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Baltimore School for the Arts
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Baltimore, MD  21201
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Flu Vaccines Good afternoon parents- Please see the attached flyer for an opportunity to have your child receive the flu vaccine at no cost here at BSA. It does require you to fill out the online consent form. If you have any additional questions, please reach out to our nurse tech here at BSA, Ms. Jackson, at sjackson01@b.... Thanks so much and here's to good health in these cooler months. Take care. Tom Askey View File (PDF)
Expressions Sponsorship Levels Dear Parents, For decades, Expressions has been one of the highlights of the Baltimore gala season. Both a critical fundraiser for the school and an opportunity for the community to gather, Expressions is centered around a weekend of inspiring student performances. 40 and Flourishing! Chaired by Dana DiCarlo, a former BSA parent and dedicated supporter, Expressions 2020 will be held March 5-8. We’ll celebrate everything the Baltimore School for the Arts has accomplished in its first 40 years, and imagine how the school will continue to invest in Baltimore’s youth for 40 years to come. We also have an exciting change: Stage One Expressions will move from Thursday night to Tuesday and will open our gala weekend! We have some very special Sponsorship opportunities available this year as we celebrate our 40th anniversary. Sponsorships fund everything from the school’s performances and exhibitions to computers, textbooks and tutoring for the school’s at-risk students; from scholarships for summer study and college to the very basics: paint brushes, pointe shoes, and play scripts that many of our kids could not otherwise afford. The sponsorship levels are attached. If you’re interested in sponsoring Expressions 2020 or know of a company that might be interested in receiving a proposal, please contact me at cpolakoff@bs.... Regards, Carter View File (PDF)
Half-Day Schedule SY 19/20 Good morning parents!! Next Wednesday 10/2 is our first district scheduled half-day for professional development. It is a late arrival day with classes starting at 1230pm and the doors to the school opening at 1150am Please take a look at the attached calendar for the remaining half-day schedules for the 19/20 school year. Take care. Tom Askey View File (MS WORD)
Global Climate Strike Walk-out/Rally 9/20 Good afternoon parents- A group of BSA students is leading a walkout this Friday 9/20 in support of Global Climate Strike at 12pm. In coordination with other Baltimore City high schools as well as some local independent schools, the students were planning on heading down to the Inner Harbor where there will be a rally and some speakers. The student leaders in charge of this endeavor are seniors Elizabeth Sacktor and Emilia Vizachero. There is a participation form that is attached here. The purpose of this slip is to give us at the school an accurate read on who is going to this event. Because this is not a school-sponsored or sanctioned event, we cannot guarantee safety and there will not be BSA adults traveling with the students. That said, we will not stop students who choose to join this rally in the absence of a signed participation form. If your child wants to participate, we are asking that they fill out the participation form that is attached here and return it to either Elizabeth or Emilia. Their emails are on the form as well if you have further questions. Students who leave will be marked absent for the classes they miss, but they will be allowed to return to school upon their return. Thanks and I hope to see many of you soon at Back-to-School Night here in a few minutes. Tom Askey View File (MS WORD)
NMAAHC Field Trip 6/19 Good morning parents- Would you love for your child to spend one of the last days of the school year going to one of the most important museums in the United States?!? One of our wonderful social studies teachers, Ms. Bremer, has about 28 tickets to the National Museum of African-American History & Culture for June 19th. If you would like for your child to go (and she may have some adult chaperone space too), please read the attached flyer and return the form to her by the end of this week via email or in person. Please note that there is no cost to students and/or parents for travel and museum entrance. Lunch is not provided, but a bagged school lunch is offered for those who request in advance via the permission slip. Please direct questions to Ms. Bremer. She can be reached at mbremer@bsfa.... Have a great Tuesday. Tom Askey View File (PDF)
You Are Invited To....Equity Audit Results As you may know, the school has been working with a consultant team, Sage Wellness, on an equity audit over the past two months. We will have a meeting for all parents on Thursday, June 13th at 5:30 pm to learn about the equity audit findings, data, and their recommendations. We hope you will consider joining us! View File (IMAGE (JPEG))

Recent Announcements (4 found)

From Subject Message Date/Time Sent
Mary Evans Quarter 1 Report Cards 2019-11-13 01:19 PM
Carter Polakoff Gotta Dance Tickets- Going Fast Now 2019-11-05 10:01 AM
Tom Askey Academic Parent-Teacher Conferences November 4th 11am-2pm 2019-10-30 11:33 AM
Carter Polakoff Community Day- April 18- Committee? 2019-10-30 09:48 AM