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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  • PBL Senior Interns’ Presentations of Learning

    (May 16, 2024) Project Based Learning seniors participating in the Senior Internship Experience (SIE) held their presentations of learning (PoL) at an event Tuesday in the beautiful tent at Curtis Hall, where students, families, mentors, and teachers gathered to celebrate the PBL seniors. The PoL is an opportunity for reflection and critique, and an occasion to recognize the student’s accomplishments and personal growth.

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  • ShaVon Savage, M.S.Ed., J.D., Appointed Assistant Superintendent at Cheltenham School District

    (May 16, 2024) With more than 15 years of classroom and administrative experience, ShaVon Savage, M.S.Ed., J.D., has been named assistant superintendent at the Cheltenham School District. The CSD Board of School Directors approved her hiring at its May 14 legislative meeting. Savage, who is trained as an attorney and educator, officially begins her tenure on July 1, 2024. In the meantime, she will serve as an administrator on assignment through June 30, 2024.

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  • Fifth Graders Create Fictional Bakeries in “The Bakery Project”

    (May 15, 2024) Elkins Park students in Lauren Abrams and Taylore Tamburini’s classes were treated to a taste of “The Bakery Project,” developed by staff at the administration building to align with the deeper learning initiative in the strategic plan. “The Bakery Project” was created with math standards in unit two of fifth grade as a backbone for the project-based learning experience.

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