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Happy Friday! First of all, we would like to THANK YOU for coming to your child’s conference and taking the time to meet with us. Communication is key, and we are in this educational journey together! We appreciate your continual … Continue reading
Good Morning! It’s hard to believe that November is almost here! We hope you enjoyed the weekend with your family. Here are the reminders for this week: Our Harvest Party is this Thursday, October 31, from 2pm-3pm. There is NO … Continue reading
One day during each week, the students will have the opportunity to read with a flashlight during Daily Read. We are asking that each student bring in a flashlight or lighted object to use during this time. If you have … Continue reading
We hope you enjoyed the long weekend with your family! This weather has been so beautiful! As the leaves begin to change and the temperature gets cooler, our students have settled into fourth grade and are doing a SUPER job! … Continue reading
Please make sure your child has the following items signed and returned on Monday: Chapter 2 Math Test, Power Log, and Weekly Work Envelope. Conference forms were sent home today. Please review, complete, and return to school as soon as … Continue reading
Any student who took the PSSA tests in the Penn Manor district last year will be coming home today with the results in a sealed envelope.
Fourth grade is off and soaring! As always–THANK YOU for your continued support! This past weekend was the first for parents to sign the “Power Log”. The “Power Log” is the monthly calendar located in your child’s planner. Please remember … Continue reading
Hi Parents!As you know, the fourth graders each have a Chromebook this year to use in the classroom. We are asking that each student bring in a pair of earbuds to keep here at school. There will be many times … Continue reading
Today the fourth graders practiced the steps to the scientific process by answering the following question, ” How Many Licks Does it Take to Get to the Center of a Tootsie Pop?”
If you are able to help out in our classrooms, could you please return the volunteer calendar that was distributed at Meet the Teacher as soon as possible. Thank you so much!!