Applications now being accepted for 2022-2023 positions

Penn Manor School District is hiring for a variety of positions for the 2022-2023 school year at all of our schools. We have vacancies in teaching and coaching positions, as well as support staff in the following areas:

  • Food service – part-time
  • Custodial – full-time and part-time
  • Secretarial/clerical – full-time
  • Health room nurses and substitute nurses (RN/LPN) – full-time and part-time
  • Cafeteria, building and playground aides – full-time and part-time
  • Title 1 Building Aides – full-time

Penn Manor offers competitive wages and benefits, along with on-the-job training.

You can see our current vacancies on the district’s employment website here.

In addition, you can call our Human Resources Department at 717-872-9500, ext. 2247, to arrange an interview.

For many positions, we offer on-the-spot interviews daily, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., in the Penn Manor School District Offices, 2950 Charlestown Road, Lancaster, PA 17603, located next to Manor Middle School.

Please consider joining our dynamic staff of employees, who are working each day to improve our community, one student at a time!

FREE preschool for 3 and 4 year olds, please consider applying ASAP

Do you have a child who is age 3 or 4 (must be 3 on or before September 1st)? Are you looking for an exceptional school readiness program to kick start your child’s education?  Lancaster County Thrive to Five, also known as Head Start / PreK Counts may be what you are looking for to assist your family.

The Lancaster County Thrive to Five (Head Start and PreK Counts) program offers a 5 hour per day session Monday through Friday providing children with early childhood education emphasizing language, math, science, art, physical activity and social skills, family support services, nutritious meals and health screenings.  This year, there will be a Head Start / PreK Counts classroom at Martic Elementary School and we are hoping to fill a Head Start classroom at Pequea Elementary School. We are currently taking applications to fill these slots. CLICK HERE TO APPLY. You can also call the number below for more information or to begin an application for your child at 717-299-7301 x 3012.

What a Greeting! We made it!

This photo says it all! Can you feel the excitement and anticipation in the air? You will all be missed! Enjoy the summer and we will see many of you in August!

Congratulations to our 6th Graders!

We want to wish our departing 6th graders a fond farewell! It has been a momentous year and I am truly proud of all of their accomplishments. I have no doubt that each and every one of them will go far in life. Parents, thank you for sharing them with us for the past year or more; it has truly been an honor!

Sixth graders – you will be missed! Marticville Middle is getting a fantastic group of Letort students! Make us Letort PROUD!

Love,

Dr. McPherson

Important Information for the End of the Year!

TODAY is the last day of school for Kindergarten students!

The last day of school for Grades 1-6 is tomorrow, Friday, June 3rd.
Dismissal is at 11:30AM.  Car Riders will be dismissed starting at 11:15.

There will be NO BREAKFAST OR LUNCH served tomorrow.

Changes for the 22-23 School Year

At the end of every year, we look to the next school year to see who will be returning and who will be moving on to new adventures. This year one staff member who will be retiring from the building. Mrs. Jacoby will be retiring at the close of this school year. We are excited for this amazing lady! Ms. Drennen will be joining our school team as the new face of the Letort office.

Three of our staff members have new plans for their futures. Mrs. Peart will be transferring to Hambright Elementary to work alongside Mrs. Yoder on their AST team. This has been a passion of hers for years. Our new 2nd grade teacher will be Mrs. Mattern, who has been a teacher in our district for years. Miss Mamas will be returning to school to finish her degrees. Mrs. Moyer will be our new applied engineering teacher. Her love of science and math will go far in her new role! Miss Harnish will be our new 5th grade teacher (pending board approval) and she is quite excited to teach at Letort, where she spent time during her educational field experience last spring.

I know you will help me to wish these employees well as they head into the next stage of life. Thank you for helping me welcome our new team members.

Congratulations to Letort’s Caroline Foltz, Salutatorian for the Class of 2022

Four members of the Class of 2022 will address graduates at this year’s commencement, scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 1, in Millersville University’s Biemesderfer Stadium.

  Please note: The weather forecast is calling for temperatures approaching 90 degrees at the start of the ceremony. There is no shade in the stadium, so we encourage all attendees to dress in light clothing, stay hydrated and seek shade, if necessary, in the stadium concessions area, which will be open.

   Umbrellas may be used for shade prior to the start of the ceremony. Beverages will be available for sale at the concessions stand.  

   The entire ceremony will be livestreamed on the Penn Manor YouTube Channel here.

   This year’s speakers are valedictorian Natalie Krahulik, salutatorian Caroline Foltz, class president Riley Peart, and Emily Riggs.

   Natalie is the daughter of Sheryl and Keith Krahulik of Manor Township.

   At Penn Manor, she participated in theatre, chorus, volleyball, Math National Honor Society and Science National Honor Society.

  After graduation, she plans to attend Grove City College and pursue degrees in mechanical engineering and biomedical engineering.

   Caroline is the daughter of Don and Christy Foltz of Millersville.

   At Penn Manor, she participated in National Honor Society and the Mock Trial team. A year-round swimmer, Caroline was a member of a USA Swimming team.

   She plans to attend the Virginia Tech Honors College, where she will compete on the women’s swimming and diving team, and study English, Linguistics, and International Studies on a pre-law track.

     Riley is the daughter of Megan and Kevin Peart of Manor Township.

     At Penn Manor, she participated in varsity basketball, National Honor Society and MiniTHON, was a committee leader for Student Council, a student ambassador and president of the Class of 2022.

   She plans to attend the University of Maryland at College Park to study biology and public health.

   Emily is the daughter of Cathy and John Riggs of Lancaster.

   At Penn Manor she was a member of the basketball and softball teams, National Honor Society, Varsity Club and MiniTHON.

   Emily plans to attend the University of Maryland, Baltimore County where she will play softball and major in mechanical engineering.

   For tonight’s ceremony, graduates are required to report to the high school auditorium by 5:30 p.m.

   Students and staff members attending commencement will park in the high school parking garage. Other guests are asked to park in designated areas on the Millersville University campus outlined on this map.

   Access to the high school campus will be severely limited before, during and after commencement. Attendees are urged to arrive early to find the best parking. The stadium gates will be open at 6 p.m.

Photo of the four commencement speakers.

Today we Honored the 2022 Graduates of Penn Manor

Today, the Letort staff and students had the distinct honor of celebrating Penn Manor’s 2022 graduates who attended Letort Elementary. We were thrilled to celebrate all their accomplishments and wish you all the luck in your future endeavors. We are Letort proud!

Congratulations to the Class of 2022!

Peanut Butter Safety Recall

Dear Penn Manor Families,

On May 24, Penn Manor School District’s food supplier, Feeser’s Food Distributors, notified the district that Jif peanut butter products included in a voluntary recall were among several food shipments sent to our schools. Penn Manor has taken steps to identify and destroy all products associated with the recall; however, some of the peanut butter was served at our cafeterias over the past several weeks, prior to the recall being issued on May 20. Affected schools include Manor and Marticville Middle Schools and Letort, Martic and Central Manor Elementary Schools.

The recalled peanut butter, which was served in dipping cups, may be linked to a salmonella outbreak across 12 states. Symptoms of salmonella infection may include abdominal pain, diarrhea, fever, nausea, or vomiting. If your child experiences these symptoms, please contact your healthcare provider. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this situation, please contact Courtney Kolp, Penn Manor Director of Food Services, at courtney.kolp@pennmanor.net or (717) 872-9500 ext. 1829.

Calling all seniors ~ Cap and gown walk…

On Tuesday, May 31st at 1:30 PM, all seniors who attended Letort Elementary School are invited to visit Letort wearing their cap and gown.  It is such an inspiration to our elementary students to see the result of working hard all through school.  If you know someone who attended Letort Elementary and is graduating this year, please pass along this information.  If they can RSVP to let us know they will be coming, that would give us an idea of how many to expect; however, it is not a requirement.  Graduates can call the Letort office at 717-872-9530 or email Dr. McPherson at carly.mcpherson@pennmanor.net. We are looking forward to seeing all our Letort graduates so we can help to celebrate your accomplishment. Graduates will gather in the front of the building.