April 7: Important Update! Please read!
Good afternoon Szentesy Squad! I miss you all so much. I don’t like learning/teaching at home. I am so tired of my laptop!!! But this is our “new normal” so we must just continue to do our best with the resources we have. I loved hearing from so many of your the past 2 weeks. You can still complete any of the posted assignments and turn them in to me as soon as you are complete. You do not need to wait until they are all finished, send them as you go!
Please reach out with any questions at all!
Please see below for a message from the district office.
Penn Manor School District has introduced a comprehensive Continuity of Education plan, which is available for viewing here on the district’s remote learning website.
The plan explains in detail how teachers will provide learning activities for all students to access by grade level or subject area. The current level of activities will continue through April 9, and the school district will begin transitioning to more robust learning activities the week of April 13.
Beginning April 20, all teachers will move from reinforcement and review of material previously taught to the introduction of new material.
Teachers will keep track of student participation and reach out to encourage all students to participate. Learning activities will not be graded, but student participation is expected.
Given the current unprecedented circumstances, Penn Manor has tried to be intentional about transitioning to online learning and its impact on our students, families, and staff. We want to be mindful of the stressors brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the increased demands on parents working from home.
Throughout this process, we will continue to evaluate our Continuity of Education plan and make adjustments, as needed.
Thank you for your support in these challenging times, and please stay safe!
– Penn Manor School District