The wait is finally over! Our yearbooks arrived this evening. The PTO called or texted every family who preordered a yearbook this evening.
For those of you who were unable to stop by this evening, we will distribute yearbooks at the main entrance of Eshleman Elementary on Friday, August 7th from 10-11 AM.
If you did not order a yearbook, but would still like one, we have some copies available for sale. Cost is $15. We are requesting cash. If you have already been added to the waitlist, just let us know when you stop by, we have your book. You can stop in to purchase a yearbook at any of the distribution times.
Other available pick up times: Tuesday, August 11 from 10 AM-noon; Wednesday, August 12 from 1:30-3 PM. Week of August 17th: 9 AM – noon & 1 PM-3PM.
If you need to schedule a different time, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see below message from the district regarding our reopening plan. Information on our Blended Learning, our Penn Manor Virtual School alternative, and Homeschooling can be found by following the link below (click on this link).
Parents requesting to enroll their students in PMVS should complete the PMVS Interest Form by Wednesday, August 12.
Message regarding school reopening plan
On August 3, Penn Manor School District’s Board of School Directors approved a Blended Learning plan for reopening schools. Please click on this linkto learn more about the details of this plan, along with alternatives and general information on the health and safety measures that will be in place at Penn Manor schools when they reopen on August 31.
Please note that Penn Manor administration plans to re-evaluate the Blended Learning approach on September 21 and may recommend continuing with this approach or making adjustments that could include bringing more students back to school for in-person instruction.
At any time, action by the Governor or State Department of Health may require modifications to this plan.
Penn Manor School District plans to reopen our schools for the 2020-2021 school year, and it’s important that families feel comfortable about sending their children back to school.
Current guidance from the Pennsylvania Departments of Education and Health indicates that we will have to implement social distancing, which will impact the number of students on buses, maximum class sizes, and movement throughout our school buildings.
We would like your input as we develop our programs and the district’s health and safety plan, which is required before we can reopen. Please fill out this survey by June 26, 2020. Thank you for your input!
Report card update: As a result of the unusual end to our school year, we have adjusted how we grade for the fourth marking period. For kindergarten, the students will receive an N/A which represents non applicable. First and second grade students will receive what they had earned in the third marking period. In grades three through six, students will earn a pass or fail grade. All students in grades 1 and 2 specials will receive a Satisfactory and all students in grades 3-6 specials will receive a Pass. If assignments were submitted after report cards were printed, the most recent report card will be uploaded on Wednesday.
Today we are celebrating our 6th graders as they complete their years at Eshleman and transition to the middle school next Fall. Below you will find a link to our online 6th-grade celebration including messages from Dr. Cox and our 6th-grade teachers as well as a trip down memory lane. Finally, our Eshleman faculty and staff share their best wishes with our graduating 6th graders. We hope you enjoy our 6th-grade celebration.
The author of Harry Potter, J. K. Rowling, has written a new book! You can read it for FREE online. New chapters will be posted every day from now until July. Also, there is a competition for students to create illustrations for the new book. Your parents can submit your illustrations on the website to try and get them printed in the book. https://www.theickabog.com/en-us/home/
Thank you for your participation in our Penn Manor/Millersville University Buddy Program. Millersville students & Penn Manor families have expressed interest in continuing this program over the summer. GREAT NEWS! While there will not be the traditional, school year academics, our Millersville buddies are happy to continue with specific areas of educational need. For example: multiplication tables, spelling words, reading/writing, even telling time, are skills we can continue to work on throughout the summer. In lieu of the academic piece during the school year, are there any additional subjects, hobbies, and/or extracurriculars that you would like the Buddies to (remotely) meet about? For example: maybe a specific sport, type of art, music, video games, etc.
Please complete the form HERE to give us valuable insight as we grow the program in the future and to help us pair buddies who are wishing to continue throughout the summer.
Did you see…this program was featured in the May 20th edition of the Merchandiser/Advertiser! The article was titled, “MU Supports PM’s Transition to Online Learning.” Our Millersville students strive to share compassion and contribute to public mission while we all navigate these unchartered times. We hope that your child was able to benefit from this virtual relationship.
In observance of Memorial Day, Penn Manor will not be delivering meals on Monday, May 25. We will be distributing meals on Wednesday, May 27. This is the final day that meals will be distributed for the 2019-2020 school year.