March 4, 2015
As part of the desire to make continued improvements to Penn Manor School District, the following questions have been developed in order for you to provide input for school district officials. If you have children in multiple buildings, we encourage you to complete a survey for each school. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey!
Please take a few minutes and provide your feedback. Note that this survey link is for ALL district parents with children currently in any one of the 10 Penn Manor Schools.
Here is the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/65GQ8HY
March 4, 2015
Picture Day is Tuesday March 10th at Manor Middle School.
Your student will be bringing a flyer home from the school. Select your favorite background on the flyer and return the flyer with your student on Picture Day.
Make Picture Day easy with these tips from Lifetouch School Portraits:
- Choose clothing with solid colors or simple patterns.
- Avoid clothing with slogans and logos.
- Long-sleeved shirts are best.
February 17, 2015
School will now be in session on Monday, March 23, 2015 due to today’s school cancellation.
February 3, 2015
Penn Manor School District is asking members of the community to participate in an online survey regarding the performance of superintendent Dr. Mike Leichliter.
The survey will provide valuable feedback for Penn Manor school board members and the superintendent and give members of the public an opportunity to share their impressions of Penn Manor School District.
The Survey Monkey tool is easy to use and includes an open-response area that enables participants to communicate directly with all nine school board members and the superintendent. Responses are anonymous.
The survey will close on Wednesday, February 18. Please participate by clicking here.
January 13, 2015
The school district is seeking nominations for the Outstanding Educator and Outstanding Employee Awards to be presented later this year to two teachers and two staff members. Nominations are being sought until Feb. 27, 2015, from parents/guardians, students and colleagues of Penn Manor staff members.
Please click on the link below for more information.
December 19, 2014
This is your last weekend to save $3.00 on our school yearbook. Go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to order a yearbook today!
December 15, 2014
December is a busy season for everyone with holiday concerts, shopping, and other festivities. In the school superintendent world it is also time (believe it or not) to work on the proposed school calendar for next year. In looking at the calendar for 2015-2016, I quickly realized that Labor Day next year is as late as it can be which is September 7th. This means that if we followed the same pattern as this year, we would have been starting school on August 31st (we started on August 25th this year). One other factor for consideration is that we need to coordinate our end date with our Hempfield neighbors since we share the use of the arena at F&M for high school graduation.
Click here for draft calendar: Penn Manor Draft Calendar 12.11.14
You will see from the draft calendar that I am proposing a start date that is a little different than in past years. We will still observe the traditional pattern of mandatory faculty inservice days in the three week period prior to Labor Day. However, I have the start of school scheduled on August 26th (one day later than this year) and in the same week as our districtwide opening faculty inservice day. Half of the school districts in Lancaster County are also proposing (or have already adopted) a start date during this same week.
I plan to present the draft for board consideration at either the second meeting in January or the first meeting in February. As has been my practice in previous years, I would appreciate your feedback and have developed a simple survey for faculty, staff, parents, and community members to share comments with me at the following site:https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/15-16PMcalendar
Thanks for your help!
Dr. Mike Leichliter
December 5, 2014
The recent notification by the Pennsylvania Department of Education listing Manor Middle School as a“High Achievement School” comes as no surprise to many of us. This designation certainly confirms what we know to be VERY TRUE…Manor Middle School is blessed with outstanding students, supportive families, and a staff devoted to finding creative solutions that promote high academic achievement. You are appreciated and respected for your contributions to this effort!