Spotlight

  • Academic Calendar 2020-2021

    By unanimous vote at the Tuesday, February 11 Legislative board meeting, the Board of School Directors of Cheltenham School District adopted the following schedule for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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  • CSD Unveils Continuity of Education Plan

    The Cheltenham School District is committed to designing the most effective methods and systems available in the district for the continuation of our high-quality education despite the exceptional circumstances of the full school closure in the state of Pennsylvania. The purpose of this document is to outline how CSD will offer a Distance Learning model for the continuation of the educational program.

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  • Cheltenham School District And Cheltenham Educators’ Association Enter Into New Labor Agreement

    The Cheltenham School District (CSD) Board of School Directors and Cheltenham Educators’ Association (CEA), the school district’s teachers union, have come to agreement on a three-year contract. After the CEA’s weekend contract ratification, the board approved the contract this evening at its May legislative meeting. The eight board members present unanimously approved.

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  • Retiring Myers Music Teacher Susan Ohrt Named Finalists for the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra’s Ovation Award

    Longtime Myers Elementary music teacher Susan Ohrt has been named one of 10 finalists from across the Delaware Valley for the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra’s (PYO) Ovation Award for inspiration and outstanding leadership in music education. The grand prize winner will be named on...

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  • CBK PBL Manual Cinema Documentary Features Student Voice

    As part of his Avalon Foundation Design Fellowship, CBK project based learning teacher Isaac Stanford created a student voice-focused video highlighting the three core practices (collaboration, student choice and community partnerships) of the class’ Manual Cinema project. In this project,...

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  • Cyber Security Squad Qualifies for Nationals

    “This was our first year of competition and all four women are new to cybersecurity competitions,” said team advisor Sarah Putterman, who has been advocating for an expansion of the school’s computer science courses to include cyber security and game design, which will happen this fall. “Making the national level of competition was a fantastic way to end the season. We look forward to coming out strong next year with active participation in multiple Capture the Flag competitions as early as September. While not ideal, distance learning has ...

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