The LeTort Elementary Chorus is back! Chorus is an elective singing ensemble for grades 5-6. We meet as a group BEFORE school at 8:00am, every Day D. You must ensure your own transportation to school for Chorus rehearsal. Our first rehearsal will be Monday January 24th at 8:00 AM. Please fill out this form to show your interest in joining Chorus!
6th grade students will have the opportunity to be involved in a 6th Grade Penn Manor District Track and Field Event scheduled for May 20, 2022 (rain date May 27th) to be held at Penn Manor High School and Millersville University. Students will leave their home building at 9:00 a.m. and they will be transported to the high school grounds near the high school track. They will be picked up from the high school at 1:40 p.m. to be transported back to their home school by 2:45 p.m. Before returning to school, students will be treated by our PTO to Tropical Smoothie at Comet Field after the event.
To be able to participate in this event, a permission form will need to be completed. The permission form is a google form that has been posted as an assignment on the Sixth Grade 2021-2022 google classroom. Parents/guardians need to complete this form by January 26. Your child can help you access the form.
If you have any questions, please contact your child’s teacher.
This month’s PTO meeting will be held in the LeTort Library, this Thursday, the 13th, at 6:30 pm. Child care will be provided by our beloved Mr. Rohm in the all-purpose room.
Come see your friends, hear what is going on at LeTort, learn what your students are learning about and share your thoughts with the school community! We have lots of great events coming up that we want you to be a part of! See you in the library on Thursday!
TAKE OUT TUESDAY IS HERE AGAIN!
What a great week for Take Out Tuesday! As we all wrestle with getting back into a routine, use tomorrow night to take a break from cooking AND support LeTort!
This month’s Take Out Tuesday is January 4th at Tropical Smoothie on Comet Drive.
It runs from 4:00pm to 7:30pm and all purchases must be made in store (but can be taken out/to go).
There will be a bin at the register for your receipt and a portion of sales from all the receipts go back to LeTort. Receipts must go in the bin for credit.
341 Comet Dr,
Millersville, PA 17551
As we enter the winter season, we want to remind parents/guardians of the procedures Penn Manor will follow in announcing changes to our school schedule.
School closings and delays will be posted on the district website and Twitter feed and reported on LNP and local radio and television stations before 6 a.m., whenever possible. You can also call the inclement weather hotline at (717) 872-9500, ext. 2333, to check on the status of Penn Manor schools.
When inclement weather conditions develop during the day, resulting in an early closing, parents will be notified via automated phone call. Phone calls will NOT be made for closings/delays announced before the school day begins.
During an early dismissal for inclement weather, high school and middle school students will generally be dismissed first, followed by elementary students.
During two-hour delays with modified kindergarten, all school-related functions, including transportation, will begin two hours later than normal.
Modified kindergarten schedule: AM Kindergarten will start at 11 a.m. and run until 12:45 p.m. PM Kindergarten will run from 1:45 p.m. until the regular dismissal time.
Penn Manor plans to use built-in snow days prior to using flexible instructional days (also known as “cyber snow days”) when school buildings are closed due to inclement weather. On flexible instructional days, students will receive instruction remotely.
Penn Manor uses the Sapphire phone and text communications service for rapid notifications. The system uses contact information from the Sapphire student information system. To assure you are contacted, please make sure your email address and phone information are updated in your Sapphire Community Portal account. For instructions, please see this guide.
We just want to take a moment to wish everyone peace, joy, and happiness over the holiday season! Enjoy spending time with loved ones. We will see everyone in 2022.
Below are some of the snowmen creations from our craft time today. (Photo credits go to Natalie. Thanks for sharing.)
There are many coats, jackets, etc. in the Lost and Found. These items might be needed at home during the vacation break. Parents are welcome to come into the school to check if a coat or jacket that has been missing at home is in the Lost and Found.
Any items that have not been claimed by January 14, 2022 will be donated to a local charity.
By now, the Spring 2021 PSSA Assessment Results have been uploaded to each student’s individual Sapphire account. You should be able to access your child’s report through the parent portal; if you have difficulty, please contact the principal for assistance. Here is an accompanying letter from PA Secretary of Education, Noe Ortega.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education provides schools with reports on individual student performance by Reporting Category and Assessment Anchor. Assessment Anchors represent categories of subject matter (skills and concepts) that anchor the content of the PSSA. For the ELA PSSA, there are four Assessment Anchors that are the same across Grades 3-8: Key Ideas & Details, Craft & Structure, Vocabulary, and Language. Grades 4-8 have one additional Assessment Anchor: Text Dependent Analysis.
For the Math PSSA, the Assessment Anchors differ by grade-band. For Grades 3-5, the Assessment Anchors are: Numbers & Operations in Base Ten, Fractions, Operations & Algebraic Thinking, Geometry, and Measurement & Data. For Grades 6-7, the Assessment Anchors are: The Number System, Ratios & Proportional Relationships, Expressions & Equations, Geometry, and Statistics and Probability. For 8th grade, the Assessment Anchors are: The Number System, Functions, Expressions & Equations, Geometry, and Statistics and Probability.
For the Science PSSA, the Assessment Anchors are the same for both 4th grade and 8th grade. There are several Assessment Anchors, which can be grouped more neatly into the following Reporting Categories: The Nature of Science, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Earth & Space Sciences.
Students receive a raw score, a scale score and a performance level rating (Below Basic, Basic, Proficient, or Advanced) that is associated with a specific scale score range. The scale score associated with each performance tier differs by grade-level and subject area. For a deeper breakdown, you can consult the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Performance Level Descriptors and Cut Scores.
Thursday, December 23rd, is a Holiday Spirit Day.
Students and staff may wear holiday clothes and holiday hats!
Participation is optional.
Midterm progress reports were sent home on Monday, Dec. 13. Please review your child’s grades on Sapphire as well as their social and work habits on the bottom of the report. Let us know if you have any questions by checking the appropriate line at the top of the report.
Progress reports need to be signed and returned by Monday, Dec. 20.