2021-22 Spotlights

  • 2022-2023 APPROVED Academic Calendar

    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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  • PBL9 Hosts Field Day for Wyncote Third Graders

    PBL9 students visited Wyncote Elementary to facilitate a field day event for third graders on Friday, June 10.

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  • Wyncote Elementary Reaches Fidelity to Tier 1 PBIS

    “We have worked hard to keep PBIS part of our school culture and it shows,” said Principal Crystal Clark. “Through an abundance of changes these past few years, our PBIS initiatives have helped us keep our focus on our most precious asset, our students.”

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  • UPG's "Many Hands Make Light Work" Community Clean Up and Block Party

    Join the United Parents group for a day of community building on Saturday, May 21.

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  • Kindness Ambassadors at Wyncote

    Congratulations to Wyncote's newest Kindness Ambassadors. Wyncote now has 16 ambassadors from fourth grade. Students completed an application to be considered for this program.

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  • CSD Celebrates School Director Recognition Month

    The Cheltenham School District is pleased to honor members of its board of school directors during the Pennsylvania School Board Association’s School Director Recognition Month of January.

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  • "Balloons over Broadway” at Wyncote

    As part of the school’s celebration of "KNOW"vember, students created their own parade. Second through fourth graders created balloon structures that could move using a coding bot, while kindergarten and first graders made parade watchers and Lego skyscrapers for the parade route.

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  • Timothy Holman Named Director of Facilities and Maintenance at the Cheltenham School District

    Timothy Holman has been appointed the Cheltenham School District Director of Facilities and Maintenance. Holman most recently served in the same capacity at the Pennsbury School District since 2020, and will begin his CSD tenure on Monday, Nov. 8. The board of school directors approved the appointment at its Tuesday, Oct. 12 legislative meeting.

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  • CHS Alumnus Dr. Brian W. Scriven ’83 Tapped as Cheltenham School District Superintendent

    Following a national search, Dr. Brian W. Scriven, a 1983 graduate of Cheltenham High School with nearly two decades of experience as an educational administrator, has been selected as the superintendent of the Cheltenham School District. Board president Pamela Henry announced the board will vote on the appointment prior to next Tuesday’s educational affairs committee meeting. Dr. Scriven’s first day on the job is slated for Monday, Nov. 1.

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  • Jessica Keene Named Cheltenham School District’s Director of Student Services

    After more than 10 years assisting at-risk children in a variety of settings, Jessica Keene has been named the director of student services at the Cheltenham School District. Keene assumes the role from the recently retired Dr. Cheryl Horsey, who served CSD in a number of positions for more than two decades. In her new role, Keene will oversee the ...

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  • Wyncote Elementary Receives Kindness Grant for PBIS Program

    Wyncote Elementary has received a $5,000 Kindness grant from the Choose Kindness Foundation. The funds will be utilized to integrate kindness into the school’s Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program, according to Wyncote Principal Dr. Crystal Clark.

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  • Cheltenham School District, Township Police Agree to Revised Memorandum of Understanding to Guide Relationship Moving Forward

    After months of negotiations, the Cheltenham School District and Cheltenham Township Police Department have agreed to major revisions of the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the two institutions. The school district board of school directors considered its own goals, input from local advocacy groups and public comment from recent legislative board meetings in its approach to reworking of the document. The final, approved MOU aims to foster a relationship of cooperation and mutual support and to maintain a safe school environment.

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  • Juneteenth 2021

    Today, African-Americans celebrate Juneteenth, an annual holiday dating back to 1865 commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. In recent years, and particularly following nationwide protests over police brutality and the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and other African-Americans, Juneteenth has experienced renewed interest as a day to celebrate freedom...

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  • Virtual Summer Registration for 2021-22 School Year

    Registration for the 2021-22 school year will take place virtually Mondays through Thursdays, June 21 until August 26 from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Registration is for Cheltenham Township residents only. To register an incoming student, please visit...

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