloria Balbalec

My husband and I have always believed in the vision of CLF. The different activities and opportunities that my child experience from CMIT both in academics and other aspects will prepare him for college and the field of work. He enjoys going to this school.
2015-12-04T16:26:40+00:00
My husband and I have always believed in the vision of CLF. The different activities and opportunities that my child experience from CMIT both in academics and other aspects will prepare him for college and the field of work. He enjoys going to this school.

KaTina Lacey

I think the school challenges my son and is making him stretch and grow before he gets to high school to prepare him for college. I like the tutoring that is being offered and the accessibility of the staff and administration.
2015-12-04T17:11:20+00:00
I think the school challenges my son and is making him stretch and grow before he gets to high school to prepare him for college. I like the tutoring that is being offered and the accessibility of the staff and administration.

Venus Atkinson

My child actually likes school now and I credit CMIT for challenging her a bit and allowing her to ” think out of the box.”
2015-12-04T16:39:49+00:00
My child actually likes school now and I credit CMIT for challenging her a bit and allowing her to ” think out of the box.”

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Uniform Policy?
The uniform policy can be found on our website by clicking here.

How do we order uniform items?
Uniform items can be ordered by completing the OWI order form.

What uniform items should we order?
At least
– 2 CMIT South Polo shirts (1 blue, 1 green) 
– 1 CMIT South fleece or windbreaker
– 1 CMIT South White oxford shirt
– 1 blue tie (neck tie for boys, crisscross tie for girls)
– 1 CMIT South PE t-shirt

Items to be purchased at a department store:

Pants:
– Navy blue or khaki
Shoes:
– Solid black (no markings or insignias)
Belt:
– Solid black
Athletic pants: 
– Solid blue or black (no markings or insignias)

What is CMIT’s Daily Schedule?
7:35- 7:45am:
– Student arrival (drop off is at the side entrance)
– Doors close at 7:45am (after 7:45am parents need to sign late students in at the Front Office)

7:35 – 7:57am:
– Homeroom (Breakfast is available during this time until 7:50am)

8:00am – 2:49pm for 6th grade and 2:54 for 7th grade: 
– Academic instruction

2:49/2:54 – 3:05 pm: 
Student pick-up outside (Students who are not picked up by 3:05pm will be waiting outside for their ride. There is no adult supervision for these students during this time).

Clubs and enrichment activities will begin immediately following dismissal. All club/enrichment participants must report directly to the cafeteria. Students who continuously fail to report directly to their designated locations will lose the privilege to participate in any after school activities. 

How do I pay for my child’s lunch?
Breakfast and lunch are served every day. You can add money to your child’s account by visiting this link. You can also pay by cash or money order in the cafeteria. 

Can my child bring their own lunch to school?
Students can bring a lunch from home. Lunches can be stored in the student’s locker. Microwaves are available in the cafeteria to warm food. Refrigerators are not available for students.

What do they serve for school lunch?
A monthly menu is provided by Food and Nutrition Services. Click here for lunch and breakfast menu.

What is the academic calendar?
CMIT follows the Prince George’s County Public School calendar found here. To receive notifications of PGCPS school cancellations by providing information here.

Where can I find information about CMIT events and updates?
Every Friday CMIT South publishes its weekly newsletter. It is HIGHLY recommended that you subscribe to the newsletter. It is a vital means of communication between CMIT South and stakeholders. Please click here to subscribe to CMIT South Newsletter. Please visit http://www.cmitsouth.org for more information.

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