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The CRN boys 4x800 won the state title! Brady Ott, Andrew Young, Joey Crowne, and Lucas Poliseno won by six seconds, and beat their own school record set a week earlier at district 1 champs. Their winning time ranks them 3rd in the USA!  In addition, three runners qualified and ran individual events at state champs. Brady Ott placed 7th in both the 1600 and 3200. Lucas Poliseno placed 8th in the 800 and 14th in the 1600. And Joey Crowne placed 14th in the 800.  Congratulations to the student-ath
For the past 14 years, the Churchville community has celebrated an annual tradition known as Churchville Night at the Phillies, which has consistently grown in popularity, with over 500 tickets sold in each of the last two years. This impressive community engagement has fostered a formal partnership with the Phillies, bringing several exciting benefits, including the honor of throwing the first pitch at a game. For this event, Mrs. Emily Otero, the esteemed principal of Churchville Elementary Sc
Council Rock North Cross Country Team Honored At State Capitol
American Red Cross Spring Blood Drive @ CRHS-South
Students at Wrightstown Elementary School got a chance to thank in person the first responders who responded to the March 22 bus fire that happened during the morning run.
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This year’s Summer Academy planning is underway! The Summer Academy is designed to provide supplemental instruction to students who received Literacy Support, Math Support and/or English Language Support throughout the regular school year.

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Middle School Program Planning Guide

We believe high standards must be maintained for academic achievement based upon a well coordinated curriculum and developmentally appropriate instruction.

We believe all students will be actively involved in their learning through a wide array of academic and cocurricular experiences.

We believe the middle level program must be a transitional environment responsive to the unique and diverse developmental needs of the early adolescent.

We believe through a variety of challenging and age appropriate integrated experiences, we will inspire lifelong learning.

We believe the environment of the middle school will foster positive social interactions and responsible behavior.

We believe students should develop social responsibility through activities such as service learning, peer leadership and school/community involvement.

We value exploration by providing age appropriate academic and cocurricular opportunities that enable each student to meet his/her maximum potential

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Champions Extended Day Program

Since 1990, we've been meeting the needs of busy families by providing a fun and safe space where children can foster their love of learning and develop the skills necessary to succeed in school and life. Our proven before- and after-school programs offer learning activities, homework help, healthy snacks, and a whole lot of fun – all within the safety and convenience of your child’s school.

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