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Starting in October, Chester Upland schools will close early on Wednesdays
for professional development time for teachers.
Chester High and STEM will dismiss students at 12:30 pm on Wednesdays.
Elementary & middle schools will dismiss students at 1:45 pm on Wednesdays.

Download the 2016-2017 calendar to see which days are affected.

Welcome to the Chester Upland School District
   



Important Information
We're pleased to provide the following useful information to our students, families, community, and staff:
  • CUSD Annual Notice of FERPA Rights
  • CUSD's Empowering Effective Teachers Plan: a letter from the Superintendent (May 2016)
  • CUSD's amended Recovery Plan submission

Our Schools
Use the links below to find out more information about your child's school, including the hours of operation, uniform policy, and other related questions.

Elementary Schools
  • Main Street
  • Stetser
  • CUSA (School of the Arts)

Middle and High Schools
  • STEM at Showalter
  • Toby Farms
  • Chester High School

Good News in Chester
We'll use this section to feature news articles about our students and staff:
  • Winning is Only the Beginning at the Heritage Bowl
  • CHAMPS Honor Chester's Mayor
  • Chester Mentor Inspires & Challenges High School Students
  • Elementary Students Receive Free Books

Monthly Event Calendar
  • June 2016

 







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The Chester Upland School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities.  Chester Upland School District Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offerings include: automotive technology; computer aided drafting and design; cosmetology; culinary; dental assistants; early childhood education; health occupations; and sports and entertainment marketing. Inquiries may be directed to Chester Upland School District’s Title IX/ 504 Coordinator, located at 232 West Ninth Street, first floor, Chester, Pennsylvania, 19013 or 610-447- 3637.
Other Useful Resources for Students and Parents
Community Resources and Upcoming Community Events
  • Give Kids Sight Day returns on Saturday, October 29, 2016! Children from around the Philadelphia region (17 years and under) are invited to receive free eye care and eyeglasses! 8:30am – 1:00pm at Jefferson Alumni Hall, Philadelphia, PA. No health insurance? No problem! All children are welcome. Walk-ins only, no appointment is needed! We do suggest families arrive early.​
  • You're invited to the free Kids Expo on Sunday, Sep 17
  • Attend a Parent Partnership Forum meeting at DCIU on Oct 17, 2016.
  • A list of Delaware County Local Food Resources for families in need.
  • You can refer your child for a developmental evaluation through the Chester SEEDS Preschool Early Intervention Program.
  • Free or low-cost health insurance is available for kids up to age 19! Click the link to find out more about this free service from PCCY!
  • Crozer-Keystone Health System offers Free Screening and Diagnostic Mammograms for Uninsured and Underinsured Women Over 40.
  • Looking for employment but don't have the necessary skills? The Building Trades Program will help you begin a rewarding career today!
  • Information for homeless children and youths is available here.
  • ESL classes are available at St. Alice. Click here to find out more.
  • My Life Delco can make an impact in the life of a young person in your family who needs support:
    • Have someone between ages 13 and 23 experiencing mental health, substance abuse, foster care, or other challenges? Encourage them to attend the next My Life Delco meeting! 
  • Are you a parent with a mental illness? There are workshops and phone/online support groups available for you, to help you raise your child. Click on the links above to find out more.
  • Are you a teen parent who needs help with education, childcare, welfare benefits, parenting or support? The Project Peace Teen Parent Program can help. So can the Chester Young Parents Program.

 
 
 

 

 
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