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  • 2019-2020 Academic Calendar

    By unanimous vote at the Tuesday, March 12 Legislative board meeting, the Board of School Directors of Cheltenham School District adopted the following schedule for the 2019-2020 academic year.

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  • Learn How To Set Up The PowerSchool Mobile App

    We'd like to make several points of clarification regarding the PowerSchool app. Only parents/guardians of 5th through 12th grade students need to access PowerSchool. Grade K through 4 parents/guardians do not have PowerSchool portals. Access codes were mailed home or sent home with your student, including returning and new students. If you do not know your student and/or parent access code, please contact...

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  • PBL9 Hosts Old School Field Day for Wyncote Third Graders

    On Thursday, Oct. 10, the freshman Project Based Learning cohort (PBL9) visited Wyncote Elementary School and facilitated an old school field day for the third graders. The activities were reimagined versions of games from ancient times like “Bunnies and Bobcats,” “Panda Hockey,” “Microrush” and “Chunkey Monkey,” but had to incorporate an animal adaptation. The essential question driving this project was ...

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  • Instant Decision Days off to a Great Start

    Congratulations to seniors (left to right) Nadia Martin, Vivien Eng, Mya Elston (the recipient of a Raider Success Scholarship worth $2k per year), Matthew McCloud, Dominique Vidal, Avin Grant, Kayla Clark and Maitlyn Smith for receiving instant decision acceptances to Shippensburg University. Instant decision days are opportunities for students, who meet ...

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  • CHS’ Simple Machines Wins 10th Annual girlPOWER Robotics Competition

    This past weekend, the CHS robotics team Simple Machines (FRC423) teamed with squads from Robbinsville and Mt. Olive high schools in New Jersey to win the 10th annual girlPOWER (Preparing Outstanding Women Engineers through Robotics) robotics competition at Mount Saint Joseph’s Academy. The event aims to expose robotics to new students, particularly girls....

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  • Drs. Lajara, Hammond “Kiss a Pig” for Financial Literacy

    CHS Principal Dr. Renato Lajara and CHS Vice Principal Dr. Ben Hammond each took one for the team Thursday evening at the Abington Arts Center, planting a smooch on “Rains,” a 5-year-old potbellied pig as part of TruMark Financial Credit Union’s ninth annual “Kiss a Pig” financial literacy fundraiser. CHS DECA raised $1,500 in order to participate and is eligible for up to $5,000 in ...

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