What's Happening at Chestnutwold

  • Excellence With Words

    The WordMasters Challenge™ is a vocabulary competition based on completing analogies. Meets are held in school three times per year. Word lists are downloaded and then a few weeks later, the 20 question analogy tests are downloaded and completed. Scores are reported to compete with schools throughout the country. Click here to see photos of our fabulous WordMaster students!

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  • Chestnutwold Lives Nice!

    Chestnutwold 4th grader, Anna M. (front row, center) knows that bullying is a problem, and wants to help. She designed, and sells, LIVE Nice t-shirts. The money raised goes to anti-bullying organizations and positive youth groups. Anna spreads kindness, and makes a difference in our school and in the community. Way to go Anna!

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  • Citizenship Challenge Winners!

    Ms. Doeller's class, in addition to writing a class essay about the 4th amendment, had to perform a skit or present a video to a panel of judges, including former Governor Ed Rendell and Judge Marjorie Rendell. Students were also asked questions regarding the essay. They earned 1st place and $1000 for Chestnutwold!

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  • 3rd Grade Works with Robots

    Students in Mrs. Kintzley's class learned how to program Ozobots. Mrs. Goldberg, a parent, brought in a set of the Ozobots and the students controlled the speed, direction and movement of the robots. Ozobots introduce students to simple coding and teach skills such as deductive reasoning, while expanding their imaginations. Click here for more photos.

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  • 5th Grade steps back in time

    The 5th graders spent an afternoon back in colonial times. They researched colonial occupations, played colonial games, did colonial dances, and of course, dressed the part! Click here for more photos.

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  • Chestnutwold Studies Computer Programming

    Students celebrate this year's Hour of Code Week by trying their hand at the new tutorials available, such as Minecraft and Star Wars. The Hour of Code (http://hourofcode.com/us) is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students around the world. Every other week during library, our students continue to use interactive programming courses which allow them to learn programming at their own pace in a fun and imaginative way. Click on the photo for more details.

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Chestnutwold Info

  • From the Principal

    Click here for Important Information from principal DiBartolomeo.

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  • Chestnutwold on Township Channel

    Morning Announcements from each week will air Sat & Sun @10am. Morning Announcements from each week will air Sat & Sun @10am. Announcements week of February 1st will also air Mon 2/8 & Tues 2/9 at 4 & 5pm. 'Gov. Rendell Visits 5th Grade' will air Mon 2/8 & Tues 2/9 at 4:35 and 5:35pm, Thurs 2/11 at 4pm, and Sat 2/13 @ 10/25am. Click here for the full SDHT Educational Access Channel Program Schedule.

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  • Of Note From The School Calendar

    February 12th: Inservice Day - AMK reports (11:30 dismissal), no PMK, grades 1-5 11:50 dismissal. February 15th: Holiday - no school.

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Board of School Directors

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    The School District of Haverford Township is governed by a nine-member school board. Each board member is elected to a four-year term of office and resides in the township. The board usually meets on the first and third Thursday of every month at 7:30 PM in the Board Room at Oakmont. The public is invited to attend all public meetings. Click here to watch meetings On Demand.
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Inside Chestnutwold

  • Chestnutwold Elementary School is one of five elementary schools in the School District of Haverford Township. Chestnutwold educates students in grades K - 5. You will find us to be a very diligent, dedicated, and caring group of professionals who take the greatest pleasure in watching and nurturing growth in children. 
    Click here for more information on Chestnutwold Elementary School.
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