Planet Penn Manor

June 18 2021

Penn Manor School District

June 16 2021

Penn Manor Theatre

Work begins – updated info!

Thanks to our helpers who came out today to help! We feel good about the progress we made – but there is still more to be done, of course.Our work has been to designate items as “Keep (a few things) – Sell – Toss ” (more for those categories) – and pulling out items that are specific to any one show, ie. Banners made for 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. We will try to find new homes for these “show-specific” items with other directors.

Thursday’s time slots are still empty of volunteers – so if nobody signs up by 9:00 am, we will cancel the session. (Mrs. M and Mrs. S won’t do the work alone – we need helpers!)

If you sign up and plans change, you can remove yourself from the list as well.We’ll use that list as a record of who helps to track Thespian hours too!

Next week may have a few sessions – but will be more limited, because we’ll be attending the virtual Thespian Festival and will want to attend workshops, etc. But please keep an eye on the SignUpGenius page (bookmark it) to see the new sessions that we’ll add as time goes on.

Thanks for your help and support of our program!


June 15 2021

Penn Manor Theatre

Summer Helpers Needed

Please review the available slots at the SignUp Genius site linked below and click on the button to sign up.   Students, parents, alumni, and friends are all welcome to help!

Outdoor work will take place at Manorfield Farm (the Shellenberger’s property) to organize the items in storage. Address:  1411 Prospect Rd, Columbia. 

Indoor work will take place eventually at PMHS to unpack items like props, script/score library, and supplies for club and publicity projects. (We will not work on organizing tools and tech equipment in the scene shop just yet.)  We will update this site as we add more dates throughout the summer – please bookmark this page and check back from time to time.

Please RSVP for any sessions when you are able to join us – this will help us know what projects to plan, based on available help- and also in case of weather cancellations.  Come when you can, leave when you must – most sessions will be 2 hours in length (weather permitting) – but even if you can only stay for one hour, that’s okay!    Likewise – you are welcome to pack a lunch (or we can order pizza?) and stay for both sessions on any given day. 

Please bring a refillable water bottle to stay hydrated!

Questions?  Email or

Updates will also be posted on social media.   Facebook: Penn Manor Theatre  Instagram: @pmtheatre


June 11 2021

Ms. Kyper's Kindergarten Class

A final note

Our classroom is packed up, the furniture is almost all out of the room and the building is being cleaned for a new year. This year was a challenge for all of us in so many ways, but one thing that kept me going was seeing your child every day. The smiles lite up the room and they taught me more than I taught them. Two things I learned more about were patience and persistance and they often went together. I will miss working with each child and working with you. Please let me know if there is anything else I can do. Be sure to visit next year when we come back.

I hope you all enjoy your summer and are able to rest and relax.

Here are a few pictures of Beach Day. Miss. Rivera and I enjoyed all the smiles.

Maggie (

Mrs. Kyper

June 10 2021

Jr. High Cross Country

Jr. High Voluntary Summer practices

Hello Penn Manor Jr. High Cross Country families,

I have updated the link at the top of the page regarding 2021 summer practices. We will begin Monday, July 5th. My goal is to have two practices a week and they will typically be on Mondays and Wednesdays (6-7:30 pm). I will need to alternate some days that coincide with family vacations and also intend to add Friday morning workouts (8-9:30 am) later in the summer.

For those families with athletes on the Jr. High and Varsity teams, we will wait to begin practice until everyone arrives as I know some nights we are at different locations.

All athletes will need to bring their own water to practice and we will meet in the grass next to the parking lot behind Manor Middle School.

If you have any questions, please email me at

Thank you and GO COMETS!!!


June 9 2021

Penn Manor School District

Conestoga hosts cereal box domino event to benefit local food banks

Conestoga Elementary School ended the year with an outdoor activity that gave the entire school something to celebrate, while helping the community.

On June 1, Conestoga held a Cereal Box Domino Challenge as students lined up 372 boxes of cereal throughout the playground area. On cue, teacher Lori Graham tipped over the first box, and the whole school watched and cheered as the cereal box “train” snaked along, knocking over one box after another.

The unopened boxes of cereal, which were donated by the school community, were then gathered up and given to the Loft Community Partnership and Conestoga Food Bank.

Beth Corl, a reading specialist at the school, got the idea for the cereal box challenge after seeing a video post about a similar event at a school in Michigan.

“The kids missed a lot of the ‘fun’ things we usually do towards the end of the school year because of the pandemic, including track and field day and field trips, and I thought this would be something for them to look forward to but also work towards,” she said.

“We looked at it as an exercise in kindness and helping people in our community.”

Conestoga students, staff and family members donated the cereal throughout the month of May. Corl posted a running total of the number of boxes collected in the school lobby to inspire the students, and she enlisted 15 fifth-graders to help set up the event and make sure it ran smoothly.

They kept watch to make sure the boxes didn’t blow over and stepped in to assist when the domino train hit a snag. You can watch the event here.

Many thanks to the Conestoga community for your creative show of kindness!

  • Cereal box dominoes event at Conestoga Elementary

Brian Wallace

June 8 2021

Jr. High Cross Country

Fundraising Meeting

Hello Penn Manor Jr. High Cross Country families,

Please see the letter below regarding our upcoming fundraising meeting. Even though Jr. High practices will begin in July (finalized dates coming soon!), any interested parents are encouraged to attend the meeting on June 21st. Thank you!

My name is Mara Braegelmann. This season I will have three cross country runners, Isaac 11th, Ethan 9th, and Raegan 7th.  I am happy to lead the fundraising efforts.  I am hoping to keep the fundraising simple. The goal is to raise money for two different causes. 

The first is what we will call general seasonal expenses. This covers everything the coaches need to provide a great experience for the kids including our post season banquet. The goal for this is $1500. A few have asked and yes we will gladly take donations!  Every dollar counts! 

The secondary fundraiser will be for new warmups! We would like to order 40-50 sets so that every member of the team, 7th to 12th graders, would have one (returned and reissued each season). This may be a two year goal as we are looking at Grants as well. This runs approximately $75 a warm up. 

If you are interested in joining the fundraising planning team please meet me at Millersville Borough Park on Monday, June 21st at 6pm. This coincides with the first Varsity summer practice.  

Please let me know to expect you. 

Mara Braegelmann 920-574-1547


Penn Manor Cross Country

Fundraising Meeting

Hello Cross Country Families, 

My name is Mara Braegelmann. This season I will have three cross country runners, Isaac 11th, Ethan 9th, and Raegan 7th.  I am happy to lead the fundraising efforts.  I am hoping to keep the fundraising simple. The goal is to raise money for two different causes. 

The first is what we will call general seasonal expenses. This covers everything the coaches need to provide a great experience for the kids including our post season banquet. The goal for this is $1500. A few have asked and yes we will gladly take donations!  Every dollar counts! 

The secondary fundraiser will be for new warmups! We would like to order 40-50 sets so that every member of the team, 7th to 12th graders, would have one (returned and reissued each season). This may be a two year goal as we are looking at Grants as well. This runs approximately $75 a warm up. 

If you are interested in joining the fundraising planning team please meet me at Millersville Borough Park on Monday, June 21st at 6pm. This coincides with the first Varsity summer practice.  

Please let me know to expect you. 

Mara Braegelmann 920-574-1547


Penn Manor School District

Central Manor bus driver honored for 41 years behind the wheel

Central Manor Elementary School recently honored its longtime bus driver, Ella Sensenig, who retired after 41 years behind the wheel.

There were plenty of hugs and tears when Ella completed her final run on June 4. Two days earlier, the school presented her with a banner made by students that read “We Will Miss You Ella!”

Sensenig also received flowers and a giant cookie from principal Brian Malek, along with a charm bracelet featuring a school bus, a heart and a charm that read “No one can ever fill your shoes” In addition, her fellow drivers gave her plenty of hugs and flowers as a sendoff.

Sensenig started driving in 1980, first for Manor Middle School and then transporting students to sports events and Lancaster Career & Technology Center campuses, before starting her Central Manor bus runs more than 20 years ago.

Over the years, she transported two generations of some families to and from Central Manor, but she never drove her own children, who grew up in Millersville.

Ella, who is 85, loved her job.

“I’d get up at 5 every morning, and even if I felt tired, once I got in that bus, I was happy,” she said. “I’d keep driving if I wasn’t so old!”

In retirement, Sensenig plans to work in her vegetable garden at her Millersville home and spend time with her family, including two children, five grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

Congratulations, Ella, and thank you for your many years of service to Penn Manor families!

  • Ella Sensenig and her bus riders
    Ella poses with her bus riders at Central Manor

Brian Wallace

June 7 2021

Penn Manor School District

Members of the Class of 2021 earn diplomas in outdoor ceremony

Members of the Penn Manor Class of 2021 received their diplomas Friday, June 4, before family and friends during an outdoor ceremony at Millersville University’s Biemesderfer Stadium.

It was a beautiful night for Penn Manor’s first outdoor ceremony since 2015, which was delayed by one day due to rainy weather. The move outdoors this year was prompted by pandemic restrictions.

In his address to the crowd, principal Baron Jones commended the 359 graduates for persevering in an unprecedented school year filled with construction, pandemic closures and quarantines, online learning and multiple schedule changes.

“You have navigated a challenging year and have come out of the other side stronger and more resilient,” he said. “I believe personal growth can only be forged through adversity. Therefore, your class is ready and eager to accept the challenges that await.”

Valedictorian Andrew Glenn thanked several of his teachers for inspiring him and urged his classmates to keep striving for moral and intellectual growth.

“We know that learning, loving, serving and creating are the hallmarks of a meaningful life,” he told the audience. “And we are prepared – by the abundant opportunities which have been afford us – to  make the world a wiser and better place. The play goes on, and it is now our turn to contribute a verse.”

Andrew was one of five students who addressed the crowd. The others were salutatorian Jordan Schucker, named Student of the Year at the ceremony; Thomas Hockenberry; Naisha Lamour; and Arden Morgan.

Congratulations to the 359 members of the Class of 2021, and best wishes as you embark on the next chapter of your lives!

  • Commencement speakers, principal and superintendent
    From left, Thomas Hockenberry, Naisha Lamour, Jordan Schucker, superintendent Mike Leichliter, principal Baron Jones, Andrew Glenn and Arden Morgan.

Brian Wallace

June 4 2021

Miss Szentesy's Squad

Szentesy Squad Farewell

I must say “thank you!!!!!” to my resilient students, their loving families, and a supportive staff for making my first year at Pequea one I will NEVER forget! After a tearful goodbye, I am proud to say these members of the Szentesy Squad are ready for third grade. I learned so much from them, more than they will ever realize. Today’s awards ceremony was very special and encouraging. I miss them already and can’t wait to see all that they will accomplish in the future! Have a wonderful summer, read lots of books, have some fun, and keep in touch please. You are all Szentesy Squad members for life!
Miss Szentesy


The Peart Post

Last DAY!!

We did it! We experienced a global pandemic together and actually had a terrific school year together! I think we will all remember this schoolyear bitter sweetly…2 homerooms to start, desks apart, recess zones, quarantines, virtual days, live streaming and of course face masks. But there was never a complaint…only smiling eyes and eager minds and hearts! I was blessed to have each and every one of these kids! I LOVE and will miss you second graders!!!!!

We graduated from a pandemic year by throwing MASKS in the air!!


The Peart Post


Last week we performed 3 readers’ theaters and LOVED being able to include so many virtual viewers! We had over 80 log ins to watch and some were full classrooms! We even had views from other states! I did not get pictures in costume (sorry- the day was a blur!) but here is each cast. Then we were treated to a special lesson using the Virtual Reality Goggles from Mrs. Johnson. Hope you heard all about it! 🐳


Welcome to Kindergarten

THANK YOU and Beach Day

Thank you to EVERYONE for all of your support this year! It is tremendously appreciated. I will miss each one of my student dearly, but I know they will do an amazing job in 1st grade! They have shown wonderful growth this year and had fun each day. Yesterday was an exciting last day of kindergarten for them! We are so thankful the weather held up for us and the students were able to enjoy their day. They enjoyed backyard games, two water games, bubbles, chalk, a craft, and a snack. Please see below for pictures of their day:


The Schettlonary

June 4, 2021 (Happy Summer Edition)

Welcome to 6-S


Our End of the Year Graduation Slide Show is available in our Google Writing Classroom. Please enjoy!

6/04 – last day of school – report cards go home



Writing: Please don’t hesitate to send Mr S an email or post card this summer.

DLR: We completed 31 DLRs this year!

Reading Group: Please read something you’d like to read.

Spelling: We took our final spelling assessment 30 on Friday, May 21st.


MATHS -Thank you for an amazing maths year!


Science-Congratulations to our 2020-21 Egg Drop Champion, Kiley! To all of the other amazing entries this year, great job on a very successful Egg Drop.

Social Studies

Social Studies: Please visit tons of new places, and please feel free to email Mr S from every new place you visit.

RATS! I can’t wait for next year’s RATS!

Please say hello! Send a brief email to Mr. S. describing the picture of the day (above) and receive 10 Schettler Stars! (


PMHS School Counseling Department

Financial Aid Webinar


Penn Manor Gifted Blog Grades K-8

What It’s All About!

Even after 20+ years of teaching, graduation season serves as a reminder of what it’s all about. Seeing the 2021 graduates walk the halls of their former elementary schools in their caps and gowns reminds me that THIS is what we are working towards. We are working together as a team of elementary, middle, and high school teachers to help students reach this milestone of High School Graduation.

I love Penn Manor’s tradition of having former students parade around in their caps and gowns while younger students look up to them as if they were famous youtubers or TikTok sensations! Having the little ones see the graduates reminds them what it’s all about as well.

Having former students visit their elementary school classrooms and their teachers is a win win. Students reminisce about the wonderful memories they made and teachers get to see first hand the fruits of their labor. Hearing students refer to our gifted classroom as their favorite place in the school, the place they learned to be who they are, and the place they found their voice reminds me of the value of my work. Yes, I teach content. But above all, I teach students to listen to their voices, to get to know who they are, and to be their best selves.

Congratulations class of 2021! I wish you all a lifetime of learning!

Marticville Middle School
Last Day of the 2020-2021 School Year


Fafel's Forum

Reminder for Today’s event

To:  Our Amazing Martic Community                                                

From:  Martic Staff

Re:  Recognition of Allan Dutton and Patti Duff in retirement

Mr. Allan Dutton and Mrs. Patti Duff have decided that it is time to retire from Martic Elementary School after many years of influencing others.   It is sad for us to see them go, but we plan to celebrate their transition into new adventures through retirement.    To honor Mr. Dutton and Mrs. Duff, we are inviting all of our music and library fans to join us on June 4th at 2:15 PM on the outside fields facing the playground.   At that time we will bring Mr. Dutton and Mrs. Duff out on the playground so we can sing the MARTIC SONG one last time.   This song has been learned by many Martic students over the years.  Our staff will present Mrs. Duff and Mr. Dutton with retirement gifts for them to take with them. 

There is a link at the bottom of this page where you can review the words and also listen to the song if you need a refresh.   J 


PARKING FOR THIS EVENT will be very restricted.  Please try to carpool whenever possible.   This will be a RAIN OR SHINE OUTSIDE EVENT.   Please bring an umbrella.   

Additional parking will be available for carpooling options at the Rawlinsville Fire Company.   They are very kind to share this space with us, but please be mindful to leave ALL ENTRANCES open.  Please do not park in front of the building or in front of the barn doors.  The use of the back stone parking lot is advised.     

Here is the link:

Mrs. Fafel

Mrs. Mulder's Message

Brown Envelope & Reading Challenge

Be sure to look in your child’s brown envelope that was sent home yesterday. It included their report card (with assessments), 1st-grade teacher’s name, a comparison photo from the beginning of the year to the end of the year, and a Summer Reading Challenge! Are you ready to tackle the challenge? Tye dye shirts, ice cream trucks, bowling, Sky Zone, Custom backpacks and sports bags, creating art, frisbees, and water bottles are just a few of the prizes over the years that students have earned for reading and writing over the summer months. This year’s theme is reading through the alphabet. Each letter of the alphabet will require you to complete a reading or writing activity based on that letter. Each activity may only take 15 minutes to complete. Take a few minutes each day to complete the Summer Challenge!

A special prize will be waiting for you . . .

Have a wonderful summer!


Penn Manor School District

Penn Manor seniors earn more than $114,000 in academic awards, scholarships

Members of the Penn Manor High School Class of 2021 received nearly 200 local awards and scholarships totaling more than $114,000 during the Senior Awards Ceremony, held May 20.

The honors included $77,150 in scholarships awarded to 76 seniors through Penn Manor Education Foundation. Many thanks to the Penn Manor community members, organizations and businesses that contributed to all of these local awards.

The seniors also earned outside scholarships and financial aid to continue their education after graduation.

Among the top recipients of academic scholarships/awards – with six or more each – were Delaney Reitnauer, Eleanor Helm, Jordan Schucker, Paige Marie Flinchbaugh, Amanda Wolf and Evelyn Weaver.

 Congratulations to all the seniors who earned awards, and best wishes on your future endeavors! Here is a list of the awards. You can watch the awards ceremony here.

Brian Wallace

Central Manor Third Grade

We did it! Time to unsubscribe from us!

We’ve made it through the craziest year we could have ever imagined! We are so proud of our students. Thank you for your continued support this school year! Have a wonderful summer. Please see below on how to unsubcribe from our Blog.

All families subscribed to the blog will need to manually unsubscribe. When you receive this blog post through your email, you can easily unsubscribe to the third grade blog by following these simple steps:

  1. Click on the word “Unsubscribe” at the top of the email.

2. Click on the word Unsubscribe” again.

That’s it!

Thank you, again! Happy Summer!


Mrs. Hartman's Classroom Blog

June 4 Reminders

***I can’t believe this school year is already over!  It feels like just yesterday I made 24 new friends as they walked through my classroom door back in August (in two different groups, I might add).  Although this year was far from normal, we have made so many memories together, and I will forever cherish my time with this class.  Thank you to all of the parents and families for your constant support and generosity this year!  I could not have done my job without amazing people like you supporting our classroom along the way!  If you ever need anything in the future, please don’t hesitate to contact me!  I hope you all have a fantastic summer!  I look forward to seeing the (now) 4th graders when they return to school in August!


  • TODAY (June 4) is our last day of school!
    • There will be an early dismissal at 11:30 AM.  Lunch will not be served today.
    • Report cards will be sent home.
    • Students will meet next year’s teacher during the school day.

Mrs. Hartman

Mrs. KinderH20's World

End of Year Video

Parents and Guardians

As promised, here is the link to the video Mr. Bodde created for our students!


Penn Manor National Honor Society

Summer 2021 Hours at the Loft

If you want to get service hours in over the summer, you can volunteer at the Loft by contacting Jodie Henderson at


June 3 2021

Welcome to Kindergarten

Kindergarten Program

Our kindergarten program is ready to go! The morning class has not watched the video yet and the afternoon class was unable to watch the entire video, so you may want to invite them to watch it with you. 🙂

If you would like to have access to the video at anytime, please save the link. Having the link will provide you access to watch the program at any time.

Please click on the following link to view the morning video:

Please click on the following link to view the afternoon video:


Penn Manor Cross Country

Free Physicals at OAL

OAL is offering PIAA physical dates this summer to students who will be entering grades 7-12 next year. They are FREE and by appointment only. Please see the attached flyers for dates/times and the most up to date PIAA Physical form (Physicals for the 2021-2022 school year may be performed beginning on June 1, 2021).


Penn Manor Cross Country

Cross Country Fundraising 2021

Mara Braegelmann, the parent of a member of our boy’s team, has offered to help direct our fund-raising efforts for the Boy’s and Girl’s Varsity and Middle School Cross Country teams.

Mara will be sharing her thoughts on this effort with parents of team members in the next few months.

We greatly appreciate Mara’s support with this task.


Ms. Kyper's Kindergarten Class

Kindergarten Program

Click here for the program the morning class performed.

Click here for the program the afternoon class performed.

Mrs. Kyper

Penn Manor Cross Country

Summer Cross Country Practice 2021

Summer practice will start Monday, June 21 and will be held each Monday and Wednesday in the last part of June. Additional practices will be added in July.

Students interested in participating on the boy’s or girl’s varsity cross country team are encouraged to attend as many summer practices as possible.

Monday practices will meet at the Millersville Borough Park at 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday practices will meet at Manor Middle School at 6:00 p.m.

Practices will end by 7:30

Students should bring their own water for these practices.


Miss Szentesy's Squad

Last Day?!?!?!?

I can’t believe the last day is here!  Here are a few reminders:

*Students may need to look for their Chromebook charger or strap.  Thank you for helping to put this in the backpack for Friday.

*Students may need to look for a library book at home.  Thank you for helping to put this in the backpack for Friday.

*There are no meals served at school on Friday.

*Students will receive report cards on Friday.  They will also have the opportunity to meet their new teacher for next year!! (That is IF I let them leave me…)

*Dismissal is at 11:30 (no lunch served).

*I miss these kids already…. <insert ugly cry through a mask here>


PMHS School Counseling Department

Camp College at PMHS


PM Elementary Instrumental Music

Looking forward to 2021-2022!

It is with great enthusiasm that the PM music teachers are anticipating the return of beginning instrument instruction. All 4th grade students (2020-2021) should have received the 2021 Beginner Letter. Please read this attachment if you will be attending school at one of Penn Manor’s elementary buildings in the fall of 2021.

The online registration form will be open until September 2, 2021. Please complete the registration information as soon as you have made choices.

Ms. Almoney

LeTort's Sixth Grade Blog

Sixth Grade Video

Below is the link for the Sixth Grade Video. A HUGE shoutout to the Streets for taking the time to put the video together!

It is crazy to see how fast time goes. Enjoy the show!

Click here to view the video.


Mrs. Hartman's Classroom Blog

June 3 Reminders


  • TODAY (June 3) marks the end of the fourth marking period!
  • TODAY (June 3) is our last day of Physical Education for the year!
  • TOMORROW (June 4) is our last day of school!
    • There will be an early dismissal at 11:30 AM.  Lunch will not be served tomorrow.
    • Report cards will be sent home.
    • Students will meet next year’s teacher during the school day.

Mrs. Hartman

Mr. Mattern's Sixth Grade

Class of 2027 T-Shirt

Friendly reminder: Please wear your class of 2027 t-shirt to school on Friday, June 4th.


Central Manor 5th Grade Blog

2021 Summer Reading Challenge! Carnival Welcome Party Banner - 6 Feet Long - Circus Party  Supplies: Home & Kitchen

The 5th grade team wants to encourage all students to participate in CM’s 2021 Reading Challenge this summer! We will be passing out these charts to all students, however if you need another copy please click the link below.



Ms. Kyper's Kindergarten Class

BEACH DAY and more

Tomorrow is beach day. You are welcomed to wear a bathing suit, but please cover up on the way to school. If you do not have a bathing suit you may get wet in shorts and tee shirt. Please bring a towel if you have one, an extra mask, sun screen and water. Please apply sun screen before you come to school. It is much easier for you to apply to your child then for us to do 9 children. There is no need to bring folders or any school work.

All papers, includeing report cars were sent home today. Please make sure you go through your child’s backpack to find everything. There is a poem attached to the back of the sunflower painting. Take a little time to look at it.

The video from our celebration will be posted soon. Until then enjoy some race pictures. Take notice of the total amount raised. Thank you to everyone who helped organize and who donated. It is appreciated.

Mrs. Kyper

June 2 2021

Penn Manor National Honor Society

New form submission procedures:

Attention members: 

We want to remind you that we encourage everyone to work on their community service hours throughout the summer.  Senior year tends to be a very busy year and the more hours you complete over the summer the less you will have to do during the busy school year.  We have made a few adjustments to the procedures for submitting pre-approvals and verification forms.  Please follow the procedures as outlined below: 

Step 1: Submit a pre-approval form via the Google Form in our Google Classroom. This is time stamped and Mrs. Myers and I will review submissions periodically.  This must be completed before your event!
Step 2: Bring a verification form with you to your service activity and have it signed by the person supervising the activity.  
Step 3: Submit your verification form via the Google Form in our Google Classroom.  This is time stamped and must be submitted within 30 days of completion of your service activity.  

If you have any questions please reach out to Mrs. Myers and Mrs. Tejada.  

Have a well deserved summer break!


Miss Walker's Second Grade Team

End of the year

I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching this second grade class. Thank you parents for being so supportive and helpful this school year. Tomorrow marks our last full day of school. I plan to give out ice cream with toppings to the class in the afternoon. This is a surprise. If for any reason you would not like your child to have any ice cream please let me know.

I hope your families have a wonderful and safe summer. I look forwarding to seeing some familiar faces next school year!

Miss Walker

PMHS School Counseling Department

Out-of-School Program


Mrs. Hartman's Classroom Blog

June 2 Reminders


  • TOMORROW (June 3) marks the end of the fourth marking period!
  • TOMORROW (June 3) will be our last day of Physical Education for the year!
  • Friday (June 4) is our last day of school!
    • There will be an early dismissal at 11:30 AM.  Lunch will not be served on Friday.
    • Report cards will be sent home.
    • Students will meet next year’s teacher during the school day.

Mrs. Hartman

June 1 2021

Ms. Kyper's Kindergarten Class

Kindergarten Yearbooks

We were so busy today we did not have a chance to hand out yearbooks. We will hand them out tomorrow. There are a few extra yearbooks in the office if you did not preorder.

Mrs. Kyper

LeTort's Sixth Grade Blog

Sixth Grade Celebration Reminder

On June 3rd, we are inviting parents/guardians of our 6th graders to meet us at the back parking lot for a celebration of their promotion from 6th grade to 7th grade.  This is a rain or shine event, so please plan accordingly.  No siblings will be permitted to attend.  Please wear a mask. 

We will begin promptly at 2:15 so we have time to recognize the successes of our students and present each student with a promotion certificate.  There will be two locations for photos ~ the Letort sign or our PTO is renting a large sign to congratulate our 6th graders.  You are welcome to take photos with your 6th grader but please maintain social distancing. 

At the close of the event, 6th graders are able to leave with their parents. If you have siblings who you might want to take with you, please complete THIS form.

We can’t wait to see you to celebrate our amazing 6th graders.


PMHS School Counseling Department

Coast to Coast Virtual College Tour


Mrs. Hartman's Classroom Blog

June 1 Reminders


  • TOMORROW (June 2) is the day for 3rd graders to turn in their laptops for the summer. Please make sure that your child returns their computer bag and charger to school tomorrow. Also, please ensure that they remove any self-applied stickers by tomorrow as well. Thank you!
  • Thursday (June 3) marks the end of the fourth marking period!
  • Thursday (June 3) will be our last day of Physical Education for the year!


  • Study for Spelling Bee

Important Dates

  • June 4: Last Day of School
  • June 4: Early Dismissal @ 11:30 AM
  • June 4: Report Cards sent home

Mrs. Hartman

Central Manor 5th Grade Blog

Summer ‘Jump Start’ Program! (Respond by 6/4)

9 Places to Download High-Quality Summer Clip Art

Your child is invited to get a jump start on the 2021-2022 school year by participating in a FREE summer program here at Central Manor. Students will participate in small group instruction that will focus on Reading, Phonics, Writing and Number Sense. The camp will run four days a week (Monday through Thursday) for two weeks from 9 to 11 a.m. Snacks and recess breaks will be provided daily. If you are interested in having your child attend, please complete this interest survey. Please respond no later than Friday, June 4 to help us prepare for August.

Week #1: August 2nd-5th
Week #2: August 9th-12th


Kindergarten Connection

Final Week of the school year


May 30 2021

Mrs. Kyle's Blog at Central Manor

Thank You

I’ve worked with your flower,
And helped it to grow.
I’m returning it now,
But I want you to know…

This flower is precious,
As dear as can be.
Love it, take care of it,
And you will see…

A bright new bloom,
With every day.
It grew and blossomed
In such a wonderful way.

In August just a bud,
January, a bloom;
Now a lovely blossom
I’m returning in June.

Remember, this flower,
As dear as can be,
Though rightfully yours,
Part will always belong to me!

Author Unknown


May 28 2021

Mrs. Hartman's Classroom Blog

May 28 Reminders

***Throughout the final marking period, some of the students completed biography research projects outlining the life events and accomplishments of a famous person of their choosing. The students were assigned the tasks of researching their chosen person and creating a website to present to the group on what they had learned. The finished products can be found on the Student Work page. Enjoy!


  • School will be closed on MONDAY (May 31) for Memorial Day!

Important Dates

Mrs. Hartman

Kindergarten Connection

Water Balloon activities postponed