Seniors: Submit Now
Celebrate Penn Manor Seniors: a slideshow that will be played before and after the Graduation Ceremony
What we need:
1. First and Last Name
2. School you will be attending and your major, or the occupation and/or company you will work for.
3. A picture of you
Email all of the above to email@example.com by Monday, June 3rd, 2019. Please make sure that you use the email link above..it needs to be firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see Mrs. Marsh or Mr. Himes with any question or concerns!
A DVD of Penn Manor High School ‐ Class of 2019 Graduation Ceremony can be ordered through the mail or online. Please click Penn Manor Graduation DVD Order Form 2019 for information about how to order.
All seniors are invited to visit the elementary school in Penn Manor that you attended. You are asked to wear your cap and gown. The elementary teachers and students would like to celebrate your accomplishments. Your appearance serves as an inspiration to the elementary students, who get to see the result of what working hard, throughout school, can do. The elementary schools look forward to seeing all of the graduates, so we can help to celebrate your accomplishment. Seniors, please plan to visit your elementary school at the following dates and times:
On June 3rd :
LeTort Elementary: Monday, June 3rd from 2-2:30 PM
On June 4th :
Central Manor Elementary: Tuesday, June 4th from 2-2:30 PM
Conestoga Elementary: Tuesday, June 4th from 2-2:30
Eshleman Elementary: Tuesday, June 4th at 12:45 PM
Hambright Elementary: Tuesday, June 4th at 2:30 PM
Martic Elementary: Tuesday, June 4th at 12:45 PM
Pequea Elementary: Tuesday, June 4th from 1:30-2:00 PM
This year’s approach to LNP prom coverage is a way that is reader- and community-driven through our website and through social media in an effort to encourage students, parents, grandparents and schools to share photos directly with us so that we can, in turn, share them with the broader community.
Readers, students and schools can submit photos in several ways:
- Check for a Facebook post on LNP – LancasterOnline’s page the night of prom seeking submissions from readers directly in the comments.
- Tag your photos with #lnpprom2019 on Instagram and other social media.
- Submit your photos directly on our website here: www.lancasteronline.com/prom or bitly.com/lnpprom2019. Follow the instructions to submit your photos, and once they are approved, check back to share with your family and friends.
If you have questions, please contact Tom Murse (email@example.com) and Ted Sickler (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the LancasterOnline digital staff (email@example.com).
Due to the forecast of strong thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon and evening, we will need to cancel Spring Fling. The construction project at the high school will not allow for the event to be moved indoors.
Thank you for your flexibility.
There are only 2 days left to order a yearbook. Order by 4/19/2019 at www.jostensyearbooks.com
The Byrnes Health Education Center will be presenting a school-wide assembly on Tuesday, March 12th, 2019. The Byrnes Health Education Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and inspiring people of all ages to make healthy choices. The focus of the presentation will be Sexual Harassment and Healthy versus Unhealthy Relationships.
This one hour presentation will start with students learning about Sexual Harassment. What is Sexual Harassment? What are the types of behaviors that may be considered “unwanted attention” of a sexual nature? Students will learn how to identify sexual harassment, what to do about it, and if unchecked, how it can affect the school environment.
The second half of the presentation will focus on healthy versus unhealthy dating relationships. What does a HEALTHY dating relationship look like? Would you know if you were in a UNHEALTHY dating relationship? Students will learn about setting relationship “boundaries” and maintaining a balance between a dating relationship and other life activities.
The presentation will use Audience Response technology to allow students to interact with the presenters. The objective of the presentation is to equip and empower students to identify destructive behaviors within social relationships and have the courage to reject or speak out against those who engage in these behaviors.
We look forward to this presentation and the positive impact it will have on our students.