August Open House (for incoming 7th grade students)

We are pleased to announce the following dates for Manor Middle School’s Open House:

Tuesday, August 17th: 9 AM – 11 AM & 1 PM – 2 PM

Wednesday, August 18th: 12 PM – 3 PM

Thursday, August 19th : 12 PM – 2 PM & 6 PM – 7 PM.

Manor MS students participate in Construction Wars

Nine Manor middle schoolers got some hands-on experience while learning about construction trades during “Construction Wars,” held May 26th at the ABC Keystone Construction Center in Manheim.

In the morning, students donned hard hats, safety goggles, and gloves while learning how to use a variety of tools, make a stepstool, wire an electrical circuit, repair a plumbing fixture, mortaring a brick wall, and make a toolbox. Their “tutors” were construction professionals.

Students also learned about jobs in the trades and the career and technical education programs available to them from a representative of Lancaster County Career & Technical Center.

“Construction Wars” exposed students to high-paying, in-demand jobs that don’t require a four-year college degree, said Danielle Rogers, the school counselor at Manor Middle School. “An education and training program in construction trades may be the right fit for them,” she said.

Participants from Manor Middle School included Harper Crowl, Noah Cruz, James Helm, Bethany Kramer, Madalyn Kreider, Cole Miller, Trinity Mowery, Colin Sweet, and Madison Wagner.

PMEF 2020-2021 Year in Review

Social Work Month

Thank you to our wonderful and compassionate school social workers. Mrs. Joy Meley and Mrs. Keila Torres, we appreciate you 365 days a year!!!!

Happy Birthday, Mr. Krow!

World Cultures Projects

Students in the World Cultures class created an “I am from” poster. Each poster containes two “I am from” poems and a face drawing in the center of the poster. One poem was about himself/herself and the other poem was about Lancaster County. The students then placed their poems on a poster with an abstract or actual face in the center. One side represented himself/herself and the other side represented Lancaster County.

All future snow days will be virtual instructional days

Due to the cancelation of school on December 17 and February 1 and 2, all scheduled weather make-up days for the 2020-2021 school year have been exhausted.  

As a result, any additional weather-related school closures will be virtual instructional days (also known as “cyber snow days”) which have been approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

Teachers will post assignments to their Google Classroom, Moodle or SeeSaw pages for students to access on these days. Students will receive thorough instructions and a description of expectations for what they are to complete during the virtual snow day. 

Secondary teachers will post assignments by 8 a.m., and elementary teachers will post assignments by 9:30 a.m.

Students are expected to submit completed assignments by midnight of the virtual snow day.  Student attendance will be based on the submission of assignments. 

Teachers will schedule two office hours during which they will be available to students for questions and/or instruction — one hour in the morning and one hour in the afternoon within the school day.

As a result of the school closures so far this winter, the previous snow make-up days of March 19, April 1 and April 5 are now regular instructional days.