Penn Manor COVID-19 Closure Updates

*April 24: Information on updated grading procedures, tech tips available

Penn Manor has updated its grading criteria and procedures for all students for the final marking period. The school district also has released some new technology tips for parents to better follow their children’s progress in online learning.

You can see these updates here on our Remote Learning site. Click on “guidelines for high school” and “K-8 students” for grading details. Click on “tech tips” to learn more on that topic.

*April 17: Prom is cancelled; virtual commencement planned

Penn Manor has cancelled prom and is planning to hold commencement in a virtual format that will include participation by students and families. Learn more here. Please check back for updates on the high school website here.

*April 9: Schools now closed through the end of the 2019-2020 school year

Gov. Wolf has announced that all schools in the state will remain closed through the current school year. Remote learning will continue throughout the school year, based on the district calendar. The last day of school is May 29.

We will provide more information as it becomes available.

*April 8: Restrictions at district outdoor recreational facilities

To help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, all outdoor playgrounds, recreational facilities and fields at Penn Manor schools will be closed until further notice. This closure does not include the walking path at Herr Park.

*April 8: COVID-19 shutdown FAQs for parents regarding Special Education:

Information in English here. Information in Spanish here.

*April 6: New Continuity of Education plan is available here.

The plan explains the remote learning program that Penn Manor teachers will provide for students through the remainder of the shutdown.

*Special education notice from Penn Manor to parents regarding the COVID-19 shutdown is here.

*Mental health and social services resources for students/families are available here.

*Details on Penn Manor’s Food Distribution Program are available here.

*April 3: 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 Millersville Church, 3116 Blue Rock Road.  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

*March 30 update: Penn Manor schools are now closed indefinitely, by order of Governor Wolf.

*FAQs for Penn Manor employees – Updated regularly by administration and HR