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Welcome to Catonsville Middle

Revised Bus List for 2017-2018

Important Immunization Information for 2017-2018 School Year

This year, all students in grades 6-8 will have access to their own digital device in order to enhance our ability to personalize and customize learning. More information about this initiative can be found at http://www.bcps.org/academics/stat/. Please remember that parents of 6th grade, 8th grade, and new students need to watch the device orientation video, acknowledge (electronically) that it has been viewed, and sign the device agreement in the school office (after 8/1), at the Ice Cream Social (grade 6), or during device agreement signing hours (8/31; 1-3pm). Parents of 6th grade students are strongly encouraged to complete these steps before 8/30, so that students can receive their devices on Early Entry Day. Links for the video and device orientation acknowledgement (by grade) are below.

DEVICE ORIENTATION VIDEO
(Note: Due to the fact that the video was made from a
pre-existing PowerPoint, there are a few delays between "slides.")

6th Grade Acknowledgement
7th Grade Acknowledgement
8th Grade Acknowledgement

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Click here for Principal Elmendorf's introduction video.  
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Located on the site of the original Westchester Elementary School and nestled in a park-like setting, Catonsville Middle School is a true community school that is steeped in tradition and history. The school has been highly acclaimed for its academic achievements and received the state’s Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award in 2001. Catonsville Middle School continues to promote and celebrate rigorous instruction and student achievement today.

One of the hallmarks of the school is the richness of its diversity. Catonsville Middle School students work diligently to develop the academic, social, and emotional attributes that will enable them to be successful in college and/or the workplace. Through the school’s rigorous and relevant instructional program, students will become life-long learners who will reach their potential as productive citizens in a global economy and multi-cultural society.

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