It is with great pride and excitement that I announce that our Letort students, staff, and families raised $1025 for the Barley family to purchase a new calf for our sixth grade student, Becky. It is such a honor to work with such outstanding individuals, students, families, who are so kind and generous. I know the Barley family was very appreciative of our efforts and from all of us, we thank you!
Below is Nancy Barley, Carly McPherson, Becky Barley and Anna Barley.
Penn Manor is operating on a 2-hour delay with modified Kindergarten. AM students attend from 11-12:45 PM and PM students attend from 1:45-dismissal.
Please remember our early dismissal, this Friday, January 30th, at 1:30 PM. There will be NO AM-Kindergarten.
Our own Samuel Rouse, 6th grade, was featured in the paper this past weekend and he asked “What’s on your reading list for 2015?” Click on the link below to read more:
Penn Manor is operating on a 2-hour delay with modified Kindergarten for Monday, January 26, 2015. AM students attend from 11-12:45 PM and PM students attend from 1:45-dismissal.
Hope you can join us tomororw evening (January 23rd) for our annual PTO Movie Night featuring The LEGO Movie. Doors open at 6 PM and the movie will begin promptly at 6:30PM.
Please be aware that if your child participates in the LEGO contest, his/her project must be an original design and NOT the kit’s step-by-step directions. Categories for the competition include Best House/Building, Best Thing on Wheels, Best Creature, and Best Overall.
Elementary schools will be dismissing early today at 11:30. AM Kindergartners will be riding the bus home today just like yesterday. Any kindergartner who will be picked up should be picked up at the back car rider door.
After school Y services are cancelled on early dismissal days. Emergency care is available at the downtown site, but parents must transport to the downtown Y.
Beginning Tuesday, January 20th, we will be collecting coins to be given to the Barley family toward buying a new 4-H calf. A large water jug will be sitting in the lobby for students who wish to contribute.
Dear Letort Families,
As many of you know, one of our own families, The Barleys, was devastated by a barn fire last Friday and suffered a tremendous loss. We are asking our Letort families to donate any spare change that they are able to at this time to support this family in need. Our goal is to provide the funds for a new calf for our Letort 6th grader and/or any equipment that was lost in the fire to care for this new animal.
If you are willing to contribute, please bring spare coins and bills to school from January 20th-January 23rd. Students will be able to drop off the money in the school lobby each morning before school. We appreciate your support and please continue to keep this family in your thoughts.