Welcome to Charles Carroll Barrister #34

Should school names honor the students and communities they serve? Can we say every school name does that today? Join us in a conversation to address this. Baltimore City Schools is embarking on a new initiative to engage students and community in conversations about school facility names. We are seeking feedback on how to align the School Naming policy with City Schools Equity policy as we believe school names should honor the students and communities they serve. As a part of this initiative, we are collecting and documenting stakeholder feedback and recommendations on the School Naming policy, standards and criteria. We are also hoping to build awareness and engagement around the names of Baltimore City Schools and to document the legacies of the people our schools are named for. We would like to invite you to participate in this Zoom meeting discussion.

Please join us on:

• April 7th, 5:30-7pm at https://bcps-k12-md-us.zoom.us/j/85273019562

¿Deben los nombres de las escuelas honrar a los estudiantes y las comunidades a las que sirven? ¿Podemos decir que todos los nombres de las escuelas hacen eso hoy? Únase a nosotros en una conversación para abordar esto. Baltimore City Schools se está embarcando en una nueva iniciativa para involucrar a los estudiantes y la comunidad en conversaciones sobre los nombres de las instalaciones escolares. Estamos buscando comentarios sobre cómo alinear la política de nombres de escuelas con la política de equidad de las escuelas de la ciudad, ya que creemos que los nombres de las escuelas deben honrar a los estudiantes y las comunidades a las que sirven. Como parte de esta iniciativa, estamos recopilando y documentando los comentarios y recomendaciones de las partes interesadas sobre la política, los estándares y los criterios de denominación de escuelas. También esperamos generar conciencia y participación en torno a los nombres de las escuelas de la ciudad de Baltimore y documentar los legados de las personas por las que se nombran nuestras escuelas. Nos gustaría invitarlo a participar en esta discusión de la reunión de Zoom.


Únase a nosotros en: • 7 de abril, 5: 30-7pm en https://bcps-k12-md-us.zoom.us/j/85273019562



Enoch Pratt Free Library Resources (meeting recording English & Spanish)


Passcode: 03628137

Greetings! If you have not received the P-EBT benefit for your family, you will need to take the following steps:

1. Contact your child's school to see if your card is at the school. All cards have been sent to schools, there are no cards at North Avenue.

2. If your card is not at your child's school, the first step is to complete this form to notify DHS using the Customer Inquiry Form.

3. The school must have your current mailing address, to update it log into your Campus Portal account at https://www.baltimorecityschools.org/campus-portal

4. September benefits will be issued to students whose schools are closed or has virtual learning due to the pandemic. 5. If you have lost your p-ebt card complete this form I lost my card

6. If you have already completed the DHS Inquiry form and it has been 3 weeks or more please email us at pebt@bcps.k12.md.us and include the following information

· Parent name

· Student name


· Current address

· Current phone number

· School name

¡Saludos! Si no ha recibido el beneficio P-EBT para su familia, deberá seguir los siguientes pasos:

1. Comuníquese con la escuela de su hijo (a) para ver si su tarjeta está en la escuela. Todas las tarjetas se han enviado a las escuelas, no hay tarjetas en North Avenue.

2. Si su tarjeta no está en la escuela de su hijo , el primer paso es completar este formulario para notificar al DHS utilizando el Formulario de consulta del Cliente.

3. La escuela debe tener su dirección postal actual; para actualizarla, inicie sesión en su cuenta del Portal del campus en https://www.baltimorecityschools.org/campus-portal

4. Los beneficios de septiembre se entregarán a los estudiantes cuyas escuelas estén cerradas o tengan aprendizaje virtual debido a la pandemia. 5. Si ha perdido su tarjeta p- ebt complete este formulario Perdí mi tarjeta

6. Si ya completó el formulario de consulta del DHS y han pasado 3 semanas o más, envíenos un correo electrónico a pebt@bcps.k12.md.us e incluya la siguiente información

· Nombre del padre

· Nombre del estudiante


· Dirección actual

· Número de teléfono actual

· Nombre de escuela



The vision of Charles Carroll Barrister Elementary is to empower students with knowledge, values and high expectations
for a successful college and career-ready future. All students participate in rigorous instruction with high academic standards.
We expect high attendance and participation from all learners. We welcome and collaborate with all parents and
community partners. 

Mission Statement


The mission of Charles Carroll Barrister is to equip our students with the knowledge and skills that will serve as building blocks to become effective 21st century leaders. Teachers, staff, parents, and community will work collaboratively to ensure all students meet or exceed grade level standards. Our goal is to create self-sufficient/independent citizens with an enthusiasm for learning and respect for self and others.

 CCB #34

1327 Washington Blvd


Message from Mr. Wunder, Principal

We pride ourselves on a welcoming and student-centered environment where students can grow and learn. Our entire staff is committed to establishing a school environment that allows our students to flourish and to grow intellectually, emotionally, and socially. Here at Charles Carroll Barrister we truly believe that our students are "Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow". The educational process at CCB provides children not only with the building blocks of academics, but also with the necessary skills to put them on the path to becoming positive, successful members of society.

Our parents, guardians, volunteers, partners, and Pigtown Community are all part of our Learning Community. Their involvement helps to provide the support and interaction that contributes to a strong partnership between home and school benefiting the students at Charles Carroll Barrister Elementary.

Ms. Nizamoff Grade 3
Ms. Mandel ESOL
Ms. Pincus Grade 4
Ms. Stegman Kindergarten
Ms. Rein Grade 2
Mrs. Ford Visual Arts
Ms. Gillespie Pre-K Para
Mr. Wieczynski Grade 4
Ms. Higgs Pre-K
Ms. Harris Spec. Ed.
Ms. Zaruba Pre-K
Mrs. Reichley Science
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