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    Park School Cheltenham Elementary Glenside Elementary Myers Elementary Wyncote Elementary Sign In Cheltenham School District Home District Info School Board Departments Parents Contact Info Calendars Cheltenham School District Search There are no records GET IN TOUCH Cheltenham School District 2000 Ashbourne Road Elkins Park PA 19027 215 886 9500 WE ARE SOCIAL Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Flickr Pinterest Vimeo WE ARE SOCIAL Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Flickr Pinterest Vimeo Questions

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    Parents Students PTO Cheltenham High School Enter your user name and password to sign in You can use this site without being registered or signing in but registered users who sign in may have access to additional features and information Please remember that your password is case sensitive User Name Password Sign In Forgot My Password GET IN TOUCH Cheltenham High School 500 Rices Mill Road Wyncote PA 19095 215

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  • Cheltenham High School / Homepage
    goal of creating cutting edge student centered experiences for all Cheltenham students Beyond Measure saw us collectively wondering what education looks like when we agree to approach teaching and learning in different and bold ways It was an exciting evening and an important step on what I believe to be an amazing journey for us as an educational institution Our journey has begun For months now our Strategic Planning participants have collaborated to create a new design for our school district Together we have reimagined the educational experience of our staff and students Our work has been anchored in the belief that we must Think Differently and Act Boldly The vision of the Strategic Plan is to create experiences that drive innovation and ignite passion for learning so that our culturally diverse community becomes a model for excellence in education To attain this vision and achieve different and bold results we are focusing critically and intentionally on Student Achievement Curriculum Instruction Holistic Services Professional Learning and Communications Engagement As we continue to ignite our imaginations and Think Differently and Act Boldly we must be prepared to embrace change While we have a strong academic history to celebrate and many bright spots for which to be proud our school district also has immediate areas of need that have to be addressed Specifically we must remedy substantial gaps in supervision leadership programming and instruction In my letter to the community on March 8th I communicated that it is my duty to preserve the excellence that is synonymous with our name I also stated that I am motivated to develop new sustainable systems that revitalize our school district and take us solidly into the future At that time we initiated the first phase of administrative hiring We targeted specific areas with specialized professionals that spoke to our most pressing needs Now we are ready to address our next set of organizational needs by initiating the second phase of hiring Tonight through the consolidation and collapsing of existing roles I will recommend the four following Central Office positions for academic improvement to the Board of School Directors for approval Director of Elementary Education K 6 Director of Secondary Education 7 12 Supervisor of STEM Science Technology Engineering and Math Coordinator of Gifted Education and Professional Learning K 12 These critical positions fill the substantial gaps mentioned above and were intentionally developed with student achievement and staff growth in mind They are intended to bolster our new vision with fidelity by focusing on direct ongoing monitoring of our K 12 instructional programming The positions prepare us to update implement and evaluate new curricula and initiatives increase our delivery of 21st Century skill based instruction and maximize professional development programming for our talented staff In reference to the new administrative positions listed prior I am pleased to announce that Mrs Iris Parker will assume the role of Director of Elementary Education K 6 Mrs Parker has a rich professional background as a teacher and instructional leader

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  • Cheltenham High School / Welcome
    quality the intellect culture and individuality of every student who passes through its doors All Cheltenham High School students are encouraged to become active learners responsible citizens and positive contributors in an ever changing global society Students enjoy extensive experiences in reading writing discussion translation experimentation interpretation problem solving and creative thinking Regardless of how knowledge develops or society changes these processes aim to enable every graduate to comprehend compose

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  • Principal / Iris Parker
    Parker proud Principal of CHS Thank you for visiting us and for your interest in Cheltenham School District I encourage you to explore our website and learn more about the people and programs that make Cheltenham High School a great place for ninth through twelfth graders to learn and grow Cheltenham High School has a rich tradition of graduating critical thinkers who are prepared to make a real difference My leadership team and I strive to continue this tradition by having high standards and expectations for all learners Cheltenham High School s dedicated faculty work hard to make meaningful relationships with students and to provide classroom experiences that are engaging and connected to the real world Through collaboration and a passion for the work we do Cheltenham High School s professional staff delivers a comprehensive program with a varied menu of extracurricular opportunity that speaks to the broad spectrum of students we serve With robust academic offerings top notch band and choir performances and award winning sports teams Cheltenham High School surely serves as the flagship of the District Points of pride range from the most Advanced Placement courses offered in Montgomery County to the best female hurdler in the

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  • JWR Library / Home
    Standards and promotes learning The library media center the intellectual hub of the high school serves to acquire and assemble information and material which links the school community to an ever wider circle of literature knowledge and information through the use of technology to broaden understanding insight and educational experiences About Our Librarian Ms Randi Wall attended Brooklyn College Baruch College and Drexel University She has an M S in Library Science and is a Google Certified Educator Ms Wall has been with the district since 1997 and serves as Sponsor for Reading Olympics and Eastern Standard Theatre EST What Should I Read Next 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 kill each other first Comments 1 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 lives until they must work as a community to respond to a high

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/domain/125 (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

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  • Athletics / Overview
    Corner Concussion Testing PIAA Physical Form Cheltenham High School Athletics Athletics Athletics The primary goal of the high school athletic program is to provide a competitive arena where student athletes can display their talents enhance their physical wellness and skills and gain a greater technical and tactical understanding and appreciation of their chosen sport Within the athletic program it is expected that all participants display a competitive spirit outstanding sportsmanship and exemplary character throughout the year on and off the field of play The athletic program should be a positive component of the student athlete s educational experience Participation in the athletic program is considered a privilege extended by the high school through the Board of School Directors to students who choose to participate Participation in this program requires a commitment by the student athlete of his her time energy and loyalty as well as an acceptance of coaches decisions training techniques and expectations Resources Coaching Opportunites College Planning NCAA Eligibility Center PIAA Sports Physical Form Athletic Calendar Contact Information John Creighton Coordinator of Athletics Activities jcreighton cheltenham org 215 517 3720 Kimberly Slaninko Secretary kslaninko cheltenham org 215 517 3728 Big Teams App Download the Big Team App GET

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