CMIT South

Chesapeake Math & IT South

Testimonials from Our Parents

Linda Maria Barnes

I would like to re-enroll my daughter because I’m pleased with how the school has operated thus far. I haven’t found reason to complain and I love the consent communication that I have with her teachers and the staff. I believe that my daughter is challenged in her assignments. I don’t feel as though her View Full →
2015-12-04T17:09:04+00:00
I would like to re-enroll my daughter because I’m pleased with how the school has operated thus far. I haven’t found reason to complain and I love the consent communication that I have with her teachers and the staff. I believe that my daughter is challenged in her assignments. I don’t feel as though her View Full →

Monica Bennett

CMIT offers variety in learning opportunities to my child. The curriculum is presented at a higher level an allows Alexia to stay challenged in many of the subject areas. CMIT offers many extra circular activities that continue stimulate the students.
2015-12-04T16:37:21+00:00
CMIT offers variety in learning opportunities to my child. The curriculum is presented at a higher level an allows Alexia to stay challenged in many of the subject areas. CMIT offers many extra circular activities that continue stimulate the students.

Stacy Richardson

CMIT has allowed my son the opportunity to grow and has given him the learning structure that I want him to have. The teachers and staff communicate with the parents and are always willing to assist in the academic success of the students.
2015-12-04T17:11:53+00:00
CMIT has allowed my son the opportunity to grow and has given him the learning structure that I want him to have. The teachers and staff communicate with the parents and are always willing to assist in the academic success of the students.

Kenya and Kandace Lucas

We are very pleased to see her being intellectually pushed in her classroom by not only her teacher but her classmates as well. Her classes and homework are preparing her for the high school and college level.  
2015-12-04T17:12:47+00:00
We are very pleased to see her being intellectually pushed in her classroom by not only her teacher but her classmates as well. Her classes and homework are preparing her for the high school and college level.  

Karen Mack

CMIT South have an innovative program that is working for my son. I like the computer- assisted instruction, weekend academy and the fun family activities. The school in a sense is using the Proverb “it takes a village to raise a child” and I like that.
2015-12-04T17:13:04+00:00
CMIT South have an innovative program that is working for my son. I like the computer- assisted instruction, weekend academy and the fun family activities. The school in a sense is using the Proverb “it takes a village to raise a child” and I like that.

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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