The MU Study Buddy program is being carried over through the summer. The program is FREE. The link in the post makes it easy for parents to sign-up online. All sessions are done remotely.
This is an excerpt from the link: Millersville University buddies are happy to help with specific areas of educational need. For example: multiplication tables, spelling words, reading/writing, even telling time, are skills we can continue to work on throughout the summer. In lieu of the academic piece during the school year, are there any additional subjects, hobbies, and/or extracurriculars that you would like the buddies to (remotely) meet about? For example: maybe a specific sport, type of art, music, video games, etc. https://centralmanor.pennmanor.net/mu-pm-study-buddy-program-rolls-over-into-summer/
The 6th grade teachers will be holding a level-up meeting today at 1:30 to introduce themselves. They are excited to be working with you next year and hope you can attend. The link for the meeting is http://meet.google.com/svz-iyze-jxd
Report cards will be mailed out from the office by the end of this week. Report cards will also be uploaded to Sapphire by June 3rd. The name of your 6th grade teacher for next year will be on your report card.
Your teachers for 6th grade would love a chance to introduce themselves to you! They have set up a time to meet next Wednesday, May 27th at 1:30. You may join this optional meet at the following link: meet.google.com/svz-iyze-jxd
This has been a challenging end to our school year, but students and parents alike, have risen to the occasion and worked hard and supported one another to stay strong and do their best in this unique situation. To celebrate your hard work and the end of this memorable school year, teachers are planning to create a video by grade level of students showing whatever they would like to share with others. Your child could share a video or picture of themselves with a pet, an art or science project, something they are proud of or that is important to them, or something they want to be remembered for. Students will be able to see their classmates and friends across the entire grade level that they may not have seen since March. Please email photos or videos to Mrs. O’Donnell at Emily.email@example.com by Friday, May 15. Thank you for your support, and please email me with questions you or your child may have about this project.
The health and safety of all Penn Manor students, families, and staff is the number one priority for the Penn Manor School District during this impact of Covid-19. Due to this unwavering commitment, we are informing all elementary families that your child’s teacher will be taking inventory of items in your child’s locker and desk. These items will be secured and stored in your child’s school until school resumes in the Fall of 2020. Upon return to our physical buildings, your child will receive his/her property to begin the 2020-2021 school year. If there is an essential item that your child needs prior to the start of the 2020-2021 school year, please contact Mr. Malek at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Penn Manor tech department has created a fantastic site to help you and your student with questions you may have during remote learning about Google Classroom. Topics include how to complete an assignment in Google Classroom, how to add an image in Classroom, and how you can hold a Google Meet on your phone or tablet.
Report cards for third marking period were available online April 3rd through the Parent Sapphire Portal. If you have not set up an account or have forgotten your password, please follow the directions at the following link to do so. Thank you.
Follow the directions and watch for an email from the Sapphire Administrator to confirm and log in.
**If you have an account, but have forgotten your password, please call 717-872-1401 extension 3200 or press 0 to leave a message for Megan Smith, our CM secretary. She will return your call as soon as possible to assist you.