2023-24 Spotlights

  • 2023-24 APPROVED Academic Calendar

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

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  • CBK Gets Groovy at Black History Hip Hop Club Performance

    (Feb. 29, 2024) Cedarbrook’s Hip Hop club got into the groove Thursday morning as part of the school’s Black History Month celebration. The club celebrated its fifth year by performing dances inspired by previous performances.

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  • CBK Students Study Native American Removal

    (Feb. 1, 2024) In Isaac Stanford’s seventh grade social studies class, students have been studying the removal of Native Americans from lands east of the Mississippi in the 1800s. Students first looked at the guiding question, “What Does it Mean to Remove a People?” and heard from members of the Native American community, looked at primary source documents, maps, and images.

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  • CBK Students Visit Holocaust Awareness Museum At Keneseth Israel

    (Jan. 31, 2024) CBK students visited the Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center (HAMEC) at Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park on Tuesday morning. To understand the full impact of how many Jewish people died in the Holocaust, students participated in the stick figure activity, led by former EP teacher and current HAMEC Program and Outreach Director, Lise Marlowe.

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  • CSD Students Commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day

    (Jan. 29, 2024) Cedarbrook and Cheltenham High School students attended the International Holocaust Remembrance Day at the United Nations in New York on Friday with their retired EP teacher, Lise Marlowe, who is the program director of the Holocaust Awareness Museum in Elkins Park. The program leads the annual observance of the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust.

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  • Cedarbrook Students Listen to Holocaust Survivors

    (Jan. 24, 2024) Cedarbrook students heard stories from Holocaust survivors earlier this week. The assemblies, presented by the Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center, were organized by former CSD teacher Lise Marlowe, who serves as director of the museum.

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