*Online schedules for elementary and secondary.
NEW: COVID-19 total case count for all Penn Manor schools
*Penn Manor Health and Safety Plan – Board Approved August 3, 2020
*Nov. 23: Six additional COVID cases reported at four schools.
*Nov. 20: Important information about new mask, travel orders from Dept. of Health
*Nov. 19: Central Manor to extend online learning; additional cases reported at high school.
*Nov. 18: Individual at Hambright tests positive for COVID-19.
*Nov. 17: Penn Manor High School students to continue online learning through December 4.
*Nov. 16: Five cases reported at high school, Manor Middle and Eshleman Elementary.
Nov. 16: Two COVID cases reported at Conestoga Elementary.
*Nov. 15: COVID cases prompt shift to online learning at HS for November 16-18.
*Nov. 14: Online learning to continue at Central Manor for week of November 16.
*Nov. 12: COVID-19 prompts shift to online learning at Central Manor
*Nov. 11: Central Manor reports two additional COVID-19 cases.
*Nov. 9: Central Manor Elementary reports COVID-19 case.
*Nov. 6: New COVID-19 case reported at high school.
*Nov. 6: Message from superintendent Mike Leichliter regarding the return to in-person learning.
*Nov. 4: Additional COVID-19 case reported at Martic Elementary.
*Nov. 3: School board reaffirms transition to in-person learning beginning November 9.
*Oct. 29: Additional COVID-19 case at high school.
*Oct. 27: Individual at high school tests positive for COVID-19.
*Oct. 22: Individual at high school tests positive for COVID-19.
*Oct. 22: Individual at Eshleman Elementary School tests positive for COVID-19.
*Oct. 16: Individual at Hambright Elementary tests positive for COVID-19.
*Oct. 12: Penn Manor High School shifts to online learning due to COVID cases.
*Oct. 9: Penn Manor reports one positive COVID-19 case at Manor Middle School.
*Oct. 8: Penn Manor reports one positive COVID-19 case at Penn Manor High School.
*Oct. 7: Penn Manor reports one positive COVID-19 case at Marticville Middle School.
*Oct. 5: Penn Manor reports one positive COVID-19 case at Penn Manor High School.
*Oct. 2: Penn Manor reports one positive COVID-19 case at Central Manor Elementary.
*Sept. 27: Penn Manor reports two positive COVID-19 cases at the high school.
Sept. 22: School board approves return to full in-person learning beginning in November.
Free meals are now available for all students
*Student health screening procedures for parents to follow before each school day
*Guidelines announced for spectators for Penn Manor fall sports
*Penn Manor Virtual School families may pick up meals on Sept. 8, 14 and 21, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., at Manor Middle School or Marticville Middle School. Parents will be charged for each meal taken home. Order here.
*August 27: Find out how you can receive meals for your child every day that school is in session.
*August 20: Parents, please have your child bring his/her district-issued laptop to the first day of school. Please complete laptop checkup steps for secondary and elementary before the start of school.
*August 20: The school district has established attendance policies in compliance with the Pennsylvania Department of Education it will follow under the Blended Learning schedule.
*August 19: A limited number of home wifi devices for students without in-home connectivity are available. Please complete this form to register your interest and eligibility.
*August 18: PA Department of Health has updated an order requiring face masks/coverings in schools.
*August 17: PA Department of Education has issued guidelines on responding to COVID-19 cases in schools.
August 13: Free webinars on COVID-19 and schools for school employees and parents.
*August 7: Full details of elementary reopening plan
*Full details of secondary reopening plan
*August 4: Full details of the Blended Learning school reopening plan for the 2020-2021 year.
*Mental health and social services resources for students/families are available here.
*Food, household items available to Penn Manor Community
Every Wednesday, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., community members in need can receive basic staple food products from the Loft at St Paul’s Lutheran Church, 222 N. George St. Millersville. Toiletries are distributed the first Wednesday of every month. Distributions are made on a drive-through basis so recipients do not need to leave their vehicles.
This is for Penn Manor families only, and recipients must provide identification to confirm their residency status.
If you would like to donate food and/or household supplies, learn more here
*IU 13 parent and community resources during the COVID-19 pandemic here
*FAQs for Penn Manor employees – Updated regularly by administration and HR