Planet Penn Manor

March 30 2020

Penn Manor High School Baseball

With the 2020 season on hiatus, let’s remember better times!

The 2017 12U LNP tournament runners-up
This picture was taken at Clemson in 1991 when I was a sophomore. The first pitch I threw in this game was hit about 420 feet.
Trevor Adams watching the action
If this picture were sold as a poster, I think people would actually buy it.
Tyler and Q.J. waiting for the rest of the team to show up
Big Ben looking focused for Mountville
Brad Frey in JV action last year
Danny Santana in the JV scrimmage against Lancaster Catholic
Coach Kroesen (front row…2nd from the right), starting catcher on Etown’s 1993 State Championship team.
Tyler Ditzler, at least a year or two ago
Mr. Switzer with Gavin and Ian
Mr. Switzer, middle, playing for the legendary 285s.
Bend your legs, Ethan!
Aaron Gale, after Coach Stuart accidentally bunted a ball into his face last year.
Gavin and Ian Switzer
Hunter Sipel looking extremely happy!
Isaac Braegelmann had just made a great catch of a pop-up in this picture.
Mr. Adelman with what looks to be a very aggressive lead off of first base. Believe it or not, this IS the Comet Field varsity field. Our facility has come a long way over the years.
Coach Shearer, looking just as tough in a mirror image as he does in a normal image
Jordan and Joe Frymyer
Recognize this guy? This is Mr. Lawrence, with a full head of hair, ready to go for the Blue Streaks.
Krimmel!!
A young Hunter Krimmel at, I believe, the Creswell 14U field
A young Reed Lawrence and his dad taking their fandom of the Phillies into enemy territory in Baltimore
After he finally learned to tie his shoes, Max Jesberger turned into something pretty rare these days, a solid three-sport athlete, still bringing this same “game face” to football, hockey, and baseball games.
Noah Beach doing what he’s always done…throwing strikes and getting batters out.
This was a 9/10 Little League tournament in Octorara. In heartbreaking fashion, the team lost an 11-3 last-inning lead in the championship game.
This picture made the front page of the newspaper!
This is Q.J.’s dad, Quay Hanna, playing for L-S. Apparently the Pioneers were trying to be the first team in history to wear a logo on the side of the batting helmet, a style that thankfully did not catch on.
Reed in JV action
And Reed again, last summer
Not many thrills bigger than hitting a Kunkle Field home run in the LNP Tournament
The Sipels
Spencer Stuart, moments before taking one over the scoreboard at Kunkle Field in 2017.
From 2013. Recognize any of these guys?
One of my favorite pictures of all time, and one of the best moments of my life.
Hello, Tim.
Wow. The pride of Middletown, PA, Coach Bechtel, in middle school.
Tyler Barnes – Champion
Two winters ago, a few of the current 9th and 10th graders entered the Ephrata baseball Whiffle Ball tournament and brought home the gold!
What a difference a few years can make. Check out Zach’s form from 2015 to 2018 in the next picture.
Coach Zander, Coach Stuart, and Coach Morrison. What good times!
High School athletes don’t always realize how much younger kids really do look up to them. My younger kid was a huge Ryan Glenn fan. But then again…who wasn’t?
I’ve seen a lot of great things during my 22 years coaching at Penn Manor, but none were more amazing that seeing Josiah Snyder survive, and then recover, from his terrible car accident in the summer of 2018. Here he is throwing out the ceremonial first pitch during last year’s LNP Tournament at Clipper Stadium.
From a few years back…another one of my favorite pictures
During my 19 years coaching with Jim Zander, I got this look many, many times. And I loved every second of it!
The 2019 12U LNP Champions
Did anyone notice there were fewer tree branches hanging over the field this year? With the neighbor’s blessing (the trees are on his property) Matt Sipel entered lumberjack mode and removed many of the most problematic branches over the pressbox, dugout, and batting cage.
Peter Skiadas at Cocalico last summer during the 14U season
The 2009 League Championship team, with former principal Jan Mindish on the right.
I always loved this picture of 2017 grad Jeff Taylor.

sstuart

March 29 2020

Mrs. Mehalick's Blog

Message from Mrs. Mehalick

Click on the video below to see a message from Mrs. Mehalick!

mfellin

Mrs. Sannas Sentences

Double post!

Haha. Of course day 2 I forgot to post! 🤭

This weekend has been so rainy the pups are muddy and stuck inside. Check out their new chew toys! Hope you’re staying dry!

painterg

Mrs. Rook's Second Grade Class

Hi everyone!

It was so nice talking to everyone on the phone last week. If I left you a message, email me with the best time to get hold of you! Here’s a reminder if you haven’t subscribed to the Hambright Blog, do so today so you get the updates throughout this week! Click on the link below and then type your email in the space provided. Let me know if you have any questions!

trynier

Fun In First Grade with Mrs. Braun

Writing with Mrs. Braun

So this is my first UTUBE video. If it doesn’t teach you the writing lesson it certainly will give you a good laugh! I will try to continue the lesson every day! I miss everyone . Here are the writing pages you will need for the lesson! I will try to also link some thinking music that we normally play during writers workshop! https://smallpdf.com/shared#st=bbb82d4b-5033-4188-9285-1abae7a85678&fn=April_At_Home-pages-5-6.pdf&ct=1585488304305&tl=split&rf=link

Music link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2UEqBdU7go

gbraun

Mrs. Mehalick's Blog

Student Learning Resources

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back tomorrow!

mfellin

Mrs. DeLong's Delightful 2nd Grade

CM Proud!

Please enjoy our Central Manor Proud video. “Central Manor Proud” is our school song that we sing once a month at Shine Time!

“Working together as one, we’re growing like a garden.
Leaders everyone, we’re joining mind and heart,
In unity, with this community,
We’re Central Manor Proud.
Shaping the future in store, we’re writing our own chapter.
Built on the stories before, with all who will come after,
In unity, with this community,
We’re Central Manor Proud.
We stand tall, if someone falls,
We’ll lend a helping hand.
Together strong, we all belong,
As leaders we will stand.
Chapters eventually end, Central Manor lives inside us.
Memories, teachers, and friends,
Continue to shape and guide us,
In unity, with this community,
We’re Central Manor,
Central Manor,
Central Manor,
P-R-O-U-D – PROUD!”

jdelong

Mrs. Kyle's Blog at Central Manor

Video of familiar faces

sarment

Penn Manor Speech and Language

PrAACtical AAC Website

This website has so much great information about Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). AAC is all the ways we share ideas or feelings without talking. People with severe speech and language difficulties may need a form of AAC to help them communicate with others. https://praacticalaac.org/

This was taken from their website description:

“PrAACtical AAC supports a community of professionals and families who are determined to improve the communication and literacy abilities of people with significant communication difficulties. It was founded in 2011 by two SLP professors, Carole Zangari and the late Robin Parker, around a shared passion for AAC.”

lwillcox

Penn Manor Speech and Language

Home Speech Home Website

This website has TONS of great information on it. https://www.home-speech-home.com/

  • There are word lists, sentences, and reading passages for each sound.
  • Information about typical speech and language development
  • Information about various speech and language disorders in children and adults
  • Ideas for targeting many goals and MUCH MORE!

Check it out!

lwillcox

Fun In First Grade with Mrs. Braun

Pictures!

gbraun

Kindergarten with Mrs. Kinser

Central Manor Misses our Students

AND…check out a special guest reader on the A Class of Readers tab. Mrs. Saxton and I met for a social distance walk and read a book together when we were done walking. 🙂

ckinser

Mrs. Binkley's Third Grade Thoughts

Student Learning Resources

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

ebinkley

GRADE ONEderful NEWS

Do your kids like to draw?

A teacher friend enjoys doing this with her young children. I thought I would pass it along for anyone who is interested.

If you go to YouTube
Search art hub for kids
You can add categories to end of your search like “Disney” “Pokémon” etc.

A man and his son teach you how to draw! Have fun!

wlutzterry

March 28 2020

Letort 4th Grade Superheroes

More Pictures from Friends

bunny
Ellie has been enjoying getting to know her rescue bunny, Coal. He came all the way from VA! 
puzzle
Chloe worked hard on this puzzle!! Great job, Chloe!
hiking
Leah has been having a lot of outdoor fun with her family. We have hiked at several locations on warmer, sunny days.
Anna enjoying extra baby snuggles!
board games
Natalie created board games for her and her family to play together!
book
Natalie has been reading, reading, and more reading! She’s currently reading Love That Dog by Sharon Creech.
swing
Natalie swinging in her backyard!

Mrs. Gwyn

Central Manor Third Grade

Looking for something to do on this rainy day? Check out these special messages from your teachers!

The Central Manor Proud Song (with teacher messages just for YOU!!)

lstephan

Penn Manor Speech and Language

Daily vocabulary and learning strategies for Kdg-8th grade

Vocabulary words are listed by grade level and there are 5 days of words per grade level.

When we teach vocabulary in the therapy room we are not teaching your child to memorize random words, rather are teacher strategies to apply to unknown words when reading to help learn and retain the meaning of those words. Here are some strategies to use when learning new vocabulary words:

  • Use catchy and engaging songs (you can even come up with your own short jingles) such as those on Flocabulary.
  • Draw pictures to help retain visual meaning of words (if your vocabulary word is “leap” you might draw a picture of someone leaping through the air)
  • Examples! Come up with lots of examples for each vocabulary term (if you word is “courteous” you might think of examples such as holding the door open for someone else or saying please and thank you)
  • Create Word Maps- come up with antonyms, synonyms, and use words in your own sentence (this helps students create connections to the word being taught to words they already know.)
  • Use flash cards (have students write the definition in their own words on one side and the vocabulary word on the other. Use both sides for teaching! One time you’ll show the definition to your child and they will have to come up with the vocabulary word and then the other time you’ll show the vocabulary word and they will come up with the definition.)
Grade Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Kindergarten Tangled Leak Protect Follow Bumpy
1st Divide Alone Rescue Enormous Divide
2nd Proof Shelter Feast Doubt Invent
3rd Predict Examine Reverse Limit Brief
4th Reduce Prefer Ascend Routine Severe
5th Aroma Reliable Seldom Intense Bland
6th Hoax Retrieve Composure Precise Beneficial
7th Abrupt Ponder Hospitable Consult Notorious
8th Proficient Forfeit Attribute Benign Rubble

speech

Miller's Memo

Message about Learning Activities for Next Week

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders. We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources. These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district.

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday.

Thank you!
Dr. Jerry Egan

Mrs. Miller

Fellenbaum`s Forum

Student Learning Resources Available Monday

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

hfellenbaum

Penn Manor Speech and Language

What is vocabulary?

Vocabulary consists of all the words we use and understand. It is all the words we use in various situations, subjects, and settings. We continue to learn new vocabulary throughout our lifetimes.

Speech-Language Pathologists often talk about vocabulary in terms of receptive and expressive vocabularies. Receptive vocabulary is what a person understands when someone is speaking. Expressive vocabulary consists of all the words someone uses to speak and express an idea, thought, or opinion.

How can we organize vocabulary?

One way we practice organizing vocabulary is through naming category labels and naming objects in a category. Practice naming objects in your house and naming the category they belong to. This is a great language activity to practice and help with organizing information in your child’s brain!

Below are some categories to get you started:

  • Colors
  • Body Parts
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Farm Animals
  • Furniture
  • Sports
  • Things you read
  • Kitchen Objects
  • Drinks
  • Hot Things
  • Cold Things
  • Bathroom Objects
  • Pets
  • Ocean Animals
  • Sharp Objects
  • Yellow Objects
  • Types of Buildings
  • Toys
  • School Supplies
  • Clothing
  • Loud Things
  • Electronics
  • Appliances

What other categories can you think of? How many objects can you name for each one? How quickly can you come up with 5? Or even 10?!

lwillcox

GRADE ONEderful NEWS

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

wlutzterry

Mrs. Binkley's Third Grade Thoughts

Penn Manor Superhero Day

Check out Germ Fighting Super Kaden!

Mr. Binkley, Landon, and I sported our Captain America gear to help honor the real life superheroes who are keeping us safe and healthy every day.

ebinkley

March 27 2020

Mrs. Glenn's Kindergarten Blog

Update from Penn Manor

Student Learning Resources to be Available Monday, March 30th

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

lglenn

Mrs. Devenburgh's First Grade

March 27

Good Evening first grade families!

I had a few parents reach out to me that their child is missing their classmates and would like to be in contact. With that being said, if you would like your child to be able to communicate with other classmates while school is out of session, please send me which form of communication you would like me to send out. I will then make an excel sheet and send this information ONLY to those who have given permission for their information to be released.

You may email me (marykate.wells@pennmanor.net) if you wish to participate!

Thanks so much! Hope you all are doing well.

Karen Devenburgh

Mrs. Devenburgh's First Grade

March 27

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

Karen Devenburgh

Bushong Broadcast

Student Learning Resources

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

kbushong

GRADE ONEderful NEWS

More books coming soon!

Here you will find a link to our Eshleman YouTube Channel where our faculty and staff have provided read alouds for our students. Check back for more read alouds in the coming days.

wlutzterry

Dr. Garvey's Blog

Happy Friday!

Fun Art

Amica did this cool computer drawing of SpongeBob and Gary!

When should I see the 3rd marking period report card?

Parents ,

Reports will be out the week of April 3. This marking period students will be receiving their report cards through Sapphire. If you don’t have an account here are some easy directions to follow. If you have one and forgot your password, there are instructions below.

Sapphire Parent Portal verbal directions

Go to district site www.pennmanor.net

Hover over Parent tab and select (click) on Sapphire Portal Information/Help https://www.pennmanor.net/parents/sapphirehelp/

Click on Community Portal Application

https://sapphire.pennmanor.net/CommunityWebPortal/Public/DistrictCheck.cfm

Enter: Comets

Follow directions and watch for an email from the Sapphire Administrator to confirm and log in.

If parents forgot their password, have them call the office number and leave a message for Jen.  She will get back to them. 717.872.9540 x3600 or press 0

kgarvey

Letort 4th Grade Superheroes

Student learning resources will be available on Monday, March 30th

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

Mrs. Gwyn

Fun In First Grade with Mrs. Braun

Student Learning

New post on Ann LeTort Elementary SchoolStudent learning resources to be available Monday, March 30by cmcphersonPenn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.Please check back on Monday. Thank you!cmcpherson | March 27, 2020 at 11:47 am | URL: https://wp.me/p4wBXT-2NX

gbraun

LeTort~Grade 2 – Mrs. Winters

Next Week..

Student learning resources to be available Monday, March 30 by cmcpherson

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

jwinters

Fellenbaum`s Forum

Calling All Superheroes! #PMProud

Today is Superhero Day in Penn Manor! There are so many real-life superheroes sustaining us during this trying time. Show your love for them by wearing your superhero gear and mentioning who YOUR superheroes are. Share your photos with the #PMProud hashtag.

hfellenbaum

Welcome to 5th Grade with Mrs. Loreto

PM end of week update…

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

jloreto

Appel's Awesomesauce

Good Afternoon Families

 It was so nice being able to connect via phone with a lot of you over the past few days.  Miss Riley and I called all our families to check in and give some updates to you.  If we did not get a hold of you, then I probably left a voicemail, and you can gladly email me if you want us to try calling you again tomorrow.  I am going to post some highlights down below if you need help…

**Starting on Monday afternoon the district will have Optional learning activities for students to access by grade level on a Penn Manor district homepage. There will be a first grade folder with some optional activities that first grade teachers across the district have gathered for your child to do at home for seven days.  Please do not access this until noon on Monday as the district is working to put this page together. Please know they are fun review concepts for reading, writing, math, and content areas and feel free to send a picture of your child work. (If you have questions once posted on Monday, please let us know)

**Also we wanted to make sure that you are signed up for the Hambright Blog as that will be the primary means of communication for the Hambright school.  (If you need to subscribe for notifications, go to the Penn Manor website, select school on the top right and choose Hambright, under the parent tab there is a subscribe to blog link.    

**Report cards: On the Hambright blog, they have posted reminders for parents to obtain a Sapphire account so they can review student grades, attendance, etc. We will be distributing our third marking period report cards for grades 1-6 through the parent portal. Simply click here and follow the directions to obtain this account. If you have already done so, then great.  Next week you should be able to view your child’s report card on Sapphire;  information will be posted on the school blog when available.

**Last but not least, I appreciate your flexibility and support as we are working from home to help your child.  We do not know what the future holds but we want to be here to help.  I hope you have all received an invite to the Class Tag parent/teacher communication app.  This is new for me but I have heard good things and would like to be able to try a quick source/connection with all of you.  So you can just click on the link in your email invite and get added to our Class Tag.  There is an easy and free app on your phone too.  So I will be using it like our class blog communication as in posting announcements, newsletter/reminders, and feel free to message us directly through the app.  The Class Tag is only set up for our class to view and participate.  Miss Riley will be responding and posting throughout the next few days as well.

We miss you and we truly miss our classroom family. Please know that we are thinking of you and hope to see you as soon as possible! – Cristen Appel and Shayla Riley

appelc

Mrs. Wright's Third Grade

Student learning resources to be available Monday, March 30

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

jwright

Mrs. Kyle's Blog at Central Manor

Monday

Student Learning Resources to be Available Monday, March 30th

March 27, 2020

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

sarment

Mrs. Mattern's Blog

Learning Opportunity

Hello Penn Manor families,

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen on April 9th, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon on Monday, March 30th. Please check the district website,  www.pennmanor.net, for a link to these student resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The learning resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30th, teachers will also be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner. Please check  www.pennmanor.net on Monday.

Thank you!

emattern

Mrs. Sannas Sentences

The Life of Archer and Lana!

Two puppers living their glory days while mom and dad are stuck at home all day with them. Be prepared to see cuteness, sleeps, doggy friends, and frisbee fun!

Lets meet those pups!

Taking a ride around the neighborhood with mom on 3/26/2020. Socially distancing ourselves while getting out of the house!

Archer is a 3 year old Blue Heeler (Australian Cattle Dog). His favorite things are peanut butter, cheese, play frisbee, car rides, and sleeping on Dad’s seat on the couch.

Lana is an almost 1 year old Havapoo (Havanese Mini Poodle Mix). Her favorite things are anything her brother is doing, STICKS (but only outside), cheese, and waking you up with kisses in the morning.

Stay tuned for more on the adventures of Archer and Lana.

painterg

Kindergarten with Mrs. Kinser

Student Learning Resources to be Available Monday, March 30th


Student Learning Resources to be Available Monday, March 30th
by bmalek

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

ckinser

5th Grade ROCKSTARs!

Student Learning Resources Available Monday, March 30th

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

beighleyd

Central Manor Third Grade

Student learning resources available Monday!

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and will be geared for students by grade level.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

lstephan

Mrs. Mulder's Message

I Miss You!

mmulder

Penn Manor School District

Student learning resources to be available Monday, March 30

Penn Manor educators have developed continuity of education plans to help students continue learning from home while our schools are closed. 

Currently, schools are scheduled to reopen April 9, but that date may change depending on Governor Wolf’s orders.

We plan to roll out these learning activities, by grade level and subject, beginning at noon Monday, March 30. Please check back for a link to these resources.

These are optional, ungraded learning activities that students can complete from home. The resources have been developed to meet a variety of students’ needs and may not be the same across our school district. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, teachers will be accessible to students and parents and will respond to any questions about the learning activities in a timely manner.

Please check back on Monday. Thank you!

Brian Wallace

Fun In First Grade with Mrs. Braun

Super Heroes

Right now ALL our Letort families are Super Heroes!

Zoey’s map for Sheila Rae The Brave

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PMHS School Counseling Department

Updated ASVAB Information

rmarsteller

5th Grade ROCKSTARs!

How to Register for Sapphire

beighleyd

Mrs. Binkley's Third Grade Thoughts

Mr. Binkley Reads No David!

Mr. Binkley read a book for his students at Central Manor, but I thought that you guys might like it, too!

Look for Mrs. Binkley read alouds coming soon!

ebinkley

Second Stories

Friday, March 27

leisure

Ms. Kyper's Kindergarten Class

Good Morning!

I found another great resource fro you to use at home. This one is Time for Kids. This link should take you right to the K1 page. Many fun articles and wonderful pictures.

Okay, I am going to try to post the video of Parker’s experiment.

Mrs. Kyper

LeTort's Sixth Grade Blog

Keeping in Touch

By now, you should have received either a phone call, voicemail, or email contact to check in to see how everyone is doing.  We mostly spoke with parents. However, if your child would like a phone call from their teacher next week, please email either Mrs. Johnson or Mrs. Mitchell with a few dates and times, your child’s name, as well as a number where they can be reached.  This is optional.  We do not want to make anyone feel uncomfortable, but we would like to connect with those students who would enjoy letting us know how they are doing.

bmitchell