Penn Manor School District has posted information and links on their website regarding the steps needed in order to volunteer in any Penn Manor School this year. If you are already approved to volunteer, NO additional steps are needed.
You can read the post by clicking on the link below. If you have questions, contact the Human Resources Director at the Administration Building at 717-872-9500.
If you are interested in volunteering, please stop by the school office for a volunteer packet. Volunteers must be approved by the district prior to volunteering in the school building.
American Management Advisors, Inc. (AMA) is providing all Voluntary Student Accident Brochures electronically. Attached you will find the PDF file for the 2018-2019 Voluntary Student Accident Insurance Brochure, the enrollment form and instructions and the claim form and instructions.
Below is the brochure and enrollment forms. They should be sent directly to AMA for processing.
If there are questions concerning the coverage, please contact Rhonda Mayer at 1-610-603-7477.
Every child at Martic Elementary School is challenged to participate in the summer reading challenge. The reward associated with this challenge for the upcoming school year is bound to be the best yet. Below are the same forms that were sent home the last day of school. Make us proud by enjoying great literature this summer. Keep your reading abilities where they are right now. You are at the top of your game.
It is our responsibility to report to you the progress that our students have made throughout the year. To be completely transparent with our progress, there is a bulletin board in our front hallways that shows three data points. September, January and May are the months we collect data for the children. The picture below shows the growth our students made throughout the 2017-2018 school year. We celebrate this progress and thank you for all of the support along the way.
Today our graduating seniors returned to Martic to walk their elementary hallways as a senior and almost graduate. It was exciting to watch the children at Martic cheer them on and hold signs of congratulations. One of the seniors said, “Aren’t they so cute, can they come to my actual graduation?” It was a heart warming testament to watch this interaction.
So we still have some unfilled spots to help with the end of the year luncheon…. are you able to help? It would be appreciated. Please see message below.
Help Martic PTO celebrate a great school year by donating to our End of the Year Teacher’s Luncheon! Martic teachers have been busy all school year filling young minds and now is their time to relax and transition into summer mode! This year’s luncheon will feature Martic “Specialties”, please consider sending in your family favorite for our teacher’s to enjoy! The luncheon will be held June 7th in the Martic Cafeteria. Please have all donations into school by the morning of June 7th, 10am. Please label all containers that you wish to keep and pick those up in the office by 4pm June 8th. Thank you so much for helping.
Kids…. they sure do love italian ice and it was very nice of our PTO to provide our 6th grade with the extra italian ice after their district level field day. As you can see, some of our kiddos wanted to share with you the flavor they selected to enjoy after their icy treat. Can you guess which flavor each child had?
Today we celebrated our 6th graders. It was a fun day for all of the kids and we are very thankful to the members of the 6th grade recognition committee for all of their planning and preparation to make it a great day for everyone. THANK YOU!
If you want to view the graduation video or share with friends in other area, you can click here to watch the video. Enjoy!
Good luck to our 6th graders as they journey to middle school.
On Friday our first graders hosted a writing celebration. It was a joy to see all of the published pieces of our young writers and listen to them reading these pieces with such pride. Thank you to all of our guests who came to school to encourage our young authors. It was a joy to celebrate literacy with you.