Pedro Rivera

September 23, 2016

PA Sec. of Ed., Pedro Rivera, visited Manor Middle School today. ūüôāpedro-visit-9-23-16-14

PINK OUT DAY Order Forms

September 23, 2016

On behalf of the fall sports programs and the PM Pink Committee, we would like to thank you for your annual support.  Last year, the PMSD sports programs and schools raised over $10,000 that was donated to various cancer care and research centers both locally and nationally.  Students are encouraged to wear pink on October 28, 2016.  If you would like to order a shirt please click on the link below for the document.  Order forms can be brought to the office by September 28th.



September 6, 2016

Picture day at Manor Middle School is September 27th.  You can order pictures online at using the Picture Day ID:  LT316557Q0 or students can bring in the picture day form the day of pictures.

Below is the picture day form that students will receive the week before picture day.

Picture Day Form

Classroom support people are needed for October 20th

September 1, 2016

Classroom support people are needed on Thursday, October 20th to participate in our Junior Achievement YES! program.  This program is taking place of Career Day this year.

Please see the flyer for additional information.

Suggested Supply List

August 9, 2016


General Supplies:

a large pencil pouch

box of pencils

thin colored markers and/or colored pencils

pens (blue or black)


a highlighter

glue stick(s)

1+ pack of 3-holed punched notebook paper (100 sheets or more)

at least SIX 3-hole punched pocket folders (one for each class)

2 ‚Äď 2‚ÄĚ binders

scientific calculator with fraction capabilities (recommended calculator:  TI-30X IIS)

3‚ÄĚ binder or a zipper binder to hold all above materials.

A READING BOOK AT ALL TIMES! This will be needed every day for pleasure reading. A paperback from the library is a good choice. No magazines or catalogs, please.

*Donations are accepted throughout the school year and can be given to your homeroom teacher.

Title I Parent Survey

August 4, 2016

Our school receives Title I federal funds and as a requirement for this funding, we need to solicit parent feedback.  Title I funds provide programs and supports for students who are struggling in reading and math.  This extra help is in addition to what students are learning during math and reading instruction in the classroom.  This short 4-question survey will provide us feedback on ways that teachers and staff can better serve our student’s academic needs.  Thank you for your feedback and time!

Congratulations – President’s Education Award Winners

June 13, 2016

On behalf on the entire Manor Middle School community, please join me in recognizing and honoring this year’s President’s Education Award recipients. ¬†By earning this honor, these fantastic students have shown deep personal commitment to educational excellence and are to be commended for their hard work.

Educational Excellence Award (Gold)

Alaina Breitbach

Ryan Buckwalder

Lucas Charles

Ryan Dang

Ashley Harlan

Jolie Haertter

Bassam Hattar

Madison Henry

Dylan Jacyszyn

Daniel Mader

Catherine McMahan

Kaden Peart

Ally Rittenhouse

Ashley Seiger

Kailey Stoner

Educational Achievement Award (Silver)

Kyle Ament

Jiel Echavarria

Justine Fry

Timothy Hermansen

Victoria Leon

Nichole Rudy

Briana Shyver



Dr. Dana James Edwards


June 7, 2016

MS TSA state awards 6-7-16 (19)The 7th grade team of Kaylee Jackson and Isabella Price-Duble competed in the regional Technology Student Association (TSA) competition on February 6, 2016 where they earned a first place win in the problem solving event. This qualified them to compete at Seven Springs in April at the state competition. And again, they won a first place in the problem solving event. This qualifies them to compete at the national level. They will represent Manor Middle School in Nashville, TN June 28-July 2nd.
Additionally, the Penn Manor School Board recognized their accomplishments at the June 6th School Board Meeting and they were presented with a certificate from the board members.

Best of luck at Nationals!!

2016 Summer of STEM Camps

May 25, 2016

STEM…Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

Spend the summer of 2016 with your friends at these Summer of STEM camps.  These exciting, interactive camps help prepare young people for the 21st century workplace where the ability to apply science, technology, engineering and math skills creatively is essential.  Scholarships are available, based on eligibility.   For scholarship information, contact Hope Schmids at (717) 509-5613 x 233 or .

Scholarship Application for Summer of STEM camps (except for LCCTC): Click here for English; click here for Spanish.


May 20, 2016

Bringing the Library to YOU!

Book MobileIn conjunction with our summer reading program and the Lancaster Public Library,

plan to spend some summer time hours enjoying good books.


The Bookmobile will be at the following locations from 6/13 to 8/19.

Manor Heights Community Center:  Second and Fourth Tuesday, 4:00 p.m. Р5:00 p.m.

Eshleman Elementary: First and Third Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

West Willow UMC:  First and Third Thursday, 10:30 a.m. Рnoon

Martic Elementary:  Second Monday, 9:30 a.m. Р10:30 a.m.

Pequea Church:  Second and Fourth Tuesday, 1:00 p.m. Р2:00 p.m.

Mt. Nebo UMC:  Second Monday, 11:00 a.m. Рnoon