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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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  • CSD Students Recognized with Sustainable Cheltenham Awards

    The Cheltenham Environmental Club and a group of Cedarbrook eighth graders received 2018 Sustainable Cheltenham Awards at Arts in the Park this past Sunday. Environmental Club Officers Zack Gharrafi and Julia Doyle accepted the award on behalf of the club for their partnership with Glenside Elementary students to create a sustainable vertical garden out of recycled bottles....

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  • National Junior Honor Society Holds Candle-Lighting Induction Ceremony

    The Cheltenham Middle Years Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) at Cedarbrook Middle School held its annual candle-lighting induction, welcoming 119 first-year members and recognizing its 91 second year members. The 2017–2018 NJHS officers (Yael Waxman, president; Joelle Williams, vice president; Donya Baxter, secretary, Zoe Matsinger, induction chair; and Ben Wagner, treasurer) took turns lighting ceremonial candles representing and...

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  • Mindful May Gift Basket Winners

    Elkins Park teacher Jane Donohue, Cheltenham Elementary teacher Nicki Myrick and Glenside building assistant Donna Roussell were among the seven staff members who won beautiful mindful gift baskets after practicing 31 days of mindfulness in May. Every staff member was invited to practice a different mindful practice each day and at the end of the month submit their completed calendars into a drawing for ...

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  • CSD Skills for Life Student-Athletes Participate in Special Olympics

    Almost 50 intellectually disabled student-athletes from Cheltenham earned some celebratory swag after receiving ribbons for their participation in the Special Olympics at Hatboro-Horsham High School on May 30. Comprising Skills for Life students ages 8 and up from Cheltenham High School, Cedarbrook Middle School and Myers Elementary School, the team participated in the 50- and 200-meter runs, softball throw and ...

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  • CBK Students Shine at State Science Fair

    Cedarbrook students showed well at the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science state competition, earning 10 first place finishes and three third place finishes. Eighth grader Rohan McInneshin earned a perfect score for her chemistry experiment “Fiery Fuels: Which Fuel Will Produce the Most Heat Energy?” Other students tackled behavioral psychology experiments on eyewitness accuracy, placebo effects and ...

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