CMIT South

Chesapeake Math & IT South

Testimonials from Our Parents

Tiffany Doster

The overall CMIT experience is why we are re-enrolling our son. Specifically, we have been impressed with the responsiveness and openness of the Administration and Staff, the challenging curriculum, exposure to advanced use of technology, the active and dedicated PTO and the “family” environment that has been created. We are excited about what the future View Full →
2015-12-04T16:37:57+00:00
The overall CMIT experience is why we are re-enrolling our son. Specifically, we have been impressed with the responsiveness and openness of the Administration and Staff, the challenging curriculum, exposure to advanced use of technology, the active and dedicated PTO and the “family” environment that has been created. We are excited about what the future View Full →

Helen Kaye Usual

CMIT is a school of challenge and preparing Brian for his future. He has received support, transparency, teacher involvement from CMIT in one year than all of his school years.
2015-12-04T16:37:38+00:00
CMIT is a school of challenge and preparing Brian for his future. He has received support, transparency, teacher involvement from CMIT in one year than all of his school years.

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 →

Bobby & Shaun Hand Jr

My son loves his school and because he loves it and feel safe and welcome here, we love it. My son finds the courses and coursework offered to him challenging and stimulating. The support from the Principal is unparalleled. He is extremely involved in both student activities and a constant support, advocate, and attendant of View Full →
2015-12-04T16:38:17+00:00
My son loves his school and because he loves it and feel safe and welcome here, we love it. My son finds the courses and coursework offered to him challenging and stimulating. The support from the Principal is unparalleled. He is extremely involved in both student activities and a constant support, advocate, and attendant of View Full →

Susan Jenkins

The teachers seem very motivated to teach. Skyler enjoys the school.
2015-12-04T16:32:18+00:00
The teachers seem very motivated to teach. Skyler enjoys the school.

School Calendar

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2014-2015 Proposed School Calendar (Download)

July 3 Thursday Holiday* – Independence Day (Adjusted for 4-day work week)
July 28 Monday Eid al-Fitr**
August 11-13 Monday – Wednesday Professional Duty Days for New Teachers
August 18-21 Monday-Thursday Professional Duty Days for All Teachers
August 20 Wednesday Professional Development
August 25 Monday Systemic Orientation Day for 6th & 9th Graders
August 26 Tuesday First Day of School for All Students
September 1 Monday Holiday* – Labor Day – Schools and Offices Closed
September 19 Friday Professional Development – Schools Closed for Students
September 25 Thursday Holiday* – Rosh Hashanah – Schools and Offices Closed
September 26 Friday Rosh Hashanah**
October 4 Saturday Eid al-Adha and Yom Kippur**
October 17 Friday MSEA Convention – Schools Closed for Students and Teachers
October 31 Friday End of First Quarter (45 days)
October 31 Friday Professional Development – 2-Hr. Early Dismissal for Students
November 3 Monday Grading/Teacher Planning – Schools Closed for Students 
November 4 Tuesday General Election Day – Schools and Offices Closed
November 11 Tuesday Parent-Teacher Conferences – Schools Closed for Students
November 26-28  Wednesday – Friday Holidays* – Thanksgiving – Schools and Offices Closed
December 10 Wednesday Professional Development – 2-Hr. Early Dismissal for Students
December 22-23 Monday & Tuesday Winter Break – Schools Closed for Students and Teachers
December 24-26 Wednesday – Friday Winter Break* – Christmas Holidays – Schools and Offices Closed
December 29-31  Monday – Wednesday Winter Break* – Schools and Offices Closed
January 1 & 2 Thursday & Friday Winter Break* – New Year’s Holidays – Schools and Offices Closed
January 19 Monday Holiday* – Martin L. King, Jr. Day – Schools and Offices Closed
January 23 Friday End of Second Quarter (43 days)
January 26 Monday Grading/Teacher Planning –Schools Closed for Students
February 13 Friday Professional Development – Schools Closed for Students
February 16 Monday Holiday* – Presidents’ Day – Schools and Offices Closed
April 1 Wednesday End of Third Quarter (45 days)
April 2 Thursday Grading/Teacher Planning – Schools Closed for Students
April 3 & 6 Friday & Monday Holidays* – Easter
April 7-10 Tuesday – Friday Spring Break – Schools Closed for Students and Teachers
May 25 Monday Holiday* – Memorial Day
June 16 Tuesday 2-Hr. Early Dismissal for Students
June 17 Wednesday Last Day for Students – 2-Hr. Early Dismissal – End of Fourth Quarter (47 days)(Subject to change due to inclement weather)
June 18 Thursday Last Day for Teachers (Subject to change due to inclement weather)
June 18 & 19; 22 & 23 Thursday & Friday; Monday & Tuesday Inclement Weather Make-Up Days

180 student days
192 teacher days
195 days for new teachers

*All schools and offices closed
**Holiday begins at sunset of the proceeding day. PGCPS prohibits scheduling of any meetings or activities during or after the regular school day. (Does not apply to state or regional events)

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