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  • Chambers Hill Elementary School/Title I Parents,

    We always strive to provide a comprehensive Title I program at our school. We would like your input to help us improve this program and meet the needs of our families.

    Please click the TITLE I link under ANNOUNCEMENTS to view the 3 documents: the School-Parent Compact, The Parent Involvement Survey and the Comprehensive School Goals from the year.

    Send any suggested changes to clopez@cdschools.org.

    Also, the short, 10 question Parent Survey is below. Click this link and take the survey if you have not already done so. The survey will close April 27, 2017.

    Thank you or sharing your ideas and comments for our Title I program.   

    Carol Lopez and the Title I Committee                                                 

     

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  • Title 1 Parent Survey Link- 

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/798RKF5

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  • ATTN PARENTS & GUARDIANS:
    PPL Electricity Announced Recall Alert on Nightlights Distributed To Schools As Part of Think! Energy School Program:  Nightlights included in PPL’s “THINK! ENERGY” school programs have been recalled due to a possible fire hazard.  If you have one, you are advised to stop using it immediately. CDSD students may have received the nightlights through the energy program for schools.  Questions regarding the PPL nightlights should be directed to Ecova 1-877-486-9204.  Click HERE to Link to the full story from the PPL website.

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  • PTO Butter Braids Fundraiser

    Chambers Hill Elementary School/Title I Parents,

    This is the announcement of the PTO spring fundraiser, Butter Braid® pastries!

    The fundraiser starts Monday, March 6th. It will run over a period of two weeks and all orders are due by Friday, March 17th.   

    The proceeds from this fundraiser will go to support Chambers Hill PTO. The PTO helps fund many events at Chambers Hill Elementary, including assemblies, parties, educational programs and other extracurricular school expenses. We have had great success in past years with the Butter Braid® pastries fundraiser. Please visit www.freckledmoose.com for more information on these incredible, filled pastries.  

     Butter Braids arrive frozen and are required to be picked up by an adult on Tuesday April 4th between 3:45pm-5:30pm from the school.

     

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  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Fundraiser- Pasta For Pennies

    This month our fundraiser is Pasta for Pennies.
    The money raised will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and go to fund cancer research.  

    The students can bring in coins, paper money, and even checks to donate.Our school’s goal is to raise $2,500!
    The classroom that raises the most money will win a pasta party from Olive Garden.

    Of course, our real goal is to raise as much money as we can to support cancer research and find a cure for childhood cancer!

    Mrs. Carol Lopez, principal
    Miss Sarah Umberger, 5th Grade Teacher

     

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  • Chambers Hill Elementary School/Title I Families,

    Two fun family events coming up are:

    Bingo on March 24th is from 6:30 – 8:00.
    Ice Cream Social on May 12th  is from 6:30 – 8:30.

    Please mark your calendar now!

    Hope to see you there!

    Carol Lopez, Principal

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  • DR. CAROL JOHNSON, SUPERINTENDENT,
    STATEMENT ON DISCRIMINATION

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  • New Car Pick-Up Procedure

     

    Parents/Guardians,

    The link above has a map of the new traffic pattern for the Car Pick-up Procedure at Chambers Hill ES.

    Notice how you enter at the entrance by the Fire House and loop around at the dock to pick up

    your child in front of the school.

    Display your number on your windshield. It matches the one your child has.

    Staff will send your child to your car.

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  • RIGOR - RELEVANCE -&- RELATIONSHIPS AT CHAMBERS HILL ELEMENTARY

     

    The Chambers Hill Elementary School faculty and staff focus on creating a bright future of success for all students.  We provide our students opportunities to become life-long learners focusing on the "Three R's"

    Rigor - Students develop a thorough, in-depth mastery of challenging tasks to develop cognitive skills through reflective thought, analysis, problem solving, evaluation, or creativity.

    Relevance - Students apply core knowledge, concepts, or skills to solve real-world problems.

    Relationships - We build strong relationships with the students, teachers, staff, and community members to ensure high-level learning.

     If you would like more information, please contact the school at 717-561-1655 

     

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  • Just a reminder parents, school family events are for parents to accompany their children. Sharing the events is a rewarding experience. There are other advantages as well
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  • To view your child's grades (Grades 3-5), attendance and contact information
    Click on the link below:
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  • ATTENTION: PARENTS/GUARDIANS: DRESS CODE INFORMATION

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Chambers Hill
Elementary School 
 
Carol Lopez, Principal
6450 Chambers Hill Road
Harrisburg, PA 17111
Phone: 717-561-1655
Fax: 717-561-4977
Home of the Cougars    
 
Chambers Hill Elementary School Mission Statement
The mission of Chambers Hill Elementary School is to develop lifelong learners striving to attain individual potential within a risk-free, respectful environment that accepts individual differences and encourages positive interaction between home and school.
 
Central Dauphin School District Mission Statement
 
Central Dauphin, a uniquely diverse school district, ensures all students a challenging and dynamic curriculum that prepares them to succeed in a changing, global society by inspiring lifelong learning in a caring, collaborative community.
 
 
 
 
 

Chambers Hill Elementary is a school-wide

Title I building.

What does that mean?

Title I is a 100% federally funded supplemental education program that provides financial assistance to local educational agencies to improve educational opportunities for educationally deprived children. Title I programs are designed to help children meet the state content and performance standards in reading, language arts, and mathematics. In buildings with 40% or more poverty, the funds can be used to upgrade the entire curriculum of the school and are School-wide Programs. The purpose of a School-wide Program is to improve the academic achievement of all students.

 
 
 
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