Myers

Elementary

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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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  • 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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  • LISTEN TO US | CHS CHOIR TOURS DISTRICT

    CHS Select Choir and A cappella groups, Up the Octave and Sons of Pitch, performed throughout the district today. Listen to their rendition of Queen's "Somebody to Love". Soloists are 10th grader Nila Anthony and 11th grader Colin Polisano...

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  • African Drums and Dancers, Historic Recitations, Service Projects Highlight Cheltenham School District’s MLK “Day On”

    Hundreds of Cheltenham School District students, parents and community members gathered at the High School on Monday, Jan. 15 to commemorate the memory and vision of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the District’s “Day On” service event. Each school performed its own service project, some of which included making craft bags for children...

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  • CHS Seniors Open Letters From Their Third Grade Selves

    Imagine, as a 3rd-grader, being asked to write a letter to your 12th-grade self, telling that person what – as a 3rd-grader – your interests, goals and aspirations are and what you think you want to be when you grow up. Now imagine you’re a high school senior opening the letter that you wrote to yourself almost 10 years ago...

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  • MYERS STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT ROBOTS AND ALGORITHMS

    Myers Elementary 4th grade students have learned that robots operate off of algorithms. In order to accomplish a task, a robot needs an algorithm it can run. Algorithms program a robot to perform tasks, such as turning a certain direction or moving at a certain speed. Students worked in groups and took turns writing increasingly difficult algorithms for their robot friend (another student in their group)!

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