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  • 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 APPROVED Academic Calendars

    At its Tuesday, Dec. 8 Legislative board meeting, the Cheltenham School District Board of School Directors adopted the following schedules for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 academic years....

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  • Team Cheltenham Surpasses Fundraising Goal in Annual Polar Pop

    In this year's Polar Plunge, Team Cheltenham met and exceeded its goal of $2,000 by several hundred dollars, thanks to a huge response from the students, teachers, administrators, alumni and community, including a Google Meet with more than 50 individuals in attendance on Wednesday, Feb. 24. February is traditionally the Pennsylvania Special Olympics’ “Plunge Month,” the annual fundraiser to support CHS Unified Sports...

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  • Glenside Marks Black History Month

    Focusing on the Association for the Study of African American Life and History’s (ASALH) national Black History Month theme of the “Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity,” Glenside Elementary grades recognized Black History Month in numerous ways....

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  • Elkins Park Black History Month

    Elkins Park School engaged in a research-heavy recognition of Black History Month. Students received lists of historical and modern day African Americans from across fields like music, politics and government, science and technology, sports, entertainment, and civil rights/social justice. They then created projects highlighting, comparing and contrasting these individuals using Venn diagrams, timelines, posters and interviews, and employing apps like...

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  • Dr. Wagner Marseille Earns AASA National Superintendent Certification

    Cheltenham School District Superintendent Dr. Wagner Marseille is one of nearly 20 superintendents from across the country who recently completed the National Superintendent Certification program with the School Superintendents Association (AASA). “This program was one of the best professional development experiences I’ve ever had as an educator,” said Marseille...

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  • Wyncote Student’s Tribute to Youth Poet Laureate Goes Viral for BHM

    As part of Wyncote Elementary’s recognition of Black History Month, third grader Lexi Bradley drew a picture of Amanda Gorman, the first youth poet laureate, in her now-famous yellow coat, reciting lyrics from her inauguration poem “The Hill We Climb.” Lexi added the poem lines “If only we are brave enough to be it. There is always light” to the drawing. A photo of Lexi...

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