Anyone wishing to volunteer during school hours or during field trips are required to obtain clearances. Please clink on the links below to obtain these clearances:
(*Please note ~ clearances are not paid for by the school district).
When you receive ALL the necessary clearances and complete the volunteer application, you may submit copies to the Letort office beginning August 10, 2015.
Clearances will remain valid with the district as long as you volunteer at least once per school year, for up to three years. All clearances MUST BE RENEWED every three years to continue as a volunteer in the district. The date for renewal is determined by the date of your “oldest” clearance or the one you received “first.” For example, if your clearances were dated October 5 and November 23, those clearances would need renewed by October 5.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the office.
There are extra yearbooks available for purchase at a cost of $16. If you are interested in purchasing one, you will need to stop by the office TODAY OR TOMORROW.
The school office will be closed for the summer beginning on Friday, June 12, 2015.
If you have children to enroll for the 2015-2016 school year, please visit Penn Manor School District registration page by clicking here or by calling the Registration Hotline at 717-872-9550, Monday – Thursday.
The school office will re-open on a daily basis beginning Monday, August 10, 2015.
The first day of school for students will be Wednesday, August 26, 2015.
With the conclusion of the 2014-2015 school year, come a few changes to the staff of Letort Elementary. As many of you know, we are saying a fond farewell to Mrs. Egan (Kindergarten), Mr. Fitzkee (4th Grade), and Mrs. Bachman (School Nurse). I know Letort will simply not be the same without their smiling faces each day.
We are also welcoming some new faces to Letort. Mrs. Julie Hoin will be teaching our kindergartners and Mrs. Debra Beighley will be teaching 5th grade while Mrs. Lisa Suydam returns to 4th grade. I will be working on a replacement for Mrs. Bachman ~ more on that later! I know that students, parents, and staff will welcome Mrs. Hoin and Mrs. Beighley with open arms.
Welcome to the LETORT Team!
Every child in grades K-5 should have brought home a Summer Reading Passport to keep track of their summer reading. Any student who has at least 33 stamps when they return in August will earn a free treat at Rita’s, served by our teachers and principal. If your child did not bring home a reading ‘passport’, or if you do not know where it is, you may still join in the fun by clicking on the link below. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the school office by June 12th.
Summer Reading Passport
LOW COST – HIGH LIMIT
STUDENT ACCIDENT GROUP INSURANCE
THE SCHOOL DISTRICT DOES NOT CARRY MEDICAL INSURANCE ON STUDENTS, but does provide you with a primary excess group insurance plan that:
- Provides coverage for travel to and from school as well as coverage for accidents while participating in Intramural Sports, Gym and Physical Education classes.
- Pays benefits directly to you or the doctor or hospital.
- Optional coverage includes Extended Dental.
- Worldwide coverage under the 24-hour plan provides coverage at school, weekends, summer vacations, home, and play.
A brochure that describes benefits and prices with a pre-addressed application may be requested through your school office.
Individual Voluntary Student Program Cost per Year
24 Hour Coverage $ 116.00
School-Time Coverage $ 30.00
Dental Accident Insurance $ 8.50 with either of above plans
A pair of eye glasses were found in the school all-purpose room on Monday after the 6th grade Mexican Fiesta. They have dark brown tortoise shell rims. They may be picked up in the school office by Friday, June 12th.
If your child has medicine that is kept in the school health room, please stop by the school by 11:30 am tomorrow, June 5th, to pick it up. Medicines are not permitted to be sent home with students. If you are unable to stop by the school, please call the school nurse at 872-9530, ext 3032.
Do you want to enjoy a FREE, fun-filled night with family and friends?
Join us at the End of the Year School Picnic on Thursday, May 28 from 6-8 p.m. (rain date- Friday, May 29). There will be a bouncer obstacle course and activities.
Drinks, hot dogs, macaroni & cheese, baked beans and plates/plastic utensils will be provided. We are asking each family to please bring the following food items according to your last name (enough to serve 15 people):
A – L: Picnic Friendly Side Dishes (e.g. veggie trays, fruit, chips, etc)
M – Z: Finger Friendly Desserts
Please label all your dishes and utensils.
Don’t forget your lawn chairs and blankets!