Please make sure you are prepared to do our show preview for the Marticville students tomorrow (Thursday) when we return to school. We will also be having practice after school until 4:30.
Don’t forget your costumes!
If so, you should come to the pancake breakfast here at Marticville! Not only will there be pancakes, but there will also be bacon, scrambled eggs, juice, and coffee.
The pancake breakfast will be held in the Marticville cafeteria on Saturday, April 1st, but this is no joke! It will go from 8am-11am. It costs five dollars for adults, three dollars for kids five-ten, and children under five years old are free. Tickets can be ordered by calling Mrs. Bleacher at the school, and they can be purchased at the door.
All teachers, parents, friends, and students are invited. These fluffy and delicious pancakes will be made by your teachers, Ms. Goodhart, Ms. Miller, Mrs. Bitler, Mrs. Gehres, Mrs. Bleacher, Mrs. Wickstrom, Mrs. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Grosh. The pancake breakfast has been held before, but this is the first time it will be hosted at Marticville.
It is being held to raise money for the Marticville Marathons – a group of teachers who raise money for the Relay for Life of Lancaster which is for the American Cancer Society. According to Ms. Goodhart, the best part about organizing the event is sampling the food and raising money for a good cause.
Remember, it’s for a good cause, so please come out to Marticville on April 1st to support Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society. We hope to see you there!
Penn Manor Families
With PSSA testing window approaching, we wanted to be sure to share information with you as soon as possible. By now you should have received the letter from our Assistant Superintendents however, I was remiss in including the planned attachment. Please see the Frequently Asked Questions – Information for Parent and Guardians sheet provided by PDE.
Posted below is important PSSA information from the Penn Manor School District and PDE. Click the links posted below to view larger versions of the information. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you.
PMSD Testing Coordinator
Marticville students, teachers and staff wore BLUE today to support those that had, or are currently struggling with Colon Cancer. We wore our BLUE in honor Mr. Bland who is in his 10th month of survivorship.
Students will be bringing home a letter about the PSSA. Click HERE to view the letter.