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  • State Budget and Property Tax (HB/SB 76) March Update

    The Cheltenham School District Board of School Directors passed a resolution opposing HB/SB 76 on February 14th as part of their regularly scheduled Legislative Meeting. We invite you to read the Board's full resolution and review implications of HB/SB 76 by clicking on READ MORE below. Also, we invite you to review the February 7th Financial Affairs Committee presentation that provides state budget highlights and detailed information relative to the HB/SB 76 property tax elimination plan.

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  • This Is Cheltenham: CHS Class of 2004, Shawn Vela

    Cheltenham High School Class of 2004, graduate Shawn Vela, is an EMMY® Award winning director, cinematographer, and editor. Shawn has filmed on four Super Bowl commercial sets, holds IMBD credits on 3 EMMY® winning documentaries, and is Director of Photography on the Business Travel Show; Ambitious Adventures. His thoughts on filmmaking have been featured in publications such as International Business Times, The Orlando Business Journal, CEOWORLD Magazine, ABC, FOX, CBS, NBC, and The CW.

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  • Elkins Park School Holds First Annual Trashion Show For Earth Day

    Elkins Park students showed just how fashionable trash can be when they displayed nearly 125 amazing sustainable outfits at their First Annual Trashion Show on Friday, April 21st. A school wide project, students worked in self selected groups with one acting as group model and the others taking on the role of designers.

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  • State Rep McCarter Speaks On Climate Change At Cheltenham High School

    State Representative Steve McCarter visited Cheltenham High School on April 20th to deliver an interactive lecture on climate change. He explained that people refuse to admit that climate change is “everyone’s problem" and that no scientist, government, or agency can fix it alone. State Representative McCarter exclaimed that, “we are all in this together” to the crowd of 9-12th grade students.

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