• May 8th Community Meeting Follow Up Communication

    We as a school district and as a community find ourselves in a pivotal moment. Recent events at our high school have given us a singular focus, so much so that we came together in unprecedented numbers at the May 8th community meeting. That evening, countless individuals not only voiced their concerns, but selflessly committed to being part of a solution. Nothing is more important than the safety of our students, our staff, and our community. Every student has the right to learn in an environment that is free from the threat of violence, intimidation, and distraction. We unquestionably and unwaveringly commit to this; it is our collective duty. And, we know that you share our vision for schools that are safe, welcoming, and conducive to learning....CLICK ON ABOVE TITLE TO READ FULL LETTER...

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  • Myers Students Work Published in Philadelphia Stories, Jr.

    Six Myers Elementary School students creative writing pieces were selected for publication in the local literary magazine Philadelphia Stories, Jr. These students were honored at a reception at Mighty Writers West, where they had the opportunity to read their work aloud in front of other winners and their families...

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  • Myers Elementary Hosts Career Day

    This past Thursday at Myers we had some very special guests come into classrooms for Career Day! Many parents and friends came into school to share all about their incredible careers. We had a variety of careers represented including ER nurses, doctors, police , chefs, and engineers. The students really enjoyed having everyone visit...

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  • Myers Machines Sweep Robotics Scrimmage

    The Myers Machines Robotics Team participated in a scrimmage at Jenks Academy on Saturday and won all five rounds. They also demonstrated "gracious professionalism," an important credo of First LEGO League, by helping another team improve its robot's design in order to better complete a mission...

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  • The Michael Brecker Benefit Concert

    The Cheltenham High School Jazz Big Band held a benefit concert on Friday, May 12th in honor of Mr. Michael Brecker (CHS '67). Money raised from the concert went toward Myelodysplastic Syndrome research and the band program at Cheltenham High School. Guest soloist Max Swan performed with the band to top off an evening of music performed by a wide variety of students, friends, and alumni.

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