Resource Classes

Students in grades K-5 have scheduled resources classes weekly. The resource classes, offered in both the Upper Building and Lower Building, include:

 

Art

The curriculum is based on the standards developed by the Maryland State Department of Education and can be accessed by visiting the MSDE website, mdk12.org.

Library

The library is a place where all students at The Mount Washington School thrive. Throughout the year, students are exposed to a wide range of literary sources to help them gain an appreciation for various types of literature and a love for reading. They are taught age-appropriate information literacy skills through specific library activities and projects designed in collaboration with the classroom teachers. What happens in the library is not isolated from the children’s classroom experience but is part of an integrated educational whole. Many activities and programs are offered to enhance the library program including: The Scholastic Book Fair, Reading Makes Cents, Birthday Book Club, Author and Illustrator Program and Summer Reading.

To access the library catalog, visit destiny.bcpss.org

 

Music

The curriculum is based on the standards developed by the Maryland State Department of Education and can be accessed by visiting the MSDE website, mdk12.org.

Physical Education

Physical Education is an integral part of the total education program of each student in our school. Through the medium of sport and movement all students will participate in a sequential, differentiated program that fosters each student’s personal health, fitness and safety. Through exposure to a wide variety of activities, students will gain the necessary knowledge to understand the importance of and make educated decisions around opportunities to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle. The curriculum is based on the standards developed by the Maryland State Department of Education and can be accessed by visiting the MSDE website, mdk12.org.

Spanish

Introduction to Spanish is a fun addition to the weekly academic schedule. It offers the students an opportunity to explore a new language and cultures throughout the world. In addition to this, it allows for students to learn more about English through transference of literacy skills.

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Contact

Upper Building - (410) 396-6354

Lower Building - (443) 642-2900

School Address

Upper Building - 1801 Sulgrave Ave, Baltimore, MD 21209, USA

Lower Building - 5800 Smith Ave, 

Baltimore, MD 21209, USA

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