School Information

School Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.

Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location: Chapel Glen is located in the western portion of the district on Lansdowne between 10th Street and Rockville Road. View Map

Parent/Student Handbook: 2017-18 Parent/Student Handbook.pdf

Grades Served: Kindergarten – 6th Grade

Staff: 45 teachers, including media specialist, physical education, art, music, and skills resource, 9 assistants/paraprofessionals, nurse, parent liaison, secretaries, cooks, custodians, and Midtown Counselors.

School Enrollment: As of Feburary 1, 2017–791 students enrolled

Mascot: All Stars

School Colors: Black & White

Mission Statement:
Chapel Glen is a caring school community that:

  • Exceeds academic standards
  • Provides a stimulating learning environment
  • Meets the varying needs, interests, and abilities of our students
  • Promotes academic excellence, self-discipline, positive self-worth, and lifelong learning

Facility:
Chapel Glen opened in 1972 as an open-concept building. Renovations in 1991 added walls and additional classrooms. Facilities include several large group instruction areas, a gym, a cafeteria, a media center, art, and music rooms.

MSD of Wayne Township K-8 Grading Scale
Grade Level Standards Scoring Guide Percent Based Letter Grade Description of Achievement Level on the Applicable Standards
Exemplary 4 100 A+ The student demonstrates mastery at or above the 90% level on the appropriate state standards.
93-99 A
90-92 A-
Proficient 3 87-89 B+ The student demonstrates mastery at or above the 80% level on the appropriate state standards.
83-86 B
80-82 B-
Progressing 2 77-79 C+ The student demonstrates mastery at or above the 70% level on the appropriate state standards.
73-76 C
70-72 C-
Not Yet Meeting Standard 1 Below 70 F* The grade of F indicates that the student did not demonstrate achievement at or above the 70% level on the appropriate state standards.
*Note: The grade of F will not be given for midterm reports. If a student’s performance indicates that the student does not yet demonstrate mastery at the 70% level on the appropriate state standards, a grade of I will be given. The grade of I means that specific “intervention” is planned to assist the student in meeting the standards by the end of the grading period. When the grade of I is given, the teacher will list the intervention(s) to be used on the midterm report.