Central Dauphin School District's e-communications program helps to get timely communication from our schools out to the public. We feel e-Communications will provide a better way to reach out to our parents and students while reducing the amount of paper sent home. Some information may continue to come home in paper form. Copies of all information on the website will also be stored in school offices. However, we are looking to move the vast majority of the information that goes home to our web site.
We recognize that some parents do not have the opportunity to reliably use our web site on a regular basis. For those families, Central Dauphin will make paper copies of relevant flyers available to your child on a weekly basis. To get paper copies, you simply need to contact the school office. A packet of papers will be gathered each week for your child to pick up at the office. We thank you for your cooperation with this initiative.
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 (the picture of the books) under HEADLINES AND PRESS RELEASES to view the 3 documents: the School-Parent Compact, The Parent & Family Engagement Policy and the goals from the school's Comprehensive School Plan.
Send any suggested changes to email@example.com.
Thank you or sharing your ideas and comments for our Title I program.
Below is the link to our Right to Know Letter.
Carol Lopez and the Title I Committee
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.
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
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Kindergarten Conferences - Kindergarten students off