2023-24 Spotlights

  • 2023-24 APPROVED Academic Calendar

    Click through for the most up-to-date 2023-24 academic calendar.

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  • Myers Earns PBIS Tier II State Recognition

    (May 20, 2024) Myers Elementary is proud to be a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) school, and now a district trailblazer in earning official Tier II PBIS state recognition. This year also marks the fourth consecutive year Myers has earned Tier 1 status.

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  • Myers Third Graders Host State Fair

    (May 17, 2024) Myers third graders gathered with family and friends in the gym and cafeteria for the “State Fair.” The event began with a rendition of “This Land is Your Land,” “Fifty Nifty United States,” and the Myers school song. Students and attendees then enjoyed a presentation of photos from the last year before transitioning into the cafeteria for the state fair.

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  • Myers Celebrates Differences During Autism Day

    (April 18, 2024) Students at Myers Elementary got the chance to step into the shoes of someone with autism during the school’s inaugural school-wide Autism Day. The event was organized by special education staff to teach general education students about the different ways students with autism approach challenges with communication and sensory regulation.

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  • Seniors Open Letters from Their Younger Selves

    (March 15, 2023) Fourteen CHS seniors received a blast from the past Friday in the form of letters they wrote to themselves as Myers Elementary students in Ms. Erika Wimms’ class during the 2014-15 or 2015-16 school years.

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  • Myers Elementary’s Hosts Second Annual Brain Games Family Fun Night

    (March 13, 2024) More than 40 families participated in various math and reading games at the Myers Elementary’s second annual Brain Games Family Fun Night on Thursday, March 7. The stations were run by student volunteers from Cedarbrook and Cheltenham High School. Families enjoyed engaging in activities that included puzzles, such as Plexers and Sudoku; math games, such as 24 and domino math; and reading games like the ball pit, word dials, and cup stacking. The estimation stations were particularly popular among the crowd, and the winners got to take their jars home the next day.

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