Special Education Information Series

How to Help Students with Disabilities Cope with Anxiety

Continuing our informational series started last year, guest speaker Dr. Pia Fenimore from Lancaster Pediatrics will present information on how to recognize signs of anxiety and stress in students with disabilities and how to help them.

When:             Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Where:            Manor Middle School – Library

2950 Charlestown Road

Lancaster, PA 17603

(enter through Manor Middle School main entrance and follow signs)

Time:               6:30-7:30pm

RSVP:              Julie Yost (717) 872-9500, extension 3822 or julie.yost@pennmanor.net

Join Us!

Special Needs Parent Support (SNaPS)

information • ideas • resources • sharing • empathy • friendship

Schools briefly placed on lockdown

September 28, 2016
Three Penn Manor schools were under partial lockdown Wednesday afternoon as a precaution while police searched for a suspect near Quarryville. Upon recommendation of police, Martic and Pequea Elementary and Marticville Middle School were placed on partial lockdown around 1 p.m. as state police were searching for a suspect in the 900 block of Lancaster Pike. The suspect was apprehended around 1:30 p.m., and the lockdown was lifted.

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Back to School Night (PLEASE BRING YOUR CHILD’S SCHEDULE)

Hello Parents and Guardians!!
Reminder that Back to School Night is tomorrow, Thursday, September 22, 2016, from 5:00-7:00 PM. It is an open house format, so you are welcome to come and go as your schedule allows. Teachers will be here and available to answer general questions about their particular courses. If you have specific concerns about a subject, you are asked to please set up a time to meet or chat by phone for another day with that teacher due to the large number of parents and guardians who come to the event.
ALSO –
All students at Marticville Middle School will be participating in the YES! program on October 27th. YES! offers students a chance explore careers as well as teach them finical responsibility through six unique sessions. Classroom volunteers are needed to help facilitate these sessions. A representative from YES! will be attending Back to School Night to answer any questions. A poster with more information is being attached along with contact information. We look forward to getting our Marticville community involved in this great day!
Thank you!

Marticville’s Bus 165 is running 20 minutes late this afternoon due to elementary early dismissal.