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  • 2018-2019 APPROVED ACADEMIC CALENDAR

    At the November 21st Legislative Board Meeting, the 2018-2019 Academic Calendar was approved. Please make note that school will start earlier next year with no change to the length of spring break. View the calendar here, http://bit.ly/2BFA7gn.

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  • Cedarbrook Students Ready Experiments for PA Junior Academy of Science Regionals

    More than 30 Cedarbrook Middle School students have qualified for the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS) regionals Saturday, Feb. 24 at Souderton High School. Competing in categories such as behavioral psychology, zoology and engineering with experiments covering wifi, senses, minerals and memory...

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  • CHS students Excel at Brain Bee at Penn

    Raj Boominathan, Rebecca Banner, Venus Agbadan , Ifenna Amaefuna, Aaron Morein and Serena Sohmen represented Cheltenham in the annual Brain Bee at the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday, Feb. 10. To ready themselves, the students read...

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  • Black Male Leadership Program Inductions

    Based on their community involvement, GPA and school participation, CHS senior Lonce Scott, juniors Cameron Beverly, Francisco Lopez and Jason White and sophomores Josiah Clark, Tyler Geyer and Kylan Willis were inducted into the Cheltenham Black Male Leadership Program on Tuesday, Feb. 13. As part of the program, inductees heard from Quincy Harris (Fox 29), Marshall Paul Hughes Mitchell (Pastor at Salem Baptist Church of Jenkintown) and ...

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  • STAFF WORKS ON MINDFUL RELATIONSHIPS

    On February 16, secretarial, custodial and maintenance staff relieved their stress and enhanced their well-being. In the morning, 12-month secretaries attended their second Mindful Relationships professional development session, during which they experienced SoulCollage with facilitator Shelley B. Goldberg. This workshop focused on...

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  • CHS swimmer Olivia Guthy is this month's "Suburban One Sports" featured athlete

    “It was awesome for me,” said Guthy. “It was exciting. It was a good thing for me to see, and it opened my eyes. It was like, ‘Wow, maybe people do look up to me.’ I was thinking, ‘Why does she even know who I am?’ But she was so excited to break my record for an 8-year-old. It was cool for her, and it was cool for me.”...

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Spotlight

  • Government Day in Cheltenham

    Seven Glenside Elementary students received a glimpse into the inner workings of the township at Cheltenham’s Government Day Friday, Feb. 16. The students toured the Ogontz Fire House...

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  • CEDARBROOK STUDENTS TO COMPETE IN SCIENCE OLYMPIAD REGIONAL TOURNAMENT

    Fifteen Cedarbrook Middle Schoolers are competing in the Middle School Science Olympiad Regional Tournament at Neumann University in Aston, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday, Feb. 28. Since its 1984 founding, the Science Olympiad has been devoted to improving the quality of science education, increasing student interest in science and providing recognition for outstanding achievement in science education...

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  • Myers Machines Compete at Regional FIRST Competition

    Members of the Myers Machines FIRST Lego League robotics team displayed excellent “coopertition and gracious professionalism,” according to Myers Challenge Consultant Mimi Rubin, at this past weekend’s regional competition at Penn. “FLL robotics is not about winning,” she continued. “It's about collaboration, learning, reaching out to professionals, solving problems together and supporting each other as well as other teams.”...

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  • Elkins Park School Hosts Annual 6th Grade Science Fair

    A solid understanding of the scientific method was on display Wednesday, Feb. 7, during the annual Elkins Park School 6th grade science fair. “Students studied each part of the scientific method — proposal, hypothesis, materials list, procedure, data collection, research, results and conclusion...

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  • Cub Club Teams with CHS Boys’ Varsity Basketball

    The Cub Club, a pilot program for Glenside Elementary students that was created to promote Cheltenham sports among elementary schools and encourage CHS athletes to be positive role models, hosted its first event Friday, Feb. 2, at the Cheltenham - Wissahickon varsity basketball game. Cub Club members met Varsity Coach John Timms, participated in the pregame...

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  • Elkins Park School Leadership Academy Annual Tie Ceremony

    The 2018 Leadership Academy, lead by Mrs. Smith, Mr. Vassall, and Mr. Crutchfield, participated in its annual Tie Ceremony Tuesday morning in Kircher Hall at Elkins Park School. Family, friends and members of the community attended the event, and Dr. Marseille and Dr. Doria spoke about the importance of leadership, and what that looks like inside and outside school...

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