Manor announces February students of the monthMarch 15, 2023
Students from all four academic teams were recently recognized as students of the month for February.
Eighth grade students recognized as "Fan.School Champions"March 1, 2023
Students in Mr. Bittenbender's eighth grade social studies class participated in a 17-week current event competition. The game allowed students to budget with a fixed "income" and engage in global news utilizing a variety of sources. The top 8 students from each of Mr. Bittenbender's periods moved to playoffs in head-to-head matchups. One champion was crowned per period. Each champion was awarded a t-shirt for their dedication to understanding global news and analyzing trends. Manor's Sarah Polito was also awarded a shirt as she competed nationally against students across the country by correctly predicting the outcome of the mid-term elections. Sarah was ranked in the top 70 out of the thousands of students who participated in the challenge. Congratulations to all of Manor's champions.
Manor students prepare for upcoming performancesFebruary 16, 2023
Manor middle seventh and eighth graders are currently rehearsing for their upcoming performance of The Trial of the Wicked Witch. The group is being led by Ms. Galgon and Mrs. Aukamp. They will perform this play on the evenings of March 3 and 4 at 7pm at Manor Middle.
Manor announces January students of the monthFebruary 10, 2023
Students from all four academic teams were recently recognized as students of the month for January.
Manor students Zachary Magill (percussion), Nina McComsey (trumpet), Jaiden Lualhati (trumpet), and Evan Gregory (trumpet) represented Penn Manor at the LLMEA County Band Festival.
Manor students participate in the LLMEA County Band festivalFebruary 6, 2023
Several of our middle school band students represented Penn Manor in the LLMEA (Lancaster-Lebanon Music Educators Association) County Band festival on Saturday, February 4.
Eighth graders develop coding skills using Finch RobotsJanuary 26, 2023
Computer tech teacher, Mr. Jim Horner, has been working with 8th grade students to develop their coding skills using Finch Robots. Students had fun trying to get their robots to complete specific tasks. They worked in teams to troubleshoot issues and achieve their selected goal.
Manor recognizes the December students of the month
Students from all four academic teams were recently recognized as students of the month for December.
Manor recognizes the November students of the month
Students from all four academic teams were recently recognized as students of the month for November.
Manor recognizes the October students of the monthNovember 18, 2022
Students from all four academic teams were recently recognized as students of the month for October.
PRIDE Ambassadors lead the way in showing gratitudeNovember 18, 2022
Manor PRIDE Ambassadors took part in showing appreciation to our teachers. The teachers were provided a sweet treat via the "donut cart."
Manor students take part in Construction WarsOctober 12, 2022
Manor students had the opportunity to participate in ABC Keystone’s Construction Wars. This is an interactive career exploration event that offers hands-on activities with the help of construction professionals and provides students with an understanding of the many possible career paths offered by the construction industry. Students were able to build and take home several projects, including their own tool boxes and wood benches. They also used problem solving skills to work with electrical circuits, practiced masonry and learned about workplace safety.
Manor students visited by assistant district attorneyOctober 7, 2022
Lancaster County assistant district attorney and Penn Manor alum, Janie Swinehart, visited Manor Middle School on Friday, October 7, 2022. She presented information about the dangers of social media to our 7th and 8th graders. The information was intended to empower our students with an awareness of how their "digital footprint" and future can be impacted by irresponsible use of social media. Students were also provided insights into the implications of "dangerous" online activity.
Manor's Food Drive to support The Loft
Manor’s Peer Helper program hosted a food drive. Over 2000 items were donated to The Loft, a resource to support PM students and their families. Congratulations to the Green 7 team for donating the most food and for all students to continue to show their Manor PRIDE core values.