Please click on the link below for the complete summer schedule.
Recently completed water testing at all 10 Penn Manor schools indicates there are no problems with lead in drinking water supplies at district schools. The testing was completed this month in compliance with new state regulations.
The test results are listed here:
If you are a 6th grader and you are beginning to plan your transition to Marticville Middle School, please set aside August 15th from 6:00-8:00 PM to attend an Open House. More information will be sent out from the middle school in the next two weeks.
This is a great way for parents and students to feel comforable with teacher faces, schedules and overall orientation to Marticville. This visit may help with first day apprehension that some students experience.
Today the 2019 graduates returned to Martic to walk their elementary hallways. It was such a joy to welcome them back. They were able to remind us of their names, plans for the upcoming year and their favorite Martic memory. We honored them by singing “Sing for the Eagle” back to them. It was a great visit and we wish these graduates the best of luck as they celebrate graduation this evening.
The schedule for the last week of school is as follows:
June 4th – Last day for Kindergarten students
June 5th – Last day for Grades 1-6
On Time Start
Elementary 11:30 Dismissal – No Breakfast and Lunch
Today the physical education department held a combined 6th grade track and field day at the high school and Millersville University track. This was the first opportunity for the class of 2025 to come together to compete, collaborate, learn about high school athletics and have fun! I want to thank all of the teachers, aides and parents who assisted in making this day happen, but especially wish to acknowledge the PE department for organizing this amazing event!
Kids remember everything… and if they think that I forgot, they are quick to remind me. 🙂 I have learned recently that children desire to eat outside again….. so if the weather cooperates we will make this happen whenever the grass dries.
We will begin by eating outside on Fridays when the weather cooperates. Sounds like a fun new adventure for Spring.
Parents, if you have a child who does not like sitting outside to eat, please send in a towel or blanket so they don’t have to touch the grass. We will also have a table available in the lunch room for any child who does not desire to eat outside. We will try to do this any Friday that the weather cooperates and the final week of school, if we have great weather, we will be out every day.
Last evening we welcomed some of our new kindergartners to Martic. We had many new families join us and we welcomed back some families who have older siblings already enrolled.
During their visits, parents learned about Martic being a Title One school and how students qualify for title one services. Students were able to visit the kindergarten classroom and meet their teacher. It was fun for all of the children to meet their new teacher.
It was a joy to welcome all of the children to Martic. Can’t wait until next year!! It was also fun to calculate out their graduation year. Doesn’t that sound weird?
Who: Penn Manor Elementary students who will be entering grades 1 and 2 in the fall of 2019.
What: Computer science is not only fun, it enables students to be creators, rather than just consumers, of technology. Students will explore the Scratch Jr. visual programming language to create theme-based projects. With Scratch, students can program interactive stories, games, and animations. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.
Where: Eshelman Elementary School OR Pequea Elementary School
When: June 19 – 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Eshelman Elementary
July 10 – 1:00 pm -3:00 pm at Pequea Elementary
Cost: Free to Penn Manor elementary students.
Snacks will be provided. Transportation will not be provided.
Register Now! Seating is limited 25 campers https://forms.gle/kEUyYucHQCTJ2asx6
Code Camp instructors are Shelby Foster and Judy Keller. For more information, contact 717-872-9500 extension 1523. Leave a voice message and Shelby or Judy will call you back.