Penn Manor families may qualify for low-cost internet service
Penn Manor families may be eligible to participate in a federal program that provides a $30 per month discount on internet service fees, plus a $100 discount on a computer/ tablet purchase. The program is open to families whose income is 200 percent of the poverty guidelines or less. Learn more: Affordable Internet English Affordable Internet Spanish
Registration now open for Penn Manor Youth Baseball and Softball
Rec basketball program seeking players for 2022-2023
The Penn Manor Youth Recreation and Travel Basketball program is seeking boys and girls in kinderarten through grade 12 to participate in the upcoming season. Learn more here.
Quarryville Library offers fall programs for preschoolers through teenagers
Quarryville Library is offering a variety of programs for children of all ages, from preschool to teenagers, this fall. Learn more: Quarryville Library activities
Girls on the Run program offered at Letort, Martic, Central Manor and Eshleman
Girls on the Run is a nonprofit program that combines training for a 5K with lessons that inspire girls to make healthy choices and develop life skills. GOTR is open to girls in grades 3 through 5. You can register here. Letort practices are Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning the week of September 12. The Letort head coach is Karen Giffin at firstname.lastname@example.org Eshleman practices are Mondays and Wednesdays beginning September 12. The Eshleman head coach is Caitlin Tran at email@example.com.
Bible2School program offered at Letort, Conestoga, Pequea and Central Manor schools
Bible2School is accepting registrations for Penn Manor students in grades 2, 3 and 4 to attend free elective Bible classes during the school day. The students are bused to a nearby church, where volunteers engage them in worship and Bible stories. You can learn more and register here.
YWCA offers before- and after-school programs at Penn Manor schools
The YWCA is offering before- and after-school programs for students at Penn Manor elementary schools. Learn more: YWCA Penn Manor Before-After School Care Flyer
Lead-Free Families program offers resources to parents
Penn Medicine Lancaster General’s Lead-Free Families program offers lead screenings, in-home testing and remediation and other services designed to reduce lead poisoning among children. Learn more online here. You can read the flyer here: Lead-free families flyer.
Good News Club registration under way
Registration is under way for the Good News Club, a free, online, Bible-based club available to Penn Manor students in kindergarten through grade 6 beginning in November. More information: Good News Club flyer 2021
Girl Scout members, volunteers sought
For more information, see flyer: Girl Scouts flyer
Special needs parent support group forms
A new support group, Penn Manor SNaPS, has formed for parents of special needs students. For more information, see below:
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