Title IX-Know Your Rights
Title IX states that: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity. Penn Manor School District complies with all Title IX requirements.
The prohibition on discrimination in employment in Title IX encompasses, but is not limited to, recruitment, advertising, hiring, upgrading, tenure, firing, rates of pay, fringe benefits, leave for pregnancy and childbirth, and participation in employer-sponsored activities. The regulation applies to all employment decisions whether made directly or indirectly through contractual arrangements with referral agencies, labor unions, organizations providing or administering fringe benefits, or others.
For a statement describing the rights and responsibilities of victims of sexual harassment or those who are the subject of complaints, contact Theresa Chiodi, Title IX Coordinator at (717)-872-9500 ext. 2247 or (717)-600-4859 or visit the district’s Title IX menu on the district webpage: www.pennmanor.net/titleIX.
How to Get Help or File a Complaint: If you are not sure whether you should make a formal complaint, you can consult Theresa Chiodi, Title IX coordinator at (717)-872-9500 ext. 2247, (717)-600-4859 or firstname.lastname@example.org.The Title IX coordinator can help you decide if any action needs to be taken and how best to address your situation.
If you believe that you or a PMSD student, employee, volunteer or third party vendor, has been sexually harassed or sexually assaulted, you can report the incident(s) to Theresa Chiodi, Title IX coordinator, using the above contact information, to a building principal or to the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Michael G. Leichliter, (717)-872-9500, ext. 2224 or email@example.com
Teacher Contract/Professional Positions
The 2017-2022 teacher contract (negotiated agreement) is available here.
Interested candidates MUST complete the application process through PA-Educator indicating the corresponding job#.
Technology Education Substitute Teacher – Elementary Schools
Full-time, Long-term Position, Full-year [Benefits included]
*Elementary certification required. Penn Manor will provide an emergency permit for the Tech. Ed. K-12 certification to a qualified candidate if needed*
Support Staff Positions
Apply for Support Staff positions here: https://www.applitrack.com/pennmanor/onlineapp
Substitute Teacher Service Paraprofessionals
Substitute Teacher Service, Inc. (STS) is hiring for Special Education support staff for the 2021-22 school year. We are hiring Elementary/Secondary Personal Care Assistants and Paraprofessionals (Life Skills, Learning Support, Emotional Support), as well as Substitute Support Staff. We are looking for caring, patient individuals to join our team. The hours vary by position, but are typically Monday – Friday, follow the school year calendar, and are approximately 6-6.5 hours each day. The current pay rate is $11.06/hour. No online application is needed prior to sending your resume to Kay Diehl. For detailed information please respond by email to Kay Diehl at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prospective Teacher Substitutes Act 86 of 2016
- Must be currently enrolled in a Pennsylvania approved college or university teacher preparation program.
- Must have a minimum of 60 semester hours or equivalent.
- May teach a maximum of a maximum of 20 days per year.
- Meet requirements of Section 111, 111.1 and 1109 of the School Code related to clearances and moral character.
Penn Manor School District is contracting our substitute management and recruiting responsibilities with Substitute Teacher Service (STS). Please visit the STS website at www.thesubservice.com or call 717-391-7827 for more information. E.O.E.
Important FBI Fingerprinting Clearance Notice for Employees, & Volunteers
Pennsylvania has initiated a vendor change in the FBI fingerprint process. The new vendor is IdentoGo. Please review the Clearance Instructions below before you attempt to obtain your FBI Fingerprints.
Act 150 of 2015 requires ALL prospective employees, current employees, independent contractors and volunteers to get and renew criminal background checks (both Pennsylvania State Police as well as FBI) and child abuse clearances on a five-year cycle. More information about the application process for these clearances is available here: Clearance Instructions
Penn Manor School District is a drug-free work place. We are committed to a safe, healthy and productive workplace for all employees while maintaining a drug-free educational environment for school aged children.
The pre-employment drug testing program will require any prospective employee recommended for employment with Penn Manor to undergo drug testing as part of an overall medical assessment. Recommendation for employment is contingent upon a successful pre-employment drug screening test and School Board approval.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable a qualified individual with a disability or disabilities to perform the primary duties and responsibilities of the job.
Penn Manor School District is an equal opportunity institute and it will not discriminate on basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap in its activities, programs or employment practices as required by Title VI, Title IX and Section 504. For more information regarding civil rights and grievance procedures, contact Theresa Chiodi, Title IX Coordinator, Penn Manor School District, Millersville, PA 17551, 717-872-9500.