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    All schools will follow an EARLY DISMISSAL (faculty meeting) schedule on Wednesday, March 29th as a makeup for the March 15th inclement weather delayed opening schedule adjustment.

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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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  • Glenside's Giving Community

    Glenside families and staff worked together this month to support the Gift of Life Family House during their Home Cook Heroes program. The Gift of Life Family House serves as a "home away from home" for transplant patients and their families by providing temporary, affordable lodging and supportive services to those who travel to Philadelphia for transplant-related care. Glenside children and their families donated food and teachers who volunteered baked and cooked for the residents.

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  • Diversity Recruitment Fair

    Our district is proud to participate in the Montgomery County Annual Diversity Recruitment Fair on Wednesday, April 19th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Current teachers and administrators, college students majoring in education, and other educational professionals are invited to speak with school district administrators about professional opportunities within our schools. The event will take place at the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit located at 2 West Lafayette Street in Norristown, PA.

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  • Reading Olympics #PeaceTrainPride

    This past Tuesday night, March 21st, Myers Elementary Students competed at the MCIU's Reading Olympics at Cheltenham High School. There were students there from all over the county to celebrate reading. From Myers, we had 20 fourth grade students participate. They sure did impress with their knowledge. Since the beginning of the fall, they have been working hard to collectively read all 40+books.

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