These are some of the great things that are happening in the School District of Haverford Township!
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- 450 students graduated at St. Joseph’s University on June 8th with over 150 people watching the live stream.
- On June 29, two of Haverford's top FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) members will travel to Anaheim, California to attend and compete at the FBLA National Leadership Conference! Jack Ryal, junior member, placed 1st in Delaware County in Business Law, which advanced him to States where he placed 4th and earned an invitation to represent Haverford and Pennsylvania at the National Conference! Daniel Ball, also a junior member, placed 1st in Delaware County in Securities & Investments and advanced to place 7th in the State! Both members will compete against top students from across the country at this summer's conference in Anaheim. This will be Jack's 2nd invitation to Nationals, and Haverford's 8th year having qualifying competitors!
- MS students worked with a theme and created an original children's book that used the same theme targeted to a younger audience. Each team of four wrote, illustrated, colored, and binded a story for a K-2 class at Lynnewood.
- The 8th grade awards night was celebrated on June 6th.
- The 6th grade class trip to Camp Canadensis was successful.
- Tomorrow is the 8th grade trip to Hersheypark.
- Chestnutwold Elementary held a STEAM day, June 2nd with the theme “Innovate, Create, Communicate, and STEAM on!” 9 STEM professional were there to work with the students to test the model of Ask it, Design it, Solve it, Test it, and Improve it.
- Isabel Rodriguez (grade 5) and Jean Park (grade 6) both competed in the State 24 Competition on June 14. Both students competed against over 140 contestants from around the state. They did well enough in the first 2 rounds to qualify for the semifinals where they both earned silver medals and placed in the top 16 in the state. They are both very impressive math students.
- Fifth grade “Stepping-Up” Ceremonies were held at all of the Elementary Schools this week
- Friday, June 16th is the last day of school for students.
- Reading and Math summer assignments are available on the website.