Cedarbrook

Middle School

Announcements

  • 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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  • Cedarbrook Students Participate In National Ride Your Bike To Work Day

    On Friday May 19, Cedarbrook students rode their bikes to school in recognition of National Ride Your Bike To Work Day which is the 3rd Friday in May. Cedarbrook teacher, Ms. Danelle Witkowski, organized the event in which 20 students participated. One student road to school with his social studies project on his back and other students asked if they could ride each day and park their bikes in Ms. Witkowski's classroom...

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  • Cedarbrook Students Attend The PJAS STATES Level Science Fair Competition

    Ten Cedarbrook students attended the PJAS STATES level science fair competition held at Penn State, Main Campus Sunday May 14th through Tuesday May 16th. Students earned 6 first place awards and 3 second place awards. One student attended as a technician...

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  • CBK 7th Graders Reach Out And Lend A "Paw"

    Reaching Out and Lending a Paw…. 320 students left at 8:30 Friday morning to lend a hand at The Breathing Room, Hillcrest and Edge Hill Nursing Homes, Briar Bush, John Russell and Tookany Parks and all 4 Cheltenham Elementary Schools. They returned to school at noon and made food baskets for Aide to Friends. Their commitment and effort is what Cedarbrook is all about.

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  • Cedarbrook Shows SEANstong Spirit at Broad Street Run

    On Sunday, May 7th, 50 Cedarbrook students, parents, and teacher, Leah Matusow, volunteered SEANstrong at the Jackson Street water station during the Broad Street Run. These students woke up 6:00 AM on a Sunday to volunteer for community service hours.

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