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  • JWR Library / Mobile APPs
    Turnitin Word of the Day Cheltenham High School Library JWR Library PowerSchool Destiny PowerSchool For students and parents District Code MFXF Destiny Library catalog School URL destiny cheltenham org Username computer login ex 18rwall Password student ID ex 00123456 Gale Cengage Access My Library Biography in Context Literature Resource Center Opposing Viewpoints eBooks EBSCO EBSCOhost eBooks High School Collection EBSCOhost Literary Reference Center Science Reference Center Advanced Placement Source Instructions

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2637 (2016-04-30)
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  • JWR Library / Poetry
    Library Building Reservation System Literary Glossary Mobile APPs NoodleTools Poetry Reading Olympics Rosetta Stone Series and Sequels Summer Reading Turnitin Word of the Day Cheltenham High School Library JWR Library Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen Leonardo da Vinci What is a Poet Laureate An individual who composes poems who has the ability to express poetic ideas in beautiful language and has been identified as having the highest degree of excellence in poetry CHS Poet Laureate 2015 2016 Emmanuel Tisdale Previous Poet Laureates 2014 2015 Liam Schaeffer 2013 2014 Liam Schaeffer 2012 2013 Christian Brooks Lane 2011 2012 Jasmin Johnson 2010 2011 Ebon Brooks Lane 2009 2010 Allegra Campbell 2008 2009 Geoffrey Volcovici 2007 2008 Trev Zumpano 2006 2007 Eric Jaffe 2005 2006 Dallas Donnell 2004 2005 Sean Kates 2003 2004 Jade Shames Poetry websites Poetry 180 Poets org The Poetry Archive Poetry Foundation download the poetry mobile app for iPhone and Android Poetry CHS Poetry Slam Alex s Lemonade Stand Poetry Poetry videos Sarah Kay If I Should Have a Daughter Vanessa Hidary Hebrew Mamita A Spoken Word Poem written performed by Shane Koyczan To This

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2628 (2016-04-30)
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  • JWR Library / Reading Olympics
    the Day Cheltenham High School Library JWR Library What is Reading Olympics Every spring the Montgomery County Reading Olympics holds its annual celebration of reading Throughout the school year participating students collaborate with their teammates to read 45 titles on the list Students are not required to read all 45 books however if the team consists of twelve members then each student would be responsible for at least four books The event is held at a school in Montgomery County transportation is provided During the evening every team of 8 to 12 students participates in three rounds of questioning with three teams from other school districts Teams are never eliminated At the end of the evening each participating student receives a ribbon The number of points each team scores determines the color of the ribbon All enthusiastic readers are invited to join in this great event which will be held on TBD We look forward to working with the Cheltenham Reading Olympics team If you are interested in participating in this exciting and rewarding event have any further questions or need more information please stop by the library or email Ms Wall Happy reading 2016 CHS Reading Olympics team Randi

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2646 (2016-04-30)
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  • Creative Commons Plagiarism Databases Destiny E Resources Library Building Reservation System Literary Glossary Mobile APPs NoodleTools Poetry Reading Olympics Rosetta Stone Series and Sequels Summer Reading Turnitin Word of the Day Cheltenham High School Library JWR Library Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo FIC BAR Six dangerous outcasts One impossible heist Kaz s crew is the only thing that might stand between the world and destruction if they don t

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/site/default.aspx?PageType=3&ModuleInstanceID=3751&ViewID=cc9fee08-7d9d-4934-b07b-22759c3eeeba&RenderLoc=0&FlexDataID=2178&PageID=2439 (2016-04-30)
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  • Literary Glossary Mobile APPs NoodleTools Poetry Reading Olympics Rosetta Stone Series and Sequels Summer Reading Turnitin Word of the Day Cheltenham High School Library JWR Library Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld Margo Lanagan and Deborah Biancotti FIC WES Told from separate viewpoints teens Scam Crash Flicker Anonymous Bellwether and Kelsie all born in the year 2000 and living in Cambria California have superhuman abilities that give them interesting but not heroic

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/site/default.aspx?PageType=3&ModuleInstanceID=3751&ViewID=cc9fee08-7d9d-4934-b07b-22759c3eeeba&RenderLoc=0&FlexDataID=2179&PageID=2439 (2016-04-30)
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  • Academics / Overview
    the knowledge skills and habits of mind to find success personally and professionally in their lives beyond high school Every day new discoveries subtly and profoundly change the ways in which we all interact with our world CHS s academic technical athletic and social science course offerings provide opportunities to evaluate and analyze information and apply it to create new methods to wrestle with the issues of the day With over 170 course offerings all aligned to national and state standards students can explore many areas of interest and further define career goals In CHS classrooms teachers utilize a variety of instructional strategies to engage students in learning Technological innovations allow teachers to bring the real world into the classroom and encourage small group problem based exploration Curriculum is differentiated to meet students needs Students interact with timeless texts that have uniquely modern interpretations CHS operates on an eight period day while also allowing students to attend the Eastern Center for Arts and Technology participate in dual enrollment classes at local universities and take advantage of senior internships and senior work options Major classes meet daily and students earn 5 credits per class Minor classes meet every other day and

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2417 (2016-04-30)
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  • Academics / English
    through a variety of meaningful and engaging lessons Our mission is to foster a learning experience that empowers students to Construct meaningful writings that promote civic engagement reflective and critical thinking and creative expression Craft informative argumentative and narrative compositions using the domains of focus content organization style and conventions Debate issues and generate innovative and purposeful solutions Analyze a range of literary works extricate text based evidence and establish informed and defensible arguments Speak and listen effectively in order to challenge question entertain inspire and inform Create original works through film print music and technology Read through multiple perspectives heightening students empathy and local national and global awareness Generate meaningful connections between course content and real world experiences Define and use their voice and exercise choice Employ technology to advance their thinking challenge convention and explore writing and utilize technology to share work collaborate and inform CHS Write Pride Center AP Language and Composition students along with English Teachers and Arcadia University Candidates provide individualized assistance to all levels of writers who visit the Cheltenham High School Writing Center During their peer tutoring sessions in the Write Pride Center AP Language and Composition students fulfill course requirements AP students

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2419 (2016-04-30)
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  • Academics / Mathematics
    of all aptitudes and interest levels and allow interested students to pursue high levels of Mathematical study Our program provides all students with a common foundation of challenging mathematics while addressing their individual mathematical needs through several types of differentiated support Students are provided with classroom experiences that draw from both real world applications and pure abstract mathematical contexts A variety of modes of technology are used to enhance understanding

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2395 (2016-04-30)
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