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  • 2019-2020 Academic Calendar

    By unanimous vote at the Tuesday, March 12 Legislative board meeting, the Board of School Directors of Cheltenham School District adopted the following schedule for the 2019-2020 academic year.

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  • Learn How To Set Up The PowerSchool Mobile App

    We'd like to make several points of clarification regarding the PowerSchool app. Only parents/guardians of 5th through 12th grade students need to access PowerSchool. Grade K through 4 parents/guardians do not have PowerSchool portals. Access codes were mailed home or sent home with your student, including returning and new students. If you do not know your student and/or parent access code, please contact...

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  • CSD, Glenside Rotary Collaborate on Annual Thanksgiving Project

    For the past week, students from Cheltenham’s K-6 schools collected stuffing (more than 150 boxes), yams, cranberry sauce, vegetables, potatoes and gravy - more food than ever - to donate to the Glenside Rotary Club’s annual Thanksgiving Project. Earlier this week, Rotary Club members and other volunteers gathered at St. John's Lutheran Church to assemble the baskets which, along with a turkey, were delivered to...

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  • Polar Panthers Freezin’ for a Reason

    The Cheltenham Polar Panthers are back at it, readying themselves to brave the frigid air and icy water at the Suburban Cool Schools Polar Plunge at Souderton Area High School on Friday, Dec. 13 to raise money for Cheltenham’s Unified Bocce and Track and Field programs and the Special Olympics.

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  • High School Stages Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing November 22-23

    A cast and crew of 30 CHS students is set to tell “Much Ado About Nothing,” William Shakespeare’s classic comedic tale of romance, trickery and revenge, in which friends scheme to bring a couple together, while breaking another couple apart set against the backdrop of a “merry war” of wit between its protagonists. The production also features singing and dancing by CHS vocal ensemble members.

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  • Be Smart...Take Care of Your Heart

    Elkins Park School students learned valuable lessons today about heart-healthy living, participating in the school’s long-standing annual tradition of Kids Heart Challenge. Sponsored by the American Heart Association, the program helps children learn jump rope skills, how their heart works and raises money to help children with special hearts. Students learn how to stay healthy and make a difference in the lives of others....

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