Students were evacuated from Manor Middle School around 11:00 a.m. Friday, February 28, after a fire alarm sounded. A minor lab accident in a science room caused smoke and the alarm to sound, prompting the evacuation. Fire rescue deemed the room and building safe. Students returned to class at 11:20 and the school day resumed as normal.
The Penn Manor School Board is looking for nominations for outstanding eeucators and employees. Please click on the link below to nominate someone. https://blogs.pennmanor.net/forms/outstanding-employee-and-educator-awards/
Thank you to all the students, families, and community members who donated toys and other gifts so the Manor Peer Helpers could host a holiday party for over 25 elementary children in the Penn Manor community. We were joined this year by many former Peer Helper students and other high school students to help with the event. This is an annual event where the Millersville Women’s Club along with our Peer Helpers transform the library into a holiday shop so children can pick gifts for family members. The students were also treated to lunch and created a craft and were visited by a special guest who brought gifts for each child. Items not used during the event are donated to local charities thanks to the efforts of our school social workers. See the pictures below.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Every year Penn Manor School District assists families in need with Thanksgiving and Christmas meals. We would like to make this process more uniform across the district. We will be collecting the food listed below between October 29th and November 9th. If you have a child in one of these grades, please consider donating.
Kindergarten-boxed mashed potatoes
1st grade-boxed stuffing
2nd grade-canned corn
3rd grade-canned green beans
4th grade-canned sweet potatoes
5th grade-canned cranberry sauce
6th grade-canned gravy (NO GLASS)
7th grade-applesauce (NO GLASS) 8th grade-Cornbread or Muffin Mix (WATER BASED)
If your family is able and willing to provide more than is listed above and would like to make a monetary donation, please send the amount you choose by check to your child’s school secretary by November 9th. Make your check payable to Penn Manor Family Fund and on the memo line write “Holiday Food Basket”.
During Red Ribbon Week, peer helpers will be putting on a small program during lunches for students to learn more about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Students are encouraged to show their support of being drug free by participating in the special days.
10/22 Monday- Turn Your Back on Drugs- Wear your shirt backward
10/23 Tuesday- Sock it to Drugs- Wear Crazy Socks
10/24 Wednesday- Hats off to Being Drug Free- Wear a hat or cap
10/25 Thursday- Drugs are Old School- Dress from a Different Era (Throwback Thursday)
10/26 Friday- Support Red Ribbon Week- Wear red or Pink (this is also the district pink out day in honor of cancer awareness)