Penn Manor School District is accepting employment applications for Substitute Cafeteria Aides. Substitutes must be available to work at any of the ten schools in the District on an “on call” basis. Excellent working environment. Applicants should have previous institutional food experience but is not mandatory, and have a positive attitude. Please contact Randy Wolfgang, Director of Support Services, at 872-9500 x2228, or firstname.lastname@example.org . Interested applicants may apply in person at the Administration Office located at Manor Middle School, 2950 Charlestown Road, Lancaster, Pa. 17603.
Dear Penn Manor Families:
To better prepare our elementary students for the increased state expectations and to specifically meet the changes brought about by the adoption of the Pennsylvania Core Standards, we have shifted to the use of new math materials that align with these necessary changes. These new McGraw Hill “My Math” materials are an extension of the McGraw Hill “Math Connects” materials we used from kindergarten through grade five and the Glenco, Course One materials we used in grade six for the past five years. These new, carefully aligned materials will expose our students to the increased need for the application of the concepts taught and better prepare our students for the future.
We are fortunate to have been able to provide our teachers and students with the resources needed to stay current. Please note: There will also be an on-line component available to parents/guardians starting October 1st that will include tutorials, re-teaching guides and practice materials to help you assist your child at home as needed.
Should your child be experiencing particular difficulty, please make sure you communicate this to your child’s classroom teacher so that re-teaching guides can be sent home until our on-line option is available to you or should you not have internet access at home.
We appreciate your continued support at home. Please contact your child’s principal should you have any questions.
CM Parents! Mileage Club Volunteers are needed! The job is fun and you would get to cheer on and support CM kids as they run around our playground during lunch recess. If interested, please contact our Physical Education teacher – Dr. Dawn Janssen. email@example.com
Central Manor classrooms were challenged by Mr. Malek this morning to find the FIVE FREEDOMS that are protected under the 1st Amendment to the Constitution. September 17th is CONSTITUTION DAY! The students learned on the morning announcements that the Constitution is like our country’s “rule book.” Just like every sport has a rule book, our government needs a rule book to follow as well. Many classes participated. One lucky class that participated and correctly answered the question will win an “Uncle Sam Patriot Party!” Here’s two examples of the great efforts that were shown today in CM classrooms:
Mrs. Stacey White’s 6th Grade Classroom “1st Amendment Flag”
Miss Jenna Boyd’s 2nd Grade “Preamble” Video
As many of you know, public schools have undergone tremendous budget tightening these past several years. School calendars cost the district traditionally between $5,000-$6,000 a year for all families and the entire PM community. The district was informed that this year the supplier would no longer be able to print the calendar. An equivalent calendar would have cost the district $25,000 for this school year. Looking forward, the district recently released the PENN MANOR FREE MOBILE APP. We hope this new app will help keep you updated with all district news and events. Please share with all family members who have access to download! Please click below to get more information.
We want to welcome all families to the Central Manor OPEN HOUSE this Thursday, September 11th from 4:30-6:30 PM. This is an informal evening where you can come in and visit your child’s teacher, classroom, and all other great parts of our school. Don’t forget…be sure to visit the Central Manor Garden this evening as well! (located right outside the kindergarten classrooms)
A special challenge was sent to CM students two weeks before school started. Could at least 100 students read at least 100 minutes? If so, Mr. Malek promised to take the ice bucket challenge! The papers flooded the office on the first day of school. Many students read WELL OVER 100 minutes during the last two weeks of school. It was official – a “deal was a deal.” Mr. Malek experienced an icy fate at 3:00 PM on the first day of school. Enjoy the pictures. The link below will take you to TEACHER TUBE to enjoy the chilly experience caught on video!
Check Out Mr. Malek’s ICY FATE here: