For new families to our district – “Spring Fling” is an annual gathering hosted by the Penn Manor High School, however, it is open for ALL Penn Manor families at all levels: elementary, middle and high school. Please read on:
This year’s Spring Fling will be held on Friday evening, May 4th at Comet Field. As usual, there will be fireworks, food, games, inflatables, the ice pool of terror, and a hot dog eating contest. This year there are many new things to look forward to! The Army will be bringing a mobile usability lab exhibit. The exhibit offers different simulations such as distracted driving and humvee operation. A new and exciting game called the ping pong toss is coming to Spring Fling this year. You can compete against your friends to win a prize! Wristbands for access to all inflatables will cost $15 per student. You can purchase additional wristbands for immediate family members for $10. Come out to Spring Fling on Friday, May 4 for a great time with your friends and family!
Parents! We are holding a week long “Academic Spirit Week” during the week of April 3-6 to get us ready for the PSSA the following week that begins on April 10th. We hope your child can participate in as many days as possible. As always, we want to remind you that spirit days are optional. Please make the best decisions that work for your family.
Tuesday, April 3: “Central Manor Proud” – Wear Blue & Gold
Wednesday, April 4: “Show Your Super Smarts” – Dress like your favorite super hero
Thursday, April 5: “Put On Your Thinking Caps” – Wear your favorite hat
Friday, April 6: “Relax, We Can Do It” – Wear pajamas or sweatpants/sportswear
The Penn Manor School District is now closed for Wednesday, March 21st.
The Penn Manor School District is operating on a two hour delay with modified kindergarten for Wednesday, March 21st, 2018.
For Current 6th Grade Families: Manor Middle School is holding a parent forum on DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP and are inviting all families of incoming 7th graders for 2018-2019.
Please plan to join us for a parent forum at Manor Middle School on Wed., March 14th (5 PM – 6 PM.) The topic of discussion will be Digital Citizenship. In accordance with best practices, the purpose of this forum is to help to create a positive school culture that supports safe and responsible technology use…addressing the real challenges of internet safety for parents, teachers, and students.
Due to inclement weather, the Penn Manor School District is closed for Wednesday, March 7th. All schools and offices are closed.
Parents! Central Manor is celebrating “March GLADness” all throughout the month of March. There are special events and spirit days planned for both staff and students who would like to participate. Please know, spirit days are always optional.
Here are a few special events:
Friday, March 8th: “Fashion Disaster! CLASH DAY” Let your imagination run wild.
Friday, March 16th: Wear Green!
Ask your child about READcess that we held last Friday, March 2nd. We held a school wide “Drop Everything & Read” event to honor Dr. Seuss’ Birthday. It was great seeing students read EVERYWHERE throughout the building.
Order your child’s yearbook online this year!! Only $12 for a full color yearbook!! Check out the link below and enter code: 23550R
Parents – this is just a friendly reminder for our elementary/district wide “KIDS at Work Day” this Friday, February 23rd. Students are welcome to come dressed up as their favorite career. Please know this is optional and not a requirement. While many jobs need “accessories,” we ask for your support in making sure that your child does not bring any prop/item that would violate school board policy. (ie. – weapons/toy weapons) If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the school office. (717) 872-1401 or e-mail Mr. Malek at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For CURRENT STUDENTS in Grades 3, 4, 5, 6:
We want to welcome all students & parents/guardians in grades 3-6, to join us for a special academic night on March 15th. DOORS OPEN at 5:45 for PIZZA! At 6:15 PM, there will be break-out sessions for parents and their intermediate students. Child care will be provided for families who bring younger children. (pre-K to gr.2) The night will end at approximately 7:15 PM.
A flyer has gone home with your child. If you have any questions, please call the Central Manor office at (717) 872-1401 during school hours. We do ask that you register for this event, so we can plan accordingly for food & supplies.
We hope to see you out on March 15th – dinner is covered and then enjoy our break-out academic sessions that will help your child continue to travel on the road to success!