We will not be offering the Weekend SAT next year here at Penn Manor, but you can take it at various local schools. If you are interested in taking the Weekend SAT in August or September the dates and deadlines are below. Penn Manor will be offering a School Day SAT in October as well as March and April. Information about how to sign up and submit payment for these exams will come out when we return to school in the fall.
Upcoming 2023 Weekend SAT Dates
August 26, 2023 October 7, 2023 November 4, 2023 December 2, 2023
Special Attention 8th and 9th grade students and parents:
Millersville University and Penn Manor School District are excited to announce a new opportunity for high school students. Starting this fall, high school juniors who meet eligibility requirements can join the Early Enrollment Pathway program. This initiative allows students to take college courses on Millersville University’s campus each semester of their junior and senior year. They will learn about college life, interact closely with faculty and industry experts, and be mentored by Millersville college students. Students will receive 12 college credits, and upon successful completion of these courses will be admitted to Millersville University. This program is free for all accepted students. Coordinated by Millersville University’s Lombardo College of Business, this pathway program will help to prepare students for careers across diverse fields, including accounting, entertainment technology, entrepreneurship, finance, marketing, occupational safety and environmental health, information technology, sport management, and many more. Early Enrollment and Dual Enrollment are designed to complement what is offered at the high school. Penn Manor has set the requirement that students must have completed business-related courses at Penn Manor prior to enrolling. See the attached flyer and interest form for details of the classes. Students interested in the program in the future will need to plan courses appropriately to be eligible. Attend this information session to learn more.
If you are interested in learning more about free college classes, please attend the virtual information session at 7:00pm-7:30pm on Tuesday, May 30th. RSVP here to get the google meet link: https://bit.ly/RSVPEarlyMU
Students of the class of 2025 (current 10th graders) who have met the eligibility requirements were already contacted via email and invited to attend an informational meeting. Their parents were contacted via email. Any remaining spots in the program will be opened up to the class of 2024 (current 11th graders) who meet the eligibility criteria. Students who met the eligibility criteria in both grades were contacted via email last week.
The information session will be recorded, please register above to get the link to the recording.
Summertime is approaching and many caregivers are registering their children for summer camps and special summer programs. This will likely introduce your child to new friends, new adults, and new places. About 80-90 percent of sexual abuse is committed by someone the child and parent know and trust. It’s important to ensure the camp, program, church, or organization has the proper policies and practices in place to keep your child safe. The good news is that there are ways we can do this. Join Safe Communities for a free virtual workshop to learn the specific questions every parent or caregiver must ask regarding policies, procedures, and training before enrolling their child in a summer program and what the answers should be. Learn why background checks and training on mandated reporting, while important, do little to prevent abuse. As the caretaker of a child, you have the right to know what procedures are used by any place that you entrust your kids to, and it’s about making sure you are asking all the right questions.The workshop will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, May 30th from 6:30PM-7:45PM. A recording link will be sent to those registered after the workshop for those who cannot attend live. Facilitator: Mark Harris, Assistant Director **This Free workshop was generously sponsored by the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office** Registration Required.
Millersville University will be hosting the Future Educator Academy IV for rising juniors in high school July 23-29, 2023. The Academy is part of the Future Educator Pathway which is a Grow-Your-Own program to recruit and retain more students of color into the field of education. Students interested in teaching, school administration, school counseling, school psychology, social work, etc., are invited to participate in this interactive college residential experience specifically focused on careers in education. However, there is a limit of 50 participants this year so please have your students register as soon as possible.
The Rise Above: Eliminating Stigma in Youth Mental Wellness youth summit is a collaboration between the Touchstone Foundation and The Hood Hippie Love Yourself.
The goal for this summit is to help high school students gain new skills and connect them to resources for mental health in Lancaster County. Over the course of 4 weeks students will be introduced to new topics and themes and hear from professionals and local creatives. Students will be able to learn from each other and their Safe Space Coordinators (facilitators of the workshops).
This summer the Touchstone Foundation is partnering with YWCA Lancaster, to provide students with a 4-week summer intensive. Our program will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays (8 sessions) throughout the month of July into the first week of August.
Tuesdays, 10am-3pm: July 11th, July 18th, July 25th and August 1st
Thursday, 10am-3pm: July 13th, July 20th, July 27th and August 3rd
This is a paid opportunity for students to learn, engage and grow. To receive the monetary award, participants must attend all 4 weeks of the intensive with the allotment of one excused absence. Students will be asked to provide detailed feedback on the program and fill out an informational survey from Pennsylvania Care Partnership.
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences is offering a Medical Terminology class for 2023 graduates, current 11th graders, and current 10th graders. They have extended the deadline. This is an enrichment opportunity, it does not count for high school credit, as it is in the summer. The class comes with support for study skills, time management, and handling school stress! See the below flyer.
One of Safe Communities’ most popular and well-received workshops is our Child Sexual Abuse Prevention 101. In June and July, we will present a two-part free workshop into two, one-hour presentations with time for questions. Join this 2-part workshop series to explore topics such as grooming, hugs, secrets, teaching your kids how to keep themselves safe, how to talk to your kids about private parts, play dates, sleepovers, and signs & symptoms of child sexual abuse. So many parents are looking for answers. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the news, social media, and family/work life balance. It’s hard to know how to have important but difficult conversations with your kids. These conversations could change your child’s life. After these workshops you will have confidence, tools, and the ability to thrive in those important conversations with your kids. These workshops will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, June 30th (Part One) from 6:30PM-7:45PM and on Tuesday, July 25th (Part Two) at 6:30PM-7:45PM. Only one registration is needed to be confirmed for both workshops. A limited time recording link will be sent to those registered after the workshop for those who cannot attend live. Facilitator: Mark Harris, Assistant Director **This Free workshop was generously sponsored by the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office**
High school students can become future ready with career exploration, industry certifications and possible college credits 1 night a week this summer. Check out this flyer for more information. Contact Career Link for registration information at email@example.com
The ACT will be hosted June 10th at McCaskey High School and Penn Manor High School. The deadline to register for this college entrance exam is May 5th. https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/registration.html