Code CLUBS/PROGRAMS ADVISOR STUDENT ADVISOR Day and Time Offered Room SHORT INFORMATION ABOUT THE CLUB
CLF
in progress
Tutoring – ALGEBRA Sajah Mahdi (CMIT Alumni) Session 1 MWF
Session 2 MWF
Session 3 TTH
5 -6 pm
6-7 pm
6:30 – 8pm
We will start after the Quarter 1 Progress Reports
– Parents will be notified through email
CLF Tutoring – AP Statistics Esra Keskin 208 The meeting date will be announced by the Sponsor
Students will review, summarize, and practice for the AP exams on May 4th
CLF
in Progress
Tutoring – GEOMETRY Nuri bayram Saturdays 10 AM – 1 PM, Fridays 3-4 PM,
Tuesdays 4-5
Will be doing SAT review
CLF Tutoring ENGLISH 10 Sajah Mahdi (CMIT Alumni) Session 1 MWF
Session 2 TTH
7-8 pm
5-6:30 pm
We will start after the Quarter 1 Progress Reports
– Parents will be notified through email
CLF Tutoring ENGLISH 9 Kawthar Madi (CMIT Alumni) We will start after the Quarter 1 Progress Reports
– Parents will be notified through email
CLF
(hour)
Tutoring – AP Economics Ishmam Mirza The meeting date will be announced by the Sponsor
CLF
(hour)
filed – done
Science Olympiad Various Teachers
(See Science Olympiad Schedule)
Mondays to Satursday various times
3:00 -6:00 pm on weekdays
8:00 -2:00 pm on Weekends
231
229
12 Students will compete in the 2023 DIVISION C EVENTS
Link: https://www.soinc.org/events/2023-division-c-eventsThe Club has 23 courses or events and have 15 students in the club
CLF
(hour)
c/o Dr. Clarke
CMIT Certificate Program – Photography / Videography Adam Dartici
adartici@cmitacademy.org
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Saturdays
4:00-6:00 pm
10am -1:00 pm
142 First Meeting:: Thursday, September 29, 2022
Taking a photography club or course will help you develop your photographic vision and artfully convey your personal perspective. This is a certificate program that will give you a solid foundation as an artist and photographer. Photography workshops and courses teach you how to create dynamic and memorable photos
CLF
(hour)
c/o Dr. Clarke
CMIT Certificate Program – SALESFORCE Vedat Ozcan
vozcan@cmitacademy.org
Session 1
Monday&Wednesday
Saturday
Session 2
Tuesday&Thursday
Saturday
3:00- 5:00 pm
8:00 -10:00 am3:00- 5:00 pm
10:30 am – 12:30 pm
209 and the Conference Room First Meeting:: Monday, September 26, 2022

Salesforce Club will facilitate students to understand how the cloud-based software is designed to help businesses find more prospects, close more deals, and wow customers with amazing service.

Two certificates will be awarded to club members after completing the program. One from CMIT and one from the Salesforce company

CLF
(hour)
c/o Dr. Clarkefiled – done
CMIT Certificate Program – Python Club Nabil Siddiqui
nsiddiqui@cmitacademy.org
Mondays, Tuesdays, & Thursdays 3:00 -5: 00 pm 201 First Meeting:: Monday, September 26, 2022
Python club is a great opportunity for students to learn coding and programming. It is vital to learn programming with python 3 since it is the most famous programming language currently.
GOALS:
1 A certificate will be awarded to them after completing the program
2 learn web developing skills
3 learn problem-solving skills
CLF
(hours)
c/o Dr. Clarke
Earth Optimism Brittany Gonzalez
bgonzalez@cmitacademy.org
Jessica Cunning
jcunning@cmitacademy.org
Tuesday 3:00 – 4:00 pm 218/ 331 First Meeting Oct 4
This club will provide mentorship to students to develop their ideas for local environmental solutions into actual action projects in the community that they lead. This effort will be supported by the Smithsonian and its network, including mentors and competitive seed funding for projects.
Goals:
1. Transform classroom learning and student ideas into actual, impactful community projects that students lead
2. Provide opportunities for students to practice academic and career readiness skills, such as negotiation, consensus building and decision making, budgeting, public speaking, persuasive communication, and project management.
Club members will investigate the environmental issues facing their school and community. In collaboration with teacher sponsors, Smithsonian staff and partners will introduce students to local conservation leaders and resources, and provide opportunities for students to meet and network with their peers across the state to discuss issues of common concern. Smithsonian will sponsor field trips to conservation sites, and provide opportunities for students to practice leadership skills, through public speaking, project management, and competitive internships.
CLF
(hours)
c/o Dr. Clarke
done
Educational Online Program Jose Conde
jconde@cmitacademy.org
Teachers:
Nathan Bruchey – Math
Carl Beavard – English
Dorian Ashmore – SS
Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:00 -5:00 p.m. Math 141
English 322
Social Studies 314
The Prince George’s County Public Schools’ new Educational Online Program for our high school students. The district will offer the program through our new online vendor, Edgenuity. This program is designed and recommended for students who were unsuccessful in one of the following courses in a previous school year.
CLF
c/o Dr. Clarkefiled – done
Mathmagician Esra Keskin
ekeskin@cmitacademy.org
Tuesdays
Saturdays
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
9:00 am-1:00 pm
208 First meeting: September 27, 2022
Students will prepare to attend the district, national, and international-wide competitions. They will be able to learn question tips, hints, and shortcuts to solve more math problems in less time. Students should be willing to study, make a commitment to join the sections, and do assign work. Students will represent our school in competitions.
CLF
c/o Dr. Clarke
done
Morning Enrichment – Mr. Jose Conde Jose Conde
jconde@cmitacademy.org
Mondays to Fridays 6:30 am.-7:30 am School Cafeteria To complete homework, read books, and get assistance from a teacher for any assignments they are completing. To remain in a safe environment while waiting for clubs and after-school activities, providing parents the flexibility to allow their students to participate in afterschool activities and be a part of the school community and culture.
CLF
(hour)
by Dr. Clarkefiled – done
Chess Club Kem Djer
kdjer@cmitacademy.org
Mr. Bayram
nbayram@cmitacademy.org
Every other Wednesday 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm 201 First Meeting:: Wednesday, October 05, 2022
Chess increases concentration. Studies show that chess can help players improve their concentration and memory. The club aims to help students develop various skills such as logical thinking, abstract thinking, and spatial intelligence.
– The student will launch a Competition this School Year
CLF
(hours)competetion
filed – done
Debate Team Jennifer Matson
jmatson@cmitacademy.org
Thursday 3:00 – 4:00 pm 211 To promote and improve public speaking, argumentation, and social skills among CMIT North HS students.
GOALS:
1. Attend a debate tournament every month from September to April
2 Send a team to nationals again
3 Send at least 7 students to travel tournaments and camp
The Debate Team is a policy debate team where students work in pairs to defend one side of a policy argument. We meet weekly for fun speaking games and practice and attend competitive tournaments 1 or 2 times a month. This team requires a big time commitment but it is a well-known and winning team throughout the Washington Urban Debate League. \
CLF
(hours)
c/o Dr. Clarkefiled – done
Envirothon – (MAEOE) Regina Brown
rbrown@cmitacademy.org
Favour Nwogu
Lead Members meet every other Wednesday
Monday 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm 135