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HS to host Financial Aid Night Oct. 29

By on October 20, 2014 in Academics, Community, Events, News with 0 Comments

Penn Manor High School will host Financial Aid Night, a workshop on college expenses and financial aid, from 7 to 9 p.m. Oct. 29 in the high school auditorium. Topics will include how to plan for and pay college and career school tuition and expenses, scholarships and other resources available to students and parents and […]

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SEPTEMBER 2014 TREASURER’S REPORT

By on October 17, 2014 in Treasurer's Report with 0 Comments

FINANCIAL REPORTS Balance Sheet September 2014 Revenue Detail September 2014 Expenditure Detail September 2014 BILL LISTS Bill Summary September 2014 General Fund Checks September 2014 Cafeteria Fund Checks September 2014 Capital Reserve Fund Checks September 2014 2012 Construction Fund Checks September 2014 Student Fund Checks September 2014 CAFETERIA MANAGEMENT REPORT Cafeteria Management Report August 2014 […]

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Mobile ag science lab visits Conestoga ES

By on October 16, 2014 in Academics, Community, Events, News with 0 Comments

Conestoga Elementary School students are learning about farms, food and the environment through hands-on experiments and activities conducted inside a giant trailer parked right outside their school. It’s not just any trailer, but the colorful Mobile Ag Science Education Lab, which is visiting Conestoga this week before making stops at three other Penn Manor schools […]

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Hambright students create living wax museum

By on October 15, 2014 in News with 0 Comments

A “living wax museum” was a big hit at Hambright Elementary School Friday as fifth-graders dressed up as famous people and delivered presentations on their subjects, each of whom has had a major impact on American history. Visitors walked from station to station to learn about Amelia Earhart, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Benjamin Franklin, […]

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Team members lose hair to help cancer patients

By on October 14, 2014 in Community, Events, News with 0 Comments

The locks were flying Monday as members of the Penn Manor High School girls’ volleyball team and two of their coaches got their heads clipped to benefit programs for people with cancer. It was all part of the “Pony-Tail Gate,” held prior to the team’s final regular-season home game against Warwick. Twelve members of the team agreed to […]

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