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COVID-19 Data Dashboard

Total quarantine and positive COVID-19 cases for staff and students - updated every Tuesday.
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Is it an "A" Day or a "B" Day?

Click here to get an easy to follow calendar to help you keep track of which day it is. "A" Day students go to school on A Days. "B" Day students go on B Days. If there is a Red X, there is no school on that day.
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MTPS COVID-19 Information Site

This website is a compilation of all the latest information and communication regarding the COVID-19 School Closure and Reopening in the Medford Township Public Schools.
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Our New Website - A Guided Tour

Take a look at this video that will walk you through some of the features that make our new website so much more efficient and easy to use! For more information, click the full story!
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We are all in this together! The staff at Chairville Elementary School wants you to know that we miss our students! Please stay safe, healthy, and enjoy the show. Click on the link and see the message from the Chairville staff.
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Chairville Chatter

Keep up on what's happening at Chairville. Here you can see some of the highlights of what's going on at Chairville.
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Mr. Karakashian's Message

When I walk into school, I bring my experiences as a student, teacher and parent with me. I think about my best teachers, the ones that reached me, whose words and lessons are still with me today. I think about the students in my class that I was lucky enough to teach, and how much I wish I could still be in the classroom. The inspirational leadership of former principals and superintendents helped me grow into an educational leader that absorbs the wisdom of my colleagues.  As a father, I think about what I want school to be for my own children. These collective experiences are the sum of who I am and help me lead from the heart.
 
A school should reflect the best version of the community it serves. It is not enough to be a part of the community, it is our duty as educators to be our best so that we can rise above expectations. We recognize the strengths of others and the opportunities they provide to help us tackle our individual challenges. We learn from each other. If students, educators and parents work together, nothing is impossible when we put children first.
 
John Karakashian,
Chairville Principal