2021-22 Spotlights

  • 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 APPROVED Academic Calendars

    At its Tuesday, Dec. 8 Legislative board meeting, the Cheltenham School District Board of School Directors adopted the following schedules for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 academic years....

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  • Unified Student-Athletes Compete at Special Olympics

    For the first time since the pandemic hit, the Special Olympics resumed at Hatboro-Horsham High School on Tuesday, May 24. Cheltenham competed with 11 student-athletes from Skills for Life and 13 partners from the general education population. Events included 50- and 200-meter races, standing long jump, softball throw, tennis-ball throw, 25-meter wheelchair race, and a wheelchair slalom. Cheltenham student-athletes took home more than 35 ribbons, including more than 20 first-place blue ribbons.

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  • CBK Hits PBIS Goal for Third Consecutive School Year

    Congratulations to Cedarbrook Middle School for the tremendous accomplishment of meeting the criteria for implementing schoolwide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) with fidelity during the 2021-2022 school year. Cedarbrook Middle School has met the fidelity standards for three consecutive school years. 

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  • UPG’s Inaugural School Beautification and Block Party a Success

    Sponsored by the Cheltenham United Parents Group (UPG), the inaugural “Many Hands Make Light Work” school beautification and block party event drew more than 150 CSD community members. Activities included landscaping, mulching, flower planting, cleaning up, and, perhaps most importantly, connecting as members of the larger CSD community.

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  • Track and Field Student-Athletes Advance to States

    The girls and boys track and field team qualified a number of student-athletes for states at this past weekend’s District 1 Championships at Coatesville.

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  • Cultural Proficiency Ambassadors Hold Town Hall

    Cultural Proficiency and Equity Student Ambassadors held a town hall with students, staff and board members in the CHS Little Theater on Monday morning.

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