PM Bulletin 2021 -22

Thursday, June 2, 2022, Flex Day 4

The weight room will be open June 2nd normal hours, Friday, June 3rd 10:30-12, Next week June 6th -June 9th 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Penn Manor will be offering physicals to all Middle School and High School Student/Athletes on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 in the Nurse’s Office at Penn Manor High School (from 8 AM to 11 AM). The cost is $20. Checks can be made payable to Dr. Tim Weaver. This is the only date in the summer for a physical at the school. Athletes will need to go to their doctor, Urgent Care or a licensed practice to receive a physical prior to the first day of school practice.

The girls’ bowling team (Willow Hee, Lacey Slaymaker, Eva Brubaker, Hope Leaman and Kayla Wasche) will be participating in the US High School Bowling Nationals in Louisville, KY. They will be bowling on June 18 and 19 and if they qualify, they will continue on to the finals on June 20. The team qualified for the Nationals by ending in the top 4 teams in states.

Attention Juniors and Sophomores planning to attend the CTC for the 22-23 school year. If you would like to request help paying for your CTC uniform and or supplies please complete the Penn Manor Application for Financial aid that is posted in your class google classroom. Please note that the form must be completed by June 3! Please apply if this would be helpful to you and your family! If you have any questions at all please email your school counselor.

Summer Volunteer Opportunity at IU13 Camps. They are looking for responsible student volunteers, entering Grades 9-12 or college students, who are good role models and will engage with all campers in a positive way. If you have any questions or want to apply to be a summer camp volunteer, please email enrichment@iu13.org or go to the counseling blog for more information.

Wednesday, June 1, 2022, Flex Day 3

Penn Manor will be offering physicals to all Middle School and High School Student/Athletes on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 in the Nurse’s Office at Penn Manor High School (from 8 AM to 11 AM). The cost is $20. Checks can be made payable to Dr. Tim Weaver. This is the only date in the summer for a physical at the school. Athletes will need to go to their doctor, Urgent Care or a licensed practice to receive a physical prior to the first day of school practice.

The girls’ bowling team (Willow Hee, Lacey Slaymaker, Eva Brubaker, Hope Leaman and Kayla Wasche) will be participating in the US High School Bowling Nationals in Louisville, KY. They will be bowling on June 18 and 19 and if they qualify, they will continue on to the finals on June 20. The team qualified for the Nationals by ending in the top 4 teams in states.

Summer Volunteer Opportunity at IU13 Camps. They are looking for responsible student volunteers, entering Grades 9-12 or college students, who are good role models and will engage with all campers in a positive way. If you have any questions or want to apply to be a summer camp volunteer, please email enrichment@iu13.org or go to the counseling blog for more information.

Tuesday, May 31, 2022, Flex Day 2

The girls softball team will be playing at the District III semifinals today at 4:30 PM. The game will be played at Manor Middle School vs. Warwick. Good luck girls!

The girls’ bowling team (Willow Hee, Lacey Slaymaker, Eva Brubaker, Hope Leaman and Kayla Wasche) will be participating in the US High School Bowling Nationals in Louisville, KY. They will be bowling on June 18 and 19 and if they qualify, they will continue on to the finals on June 20. The team qualified for the Nationals by ending in the top 4 teams in states. 

Penn Manor will be offering physicals to all Middle School and High School Student/Athletes on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 in the Nurse’s Office at Penn Manor High School (from 8 AM to 11 AM). The cost is $20. Checks can be made payable to Dr. Tim Weaver. This is the only date in the summer for a physical at the school. Athletes will need to go to their doctor, Urgent Care or a licensed practice to receive a physical prior to the first day of school practice.

Summer Volunteer Opportunity at IU13 Camps. They are looking for responsible student volunteers, entering Grades 9-12 or college students, who are good role models and will engage with all campers in a positive way. If you have any questions or want to apply to be a summer camp volunteer, please email enrichment@iu13.org or go to the counseling blog for more information.

Attention Juniors and Sophomores planning to attend the CTC for the 22-23 school year. If you would like to request help paying for your CTC uniform and or supplies please complete the Penn Manor Application for Financial aid that is posted in your class google classroom. Please note that the form must be completed by June 3! Please apply if this would be helpful to you and your family! If you have any questions at all please email your school counselor.

We want to recognize a group of individuals who have been doing a great job and have earned a prize for “being caught doing something good.” Your teachers have recognized your efforts and appreciate what you are doing to finish the school year strong. The following students should report to the main office to claim their prize! Each student listed below will receive a $10 gift card to a local establishment as a thank you for making Penn Manor a better place! Congrats and we are proud of you! Adams Lydia 10 Ames Abigail 11 Augustine Hipple 9 Booth Aidan 10 Broderick Logan 11 Brown Aaliyah 9 Chhantyal Sakshyam 9 Crenshaw-Ygarza Tina 9 Dearolf Hunter 10 Erb Ben 10 Fabian Guererro Medina 9 Fahey Patrick 11 Foltz Caroline 12 Harrison Whited 9 Hendon Isaiah 10 Kreider McCabe 12 Lee Brianna 10 Moenga GG 11 Morrell Christian “Brock” 12 Neuman Kennedy 10 Paterson Audrey 12 Pearce Kyshawn 9 Roop Morgan 10 Salvatori Arianna 10 Shirk Taylor 12 Smith Aidan 12 Smith Corinne 10 Vinson Carter 10 Weber Carley 11.

Penn Manor! The Pie Royale fundraiser has been extended for one final day due to a 3-way tie for 5th place. Remember the top-5 winner will be pied. As of Friday afternoon the leaderboard shows Mr. Urban bumping up to 1st place, Mrs. Ames in 2nd place, Mr. Kramer in 4th, and a tie between Mr. Carrodo, Ms. Gagne, and Mrs. Marsh for 5th place. Mr. Fowler is still off the leaderboard and Mrs. Marsh is barely holding on. Come out and support your Freshman class one final day! The event will occur this Friday during grade-level ceremonies.

Wednesday, May 25, 2022, Flex Day 3

Attention Juniors and Sophomores planning to attend the CTC for the 22-23 school year. If you would like to request help paying for your CTC uniform and or supplies please complete the Penn Manor Application for Financial aid that is posted in your class google classroom. Please note that the form must be completed by June 3! Please apply if this would be helpful to you and your family! If you have any questions at all please email your school counselor.

If you want to explore exciting careers in aviation, check out the FREE Summer Camp offered at the Lancaster Airport. Students will enjoy a unique hands-on experience at Lancaster Airport, hosted by EMU at Lancaster, Aero-Tech Services, Inc., and the Lancaster STEM Alliance. The program will run from June 22-24th from 9:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. each day. Find the link to application on the Counseling blog, or email your counselor.

This Friday is the last Donut Friday to support Minithon. Bring $2 for your donut and drink in the morning. Thank you for your ongoing support!

Attention Seniors going on the class trip: Please check your email for further information about the class trip on May 27th to Hershey Park. If you have any questions about the information in the email, please contact Mr. Feger or Mr. Carrodo.

Penn Manor! Monday was the first day of the Class of 2025’s Pie Royale fundraiser. In the lead, with the most collections so far, is Mrs. Marsh. Second place is Mr. Fowler and in third place is Mr. Urban. Top 5 staff members will be pied on June 3rd during grade level ceremonies. Collections will be happening all week during lunches. All donations welcome and will help add to a staff member of your choice.

Attention! All students taking AP courses next year… Go to www.tinyurl.com/pennmanorAP22 for the schedule of mandatory pre-summer meetings and to find information about summer work. Email the teacher listed if you have any questions.

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

This Friday is the last Donut Friday to support Minithon. Bring $2 for your donut and drink in the morning. Thank you for your ongoing support!

Congratulations to the following athletes that competed in the District Meet for track and field. They included GG Moenga, Kaleb Kabakjian, Leo Medvedkin, Jael Cruz, and Jay Kleinhaus. Jay had a throw of 49-11.25 in the shot put which earned him second place and a trip to the state championships next weekend at Shippensburg University!

Sports Year in review: The following teams were SECTION CHAMPS this academic year: Girls Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Basketball, and Girls Varsity Soccer. It is ALWAYS a great day to be a Comet!

Attention Seniors going on the class trip: Please check your email for further information about the class trip on May 27th to Hershey Park. If you have any questions about the information in the email, please contact Mr. Feger or Mr. Carrodo.

Attention Juniors and Sophomores planning to attend the CTC for the 22-23 school year. If you would like to request help paying for your CTC uniform and or supplies please complete the Penn Manor Application for Financial aid that is posted in your class google classroom. Please note that the form must be completed by June 3! Please apply if this would be helpful to you and your family! If you have any questions at all please email your school counselor.

Monday, May 23, 2022, Flex Day 1

Congratulations to the following athletes that competed in the District Meet for track and field. They included GG Moenga, Kaleb Kabakjian, Leo Medvedkin, Jael Cruz, and Jay Kleinhaus. Jay had a throw of 49-11.25 in the shot put which earned him second place and a trip to the state championships next weekend at Shippensburg University!

Sports Year in review: The following teams were SECTION CHAMPS this academic year: Girls Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Basketball, and Girls Varsity Soccer. It is ALWAYS a great day to be a Comet!

All books are due back in the library. Summer checkout will begin the last week of school.

Attention! All students taking AP courses next year… Go to www.tinyurl.com/pennmanorAP22 for the schedule of mandatory pre-summer meetings and to find information about summer work. Email the teacher listed if you have any questions.

Attention Seniors going on the class trip: Please check your email for further information about the class trip on May 27th to Hershey Park. If you have any questions about the information in the email, please contact Mr. Feger or Mr. Carrodo.

Attention Juniors and Sophomores planning to attend the CTC for the 22-23 school year. If you would like to request help paying for your CTC uniform and or supplies please complete the Penn Manor Application for Financial aid that is posted in your class google classroom. Please note that the form must be completed by June 3! Please apply if this would be helpful to you and your family! If you have any questions at all please email your school counselor.

Friday, May 20, 2022 – Friday Flex

Attention seniors: This is a very important reminder, all obligations must be paid by today in order to participate in graduation and receive your diploma. Please see Mrs. Andes if you have any questions.

The class of 2025 is hosting a Pie Royale on June 3rd during grade level award ceremonies. All students and staff can get their chance to see one of our high school staff get pied. Here is how it works…

Sports Year in review: The following teams were SECTION CHAMPS this academic year: Girls Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Basketball, and Girls Varsity Soccer. It is ALWAYS a great day to be a Comet!

Congratulations to the girls softball team as they won the LANCASTER LEBANON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP last night (show team picture). The varsity girls softball team beat Lampeter-Strasburg 11-1. Senior Audrey Paterson had a homerun and sophomore Kira Green had a homerun. Congrats to the team as they head into district playoffs next week.

All books are due back in the library. Summer checkout will begin the last week of school.

Attention Juniors! During Friday Flex, please respond to a survey posted to the Class of 2023’s Google Classroom. Your Post Prom is only a year away and we want your input! So, please share your opinions on activities and food for Post Prom 2023.

Attention! All students taking AP courses next year… Go to www.tinyurl.com/pennmanorAP22 for the schedule of mandatory pre-summer meetings and to find information about summer work. Email the teacher listed if you have any questions.

Attention Seniors who purchased graduation announcements: Your graduation announcements will be here at the High School on Monday, May 23rd. We will be handing them out in the High School cafeteria beginning at 7:15 a.m. Please stop and pick them up at that time.

Attention Seniors going on the class trip: Please check your email for further information about the class trip on May 27th to Hershey Park. If you have any questions about the information in the email, please contact Mr. Feger or Mr. Carrodo.

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Attention Seniors: Library books are now past due, any books not returned will be entered as an obligation. All obligations must be paid by Friday, May 20th in order to participate in graduation and receive your diploma. Please see Mrs. Andes if you have any questions.

Juniors it’s time for your senior yearbook photos. An appointment has been assigned for every student in the junior class. If you have not received your appointment card in the mail check for it by scanning the QR code on the hall TVs or stop by to check the list on the counter outside the attendance office. Boys must wear a shirt and tie. Suit coats are recommended Girls must have on a sleeved blouse. Nothing sleeveless or with spaghetti straps. If you need to reschedule your appointment go to Prestigeportraits.com.

Attention Juniors and Sophomores planning to attend the CTC for the 22-23 school year. If you would like to request help paying for your CTC uniform and or supplies please complete the Penn Manor Application for Financial aid that is posted in your class google classroom. Please note that the form must be completed by June 3! Please apply if this would be helpful to you and your family! If you have any questions at all please email your school counselor.

Attention Seniors going on the class trip: Please check your email for further information about the class trip on May 27th to Hershey Park. If you have any questions about the information in the email, please contact Mr. Feger or Mr. Carrodo.

Attention Seniors who purchased graduation announcements: Your graduation announcements will be here at the High School on Monday, May 23rd. We will be handing them out in the High School cafeteria beginning at 7:15 a.m. Please stop and pick them up at that time.

Penn Manor’s Boys Lacrosse team began their postseason Tuesday night with a first-round districts game at Red Lion. It was a barn burner of a game with teams trading goals into the 4th quarter, where Penn Manor led 10-9 with possession and just over three minutes to go. The Comets had an untimely late turnover with under 20 seconds remaining, but the Lions just couldn’t find the back of the net to send the game into overtime. Junior Adam Hollinger led all goal scorers with four goals during the contest, helping to secure a hard-fought 10-9 victory for the boys in blue. The Comets march on and will face Central York on Friday evening in the second round of districts.

Attention! All students taking AP courses next year… Go to www.tinyurl.com/pennmanorAP22 for the schedule of mandatory pre-summer meetings and to find information about summer work. Email the teacher listed if you have any questions.

Wednesday, May 18, 2022, Flex Day 3

Congratulations to Penn Manor Varsity Rocket League, who defeated Central Bucks High School 3 to 2 in the Semifinals for P.I.E.A.s Spring Fling last Friday. This moves the team into the state finals against Avonworth High School from Pittsburgh. Stay tune to our twitter for game time and where to watch.

Attention Seniors who purchased graduation announcements: Your graduation announcements will be here at the High School on Monday, May 23rd. We will be handing them out in the High School cafeteria beginning at 7:15 a.m. Please stop and pick them up at that time.

Attention Seniors going on the class trip: Please check your email for further information about the class trip on May 27th to Hershey Park. If you have any questions about the information in the email, please contact Mr. Feger or Mr. Carrodo.

Congratulations to the Penn Manor Track and Field Team! They competed in leagues this weekend and several athletes medaled in their events. Trevor Schneider took 8th in High Jump, Drew Lebo was 8th in Triple Jump, Leo Medvedkin earned 2nd in Pole Vault, Jael Cruz was 4th in Discus, Dhamir Wesley finished 7th in Javelin, Jay Kleinhaus earned 1st place in Shot Put with teammate Evan Jurgensen taking 7th place, and GG Moenga finished 4th in Shot Put. GG, Jay, Jael, and Leo will be competing this weekend in the District meet at Shippensburg University!

Juniors it’s time for your senior yearbook photos. An appointment has been assigned for every student in the junior class. If you have not received your appointment card in the mail check for it by scanning the QR code on the hall TVs or stop by to check the list on the counter outside the attendance office. Boys must wear a shirt and tie. Suit coats are recommended Girls must have on a sleeved blouse. Nothing sleeveless or with spaghetti straps. If you need to reschedule your appointment go to Prestigeportraits.com.

Attention Seniors: Library books are now past due, any books not returned will be entered as an obligation. All obligations must be paid by Friday, May 20th in order to participate in graduation and receive your diploma. Please see Mrs. Andes if you have any questions.

Tuesday, May 17, 2022, Flex Day 2

Come out and support the softball team tonight at Millersville University at 7:00 PM as they take on Solanco in LL League semi-finals. Good Luck Girls!

Congratulations to the Penn Manor Track and Field Team! They competed in leagues this weekend and several athletes medaled in their events. Trevor Schneider took 8th in High Jump, Drew Lebo was 8th in Triple Jump, Leo Medvedkin earned 2nd in Pole Vault, Jael Cruz was 4th in Discus, Dhamir Wesley finished 7th in Javelin, Jay Kleinhaus earned 1st place in Shot Put with teammate Evan Jurgensen taking 7th place, and GG Moenga finished 4th in Shot Put. GG, Jay, Jael, and Leo will be competing this weekend in the District meet at Shippensburg University!

Attention Juniors and Sophomores planning to attend the CTC for the 22-23 school year. If you would like to request help paying for your CTC uniform and or supplies please complete the Penn Manor Application for Financial aid that is posted in your class google classroom. Please note that the form must be completed by June 3! Please apply if this would be helpful to you and your family! If you have any questions at all please email your school counselor.

Juniors it’s time for your senior yearbook photos. An appointment has been assigned for every student in the junior class. If you have not received your appointment card in the mail check for it by scanning the QR code on the hall TVs or stop by to check the list on the counter outside the attendance office. Boys must wear a shirt and tie. Suit coats are recommended Girls must have on a sleeved blouse. Nothing sleeveless or with spaghetti straps. If you need to reschedule your appointment go to Prestigeportraits.com.

Attention Juniors, Successful completion of Penn Manor’s graduation project Xello lessons is a graduation requirement. Students are expected to have the 9 required Xello lessons completed by the end of the school year. Current juniors who have not received their Golden Ticket of completion for the Xello requirements have until Friday, May 20 to complete the required 9 lessons and have their work reviewed by a teacher to receive their Golden Ticket. Juniors who have not completed the requirements will be required to report to school on Tuesday, May 24 during the asynchronous Keystone testing day to complete all school work and the Xello lessons. Students who do not complete the required Xello lessons by the end of the year will lose all senior privileges including parking passes and ability to attend Homecoming. Please see your counselor with questions and make completing the Xello lessons a priority.

Attention Seniors: Library books are now past due, any books not returned will be entered as an obligation. All obligations must be paid by Friday, May 20th in order to participate in graduation and receive your diploma. Please see Mrs. Andes if you have any questions.

Attention Boys’ Soccer players. There will be a soccer informational meeting for boys entering grades 7-12 in the high school cafeteria on Tuesday, May 17 at 7pm? Please plan to attend if you’re planning to tryout next fall.

There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in Varsity Cross Country on Wednesday, May 18th at 3:00 pm in the High School cafeteria. During this time the coaches will discuss summer training, team guidelines and answer questions about the upcoming season. If you are unable to attend, information will be available in the Athletic Director’s Office.

Thank you to all the students who submitted designs for Aevidum’s t-shirt. Congratulations to junior Amber Floyd for helping to design the front of t-shirt. (show aevidum front image) And congrats to senior Camryn Thorne for helping to design the back of the t-shirt (show aevidum back image). Amber and Camryn will be getting a FREE t-shirt as well as other artists who submitted great designs – senior Jaiden Lepez and freshman Nicole Hollinger. Aevidum reminds you during mental health week that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. THERE IS HELP AND HOPE.

Monday, May 16, 2022, Flex Day 1

Congratulations to the Penn Manor Track and Field Team! They competed in leagues this weekend and several athletes medaled in their events. Trevor Schneider took 8th in High Jump, Drew Lebo was 8th in Triple Jump, Leo Medvedkin earned 2nd in Pole Vault, Jael Cruz was 4th in Discus, Dhamir Wesley finished 7th in Javelin, Jay Kleinhaus earned 1st place in Shot Put with teammate Evan Jurgensen taking 7th place, and GG Moenga finished 4th in Shot Put. GG, Jay, Jael, and Leo will be competing this weekend in the District meet at Shippensburg University!

Juniors it’s time for your senior yearbook photos. An appointment has been assigned for every student in the junior class. If you have not received your appointment card in the mail check for it by scanning the QR code on the hall TVs or stop by to check the list on the counter outside the attendance office. Boys must wear a shirt and tie. Suit coats are recommended Girls must have on a sleeved blouse. Nothing sleeveless or with spaghetti straps. If you need to reschedule your appointment go to Prestigeportraits.com.

Attention Juniors and Sophomores planning to attend the CTC for the 22-23 school year. If you would like to request help paying for your CTC uniform and or supplies please complete the Penn Manor Application for Financial aid that is posted in your class google classroom. Please note that the form must be completed by June 3! Please apply if this would be helpful to you and your family! If you have any questions at all please email your school counselor.

Thank you to all the students who submitted designs for Aevidum’s t-shirt. Congratulations to junior Amber Floyd for helping to design the front of t-shirt. (show aevidum front image) And congrats to senior Camryn Thorne for helping to design the back of the t-shirt (show aevidum back image). Amber and Camryn will be getting a FREE t-shirt as well as other artists who submitted great designs – senior Jaiden Lepez and freshman Nicole Hollinger. Aevidum reminds you during mental health week that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. THERE IS HELP AND HOPE.

There will be a boys soccer information meeting Tuesday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in Varsity Cross Country on Wednesday, May 18th at 3:00 pm in the High School cafeteria. During this time the coaches will discuss summer training, team guidelines and answer questions about the upcoming season. If you are unable to attend, information will be available in the Athletic Director’s Office.

Attention Seniors: Library books are now past due, any books not returned will be entered as an obligation. All obligations must be paid by Friday, May 20th in order to participate in graduation and receive your diploma. Please see Mrs. Andes if you have any questions.

Thursday, May 12, 2022, Flex Day 4

Seniors: Please return all library books by the end of this week.

Congrats again to co-captain and senior Keegan Dings who scored 100 goals in her career as a varsity lacrosse player. The girls lacrosse team and boys varsity baseball are playing home at 4pm tonight. Come to Comet Thank you to all the students who submitted designs for Aevidum’s t-shirt. Congratulations to junior Amber Floyd for helping to design the front of t-shirt. (show aevidum front image) And congrats to senior Camryn Thorne for helping to design the back of the t-shirt (show aevidum back image). Amber and Camryn will be getting a FREE t-shirt as well as other artists who submitted great designs – senior Jaiden Lepez and freshman Nicole Hollinger. Aevidum reminds you during mental health week that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. THERE IS HELP AND HOPE.

Congratulations to Varsity Lacrosse co-captain Keegan Dings who made her 100th career goal last Friday night. Come support the varsity girls lacrosse team at 4pm tonight.

There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in Varsity Cross Country on Wednesday, May 18th at 3:00 pm in the High School cafeteria. During this time the coaches will discuss summer training, team guidelines and answer questions about the upcoming season. If you are unable to attend, information will be available in the Athletic Director’s Office.

CTC New Student orientation is this week, Thursday, May 12th at 6pm. Students will attend the orientation at the campus they will attend in the Fall.

Juniors it’s time for your senior yearbook photos. An appointment has been assigned for every student in the junior class. If you have not received your appointment card in the mail check for it by scanning the QR code on the hall TVs or stop by to check the list on the counter outside the attendance office. Boys must wear a shirt and tie. Suit coats are recommended Girls must have on a sleeved blouse. Nothing sleeveless or with spaghetti straps. If you need to reschedule your appointment go to Prestigeportraits.com.

Attention Students, Over the past several weeks counselors and administrators have met with students who have a credit deficit to discuss the option of the summer ReACH Program. Students wishing to take advantage of this credit recovery option must return their permission slips by Friday, May 13. Please see your counselor or grade level administrator with any questions.

There will be a boys soccer information meeting Tuesday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

Attention Juniors, Successful completion of Penn Manor’s graduation project Xello lessons is a graduation requirement. Students are expected to have the 9 required Xello lessons completed by the end of the school year. Current juniors who have not received their Golden Ticket of completion for the Xello requirements have until Friday, May 20 to complete the required 9 lessons and have their work reviewed by a teacher to receive their Golden Ticket. Juniors who have not completed the requirements will be required to report to school on Tuesday, May 24 during the asynchronous Keystone testing day to complete all school work and the Xello lessons. Students who do not complete the required Xello lessons by the end of the year will lose all senior privileges including parking passes and ability to attend Homecoming. Please see your counselor with questions and make completing the Xello lessons a priority.

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Snyder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

Wednesday, May 11, 2022, Flex Day 3

There will be no Comet Nation meeting during block 3 flex today. All Comet Nation members should report to their normal block 3 flex location.

The Varsity Girls Softball team celebrated senior night last night. They beat Cedar Crest 4-2. Congrats to seniors Audrey Paterson, Emily Riggs, and Erin Stevens.

Congratulations to Penn Manor Varsity Rocket League for defeating Carmichael High School in the quarterfinals of PIEA’s Spring fling. They came off a 5 and 1 regular season. This advances them to the semifinals, happening later this week.

Thank you to all the students who submitted designs for Aevidum’s t-shirt. Congratulations to junior Amber Floyd for helping to design the front of t-shirt. (show aevidum front image) And congrats to senior Camryn Thorne for helping to design the back of the t-shirt (show aevidum back image). Amber and Camryn will be getting a FREE t-shirt as well as other artists who submitted great designs – senior Jaiden Lepez and freshman Nicole Hollinger. Aevidum reminds you during mental health week that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. THERE IS HELP AND HOPE.

Congratulations to Varsity Lacrosse co-captain Keegan Dings who made her 100th career goal last Friday night. Come support the varsity girls lacrosse team at 4pm tonight.

“There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in Varsity Cross Country on Tuesday, May 17th at 3:00 pm in the High School cafeteria. During this time the coaches will discuss summer training, team guidelines and answer questions about the upcoming season. If you are unable to attend, information will be available in the Athletic Director’s Office.

CTC New Student orientation is this week, Thursday, May 12th at 6pm. Students will attend the orientation at the campus they will attend in the Fall.

Juniors it’s time for your senior yearbook photos. An appointment has been assigned for every student in the junior class. If you have not received your appointment card in the mail check for it by scanning the QR code on the hall TVs or stop by to check the list on the counter outside the attendance office. Boys must wear a shirt and tie. Suit coats are recommended Girls must have on a sleeved blouse. Nothing sleeveless or with spaghetti straps. If you need to reschedule your appointment go to Prestigeportraits.com.

Attention Students, Over the past several weeks counselors and administrators have met with students who have a credit deficit to discuss the option of the summer ReACH Program. Students wishing to take advantage of this credit recovery option must return their permission slips by Friday, May 13. Please see your counselor or grade level administrator with any questions.

There will be a boys soccer information meeting Tuesday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Flex Day 2

Attention comet nation members, there will be no meeting today for Comet Nation during Block 2 flex.

The Boys JV and Varsity Volleyball teams beat Manheim Township last night. They play Warwick at home Wednesday. Come out and support the team.

Penn Manor Softball players became SECTION ONE CHAMPIONS last week. Keep up the good work softball players as you head into the quarterfinal games this weekend!

CTC New Student orientation is this week, Thursday, May 12th at 6pm. Students will attend the orientation at the campus they will attend in the Fall.

Juniors it’s time for your senior yearbook photos. An appointment has been assigned for every student in the junior class. If you have not received your appointment card in the mail check for it by scanning the QR code on the hall TVs or stop by to check the list on the counter outside the attendance office. Boys must wear a shirt and tie. Suit coats are recommended Girls must have on a sleeved blouse. Nothing sleeveless or with spaghetti straps. If you need to reschedule your appointment go to Prestigeportraits.com.

Attention Students, Over the past several weeks counselors and administrators have met with students who have a credit deficit to discuss the option of the summer ReACH Program. Students wishing to take advantage of this credit recovery option must return their permission slips by Friday, May 13. Please see your counselor or grade level administrator with any questions.

There will be a boys soccer information meeting Tuesday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

Attention Juniors, Successful completion of Penn Manor’s graduation project Xello lessons is a graduation requirement. Students are expected to have the 9 required Xello lessons completed by the end of the school year. Current juniors who have not received their Golden Ticket of completion for the Xello requirements have until Friday, May 20 to complete the required 9 lessons and have their work reviewed by a teacher to receive their Golden Ticket. Juniors who have not completed the requirements will be required to report to school on Tuesday, May 24 during the asynchronous Keystone testing day to complete all school work and the Xello lessons. Students who do not complete the required Xello lessons by the end of the year will lose all senior privileges including parking passes and ability to attend Homecoming. Please see your counselor with questions and make completing the Xello lessons a priority.

Monday, May 9, 2022, Flex Day 1

A special “Thank You” goes out to the following 10 Penn Manor National Honor Society Members for giving back to our community this past Saturday morning. Sheridan Charles, Alyssa Guzman, Abby Ames, Grace, Sieger, Landon Hertzog, Reagan Webster, Andrew Ament, Colin Kligge, Madeline Mitchell, and Ethan Fox all endured rainy & windy weather conditions working as volunteers at the Turkey Hill country Classic 5K, 10K, and half marathon races. Your service was greatly appreciated by Manor Township officials and the event runners!

Juniors it’s time for your senior yearbook photos. An appointment has been assigned for every student in the junior class. If you have not received your appointment card in the mail check for it by scanning the QR code on the hall TVs or stop by to check the list on the counter outside the attendance office. Boys must wear a shirt and tie. Suit coats are recommended Girls must have on a sleeved blouse. Nothing sleeveless or with spaghetti straps. If you need to reschedule your appointment go to Prestigeportraits.com.

Juniors- Friday was the last Flex day to work on your Xello lessons for your grad project. If you have finished all the lessons from 9th, 10th and 11th, ask your Friday Flex teacher to check your work. You must be complete and have your work checked by May 20th. If your lessons are not complete, you will be required to attend school on May 24th to complete them. Finish your lessons and have your work checked today!

Attention Students, Over the past several weeks counselors and administrators have met with students who have a credit deficit to discuss the option of the summer ReACH Program. Students wishing to take advantage of this credit recovery option must return their permission slips by Friday, May 13. Please see your counselor or grade level administrator with any questions.

This announcement is for all theatre students – if you participated in either Clue or The Addams Family – and no matter if you were on stage, in the pit, or behind the scenes. It is time for our annual, end-of-year banquet – Breakfast With the Stars – which will be held on Saturday, May 14th. Details have been posted in the PM Theatre google classroom and on our blog, with links to RSVP. This event will include senior speeches, senior awards, and our Thespian induction ceremony… you and your families are welcome to attend. The deadline to RSVP is Wednesday May 11th – we hope that you’ll be able to join us.

There will be a boys soccer information meeting Tuesday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Snyder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

Friday, May 6, 2022, Friday Flex

Junior High track practice is cancelled today and congratulations on winning a lot of medals at the LS meet. 

Attention Students, Over the past several weeks counselors and administrators have met with students who have a credit deficit to discuss the option of the summer ReACH Program. Students wishing to take advantage of this credit recovery option must return their permission slips by Friday, May 13. Please see your counselor or grade level administrator with any questions.

This announcement is for all theatre students – if you participated in either Clue or The Addams Family – and no matter if you were on stage, in the pit, or behind the scenes. It is time for our annual, end-of-year banquet – Breakfast With the Stars – which will be held on Saturday, May 14th. Details have been posted in the PM Theatre google classroom and on our blog, with links to RSVP. This event will include senior speeches, senior awards, and our Thespian induction ceremony… you and your families are welcome to attend. The deadline to RSVP is Wednesday May 11th – we hope that you’ll be able to join us.

There will be a boys soccer information meeting Tuesday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

In Friday Flex this Friday , May 6 all seniors will be required to complete and submit a short senior survey regarding post-secondary plans. Each Friday Flex teacher should have the QR posted in their room and it should take you 5-10 minutes. If you need a paper copy please ask your Friday Flex for a copy.

If you signed up for the SAT test this Saturday May 7th at McCaskey please pay close attention: make sure you PRINT out your entry ticket AND bring your student ID or drivers license or passport, etc. You cannot be checked in without your entry ticket and a picture ID. YOU MUST HAVE AN ENTRY TICKET AND PICTURE ID TO BE ADMITTEd. f you’re having trouble printing your entry ticket see your counselor. Bring a few sharpened pencils, a calculator and a snack & drink as well. Doors will open at 7:45, testing should be finished around 1.

Attention Juniors, Successful completion of Penn Manor’s graduation project Xello lessons is a graduation requirement. Students are expected to have the 9 required Xello lessons completed by the end of the school year. Current juniors who have not received their Golden Ticket of completion for the Xello requirements have until Friday, May 20 to complete the required 9 lessons and have their work reviewed by a teacher to receive their Golden Ticket. Juniors who have not completed the requirements will be required to report to school on Tuesday, May 24 during the asynchronous Keystone testing day to complete all school work and the Xello lessons. Students who do not complete the required Xello lessons by the end of the year will lose all senior privileges including parking passes and ability to attend Homecoming. Please see your counselor with questions and make completing the Xello lessons a priority.

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Snyder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

Thursday, May 5, 2022, Flex Day 4

There will be a boys soccer information meeting Tuesday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Snyder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

If you signed up for the SAT test this Saturday May 7th at McCaskey please pay close attention: make sure you PRINT out your entry ticket AND bring your student ID or drivers license or passport, etc. You cannot be checked in without your entry ticket and a picture ID. YOU MUST HAVE AN ENTRY TICKET AND PICTURE ID TO BE ADMITTEd. f you’re having trouble printing your entry ticket see your counselor. Bring a few sharpened pencils, a calculator and a snack & drink as well. Doors will open at 7:45, testing should be finished around 1.

Manor FFA Plant Sale will be selling a variety of hanging baskets, herb baskets, and vegetables at the high school greenhouse on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week. We will be open for business each day from 1-4 pm. We accept cash or check. Come on out and support Manor FFA and our plant sale!

In Friday Flex this Friday , May 6 all seniors will be required to complete and submit a short senior survey regarding post-secondary plans. Each Friday Flex teacher should have the QR posted in their room and it should take you 5-10 minutes. If you need a paper copy please ask your Friday Flex for a copy.

Wednesday, May 4, 2022, Flex Day 3

If you signed up for the SAT test this Saturday May 7th at McCaskey please pay close attention: make sure you PRINT out your entry ticket AND bring your student ID or drivers license or passport, etc. You cannot be checked in without your entry ticket and a picture ID. YOU MUST HAVE AN ENTRY TICKET AND PICTURE ID TO BE ADMITTEd. f you’re having trouble printing your entry ticket see your counselor. Bring a few sharpened pencils, a calculator and a snack & drink as well. Doors will open at 7:45, testing should be finished around 1.

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Snyder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

Manor FFA Plant Sale will be selling a variety of hanging baskets, herb baskets, and vegetables at the high school greenhouse on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week. We will be open for business each day from 1-4 pm. We accept cash or check. Come on out and support Manor FFA and our plant sale!

In Friday Flex this Friday , May 6 all seniors will be required to complete and submit a short senior survey regarding post-secondary plans. Each Friday Flex teacher should have the QR posted in their room and it should take you 5-10 minutes. If you need a paper copy please ask your Friday Flex for a copy.

Tuesday, May 3, 2022, Flex Day 2

Manor FFA Plant Sale will be selling a variety of hanging baskets, herb baskets, and vegetables at the high school greenhouse on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week. We will be open for business each day from 1-4 pm. We accept cash or check. Come on out and support Manor FFA and our plant sale!

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Snyder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

Congratulations to the April and May Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. April winners are: Freshman: Augustine Hipple Sophomore: Clara Howell Junior: Rex Leonard Senior: Morgan Terry May winners are: Freshman: Bailey Floyd Sophomore: Claire Eckroat Junior: Brooke Frey Senior: Micah Frey Congratulations to all these students!

Attention Penn Manor Football Players – There will be “Kickoff Meeting” Tuesday May 3rd at 6:30pm in the high school cafeteria. If you want to play this fall plan to be at this meeting along with a parent. See coach Brubaker in room C231 if you have any questions.

Monday, May 2, 2022, Flex Day 1

Attention Penn Manor Football Players – There will be “Kickoff Meeting” Tuesday May 3rd at 6:30pm in the high school cafeteria. If you want to play this fall plan to be at this meeting along with a parent. See coach Brubaker in room C231 if you have any questions

Congratulations to the April and May Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. April winners are: Freshman: Augustine Hipple Sophomore: Clara Howell Junior: Rex Leonard Senior: Morgan Terry May winners are: Freshman: Bailey Floyd Sophomore: Claire Eckroat Junior: Brooke Frey Senior: Micah Frey Congratulations to all these students!

Attention Juniors, Successful completion of Penn Manor’s graduation project Xello lessons is a graduation requirement. Students are expected to have the 9 required Xello lessons completed by the end of the school year. Current juniors who have not received their Golden Ticket of completion for the Xello requirements have until Friday, May 20 to complete the required 9 lessons and have their work reviewed by a teacher to receive their Golden Ticket. Juniors who have not completed the requirements will be required to report to school on Tuesday, May 24 during the asynchronous Keystone testing day to complete all school work and the Xello lessons. Students who do not complete the required Xello lessons by the end of the year will lose all senior privileges including parking passes and ability to attend Homecoming. Please see your counselor with questions and make completing the Xello lessons a priority.

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Snyder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

Friday, April 29, 2022, Friday Flex

Congratulations to the JV Boys Track for winning against Cedar Crest.

Attention Penn Manor! Do you want to see and hear what talent your peers have to offer? Do you want to see the debut of MR. KROW singing!!! Come out to our talent show in the High School Auditorium THIS Saturday night, April 30th. Tickets are sold at the door for $5. Doors open at 5:30, show starts at 6pm. All proceeds go the Reeder Duke Memorial Scholarship. AGAIN, MR. KROW will be showcasing one of his many talents. Come out and support all the acts!

The Civitas club is hosting a charity dodgeball tournament on Friday, May 13. Sign-ups will start next week at lunch. Feel free to sign-up as a team of 8-10 people for $20 or as an individual for $2.

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Snyder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

Attention Juniors, Successful completion of Penn Manor’s graduation project Xello lessons is a graduation requirement. Students are expected to have the 9 required Xello lessons completed by the end of the school year. Current juniors who have not received their Golden Ticket of completion for the Xello requirements have until Friday, May 20 to complete the required 9 lessons and have their work reviewed by a teacher to receive their Golden Ticket. Juniors who have not completed the requirements will be required to report to school on Tuesday, May 24 during the asynchronous Keystone testing day to complete all school work and the Xello lessons. Students who do not complete the required Xello lessons by the end of the year will lose all senior privileges including parking passes and ability to attend Homecoming. Please see your counselor with questions and make completing the Xello lessons a priority.

Thursday, April 28, 2022, Flex Day 4

There will be NO Walk and Talk club this week.

Attention Penn Manor! Do you want to see and hear what talent your peers have to offer? Do you want to see the debut of MR. KROW singing!!! Come out to our talent show in the High School Auditorium THIS Saturday night, April 30th. Tickets are sold at the door for $5. Doors open at 5:30, show starts at 6pm. All proceeds go the Reeder Duke Memorial Scholarship. AGAIN, MR. KROW will be showcasing one of his many talents. Come out and support all the acts!

The Civitas club is hosting a charity dodgeball tournament on Friday, May 13. Sign-ups will start next week at lunch. Feel free to sign-up as a team of 8-10 people for $20 or as an individual for $2.

Attention minithon club members- minithon club this week will be for leaders for next school year. Again this week’s meeting will be for new leaders only. Students please check your email if you applied for a leadership position.

PM Girls Lacrosse Senior Night is tonight at 7PM against Lancaster Country Day! Come early to support them as we recognize their accomplishments and futures!

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Snyder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

Wednesday, April 27, 2022, Flex Day 3

Books and Beans club with Mrs. May is canceled for today. Student should remain in their Block 3 Flex class today.

No drawing club today.

German club is canceled today. Only Gapp students should report to the German room (C129) today. Gapp students should have received an email and should ask for permission to attend this special meeting.

There will be NO Walk and Talk club this week.

GSA club will not be meeting today. Members should remain in their Block 3 classes during FLEX today.

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Synder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

The Civitas club is hosting a charity dodgeball tournament on Friday, May 13. Sign-ups will start next week at lunch. Feel free to sign-up as a team of 8-10 people for $20 or as an individual for $2.

Attention Juniors, Successful completion of Penn Manor’s graduation project Xello lessons is a graduation requirement. Students are expected to have the 9 required Xello lessons completed by the end of the school year. Current juniors who have not received their Golden Ticket of completion for the Xello requirements have until Friday, May 20 to complete the required 9 lessons and have their work reviewed by a teacher to receive their Golden Ticket. Juniors who have not completed the requirements will be required to report to school on Tuesday, May 24 during the asynchronous Keystone testing day to complete all school work and the Xello lessons. Students who do not complete the required Xello lessons by the end of the year will lose all senior privileges including parking passes and ability to attend Homecoming. Please see your counselor with questions and make completing the Xello lessons a priority.

Tuesday, April 26, 2022, Flex Day 2

On Tuesday April 26th at 3:30pm the Unified Track team will be hosting their only home track meet of the season as they welcome the teams from McCaskey and Warwick to Penn Manor. This is one of the most fun and exciting sporting events that we host here at Penn Manor so it would be great to have students and staff come out to cheer on and support all of the athletes. Make signs, get loud, and come have fun on April 26th

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will be holding its New Student Orientation on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. All students who were accepted should plan to attend the LCCTC new student orientation with their parents/guardians. You will get to meet your CTC instructor, see your classroom/shop/lab, and learn more about the program you selected. Please note that the program is not a drop in and you should plan to arrive and be seated in your CTC program classroom by 6:00 pm. All orientations are held at respective campuses. Brownstown- 231 Synder Road, Ephrata Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Boulevard, Manheim Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street Questions email your school counselor.

Attention Civitas members. Turn in your Longs Park field trip forms to Mrs. Kroesen immediately. Civitas members will also be attending the Unified track meet on Tuesday April 26th at 3:30. Please meet in room C217 after school to pick up posters to hang up.

Monday, April 25, 2022, Flex Day 1

No Auditorium Technology Club Monday!

On Tuesday April 26th at 3:30pm the Unified Track team will be hosting their only home track meet of the season as they welcome the teams from McCaskey and Warwick to Penn Manor. This is one of the most fun and exciting sporting events that we host here at Penn Manor so it would be great to have students and staff come out to cheer on and support all of the athletes. Make signs, get loud, and come have fun on April 26th.

Congratulations to our track and field team who competed in an invitational this weekend at Wilson High School. Medalists included JT Hetrick in the 3200m, Jason Andro in long jump, Leo Medvedkin in pole vault, Jael Cruz and Wyatt Kauffman in discus, Josh Doyle in javelin, Jay Kleinhaus and GG Moenga in shot put, Maddie Whited in triple jump, and Trevor Schneider in high jump. Come out today at 4 to watch the team take on Warwick in their final home meet. It is senior night and all seniors will be honored after the meet.

Attention Civitas members. Turn in your Longs Park field trip forms to Mrs. Kroesen immediately. Civitas members will also be attending the Unified track meet on Tuesday April 26th at 3:30. Please meet in room C217 after school to pick up posters to hang up.

Friday, April 22, 2022, Flex Day 1

No Auditorium Technology Club Friday or Monday!

AP Art History cancelled today.

Manor FFA is holding a MiniThon Event and will be hosting a breakfast on April 23rd in the Pennmanor Ag department. Cost will be $10 a plate and all proceeds will go directly towards 4 diamonds. The doors will open at 5:00am for those that will be at post prom as well as 7:00 am for any community members interested in attending. Doors close at 10:30 am, we hope to see you there, come out and support your MiniThon foundation!

Congratulations to the girls lacrosse team who picked up a 23-0 victory over Dayspring Christian Academy on Wednesday. 14 different Comets scored on the day as the team evened up their record at 4-4 on the season. Great job ladies.

Back in March when the boys volleyball team opened their season at Conestoga Valley they dropped that match to the Buckskins, but since then, things have changed and last night the Comets swept CV by the score of 3-0. That brings the varsity team’s record to 4-4 on the season. It was a clean sweep for the JV team as well as they won last night 2-0 3 days and 3 wins for the Lady Comets on the softball field. Yesterday the Elizabethtown Bears were the latest visitor to try and come to Manor Middle to get a win, but like the rest of the teams that tried this week they were unsuccessful . The Comets came out on top with a 7-2 victory to improve to 10-0 on the season. Emily Riggs struck out 12 batters and the offense was on fire again picking up 11 hits on the day. The Comets get a day of rest before taking on Palmyra on Saturday.

On Tuesday April 26th at 3:30pm the Unified Track team will be hosting their only home track meet of the season as they welcome the teams from McCaskey and Warwick to Penn Manor. This is one of the most fun and exciting sporting events that we host here at Penn Manor so it would be great to have students and staff come out to cheer on and support all of the athletes. Make signs, get loud, and come have fun on April 26th

Thursday, April 21, 2022, Flex Day 4

Donuts are back this Friday. $2 gets you a donut and a drink.

Under sunny skies and way less wind than on Tuesday, the Lady Comets defeated the Mounts of Ephrata in softball action by the score of 9-1. Julie Bowmaster pitched 5 oustanding innings and Emily Riggs came in to close out the victory as Penn Manor improved to 9-0 on the season. The team will play their third game in three days this afternoon as they host Elizabethtown at 4:15pm. Come out and cheer the team onto victory.

Congratulations to the boys freshman track and field team who continued their winning ways after defeating Warwick yesterday. The freshman track teams will travel to Cedar Crest to take on the Falcons next Tuesday

On Tuesday April 26th at 3:30pm the Unified Track team will be hosting their only home track meet of the season as they welcome the teams from McCaskey and Warwick to Penn Manor. This is one of the most fun and exciting sporting events that we host here at Penn Manor so it would be great to have students and staff come out to cheer on and support all of the athletes. Make signs, get loud, and come have fun on April 26th.

Manor FFA is holding a MiniThon Event and will be hosting a breakfast on April 23rd in the Pennmanor Ag department. Cost will be $10 a plate and all proceeds will go directly towards 4 diamonds. The doors will open at 5:00am for those that will be at post prom as well as 7:00 am for any community members interested in attending. Doors close at 10:30 am, we hope to see you there, come out and support your MiniThon foundation!

Wednesday, April 20, 2022, Flex Day 3

Drawing Club is Cancelled today.

Donuts are back this Friday. $2 gets you a donut and a drink.

Penn Manor Esports Overwatch Varsity and JV Rocket League Teams made it to the first round of national playoffs after winning seasons; unfortunately, their playoff hopes ended on Monday. Great work to them on their hard fought season. Penn Manor’s Varsity Rocket League team is still going strong! They defeated Wichita East, beating them 4-2 to advance into round 2 of playoffs. Tune into Pennmanoresports at 8:00 PM on Twitch to see the varsity team continue blazing their trail toward the national championships as they go up against the 2nd seed De Soto High School team from Kansas. They would love to see you online!

It was a career day for senior Emily Riggs yesterday as the Comets softball team defeated McCaskey by the score of 15-0 in 3 innings. In her 3 at bats, Emily had 3 hits, each one a homerun. She ended the day with 8 RBI’s. Reagan Soboleski also added a two run homerun as the Comets offense was on full display. The teams hosts Ephrata today back up at Manor Middle.

The baseball team picked up their second win in as many days yesterday over at McCaskey. Offense was on full display as the game went into extra innings and the Comets came out on top 15-13 after 8 innings of play. The team travels to Ephrata today to take on the Mounts.

The Civitas blood drive is happening tomorrow. If you have signed up already please check your email for your appointment time. There are still spots left so if you have not signed up, please consider donating and saving lives. Forms are in the office and students over 18 do not need a parent signature. Contact Mrs. Kroesen if you are interested.

Manor FFA is holding a MiniThon Event and will be hosting a breakfast on April 23rd in the Pennmanor Ag department. Cost will be $10 a plate and all proceeds will go directly towards 4 diamonds. The doors will open at 5:00am for those that will be at post prom as well as 7:00 am for any community members interested in attending. Doors close at 10:30 am, we hope to see you there, come out and support your MiniThon foundation!

Underclassmen rremember that you must have all your Xello lessons complete. By the end of Junior year, all 9 lessons must be finished. Remember your answers are recorded, so please respond well to each question.

Tuesday, April 19, 2022, Flex Day 2

Post Prom has extended the sale of tickets for Post Prom. Tickets will now be on sale two additional days, April 19th & 20th. Don’t forget to pick up your post prom permission slip in the main office or the attendance office. Tomorrow is the final day to buy a ticket for Post Prom. Tickets will not be for sale at the door.

Congratulations to the baseball team who beat mother nature by getting their game in yesterday and for then beating the Pioneers from Lampeter-Strasburg by the score of 5-1 to pick up a big crossover win. Hunter Sipel pitched six innings and recorded 8 strikeouts giving up only one run. The Comets offense came to life in the second inning putting up 4 runs and that was more than enought for the win. The team travels to McCaskey today to take on the Tornado.

Thanks to the students who submitted t-shirt ideas for Aevidum. We are taking your drawings and designs until just after the break. Please submit all designs at tinyurl.com/aevidumshirt by Tuesday April 19.

Manor FFA is holding a MiniThon Event and will be hosting a breakfast on April 23rd in the Pennmanor Ag department. Cost will be $10 a plate and all proceeds will go directly towards 4 diamonds. The doors will open at 5:00am for those that will be at post prom as well as 7:00 am for any community members interested in attending. Doors close at 10:30 am, we hope to see you there, come out and support your MiniThon foundation!

Underclassmen remember that you must have all your Xello lessons complete. By the end of Junior year, all 9 lessons must be finished. Remember your answers are recorded, so please respond well to each question.

Tuesday, April 12, 2022, Flex Day 2

Thanks to the students who submitted t-shirt ideas for Aevidum. We are taking your drawings and designs until just after the break. Please submit all designs at tinyurl.com/aevidumshirt by Tuesday April 19.

The softball team team improved to 6-0 after defeating Conestoga Valley yesterday by the score of 2-1. The game was tied at one a piece heading into the bottom of the 7th and final inning. With the bases loaded and 2 outs, Audrey Patterson drove in the winning run. The team will travel to Lebanon to take on the Cedars on Wednesday.

Post Prom has extended the sale of tickets for Post Prom. Tickets will now be on sale two additional days, April 19th & 20th. Don’t forget to pick up your post prom permission slip in the main office or the attendance office.

Congrats to Penn Manor Track and Field who competed this past weekend in The Black Knight Invitational at Hempfield High School. The team had several medalists including Kate Harnish who took second in long jump, Leo Medvedkin who took first in pole vault, Jael Cruz won second in discus, Dhamir Wesley won fifth in javelin, Evan Jurgensen took fourth in shot put, and Jay Kleinhaus won first in shot put.

Attention Seniors: The Senior Class Trip to Hershey Park is on May 27th. Tickets are being sold April 19th, 20th, and 21st during flex time in the cafeteria as well as after school on those days. Tickets are $40 and that covers transportation, your ticket, and lunch. You must have your signed permission slip completed in order to purchase a ticket. Tickets will not be sold after those dates. We look forward to having you on the class trip!

Last month, you voted for your favorite things about the 2021-2022 school year. The winners of Penn Manor March Madness was Pizza Sticks! Congratulations to our cafeteria staff on their big win! We thank them for their hard work they do every day to keep us fed!

Manor FFA is holding a MiniThon Event and will be hosting a breakfast on April 23rd in the Pennmanor Ag department. Cost will be $10 a plate and all proceeds will go directly towards 4 diamonds. The doors will open at 5:00am for those that will be at post prom as well as 7:00 am for any community members interested in attending. Doors close at 10:30 am, we hope to see you there, come out and support your MiniThon foundation!

Every 2 seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood and or platelets. Approximately 29,000 units of red blood cells are needed every day in the U. S. You can help!! The Civitas club is sponsoring a blood drive right here at Penn Manor during the school day on Thursday, April 21st. Donors must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110 pounds. All students must fill out a permission form that can be picked up and turned in at the main office. Students under 18 must have a parent or guardian signature. We will take requests to schedule your appointment during the day. Thanks for supporting this great cause and get those permission slips in by Friday April 15th! Tell your friends to donate too!

LAST CALL for talent Penn Manor! If you think you missed your chance, think again. Please email Mr. Vrabel if you are interested in participating in this years talent show by next Tuesday, April 12th.

Monday, April 11, 2022, Flex Day 1

Congratulations to the robotics team and their performance at the annual Rage in the Cage robotics competition this weekend. The team was up against tough competition including college level teams and managed to finish with a record of four wins and two losses.

Congratulations to senior Lily Sugra who scored 10 point and had 12 rebounds in the LL League Senior All Star basketball game last week. Lily has also committed to East Sto Friday afternoon at Millersville’s Cooper Park, Noah Beach threw a 58 pitch complete game as the Comets defeated Cedar Crest by the score of 7-1 Up at Cedar Crest the softball team continued their winning ways defeating the Falcons 5-1 The boys tennis team picked up their second win in a row on Friday at Manheim Central, defeating the Barons 6-1. PJ Fahey, Suren Clark, and Grant Rost all picked up wins in singles and the teams of Clark and Fahey, Will Stetlz and Rost, and Collin Kligge and Ryan Duman all were victorious in double. The JV team swept the Barons by the score of 10-0.

Big day of lacrosse for the boys and girls team on Saturday as both teams were victorious against Daniel Boone. The girls won by a score of 19-3. Keegan Dings led the way with 7 goals, followed by Erin Shipley with 5, Mia Jones with 4, Claire Eckroat with 2, and Maddie Webber with 1. Brooklyn Ayala stood strong in goal behind her great defense to minize the Daniel Boone offense. The boys also won by the score of 16-6. Isaic Nafzinger led the Comet scorers with 8 goals, Colin Eby had 3, Erik Hinkle and Benedict Flinchbaugh each had 2, and Dylan Keene had 1. Both the boys and girls teams face Cedar Crest today.

Our track team was at the Hempfield Black Knight Invitational on Saturday Congratulations to Leo Medvedkin who picked up 1st place in the pole vault, Jaryd Kleinhaus who got first in the shot put, Kate Harnigh got 2nd place in the long jump , and Jael Cruz with a 2nd place finish in discus.

Congratulations to Penn Manor’s Esports Overwatch and Rocket League Teams for qualifying for National Playoffs. The Overwatch Varsity Team defeated the Bartram Bears 3 – 0, ending their regular season with a 5 – 2 record. This moved them into 24th place nationally out of 272 teams. Their first round of national playoffs will be on April 18th. The Rocket League Varsity Overwatch Team defeated Florence Firestorm 4 – 0, ending their regular season with a 6 – 2 record. This moved them into 38th place nationally out of 748 teams. Their first round of national playoffs will be on April 18th. Congratulations to both teams. Stay tuned for more information regarding playoffs.

Manor FFA is holding a MiniThon Event and will be hosting a breakfast on April 23rd in the Pennmanor Ag department. Cost will be $10 a plate and all proceeds will go directly towards 4 diamonds. The doors will open at 5:00am for those that will be at post prom as well as 7:00 am for any community members interested in attending. Doors close at 10:30 am, we hope to see you there, come out and support your MiniThon foundation!

Last month, you voted for your favorite things about the 2021-2022 school year. The winners of Penn Manor March Madness was Pizza Sticks! Congratulations to our cafeteria staff on their big win! We thank them for their hard work they do every day to keep us fed!

GSA is holding a “Day of Silence” on Wednesday, April 13th. This is a national youth movement to highlight the silencing and erasure of LGBTQ+ people in schools. Over 4 in 5 LGBTQ students do not see positive LGBTQ representation in their curriculum, and nearly 9 in 10 experience harassment or assault. Almost a third miss school because they feel unsafe or uncomfortable. We invite you to JOIN US – and be an ALLY to show your support of this movement. A link to the google form to register is on our Instagram bio, or you can contact Mrs. Mintzer in room C209 or by email to be added to the list of participants. You must register by Monday evening – and on Tuesday, be sure to get the materials you need to have on hand to explain your silence on Wednesday. Together, we can BREAK THE SILENCE making our schools more inclusive.

LAST CALL for talent Penn Manor! If you think you missed your chance, think again. Please email Mr. Vrabel if you are interested in participating in this years talent show by next Tuesday, April 12th.

Every 2 seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood and or platelets. Approximately 29,000 units of red blood cells are needed every day in the U. S. You can help!! The Civitas club is sponsoring a blood drive right here at Penn Manor during the school day on Thursday, April 21st. Donors must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110 pounds. All students must fill out a permission form that can be picked up and turned in at the main office. Students under 18 must have a parent or guardian signature. We will take requests to schedule your appointment during the day. Thanks for supporting this great cause and get those permission slips in by Friday April 15th! Tell your friends to donate too!

Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Minithon club is cancelled this week. Again there will NOT be minithon club this week.

Spike club is cancelled today.

French 2 students : Please leave your classrooms or the assembly at 10.50 to meet at the attendance office at 10.55 for our field trip.
Bring your backpacks, storage is available.Please remember to sit in the back, if you are in assembly B, to minimize disruptions.

It was a great day over at Warwick as our Unified Track team competed in their first meet of the season. After only having a few days of practice before yesterday’s meet, the team shined and put forth great perfomances in their races, throwing the shot put and javelin, and in the long jump. If you see a member of the team today be sure to congratulate them. The teams next meet is at McCaskey. Be sure to mark April 26th on your calendars, as this will be the team’s only home meet of the season and we would love to have all of Comet Nation out to cheer on the team.

GSA club has organized a Spirit Week to promote awareness and in preparation for our upcoming “Day of Silence” later this month. Thursday- Twin Day Friday- Rainbow day

LAST CALL for talent Penn Manor! If you think you missed your chance, think again. Please email Mr. Vrabel if you are interested in participating in this years talent show by next Tuesday, April 12th.

❖ Post Prom will take place on Friday, April 22 through Saturday, April 23 at Penn Manor High School. Doors open at 11:00 pm (with no admittance after midnight), and the event runs until 5:00 am. You do not need to attend prom in order to attend this event. It is open to all Penn Manor seniors! This will be a safe and fun all-night event with entertainment, food, games, activities, and amazing prizes. ❖ Students interested in attending should pick up a permission form in either the main office or attendance office starting this week. ❖ Tickets are $10 a person, and a completed and signed permission form must be turned in at the time of purchase. Non PM guests must also have a completed permission slip along with a completed guest verification form. Penn Manor seniors must have all forms completed before purchasing post prom tickets. ❖ Tickets will be on sale April 4, 6, 8, 11, and 13 before school in the central complex and during all lunches. ❖ Students can pay for their post prom tickets with cash or with a check made out to “Penn Manor Post Prom”.

Tuesday, April 5, 2022, Flex Day 2

Attention- the Block 2 Books and Beans Club will not be meeting today. Please remain in Flex. Thank you.

Junior class members who sold gertrude hawk chocolates, pick up is TODAY during the end of 4th block by the social stairs in the cafeteria.

Congratulations to the March Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman: Jordan Chen Sophomore: Jimmy Rose Junior: Nicole Chen Senior: Madelyn Kahler Congratulations to this month’s winners!

Congratulations to the softball team for picking up their fourth consectutive win as they defeated the Maheim Township Blue Streak by the score of 6-4. Kira Green launched a home run for the Comets in the victory. Next up is McCaskey on Wednesday. Come out to Manor Middle School and cheer the team onto another win At the track meet, Jaryd Kleinhous unleashed a 50 foot 11 inch shot put to claim victory in the event for the Comets. Evan Jergensen came in second in the shot put. Jaryd, Evan, and the rest of the track team will be traveling to Hempfield this weekend for the Black Knight Invitational. Boys Volleyball picked up their first win of the season last night against Dallastown. After dropping the first game, the Comets won 3 straight for the win. Derek Warfel led the Comets and the match in kills. Come out to the East Gym Thursday night as the team hosts Cedar Crest. The girls lacrosse team also picked up their first win last night defeating Etown by the score of 5-4. Maddie Weber and Kegan Dings each scored 2 goals and Erin Shipley added one as well. Brooklyn Ayala and Kezi Nafziger combined for 13 total saves to secure the win. Boys lacrosse also defeated Etown yesterday afternoon by the final score of 14-5. Good luck today to our Unified Track team as they travel to Warwick for thier first meet of the season. They will be competing against the Warriors and the Hempfield Black Knights. The meet starts at 3:30pm so come out to Lititz and cheer on your Comets. Jr. High track hosts Hempfield today at 4pm.

Today the Unified Track team travels to Warwick for their first meet of the season! The meet will be begin at 3:30 and the Comets will challenge Hempfield and Warwick on the track and field! Go Comets! Also, Unified team members who did not get their uniform yesterday, you need to see Coach Lainhoff during 3rd block today. Unified team members should be dismissed at 2:00 today and report to C105.

Any student who ran winter track and has not yet turned in their uniform, please drop it off as soon as possible to the athletic office. Thank you!

GSA club has organized a Spirit Week to promote awareness and in preparation for our upcoming “Day of Silence” later this month. Wednesday- Orange Out (day of silence color) Thursday- Twin Day Friday- Rainbow day

Monday, April 4, 2022, Flex Day 1

Congratulations to our junior high boys and girls track team who both came away with victories at their meet against conestoga valley on Friday.

GSA club has organized a Spirit Week to promote awareness and in preparation for our upcoming “Day of Silence” later this month. Monday- PJ Day Tuesday- Celebrity Day (dress like a role model/celebrity of yours) Wednesday- Orange Out (day of silence color) Thursday- Twin Day Friday- Rainbow day

Seniors: Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district. Information for the scholarships can be found on Xello. Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future! Deadlines are approaching quickly. Deadlines: Central Manor 4/4

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

❖ Post Prom will take place on Friday, April 22 through Saturday, April 23 at Penn Manor High School. Doors open at 11:00 pm (with no admittance after midnight), and the event runs until 5:00 am. You do not need to attend prom in order to attend this event. It is open to all Penn Manor seniors! This will be a safe and fun all-night event with entertainment, food, games, activities, and amazing prizes. ❖ Students interested in attending should pick up a permission form in either the main office or attendance office starting this week. ❖ Tickets are $10 a person, and a completed and signed permission form must be turned in at the time of purchase. Non PM guests must also have a completed permission slip along with a completed guest verification form. Penn Manor seniors must have all forms completed before purchasing post prom tickets. ❖ Tickets will be on sale April 4, 6, 8, 11, and 13 before school in the central complex and during all lunches. ❖ Students can pay for their post prom tickets with cash or with a check made out to “Penn Manor Post Prom”.

Junior Class members who sold Gertrude Hawk Chocolates: Pick up will be Tuesday April 5th during the end of 4th block by the cafeteria social stairs.

Congratulations to the March Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman: Jordan Chen Sophomore: Jimmy Rose Junior: Nicole Chen Senior: Madelyn Kahler Congratulations to this month’s winners!

Any student who ran winter track and has not yet turned in their uniform, please drop it off as soon as possible to the athletic office. Thank you

Last Thursday our Penn Manor Esports Varsity Rocket League Team got a big win over the team, O-S Fusion, sweeping them 4-0. Representing Penn Manor in that game was Tyler Moore, Seth Lyter, Nathan Mintzer and James Helm. Watch their next game streamed online at Penn Manor Esports on Twitch, Youtube, or Facebook stream on Thursday at 6:30 PM as they seek a playoff spot.

On Friday the softball team continued their winning ways defeating Warwick by the score of 8-3. The team put up 11 hits in the win and Emily Riggs can in for the save in the 5th innning and picked up 7 strikeouts to secure the win. At Twin Valley on Saturday, the boys lacrosse team picked up their second win of the season by the score of 11-2.

Friday, April 1, 2022

❖ Post Prom will take place on Friday, April 22 through Saturday, April 23 at Penn Manor High School. Doors open at 11:00 pm (with no admittance after midnight), and the event runs until 5:00 am. You do not need to attend prom in order to attend this event. It is open to all Penn Manor seniors! This will be a safe and fun all-night event with entertainment, food, games, activities, and amazing prizes. ❖ Students interested in attending should pick up a permission form in either the main office or attendance office starting this week. ❖ Tickets are $10 a person, and a completed and signed permission form must be turned in at the time of purchase. Non PM guests must also have a completed permission slip along with a completed guest verification form. Penn Manor seniors must have all forms completed before purchasing post prom tickets. ❖ Tickets will be on sale April 4, 6, 8, 11, and 13 before school in the central complex and during all lunches. ❖ Students can pay for their post prom tickets with cash or with a check made out to “Penn Manor Post Prom”.

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

Junior Class members who sold Gertrude Hawk Chocolates: Pick up will be Tuesday April 5th during the end of 4th block by the cafeteria social stairs.

Seniors: Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district. Information for the scholarships can be found on Xello. Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future! Deadlines are approaching quickly. Deadlines: Central Manor 4/4

Thursday, March 31, 2022, Flex Day 4

Ping Pong club is cancelled for today.

For the second day in a row our baseball and softball teams shined on the diamond. Playing at Millersville University’s Cooper Park, the baseball team came away with a 5-0 victory over rival Hempfield. Pitcher Hunter Sipel had a complete game shutout and the offense put up 10 hits as the Comets improved to 2-0 on the season. Over at Hempfield, the Lady Comets got 6 runs on 6 hits as they defeated the host Black Knights by the final of 6-1. Emily Riggs and Julie Bowmaster both pitched in the game and combined for 9 strikeouts. Both teams are back in action on Friday as baseball travels to Warwick and softball hosts the Warriors at 4:15pm at Manor Middle School. Today boys and girls lacrosse will take on Manheim Township and boys volleyball travels to Hempfield. Good luck Comets.

Junior Class members who sold Gertrude Hawk Chocolates: Pick up will be Tuesday April 5th during the end of 4th block by the cafeteria social stairs.

❖ Post Prom will take place on Friday, April 22 through Saturday, April 23 at Penn Manor High School. Doors open at 11:00 pm (with no admittance after midnight), and the event runs until 5:00 am. You do not need to attend prom in order to attend this event. It is open to all Penn Manor seniors! This will be a safe and fun all-night event with entertainment, food, games, activities, and amazing prizes. ❖ Students interested in attending should pick up a permission form in either the main office or attendance office starting this week. ❖ Tickets are $10 a person, and a completed and signed permission form must be turned in at the time of purchase. Non PM guests must also have a completed permission slip along with a completed guest verification form. Penn Manor seniors must have all forms completed before purchasing post prom tickets. ❖ Tickets will be on sale April 4, 6, 8, 11, and 13 before school in the central complex and during all lunches. ❖ Students can pay for their post prom tickets with cash or with a check made out to “Penn Manor Post Prom”.

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

Seniors: Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district. Information for the scholarships can be found on Xello. Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future! Deadlines are approaching quickly. Deadlines: Central Manor 4/4, Letort 3/31

Wednesday, March 30, 2022, Flex Day 3

Comet Nation club is cancelled for Block 3 Flex today. All block 3 flex Comet Nation members should report to their regular block 3 flex teacher.

It was a great day on the diamond for the Comets. Up at West Lawn, the boys of spring defeated the Wilson Bulldogs 12-9 in their season opener. Noah Beach pitched 4 scoreless innings and Hunter Sipel hit for the cycle with the go ahead grand slame to secure the win for the Comets. The team hosts Hempfield at home today. At Manor Middle, the softball team took care of Lancaster Catholic in 5 innings. Julie Bowmaster picked up the win for the Comets, striking out 6 through 4 innings of work. The Comets bats were ready. The Comets had 14 total hits on the day put up 8 runs in the 4th inning to put the mercy rule into effect. The girls head to Hempfield today to take on the Black Knights. The boys tennis team hosts Cedar Crest today at 4pm up at the Manor Middle School courts.

❖ Post Prom will take place on Friday, April 22 through Saturday, April 23 at Penn Manor High School. Doors open at 11:00 pm (with no admittance after midnight), and the event runs until 5:00 am. You do not need to attend prom in order to attend this event. It is open to all Penn Manor seniors! This will be a safe and fun all-night event with entertainment, food, games, activities, and amazing prizes. ❖ Students interested in attending should pick up a permission form in either the main office or attendance office starting this week. ❖ Tickets are $10 a person, and a completed and signed permission form must be turned in at the time of purchase. Non PM guests must also have a completed permission slip along with a completed guest verification form. Penn Manor seniors must have all forms completed before purchasing post prom tickets. ❖ Tickets will be on sale April 4, 6, 8, 11, and 13 before school in the central complex and during all lunches. ❖ Students can pay for their post prom tickets with cash or with a check made out to “Penn Manor Post Prom”.

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

Seniors: Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district. Information for the scholarships can be found on Xello. Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future! Deadlines are approaching quickly. Deadlines: Central Manor 4/4, Letort 3/31.

Tuesday, March 29, 2022, Flex Day 2

Senior Students are to report to the STEM Lobby at their designated block listed: Block 1 Last names Adelman-Fryberger Block 2 Last names Gable- Lapp Block 3 Last names Lawson- Seery Block 4 Last names Semonco- Woodson

❖ Post Prom will take place on Friday, April 22 through Saturday, April 23 at Penn Manor High School. Doors open at 11:00 pm (with no admittance after midnight), and the event runs until 5:00 am. You do not need to attend prom in order to attend this event. It is open to all Penn Manor seniors! This will be a safe and fun all-night event with entertainment, food, games, activities, and amazing prizes. ❖ Students interested in attending should pick up a permission form in either the main office or attendance office starting this week. ❖ Tickets are $10 a person, and a completed and signed permission form must be turned in at the time of purchase. Non PM guests must also have a completed permission slip along with a completed guest verification form. Penn Manor seniors must have all forms completed before purchasing post prom tickets. ❖ Tickets will be on sale April 4, 6, 8, 11, and 13 before school in the central complex and during all lunches. ❖ Students can pay for their post prom tickets with cash or with a check made out to “Penn Manor Post Prom”.

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

Last Friday, the boys lacrosse team picked up their first win of the season with a come from behind overtime 10-9 victory at Cocalico. Seven players scored for Penn Manor, with Erik Hinkle picking up the golden goal in OT to secure the win. The boys travel to Hempfield today to take on the Black Knights. In other sports action today, girls lacrosse hosts Hempfield, baseball takes on Wilson, softball hosts Lancaster Catholic, track travels to Hempfield, and boys tennis takes on Hempfield at Manor Middle. Good luck Comets.

Monday, March 28, 2022, Flex Day 1

Attention Comet Nation first block members, there will be NO Comet Nation meeting during flex today.  Please report to your block 1 class for flex.

The Talent Show is BACK! Do you have a special talent or skill? Auditions are March 29-31 in the Auditorium from 3:30-5:30. Sign up using the QR code found on the TV displays and around school! See Mr. Vrabel for details!

Seniors: Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district. Information for the scholarships can be found on Xello. Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future! Deadlines are approaching quickly. Deadlines: Central Manor 4/4, Letort 3/31.

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

Friday, March 25, 2022

It’s Finals Week for Penn Manor March Madness! It’s a close battle of “Pizza Sticks” verses our “Student Section” for the best thing about the 21-22 school year! Head to your classes Google Classroom page to vote for your favorite thing! Voting will close this Thursday, and the winner will be announced next week.

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

This Saturday the Penn Manor Indoor Percussion is hosting the first Penn Manor Indoor competition, Penn Manor Sound and Color. Please come out and support your fellow Comets. Doors open at 9:30 am, event the first performance is at 11am. Tickets are $5 for Students and $10 for Adults.

Seniors: Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district. Check the Counseling Department Moodle. Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future! Deadlines are approaching quickly. Deadlines: Central Manor 4/4, LeTort 3/31

Thursday, March 24, 2022, Flex Day 4

Walk and Talk Club is cancelled this week due to Class meetings.

If you received a message from the Library, Koha had an error and sent out notices of overdue books. Please ignore those 30 messages that you might have received. 

Donut Friday is soon here- bring $2.00 for a donut and drink.

This week Penn Manor Esports League of Legends faced off against the Bloomfield High School Bengals from New Jersey and defeated them 2 – 0. This moves the team into 14th place out of 74 teams. Congratulations Penn Manor League of Legends!

Civitas club is canceled for today, Thursday, March 24th. See the google classroom post for more information.

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during flex and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

This Saturday the Penn Manor Indoor Percussion is hosting the first Penn Manor Indoor competition, Penn Manor Sound and Color. Please come out and support your fellow Comets. Doors open at 9:30 am, event the first performance is at 11am. Tickets are $5 for Students and $10 for Adults.

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

It’s Finals Week for Penn Manor March Madness! It’s a close battle of “Pizza Sticks” verses our “Student Section” for the best thing about the 21-22 school year! Head to your classes Google Classroom page to vote for your favorite thing! Voting will close this Thursday, and the winner will be announced next week.

Seniors: Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district. Check the Counseling Department Moodle. Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future! Deadlines are approaching quickly. Deadlines: Central Manor 4/4, LeTort 3/31

Spread the Word: Inclusion is a movement to do just that – Spread the Word and encourage Inclusion of students with disabilities within our school and community. The Unified Club and Unified Track team invites the study body to make a pledge to be more inclusive, stop the use of the R-Word and show their support for inclusion by participating in spirit days and other activities this week. Friday: Kaleidoscope Day – wear all the colors of the rainbow to celebrate our inclusive school and show your spirit for inclusion.

The Talent Show is BACK! Do you have a special talent or skill? Auditions are March 29-31 in the Auditorium from 3:30-5:30. Sign up using the QR code found on the TV displays and around school! See Mr. Vrabel for details!

Wednesday, March 23, 2022, Flex Day 3

Donut Friday is soon here- bring $2.00 for a donut and drink.

This Saturday the Penn Manor Indoor Percussion is hosting the first Penn Manor Indoor competition, Penn Manor Sound and Color. Please come out and support your fellow Comets. Doors open at 9:30 am, event the first performance is at 11am. Tickets are $5 for Students and $10 for Adults.

Walk and Talk Club is cancelled this week due to Class meetings.

Attention Mrs. May’s block 3 Books and Beans club: Due to class meetings running during FLEX, club is canceled this week. Again, Mrs. May’s Books and Beans is canceled this Wednesday. Students should remain in their block 3 classes.

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

It’s Finals Week for Penn Manor March Madness! It’s a close battle of “Pizza Sticks” verses our “Student Section” for the best thing about the 21-22 school year! Head to your classes Google Classroom page to vote for your favorite thing! Voting will close this Thursday, and the winner will be announced next week.

CTC New Student Orientation for the 2022-2023 school year will be held on Thursday, May 12th at 6pm. All orientations will be held at the respective campuses.

Don’t forget- cheerleading Ttyouts for the 2022-2023 season will be held in the Temporary Gym on Wednesday March 23rd from 3:30-5:30pm, and then assigned on Thursday March 24th. If you have any questions, please see Coach Ames in C235 or stop by the Athletic Office for more details.

Seniors: Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district. Check the Counseling Department Moodle. Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future! Deadlines are approaching quickly. Deadlines: Central Manor 4/4 Conestoga 3/23 Eshleman 3/23 Hambright 3/23 LeTort 3/31 Martic 3/18.

Spread the Word: Inclusion is a movement to do just that – Spread the Word and encourage Inclusion of students with disabilities within our school and community. The Unified Club and Unified Track team invites the study body to make a pledge to be more inclusive, stop the use of the R-Word and show their support for inclusion by participating in spirit days and other activities this week. Thursday: Sports Day – wear something to represent your favorite sport or sports team Friday: Kaleidoscope Day – wear all the colors of the rainbow to celebrate our inclusive school and show your spirit for inclusion. Be sure to listen to announcements next week to find out about more activities throughout the week.

The Talent Show is BACK! Do you have a special talent or skill? Auditions are March 29-31 in the Auditorium from 3:30-5:30. Sign up using the QR code found on the TV displays and around school! See Mr. Vrabel for details!

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during flex and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

Tuesday, March 22, 2022, Flex Day 2

Math NHS is cancelled for today 3/22.

Attention Tuesday Books and Beans Club- our club during Block 2 Flex will be cancelled for today.

Attention Mrs. May’s block 3 Books and Beans club: Due to class meetings running during FLEX, club is canceled this week. Again, Mrs. May’s Books and Beans is canceled this Wednesday. Students should remain in their block 3 classes.

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

It’s Finals Week for Penn Manor March Madness! It’s a close battle of “Pizza Sticks” verses our “Student Section” for the best thing about the 21-22 school year! Head to your classes Google Classroom page to vote for your favorite thing! Voting will close this Thursday, and the winner will be announced next week.

Don’t forget- cheerleading Ttyouts for the 2022-2023 season will be held in the Temporary Gym on Tuesday, March 22nd from 3:30-5:30pm, Wednesday March 23rd from 3:30-5:30pm and then assigned on Thursday March 24th. A parent meeting will be held on Tuesday March 22nd from 5:30-6pm. If you have any questions, please see Coach Ames in C235 or stop by the Athletic Office for more details.

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during flex and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

Congratulations to the boys tennis team who picked up their first victory of season against Garden Spot. The Comets swept the Spartans by the score of 7-0. The girls bowling season came to a close on Saturday afternoon at Dutch Lanes at the Pennsyvlania State Championship and the Lady Comets did great. Out of the 12 teams, only 4 move onto the the final round and Penn Manor team of Corinne Smith, Kayla Wasche, Eva Brubaker, Willow Hee, Lacey Slaymaker, and Hope Leaman was ranked second in qualifying. The Comets lost in the semi-finals to the eventual state championship winning team from Neshaminey. When you see a member of the team today be sure to congratulate them on their great season and 3rd place overall finish in the state. In addition to coming in 3rd overall, two members of the team earned some individual recognition. Corinne Smith finished with the 2nd high game at States and Eva Brubaker finished 5th in high Series.

Seniors: Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district. Check the Counseling Department Moodle. Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future! Deadlines are approaching quickly. Deadlines: Central Manor 4/4 Conestoga 3/23 Eshleman 3/23 Hambright 3/23 LeTort 3/31 Martic 3/18.

Next week, we will celebrate Inclusion Week here at Penn Manor. Spread the Word: Inclusion is a movement to do just that – Spread the Word and encourage Inclusion of students with disabilities within our school and community. The Unified Club and Unified Track team invites the study body to make a pledge to be more inclusive, stop the use of the R-Word and show their support for inclusion by participating in spirit days and other activities this week. Wednesday: Workout Wednesday – wear your workout gear Thursday: Sports Day – wear something to represent your favorite sport or sports team Friday: Kaleidoscope Day – wear all the colors of the rainbow to celebrate our inclusive school and show your spirit for inclusion. Be sure to listen to announcements next week to find out about more activities throughout the week.

The Talent Show is BACK! Do you have a special talent or skill? Auditions are March 29-31 in the Auditorium from 3:30-5:30. Sign up using the QR code found on the TV displays and around school! See Mr. Vrabel for details!

This announcement is for German students who are interested in our student exchange with Germany. Please join Frau Simth for an informational meeting about hosting an exchange student and traveling to Germany in June 2023. The meeting will be held in room C129 (Frau Smith’s room) at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, March 22nd. Please bring your parents and come see Frau Smith if you have questions before the meeting. See you then.

Monday, March 21, 2022, Flex Day 1

Attention Comet Nation members, there will be NO Comet Nation meeting during block 1 flex today. All club members should report to their block 1 class for flex.

There will be no Auditorium Technology Today.

The boys tennis team had their first win of the season by shutting out Garden Spot 7-0. The entire team played phenomenally but we need to specifically highlight the number 3 singles player, Grant Rost. Grant was down 0-5 in the first set and came back to win the set 7-5. He then won 12 consecutive games to ultimately win the match 7-5/6-1. Great job!

The girls bowling season came to a close on Saturday afternoon at Dutch Lanes at the Pennsyvlania State Championship and the Lady Comets did great. Out of the 12 teams, only 4 move onto the the final round and Penn Manor team of Corinne Smith, Kayla Wasche, Eva Brubaker, Willow Hee, Lacey Slaymaker, and Hope Leaman was ranked second in qualifying. The Comets lost in the semi-finals to the eventual state championship winning team from Neshaminey. When you see a member of the team today be sure to congratulate them on their great season and 3rd place overall finish in the state. In addition to coming in 3rd overall, two members of the team earned some individual recognition. Corinne Smith finished with the 2nd high game at States and Eva Brubaker finished 5th in high Series.

This week, we will celebrate Inclusion Week here at Penn Manor. Spread the Word: Inclusion is a movement to do just that – Spread the Word and encourage Inclusion of students with disabilities within our school and community. The Unified Club and Unified Track team invites the study body to make a pledge to be more inclusive, stop the use of the R-Word and show their support for inclusion by participating in spirit days and other activities this week. Monday: World Down Syndrome Day – wear blue and yellow and sport some crazy socks! Tuesday: Character Day – dress as your favorite movie, cartoon or book character Wednesday: Workout Wednesday – wear your workout gear Thursday: Sports Day – wear something to represent your favorite sport or sports team Friday: Kaleidoscope Day – wear all the colors of the rainbow to celebrate our inclusive school and show your spirit for inclusion. Be sure to listen to announcements next week to find out about more activities throughout the week.

Attention Hockey Fans! There’s a floor hockey tournament coming up on Friday, April 8th. The tournament will start at 6pm. It is $5 a person with teams of 6-8 players. Team Roster and money is due by April 4th. Please see Mr. Vrabel in room C340 or Mrs. Kramer with any questions or to turn in your completed rosters/entry fee. There will be a Cash Prize for the winning team!

Seniors: Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district. Check the Counseling Department Moodle. Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future! Deadlines are approaching quickly. Deadlines: Central Manor 4/4 Conestoga 3/23 Eshleman 3/23 Hambright 3/23 LeTort 3/31 Martic 3/18

It’s Finals Week for Penn Manor March Madness! It’s a close battle of “Pizza Sticks” verses our “Student Section” for the best thing about the 21-22 school year! Head to your classes Google Classroom page to vote for your favorite thing! Voting will close this Thursday, and the winner will be announced next week.

CTC New Student Orientation for the 2022-2023 school year will be held on Thursday, May 12th at 6pm. All orientations will be held at the respective campuses.

Don’t forget- cheerleading Ttyouts for the 2022-2023 season will be held in the Temporary Gym on Tuesday, March 22nd from 3:30-5:30pm, Wednesday March 23rd from 3:30-5:30pm and then assigned on Thursday March 24th. A parent meeting will be held on Tuesday March 22nd from 5:30-6pm. If you have any questions, please see Coach Ames in C235 or stop by the Athletic Office for more details.

The Talent Show is BACK! Do you have a special talent or skill? Auditions are March 29-31 in the Auditorium from 3:30-5:30. Sign up using the QR code found on the TV displays and around school! See Mr. Vrabel for details!

This announcement is for German students who are interested in our student exchange with Germany. Please join Frau Simth for an informational meeting about hosting an exchange student and traveling to Germany in June 2023. The meeting will be held in room C129 (Frau Smith’s room) at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, March 22nd. Please bring your parents and come see Frau Smith if you have questions before the meeting. See you then.

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during flex and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

Friday, March 18, 2022

Next week, we will celebrate Inclusion Week here at Penn Manor. Spread the Word: Inclusion is a movement to do just that – Spread the Word and encourage Inclusion of students with disabilities within our school and community. The Unified Club and Unified Track team invites the study body to make a pledge to be more inclusive, stop the use of the R-Word and show their support for inclusion by participating in spirit days and other activities next week. Monday: World Down Syndrome Day – wear blue and yellow and sport some crazy socks! Tuesday: Character Day – dress as your favorite movie, cartoon or book character Wednesday: Workout Wednesday – wear your workout gear Thursday: Sports Day – wear something to represent your favorite sport or sports team Friday: Kaleidoscope Day – wear all the colors of the rainbow to celebrate our inclusive school and show your spirit for inclusion. Be sure to listen to announcements next week to find out about more activities throughout the week.

Today is the due date for the Applied Engineering, Technology and Business scholarship application, please return it to Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Bawiec, Mr. Groff, Mr. Brubaker, Dr. Miller, or Mr. Garrett.

Seniors:  Each elementary school parent teacher organization is offering a scholarship to students that attended one of the elementaries in the district.  Check the Counseling Department Moodle.  Don’t miss this opportunity for a financial contribution to your future!  Deadlines are approaching quickly.  Deadlines:Central Manor 4/4Conestoga 3/23Eshleman 3/23Hambright 3/23LeTort 3/31Martic 3/18

The Talent Show is BACK! Do you have a special talent or skill? Auditions are March 29-31 in the Auditorium from 3:30-5:30. Sign up using the QR code found on the TV displays and around school! See Mr. Vrabel for details!

This announcement is for German students who are interested in our student exchange with Germany. Please join Frau Simth for an informational meeting about hosting an exchange student and traveling to Germany in June 2023. The meeting will be held in room C129 (Frau Smith’s room) at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, March 22nd. Please bring your parents and come see Frau Smith if you have questions before the meeting. See you then.

Our girls bowling team will be competing in the Pennsylvania State Championships this Saturday at 9am at Dutch Lanes in Eprata. We need Comet Nation to come out and cheer the team onto victory as they look to bring a state title back to Penn Manor. Good luck ladies.

Tryouts for the 2022-2023 Penn Manor High School Cheerleading season will be held in the Temporary Gym on Tuesday, March 22nd from 3:30-5:30pm, Wednesday March 23rd from 3:30-5:30pm and then assigned on Thursday March 24th. A parent meeting will be held on Tuesday March 22nd from 5:30-6pm. If you have any questions, please see Coach Ames in C235 or stop by the Athletic Office for more details.

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during flex and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

What are your favorite moments Penn Manor? Comet Nation wants you to vote for your favorite moments in the 2021-2022 Penn Manor school year by being a part of the Penn Manor March Madness! On Tuesday of every week, students will vote for their favorite moments in the bracket. The Google Form closes each Thursday, and results will be posted. The top moments will move onto the next round until we have our number 1 moment of the 2021-2022 school year! Please check your grade level Google Classroom each Tuesday in March to vote, and see the results each week.

Thursday, March 17, 2022, Flex Day 4

Hey Penn Manor, join us next week for another spirit week as we prepare for the Spring Pep Rally on March 18th! Friday March 18th – Tie Dye

Donuts and a drink is happening FRIDAY March 18th. Bring $2 for donut and a drink.

This is a reminder for students who signed up for the Dual Enrollment meeting. We will meet today during flex in the Career Center.

What are your favorite moments Penn Manor? Comet Nation wants you to vote for your favorite moments in the 2021-2022 Penn Manor school year by being a part of the Penn Manor March Madness! On Tuesday of every week, students will vote for their favorite moments in the bracket. The Google Form closes each Thursday, and results will be posted. The top moments will move onto the next round until we have our number 1 moment of the 2021-2022 school year! Please check your grade level Google Classroom each Tuesday in March to vote, and see the results each week.

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during flex and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

Tryouts for the 2022-2023 Penn Manor High School Cheerleading season will be held in the Temporary Gym on Tuesday, March 22nd from 3:30-5:30pm, Wednesday March 23rd from 3:30-5:30pm and then assigned on Thursday March 24th. A parent meeting will be held on Tuesday March 22nd from 5:30-6pm. If you have any questions, please see Coach Ames in C235 or stop by the Athletic Office for more details.

Our girls bowling team will be competing in the Pennsylvania State Championships this Saturday at 9am at Dutch Lanes in Eprata. We need Comet Nation to come out and cheer the team onto victory as they look to bring a state title back to Penn Manor. Good luck ladies!

This announcement is for German students who are interested in our student exchange with Germany. Please join Frau Smith for an informational meeting about hosting an exchange student and traveling to Germany in June 2023. The meeting will be held in room C129 (Frau Smith’s room) at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, March 22nd. Please bring your parents and come see Frau Smith if you have questions before the meeting. See you then.

The Talent Show is BACK! Do you have a special talent or skill? Auditions are March 29-31 in the Auditorium from 3:30-5:30. Sign up using the QR code found on the TV displays and around school! See Mr. Vrabel for details!

This is a reminder for students who signed up for the Dual Enrollment meeting. We will meet today during flex in the Career Center.

Wednesday, March 16, 2022, Flex Day 3

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during flex and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

This announcement is for German students who are interested in our student exchange with Germany. Please join Frau Simth for an informational meeting about hosting an exchange student and traveling to Germany in June 2023. The meeting will be held in room C129 (Frau Smith’s room) at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, March 22nd. Please bring your parents and come see Frau Smith if you have questions before the meeting. See you then.

GSA club will not be meeting today – all students should report to B3 classes during FLEX 3.

Last evening Penn Manor League of Legends lost the first match against the Blue Side Wolves from North Carolina; then in the second game, they turned it around, working cohesively as a team, skillfully outwitting their opponents to defeat them in a 46 minute game. Eric Shirley’s Shaco was the MVP of the match; however, it was the effort of Jared Braun, Charlotte Ashworth, Elizabeth Eckman, and Emily Shirley that won the match. Congratulations Penn Manor League of Legends.

Our girls bowling team will be competing in the Pennsylvania State Championships this Saturday at 9am at Dutch Lanes in Eprata. We need Comet Nation to come out and cheer the team onto victory as they look to bring a state title back to Penn Manor. Good luck ladies!

The Talent Show is BACK! Do you have a special talent or skill? Auditions are March 29-31 in the Auditorium from 3:30-5:30. Sign up using the QR code found on the TV displays and around school! See Mr. Vrabel for details!

Hey Penn Manor, join us next week for another spirit week as we prepare for the Spring Pep Rally on March 18th! Thursday the 17th – College Shirt Day Friday March 18th – Tie Dye

What are your favorite moments Penn Manor? Comet Nation wants you to vote for your favorite moments in the 2021-2022 Penn Manor school year by being a part of the Penn Manor March Madness! On Tuesday of every week, students will vote for their favorite moments in the bracket. The Google Form closes each Thursday, and results will be posted. The top moments will move onto the next round until we have our number 1 moment of the 2021-2022 school year! Please check your grade level Google Classroom each Tuesday in March to vote, and see the results each week.

If you are interested in taking a college class in the Fall 2022 semester, be sure to attend the Dual Enrollment Information Session in the Career Center on Thursday, March 17th during flex. The link to sign up is posted in your grade level classroom and on the counseling blog, or you can email your counselor.

Tryouts for the 2022-2023 Penn Manor High School Cheerleading season will be held in the Temporary Gym on Tuesday, March 22nd from 3:30-5:30pm, Wednesday March 23rd from 3:30-5:30pm and then assigned on Thursday March 24th. A parent meeting will be held on Tuesday March 22nd from 5:30-6pm. If you have any questions, please see Coach Ames in C235 or stop by the Athletic Office for more details.

Tuesday, March 15, 2022, Flex Day 2

Hey Penn Manor, join us next week for another spirit week as we prepare for the Spring Pep Rally on March 18th!
Wednesday the 16th – “Groufit Day” (wear all grey) Thursday the 17th – College Shirt Day Friday March 18th – Tie Dye

Our girls bowling team will be competing in the Pennsylvania State Championships this Saturday at 9am at Dutch Lanes in Eprata. We need Comet Nation to come out and cheer the team onto victory as they look to bring a state title back to Penn Manor. Good luck ladies

What are your favorite moments Penn Manor? Comet Nation wants you to vote for your favorite moments in the 2021-2022 Penn Manor school year by being a part of the Penn Manor March Madness! On Tuesday of every week, students will vote for their favorite moments in the bracket. The Google Form closes each Thursday, and results will be posted. The top moments will move onto the next round until we have our number 1 moment of the 2021-2022 school year! Please check your grade level Google Classroom each Tuesday in March to vote, and see the results each week.

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during lunch and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

Tryouts for the 2022-2023 Penn Manor High School Cheerleading season will be held in the Temporary Gym on Tuesday, March 22nd from 3:30-5:30pm, Wednesday March 23rd from 3:30-5:30pm and then assigned on Thursday March 24th. A parent meeting will be held on Tuesday March 22nd from 5:30-6pm. If you have any questions, please see Coach Ames in C235 or stop by the Athletic Office for more details.

Last week, our Penn Manor Rocket League Varsity team won against Mcallen-Memorial High School school in a best of 7 series 4-0 bringing their season record to 4 and 0 , The JV team played as well against Detroit country day school and won bringing there season record to 3-1. Congratulations to both rocket league teams!

Monday, March 14, 2022, Flex Day 1

If you are interested in trying out for the Penn Manor Cheerleading Program, don’t forget to attend the meeting in C235 with Coach Ames today during Flex 1.

FFA Club is cancelled for today.

Environmental club will not be meeting on Monday, April 14. Students should remain in their flex class.

On Sunday our girls wrestling team represented Penn Manor at the Pennsylvania State Championship at Central Dauphin High School. Junior Kaitlyn Clason placed 5th overall in her weight class to earn Penn Manor’s first ever girls state medal. This was a special group of girls because they were the first ever Penn Manor girls wrestling team. We had experienced wrestlers and some first time wrestlers but they bonded quickly and improved greatly throughout the season. Adrian, Ali, Sylvia, Trinity, Maddie, Kaitlyn, Jaden, Bethany, Sami, Kelsey, Juanita, and Anisa have set the foundation for years to come and we hope to see more girls come out next season.

Congratulations to Travis Clawson who represneted Penn Manor at up at Hershey last Thursday and Friday in the PIAA State Wrestling Championships. Travis left with a 1-2 overall record. He had an great season and we look forward to seeing him back in Hershey next year! Good luck to the boys tennis team as they travel to Pequea Valley for their first match of the season.

Hey Penn Manor, join us next week for another spirit week as we prepare for the Spring Pep Rally on March 18th! Monday March 14th – Hat Day Tuesday the 15th – Tacky Tourist Wednesday the 16th – “Groufit Day” (wear all grey) Thursday the 17th – College Shirt Day Friday March 18th – Tie Dye

If you are interested in taking a college class in the Fall 2022 semester, be sure to attend the Dual Enrollment Information Session in the Career Center on Thursday, March 17th during flex. The link to sign up is posted in your grade level classroom and on the counseling blog, or you can email your counselor.

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during lunch and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

What are your favorite moments Penn Manor? Comet Nation wants you to vote for your favorite moments in the 2021-2022 Penn Manor school year by being a part of the Penn Manor March Madness! On Tuesday of every week, students will vote for their favorite moments in the bracket. The Google Form closes each Thursday, and results will be posted. The top moments will move onto the next round until we have our number 1 moment of the 2021-2022 school year! Please check your grade level Google Classroom each Tuesday in March to vote, and see the results each week.

Wednesday, March 9, 2022, Flex Day 3

Congratulations to the February Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman: Natalia Orpneck Sophomore: Cole Troop Junior: Kieran McFall Senior: Emma French Congratulations to this month’s winners!

Attention Students: The senior class is hosting a MOD pizza fundraiser on Wednesday, March 9th at the Rohrerstown Rd. location. Come out and enjoy a great meal, and be sure to mention the fundraiser when you place your order!

What are your favorite moments Penn Manor? Comet Nation wants you to vote for your favorite moments in the 2021-2022 Penn Manor school year by being a part of the Penn Manor March Madness! On Tuesday of every week, students will vote for their favorite moments in the bracket. The Google Form closes each Thursday, and results will be posted. The top moments will move onto the next round until we have our number 1 moment of the 2021-2022 school year! Please check your grade level Google Classroom each Tuesday in March to vote, and see the results each week.

Penn Manor Theatre is hosting our seasonal rose sale – where you can send a colorful wooden rose to someone special. Stop by our table in the cafeteria over all lunches to place your order – and we’ll deliver the roses to block 1 classes. It’s only $2 for one rose, or you can get a bundle of 3 roses for $5, or a bundle of 6 roses for $10. Delivery date is Thursday, March 10th to line up with the school preview assembly and opening night of our spring musical, The Addams Family. Look for cast, crew and pit orchestra members in the cafeteria through Wednesday, March 9th to place your order for roses or tickets to the show. We’re celebrating 50 YEARS of musicals at PM – and we hope you’ll join us!

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during lunch and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

Attention 11th and 12th grade students, if you are intersted in joining the military after high school or would like to explore your career options, consider taking the ASVAB on Wednesday, March 16th. The test is free and will take place during blocks 1 and 2. To sign up, please check your email for the ASVAB google form link. If you need help, contact your school counselor.

Are you looking for something to do this spring? Do you enjoy getting outside and a little friendly competition? If so, the Unified Track team is the team for you! Unified Track is a PIAA and Special Olympics recognized sport that allow students with and without disabilities to participate in a sport, get some exercise and build relationships. We practice 2 days a week, and will participate in meets both here at home, and travel to away meets within the county! We will have a team meeting this Thursday, March 10th during FLEX! Come and check it out! Look for the QR codes on the screens throughout the building or come see Mrs. Lainhoff in C105 for more info!

Hey Penn Manor, join us next week for another spirit week as we prepare for the Spring Pep Rally on March 18th! Monday March 14th – Hat Day Tuesday the 15th – Tacky Tourist Wednesday the 16th – “Groufit Day” (wear all grey) Thursday the 17th – College Shirt Day Friday March 18th – Tie Dye

Are you interest in becoming a part of the Penn Manor Cheerleading Program? An informational meeting will be held Monday, March 14th during Flex Block 1 in room C235. Tryouts will be held in the Temporary Gym March 22nd-March 24th. Please see Coach Ames in room C235 or stop by the athletic office if you have any questions.

Congratulations to Kamrin Carroll for being named a boys basketballSection 1 First Team All-Star this season. This award is voted on by all the coaches in the league and it a great honor. Great job Kam. Good luck to sophomore Travis Clawson as he gets ready to head to Hershey on Thursday to compete in the PIAA Wrestling Championships at the Giant Center. Travis will be wrestling at 113lbs and his first match will be against Evan Davis from Clearfield High School.

If you are interested in taking a college class in the Fall 2022 semester, be sure to attend the Dual Enrollment Information Session in the Career Center on Thursday, March 17th during flex. The link to sign up is posted in your grade level classroom and on the counseling blog, or you can email your counselor.

Last night Penn Manor Esports League of Legends Team defeated Flint Hill High School from Oakton, Virginia 2 – 0 in a best of two match. Congratulations on extending your winning season to 3 and 1.

Tuesday, March 8, 2022, Flex Day 2

Intramural Club is cancelled for today.

The non-competitive/no judgement zone club will meet this Tuesday, March 8 in 364. Come dressed appropriately to participate in “Just Dance.” If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Brandt or Mr. Jaffe.

Attention Seniors: Prom Season is here: Prom tickets will be on sale for two weeks starting March 14th. They will be available for purchase during lunch and before school on select days. Please check your school email for important information about ticket sale times and ticket procedures. Again, please check your school email and read the information carefully!

Attention Students: The senior class is hosting a MOD pizza fundraiser on Wednesday, March 9th at the Rohrerstown Rd. location. Come out and enjoy a great meal, and be sure to mention the fundraiser when you place your order!

It’s Showtime! PM Theatre is proud to celebrate 50 years of musicals at PM this week – with performances of The Addams Family this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. We’re inviting you, Comet Nation, to join us in a Spirit Week to support our performing arts students. Today, students in the cast, crew and pit orchestra are wearing old show shirts – but on Tuesday, it’s “Pajama Day”. One of the songs in our show is “Crazier Than You” – so use that as inspiration for Wacky Wednesday. Thursday is the school preview assembly – so we’ll wear our Addams Family show shirts – but want to see your favorite bands or concert T’s. Friday is Basic Black. Be sure to buy roses and tickets to the show – and stop by our table in the cafeteria all week.

Congratulations to the February Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman: Natalia Orpneck Sophomore: Cole Troop Junior: Kieran McFall Senior: Emma French Congratulations to this month’s winners!

Attention 11th and 12th grade students, if you are intersted in joining the military after high school or would like to explore your career options, consider taking the ASVAB on Wednesday, March 16th. The test is free and will take place during blocks 1 and 2. To sign up, please check your email for the ASVAB google form link. If you need help, contact your school counselor.

“Hey Freshman class, the class officers want to hear from you! The officers are gearing up for the next class fundraiser hosted at a local restaurant but need your help. Be on the lookout for an email from Mrs. Snyder posted in the Class of 2025 google classroom later today. Be sure to select your top pick to have your say in the next fundraiser! Complete the google form by this Friday, March 11th.”

Are you looking for something to do this spring? Do you enjoy getting outside and a little friendly competition? If so, the Unified Track team is the team for you! Unified Track is a PIAA and Special Olympics recognized sport that allow students with and without disabilities to participate in a sport, get some exercise and build relationships. We practice 2 days a week, and will participate in meets both here at home, and travel to away meets within the county! We will have a team meeting this Thursday, March 10th during FLEX! Come and check it out! Look for the QR codes on the screens throughout the building or come see Mrs. Lainhoff in C105 for more info!

Congratulations to Jayden Sanchez, Avery Groff, and Grace Bresch who represented the swimming team this weekend at the District 3 Championships. All 3 swimmers dropped their times in all of their events. Jayden placed 14th in the 100 butterfly and 21st in the 100 freestyle Grace placed 23rd in the 50 freestyle with a career best time of 25.84 seconds and Avery placed 17th in the 500 freestly with a time of 5:21 Great job Comets!

It was a championship winning Saturday for our Lady Comet Bowlers. Corinne Smith, Kayla Wasche, Eva Brubaker, Willow Hee, Lacey Slaymaker and Hope Leaman took home the girls title in the Eastern Pennsylvania Regional Bowling Championships. The Comets (3,641 pins in qualifying) went up against Neshaminy in the semifinals and In the final against Governor Mifflin, Penn Manor won by 63 and 66 pins. Taking the best of 3 series 2 games to 0. This awesome team is not done yet. Next up is the Pennsylvania State High School Bowling Championships March 18-19 at Dutch Lanes where the Lady Comets will look to bring home the gold!

It was a great day for all of our girls wrestlers as they competed in the Central Region Championships yesterday. Congrats to the following wrestlers for medaling at the event. Anisa Orr – 2nd place Kaitlyn Clawson – 3rd place The State tournament is next Sunday. Good luck ladies!

Monday, March 7, 2022, Flex Day 1

Congratulations to Jayden Sanchez, Avery Groff, and Grace Bresch who represented the swimming team this weekend at the District 3 Championships. All 3 swimmers dropped their times in all of their events. Jayden placed 14th in the 100 butterfly and 21st in the 100 freestyle Grace placed 23rd in the 50 freestyle with a career best time of 25.84 seconds and Avery placed 17th in the 500 freestly with a time of 5:21 Great job Comets!

It was a championship winning Saturday for our Lady Comet Bowlers. Corinne Smith, Kayla Wasche, Eva Brubaker, Willow Hee, Lacey Slaymaker and Hope Leaman took home the girls title in the Eastern Pennsylvania Regional Bowling Championships. The Comets (3,641 pins in qualifying) went up against Neshaminy in the semifinals and In the final against Governor Mifflin, Penn Manor won by 63 and 66 pins. Taking the best of 3 series 2 games to 0. This awesome team is not done yet. Next up is the Pennsylvania State High School Bowling Championships March 18-19 at Dutch Lanes where the Lady Comets will look to bring home the gold!

It was a great day for all of our girls wrestlers as they competed in the Central Region Championships yesterday. Congrats to the following wrestlers for medaling at the event. Anisa Orr – 2nd place Kaitlyn Clawson – 3rd place The State tournament is next Sunday. Good luck ladies!

Attention Students: The senior class is hosting a MOD pizza fundraiser on Wednesday, March 9th at the Rohrerstown Rd. location. Come out and enjoy a great meal, and be sure to mention the fundraiser when you place your order!

It’s Showtime! PM Theatre is proud to celebrate 50 years of musicals at PM this week – with performances of The Addams Family this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. We’re inviting you, Comet Nation, to join us in a Spirit Week to support our performing arts students. Today, students in the cast, crew and pit orchestra are wearing old show shirts – but on Tuesday, it’s “Pajama Day”. One of the songs in our show is “Crazier Than You” – so use that as inspiration for Wacky Wednesday. Thursday is the school preview assembly – so we’ll wear our Addams Family show shirts – but want to see your favorite bands or concert T’s. Friday is Basic Black. Be sure to buy roses and tickets to the show – and stop by our table in the cafeteria all week.

What are your favorite moments Penn Manor? Comet Nation wants you to vote for your favorite moments in the 2021-2022 Penn Manor school year by being a part of the Penn Manor March Madness! On Tuesday of every week, students will vote for their favorite moments in the bracket. The Google Form closes each Thursday, and results will be posted. The top moments will move onto the next round until we have our number 1 moment of the 2021-2022 school year! Please check your grade level Google Classroom each Tuesday in March to vote, and see the results each week.

Freshmen, the class officers want to hear from you! Be on the look out for a chance to vote on your next fundraiser. Check the Class of 2025 Google classroom later today for more information.

The non-competitive/no judgement zone club will meet this Tuesday, March 8 in 364. Come dressed appropriately to participate in “Just Dance.” If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Brandt or Mr. Jaffe.

Friday, March 4, 2022

Attention seniors, we need your help determining where our senior trip will be. Check your email for a quick 2 question survey. Please fill out the survey by Friday so we can make a decision on where our class trip will be.

There is scholarship money available for seniors who took classes within the Applied Engineering, Technology and Business department. If you had Mrs. Bawiec, Mrs. Craig, Dr. Miller, Mr. Groff, Mr. Garrett or Mr. Brubaker and you are currently a senior, you are eligible to apply! See one of those teachers for an application! Applications are due back by March 18!

Best of luck to our Girls Wrestling team this Sunday as they travel to McCaskey for the Central Regional Wrestling Championship. The girls will be looking to medal and qualify for the state championships next week at Central Dauphin High School. Good luck ladies!

Final reminder for any student interested in trying out for a spring sport. Tryouts begin on Monday March 7th for baseball, softball, boys and girls lacrosse, boys volleyball, boys tennis, and track and field. If you intend to participate you must turn in a completed PIAA physical or a recert form if you have played a fall or winter sport and a Code of Conduct. Stop by the athletic office if you have any questions.

Juniors! Your Gertrude Hawk orders are due TODAY. Please turn your order forms in to Mrs. Ames in room C235 or Mrs. Crowther in room C339. Please keep your pink form to remember each persons order that you sold to.

Attention Students: The senior class is hosting a MOD pizza fundraiser on Wednesday, March 9th at the Rohrerstown Rd. location. Come out and enjoy a great meal, and be sure to mention the fundraiser when you place your order!

Penn Manor Theatre is hosting our seasonal rose sale – where you can send a colorful wooden rose to someone special. Stop by our table in the cafeteria over all lunches to place your order – and we’ll deliver the roses to block 1 classes. It’s only $2 for one rose, or you can get a bundle of 3 roses for $5, or a bundle of 6 roses for $10. Delivery date is Thursday, March 10th to line up with the school preview assembly and opening night of our spring musical, The Addams Family. Look for cast, crew and pit orchestra members in the cafeteria through Wednesday, March 9th to place your order for roses or tickets to the show. We’re celebrating 50 YEARS of musicals at PM – and we hope you’ll join us!

Each year the Penn Manor Education Foundation is able to give over $70,000 in scholarships to Penn Manor Seniors. There will be two available dates (3/7 and 3/14) for you to receive support completing the applications during Flex Day 1 in the Counseling Office Career Center. Sign up ASAP to secure a spot before the PMEF Scholarship deadline on March 18th.

Thursday, March 3, 2022, Flex Day 4

Ms. Wurzbach’s 4th block FFA Flex is cancelled for today.

MiniTHON is canceled for today (March 3). Members please stay in your B4 flex.

Do you like donuts? Bring $2.00 this Friday and get yourself a donut and drink before 1st block

Good luck to Penn Manor Swimmers Jayden Sanchez, Grace Bresch, and Avery Groff as they head to Cumberland Valley High School on Friday for the PIAA District 3 championships. Comets will hit the pool at 4pm on Friday.

ast night at Red Lion the girls basketball season came to end. Our Lady Comets fought hard all game and came up just short 41-37. It was a historic and memorable season for the team as they won the first Section 1 Title since 1975, were LL League Semi-Finalists, and placed 8th in the District 3 Tournament. This team has made us all Penn Manor Proud and made the East Gym a tough place. A special shoutout to to Comet Nation who packed the East Gym all year and took over opposing gyms to bring a home court atmosphere on the road. Your support this season was amazing and we hope to see you out at all of our spring sports events.

Students- have you completed your required Career Planning lessons in XELLO? 9th graders must have three lessons complete, 10th graders 6 lessons complete and 11th graders must have all 9 lessons complete in XELLO in order to complete the Graduation Project requirements. Friday Flex on March 4th will be devoted to completing XELLO lessons. Take advantage of this time to think about your post high school options and plans!

Cinerella’s Closet – Saturday, March 5, From 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Location St. Philip’s Church – Corner of Millersville Pike and RT. 741 Top of the driveway and the building is on the right Cinderella’s Closet provides formal wear for the prom. We would like to help every girl fulill her dream of attending the prom.

Attention Juniors! Your Gertrude Hawk orders are due tomorrow Friday, March 4th. Please turn your order forms in to Mrs. Ames in room C235 or Mrs. Crowther in room C339 no later than tomorrow. Please keep your pink form to remember each persons order that you sold to.

Each year the Penn Manor Education Foundation is able to give over $70,000 in scholarships to Penn Manor Seniors. There will be two available dates (3/7 and 3/14) for you to receive support completing the applications during Flex Day 1 in the Counseling Office Career Center. Sign up ASAP to secure a spot before the PMEF Scholarship deadline on March 18th.

What are your favorite moments Penn Manor? Comet Nation wants you to vote for your favorite moments in the 2021-2022 Penn Manor school year by being a part of the Penn Manor March Madness! On Tuesday of every week, students will vote for their favorite moments in the bracket. The Google Form closes each Thursday, and results will be posted. The top moments will move onto the next round until we have our number 1 moment of the 2021-2022 school year! Please check your grade level Google Classroom each Tuesday in March to vote, and see the results each week.

There is scholarship money available for seniors who took classes within the Applied Engineering, Technology and Business department. If you had Mrs. Bawiec, Mrs. Craig, Dr. Miller, Mr. Groff, Mr. Garrett or Mr. Brubaker and you are currently a senior, you are eligible to apply! See one of those teachers for an application! Applications are due back by March 18!

Attention Students: The senior class is hosting a MOD pizza fundraiser on Wednesday, March 9th at the Rohrerstown Rd. location. Come out and enjoy a great meal, and be sure to mention the fundraiser when you place your order!

Wednesday, March 2, 2022, Flex Day 3

There is scholarship money available for seniors who took classes within the Applied Engineering, Technology and Business department. If you had Mrs. Bawiec, Mrs. Craig, Dr. Miller, Mr. Groff, Mr. Garrett or Mr. Brubaker and you are currently a senior, you are eligible to apply! See one of those teachers for an application! Applications are due back by March 18!

The class of 2024 is holding a fundraiser at chipotle on march 2 from 5-9 PM. Make sure to be there to support this great cause and help your class raise money!

Cinerella’s Closet – Saturday, March 5, From 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Location St. Philip’s Church – Corner of Millersville Pike and RT. 741 Top of the driveway and the building is on the right Cinderella’s Closet provides formal wear for the prom. We would like to help every girl fulill her dream of attending the prom.

ABC Keystone will host- All ‘bout Construction (ABC) Girls’ Camp again this year. Camp is free and is for ages 14-19 with any (or no) level of experience. There are 20 spots available, and priority will be given to first time campers and girls from Lancaster County. Transportation to and from camp each day is the responsibility of the camper. Applications are due no later than Friday, April 29, 2022. Go to abckeystone.org or the counseling blog for more information.

Each year the Penn Manor Education Foundation is able to give over $70,000 in scholarships to Penn Manor Seniors. There will be two available dates (3/7 and 3/14) for you to receive support completing the applications during Flex Day 1 in the Counseling Office Career Center. Sign up ASAP to secure a spot before the PMEF Scholarship deadline on March 18th.

What are your favorite moments Penn Manor? Comet Nation wants you to vote for your favorite moments in the 2021-2022 Penn Manor school year by being a part of the Penn Manor March Madness! On Tuesday of every week, students will vote for their favorite moments in the bracket. The Google Form closes each Thursday, and results will be posted. The top moments will move onto the next round until we have our number 1 moment of the 2021-2022 school year! Please check your grade level Google Classroom each Tuesday in March to vote, and see the results each week.

There is scholarship money available for seniors who took classes within the Applied Engineering, Technology and Business department. If you had Mrs. Bawiec, Mrs. Craig, Dr. Miller, Mr. Groff, Mr. Garrett or Mr. Brubaker and you are currently a senior, you are eligible to apply! See one of those teachers for an application! Applications are due back by March 18!

Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Flex Day 2

Comet Nation, the girls basketball team needs you to take one more road trip to cheer on the team as they travel to Red Lion on Wednesday. Game time is 7pm. Winner advances to the PIAA state tournament.

Support Mr. Bechtel for lifechanger of the year! He could win up to $10,000 for the school. Go to tinyurl.com/PMLifeChanger and leave a comment.

The class of 2024 is holding a fundraiser at chipotle on march 2 from 5-9 PM. Make sure to be there to support this great cause and help your class raise money!

Cinerella’s Closet – Saturday, March 5, From 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Location St. Philip’s Church – Corner of Millersville Pike and RT. 741 Top of the driveway and the building is on the right Cinderella’s Closet provides formal wear for the prom. We would like to help every girl fulill her dream of attending the prom.

If you or someone you know is looking for a job, be sure to check out the virtual job board! More than 30 local employers have reached out to Penn Manor because they want to hire you. You can scan the QR Code on the Display screens or in the counseling office. Options are updated regularly.

ABC Keystone will host- All ‘bout Construction (ABC) Girls’ Camp again this year. Camp is free and is for ages 14-19 with any (or no) level of experience. There are 20 spots available, and priority will be given to first time campers and girls from Lancaster County. Transportation to and from camp each day is the responsibility of the camper. Applications are due no later than Friday, April 29, 2022. Go to abckeystone.org or the counseling blog for more information.

Each year the Penn Manor Education Foundation is able to give over $70,000 in scholarships to Penn Manor Seniors. There will be two available dates (3/7 and 3/14) for you to receive support completing the applications during Flex Day 1 in the Counseling Office Career Center. Sign up ASAP to secure a spot before the PMEF Scholarship deadline on March 18th.

What are your favorite moments Penn Manor? Comet Nation wants you to vote for your favorite moments in the 2021-2022 Penn Manor school year by being a part of the Penn Manor March Madness! On Tuesday of every week, students will vote for their favorite moments in the bracket. The Google Form closes each Thursday, and results will be posted. The top moments will move onto the next round until we have our number 1 moment of the 2021-2022 school year! Please check your grade level Google Classroom each Tuesday in March to vote, and see the results each week.

Friday, February 25, 2022

The spring sports season is right around the corner. The first day of tryouts is Monday March 7th. Any student interested in boys or girls lacrosse, boys tennis, boys volleyball, baseball, softball, or track and field please stop by the athletic office to pick up your PIAA physical forms and other paper work. We can also help answer any questions you have and get your conneted with the head coach.

Support Mr. Bechtel for lifechanger of the year! He could win up to $10,000 for the school. Go to tinyurl.com/PMLifeChanger and leave a comment.

The class of 2024 is holding a fundraiser at chipotle on march 2 from 5-9 PM. Make sure to be there to support this great cause and help your class raise money!

Cinerella’s Closet – Saturday, March 5, From 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Location St. Philip’s Church – Corner of Millersville Pike and RT. 741 Top of the driveway and the building is on the right Cinderella’s Closet provides formal wear for the prom. We would like to help every girl fulill her dream of attending the prom.

If you or someone you know is looking for a job, be sure to check out the virtual job board! More than 30 local employers have reached out to Penn Manor because they want to hire you. You can scan the QR Code on the Display screens or in the counseling office. Options are updated regularly.

Each year the Penn Manor Education Foundation is able to give over $70,000 in scholarships to Penn Manor Seniors. There will be three available dates (2/28, 3/7, 3/14) for you to receive support completing the applications during Flex Day 1 in the Counseling Office Career Center. Sign up ASAP to secure a spot before the PMEF Scholarship deadline on March 18th. Check your email for the sign up.

Attention Juniors! It’s time to sell, sell, sell that Gertrude Hawk! Orders are due to Mrs. Ames in room C235 or Mrs. Crowther in room C339 by Friday March 4th! Imagine how great our Prom will be if we all just sell some chocolate!

ABC Keystone will host- All ‘bout Construction (ABC) Girls’ Camp again this year. Camp is free and is for ages 14-19 with any (or no) level of experience. There are 20 spots available, and priority will be given to first time campers and girls from Lancaster County. Transportation to and from camp each day is the responsibility of the camper. Applications are due no later than Friday, April 29, 2022. Go to abckeystone.org or the counseling blog for more information.

“Okay Penn Manor … today is the final SEL staff trivia question. Teachers, please remember to fill out the SEL survey answer form sent out by Mr. Bressler. All answer forms will be accepted until 2:00 pm on Sunday. The top 3 scoring block 2 classes will be announced on Tuesday, March 1 during announcements. Winner will get to enjoy a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate and a fascinate donut in Collusion Space during block 2 flex that day. All students in a winning class, should remain in their block 2 flex, prior to going to any clubs that day.”

Good luck to our student athletes competing in District 3 playoffs this weekend. Ty Grassel and Travis Clawson will be representing our wrestling team at Spring Grove. Top 4 finalists in each weight class will qualify for the state tournament. Our bowling team will be headed to ABC Lanes in Harrisburg on Saturday to complete in the championship tournament. Good luck to our Comet student-athletes!

Last night the Lady Comets traveled to Cedar Cliff and lost a hard fought game to the District 3 #1 seed and undefeated Colts by the score of 42-33. Special shout out to Comet Nation members who drove up and those who rode the bus with Mr. Krow. Your support is greatly appreciated and we will need you to show up again on Monday. The girls are not done! They will play a consolation game at Central York on Monday at 7pm and look to secure their spot in the PIAA state championship. Hope to see all of our fans out at Central York.

Thursday, February 24, 2022, Flex Day 4

Attention Juniors! It’s time to sell, sell, sell that Gertrude Hawk! Orders are due to Mrs. Ames in room C235 or Mrs. Crowther in room C339 by Friday March 4th! Imagine how great our Prom will be if we all just sell some chocolate!

Each year the Penn Manor Education Foundation is able to give over $70,000 in scholarships to Penn Manor Seniors. There will be three available dates (2/28, 3/7, 3/14) for you to receive support completing the applications during Flex Day 1 in the Counseling Office Career Center. Sign up ASAP to secure a spot before the PMEF Scholarship deadline on March 18th. Check your email for the sign up.

Congratulatuions to Erik Hinkle, Pedro Gomez and Evan Jurgensen who were selected to represent the south squad for the 2022 Tri-County All Star FootballGame. The game will be played on May 27 at 7pm at Manheim Central.

Attention any boys in grades 9-12 interested in trying out for the volleyball team this spring: Try-outs start Monday March 7, 2022 thru March 9, 2022 in the High School Gym from 4:00pm – 6:30pm. If you have any questions please stop in the athletic office.

Attention any girls interested in playing lacrosse this spring. There are currently weight room and open gym session going on: Team Weight Room – Tues/Thurs 4-4:30PM Open Gym – Tues/Thurs 5-7PM If you are interested in playing/trying out for the Spring 2022, please email Coach Starry at anneli.starry@pennmanor.net.

The spring sports season is right around the corner. The first day of tryouts is Monday March 7th. Any student interested in boys or girls lacrosse, boys tennis, boys volleyball, baseball, softball, or track and field please stop by the athletic office to pick up your PIAA physical forms and other paper work. We can also help answer any questions you have and get your conneted with the head coach.

February 22-25 is National FFA Week! Manor FFA is hosting a spirit week next week. Participate with us in the following spirit days: Friday: Animal Print/Camo Day

Support Mr. Bechtel for lifechanger of the year! He could win up to $10,000 for the school. Go to tinyurl.com/PMLifeChanger and leave a comment.

Cinerella’s Closet – Saturday, March 5, From 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Location St. Philip’s Church – Corner of Millersville Pike and RT. 741 Top of the driveway and the building is on the right Cinderella’s Closet provides formal wear for the prom. We would like to help every girl fulill her dream of attending the prom.

If you or someone you know is looking for a job, be sure to check out the virtual job board! More than 30 local employers have reached out to Penn Manor because they want to hire you. You can scan the QR Code on the Display screens or in the counseling office. Options are updated regularly.

The class of 2024 is holding a fundraiser at chipotle on march 2 from 5-9 PM. Make sure to be there to support this great cause and help your class raise money!

Good luck to Ty Grassel and Travis Clawson who will be representing the Penn Manor wrestling team at Districts at spring Grove high school this Friday and Saturday. They will be looking to medal and qualify for the state tournament.

Good luck to our girls basketball team as they travel to Cedar Cliff High School tonight to take on the Colts in the quarterfinals of the District 3 Championship. We need Comet Nation to come out and take over the gym and cheer the girls onto victory.

Wednesday, February 23, 2022, Flex Day 3

Attention any boys in grades 9-12 interested in trying out for the volleyball team this spring: Try-outs start Monday March 7, 2022 thru March 9, 2022 in the High School Gym from 4:00pm – 6:30pm. If you have any questions please stop in the athletic office.

Attention any girls interested in playing lacrosse this spring. There are currently weight room and open gym session going on: Team Weight Room – Tues/Thurs 4-4:30PM Open Gym – Tues/Thurs 5-7PM If you are interested in playing/trying out for the Spring 2022, please email Coach Starry at anneli.starry@pennmanor.net.

The spring sports season is right around the corner. The first day of tryouts is Monday March 7th. Any student interested in boys or girls lacrosse, boys tennis, boys volleyball, baseball, softball, or track and field please stop by the athletic office to pick up your PIAA physical forms and other paper work. We can also help answer any questions you have and get your conneted with the head coach.

If you or someone you know is looking for a job, plan to attend the Columbia Job Fair on February 24 from 6 to 8 pm. CareerLink will be hosting this job fair at the Columbia High School. Employers with summer and full time jobs after high school will also be there. The event is free and registration is not required.

Academy Night 2022 will be held at Penn Manor High School on Friday, February 25th from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. United States Service Academy Liaison officers, ROTC representatives and DODMERB personnel will be present to brief on their programs. RSVP not required, registration begins at 6pm. More information can be found on the counseling blog or in your grade level Google Classrooms.

February 22-25 is National FFA Week! Manor FFA is hosting a spirit week next week. Participate with us in the following spirit days: Thursday: Dress as your Career Day Friday: Animal Print/Camo Day

There will be a parents meeting for track and field this Wednesay 2/23 at 7pm in the high school cafeteria. Any students participating in track, please share this information with you parents.

Support Mr. Bechtel for lifechanger of the year! He could win up to $10,000 for the school. Go to tinyurl.com/PMLifeChanger and leave a comment.

All students interested in spring track, there will be a meeting during flex today on the STEM social stairs. If you plan on going please let your flex teacher know. All students attending the meeting will sign in so we can keep count of who attended.

If you’d like to sign up to ride the fan bus to the girls basketball game this Thursday, you may also sign up in the cafeteria on Wednesday. Harrison Brown will be distributing permission slips during lunches. Please return them by Thursday morning at the latest. We hope to see as many students there as possible!

Cinerella’s Closet – Saturday, March 5, From 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Location St. Philip’s Church – Corner of Millersville Pike and RT. 741 Top of the driveway and the building is on the right Cinderella’s Closet provides formal wear for the prom. We would like to help every girl fulill her dream of attending the prom.

Tuesday, February 22, 2022, Flex Day 2

It was an exciting holiday weekend for our Comets sports teams. On Friday the boys bowlers participated in the LL League singles championship and senior Derek Warfel came away with the third place medal. The team continues on in there playoff season. Friday and Saturday our wrestlers competed in the District 3 Sectional Tournament at Hempfield. Travis Clawson and Ty Grassel both finished in third place in their weight classes and have qualified for the District 3 Championship this weekend. On Sunday the girls wrestling team hosted the first Annual Penn Manor Tournament. Over 100 high school girl wrestlers competed and put on a show of talent and skill for all the spectators. Good luck to our girls as they now get ready for the Regional and State Championship. Last night in front of another packed house, the Lady Comets basketball team defeated Wilson in the first round of the District 3 playoffs by the score of 44- 29. Izzy Kligge and Lily Sugra lead the Comets with 12 points a piece. Kamia Goodley, Emily Riggs, Mogan Miller, and Sydney Shepos all chipped in on scoring as well. The Comets were physical all night and the defense kept the Bulldogs off the board for most of the night. Next up is a quarterfinal match up vs #1 Seed Cedar Cliff at Cedar Cliff high school this Thurdsday at 7pm. Comet Nation… If we get enough students signed we will try and get a fan bus to the girls basketball game this Thursday. You will need to sign up and get a permission slip in the athletic office. Permission slips must be returned by the end of the day on Wednesday. Bus ride would be free, tickets to the game are $6. Again, sign up and get your sheets today in the athletic office if you would like to go.

Attention Seniors: If you sold pizza for our Joe Corbi’s fundraiser, the pick up date is next Tuesday, February 22nd in Central Complex at the end of the day. You need to pick up your items that day or make arrangements for someone to get your items if you are not in school. Thanks again for participating and see you all on Tuesday with your orders!

If you or someone you know is looking for a job, plan to attend the Columbia Job Fair on February 24 from 6 to 8 pm. CareerLink will be hosting this job fair at the Columbia High School. Employers with summer and full time jobs after high school will also be there. The event is free and registration is not required.

Last Week Penn manor Rocket league varsity and Penn Manor Rocket league jv both played their first games of the spring season. Penn Manor varsity played against McKinley High School jv and won the series in a 4-0 dominant sweep. The Penn Manor JV also beat iLead academy 4-0. Congratulations on a good start.

Academy Night 2022 will be held at Penn Manor High School on Friday, February 25th from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. United States Service Academy Liaison officers, ROTC representatives and DODMERB personnel will be present to brief on their programs. RSVP not required, registration begins at 6pm. More information can be found on the counseling blog or in your grade level Google Classrooms.

There will be a parents meeting for track and field this Wednesay 2/23 at 7pm in the high school cafeteria. Any students participating in track, please share this information with you parents.

Attention any boys in grades 9-12 interested in trying out for the volleyball team this spring: Try-outs start Monday March 7, 2022 thru March 9, 2022 in the High School Gym from 4:00pm – 6:30pm. If you have any questions please stop in the athletic office.

Attention any girls interested in playing lacrosse this spring. There are currently weight room and open gym session going on: Team Weight Room – Tues/Thurs 4-4:30PM Open Gym – Tues/Thurs 5-7PM If you are interested in playing/trying out for the Spring 2022, please email Coach Starry at anneli.starry@pennmanor.net.

The spring sports season is right around the corner. The first day of tryouts is Monday March 7th. Any student interested in boys or girls lacrosse, boys tennis, boys volleyball, baseball, softball, or track and field please stop by the athletic office to pick up your PIAA physical forms and other paper work. We can also help answer any questions you have and get your conneted with the head coach.

February 22-25 is National FFA Week! Manor FFA is hosting a spirit week next week. Participate with us in the following spirit days: Wednesday: Blue and Gold day for FFA Colors Thursday: Dress as your Career Day Friday: Animal Print/Camo Day

Support Mr. Bechtel for lifechanger of the year! He could win up to $10,000 for the school. Go to tinyurl.com/PMLifeChanger and leave a comment.

Cinerella’s Closet – Saturday, March 5, From 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Location St. Philip’s Church – Corner of Millersville Pike and RT. 741 Top of the driveway and the building is on the right Cinderella’s Closet provides formal wear for the prom. We would like to help every girl fulill her dream of attending the prom.

Friday, February 18, 2022

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Attention any boys in grades 9-12 interested in trying out for the volleyball team this spring: Try-outs start Monday March 7, 2022 thru March 9, 2022 in the High School Gym from 4:00pm – 6:30pm. If you have any questions please stop in the athletic office.

Attention any girls interested in playing lacrosse this spring. There are currently weight room and open gym session going on: Team Weight Room – Tues/Thurs 4-4:30PM Open Gym – Tues/Thurs 5-7PM If you are interested in playing/trying out for the Spring 2022, please email Coach Starry at anneli.starry@pennmanor.net.

Attention Seniors: If you sold pizza for our Joe Corbi’s fundraiser, the pick up date is next Tuesday, February 22nd in Central Complex at the end of the day. You need to pick up your items that day or make arrangements for someone to get your items if you are not in school. Thanks again for participating and see you all on Tuesday with your orders!

For this Friday’s early dismissal, the weight room will have adjusted hours. Any student or faculty member wanting to work out, the weight room will be open from 12:30 to 2pm.

The spring sports season is right around the corner. The first day of tryouts is Monday March 7th. Any student interested in boys or girls lacrosse, boys tennis, boys volleyball, baseball, softball, or track and field please stop by the athletic office to pick up your PIAA physical forms and other paper work. We can also help answer any questions you have and get your conneted with the head coach.

Attention Seniors: Graduation items that were ordered through Herff Jones such as souvenir tassels, keychains, tee shits, sweatshirts, and picture frames have arrived and need to be picked up in the Main Office. Please stop in the Main Office to pick up your items as soon as possible. Thank you!

Thaddeus Stevens is now offering an Associates Degree in Civil Engineering Construction Technology. If you like to work outside with innovative equipment, civil construction is right for you! Applications are being accepted now. There will be a virtual info session on February 22 at 7 pm. Go to stevenscollege.edu/civil/ for more information.

Academy Night 2022 will be held at Penn Manor High School on Friday, February 25th from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. United States Service Academy Liaison officers, ROTC representatives and DODMERB personnel will be present to brief on their programs. RSVP not required, registration begins at 6pm. More information can be found on the counseling blog or in your grade level Google Classrooms.

Exciting news from the music world! Last weekend, Penn Manor chorus students competed for a place in the Region V Choral Festival. Six of our students will be advancing on to represent Penn Manor at the festival on March 25th. A huge congratulations to Paige Wall, Emily Witmer, Grace Fafel, Elizabeth Lebo, Kaleb Kabkjian, and Nicole Chen.

February 22-25 is National FFA Week! Manor FFA is hosting a spirit week next week. Participate with us in the following spirit days: Tuesday: Hat Day Wednesday: Blue and Gold day for FFA Colors Thursday: Dress as your Career Day Friday: Animal Print/Camo Day

If you or someone you know is looking for a job, plan to attend the Columbia Job Fair on February 24 from 6 to 8 pm. CareerLink will be hosting this job fair at the Columbia High School. Employers with summer and full time jobs after high school will also be there. The event is free and registration is not required.

Thursday, February 17, 2022, Flex Day 4

Walk and Talk club is cancelled for today due to course selection in Block 4 Flex.

Students, this is jut a reminder that all students must report to block 4 flex today prior to going to club. All students must report to their flex room to check their course selection progress. This is just a reminder that all course selection requests must be completed by tomorrow, Friday, February 18th. If you have any questions about this process, please reach out to your school counselor or see your grade level administrator at lunch.

Thaddeus Stevens is now offering an Associates Degree in Civil Engineering Construction Technology. If you like to work outside with innovative equipment, civil construction is right for you! Applications are being accepted now. There will be a virtual info session on February 22 at 7 pm. Go to stevenscollege.edu/civil/ for more information.

Do you like donuts? If so, you are in luck! Minithon is selling donuts and a drink for $2.00 on Fridays at the main entrance and by the attendance office. Stop by for a sweet treat.

Attention Seniors: If you sold pizza for our Joe Corbi’s fundraiser, the pick up date is next Tuesday, February 22nd in Central Complex at the end of the day. You need to pick up your items that day or make arrangements for someone to get your items if you are not in school. Thanks again for participating and see you all on Tuesday with your orders!

Civitas club is canceled for today due to course selection. Civitas members should view our Google Classroom post for more information about upcoming club activities.

Congratulations to the Penn Manor bowling team who finished in second place yesterday at the LL League Team Bowling Championship. The team defeated Cocalico in the first round 2-0 and Warwick 2-1 in the semifinals. In the finals it was the Comets vs our rivals from Hempfield. It came down the the third and final game and Hempfield managed to get 9 more pins to get the win. Best of luck to the team as they continue on in the post season. Over at Hempfield the Lady Comets played in an epic semifinal matchup vs Ephrata. The game was back and forth all night and 4 quarters was not enough to declare a winner as the game went to overtime. Both defenses played strong and Ephrata came away with the 2 point victory. The girls played their hearts out and it was an amazing game to watch. Thank you to the student section who took over an entire section of the gym and were loud all night and to all the staff and faculty who came out and supported the team. We will need that same energy on Monday night at 7pm when the Comets host Wilson in the first round of the district 3 playoffs.

For this Friday’s early dismissal, the weight room will have adjusted hours. Any student or faculty member wanting to work out, the weight room will be open from 12:30 to 2pm.

The spring sports season is right around the corner. The first day of tryouts is Monday March 7th. Any student interested in boys or girls lacrosse, boys tennis, boys volleyball, baseball, softball, or track and field please stop by the athletic office to pick up your PIAA physical forms and other paper work. We can also help answer any questions you have and get your conneted with the head coach.

Attention minithon club members. Club this week is for all members grade 9-12. See you there.

If you are looking for college information, there will be a College Fair held at Thaddeus Stevens on the morning of March 15th. The Counseling Department is hosting a field trip for Juniors to attend the College Fair. If you are interested in attending, stop by the Counseling Office for a field trip form.

Attention any girls interested in playing lacrosse this spring. There are currently weight room and open gym session going on: Team Weight Room – Tues/Thurs 4-4:30PM Open Gym – Tues/Thurs 5-7PM If you are interested in playing/trying out for the Spring 2022, please email Coach Starry at anneli.starry@pennmanor.net.

Attention any boys in grades 9-12 interested in trying out for the volleyball team this spring: Try-outs start Monday March 7, 2022 thru March 9, 2022 in the High School Gym from 4:00pm – 6:30pm. If you have any questions please stop in the athletic office.

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Wednesday, February 16, 2022, Flex Day 3

Congratulations to the Penn Manor bowling team who finished in second place yesterday at the LL League Team Bowling Championship. The team defeated Cocalico in the first round 2-0 and Warwick 2-1 in the semifinals. In the finals it was the Comets vs our rivals from Hempfield. It came down the the third and final game and Hempfield managed to get 9 more pins to get the win. Best of luck to the team as they continue on in the post season. Over at Hempfield the Lady Comets played in an epic semifinal matchup vs Ephrata. The game was back and forth all night and 4 quarters was not enough to declare a winner as the game went to overtime. Both defenses played strong and Ephrata came away with the 2 point victory. The girls played their hearts out and it was an amazing game to watch. Thank you to the student section who took over an entire section of the gym and were loud all night and to all the staff and faculty who came out and supported the team. We will need that same energy on Monday night at 7pm when the Comets host Wilson in the first round of the district 3 playoffs.

Attention Seniors: If you sold pizza for our Joe Corbi’s fundraiser, the pick up date is next Tuesday, February 22nd in Central Complex at the end of the day. You need to pick up your items that day or make arrangements for someone to get your items if you are not in school. Thanks again for participating and see you all on Tuesday with your orders!

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Attention any boys in grades 9-12 interested in trying out for the volleyball team this spring: Try-outs start Monday March 7, 2022 thru March 9, 2022 in the High School Gym from 4:00pm – 6:30pm. If you have any questions please stop in the athletic office.

Attention any girls interested in playing lacrosse this spring. There are currently weight room and open gym session going on: Team Weight Room – Tues/Thurs 4-4:30PM Open Gym – Tues/Thurs 5-7PM If you are interested in playing/trying out for the Spring 2022, please email Coach Starry at anneli.starry@pennmanor.net.

If you are looking for college information, there will be a College Fair held at Thaddeus Stevens on the morning of March 15th. The Counseling Department is hosting a field trip for Juniors to attend the College Fair. If you are interested in attending, stop by the Counseling Office for a field trip form.

Attention minithon club members. Club this week is for all members grade 9-12. See you there.

The spring sports season is right around the corner. The first day of tryouts is Monday March 7th. Any student interested in boys or girls lacrosse, boys tennis, boys volleyball, baseball, softball, or track and field please stop by the athletic office to pick up your PIAA physical forms and other paper work. We can also help answer any questions you have and get your connected with the head coach.

Tuesday, February 15, 2022, Flex Day 2

Intramural Club is cancelled today.

On Sunday our indoor track team traveled to Alvernia for the 2022 Lancaster Lebanon League Challenge. Multiple Comets placed at the event as the team prepares for the upcoming spring outdoor season: Placing for the Comets were: Leo Medvedkin who won 1st place pole vault with a vault of 13’0″. He also placed 5th in the 60 meter dash. Maddie Whited won 1st place in the triple jump with a distance of 32’11.5″ In boys and girls shot put the Comets excelled. Jared Kleinhous took 2nd and Even Jergenson took 4th for the boys and GG Moenga placed 3rd for the girls. The Girls 4 x 800 relay got 4th place The Boys 4×400 relay got 4th place J.T. Hetrick place 5th in the mile and Kaleb Kabakjian earned 5th place – 3000 meters Great job Comets.

If you are looking for college information, there will be a College Fair held at Thaddeus Stevens on the morning of March 15th. The Counseling Department is hosting a field trip for Juniors to attend the College Fair. If you are interested in attending, stop by the Counseling Office for a field trip form.

Juniors- Now is a great time to begin your college planning! Join the Counseling Department for a Field trip to the Lancaster College Fair on Tuesday, March 15 from 9:30 am until 11:20 pm. The fair will take place at Thaddeus Stevens College. Field Trip forms are available in the Counseling office and Google Classroom and must be returned by February 25, 2022. Cost is free and space is limited.

Attention any girls interested in playing lacrosse this spring. There are currently weight room and open gym session going on: Team Weight Room – Tues/Thurs 4-4:30PM Open Gym – Tues/Thurs 5-7PM If you are interested in playing/trying out for the Spring 2022, please email Coach Starry at anneli.starry@pennmanor.net.

Attention any boys in grades 9-12 interested in trying out for the volleyball team this spring: Try-outs start Monday March 7, 2022 thru March 9, 2022 in the High School Gym from 4:00pm – 6:30pm. If you have any questions please stop in the athletic office.

Boys volleyball will be holding open gyms here at the high school starting next Tuesday February 15th. Open gyms will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the East Gym from 6:45-8:30pm

The 2022 Live Event Career Exploration Day at Rock Lititz will take place on April 28th from 8:30 AM-1:30 PM. Live Event production is a technical, creative, fast-paced industry, with opportunities for individuals with various education levels. With careers ranging from design to engineering, manufacturing to finance, marketing to management, together, we build and create live experience for audiences of all types. We are looking for engaged and reliable high school juniors and seniors who are seeking unconventional career paths, to come experience a unique hands-on career day at Rock Lititz and explore the live event industry that exist where technology meets art. Students will be responsible for their own transportation. Applications are being accepted now and the deadline to apply is March 18th.

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Monday, February 14, 2022, Flex Day 1

Congratulaions to the members of the swim team who competed at the League Championship this weekend. Both the boys and girls teams finished 8th overall and all swimmers saw great drops in their times. Lots of medals came home with the Comets. Great job. On Saturday night, the Lady Comets hosted the first league playoff game since 1975 in front of a packed gym. Comet Nation was loud all game and provided a great home court advantage for the team. On the court, the team defeated the LS Pioneers by the final score of 40-34 and have advanced to the semifinals of the LL League Championship. Lily Sugra had a game high 17 points and Morgan Miller connected for 3 – 3 pointers. Next up for the Comets is Ephrata. The game will be played tomorrow at 7:30pm at Hempfield High School and we need Comet Nation to show up again and support the team.

Attention any girls interested in playing lacrosse this spring. There are currently weight room and open gym session going on: Team Weight Room – Tues/Thurs 4-4:30PM Open Gym – Tues/Thurs 5-7PM If you are interested in playing/trying out for the Spring 2022, please email Coach Starry at anneli.starry@pennmanor.net.

The 2022 Live Event Career Exploration Day at Rock Lititz will take place on April 28th from 8:30 AM-1:30 PM. Live Event production is a technical, creative, fast-paced industry, with opportunities for individuals with various education levels. With careers ranging from design to engineering, manufacturing to finance, marketing to management, together, we build and create live experience for audiences of all types. We are looking for engaged and reliable high school juniors and seniors who are seeking unconventional career paths, to come experience a unique hands-on career day at Rock Lititz and explore the live event industry that exist where technology meets art. Students will be responsible for their own transportation. Applications are being accepted now and the deadline to apply is March 18th.

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Boys volleyball will be holding open gyms here at the high school starting next Tuesday February 15th. Open gyms will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the East Gym from 6:45-8:30pm.

Juniors- Now is a great time to begin your college planning! Join the Counseling Department for a Field trip to the Lancaster College Fair on Tuesday, March 15 from 9:30 am until 11:20 pm. The fair will take place at Thaddeus Stevens College. Field Trip forms are available in the Counseling office and Google Classroom and must be returned by February 25, 2022. Cost is free and space is limited.

If you are looking for college information, there will be a College Fair held at Thaddeus Stevens on the morning of March 15th. The Counseling Department is hosting a field trip for Juniors to attend the College Fair. If you are interested in attending, stop by the Counseling Office for a field trip form.

Friday, February 11, 2022

Attention Seniors: Please fill out our “Class Items” survey for your chance to voice your opinion for our Class Color, Class Song, Class Motto, and Class Flower. A link was sent to your email on Monday of this week. The survey needs to be completed by Friday February 11th. Please take 2 minutes to complete the survey, thanks!

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Comet Nation, come out to the East Gym this Saturday at 7pm as you Section 1 Champion girls basketball team hosts the quarterfinals of the Lancaster Lebanon League basketball tournament. We won’t know the oppononet until Thursday night, but lets be sure to pack the gym and cheer the girs onto victory.

Come out to Pucillo Gym at Millersville University this Friday 2/11 to cheer on some of our Girls Wrestlers as they take on McCaskey. Matches begin at 6:45pm. You will also get to see the match between Millersville and F&M.

The 2022 Live Event Career Exploration Day at Rock Lititz will take place on April 28th from 8:30 AM-1:30 PM. Live Event production is a technical, creative, fast-paced industry, with opportunities for individuals with various education levels. With careers ranging from design to engineering, manufacturing to finance, marketing to management, together, we build and create live experience for audiences of all types. We are looking for engaged and reliable high school juniors and seniors who are seeking unconventional career paths, to come experience a unique hands-on career day at Rock Lititz and explore the live event industry that exist where technology meets art. Students will be responsible for their own transportation. Applications are being accepted now and the deadline to apply is March 18th.

Attention any boys in grades 9-12 interested in trying out for the volleyball team this spring: Try-outs start Monday March 7, 2022 thru March 9, 2022 in the High School Gym from 4:00pm – 6:30pm. If you have any questions please stop in the athletic office.

Attention any girls interested in playing lacrosse this spring. There are currently weight room and open gym session going on: Team Weight Room – Tues/Thurs 4-4:30PM Open Gym – Tues/Thurs 5-7PM If you are interested in playing/trying out for the Spring 2022, please email Coach Starry at anneli.starry@pennmanor.net.

Boys volleyball will be holding open gyms here at the high school starting next Tuesday February 15th. Open gyms will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the East Gym from 6:45-8:30pm

Thursday, February 10, 2022, Flex Day 4

This Friday the 11th wear either a basketball jersey, or a Penn Manor t-shirt to show your support for the girls basketball team as they prepare for their LL league quarterfinal game this Saturday. Best of luck to the team!

Attention MINITHON club members- Club will be for ALL members for Thursday February 10th. See you there.

Due to the junior class meeting, Empower-HER Club will not meet today. Our next club meeting is scheduled for February 24th. See you then!

Attention Seniors: Please fill out our “Class Items” survey for your chance to voice your opinion for our Class Color, Class Song, Class Motto, and Class Flower. A link was sent to your email on Monday of this week. The survey needs to be completed by Friday February 11th. Please take 2 minutes to complete the survey, thanks!

Comet Nation, come out to the East Gym this Saturday at 7pm as you Section 1 Champion girls basketball team hosts the quarterfinals of the Lancaster Lebanon League basketball tournament. We won’t know the oppononet until Thursday night, but lets be sure to pack the gym and cheer the girs onto victory.

The 2022 Live Event Career Exploration Day at Rock Lititz will take place on April 28th from 8:30 AM-1:30 PM. Live Event production is a technical, creative, fast-paced industry, with opportunities for individuals with various education levels. With careers ranging from design to engineering, manufacturing to finance, marketing to management, together, we build and create live experience for audiences of all types. We are looking for engaged and reliable high school juniors and seniors who are seeking unconventional career paths, to come experience a unique hands-on career day at Rock Lititz and explore the live event industry that exist where technology meets art. Students will be responsible for their own transportation. Applications are being accepted now and the deadline to apply is March 18th.

Wednesday, February 9, 2022, Flex Day 3

Vocal Jazz is cancelled today, but District Chorus students will still report to the chorus room to rehearse during Flex.

Congratulations to the Chess Team on their match yesterday with Manheim Township. The team earned a tie against a tough squad. Cohen Gansner and Elizabeth Pursel brought home wins at boards 2 and 4. Good luck to the team as the host Hempfield on Thursday for their last match of the season.

Comet Nation, come out to the East Gym this Saturday at 7pm as you Section 1 Champion girls basketball team hosts the quarterfinals of the Lancaster Lebanon League basketball tournament. We won’t know the oppononet until Thursday night, but lets be sure to pack the gym and cheer the girs onto victory.

This Friday the 11th wear either a basketball jersey, or a Penn Manor t-shirt to show your support for the girls basketball team as they prepare for their LL league quarterfinal game this Saturday. Best of luck to the team!

Come out to Pucillo Gym at Millersville University this Friday 2/11 to cheer on some of our Girls Wrestlers as they take on McCaskey. Matches begin at 6:45pm. You will also get to see the match between Millersville and F&M.

Attention Seniors: Please fill out our “Class Items” survey for your chance to voice your opinion for our Class Color, Class Song, Class Motto, and Class Flower. A link was sent to your email on Monday of this week. The survey needs to be completed by Friday February 11th. Please take 2 minutes to complete the survey, thanks!

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Tuesday, February 8, 2022, Flex Day 2

Come out to Pucillo Gym at Millersville University this Friday 2/11 to cheer on some of our Girls Wrestlers as they take on McCaskey. Matches begin at 6:45pm. You will also get to see the match between Millersville and F&M.

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Attention Seniors: Please fill out our “Class Items” survey for your chance to voice your opinion for our Class Color, Class Song, Class Motto, and Class Flower. A link was sent to your email on Monday of this week. The survey needs to be completed by Friday February 11th. Please take 2 minutes to complete the survey, thanks!

Monday, February 7, 2022, Flex Day 1

Congratulations to the January Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman: Julian Torres Sophomore: Carly Railing Junior: Benedict Flinchbaugh Senior: Cecily Charles Congratulations to this month’s winners!

Congratulations to our Penn Manor Girls Basketball team who defeated Manheim Township on Saturday by the score of 52-43 and by doing so are the 2021-22 Section 1 Champions. Heading into this season, the last time the Lady Comets hung a section championship banner in the gym the year was 1975. Gerald Ford was the president, Jaws was No. 1 at the box office, and gas was 57 cents a gallon. It may have taken 47 years to get the second title, but this year’s team is not done yet. They will host a quaterfinal game of the Lancaster Lebanon Leauge Playoffs at home this Saturday and have also qualified for the District 3 playoffs. Great job ladies! Good luck to our bowlers as they host the Dallastown Wildcats today at 3:30pm for a non-league match at Leisure Lanes.

This is a reminder that the Non-competitive/No Judgement Zone Club will meet tomorrow, Tuesday, February 8 in C364 during block 2 flex. Please come dressed appropriately to participate in aerobics. Please see Mrs. Brandt or Mr. Jaffe with any questions. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow.

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

We are excited to celebrate and recognize our School Counselor’s this week. We have 6 school counselors that make up our counseling department.

Mrs. Basile-A-De

Mrs. Hurst/Mrs. Wile-Df-Hh

Mrs. Ulmer-Hi-Mm

Mrs. Long-Mn-Sc

Mrs. Snyder-Sd-U and ReSET

Mrs. Ostrowski-V-Z and Emotional SupportWe also have two administrative assistants:Mrs. PJ PetersMrs. Dianna Lowe
We will continue to celebrate and recognize our school counselors this week!

Friday, February 4, 2022

Congratulations to Penn Manor Varsity Rocket league for winning the Winter 2022 State Championships! They defeated Coatesville in a tough match 3 – 0. Tyler Moore, Nate Mintzer, Alex Rivera, Seth Lyter, and Jay Pipitone had a fantastic season and carried the team to victory.

It’s a big night for the Lady Comets as they travel to Manheim Township tonight and they need the support of Comet Nation as they look to win the first Section championship for the program since 1975. Come out and cheer on the team. JV is starts at 6 followed by Varsity at 7:30 In the East Gym it is senior night for the boys basketball team as they welcome the Blue Streaks from Manheim Townsip. Good luck to our seniors and the rest of the team tonight! Congratulations to the bowling team who picked up another 7-0 sweep yesterday as they defeated the Falcons of Cedar Crest on senior night. Great job Comets!

Are you interested in sending your friends or special someone a valentines day candy gram? If so you are in luck. During the week of January 31st through February 4th at all lunches you can pre-purchase a chocolate pop candy gram for only $2.00. Candy grams will be delivered on February 14th.

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Thursday, February 3, 2022, Flex Day 4

Fashion Club will be cancelled for today, Thursday, February 3rd for Block 4 Flex.

Congratulations to the Chess Team on their win at Lancaster Catholic on Tuesday. The Comets took all five boards from the Crusaders. Special recognition goes out to Justin Hripto and Jordan Chen for spectacular wins at boards 1 and 2.

Thursday, February 3rd at 3 PM, Penn Manor’s Varsity Rocket League team will face off against Coatesville in the Pennsylvania Scholastic Esports League State Championships. We will be streaming the game live in the high school library at 3 PM. They would love to have you come and support them.

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Are you interested in sending your friends or special someone a valentines day candy gram? If so you are in luck. During the week of January 31st through February 4th at all lunches you can pre-purchase a chocolate pop candy gram for only $2.00. Candy grams will be delivered on February 14th.

Wednesday, February 2, 2022, Flex Day 3

It was an exciting Friday and Saturday for our Comet athletes. Friday night, in front of a huge home crowd, the Lady Comets defeated McCaskey 62-29. Senior Lily Sugra led all scorers with 32 points. Then the day the team went back to work and defeated Susquehanna Township 43-30. The Comets remain tied for first place in Section 1 as they head into the final week of the regular season. Our wrestlers competed in the LL League Championship this weekend and brought home some medals. Travis Clawson earned third place at 113 lbs with an 8-4 decision in is final match. The Lady Comets also crowned two champions. Trinity Mowery and Madison Wagner took first place at their weight classes. Great job to all of our wrestlers who represented Penn Manor this weekend.

It was an exciting senior night for the Lady Comets on Tuesday as they defeated Cedar Crest 52-39. Lily Sugra had 28 for the Comets. With the Hempfield losing to Manheim Township, the Comets can take the Section 1 title Friday night when they travel to Township. Come out and support the team and get loud in Neffsville.

Congrats to the bowling team on their 7-0 sweep of Manheim Township yesterday. With the win, the Comets remained tied for the section one lead and have clinched a spot in the LL Leage Team Championships. Great job Comets!

Congratulations to the Chess Team on their win at Lancaster Catholic on Tuesday. The Comets took all five boards from the Crusaders. Special recognition goes out to Justin Hripto and Jordan Chen for spectacular wins at boards 1 and 2.

Thursday, February 3rd at 3 PM, Penn Manor’s Varsity Rocket League team will face off against Coatesville in the Pennsylvania Scholastic Esports League State Championships. We will be streaming the game live in the high school library at 3 PM. They would love to have you come and support them.

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Are you interested in sending your friends or special someone a valentines day candy gram? If so you are in luck. During the week of January 31st through February 4th at all lunches you can pre-purchase a chocolate pop candy gram for only $2.00. Candy grams will be delivered on February 14th.

Tuesday, February 1, 2022, Flex Day 2

There will be no drawing club until February 9th.

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Are you interested in sending your friends or special someone a valentines day candy gram? If so you are in luck. During the week of January 31st through February 4th at all lunches you can pre-purchase a chocolate pop candy gram for only $2.00. Candy grams will be delivered on February 14th.

Attention Penn Manor – Wednesday, February 2nd is National Signing Day for High School Athletes who are planning on playing a sport in college. We will be acknowledging our seniors who intend to play in college at 2:00 that afternoon. We are encouraging all students to join in that day by wearing a shirt that displays their favorite college team or the college in which they will be attending in the fall. Also, teachers are encouraged to wear a shirt from their alma mater. Show your college pride Penn Manor!

If you are interested in the field of Engineering, be sure to attend the Engineering Career Seminar on Friday, February 4th during 4th block. See the post in your google classroom to sign up!

Looking for a Summer Honors program that will meet in person? The Cook Honors College Summer Honors Program is a unique opportunity to explore college level honors classes without the pressure of grades. Whether you love learning for its own sake or want to distinguish yourself this summer, SHP 2022 may be right for you. More information is available on the Counseling Blog or go to iup.edu and search Summer Honors Program. Application Opens February 1st.

Monday, January 31, 2022, Flex Day 1

Today’s Lunch: Chicken patty sandwich, french fries, fruit juice, milk

There will be no Auditorium Technology Club today.

There will be no drawing club until February 9th.

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

It was an exciting Friday and Saturday for our Comet athletes. Friday night, in front of a huge home crowd, the Lady Comets defeated McCaskey 62-29. Senior Lily Sugra led all scorers with 32 points. Then the day the team went back to work and defeated Susquehanna Township 43-30. The Comets remain tied for first place in Section 1 as they head into the final week of the regular season. Our wrestlers competed in the LL League Championship this weekend and brought home some medals. Travis Clawson earned third place at 113 lbs with an 8-4 decision in is final match. The Lady Comets also crowned two champions. Trinity Mowery and Madison Wagner took first place at their weight classes. Great job to all of our wrestlers who represented Penn Manor this weekend.

If you are interested in the field of Engineering, be sure to attend the Engineering Career Seminar on Friday, February 4th during 4th block. See the post in your google classroom to sign up!

Looking for a Summer Honors program that will meet in person? The Cook Honors College Summer Honors Program is a unique opportunity to explore college level honors classes without the pressure of grades. Whether you love learning for its own sake or want to distinguish yourself this summer, SHP 2022 may be right for you. More information is available on the Counseling Blog or go to iup.edu and search Summer Honors Program. Application Opens February 1st.

Attention Penn Manor – Wednesday, February 2nd is National Signing Day for High School Athletes who are planning on playing a sport in college. We will be acknowledging our seniors who intend to play in college at 2:00 that afternoon. We are encouraging all students to join in that day by wearing a shirt that displays their favorite college team or the college in which they will be attending in the fall. Also, teachers are encouraged to wear a shirt from their alma mater. Show your college pride Penn Manor!

Are you interested in sending your friends or special someone a valentines day candy gram? If so you are in luck. During the week of January 31st through February 4th at all lunches you can pre-purchase a chocolate pop candy gram for only $2.00. Candy grams will be delivered on February 14th.

Friday, January 28, 2022

Comets! January 29th, 7-10 pm is the WONDERFUL winter formal. Tickets are only 10 dollars. Come formally dressed and be ready to dance. The tickets will be for sale at lunch today. Tis the season to be freezin!

This semester, “walk and talk” club will be held during Block 4 Flex. Two teachers will be running it, Mrs. Frey and Mrs. Henderson. If you and your friends would like to join, please see either Mrs. Frey in room 319 or Mrs. Henderson in room 225 by the end of this week. Each teacher can accept up to 20 students.

This is the last week to purchase a yearbook. Sales will be closed as of January 28th. To order go to Jostens.com. That’s J. O. S. T. E. N. S. dot com. Some copies will be available at the end of the school year but they will be sold on a first come basis. This is also the last week for senior parents to purchase a recognition Ad or baby ad for the back of the yearbook. If you think this is something your family is interested in doing make sure to remind them it must be done by January 28th

Any student who wishes to Join intramural club please e mail Mr Basile. We will play a variety of games in the temporary gym. This club is limited to the first 30 students grade 9-12. Email now! Club starts next week on Block 2 flex.

Penn Manor Varsity Rocket League beat Emmaus High School last evening 3-1 to make it to the State Finals!! They will be playing February 3rd at 3 PM. Come watch us in the library after school. Congratulations to Penn Manor Varsity Rocket League on their win!

If you are interested in the field of Engineering, be sure to attend the Engineering Career Seminar on Friday, February 4th during 4th block. See the post in your google classroom to sign up!

Attention Penn Manor – Wednesday, February 2nd is National Signing Day for High School Athletes who are planning on playing a sport in college. We will be acknowledging our seniors who intend to play in college at 2:00 that afternoon. We are encouraging all students to join in that day by wearing a shirt that displays their favorite college team or the college in which they will be attending in the fall. Also, teachers are encouraged to wear a shirt from their alma mater. Show your college pride Penn Manor!

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Thursday, January 27, 2022, Flex Day 4

Empower-HER club will meet this Thursday, January 27th during bock 4 flex in room C358. We look forward to seeing you there!

The Chess Club will not be meeting today. Our first session will be Thursday, February 3rd.

Any student who wishes to Join intramural club please e mail Mr Basile. We will play a variety of games in the temporary gym. This club is limited to the first 30 students grade 9-12. Email now! Club starts next week on Block 2 flex.

With the early dismissal this Friday, the weight room hours have changed. The weight room will be open after school from 12:30-1:30pm this Friday.

MINITHON club will be for juniors and seniors this week.

This semester, “walk and talk” club will be held during Block 4 Flex. Two teachers will be running it, Mrs. Frey and Mrs. Henderson. If you and your friends would like to join, please see either Mrs. Frey in room 319 or Mrs. Henderson in room 225 by the end of this week. Each teacher can accept up to 20 students.

There will be no drawing club until February 9th.

Are you interested in sending your friends or special someone a valentines day candy gram? If so you are in luck. During the week of January 31st through February 4th at all lunches you can pre-purchase a chocolate pop candy gram for only $2.00. Candy grams will be delivered on February 14th.

This is the last week to purchase a yearbook. Sales will be closed as of January 28th. To order go to Jostens.com. That’s J. O. S. T. E. N. S. dot com. Some copies will be available at the end of the school year but they will be sold on a first come basis. This is also the last week for senior parents to purchase a recognition Ad or baby ad for the back of the yearbook. If you think this is something your family is interested in doing make sure to remind them it must be done by January 28th.

Donuts & drinks will be sold this FRIDAY January 28th. Cost is $2.00. Bring some cash. First come first serve.

Congratulations to the Lady Comets for picking up the big win at Hempfield last night by the final score of 44-28. The win puts Penn Manor and Hempfield in a tie for first place in Section 1. The Comets host McCaskey at home this Friday. JV 6pm , Varsity 7:30pm. Come out and support your first place Comets!

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Wednesday, January 26, 2022, Flex Day 3

Today’s Lunch – Grilled cheese, tomato soup, assorted fruit, veggies, juice and milk

Last night Penn Manor Varsity Rocket League advanced in the finals. They defeated Governor Mifflin 3 – 0. Tomorrow they face off against Emmaus High School. Penn Manor Junior Varsity ended their playoff run falling to Carlisle High School. Congratulations to Matt Dejewski, James Helm, Michael Nastasi, and Aman Shaik, the members of the Junior Varsity team, for a season well played.

This afternoon Penn Manor Rocket League Teams face off against Governor Mifflin High School and Carlisle High School in their first round of playoffs. You can watch the event on Twitch by searching Penn Manor Esports. Games begin at 3 PM.

Come out this Wednesday evening and support our wrestling team. The varsity match starts at 7pm. This match is a gold out so please be sure to show your support!

This is the last week to purchase a yearbook. Sales will be closed as of January 28th. To order go to Jostens.com. That’s J. O. S. T. E. N. S. dot com. Some copies will be available at the end of the school year but they will be sold on a first come basis. This is also the last week for senior parents to purchase a recognition Ad or baby ad for the back of the yearbook. If you think this is something your family is interested in doing make sure to remind them it must be done by January 28th.

Winter Formal – Saturday, January 29th, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM – 7-10pm. Tickets are on sale at lunches. 

There will be no drawing club until February 9th

This semester, “walk and talk” club will be held during Block 4 Flex. Two teachers will be running it, Mrs. Frey and Mrs. Henderson. If you and your friends would like to join, please see either Mrs. Frey in room 319 or Mrs. Henderson in room 225 by the end of this week. Each teacher can accept up to 20 students.

Attention block 3 Books and Beans Independent Reading Club: There is no club this week. We will begin next week. Again, there is NO Books and Beans club this week. Email Mrs. May with any questions.

If you are interested in the field of Engineering, be sure to attend the Engineering Career Seminar on Friday, February 4th during 4th block. See the post in your google classroom to sign up!

This is the last week to purchase a yearbook. Sales will be closed as of January 28th. To order go to Jostens.com. That’s J. O. S. T. E. N. S. dot com. Some copies will be available at the end of the school year but they will be sold on a first come basis. This is also the last week for senior parents to purchase a recognition Ad or baby ad for the back of the yearbook. If you think this is something your family is interested in doing make sure to remind them it must be done by January 28th.

MINITHON club will be for juniors and seniors this week.

Empower-HER club will meet this Thursday, January 27th during bock 4 flex in room C358. We look forward to seeing you there!

Are you interested in coming to the 2022 overnight minithon event? The event is going to be held on Friday February 18th from 11pm-5am. If you are interested please pick up a registration form in the main office. All are welcome. Come out for a great time with friends, food and activities overnight.

Are you interested in sending your friends or special someone a valentines day candy gram? If so you are in luck. During the week of January 31st through February 4th at all lunches you can pre-purchase a chocolate pop candy gram for only $2.00. Candy grams will be delivered on February 14th.

Any student who wishes to Join intramural club please e mail Mr Basile. We will play a variety of games in the temporary gym. This club is limited to the first 30 students grade 9-12. Email now! Club starts next week on Block 2 flex.

Donuts & drinks will be sold this FRIDAY January 28th. Cost is $2.00. Bring some cash. First come first serve.

Comet Nation Block 3 Club will meet in room C212.

Tuesday, January 25, 2022, Flex Day 2

There will be no drawing club until February 9th.

This semester, “walk and talk” club will be held during Block 4 Flex. Two teachers will be running it, Mrs. Frey and Mrs. Henderson. If you and your friends would like to join, please see either Mrs. Frey in room 319 or Mrs. Henderson in room 225 by the end of this week. Each teacher can accept up to 20 students.

Attention Books and Beans Club Block 2 members- We will have our first club meeting on Tuesday, February 1. Please plan to stay in your Block 2 FLEX this Tuesday, January 25.

If you are interested in the field of Engineering, be sure to attend the Engineering Career Seminar on Friday, February 4th during 4th block. See the post in your google classroom to sign up!

This is the last week to purchase a yearbook. Sales will be closed as of January 28th. To order go to Jostens.com. That’s J. O. S. T. E. N. S. dot com. Some copies will be available at the end of the school year but they will be sold on a first come basis. This is also the last week for senior parents to purchase a recognition Ad or baby ad for the back of the yearbook. If you think this is something your family is interested in doing make sure to remind them it must be done by January 28th.

MINITHON club will be for juniors and seniors this week.

This afternoon Penn Manor Rocket League Teams face off against Governor Mifflin High School and Carlisle High School in their first round of playoffs. You can watch the event on Twitch by searching Penn Manor Esports. Games begin at 3 PM.

Empower-HER club will meet this Thursday, January 27th during bock 4 flex in room C358. We look forward to seeing you there!

Monday, January 24, 2022

Attention Boys Lacrosse: Preseason practices start January 22nd. We will practice Monday and Wednesdays after school in the temp gym from 3-4:30. Saturdays will be at comet field from 8-9 AM. Reach out to Connor Brumbaugh if you have any questions.

The Civitas Clothing Drive is going on now. Please bring gently used clothes to school and drop them off on your way in the door. There are boxes at the new front entrance and the Central Complex entrance. All donations will go to the Loft for members of our Penn Manor community. Do your part and help out your neighbors. The clothing drive will run through Thursday, Jan. 27th. Thank you for your support!

Comets! January 29th, 7-10 pm is the WONDERFUL winter formal. Tickets are only 10 dollars. Come formally dressed and be ready to dance. The tickets will be for sale at lunch January 24-27. Tis the season to be freezin!

There will be no drawing club until February 9th.

This semester, “walk and talk” club will be held during Block 4 Flex. Two teachers will be running it, Mrs. Frey and Mrs. Henderson. If you and your friends would like to join, please see either Mrs. Frey in room 319 or Mrs. Henderson in room 225 by the end of this week. Each teacher can accept up to 20 students.

Attention Books and Beans Club Block 2 members- We will have our first club meeting on Tuesday, February 1. Please plan to stay in your Block 2 FLEX this Tuesday, January 25.

Friday, January 21, 2022

Attention Boys Lacrosse: Preseason practices start January 22nd. We will practice Monday and Wednesdays after school in the temp gym from 3-4:30. Saturdays will be at comet field from 8-9 AM. Reach out to Connor Brumbaugh if you have any questions.

The Civitas Clothing Drive is going on now. Please bring gently used clothes to school and drop them off on your way in the door. There are boxes at the new front entrance and the Central Complex entrance. All donations will go to the Loft for members of our Penn Manor community. Do your part and help out your neighbors. The clothing drive will run through Thursday, Jan. 27th. Thank you for your support!

Comets! January 29th, 7-10 pm is the WONDERFUL winter formal. Tickets are only 10 dollars. Come formally dressed and be ready to dance. The tickets will be for sale at lunch January 24-27. Tis the season to be freezin!

Math NHS is now offering applications to join for the Spring 2022 semester. All students interested in joining should see Mr. Carrodo in room C223 or Ms. Stover in room C309 to check if you meet the requirements and to pick up an application. Applications are due January 28th.

Are you interested in the technology that makes the Auditorium tick? Would you like to help out with assemblies and other events in the Auditorium? Well Auditorium Technology Club is accepting new members. Please find the flier on the screens for more information about signing up.

Are you interested in learning about human rights and helping those in need? If so, the new United Stories Club may be the perfect choice for you. Essentially The United Stories Club is designed to commemorate diversity and build a level of tolerance by understanding the struggles of others and by helping them. United Stories is a humanitarian club that gives students the chance to discuss and explore global issues as they come up with initiatives to give back to the community. If this is something that interests you, please visit Mrs. Wee’s in room C341 for more details on how to join.

Thursday, January 20, 2022, Flex Day 4

Come out to Tropical Smoothie tonight and help support the class of 2024!!!!!

The Penn Manor Dungeons and Dragons Club is accepting applications for the Spring Semester. New and experienced players are welcome to join an adventurer’s league styled games. We will meet during Block 3 Flex. If you are interested, please see either Mr. Bressler in Room C216 or Mr. Pongracz in Room C327 for more details.

Attention minithon club members. Club this week is for 9th and 10th grade as well as leaders.

There will be no drawing club until February 9th.

Are you interested in learning about human rights and helping those in need? If so, the new United Stories Club may be the perfect choice for you. Essentially The United Stories Club is designed to commemorate diversity and build a level of tolerance by understanding the struggles of others and by helping them. United Stories is a humanitarian club that gives students the chance to discuss and explore global issues as they come up with initiatives to give back to the community. If this is something that interests you, please visit Mrs. Wee’s in room C341 for more details on how to join.

Attention Boys Lacrosse: Preseason practices start January 22nd. We will practice Monday and Wednesdays after school in the temp gym from 3-4:30. Saturdays will be at comet field from 8-9 AM. Reach out to Connor Brumbaugh if you have any questions.

The Civitas Clothing Drive is going on now. Please bring gently used clothes to school and drop them off on your way in the door. There are boxes at the new front entrance and the Central Complex entrance. All donations will go to the Loft for members of our Penn Manor community. Do your part and help out your neighbors. The clothing drive will run through Thursday, Jan. 27th. Thank you for your support!

Our winter pep rally has been rescheduled to Monday, January 24th. To celebrate this, we will be having a mini-spirit week next week! Monday: let’s match the snow outside with a “White Out”

Each year, many young lives are drastically changed or cut short by risky behaviors like driving under the influence of alcohol or texting while driving. Most of these accidents are fully preventable, and you can help. Metzger Wickersham is now accepting entries for the 2022 Road to Safety Scholarship Contest, which encourages young drivers to get involved in spreading the message to keep our roads safe. The Contest provides high school seniors with the opportunity to submit a creative project about the dangers of drunk driving and/or distracted driving for the chance to win college scholarship money. Visit the PMHS Counseling Blog for the link and more information.

Math NHS is now offering applications to join for the Spring 2022 semester. All students interested in joining should see Mr. Carrodo in room C223 or Ms. Stover in room C309 to check if you meet the requirements and to pick up an application. Applications are due January 28th.

Next semester, “walk and talk” club will be held during Block 4 Flex. Two teachers will be running it, Mrs. Frey and Mrs. Henderson. If you and your friends would like to join, please see either Mrs. Frey in room 319 or Mrs. Henderson in room 225 by Thursday.

Students – if you would like to continue in a club or join a new club for the spring semester, please be sure to talk to the club advisor prior to the end of the week. The lists of clubs and their advisors are in a post in the grade level google classrooms. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Andes.

If you would like to join FCCLA (Family, Career, Community Leaders of America) or FIDM Fashion Club in block 4 flex, please send an email to Mrs. Sheerer or stop in Rm C345 to sign up. Thank you!

Comets! January 29th, 7-10 pm is the WONDERFUL winter formal. Tickets are only 10 dollars. Come formally dressed and be ready to dance. The tickets will be for sale at lunch January 24-27. Tis the season to be freezin!

Congratulations to the chess team on the effort against Warwick on Tuesday. Player of the match award goes to Cohen Gansner on his victory at board 5. Good luck to the team as they travel to Lancaster Country Day on Thursday for a rematch with the cougars.

Are you interested in the technology that makes the Auditorium tick? Would you like to help out with assemblies and other events in the Auditorium? Well Auditorium Technology Club is accepting new members. Please find the flier on the screens for more information about signing up.

Wednesday, January 19, 2022, Flex Day 3

Wednesday’s Lunch- Cheddar supreme burger,  baked beans, veggies, fruit juice, milk

Are you interested in the technology that makes the Auditorium tick? Would you like to help out with assemblies and other events in the Auditorium? Well Auditorium Technology Club is accepting new members. Please find the flier on the screens for more information about signing up.

Congrats to the Lady Comets who picked up a crossover victory as they defeated Etown 73-41. 4 Comets scored in double digits: Lily Sugra – 25 Sydney Shepos – 15 Morgan Miller – 13 Kamia Goodley – 12 Emily Riggs, Riley Peart, and Izzly Kligge also scored for the Comets Big game this Friday at Lebanon! At the Pucillo pool, the swim team reconginzed seniors Colton Garber, Avery Groff, and Lauren Haertter before their meet vs Hempfield. Picking up wins for the boys were Colton Garber in the 200 freestyle, Spencer Barry in the 100 backstroke, and Jayden Sanchez in the 100 butterfly. Getting wins for the girls were Catherine Repkoe in the 100 freestyle and Avery Groff in the 500 freestyle. Catherine Repkoe was named “admiral of the meet” for a PR in the 200 and a win in the 100 free.

Attention minithon club members. Club this week is for 9th and 10th grade as well as leaders.

The Penn Manor Dungeons and Dragons Club is accepting applications for the Spring Semester. New and experienced players are welcome to join an adventurer’s league styled games. We will meet during Block 3 Flex. If you are interested, please see either Mr. Bressler in Room C216 or Mr. Pongracz in Room C327 for more details.

Attention Boys Lacrosse: Preseason practices start January 22nd. We will practice Monday and Wednesdays after school in the temp gym from 3-4:30. Saturdays will be at comet field from 8-9 AM. Reach out to Connor Brumbaugh if you have any questions.

The Civitas Clothing Drive is going on now. Please bring gently used clothes to school and drop them off on your way in the door. There are boxes at the new front entrance and the Central Complex entrance. All donations will go to the Loft for members of our Penn Manor community. Do your part and help out your neighbors. The clothing drive will run through Thursday, Jan. 27th. Thank you for your support!

Our winter pep rally has been rescheduled to Monday, January 24th. To celebrate this, we will be having a mini-spirit week next week! Thursday: find a partner to match outfits with for “Twin Day” Monday: let’s match the snow outside with a “White Out”

Donuts are back! This Thursday minithon will be selling donuts and a drink for $2 in the mornings. Donuts are first come first serve. When they are gone they are gone!

Each year, many young lives are drastically changed or cut short by risky behaviors like driving under the influence of alcohol or texting while driving. Most of these accidents are fully preventable, and you can help. Metzger Wickersham is now accepting entries for the 2022 Road to Safety Scholarship Contest, which encourages young drivers to get involved in spreading the message to keep our roads safe. The Contest provides high school seniors with the opportunity to submit a creative project about the dangers of drunk driving and/or distracted driving for the chance to win college scholarship money. Visit the PMHS Counseling Blog for the link and more information.

Empoer-HER Club is a brand new club offering for the spring semester. If you are interested in taking part in a club whose mission is to promote unity and confience among girls and young women, please see Mrs. Harting in room C358 for information on how to sign up. We will be meeting twice a month on Thursdays during block 4 flex.

Students – if you would like to continue in a club or join a new club for the spring semester, please be sure to talk to the club advisor prior to the end of the week. The lists of clubs and their advisors are in a post in the grade level google classrooms. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Andes.

If you would like to join FCCLA (Family, Career, Community Leaders of America) or FIDM Fashion Club in block 4 flex, please send an email to Mrs. Sheerer or stop in Rm C345 to sign up. Thank you!

If you could use a little more adventure in your Block 1 Flex, consider joining the new Tabletop Role Playing Game Club. You’ve heard of Dungeons & Dragons, but there are many other games in which you invent a character to play in an unfolding story that you help to create. Some of them, like D&D, involve fantasy with swords and magic, but others are about science fiction, superheroes, vampires, mystery, and more. Some games can be played cooperatively without needing to find someone to be the Game Master, and some can even be played alone for those less interested in playing with a group. We can explore them all in Block 1 Flex this spring–just email or speak to Mr. Blowers in room C263 as soon as possible.

Attention minithon club members. Club this week is for 9th and 10th grade as well as leaders.

Friday, January 14, 2022

Today’s Lunch….Pizza stix, salad, fruit juice, milk

Do you enjoy playing ping pong? Are you skilled at the sport? Then join the new Advanced Ping Pong club next semester, where you will be challenged to improve your game while also having fun playing. This club is for advanced players only. Email Mrs. Paquette with any questions.

Anyone interested in joining Aevidum club Flex 1 for the Spring 2022 should go to tinyurl.com/clubhope to sign up. Please sign up by January 18.

The Penn Manor Dungeons and Dragons Club is accepting applications for the Spring Semester. New and experienced players are welcome to join an adventurer’s league styled games. We will meet during Block 3 Flex. If you are interested, please see either Mr. Bressler in Room C216 or Mr. Pongracz in Room C327 for more details.

Attention Boys Lacrosse: Preseason practices start January 22nd. We will practice Monday and Wednesdays after school in the temp gym from 3-4:30. Saturdays will be at comet field from 8-9 AM. Reach out to Connor Brumbaugh if you have any questions.

The Civitas Clothing Drive is going on now. Please bring gently used clothes to school and drop them off on your way in the door. There are boxes at the new front entrance and the Central Complex entrance. All donations will go to the Loft for members of our Penn Manor community. Do your part and help out your neighbors. The clothing drive will run through Thursday, Jan. 27th. Thank you for your support!

The bowling team traveled up to Palmyra Lanes and took down Lebanon with a clean sweep 7 to 0. They won all three games and took total pins 2704 to 1857. The Comets look to continue their winning ways as they head to the Baker Tournament at Leisure Lanes on Saturday. Good luck to the boys basketball team as they travel to Ephrata to take on the Mountaineers. Come out to the East Gym tonight to support the Lady Comets as they host Ephrata. JV is at 6pm and Varsity at 7:30pm. It is also the gold out game as the team will raise awareness and funds for Mini Thon. Wear your gold and cheer on the team! Our wrestling teams are in action this weekend as well. The boys will head to Dallastown for the Dallastown Duals and the girls team is headed to Gettysburg for their tournament. Good luck Comets!

Congratulations to both Penn Manor Rocket Teams. The Varsity Team defeated Penn Trafford High School 3 – 0 to maintain their undefeated season, giving them a record of 5 – 0 in the. Group D division. The Junior Varsity Team defeated Mid Valley High School 3 – 0 to move them into second place in the Group A division. Way to go Comets!

Anyone interested in being a member of the GSA club should email Mrs. Mintzer to have your name added to our spring roster. Fall club members must also send an email to re-enroll. Please stop by room C209 with any questions.

Are you interested in learning about human rights and helping those in need? If so, the new United Stories Club may be the perfect choice for you. Essentially The United Stories Club is designed to commemorate diversity and build a level of tolerance by understanding the struggles of others and by helping them. United Stories is a humanitarian club that gives students the chance to discuss and explore global issues as they come up with initiatives to give back to the community. If this is something that interests you, please visit Mrs. Wee’s in room C341 for more details on how to join.

Are you interested in learning about human rights and helping those in need? If so, the new United Stories Club may be the perfect choice for you. Essentially The United Stories Club is designed to commemorate diversity and build a level of tolerance by understanding the struggles of others and by helping them. United Stories is a humanitarian club that gives students the chance to discuss and explore global issues as they come up with initiatives to give back to the community. If this is something that interests you, please visit Mrs. Wee’s in room C341 for more details on how to join.

Thursday, January 13, 2022, Flex Day 4

Today’s Lunch: General Tso’s chicken, fried vegetable rice, fruit juice, milk

Congratulations to the December Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman: Emmy Pham Sophomore: Keira Stigelman Junior: Erin Shipley Senior: Andrew Ament Congratulations to this month’s winners!

Attention any senior student athlete who would like to take part in our National Signing Day event: This is the last week to let the athletic office know where you plan to continue your athletic career. Please stop in the athletic office or email Mr. Kramer to let us know which college or university you will be attending.

Anyone interested in joining Aevidum club Flex 1 for the Spring 2022 should go to tinyurl.com/clubhope to sign up. Please sign up by January 18.

Did you ever wonder how the house you reside in was built? What’s all involved to design and build a residential house? Then you need to sign up for “Exploring Architecture Club”. Students will have the opportunity to explore all different style house floor plans and even design there OWN house utilizing Revit software. Students will also have the opportunity to build a scaled model of there dream home of choice! The club meets during Block 1 flex the 2nd semester in room C-232. If you have any additional question, see Mr. Groff in room C-232 or contact him via email at barry.groff@pennmanor.net

The Penn Manor Dungeons and Dragons Club is accepting applications for the Spring Semester. New and experienced players are welcome to join an adventurer’s league styled games. We will meet during Block 3 Flex. If you are interested, please see either Mr. Bressler in Room C216 or Mr. Pongracz in Room C327 for more details.

Do you enjoy playing ping pong? Are you skilled at the sport? Then join the new Advanced Ping Pong club next semester, where you will be challenged to improve your game while also having fun playing. This club is for advanced players only. Email Mrs. Paquette with any questions.

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Tuesday’s Lunch – Taco’s and all the fixins, fruit juice, milk

Congratulations to the December Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman: Emmy Pham Sophomore: Keira Stigelman Junior: Erin Shipley Senior: Andrew Ament Congratulations to this month’s winners!

Attention any senior student athlete who would like to take part in our National Signing Day event: This is the last week to let the athletic office know where you plan to continue your athletic career. Please stop in the athletic office or email Mr. Kramer to let us know which college or university you will be attending.

Monday, January 10, 2022, Flex Day 1

On Friday night the girls basketball team traveled to Warwick and defeated the Warriors by the score of 38-25. The Comets were led in scoring by Morgan Miller with 16, Sydney Shepos with 10, Lily Sugra with 8, and Emily Riggs with 4. The team travels to Conestoga Valley on Tuesday. The girls wrestling team traveled to F&M on Saturday for the their second ever tournament and it was a great day for the team. They finished in 2nd place out of 9 teams and had some individual medalists. Anisa Orr and Bethany Young finished 2nd overall and Sylvia Moenga & Samantha Shaw came in 3rd. Great job ladies. The freshman wrestling team was at Solanco on Saturday for the Mule Duals and finished with a 3-1 record on the day which earned the team a third place finish overall. Congratulations to our Comet wrestlers.

Anyone interested in joining Aevidum club Flex 1 for the Spring 2022 should go to tinyurl.com/clubhope to sign up. Please sign up by January 18.

Attention students who signed up for Rocket League and Overwatch. Please check your school email for information regarding tryouts. If you did not receive an email, you do not need to try out. Tryouts will take place on Monday January 10th after school in the Esports Lab off the library. For any questions, please see Mr. Hertzog.

Do you enjoy playing ping pong? Are you skilled at the sport? Then join the new Advanced Ping Pong club next semester, where you will be challenged to improve your game while also having fun playing. This club is for advanced players only. Email Mrs. Paquette with any questions.

Are you interested in learning about human rights and helping those in need? If so, the new United Stories Club may be the perfect choice for you. Essentially The United Stories Club is designed to commemorate diversity and build a level of tolerance by understanding the struggles of others and by helping them. United Stories is a humanitarian club that gives students the chance to discuss and explore global issues as they come up with initiatives to give back to the community. If this is something that interests you, please visit Mrs. Wee’s in room C341 for more details on how to join.

Thursday, January 6, 2022, Flex Day 4

Congratulations to the chess team on their impressive 4-1 victory against Ephrata on Tuesday afternoon. The player of the match award goes to Justin Hripto for his dominating win at board 1. Good luck to the to team today as they face off against Garden Spot.

Last night in the East Gym, the Lady Comets defeated the Blue Streaks of Manheim Township by the score of 51-31. It was a total team victory with the Comets defense on display holding the Blue Streaks to under an average of 8 points per quarter. The Comets look to continue their winning ways when they travel to Warwick on Friday.

If you are interested in joining the block 2 Board Game club for the Spring semester, please stop in to see Mr. Luft in room C325 for an application. Space is limited.

Do you enjoy playing ping pong? Are you skilled at the sport? Then join the new Advanced Ping Pong club next semester, where you will be challenged to improve your game while also having fun playing. This club is for advanced players only. Email Mrs. Paquette with any questions.

Are you interested in learning about human rights and helping those in need? If so, the new United Stories Club may be the perfect choice for you. Essentially The United Stories Club is designed to commemorate diversity and build a level of tolerance by understanding the struggles of others and by helping them. United Stories is a humanitarian club that gives students the chance to discuss and explore global issues as they come up with initiatives to give back to the community. If this is something that interests you, please visit Mrs. Wee’s in room C341 for more details on how to join.

Anyone interested in joining Aevidum club Flex 1 for the Spring 2022 should go to tinyurl.com/clubhope to sign up. Please sign up by January 18.

Attention students who signed up for Rocket League and Overwatch. Please check your school email for information regarding tryouts. If you did not receive an email, you do not need to try out. Tryouts will take place on Monday January 10th after school in the Esports Lab off the library. For any questions, please see Mr. Hertzog.

Wednesday, January 5, 2022 – Asynchronous Day

Congratulations to the bowling team who picked up a 5-3 victory over Manheim Township yesterday. They won two of the three matches and took the victory in total pins 2978 to 2848. The team travels to Palmyra Lanes on Thursday to take on Cedar Crest.

Are you interested in learning about human rights and helping those in need? If so, the new United Stories Club may be the perfect choice for you. Essentially The United Stories Club is designed to commemorate diversity and build a level of tolerance by understanding the struggles of others and by helping them. United Stories is a humanitarian club that gives students the chance to discuss and explore global issues as they come up with initiatives to give back to the community. If this is something that interests you, please visit Mrs. Wee’s in room C341 for more details on how to join.

Do you enjoy playing ping pong? Are you skilled at the sport? Then join the new Advanced Ping Pong club next semester, where you will be challenged to improve your game while also having fun playing. This club is for advanced players only. Email Mrs. Paquette with any questions.

If you are interested in joining the block 2 Board Game club for the Spring semester, please stop in to see Mr. Luft in room C325 for an application. Space is limited.

Tuesday, January 4, 2022, Flex Day 2

Lunch today:   Pizza, salad, fruit juice & milk

The lady Comets kicked off the new year with a big win over the visiting Eagles of Cocalico last night with a final score of 59-26. Morgan Miller scored 20 points. Also adding to the score sheet was Lily Sugra with 15, Emily Riggs and Kamia Goodley both with 8, Sydney Shepos with 6, and Riley Peart with 2. The team is back in action on Wednesday when they host Maheim Township. Today our Comet bowlers travel to Dutch Lanes to face the Blue Streaks. The Swim team travels to Warwick for a meet against the Warriors. Come out to the East Gym tonight at 7pm as the wrestling team has their first home match of the season. They take on Hempfield is a Section 1 showdown. Good luck to all our teams today.

If you are interested in joining the block 2 Board Game club for the Spring semester, please stop in to see Mr. Luft in room C325 for an application. Space is limited.

Do you enjoy playing ping pong? Are you skilled at the sport? Then join the new Advanced Ping Pong club next semester, where you will be challenged to improve your game while also having fun playing. This club is for advanced players only. Email Mrs. Paquette with any questions.

Since there are Keystone exams next Tuesday January 11 Aevidum Flex 2 will meet TODAY, Tuesday, January 4th. All Flex 2 Aevidum members should go to C308 today.

Attention CTC Half Day Students, If you are completing a Keystone Exam during one of our asynchronous days in January, you are expected to remain at Penn Manor for the full day. If you are not testing, you may complete your coursework for blocks 1 and 2 from home. However, you are expected to attend CTC in the afternoon. You can provide your own transportation to Penn Manor in time to catch the CTC bus at the regular department time or drive directly to CTC. If this is not an option for you, feel free to ride the bus to Penn Manor at the normal time. You can complete your school work in the cafeteria before boarding the bus to CTC at the regular scheduled time. Please see Mr. Eby if you have any questions.

Monday, January 3, 2022, Flex Day 1

There will be no french fries at lunch today.

Attention Independent Reading Club: We will not be having club today, January 3.

Do you enjoy playing ping pong? Are you skilled at the sport? Then join the new Advanced Ping Pong club next semester, where you will be challenged to improve your game while also having fun playing. This club is for advanced players only. Email Mrs. Paquette with any questions.

If you are interested in joining the block 2 Board Game club for the Spring semester, please stop in to see Mr. Luft in room C325 for an application. Space is limited.

If you are interested in the field of Engineering, be sure to sign up for the Engineering Info Session on January 7th during 3rd block. Sign up link is on the Counseling Department website or email Mrs. Hurst (amy.hurst@pennmanor.net).

Thanks to all the first block classes who participated in Aevidum’s ugly sweater/Pajama day before break Dec 23rd. The classes with the largest percentage of participation were Mr. Marchio’s first block and Mr. Reinking’s first block. They were given donuts this morning! Reminder to all students and staff to use sleep as a superpower to energize yourself in the new year.

Thursday, December 23, 2021

Stress and anxiety impact so many of us! If you are feeling stressed out, anxious, or have the blues please consider joining us an a 6 session program to help teach you how to cope with anxiety, stress , and negative things that happen in life. Stop in the counseling office for an info form!

As we head into break, our Comet athletic teams will be in action: Today at 4pm the swim team hosts Conestoga Valley at Pucillo and this evening over at Columbia the girls basketball team will take on the Crimson Tide at 7:30pm Good luck to all members of our girls wrestling team as they will travel to Governor Mifflin to take part in their first ever tournament. Comet Nation will be cheering you on! Our boys and girls basketball teams will be participating in the Solanco Winter Classic on December 29th and 30th and our boys wrestling team will be at the Conestoga Valley tournament on the same dates. Good luck Comets!

If you are interested in joining the block 2 Board Game club for the Spring semester, please stop in to see Mr. Luft in room C325 for an application. Space is limited.

Starting this Thursday through the holiday break the weight room will have revised hours for open gyms. The weight room will be open during the following days and times Thursday 12/23 – 12:30 to 2pm Monday 12/27 – 9-11am Wednesday 12/29 – 9-11am Friday 12/31 – 9-11 am Normal hours will resume when we return from break.

If you are interested in the field of Engineering, be sure to sign up for the Engineering Info Session on January 7th during 3rd block. Sign up link is on the Counseling Department website or email Mrs. Hurst (amy.hurst@pennmanor.net).

Tuesday. December 21, 2021, Flex Day 3

Jazz Band is canceled for today. Students should stay in their 3 block flex.

Attention students! The following students are the winners for the “Caught You Doing Good” raffle sponsored by the SEL committee. The following students won a $20 gift card to Target: Avery Rineer, Avery Parker, and Carter Rachor. The following students won a $25 gift card to Amazon; Enoc Perez and Aksels Valskis. Last but not least, the following winner won the $50 gift card to Amazon: Nate Habecker. Congratulations to all the participants and winners. All winners please go to the main office to claim your prize!

Reminder to students and staff: Wear your pajamas or ugly sweaters or both tomorrow -Thursday December 23rd. The first block classes with the highest percentage of participation will have donut parties. Most importantly, Aevidum reminds you to get your sleep for the best physical and mental health.

Congratulations to the Lady Comets who went up to Cedar Crest and picked up the 39-25 victory over the host Falcons last night. The teams defense was on display as they held the Falcons scoreless in the 4th quarter to secure the win. Lily Sugra led all scores with 23 points. Morgan Miller added 13 and Kamia Goodley had 3. The team travels to Columbia for their next game on Thursday. Tonight, boys basketball will host Garden Spot. JV starts at 6pm Varsity at 7:30pm Wrestling will head to Warwick to face the Warriors. Good luck Comets.

If you are interested in joining the block 2 Board Game club for the Spring semester, please stop in to see Mr. Luft in room C325 for an application. Space is limited.

Stress and anxiety impact so many of us! If you are feeling stressed out, anxious, or have the blues please consider joining us an a 6 session program to help teach you how to cope with anxiety, stress , and negative things that happen in life. Stop in the counseling office for an info form!

Starting this Thursday through the holiday break the weight room will have revised hours for open gyms. The weight room will be open during the following days and times Thursday 12/23 – 12:30 to 2pm Monday 12/27 – 9-11am Wednesday 12/29 – 9-11am Friday 12/31 – 9-11 am Normal hours will resume when we return from break.

If you are interested in the field of Engineering, be sure to sign up for the Engineering Info Session on January 7th during 3rd block. Sign up link is on the Counseling Department website or email Mrs. Hurst (amy.hurst@pennmanor.net).

Monday, December 20, 2021, Flex Day 1

No winter track today.

The Lady Comets picked up an impressive win over McCaskey in basketball Friday night, defeating the Red Tornado 47-17. The Comets were led by Lily Sugra who had a game high 17 points and Morgan Miller who scored 15. Syndey Shepos, Kamia Goodley, Emily Riggs, Izzy Kligge, and Sophia Foster all added to the scoring. Next up is a road trip to Cedar Crest on Tuesday. Congratulations to the wrestling team, coaches, and families who helped run another successful tournament down at Millersville this weekend. Travis Clawson was tournament champion at 113 lbs. Ty Grassel (160lbs) and Riley Evans (103 lbs) each placed 5th. As a team, place 12th out of the 20 teams in this years tournament. We look forward to hosting back a the high school next year. Good luck to the bowling team today as they host rival Hempfield at Leisure lanes at 3:30pm.

If you are interested in the field of Engineering, be sure to sign up for the Engineering Info Session on January 7th during 3rd block. Sign up link is on the Counseling Department website or email Mrs. Hurst (amy.hurst@pennmanor.net).

Starting this Thursday through the holiday break the weight room will have revised hours for open gyms. The weight room will be open during the following days and times Thursday 12/23 – 12:30 to 2pm Monday 12/27 – 9-11am Wednesday 12/29 – 9-11am Friday 12/31 – 9-11 am Normal hours will resume when we return from break.

Reminder: Teachers, check your email to facilitate the Aevidum activity in Flex 1 today.

This is a reminder that anyone who wants to be a part of our spring musical The Addams Family as a crew member must submit paperwork prior to the holiday break. Work will begin right away in the new year, and no experience is needed. We welcome help for set construction and painting, lighting and sound, costumes, props, and marketing – whether you want to work backstage or in the lobby, the first step is filling out a form. Paperwork must be submitted by Dec 23rd. Everything is posted in our google classroom. Stop by room C209 to see Mrs. Mintzer with questions or to pick up a form. All are welcome to join our theatre family for the upcoming spring production.

Because of the Ugly sweater and Pajama day on Thursday, Dec 23rd, Aevidum will be running a special activity in Flex Block 1 Monday December 20. There will be no clubs on Monday during Flex Block 1. All students should report to Block 1 Flex on Monday, December 20th.

Aevidum is sponsoring a pajama AND/OR ugly sweater day before break. Wear your pajamas and/or an ugly sweater on Thursday Dec 23rd. Aevidum wants you to be comfy to emphasize the importance of sleep. Did you know those with poor sleep habits are at greater risk for depression, Alzheimer’s and heart disease?

Friday, December 17, 2021

The Comet bowlers got a big 7 -0 victory yesterday over McCaskey. Josh Stock, Charlie Hull, Zach Carroll, and Derek Warfel all averaged over 200 for their 3 game series. Check out Twitter to see a video of Josh picking up an impressive “7 -10 split”. Congratulations to Sophomore Billy Green who bowled a 279 in game 1 of the JV match. The swim team traveled to take on Ephrata and the they continued to see improvements in their individual and relay times. Admiral of the meet was Kari Anderson who saw big drops in her 200 freestyle and 100 breastroke times Today boys and girls basketball are in action vs McCaskey and the wrestling team will be hosting their annual tourmanent down at Millersville. Good luck Comets!

Yesterday Penn Manor Varsity Rocket League defeated Conrad Weiser Wings 3 – 0 in a best of 5 match. The Junior Varsity team dominated Haverford High School 3 – 0. Congratulations to both Rocket League Teams.

Any senior student-athlete who will continuing their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level next year and would like to participate in this year’s National Letter of Intent signing day, please stop the athletic office so we can get your name added to the list.

Just a friendly reminder that stall day in the math department is this Thursday or Friday. Bring in your spare change and cash for a great cause- to support MINITHON and kids and families battling childhood cancer.

Aevidum is sponsoring a pajama AND/OR ugly sweater day before break. Wear your pajamas and/or an ugly sweater on Thursday Dec 23rd. Aevidum wants you to be comfy to emphasize the importance of sleep. Did you know those with poor sleep habits are at greater risk for depression, Alzheimer’s and heart disease?

Because of the Ugly sweater and Pajama day on Thursday, Dec 23rd, Aevidum will be running a special activity in Flex Block 1 Monday December 20. There will be no clubs on Monday during Flex Block 1. All students should report to Block 1 Flex on Monday, December 20th.

This is a reminder that anyone who wants to be a part of our spring musical The Addams Family as a crew member must submit paperwork prior to the holiday break. Work will begin right away in the new year, and no experience is needed. We welcome help for set construction and painting, lighting and sound, costumes, props, and marketing – whether you want to work backstage or in the lobby, the first step is filling out a form. Paperwork must be submitted by Dec 23rd. Everything is posted in our google classroom. Stop by room C209 to see Mrs. Mintzer with questions or to pick up a form. All are welcome to join our theatre family for the upcoming spring production.

Thursday, December 16, 2021, Flex Day 4

We will not be serving french fries today in the cafeteria.

“Attention Freshman! If you ordered from the Gertrude Hawk fundraiser please plan to report to the cafeteria today at 2:30 to pick up your orders. If you have any questions please email Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Donahue”

If you took a dual enrollment class this semester, remember to submit a screenshot of your final grade while we wait for your official transcripts. You can find further instructions on the counseling blog and in an email you received on December 3rd. Reach out to your School Counselor with any questions.

Any senior student-athlete who will continuing their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level next year and would like to participate in this year’s National Letter of Intent signing day, please stop the athletic office so we can get your name added to the list.

Just a friendly reminder that stall day in the math department is this Thursday or Friday. Bring in your spare change and cash for a great cause- to support MINITHON and kids and families battling childhood cancer.

Attention Creative Writing Club members: we will NOT be meeting this week. We will meet next week on Wed. 12/22. Thank you!

Aevidum is sponsoring a pajama AND/OR ugly sweater day before break. Wear your pajamas and/or an ugly sweater on Thursday Dec 23rd. Aevidum wants you to be comfy to emphasize the importance of sleep. Did you know those with poor sleep habits are at greater risk for depression, Alzheimer’s and heart disease?

Tomorrow is our last day of spirit week and we want to see everyone dressed in all white for our winter whiteout!

Wednesday, December 15, 2021, Flex Day 3

Attention Creative Writing Club members: we will NOT be meeting this week. We will meet next week on Wed. 12/22. Thank you!

The Comets swim team got their season started yesterday against Cocalico. While the team fell short on the scoreboard against the Eagles, they did pick up 11 event wins overall. The “Admiral of the Meet” was Grace Bresch who place first in the 100 fly and 50 freestyle. She also set a PR in the 50. Congrats Grace and great job Comets. The bowling team hosted Ephrata yesterday and in the first game the Comets were led by Eva Brubaker who bowled an amazing 255. The team is back in action on Thursday when they host McCaskey A lot of action today. Boys basketball travels to rival Hempfield, Girls basketball host Hempfield in the East Gym, and wrestling heads to Conestoga Valley. Good luck Comets!

Travel back in time and wear an outfit from any decade for throwback Thursday tomorrow!

Aevidum is sponsoring a pajama AND/OR ugly sweater day before break. Wear your pajamas and/or an ugly sweater on Thursday Dec 23rd. Aevidum wants you to be comfy to emphasize the importance of sleep. Did you know those with poor sleep habits are at greater risk for depression, Alzheimer’s and heart disease?

Just a friendly reminder that stall day in the math department is this Thursday or Friday. Bring in your spare change and cash for a great cause- to support MINITHON and kids and families battling childhood cancer.

“Attention Freshman! Gertrude Hawk orders have been delivered.  Please plan to pick up your order on Thursday at the end of Block 4. More information to follow.”

If you took a dual enrollment class this semester, remember to submit a screenshot of your final grade while we wait for your official transcripts. You can find further instructions on the counseling blog and in an email you received on December 3rd. Reach out to your School Counselor with any questions.

Any senior student-athlete who will continuing their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level next year and would like to participate in this year’s National Letter of Intent signing day, please stop the athletic office so we can get your name added to the list.

Tuesday, December 14, 2021, Flex Day 2

Today’s Lunch: Meat and cheese Quesadilla, assorted fruits and veggies juice and milk

Reminder 11th grade health screenings today, please check the schedule.

“Attention Freshman! Gertrude Hawk orders have been delivered.  Please plan to pick up your order on Thursday at the end of Block 4. More information to follow.”

Today our swimming and bowling teams are in action as they have their first home events of the winter season. At 4pm at Millersville’s Pucillo Pool the Comet swimming team will host the Eagles of Cocalico Starting at 3:30pm at Leisure Lanes, the Comet bowlers welcome Ephrata Mountaineers. Good luck Comets!

High school boys volleyball open gyms continue tonight from 7:15-9:15 at Manor Middle School. Please enter through the side gym doors. We hope to see you there!

If you took a dual enrollment class this semester, remember to submit a screenshot of your final grade while we wait for your official transcripts. You can find further instructions on the counseling blog and in an email you received on December 3rd. Reach out to your School Counselor with any questions.

Any senior student-athlete who will continuing their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level next year and would like to participate in this year’s National Letter of Intent signing day, please stop the athletic office so we can get your name added to the list.

Show your support for your favorite team by participating in jersey day tomorrow!

Just a friendly reminder that stall day in the math department is this Thursday or Friday. Bring in your spare change and cash for a great cause- to support MINITHON and kids and families battling childhood cancer.

Monday, December 13, 2021, Flex Day 1

Todays  Manager choice is:
Corn dog or hot dog Curly fries, assorted fruits and veggies, juice and milk

German club is canceled today.

Hey Penn Manor- head to MOD pizza in Rohrerstown TODAY -Monday 12/13 to support miniTHON. Say you with Penn Manor miniTHON and a percentage raised will help the fight against childhood cancer.

“Attention junior class! Don’t forget to turn in your Order Forms and money to Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Crowther by the end of TODAY, December 13th. Subs will be delivered December 21st before the end of the day. Let’s work together to raise money for our prom!”

Take a careful look at what your teachers are wearing today and remember to dress like them tomorrow for our second day of spirit week, dress like your favorite teacher day!

Any senior student-athlete who will continuing their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level next year and would like to participate in this year’s National Letter of Intent signing day, please stop the athletic office so we can get your name added to the list.

It was an exciting opening weekend to the winter sports season for the Comets. On Saturday, the girls basketball team picked up their first win of the season over L-S with the score of 57-39. Morgan Miller had 19 points for the Comets. Lily Sugra and Kamia Goodley each added 12 and Sydney Shepos added 6 to help secure the win. The boys team also picked up win #1 on the season against York Tech with the score of 75-47. Kamrin Carroll led all scorers with 30 points. Nathan Schmidtke added 11 and nine other players all contributed to the scoring. At Dutch Lanes, the bowling team opened upt their season. Congratualtions to the girls team who advanced to the semi-finals. At the Solanco Mule Classic Wrestling tournament Travis Clawson and Ty Grassel both placed 3rd and Teagan Rogers got a 7th place Medal.

Friday, December 10, 2021

Lunch Today: Pork or Beef Barbecue,Baked beans, assorted veggies,Fruit juice and milk

The winter sports season officially begins! Tonight boys basketball travels to the Donegal Tip Off Tournamnet to face Palmyra at 6pm. In the East Gym, the the girls basketball team hosts Central Central York at 6/7:30pm and on Saturday afternoon at 1/2:30pm they host the Pioneers of Lampeter-Strasburg Our wrestling team is headed to Solanco to part in the annual Mule Classic. The bowling team gets the season started on Saturday at Dutch Lanes for the Icebreaker Tournament. Lots of options to go an cheer on the Comets! Best of luck to all teams.

Next week show your Penn Manor pride by dressing up for spirit week! On Monday just roll out of bed and wear your pajamas to school! Tuesday, show your appreciation for your favorite teacher by dressing up like them! On Wednesday, wear your favorite jersey! Thursday we will travel back in time, with a Throwback Thursday! Wear clothes from any decade! Lastly, on Friday, participate in a winter white out! We can’t wait to see what you got!

“Attention junior class! Don’t forget to sell those Subs and Pretzel Sandwiches! Order Forms and money are due to Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Crowther by Monday December 13th. Subs will be delivered December 21st before the end of the day. Let’s work together to raise money for our prom!”

The library now features a MILLION DOLLAR PUZZLE. Students who are scheduled to be in the library are welcomed to complete the puzzle. Penn Manor School District libraries could win a million dollars! The puzzle is a challenge because it is a giant QR code. Help piece it together!

Reminder to all students interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor. We will have workouts Tuesday through Friday this week. Tuesday and Thursday will be at the Sports Flex Velocity complex, 11th & 12th graders from 4:00-5:00 and 9th & 11th graders from 5:00-6:00. Wednesday and Friday will be the conditioning and weight lifting program from from 3:15-4:30 at the high school. Please reach out to Coach Barben or Coach Bechtel with any questions.

If you took a dual enrollment class this semester, remember to submit a screenshot of your final grade while we wait for your official transcripts. You can find further instructions on the counseling blog and in an email you received on December 3rd. Reach out to your School Counselor with any questions.

Any senior student-athlete who will continuing their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level next year and would like to participate in this year’s National Letter of Intent signing day, please stop the athletic office so we can get your name added to the list.

Thursday, December 9, 2021, Flex Day 4

Lunch Today: Pizza, veggies, juice and milk

Congratulations to the two math NHS teams who competed in the Math Storm Competition yesterday! Both teams did an excellent job in competing against other high school teams from across the country. The junior team placed second in their grade level division and the sophomore team placed first in their division.

Any senior student-athlete who will continuing their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level next year and would like to participate in this year’s National Letter of Intent signing day, please stop the athletic office so we can get your name added to the list.

The Civitas club is having a toiletry drive to collect donations for the Loft. They are in need of soap, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, and other toiletries as well as new socks and underwear packs. Please consider helping those in need this holiday season. Turn your donations into block 1. The class with the most donations will win donuts! The collection will run through Friday, Dec. 17th. Thanks for your support!

If you took a dual enrollment class this semester, remember to submit a screenshot of your final grade while we wait for your official transcripts. You can find further instructions on the counseling blog and in an email you received on December 3rd. Reach out to your School Counselor with any questions.

Next week show your Penn Manor pride by dressing up for spirit week! On Monday just roll out of bed and wear your pajamas to school! Tuesday, show your appreciation for your favorite teacher by dressing up like them! On Wednesday, wear your favorite jersey! Thursday we will travel back in time, with a Throwback Thursday! Wear clothes from any decade! Lastly, on Friday, participate in a winter white out! We can’t wait to see what you got!

Reminder to all students interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor. We will have workouts Tuesday through Friday this week. Tuesday and Thursday will be at the Sports Flex Velocity complex, 11th & 12th graders from 4:00-5:00 and 9th & 11th graders from 5:00-6:00. Wednesday and Friday will be the conditioning and weight lifting program from from 3:15-4:30 at the high school. Please reach out to Coach Barben or Coach Bechtel with any questions.

“Attention junior class! Don’t forget to sell those Subs and Pretzel Sandwiches! Order Forms and money are due to Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Crowther by Monday December 13th. Subs will be delivered December 21st before the end of the day. Let’s work together to raise money for our prom!”

The library now features a MILLION DOLLAR PUZZLE. Students who are scheduled to be in the library are welcomed to complete the puzzle. Penn Manor School District libraries could win a million dollars! The puzzle is a challenge because it is a giant QR code. Help piece it together!

Wednesday, December 8, 2021, Flex Day 3

Attention Student Council. There is no club today. Thanks!

The Civitas club is having a toiletry drive to collect donations for the Loft. They are in need of soap, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, and other toiletries as well as new socks and underwear packs. Please consider helping those in need this holiday season. Turn your donations into block 1. The class with the most donations will win donuts! The collection will run through Friday, Dec. 17th. Thanks for your support!

Congratulations to the Chess Team on their match yesterday with Manheim Township. Camren Winger was named Player of the Match for his win at board 5. Good luck to the team next week when they face off against Lancaster Country Day.

“Attention junior class! Don’t forget to sell those Subs and Pretzel Sandwiches! Order Forms and money are due to Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Crowther by Monday December 13th. Subs will be delivered December 21st before the end of the day. Let’s work together to raise money for our prom!”

Reminder to all students interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor. We will have workouts Tuesday through Friday this week. Tuesday and Thursday will be at the Sports Flex Velocity complex, 11th & 12th graders from 4:00-5:00 and 9th & 11th graders from 5:00-6:00. Wednesday and Friday will be the conditioning and weight lifting program from from 3:15-4:30 at the high school. Please reach out to Coach Barben or Coach Bechtel with any questions.

Next week show your Penn Manor pride by dressing up for spirit week! On Monday just roll out of bed and wear your pajamas to school! Tuesday, show your appreciation for your favorite teacher by dressing up like them! On Wednesday, wear your favorite jersey! Thursday we will travel back in time, with a Throwback Thursday! Wear clothes from any decade! Lastly, on Friday, participate in a winter white out! We can’t wait to see what you got!

If you took a dual enrollment class this semester, remember to submit a screenshot of your final grade while we wait for your official transcripts. You can find further instructions on the counseling blog and in an email you received on December 3rd. Reach out to your School Counselor with any questions.

The library now features a MILLION DOLLAR PUZZLE. Students who are scheduled to be in the library are welcomed to complete the puzzle. Penn Manor School District libraries could win a million dollars! The puzzle is a challenge because it is a giant QR code. Help piece it together!

Tuesday, December 7, 2021, Flex Day 2

Vocal Jazz club is canceled for today. Students should remain in their block 2 flex.

It’s the second week of the month, so Flex 2 Aevidum will meet today. Go to 308 for Aevidum Flex 2 today.

If you took a dual enrollment class this semester, remember to submit a screenshot of your final grade while we wait for your official transcripts. You can find further instructions on the counseling blog and in an email you received on December 3rd. Reach out to your School Counselor with any questions.

Next week show your Penn Manor pride by dressing up for spirit week! On Monday just roll out of bed and wear your pajamas to school! Tuesday, show your appreciation for your favorite teacher by dressing up like them! On Wednesday, wear your favorite jersey! Thursday we will travel back in time, with a Throwback Thursday! Wear clothes from any decade! Lastly, on Friday, participate in a winter white out! We can’t wait to see what you got!

Reminder to all students interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor. We will have workouts Tuesday through Friday this week. Tuesday and Thursday will be at the Sports Flex Velocity complex, 11th & 12th graders from 4:00-5:00 and 9th & 11th graders from 5:00-6:00. Wednesday and Friday will be the conditioning and weight lifting program from from 3:15-4:30 at the high school. Please reach out to Coach Barben or Coach Bechtel with any questions.

“Attention junior class! Don’t forget to sell those Subs and Pretzel Sandwiches! Order Forms and money are due to Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Crowther by Monday December 13th. Subs will be delivered December 21st before the end of the day. Let’s work together to raise money for our prom!”

The library now features a MILLION DOLLAR PUZZLE. Students who are scheduled to be in the library are welcomed to complete the puzzle. Penn Manor School District libraries could win a million dollars! The puzzle is a challenge because it is a giant QR code. Help piece it together!

Monday, December 6, 2021, Flex Day 1

Congratulations to the November Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman: Ava Wolfersberger Sophomore: Janxelis Rivera-Crespo Junior: Nathan Mintzer Senior: Audrey Paterson Congratulations to this month’s winners!

“Attention junior class! Don’t forget to sell those Subs and Pretzel Sandwiches! Order Forms and money are due to Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Crowther by Monday December 13th. Subs will be delivered December 21st before the end of the day. Let’s work together to raise money for our prom!”

Reminder to all students interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor. We will have workouts Tuesday through Friday this week. Tuesday and Thursday will be at the Sports Flex Velocity complex, 11th & 12th graders from 4:00-5:00 and 9th & 11th graders from 5:00-6:00. Wednesday and Friday will be the conditioning and weight lifting program from from 3:15-4:30 at the high school. Please reach out to Coach Barben or Coach Bechtel with any questions.

The library now features a MILLION DOLLAR PUZZLE. Students who are scheduled to be in the library are welcomed to complete the puzzle. Penn Manor School District libraries could win a million dollars! The puzzle is a challenge because it is a giant QR code. Help piece it together!

Friday, December 3, 2021, Flex Day 1

Congratulations to the chess team on their first win of the season last night against Lancaster Catholic. Udaya Timsina won the Player of the Match award for his dramatic victory at board number 2. Great job team!

Aevidum thanks you for showing gratitude during November 19th Friday Flex. Students were most thankful for food, friends, and family. Some foods mentioned were pizza sticks, sushi, and McDonald’s sprite. Students were also thankful for sports like volleyball, basketball, football, and track and field.

The library now features a MILLION DOLLAR PUZZLE. Students who are scheduled to be in the library are welcomed to complete the puzzle. Penn Manor School District libraries could win a million dollars! The puzzle is a challenge because it is a giant QR code. Help piece it together!

For anyone who is interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor this year, our off season workout program starts today! Every Tuesday and Thursday there will be two hitting sessions at the Sports Flex Velocity complex. Players in grades 11 & 12 will hit from 4:00-5:00 and players in grades 9 & 10 will hit from 5:00-6:00. Every Wednesday and Friday, players should meet in room C248 right after school. We will then begin our stretching and conditioning routine before moving to the weight room from 3:45-4:30. Give the arms a rest, no gloves are needed for the month of December. While these workouts are optional, it is encouraged that you try to be at as much as you can to prepare for the season! This is open to ALL INTERESTED players but due to space limitations, no parents are able to attend the workouts. Please reach out or speak to Coach Barben in room C248 or Coach Bechtel in room C351 with any questions or if you would like a schedule of our workouts and locations!

“Attention junior class! Your class advisors and officers have worked together to organize a sub sale to raise money for our class. We have a lot of catching up to do from last year, so unless you want prom on the parking deck we need you to sell as many subs as you can!! Sub sale forms will be handed out during Block 1 Flex on December 3rd and you have until Monday December 13th to submit your order forms and money to Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Crowther. Subs will be delivered December 21st before the end of the day. Let’s work together to raise money for our prom!”

Calling all singers, actors, and dancers! The Spring musical this year will be The Addams Family, and this is going to be an experience you will not want to miss! Open call auditions will be held December 6th and 7th. Visit one of the TVs in the lobby of the building next week to scan the QR code for important audition information. Please be sure to also join the audition Google Classroom. The classroom code is included in the audition information. Want to get involved but not necessarily onstage? Stay tuned for more information about crew sign-ups and pit orchestra auditions. To make a theatrical production come together, we need all sorts of talents and abilities behind the scenes. We need YOU!

Thursday, December 2, 2021, Flex Day 4

Good news for the following students, who won in November’s “Gratitude” prize raffle. Please go to the main office now to collect your prize: Akai Vassor, Isabelle Bahati, Bethany Osborne, Jaime Jones-Swarzendruber,Trisha Khadka, and Cole Hostetter.

Aevidum thanks you for showing gratitude during November 19th Friday Flex. Students were most thankful for food, friends, and family. Some foods mentioned were pizza sticks, sushi, and McDonald’s sprite. Students were also thankful for sports like volleyball, basketball, football, and track and field.

Calling all singers, actors, and dancers! The Spring musical this year will be The Addams Family, and this is going to be an experience you will not want to miss! Open call auditions will be held December 6th and 7th. Visit one of the TVs in the lobby of the building next week to scan the QR code for important audition information. Please be sure to also join the audition Google Classroom. The classroom code is included in the audition information. Want to get involved but not necessarily onstage? Stay tuned for more information about crew sign-ups and pit orchestra auditions. To make a theatrical production come together, we need all sorts of talents and abilities behind the scenes. We need YOU!

“Attention junior class! Your class advisors and officers have worked together to organize a sub sale to raise money for our class. We have a lot of catching up to do from last year, so unless you want prom on the parking deck we need you to sell as many subs as you can!! Sub sale forms will be handed out during Block 1 Flex on December 3rd and you have until Monday December 13th to submit your order forms and money to Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Crowther. Subs will be delivered December 21st before the end of the day. Let’s work together to raise money for our prom!”

For anyone who is interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor this year, our off season workout program starts today! Every Tuesday and Thursday there will be two hitting sessions at the Sports Flex Velocity complex. Players in grades 11 & 12 will hit from 4:00-5:00 and players in grades 9 & 10 will hit from 5:00-6:00. Every Wednesday and Friday, players should meet in room C248 right after school. We will then begin our stretching and conditioning routine before moving to the weight room from 3:45-4:30. Give the arms a rest, no gloves are needed for the month of December. While these workouts are optional, it is encouraged that you try to be at as much as you can to prepare for the season! This is open to ALL INTERESTED players but due to space limitations, no parents are able to attend the workouts. Please reach out or speak to Coach Barben in room C248 or Coach Bechtel in room C351 with any questions or if you would like a schedule of our workouts and locations!

The Lancaster County Career & Technology Center (CTC) is dedicated to preparing high school students for careers in the new economy. This is your opportunity to earn job-related certifications and receive top-notch industry training while still in high school. The CTC offers over 36 FULL day Senior year program options and 6 HALF day Junior Year programs ranging from Plumbing to Dental Assistant to Culinary Arts and so much more! We will be highlighting some of the program options throughout the month of December. More information was posted in your Google Classroom. If you want to attend CTC next year, applications are due by December 23.

The library now features a MILLION DOLLAR PUZZLE. Students who are scheduled to be in the library are welcomed to complete the puzzle. Penn Manor School District libraries could win a million dollars! The puzzle is a challenge because it is a giant QR code. Help piece it together!

Wednesday, December 1, 2021, Flex Day 3

Civil War Club is cancelled today.

For any students interested in winter track, there will be a meeting in the high school cafeteria for students in grade 9-12 on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at 3:15 pm. Coaches will discuss the practice schedules and answer any questions you may have.

Calling all singers, actors, and dancers! The Spring musical this year will be The Addams Family, and this is going to be an experience you will not want to miss! Open call auditions will be held December 6th and 7th. Visit one of the TVs in the lobby of the building next week to scan the QR code for important audition information. Please be sure to also join the audition Google Classroom. The classroom code is included in the audition information. Want to get involved but not necessarily onstage? Stay tuned for more information about crew sign-ups and pit orchestra auditions. To make a theatrical production come together, we need all sorts of talents and abilities behind the scenes. We need YOU!

“Attention junior class! Your class advisors and officers have worked together to organize a sub sale to raise money for our class. We have a lot of catching up to do from last year, so unless you want prom on the parking deck we need you to sell as many subs as you can!! Sub sale forms will be handed out during Block 1 Flex on December 3rd and you have until Monday December 13th to submit your order forms and money to Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Crowther. Subs will be delivered December 21st before the end of the day. Let’s work together to raise money for our prom!”

For anyone who is interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor this year, our off season workout program starts today! Every Tuesday and Thursday there will be two hitting sessions at the Sports Flex Velocity complex. Players in grades 11 & 12 will hit from 4:00-5:00 and players in grades 9 & 10 will hit from 5:00-6:00. Every Wednesday and Friday, players should meet in room C248 right after school. We will then begin our stretching and conditioning routine before moving to the weight room from 3:45-4:30. Give the arms a rest, no gloves are needed for the month of December. While these workouts are optional, it is encouraged that you try to be at as much as you can to prepare for the season! This is open to ALL INTERESTED players but due to space limitations, no parents are able to attend the workouts. Please reach out or speak to Coach Barben in room C248 or Coach Bechtel in room C351 with any questions or if you would like a schedule of our workouts and locations!

The Lancaster County Career & Technology Center (CTC) is dedicated to preparing high school students for careers in the new economy. This is your opportunity to earn job-related certifications and receive top-notch industry training while still in high school. The CTC offers over 36 FULL day Senior year program options and 6 HALF day Junior Year programs ranging from Plumbing to Dental Assistant to Culinary Arts and so much more! We will be highlighting some of the program options throughout the month of December. More information was posted in your Google Classroom. If you want to attend CTC next year, applications are due by December 23.

Congratulations to the Penn Manor Chess Team on their first match of the season against Warwick last night. Jordan Chen took home the Player of the Match award for his dramatic victory at board 3. Good luck to the team as they host Lancaster Catholic on Thursday.

Tuesday, November 30, 2021, Flex Day 2

There will be no french fries at lunch today.

Anime and Manga Club, we will be meeting in Room c301 today.

During Friday Flex November 19th, Penn Manor students wrote about the people or items they were most thankful for. The most common things that students were grateful for were family, friends and food. But students were also thankful for things like their faith, sports, and school! Aevidum wants to remind students about the benefits of taking note of items you can be grateful for each day.

Aevidum Flex 2 will be meeting today in Ms. Vita’s room 308.

For any students interested in winter track, there will be a meeting in the high school cafeteria for students in grade 9-12 on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at 3:15 pm. Coaches will discuss the practice schedules and answer any questions you may have.

Calling all singers, actors, and dancers! The Spring musical this year will be The Addams Family, and this is going to be an experience you will not want to miss! Open call auditions will be held December 6th and 7th. Visit one of the TVs in the lobby of the building next week to scan the QR code for important audition information. Please be sure to also join the audition Google Classroom. The classroom code is included in the audition information. Want to get involved but not necessarily onstage? Stay tuned for more information about crew sign-ups and pit orchestra auditions. To make a theatrical production come together, we need all sorts of talents and abilities behind the scenes. We need YOU!

“Attention junior class! Your class advisors and officers have worked together to organize a sub sale to raise money for our class. We have a lot of catching up to do from last year, so unless you want prom on the parking deck we need you to sell as many subs as you can!! Sub sale forms will be handed out during Block 1 Flex on December 3rd and you have until Monday December 13th to submit your order forms and money to Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Crowther. Subs will be delivered December 21st before the end of the day. Let’s work together to raise money for our prom!”

For anyone who is interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor this year, our off season workout program starts today! Every Tuesday and Thursday there will be two hitting sessions at the Sports Flex Velocity complex. Players in grades 11 & 12 will hit from 4:00-5:00 and players in grades 9 & 10 will hit from 5:00-6:00. Every Wednesday and Friday, players should meet in room C248 right after school. We will then begin our stretching and conditioning routine before moving to the weight room from 3:45-4:30. Give the arms a rest, no gloves are needed for the month of December. While these workouts are optional, it is encouraged that you try to be at as much as you can to prepare for the season! This is open to ALL INTERESTED players but due to space limitations, no parents are able to attend the workouts. Please reach out or speak to Coach Barben in room C248 or Coach Bechtel in room C351 with any questions or if you would like a schedule of our workouts and locations!

Monday, November 22, 2021

Class of 2025 your Gertrude Hawk Fundraiser forms are due today in the counseling office.

The weight room will be open after school at 12:30 on Monday November 22nd and Tuesday November 23rd for any student interested in working out. It will be closed on Wednesday November 24 and reopen when we return from break on Tuesday November 30th.

There will be no french fries available at lunch today or tomorrow.

Seniors who are planning to go on to any schooling should complete their Free Financial Aid Application called the FAFSA. Check out the counseling blog or email your counselor for help. You will not be eligible for any federal or state grants or loans if you don’t complete this.

Attn Seniors:  Next Tuesday, November 23rd over lunch, the School Counseling Department will be offering time for you to work on and complete any college applications that you are still working on.  School Counselors will be available to answer any questions you have or to offer you help with getting started or completing those college applications that you have been meaning to finish.  Bring your lunch and your laptop to the Career Center if interested.

Thank you to all the girls who came out to the girls wrestling meeting. If you were unable to make it and are interested in joining the first ever Penn Manor girls wrestling team please stop by the athletic office so we can get your contact information to keep you up to date on the upcoming schedule.

Friday, November 19, 2021, Friday Flex

Thank you to everyone who ordered roses – flowers were delivered to block 1 classes today. If you have any questions or problems with any orders or deliveries, please stop by room C209 to speak to Mrs. Mintzer. If you didn’t buy a rose – remember they will also be on sale in the lobby this weekend at our performances for CLUE. Tickets for the show are just $5 for students and $7 for adults – please plan to pay with cash. The show starts at 7:30, doors will open at 7:00 – all seats are reserved. You can buy your tickets online until this afternoon for tonight’s performance – and Saturday sales will remain open online until tomorrow afternoon. We will be selling tickets in the lobby for both shows – please join us!

Winter track update: The athletic department is working on finalizing a practice schedule with the coaches. Any student interested in winter track workouts, please be on the lookout for an announcement in the coming weeks. We plan on starting up early in December.

Attention all freshman – Gertrude Hawk fundraising forms must be completed and handed in to the counseling office by this coming Monday, November 22nd. Please include in video announcements: play link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgrHcwiK7Uk

Seniors who are planning to go on to any schooling should complete their Free Financial Aid Application called the FAFSA. Check out the counseling blog or email your counselor for help. You will not be eligible for any federal or state grants or loans if you don’t complete this.

Attn Seniors:  Next Tuesday, November 23rd over lunch, the School Counseling Department will be offering time for you to work on and complete any college applications that you are still working on.  School Counselors will be available to answer any questions you have or to offer you help with getting started or completing those college applications that you have been meaning to finish.  Bring your lunch and your laptop to the Career Center if interested 

Thank you to all the girls who came out to the girls wrestling meeting. If you were unable to make it and are interested in joining the first ever Penn Manor girls wrestling team please stop by the athletic office so we can get your contact information to keep you up to date on the upcoming schedule.

We are very excited to announce that Mr. Bechtel has been nominated for LifeChanger of the Year! LifeChanger is a national program that recognizes educators for the positive difference they make in the lives of their students. Mr. Bechtel is a shining example of positive influence and leadership in our community and we are so proud of him. Go to tinyurl.com/PMLifeChanger to support the nomination. Mr. Bechtel has a chance of winning $5,000 for the school. Again, go to tinyurl dot com forward slash PM LifeChanger to leave a comment.

Are you interested in playing on the chess team here at Penn Manor? Matches are held after school starting on November 30. See Mr. Eshleman in room 203 for more information.

Thursday, November 18, 2021, Flex Day 4

FIDM Fashion Club is cancelled today, all students should stay in 4th block Flex and look at today’s agenda in Google Classroom.

Volleyball Club is cancelled today.

Attention Swimmers: The Swim Team Club will be meeting this tomorrow, November 18, during Flex in room C356. Please notify Coach Urban if you are unable to attend.

Come out to Tropical Smoothie this Thursday. Stop by between 4-7:30 and place your receipt in the bin to support miniTHON. After you get your smoothie come support the powder puff game at Comet Field- see you there!

The Powder Puff game will be played Thursday at 4:00 pm under the lights at Comet Field. Please encourage your friends and family to attend!

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will hold virtual open house sessions for each CTC campus this week. The Brownstown open house will be November 16, the Mount Joy campus open house will be held November 17, and the Willow Street open house will be on November 18th. The virtual open houses will be held form 6-8pm. Prospective students and families can go online for a live group sessions with instructors. Learn about in demand, highly skilled professions and how the LCCTC can prepare you for them! Go to www.LancaserCTC.edu/Openhouses for details.

Are you interested in playing on the chess team here at Penn Manor? Matches are held after school starting on November 30. See Mr. Eshleman in room 203 for more information.

We are very excited to announce that Mr. Bechtel has been nominated for LifeChanger of the Year! LifeChanger is a national program that recognizes educators for the positive difference they make in the lives of their students. Mr. Bechtel is a shining example of positive influence and leadership in our community and we are so proud of him. Go to tinyurl.com/PMLifeChanger to support the nomination. Mr. Bechtel has a chance of winning $5,000 for the school. Again, go to tinyurl dot com forward slash PM LifeChanger to leave a comment.

Thank you to all the girls who came out to the girls wrestling meeting. If you were unable to make it and are interested in joining the first ever Penn Manor girls wrestling team please stop by the athletic office so we can get your contact information to keep you up to date on the upcoming schedule.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021, Flex Day 3

Creative Writing Club is canceled today.

Penn Manor Esport’s League of Legends Team were awarded the win last night in their match against the Highlanders from Sir John A MacDonald Secondary School. This win moves them into their first ever winning season.

Attention Swimmers: The Swim Team Club will be meeting this tomorrow, November 18, during Flex in room C356. Please notify Coach Urban if you are unable to attend.

Come out to Tropical Smoothie this Thursday. Stop by between 4-7:30 and place your receipt in the bin to support miniTHON. After you get your smoothie come support the powder puff game at Comet Field- see you there!

Attention miniTHON club members- Today’s club is for ALL club members. Please report to the cafeteria for club today.

We are very excited to announce that Mr. Bechtel has been nominated for LifeChanger of the Year! LifeChanger is a national program that recognizes educators for the positive difference they make in the lives of their students. Mr. Bechtel is a shining example of positive influence and leadership in our community and we are so proud of him. Go to tinyurl.com/PMLifeChanger to support the nomination. Mr. Bechtel has a chance of winning $5,000 for the school. Again, go to tinyurl dot com forward slash PM LifeChanger to leave a comment.

Penn Manor has just become the 23rd school in the state of Pennsylvania to approve an all girls wrestling team.For any girls who are interested in becoming a member of our new winter sports team, there will be an informative meeting with the coaches this Wednesday, November 17th at 5:15pm on the Social stairs at the high school cafeteria.Come out to learn more about the exciting opportunity.

Are you interested in playing on the chess team here at Penn Manor? Matches are held after school starting on November 30. See Mr. Eshleman in room 203 for more information.

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will hold virtual open house sessions for each CTC campus this week. The Brownstown open house will be November 16, the Mount Joy campus open house will be held November 17, and the Willow Street open house will be on November 18th. The virtual open houses will be held form 6-8pm. Prospective students and families can go online for a live group sessions with instructors. Learn about in demand, highly skilled professions and how the LCCTC can prepare you for them! Go to www.LancaserCTC.edu/Openhouses for details.

Attention all that registered to participate in Powder Puff. Practice will be this week on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday after school from 3:00 – 5:00 on the turf field here at the high school. The game will be played Thursday at 6:30 pm under the lights at Comet Field. Please encourage your friends and family to attend!

Tuesday, November 16, 2021, Flex Day 2

Penn Manor has just become the 23rd school in the state of Pennsylvania to approve an all girls wrestling team.For any girls who are interested in becoming a member of our new winter sports team, there will be an informative meeting with the coaches this Wednesday, November 17th at 5:15pm on the Social stairs at the high school cafeteria.Come out to learn more about the exciting opportunity.

Are you interested in playing on the chess team here at Penn Manor? Matches are held after school starting on November 30. See Mr. Eshleman in room 203 for more information.

The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center will hold virtual open house sessions for each CTC campus this week. The Brownstown open house will be November 16, the Mount Joy campus open house will be held November 17, and the Willow Street open house will be on November 18th. The virtual open houses will be held form 6-8pm. Prospective students and families can go online for a live group sessions with instructors. Learn about in demand, highly skilled professions and how the LCCTC can prepare you for them! Go to www.LancaserCTC.edu/Openhouses for details.

Juniors, you must complete your graduation project. This is a requirement and should be finished by January. Access your Xello account and check that all three lessons in 9th, 10th and 11th grade have been finished with thoughtful answers to each question. Contact your Counselor or Mrs. Cortez with any questions or to receive your golden ticket.

Attention all that registered to participate in Powder Puff. Practice will be this week on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday after school from 3:00 – 5:00 on the turf field here at the high school. The game will be played Thursday at 6:30 pm under the lights at Comet Field. Please encourage your friends and family to attend!

Penn Manor Theatre is holding a rose sale – this is the perfect opportunity for you to send a note and a colorful wooden rose to someone special. This is a chance to let them know how much you value them. Orders will be taken over lunches on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Send 1 rose with a notecard for $2. A bundle of 3 roses for $5. Or a bundle of 6 roses for $10. Roses will be delivered to Block 1 classes on Friday, Nov 19th in honor of opening night for our fall play, CLUE. See Mrs. Mintzer in room C209 with any questions.

Attention students, The members of the Unified Club are inviting anyone and everyone to the 1st annual Friendsgiving event after school on Friday, November 19th from 2:45 – 5:00 in the high school cafeteria. Join us for a Thanksgiving meal, music and games. There is a sign-up sheet outside of Room C105 if you would like to attend. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Lainhoff!

On Wednesday November 17th at 6pm in the high school cafeteria, the athletic department will be welcoming Steve O’Neill, as he presents a mental skills workshop for athletes, coaches and parents. This workshop is designed for athletes, coaches, and parents who are interested in the mental side of performance. It will explore what mental performance is and why it is important. It will also cover essential mental skills, mindsets, and tools that elevate performance and enhance well-being. Skills to increase confidence, remain focused, deal with setbacks, stay relaxed, and deal with stress will be covered. For more information and to sign up, please go to the athletics website at www.pennmanorathletics.com

Friday, November 12, 2021, Friday Flex

Penn Manor Theatre is holding a rose sale – this is the perfect opportunity for you to send a note and a colorful wooden rose to someone special. This is a chance to let them know how much you value them. Orders will be taken over lunches on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Send 1 rose with a notecard for $2. A bundle of 3 roses for $5. Or a bundle of 6 roses for $10. Roses will be delivered to Block 1 classes on Friday, Nov 19th in honor of opening night for our fall play, CLUE. See Mrs. Mintzer in room C209 with any questions.

Seniors If you are planning to attend any post-secondary institution you and your parent/guardian must complete the FAFSA ( Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This is the primary application for need-based aid. All students will qualify for student loans if you complete the FAFSA. There are deadlines for the process. On Monday, November 15th you are invited to the Counseling Office Career Center during your lunch for a live Q and A session about starting this process. This is for anyone who is interested in speaking to an expert from PHEAA ( Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency) about the application process. It is a great opportunity for you to get your questions and concerns answered! If you have any questions, email your school counselor. We are looking forward to seeing you on Monday during your lunch!

Come on out to the Lancaster Ice Rink tonight at 7:30pm to see the coolest game on ice. The Penn Manor ice hockey team will be facing off against the Susquehanna Stampede. The Comets are currently 1 -1 on the season and are looking to pick up their second win in a row.

Anyone who is interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor this year, please see Coach Bechtel in Room 351 by the end of the week. This is important to make sure you receive updates on winter work-out and lifting programs!

Attention students, The members of the Unified Club are inviting anyone and everyone to the 1st annual Friendsgiving event after school on Friday, November 19th from 2:45 – 5:00 in the high school cafeteria. Join us for a Thanksgiving meal, music and games. There is a sign-up sheet outside of Room C105 if you would like to attend. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Lainhoff!

On Saturday, the Penn Manor Marching Unit will travel to Hershey to compete in the Cavalcade of Bands Championships. Leading into the final event of the season, the marching unit is seeded 3rd in the the advanced class of bands with 40-55 members. They will be competing against: Susquehannock, New Oxford, Sun Valley, Methacton, Washington Township, Haverford, and Pottstown. Wish them well as the group wraps up their most successful season is over a decade!

On Wednesday November 17th at 6pm in the high school cafeteria, the athletic department will be welcoming Steve O’Neill, as he presents a mental skills workshop for athletes, coaches and parents. This workshop is designed for athletes, coaches, and parents who are interested in the mental side of performance. It will explore what mental performance is and why it is important. It will also cover essential mental skills, mindsets, and tools that elevate performance and enhance well-being. Skills to increase confidence, remain focused, deal with setbacks, stay relaxed, and deal with stress will be covered. For more information and to sign up, please go to the athletics website at www.pennmanorathletics.com

Thursday, November 11, 2021, Flex Day 4

Anyone who is interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor this year, please see Coach Bechtel in Room 351 by the end of the week. This is important to make sure you receive updates on winter work-out and lifting programs!

Attention students, The members of the Unified Club are inviting anyone and everyone to the 1st annual Friendsgiving event after school on Friday, November 19th from 2:45 – 5:00 in the high school cafeteria. Join us for a Thanksgiving meal, music and games. There is a sign-up sheet outside of Room C105 if you would like to attend. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Lainhoff!

Attention students and staff: This Saturday our Penn Manor Marching Unit will be participating in their final competition at Hershey Park Stadium where they are currently seeded 3rd among their class. This Friday November 12th, please wear either your favorite band t-shirt, or the color green to show your support for our Penn Manor Marching Unit.

On Wednesday November 17th at 6pm in the high school cafeteria, the athletic department will be welcoming Steve O’Neill, as he presents a mental skills workshop for athletes, coaches and parents. This workshop is designed for athletes, coaches, and parents who are interested in the mental side of performance. It will explore what mental performance is and why it is important. It will also cover essential mental skills, mindsets, and tools that elevate performance and enhance well-being. Skills to increase confidence, remain focused, deal with setbacks, stay relaxed, and deal with stress will be covered. For more information and to sign up, please go to the athletics website at www.pennmanorathletics.com

Wednesday, November 10, 2021, Flex Day 3

Attention students, The members of the Unified Club are inviting anyone and everyone to the 1st annual Friendsgiving event after school on Friday, November 19th from 2:45 – 5:00 in the high school cafeteria. Join us for a Thanksgiving meal, music and games. There is a sign-up sheet outside of Room C105 if you would like to attend. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Lainhoff!

Anyone who is interested in playing baseball for Penn Manor this year, please see Coach Bechtel in Room 351 by the end of the week. This is important to make sure you receive updates on winter work-out and lifting programs!

Throughout September & October several of the Penn Manor Tennis Team Members participated in a USTA Junior Team Tennis League and the Penn Manor Team (playing out of RCW Athletic Club) won their division and were invited to the National Championship Qualifier which will be held this upcoming summer. The following players made up the JTT Team: Suren Clark Grant Rost Autumn Kirkley Will Steltz Liv Swanson Erin Shipley Sydney Gieg Lydia Meier Congratulations Comets!

The Penn Manor Ice Hockey team’s season is already underway. The team already has two games completed. In their first game of the year vs the Comets fell to Schuykill Valley 3-0, but goalie sophomore CJ Ulmer was the star of the night recording an amazing 50 saves. On Monday the team picked up their first win of the season, defeating Manheim Central 4-2. Sebastian Elias led all scorers with 2 goals. Christian Barbusca and Miciah Summers each put in a goal as well. The Comets next game is this Friday at 7:30pm at the Lancaster Ice Rink vs the Susquehanna Stampede. Come out and cheer on the hockey team!

Attention students and staff: This Saturday our Penn Manor Marching Unit will be participating in their final competition at Hershey Park Stadium where they are currently seeded 3rd among their class. This Friday November 12th, please wear either your favorite band t-shirt, or the color green to show your support for our Penn Manor Marching Unit.

On Wednesday November 17th at 6pm in the high school cafeteria, the athletic department will be welcoming Steve O’Neill, as he presents a mental skills workshop for athletes, coaches and parents. This workshop is designed for athletes, coaches, and parents who are interested in the mental side of performance. It will explore what mental performance is and why it is important. It will also cover essential mental skills, mindsets, and tools that elevate performance and enhance well-being. Skills to increase confidence, remain focused, deal with setbacks, stay relaxed, and deal with stress will be covered. For more information and to sign up, please go to the athletics website at www.pennmanorathletics.com

Tuesday, November 9, 2021, Flex Day 2

Chess Club is canceled today.

Congratulations to the October Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman: James Helm Sophomore: Tyler Wolf Junior: Jael Cruz Santos Senior: Noe Perez Congratulations to this month’s winners!

On Wednesday November 17th at 6pm in the high school cafeteria, the athletic department will be welcoming Steve O’Neill, as he presents a mental skills workshop for athletes, coaches and parents. This workshop is designed for athletes, coaches, and parents who are interested in the mental side of performance. It will explore what mental performance is and why it is important. It will also cover essential mental skills, mindsets, and tools that elevate performance and enhance well-being. Skills to increase confidence, remain focused, deal with setbacks, stay relaxed, and deal with stress will be covered. For more information and to sign up, please go to the athletics website at www.pennmanorathletics.com

Attention students and staff: This Saturday our Penn Manor Marching Unit will be participating in their final competition at Hershey Park Stadium where they are currently seeded 3rd among their class. This Friday November 12th, please wear either your favorite band t-shirt, or the color green to show your support for our Penn Manor Marching Unit.

Monday, November 8, 2021, Flex Day 1

Congratulations to the October Students of the Month! They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman: James Helm Sophomore: Tyler Wolf Junior: Jael Cruz Santos Senior: Noe Perez Congratulations to this month’s winners!

Congratulations to Penn Manor Esports Rocket League team who beat S-O Esports on Friday, 4 to O; their season record is now 5-1.

Thursday, November 4, 2021, Flex Day 4

Block 4 Comet Nation Club should meet in C356 today, 11/4/21, in Mr. Urban’s room.

Reminder! Today is picture retake day! See your teachers for schedule.

Attention Seniors: Any senior who did not receive information about ordering their cap & gown for graduation should stop in the main office to pick up an ordering packet. Orders were due October 28th. The price will continue to go up after this date, so please hurry and get your order in as soon as possible.

Attention all interested in Powder Puff: your google form registration and money is due by the end of the school day Friday November 5th. Your form and money must be turned in or you will not participate in the game – no exceptions. This applies to all involved, including those playing, coaching, or cheerleading. Please see Mr. Rayha or Mrs. Starry with any questions.

Attn Seniors: December 4th is the last SAT date for the 2021 year and the registration deadline is this Thursday, November 4th. If you were planning to try to take the SAT yet this year, make sure to get signed up. If you have any questions please reach out to your School Counselor.

Wednesday, November 3, 2021, Flex Day 3

It was a good day for Penn Manor Esports yesterday with both Varsity and JV Overwatch teams winning their matches. Varsity defeated Ephrata 2 – 0 and JV beat York Tech 2 – 0. Congratulations Penn Manor Overwatch!

Students: This is a reminder that picture retakes are tomorrow. Your teachers will let you know what time you can go to the auditorium.

Attn Seniors: December 4th is the last SAT date for the 2021 year and the registration deadline is this Thursday, November 4th. If you were planning to try to take the SAT yet this year, make sure to get signed up. If you have any questions please reach out to your School Counselor.

Attention all interested in Powder Puff: your google form registration and money is due by the end of the school day Friday November 5th. Your form and money must be turned in or you will not participate in the game – no exceptions. This applies to all involved, including those playing, coaching, or cheerleading. Please see Mr. Rayha or Mrs. Starry with any questions.

Attention Seniors: Any senior who did not receive information about ordering their cap & gown for graduation should stop in the main office to pick up an ordering packet. Orders were due October 28th. The price will continue to go up after this date, so please hurry and get your order in as soon as possible.

Attention any student taking a year long or fall only AP class. Your payment for AP exams is due Thursday, November 4th. If payment is not received you will not be able to take your AP exam this year. If you have any questions please ask your AP teacher or Mrs. Ulmer.

Tuesday, November 2, 2021, Flex Day 2

Attn Seniors: December 4th is the last SAT date for the 2021 year and the registration deadline is this Thursday, November 4th. If you were planning to try to take the SAT yet this year, make sure to get signed up. If you have any questions please reach out to your School Counselor.

Congratulations to Penn Manor Esports Varsity Rocket League Team for defeating Eisenhower High School from Illinois in a best of seven match. They took the match in 5 games; winning 4 to 1. This extends their winning season, which now stands at 4 wins and 1 loss.

Attention all interested in Powder Puff: your google form registration and money is due by the end of the school day Friday November 5th. Your form and money must be turned in or you will not participate in the game – no exceptions. This applies to all involved, including those playing, coaching, or cheerleading. Please see Mr. Rayha or Mrs. Starry with any questions.

Attention Seniors: Any senior who did not receive information about ordering their cap & gown for graduation should stop in the main office to pick up an ordering packet. Orders were due October 28th. The price will continue to go up after this date, so please hurry and get your order in as soon as possible.

Attention any student taking a year long or fall only AP class. Your payment for AP exams is due Thursday, November 4th. If payment is not received you will not be able to take your AP exam this year. If you have any questions please ask your AP teacher or Mrs. Ulmer.

School picture retake day is coming up Thursday November 4th.

Friday, October 29, 2021, Friday Flex

Congratulations to Penn Manor Esports League of Legends Team as they defeated Maroon Team, from Ridgewood High School, NJ, 2 to 0 in yesterday’s match. This continues their winning season, with them winning three of their last four matches.

Penn Manor Swimmers: Please check your school email for the classroom code to the Penn Manor Swim Team Google Classroom. Be sure to have all the paperwork completed in order to get in the water on the first day of practice. Reminder that the mandatory swimmer/parent meeting will be held on Thursday November 4th from 7:00-8:00pm in the high school cafeteria. Please see Coach Urban or Coach Basile with any questions.

IF YOU ARE A JUNIOR or SENIOR, and don’t know what you’d like to do after HS but know you like working with your hands and would like to get right into a high paying career– please see your counselor ASAP about this program! The Manufacturers’ Association Pre-Apprenticeship Program is designed for high school Juniors or Seniors. A Pre-Apprenticeship gives students the ability to explore a career before entering the workforce after graduation. The program consists of hands on sessions and an optional online credential program. Participants of the program will receive state certified pre- apprentice papers and Federal OSHA 10 certification!

Attention Seniors: Any senior who did not receive information about ordering their cap & gown for graduation should stop in the main office to pick up an ordering packet. Orders were due October 28th. The price will continue to go up after this date, so please hurry and get your order in as soon as possible.

Attention any student taking a year long or fall only AP class. Your payment for AP exams is due Thursday, November 4th. If payment is not received you will not be able to take your AP exam this year. If you have any questions please ask your AP teacher or Mrs. Ulmer.

School picture retake day is coming up Thursday November 4th.

This Saturday the girls field hockey team will play in the District 3 Playoff Quarterfinal at 1pm at Comet Field. To show your support for them and our football team, students and staff should wear gold this Friday. Come and show your support for the comets!

On Monday November 1st, Parents and students are invited to attend Penn Manor Education Day. Over 100 admission representatives will be here from two and four year colleges, technical, nursing and business schools in the East Gym. This is a great opportunity to speak to admission counselors and ask questions about the various Career Preparatory Programs and Colleges from around the East Coast. Learn about entrance requirements, financial aid, campus life and academic programs. NEW additions include local workforces sharing career information and job opportunities The event is scheduled during block 3. Stay tuned for more information during Friday Flex.

Interested in taking college courses for credit in the Spring? Plan to attend the Dual Enrollment meeting on Friday, October 29th during Flex in the Counseling Office. Email Mrs. Hurst (amy.hurst@pennmanor.net) to sign up!

“Gold Out shirts are being sold at every lunch this week. $20 for a long sleeve. All proceeds benefit four diamonds. Wear them to the game Friday night to stand up against childhood cancer.”

Thursday, October 28, 2021, Flex Day 4

IF YOU ARE A JUNIOR or SENIOR, and don’t know what you’d like to do after HS but know you like working with your hands and would like to get right into a high paying career– please see your counselor ASAP about this program! The Manufacturers’ Association Pre-Apprenticeship Program is designed for high school Juniors or Seniors. A Pre-Apprenticeship gives students the ability to explore a career before entering the workforce after graduation. The program consists of hands on sessions and an optional online credential program. Participants of the program will receive state certified pre- apprentice papers and Federal OSHA 10 certification!

“Gold Out shirts are being sold at every lunch this week. $20 for a long sleeve. All proceeds benefit four diamonds. Wear them to the game Friday night to stand up against childhood cancer.”

Attention Juniors and Seniors – it’s powder puff football time! We will be having a mandatory meeting this Thursday during Flex in the cafeteria to go over dates, costs, expectations, and all other information. If you are a junior or senior girl interested in playing, or a junior or senior boy interested in coaching or cheerleading, you must attend this meeting. Please contact Mr. Rayha or Mrs. Starry if you have any questions.

Attention Seniors: Any senior who did not receive information about ordering their cap & gown for graduation should stop in the main office to pick up an ordering packet. Orders were due October 28th. The price will continue to go up after this date, so please hurry and get your order in as soon as possible.

Attention any student taking a year long or fall only AP class. Your payment for AP exams is due Thursday, November 4th. If payment is not received you will not be able to take your AP exam this year. If you have any questions please ask your AP teacher or Mrs. Ulmer.

School picture retake day is coming up Thursday November 4th.

This Saturday the girls field hockey team will play in the District 3 Playoff Quarterfinal at 1pm at Comet Field. To show your support for them and our football team, students and staff should wear gold this Friday. Come and show your support for the comets!

Interested in taking college courses for credit in the Spring? Plan to attend the Dual Enrollment meeting on Friday, October 29th during Flex in the Counseling Office. Email Mrs. Hurst (amy.hurst@pennmanor.net) to sign up!

Wednesday, October 27, 2021, Flex Day 3

Last night the girls soccer team opened up the District 3 playoffs at a wet, windy, and cold Comet Field, but that did not slow them down one bit as they hosted the Northeastern Bobcats 10 minutes into the game, Carly Keene put the Comets on the board and 5 minutes later a Carolyn Hinkle added goal number two. The Bobcats scored late in the half, to make the score 2-1 , but was a close at they would get. In the second half, Lauren Stoner added an insurance goal for the Comets and the defense and goaltending shut out Northeastern the rest of the way. A special shoutout to all the students who braved the elements and came out to cheer on the girls. Next up for the Comets is a quarterfinal match up at Carlisle on Saturday at a time to be determined.

Congratulations to Penn Manor Esports Varsity Overwatch Team which played against Cocalico and won 2-0. The JV Overwatch Team played against Chambersburg and lost 0-2.

School picture retake day is coming up Thursday November 4th.

This Saturday the girls field hockey team will play in the District 3 Playoff Quarterfinal at 1pm at Comet Field. To show your support for them and our football team, students and staff should wear gold this Friday. Come and show your support for the comets!

On Monday November 1st, Parents and students are invited to attend Penn Manor Education Day. Over 100 admission representatives will be here from two and four year colleges, technical, nursing and business schools in the East Gym. This is a great opportunity to speak to admission counselors and ask questions about the various Career Preparatory Programs and Colleges from around the East Coast. Learn about entrance requirements, financial aid, campus life and academic programs. NEW additions include local workforces sharing career information and job opportunities The event is scheduled during block 3. Stay tuned for more information during Friday Flex.

Interested in taking college courses for credit in the Spring? Plan to attend the Dual Enrollment meeting on Friday, October 29th during Flex in the Counseling Office. Email Mrs. Hurst (amy.hurst@pennmanor.net) to sign up!

Tuesday, October 26, 2021, Flex Day 2

Manor FFA Club-Flex 2 is cancelled today.

It’s playoff time. Tonight at Comet Field your Section 1 and Lancaster Lebanon League champion girls soccer team hosts the Northeastern Bobcats in the first round of the District 3 playoffs. Come out to Comet Field at 7pm to cheer on your lady Comets to victory. Tickets cost $6 for all spectators and the gates open at 6:20pm.

This Saturday the girls field hockey team will play in the District 3 Playoff Quarterfinal at 1pm at Comet Field. To show your support for them and our football team, students and staff should wear gold this Friday. Come and show your support for the comets!

On Monday November 1st, Parents and students are invited to attend Penn Manor Education Day. Over 100 admission representatives will be here from two and four year colleges, technical, nursing and business schools in the East Gym. This is a great opportunity to speak to admission counselors and ask questions about the various Career Preparatory Programs and Colleges from around the East Coast. Learn about entrance requirements, financial aid, campus life and academic programs. NEW additions include local workforces sharing career information and job opportunities The event is scheduled during block 3. Stay tuned for more information during Friday Flex

Congrats to Jesselin Lopez for winning homecoming queen, and Ella Kratz our runner up. Also, congrats to Charlie Gonzales, our first ever homecoming king, and Noe Perez, our runner up. Thank you to our entire court for a successful fundraiser for The Loft in Millersville. The court raised almost $5000 dollars and collected many supplies for families in need. The Loft will be very grateful for all of your hard work!

Interested in taking college courses for credit in the Spring? Plan to attend the Dual Enrollment meeting on Friday, October 29th during Flex in the Counseling Office. Email Mrs. Hurst (amy.hurst@pennmanor.net) to sign up!

Monday, October 25, 2021, Flex Day 1

Congrats to Jesselin Lopez for winning homecoming queen, and Ella Kratz our runner up. Also, congrats to Charlie Gonzales, our first ever homecoming king, and Noe Perez, our runner up. Thank you to our entire court for a successful fundraiser for The Loft in Millersville. The court raised almost $5000 dollars and collected many supplies for families in need. The Loft will be very grateful for all of your hard work!

Over the weekend, students from PMHS auditioned for the PMEA District 7 Chorus Festival. Our students competed against students from public and private schools spanning eight different counties for a spot in the festival chorus. A huge congratulations to the nine Penn Manor students who qualified: Nicole Chen – Placed 1st as Piano Accompanist Ella Layton – Soprano 2 Elizabeth Lebo – Soprano 2 Grace Fafel – Alto 1 Paige Wall – Alto 1 Emily Witmer – Alto 1 Kaleb Kabakjian – Bass 1 Matthew Perkins – Bass 2 Max Ponton – Bass 2 Our students will represent Penn Manor at the PMEA District 7 Chorus Festival at Chambersburg Area Senior High School on February 11-12, 2022.

Tomorrow, Tuesday October 26th our girls soccer team competes in the first round of the district playoffs at Comet Field at 7pm. Show your support by wearing blue on Tuesday, and come out to support the team!

Interested in taking college courses for credit in the Spring? Plan to attend the Dual Enrollment meeting on Friday, October 29th during Flex in the Counseling Office. Email Mrs. Hurst (amy.hurst@pennmanor.net) to sign up!

Students if you are thinking about taking a college class during this coming SPRING semester please email Mrs Ostrowski ( melissa.ostrowski@pennmanor.net) to sign up for a Dual Enrollment Information meeting on October 29th during Flex in the Career Center. You will learn how to see what classes are offered, how to apply, and how much classes cost. Don’t miss this information session!

Friday, October 22, 2021, Friday Flex

It was a golden night for our field hockey and girls soccer teams last night as both teams won their Lancaster Lebanon League Championship Games. at Conestoga Valley, the field hockey team trailed Township 1-0 early the game but that did not last long. 53 seconds after the Blue Streaks scored, Riley Robinson tied up the game off an assist from Izzy Thatcher. Then as time expired in the second quarter Tristan Groff scored on a corner that was started by Avery Bradburn to take a 2-1 lead. That was all the Comets needed as the CC Charles kept the Blue Streaks out of the net the rest of the game. The defense played amazing and fought off the Township pressure late in the game. Later in the evening at Warwick, the girls soccer also defeated Manheim Township by a score of 2-1. The Comets had two shots on goal for the game and they made the most of them as they both made their way past the Blue Streak goalie. The first goal came with 1:47 left in the first half as Lily Sugra found Carly Keene who got the scoring started. Township tied the game in the second half, but that was their only goal of the game. Just like in the field hockey game, our girls soccer defense and goaltending was outstanding. Goalie Allie Burkholder made many amazing saves to keep the Streak scoreless the rest of the game. Then with 1:47 to play in regulation, off a throw-in, Lily Sugra collected a pass from Lauren Stoner, and fired the game winner home. Congratulations to both teams. You have made Penn Manor proud. Next up is the district 3 playoffs which start up next week.

Thank you to everyone that came out last night and made our first Fall Fest a success. A shout out to Avery Groff, Erik Hinkle, and their friends for organizing and working a lot of the activities. A huge thank you to Mrs. Starry, Mrs. Ames, Mrs. Kelly, Miss Hartung, Mr. Bechtel, and Miss Vita for working the inflatables and helping with parking. Now for the champions. Congratulations to Carter Vinson for winning the hot dog eating contest. Jesse Shue and Sebastian Elias were unstoppable in the cornhole tournament, while Bennett Stauffer and Aydan Aliotta dominated in spike ball.

Education Day is coming Monday, November 1st during block 3. You will be able to speak to representatives from two and four year colleges, the military and local employers about your post secondary options. Visit the East gym during your lunch on November 1st. Check your email for the list of attendees.

Come hang out with us for a tailgate on the Turf. THIS FRIDAY from 5-6:30pm. We will have food, games, music, and special appearances by a few of our very own homecoming court! Then stay for the game to watch our boys crush Cedar Crest!

Attention Penn Manor Swimmers: Please check your Penn Manor email for an important update pertaining to the time and date for the preseason swim team meeting that will be held on Thursday, November 4th from 7:00 – 8:00pm in the high school cafeteria. Email updates will be sent out in the near future with updated practice and pool schedules. Please contact Coach Urban in room C356 with any questions.

Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors – It is time to vote for homecoming king and queen for the 2021 school year! In your grade level google classroom, you will find a link to cast your ballot. Votes will be accepted until 3:00 this Friday afternoon, and the winners will be announced Friday evening at the football game.

Attention Seniors: The sales rep from Herff Jones will be here during all three lunches on Friday, October 22nd to collect cap & gown orders and to answer any questions you may have. Remember, cap & gown orders are due by October 28th.

Students if you are thinking about taking a college class during this coming SPRING semester please email Mrs Ostrowski ( melissa.ostrowski@pennmanor.net) to sign up for a Dual Enrollment Information meeting on October 29th during Flex in the Career Center. You will learn how to see what classes are offered, how to apply, and how much classes cost. Don’t miss this information session!

Thursday, October 21, 2021, Flex Day 4

Attention Penn Manor Swimmers: Please check your Penn Manor email for an important update pertaining to the time and date for the preseason swim team meeting that will be held on Thursday, November 4th from 7:00 – 8:00pm in the high school cafeteria. Email updates will be sent out in the near future with updated practice and pool schedules. Please contact Coach Urban in room C356 with any questions.

Students if you are thinking about taking a college class during this coming SPRING semester please email Mrs Ostrowski ( melissa.ostrowski@pennmanor.net) to sign up for a Dual Enrollment Information meeting on October 29th during Flex in the Career Center. You will learn how to see what classes are offered, how to apply, and how much classes cost. Don’t miss this information session!

Come hang out with us for a tailgate on the Turf. THIS FRIDAY from 5-6:30pm. We will have food, games, music, and special appearances by a few of our very own homecoming court! Then stay for the game to watch our boys crush Cedar Crest!

Education Day is coming Monday, November 1st during block 3. You will be able to speak to representatives from two and four year colleges, the military and local employers about your post secondary options. Visit the East gym during your lunch on November 1st. Check your email for the list of attendees.

Morning announcement: Attention GSA club members – the format and location of our club meetings has changed. Beginning today – only students in grades 11 and 12 should report for a small group meeting in Mrs. Mintzer’s classroom, C209. Students in grades 9 and 10 should remain in their B4 FLEX locations – and you will attend our large group meeting in the auditorium next week. Homeroom reminder announcement: GSA club will meet today in room C209 – for students in grades 11 and 12 only.

It is championship Thursday and we are going to need Comet Nation to make some road trips to cheer our our teams. At 7pm over at Conestoga Valley, the field hockey team will face off against Manheim Township as the Comets look to win their second league title in a row. This will be the 4th time the Comets and Blue Streaks will face each other this year. Penn Manor has won the previous 3 games. Over at Warwick, at 7:30pm, the girl soccer team takes on Manheim Township for league gold. It will be the rubber match of the season for the two finalists, as they split the Section One regular season. This is the lady Comets eighth league final, the first since 2011. Good luck to both teams and we hope to see the bleachers full of blue and gold at both games!

Fall Fest will be held tonight from 5:00 – 8:30 at Comet Field. With many options of food, prizes, fireworks, a DJ, and competition, there is no reason you shouldn’t show up. Please arrive with an appetite, and consider showing off your abilities in the hot dog eating contest, cornhole tournament, or spike ball tournament. Sign ups for these three competitions will continue to be held at lunches today. See Erik Hinkle or Avery Groff at lunches to get information and sign up. The cornhole and spike ball tournaments will start at 5:15, and the hot dog eating contest will begin at 6:30. We hope to see you this evening.

The homecoming dance will be held this Saturday, October 23 from 6:00 – 9:00, and will take place on the top of the parking deck. The cost is $10 per person and tickets will be sold this week during lunches. If you are not in the building during lunches, you can purchase tickets before or after school in the main office. In order to purchase tickets, students should not have any unpaid obligations. Please speak with your grade level administrator if you need to make a plan for payment. Guest verification forms can be picked up in the office or found on your grade level Google Classroom. The dance is semiformal, this means no jeans.

Attention Seniors: The sales rep from Herff Jones will be here during all three lunches on Friday, October 22nd to collect cap & gown orders and to answer any questions you may have. Remember, cap & gown orders are due by October 28th.

Wednesday, October 20, 2021, Flex Day 3

Attention minithon club- today 9th and 10th grade members and leaders will meet in the cafeteria.

The Penn Manor golf team ended a very successful season yesterday. The Comets finished with a league record of 21-4 while Jesse Shue, Aidan Doyle, Seb Ellias, Brayden Souder, Maggie Eckroat & Keegan Dings all qualified for the league and district tournament. Keegan Dings advanced to the PIAA state final and capped off her senior year with a top 25 finish. Congratulations on a fantastic season! Our boys and girls cross country team had a great day at the Lancaster Lebanon League Championship yesterday. We had to medalists. Abby Ames placed 10th overall and Kaleb Kabakjian placed 23rd The boys team of Kaleb, Jeremiah Hetrick, Aiden Gerlach, Isaac Braegleman, Carter Vinson, Gabriel Sullivan, and Ethan Sauder placed 7th overall and have qualified for the District 3 championship. Qualifiying for districts on the girls team are Abby Ames and Mackenzie Nafziger. Great job Comets Championship Thursday is coming. Last night the girls soccer and field hockey teams both defeated Ephrata in the LL League Semifinals. Girls soccer beat the mounts 3-0, avenging a loss earlier in the regular season. Goals were scored by Izzy Kligge and Carly Keene (2). The Comets defense and goaltending kept Ephrata off the scoreboard. The Comets will face Manheim Township for the league championship Thursday night at 7:30 at Warwick. Field hockey beat the Mounts 2-0. Tristan Groff got the scoring started early of a penalty corner and Liv Cox added the second goal in the 3rd quarter. CC Charles and the Comet defense kept Ephrata out of the cage and the Comets will now look to defend their league title when the face Manheim Township on Thursday at 7pm at Conestoga Valley.

Hey Penn Manor – this week is Spirit Week! Thursday is Class Color War Friday is BLUE and GOLD. Show your school spirit by participating this week! Also, make sure to look for teachers too – they will be joining in during school spirit week too!

Fall Fest will be held this Thursday from 5:00 – 8:30 at Comet Field. With many options of food, prizes, fireworks, a DJ, and competition, there is no reason you shouldn’t show up. Please arrive with an appetite, and consider showing off your abilities in the hot dog eating contest, cornhole tournament, or spike ball tournament. Sign ups for these three competitions will be held at lunches this week. See Erik Hinkle or Avery Groff at lunches to get information and sign up.

The Homecoming Dance will be held this Saturday, October 23 from 6:00 – 9:00, and will take place on the top of the parking deck. The cost is $10 per person and tickets will be sold this week during lunches. If you are not in the building during lunches, you can purchase tickets before or after school in the main office. In order to purchase tickets, students should not have any unpaid obligations. Please speak with your grade level administrator if you need to make a plan for payment. Guest verification forms can be picked up in the office or found on your grade level Google Classroom. The dance is semiformal, this means no jeans.

Students if you are thinking about taking a college class during this coming SPRING semester please email Mrs Ostrowski ( melissa.ostrowski@pennmanor.net) to sign up for a Dual Enrollment Information meeting on October 29th during Flex in the Career Center. You will learn how to see what classes are offered, how to apply, and how much classes cost. Don’t miss this information session!

Attention Seniors: The sales rep from Herff Jones will be here during all three lunches on Friday, October 22nd to collect cap & gown orders and to answer any questions you may have. Remember, cap & gown orders are due by October 28th.

Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors – It is time to vote for homecoming king and queen for the 2021 school year! In your grade level google classroom, you will find a link to cast your ballot. Votes will be accepted until 3:00 this Friday afternoon, and the winners will be announced Friday evening at the football game.

Attention Penn Manor Swimmers: Please check your Penn Manor email for an important update pertaining to the time and date for the preseason swim team meeting that will be held on Thursday, November 4th from 7:00 – 8:00pm in the high school cafeteria. Email updates will be sent out in the near future with updated practice and pool schedules. Please contact Coach Urban in room C356 with any questions.

Education Day is coming Monday, November 1st during block 3. You will be able to speak to representatives from two and four year colleges, the military and local employers about your post secondary options. Visit the East gym during your lunch on November 1st. Check your email for the list of attendees.

Tuesday, October 19, 2021, Flex Day 2

Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors – It is time to vote for homecoming king and queen for the 2021 school year!  In your grade level google classroom, you will find a link to cast your ballot.  Votes will be accepted until 3:00 this Friday afternoon, and the winners will be announced Friday evening at the football game.

Hey Penn Manor – this week is Spirit Week!

Wednesday is Rep Your Flag Day Thursday is Class Color War Friday is BLUE and GOLD. Show your school spirit by participating this week! Also, make sure to look for teachers too – they will be joining in during school spirit week too!

Fall Fest will be held this Thursday from 5:00 – 8:30 at Comet Field. With many options of food, prizes, fireworks, a DJ, and competition, there is no reason you shouldn’t show up. Please arrive with an appetite, and consider showing off your abilities in the hot dog eating contest, cornhole tournament, or spike ball tournament. Sign ups for these three competitions will be held at lunches this week. See Erik Hinkle or Avery Groff at lunches to get information and sign up.

The Homecoming Dance will be held this Saturday, October 23 from 6:00 – 9:00, and will take place on the top of the parking deck. The cost is $10 per person and tickets will be sold this week during lunches. If you are not in the building during lunches, you can purchase tickets before or after school in the main office. In order to purchase tickets, students should not have any unpaid obligations. Please speak with your grade level administrator if you need to make a plan for payment. Guest verification forms can be picked up in the office or found on your grade level Google Classroom. The dance is semiformal, this means no jeans.

Attention Seniors: The sales rep from Herff Jones will be here during all three lunches on Friday, October 22nd to collect cap & gown orders and to answer any questions you may have. Remember, cap & gown orders are due by October 28th.

It’s a playoff filled day and night for our athletic teams. Keegan Dings will be representing the Comets at the PIAA Golf championship all day. In the afternoon over at Ephrata Middle School, the boys and girls cross country team will be running in the Lancaster Lebanon League championship. The Comets will be racing against 23 other schools. Best of luck to all of our runners. At 7pm over at Donegal High School, the field hockey team takes on the Ephrata Mountaineers in the semi-finals of the league tournament. Winner advances to Thursday’s Championship Game At 7:30 over at Manheim Central, the girls soccer team will face off against Ephrata in the semifinals. The girls look to avenge a regular season loss to the Mounts and advance to the League Championship. Good luck to all of our Comet student-athletes.

Students if you are thinking about taking a college class during this coming SPRING semester please email Mrs Ostrowski ( melissa.ostrowski@pennmanor.net) to sign up for a Dual Enrollment Information meeting on October 29th during Flex in the Career Center. You will learn how to see what classes are offered, how to apply, and how much classes cost. Don’t miss this information session!

Monday October 18, 2021, Flex Day 1

Attention Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors – Please see your google classroom for voting for this year’s homecoming Queen and King!

On Friday night at McCaskey, the football team picked up their 5th win of the season over the host Red Tornados. The win guaranteed the team their first non-losing season since 2014 and they look to add to that total. The team has two home regular season games remaining. 10/22 vs Cedar Crest (homecoming) and 10/29 vs Hempfield.

On Saturday morning at Garden Spot, the field hockey team defeated the Spartans 3-0 in the quarterfinals of the LL League tournament. The Comets will face Ephrata on Tuesday evening at Donegal High School. The team has also earned a spot in the District Playoffs which begin later in the month.

Saturday afternoon our Section 1 co-champion girls soccer team defeated ELCO 4-1 in the League Quarterfinals and have earned a spot in the semifinals on Tuesday. The Section Championship is the first for the Comets since girls soccer was moved from the spring to the fall. With a 13-3 regular season record, the Comets have also earned a spot in the District 3 tournament.

Good luck to senior Keegan Dings who will be participating in the PIAA Golf Championship tomorrow.

Last and certainly not least, junior Catherine Rabatin has continued her dominance in tennis again this year. Last weekend at LL League Championship Catherine won her third straight AAA Singles Title over Avery Palandjian from Manheim Township. On Saturday Catherine added another 3-peat to her belt as she once again defeated Avery Palandjian in the District 3 Championship. Catherine will be looking to earn her third PIAA state medal next month at the Hershey Racquet Club.

Hey Penn Manor – this week is Spirit Week!

Tuesday is Country vs. Country Club Day Wednesday is Rep Your Flag Day Thursday is Class Color War Friday is BLUE and GOLD. Show your school spirit by participating this week! Also, make sure to look for teachers too – they will be joining in during school spirit week too!

Fall ball boys lacrosse workouts will be running every Monday starting October 11th. Please arrive to the weight room by 5:30. Following the team workout, we will head to turf for open field. New players interested in trying out lacrosse encouraged.

Fall Fest will be held this Thursday from 5:00 – 8:30 at Comet Field. With many options of food, prizes, fireworks, a DJ, and competition, there is no reason you shouldn’t show up. Please arrive with an appetite, and consider showing off your abilities in the hot dog eating contest, cornhole tournament, or spike ball tournament. Sign ups for these three competitions will be held at lunches this week. See Erik Hinkle or Avery Groff at lunches to get information and sign up.

The Homecoming Dance will be held this Saturday, October 23 from 6:00 – 9:00, and will take place on the top of the parking deck. The cost is $10 per person and tickets will be sold this week during lunches. If you are not in the building during lunches, you can purchase tickets before or after school in the main office. In order to purchase tickets, students should not have any unpaid obligations. Please speak with your grade level administrator if you need to make a plan for payment. Guest verification forms can be picked up in the office or found on your grade level Google Classroom. The dance is semiformal, this means no jeans.

Friday, October 15, 2021, Flex Day 1

Hey Penn Manor – next week is Spirit Week! Monday is Pajama Day Tuesday is Country vs. Country Club Day Wednesday is Rep Your Flag Day Thursday is Class Color War Friday is BLUE and GOLD. Show your school spirit by participating next week! Also, make sure to look for teachers too – they will be joining in during school spirit week too!

Congratulations to the girls volleyball team who got the 3 to 0 sweep over McCaskey last night. Highlights for the Comets included Cassidy McCollum with 8 kills and 4 aces, Sophia Millhouse with 10 digs, Kylie Mattern with 4 aces, and Emma Saylor with 18 assists. Kylie Mattern and Lezlie Nguyen each added a solo block. It was a great team effort to get the win. Great job Comets! Tonight at McCaskey, the football team looks to pick up a big Section 1 victory over the host Red Tornado. Come out and support the team. Kick Off is at 7pm.

Good luck to our junior high cross country runners who will be competing in the Iron Bridge Invitational at Lancaster Mennonite tomorrow. This is considered the League Championship for our jr. high team. Best of luck to all the Comet runners. The quest for back to back Lancaster Lebanon League titles begins early Saturday morning for the field hockey team. They will be traveling to Garden Spot to face the Spartans at 10am. With a win, they will advance to the semi-finals which will be played Tuesday at Donegal. Your section 1 champion girls soccer team will face off against ELCO at 2pm on Saturday afternoon at Manheim Central’s turf field in the first round of league playoffs. A victory will put them in the semifinals against the winner of the Ephrata/Anville Cleona game. Good luck ladies!

Fall ball boys lacrosse workouts will be running every Monday starting October 11th. Please arrive to the weight room by 5:30. Following team workout, we will head to turf for open field. New players interested in trying out lacrosse encouraged.

Attention Seniors: If you were unable to attend the senior class meeting that was held on Friday, October 8th you should stop in the main office to pick up ordering information for your graduation cap & gown. Orders are due by October 28th. Mr. Crouse the sales rep will be in the cafeteria at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 13th to take orders, answer questions, size students who are ordering class rings, and hand out early delivery items.

The Homecoming dance will be held on Saturday October 23 from 6:00 – 9:00, and will take place on the top of the parking deck. The cost is $10 per person, and tickets will be sold next week during lunches. If you are not in the building during lunches, you can purchase tickets before or after school next week in the main office. Guest verification forms can be picked up in the office or found on your grade level google classroom. The dance is semi formal, this means no jeans.

This Fall we are bringing something new to Penn Manor. As you know, Spring Fling has been a tradition at Penn Manor for many years, but we are changing it up this year and introducing Fall Fest. Fall Fest will be held on Thursday, October 21 from 5:00 – 8:30 at Comet Field. With many options of food, prizes, and competition, there is no reason not to show up. Please arrive with an appetite, and consider showing off your abilities in the hot dog eating contest, cornhole tournament, or spike ball tournament. Fireworks will be shot up in the air for celebration. There will be a live DJ as well for entertainment. Penn manor is looking forward to starting a new tradition over the next few years, and we need your help and support by showing up to Fall Fest.

Seniors! Tonight is the deadline to participate in Instant Admissions Decision Day for Millersville University. Apply and fill out the google form by tonight in order to participate. All forms are located on your google classroom class of 2022 page.

Thursday, October 14, 2021, Flex Day 4

Good luck to Catherine Rabatin as she heads to the Hershey Racquet Club tomorrow as she begins her quest for District 3 tennis Gold. Catherine is the number one seed heading into the tournament as she looks for her third consecutive singles championship. First and second round is on Friday and semifinals and finals are on Saturday. Comet Nation will be cheering you on!

This Fall we are bringing something new to Penn Manor. As you know, Spring Fling has been a tradition at Penn Manor for many years, but we are changing it up this year and introducing Fall Fest. Fall Fest will be held on Thursday, October 21 from 5:00 – 8:30 at Comet Field. With many options of food, prizes, and competition, there is no reason not to show up. Please arrive with an appetite, and consider showing off your abilities in the hot dog eating contest, cornhole tournament, or spike ball tournament. Fireworks will be shot up in the air for celebration. There will be a live DJ as well for entertainment. Penn manor is looking forward to starting a new tradition over the next few years, and we need your help and support by showing up to Fall Fest.

Seniors! Tomorrow is the deadline to sign up for Millersville Instant Admissions Decision Day. Visit the class of 2022 google classroom or the counseling blog for more information.

I you would like to place an order for a CLUE show shirt, please be sure to complete the google form by Monday, October 18th. You can choose a short-sleeve T-shirt or crew neck sweatshirt in many colors that correspond to the colorful characters in the fall play. Long sleeve T’s are only available in black, though. Friends, family -and really anyone – is welcome to place an order. Visit the PM Theatre blog for a link to the google form, or email Mrs. Mintzer with any questions. No money is needed at this time – but payment is due upon delivery.

The Homecoming dance will be held on Saturday October 23 from 6:00 – 9:00, and will take place on the top of the parking deck. The cost is $10 per person, and tickets will be sold next week during lunches. If you are not in the building during lunches, you can purchase tickets before or after school next week in the main office. Guest verification forms can be picked up in the office or found on your grade level google classroom. The dance is semi formal, this means no jeans.

Attention Seniors: If you were unable to attend the senior class meeting that was held on Friday, October 8th you should stop in the main office to pick up ordering information for your graduation cap & gown. Orders are due by October 28th. Mr. Crouse the sales rep will be in the cafeteria at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 13th to take orders, answer questions, size students who are ordering class rings, and hand out early delivery items.

Students, this Friday October 15th wear Penn Manor Colors: Blue, Gold or White to show your support to the Girls Field Hockey and Girls Soccer Teams. Both teams will compete in the quarter finals for the LL league this Saturday. Best of luck to both teams!

Fall ball boys lacrosse workouts will be running every Monday starting October 11th. Please arrive to the weight room by 5:30. Following team workout, we will head to turf for open field. New players interested in trying out lacrosse encouraged.

Any senior student athlete who will be continuing their athletic career in college next year, please stop by the athletic office so we can get you on the list to participate in national letter of intent signing day this February.

Wednesday, October 13, 2021, Super Wednesday

If you would like to place an order for a CLUE show shirt, please be sure to complete the google form by Monday, October 18th. You can choose a short-sleeve T-shirt or crew neck sweatshirt in many colors that correspond to the colorful characters in the fall play. Long sleeve T’s are only available in black, though. Friends, family -and really anyone – is welcome to place an order. Visit the PM Theatre blog for a link to the google form, or email Mrs. Mintzer with any questions. No money is needed at this time – but payment is due upon delivery.

The Homecoming dance will be held on Saturday October 23 from 6:00 – 9:00, and will take place on the top of the parking deck. The cost is $10 per person, and tickets will be sold next week during lunches. If you are not in the building during lunches, you can purchase tickets before or after school next week in the main office. Guest verification forms can be picked up in the office or found on your grade level google classroom. The dance is semi formal, this means no jeans.

Attention Seniors: If you were unable to attend the senior class meeting that was held on Friday, October 8th you should stop in the main office to pick up ordering information for your graduation cap & gown. Orders are due by October 28th. Mr. Crouse the sales rep will be in the cafeteria at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 13th to take orders, answer questions, size students who are ordering class rings, and hand out early delivery items.

Students, this Friday October 15th wear Penn Manor Colors: Blue, Gold or White to show your support to the Girls Field Hockey and Girls Soccer Teams. Both teams will compete in the quarter finals for the LL league this Saturday. Best of luck to both teams!

Fall ball boys lacrosse workouts will be running every Monday starting October 11th. Please arrive to the weight room by 5:30. Following team workout, we will head to turf for open field. New players interested in trying out lacrosse encouraged.

Any senior student athlete who will be continuing their athletic career in college next year, please stop by the athletic office so we can get you on the list to participate in national letter of intent signing day this February.

Tuesday, October 12, 2021, Flex Day 2

Congratulations to all the members of the Golf Team who competed last weekend in the PIAA District 3 Championships. Keegan Dings and Jesse Shue both mad the cut on day one to advance to Saturday’s final round. On Saturday, Keegan shined as she finished in 4th place overall and secured her spot in the PIAA State Championship at Heritage Hills Golf Resort on Tuesday October 19.

It’s a three-peat for Catherine Rabatin. Yesterday at Cedar Crest, Catherine defeated Avery Palandjian of Manheim Township 6-4 / 6-2 to pick up her third consecutive Lancaster Lebanon League Flight 1 singles championship. Next up for is the District 3 championships. Congratulations Catherine on another great tournament!

The Homecoming dance will be held on Saturday October 23 from 6:00 – 9:00, and will take place on the top of the parking deck. The cost is $10 per person, and tickets will be sold next week during lunches. If you are not in the building during lunches, you can purchase tickets before or after school next week in the main office. Guest verification forms can be picked up in the office or found on your grade level google classroom. The dance is semi formal, this means no jeans.

Attention Seniors: If you were unable to attend the senior class meeting that was held on Friday, October 8th you should stop in the main office to pick up ordering information for your graduation cap & gown. Orders are due by October 28th. Mr. Crouse the sales rep will be in the cafeteria at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 13th to take orders, answer questions, size students who are ordering class rings, and hand out early delivery items.

Students, this Friday October 15th wear Penn Manor Colors: Blue, Gold or White to show your support to the Girls Field Hockey and Girls Soccer Teams. Both teams will compete in the quarter finals for the LL league this Saturday. Best of luck to both teams!

Comet Nation is meeting today with Block 2 Flex members. Please check your email for the list of students who were assigned to Block 2 Comet Nation. The club will meet in C305 with Mrs. Starry today.

Fall ball boys lacrosse workouts will be running every Monday starting October 11th. Please arrive to the weight room by 5:30. Following team workout, we will head to turf for open field. New players interested in trying out lacrosse encouraged.

Any senior student athlete who will be continuing their athletic career in college next year, please stop by the athletic office so we can get you on the list to participate in national letter of intent signing day this February.

P.M. CTC students will not attend CTC on Wednesday, October 13th due to Super Wednesday testing.

Starting October 12th every Tuesday and Thursday we will hold open gym for bowling at Leisure Lanes at 3:30 PM. The cost will be $5.25 for 3 games.

Seniors! If you are interested in attending Millersville University, or want it as your back up school, consider participating in the free instant admission decision day on October 22nd. Please visit the counseling blog for more details.

Friday, October 8, 2021, Flex Friday

Congratulations to Catherine Rabatin who breezed through the first two rounds of the Lancaster Lebanon League Flight 1 Tennis Tournament yesterday. Catherine defeated both of her opponents 6-0, 6-0 and has earned her spot in Saturday’s semifinals. She will be joined by her doubles partner, Erin Shipley, on Saturday as they will start on their path to the finals. Good luck ladies! The finals for singles and doubles are scheduled for Monday afternoon.

Congratulations to the Girls Soccer team on getting another win yesterday afternoon at Warwick. After a scoreless first half, the Comets got two goals, two minutes apart, from Lauren Stoner and Carly Keene to defeat the Warriors 2-0. Allie Burkholder had 6 saves to secure the shutout. With the win, the Lady Comets are your 2021 Section 1 Co-Champions and they have earned a spot in the LL League Playoffs, which begin next Saturday. Great job Comets!

Seniors: Check your google classroom for important information regarding your diploma.

Seniors! If you are interested in attending Millersville University, or want it as your back up school, consider participating in the free instant admission decision day on October 22nd. Please visit the counseling blog for more details.

Starting October 12th every Tuesday and Thursday we will hold open gym for bowling at Leisure Lanes at 3:30 PM. The cost will be $5.25 for 3 games.

P.M. CTC students will not attend CTC on Wednesday, October 13th due to Super Wednesday testing.

Any senior student athlete who will be continuing their athletic career in college next year, please stop by the athletic office so we can get you on the list to participate in national letter of intent signing day this February.

Thursday, October 7, 2021, Flex Day 4

At Warwick yesterday the field hockey team got a huge win over the host Warriors. After being shutout for the first 3 quarters, Grace Gerner got the Comets on the board and tied the game at one scoring on a corner. Then with 12 seconds left in the game, the Comets were awarded a penalty stroke and Riley Robinson took care of the rest to give the team the 2-1 victory. The team travels to Twin Valley to finish up the regular season on Saturday. Since they will be out of school all day on Friday, be sure to wish good luck to our Comet Golfers as they travel to the District 3 Championships. Representing the Comets at Honey Run Golf Club are Keegan Dings, Maggie Eckroat, Jesse Shue, Aidan Doyle, Seb Elias, and JP Radwanski . Boys and Girls Soccer take on Warwick this evening. The ladies head to Warwick and the boys will be having their senior night at Comet Field tonight at 7:30. Good luck Comets.’ The girls volleyball team finishes up their long road trip portion of their season as they head to Manheim Township. The Comets are back home at the East Gym on Monday October 11th when they host the Etown Bears

Seniors: Check you google classroom for important information regarding your diploma.

Seniors! If you are interested in attending Millersville University, or want it as your back up school, consider participating in the free instant admission decision day on October 22nd. Please visit the counseling blog for more details.

Starting October 12th every Tuesday and Thursday we will hold open gym for bowling at Leisure Lanes at 3:30 PM. The cost will be $5.25 for 3 games.

P.M. CTC students will not attend CTC on Wednesday, October 13th due to Super Wednesday testing.

Any senior student athlete who will be continuing their athletic career in college next year, please stop by the athletic office so we can get you on the list to participate in national letter of intent signing day this February.

Wednesday, October 6, 2021, Flex Day 3

In front of a packed house at Comet Field in their final home regular season game of the season, the girls soccer team came away with another victory. The lady Comets defeated Conestoga Valley 2-1. Lily Sugra and Carly Keene supplied the goals and the Comets defense limited CV to only 5 shots on goal. The team travels to Warwick on Thursday. At Conestoga Valley, the boys soccer team defeated the Buckskins 2-0. Goals were scored by Andrew Ament and Aidan Smith. Drew Lebo stopped all 6 shots he faced to preserve the shutout, include one that might go down as the save of the season, where he dove to the corner to stop the ball from going in. At Manor Middle the cross country teams hosted Hempfield and Solanco. Top finishers for the boys were Kaleb Kabakjian and Jeremiah Hetrick. On the girls side Abby Ames finished second overall and was joined by Makenzi Nafziger as a top 15 finisher. Any senior student athlete who will be continuing their athletic career in college next year, please stop by the athletic office so we can get you on the list to participate in national letter of intent signing day this February.

Starting October 12th every Tuesday and Thursday we will hold open gym for bowling at Leisure Lanes at 3:30 PM. The cost will be $5.25 for 3 games.

No drawing club today.

Attention MiniTHON club members. If you signed up for minithon club please report to the cafeteria on Wednesday during flex. See you there!

Congratulations to the September Students of the Month. They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman – James (Elijah) Weber Sophomore – Fatuma Mussa Junior – Abigail Ames Senior – Madeline Weber Congratulations to this month’s winners!

Absolute last chance for senior pictures is Oct 11th. Go to prestigeportraits.com to schedule now.

Seniors: Check you google classroom for important information regarding your diploma.

Seniors! If you are interested in attending Millersville University, or want it as your back up school, consider participating in the free instant admission decision day on October 22nd. Please visit the counseling blog for more details.

Attention MiniTHON club members. If you signed up for minithon club please report to the cafeteria on Wednesday during flex. See you there!

Tuesday, October 5, 2021, Flex Day 2

Congratulations to the September Students of the Month. They were nominated and chosen by the teachers and staff of Penn Manor for exhibiting outstanding educational traits. This month’s winners are: Freshman – James (Elijah) Weber Sophomore – Fatuma Mussa Junior – Abigail Ames Senior – Madeline Weber Congratulations to this month’s winners!

Absolute last chance for senior pictures is Oct 11th. Go to prestigeportraits.com to schedule now.

Seniors: Check you google classroom for important information regarding your diploma.

Manufacturing Week Fact of the day: Lancaster, PA’s High Steel Structures has fabricated a total of 50,000 tons of structural steel for New York’s new Tappan Zee Bridge. The “New NY Bridge” project is the largest transportation design-build project to date in the United States and one of the largest construction contracts in New York State history If you want to learn more, Tomorrow is a Manufacturing Week Career Seminar. If you want to attend, sign up on the google form in your grade level classroom by the end of Flex today.

Seniors! If you are interested in attending Millersville University, or want it as your back up school, consider participating in the free instant admission decision day on October 22nd. Please visit the counseling blog for more details.

Every Tuesday and Thursday we will hold open gym for bowling at Leisure Lanes. The cost will be $5.25 for 3 games.

Monday, October 4, 2021, Flex Day 1

On Saturday, the girls soccer team traveled to Elizabethtown and picked up their 11th win of the season by defeating the Bears by a score of 1-0 . Lauren Stoner got the goal for the Comets and behind great defense and 14 saves from Allie Burkholder the Comets came home with the the victory. The field hockey team was at Cumberland Valley for the first annual CV tournament and the Comets were crowned the champions by defeating Exeter Township in dominating fashion 6-0. Grace Gerner, Liv Cox, Riley Robinson, Malayna Kahl, and Caity McGough all scored for the Comets. In the championship game versus host Cumberland Valley goalie CC Charles recorded a shutout and Riley Robison provided what would be the game winning goal as the Comets won 1-0. Great job ladies! Over at Warwick on Saturday, the Penn Manor Marching Unit showed everyone again why they are in first place in their American ‘A” division. The Comets came home with another victory with an amazing score of 80.59. Keep up the great work!

Seniors: Check you google classroom for important information regarding your diploma.

Did you know art is a part of manufacturing? Art Research Enterprises is a sculptural foundry in Lancaster and has fabricated/restored many works of art around the country. To name a few of the arts this Lancaster company has worked on Elevator Doors at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, one of the Presidential Seals in the White House, sculptures at Dr. Seuss Memorial Part, and Plaques on the New York City Tunnel. (Following are pictures to demonstrate including the link to the photos for video announcements) -The Philadelphia Museum of Art Elevator Door https://www.thinksculpture.com/project_detail.asp?id=227&cat=21 -Presidential Seal in the White House https://www.thinksculpture.com/project_detail.asp?id=227&cat=21 -Dr. Seuss Me -New York City Tunmorial Park https://www.thinksculpture.com/project_detail.asp?id=105&cat=22nel Plaques https://www.thinksculpture.com/project_detail.asp?id=279&cat=21 If you want to learn more, Wednesday we will have a Manufacturing Career Seminar during block 3 flex. If you want to attend, sign up on the google form. Deadline tomorrow.

Absolute last chance for senior pictures is Oct 11th. Go to prestigeportraits.com to schedule now.

Seniors don’t miss your chance for an in person college visit! The trip to Millersville University will take place on Tuesday, October 19th from 8:30 until 11:30 am. Field trip forms can be picked up in the Counseling Office and need to be returned on Monday, October 4th.

Friday, October 1, 2021, Friday Flex

It was a great night for soccer as both the boys and girls teams faced off against Cedar Crest. Up in Lebanon County, the girls continued with their winning ways as they defeated the Falcons by a score of 3-0 to pick up their 10th win of the season. The lady Comets head to Elizabethtown on Saturday morning to face the Bears. At Comet field the boys turned on the offensive fire power as they beat Cedar Crest by the score of 4-0. Aidan Smith led the Comets with 2 goals, while Tyler Hostetter and Thatcher Kratz each added a goal as well. The boys host Elizabethtown at Comet Field on Monday. Come out to Comet Field after school to cheer on the field hockey team as they host Conestoga Valley at 4pm. After that, head back over to Millersville Stadium as the football team welcomes the Wilson Bulldogs for a Section 1 showdown. Kick off is at 7pm.

Seniors don’t miss your chance for an in person college visit! The trip to Millersville University will take place on Tuesday, October 19th from 8:30 until 11:30 am. Field trip forms can be picked up in the Counseling Office and need to be returned on Monday, October 4th.

Absolute last chance for senior pictures is Oct 11th. Go to prestigeportraits.com to schedule now.

Next week is National Manufacturing Week. Did you watch the Superbowl last year? The Lititz, PA companies; TAIT Towers and ATOMIC were part of the stage production team for the 2021 Super Bowl Halftime Show which featured The artist The Weekend. If you want to learn more, Wednesday we will have a Manufacturing Career Seminar during block 3 flex. If you want to attend, sign up on the form in your Google Classroom. [for video announcements] Here is a video of parts of the stage being assembled in Lancaster County, then shipped in pieces on trucks to the Superbowl and featured in the half-timeshow! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChwXwz3JHoY&t=55s&scrlybrkr=42469b34

Attention Seniors – remember to submit your nominations for homecoming queen, and for the first time ever, homecoming king. A nomination form is available in the senior class google classroom. All nominations are due by 3:00 Friday!

Thursday, September 30, 2021, Flex Day 4

Over at Manheim Township, the field hockey team picked up win #11 on the season over the host Blue Streaks. After a scoreless first half, the Comets got the games only goal from Grace Gerner off an assist from Caity McGough in the third quarter. From there on out the Comet defense stood strong and goalie C.C. Charles stopped all four shots she faced to preserve the shutout. The team is back in action Friday afternoon at 4pm against Conestoga Valley up at Comet Field . The freshman football team traveled to McCaskey to face the Tornado. The Comet offense put up 22 points and that was more than enough as the defense help McCaskey to only 6 points to pick up the win. Also on the road yesterday was the girls tennis team. They took the long road trip up to Pequea Valley, but it was well worth it, as they dominated the Braves and came home with a 5-0 victory. That was the final match of the regular season and the team now prepares for they prepare for the Lancaster Lebanon League tournament. Todays in action we have Girls Soccer traveling to Cedar Crest, Girls Volleyball traveling to Conestoga Valley, and under the lights tonight at Comet Field the boys soccer team hosts Cedar Crest. Good luck Comets!

Attention Seniors – remember to submit your nominations for homecoming queen, and for the first time ever, homecoming king. A nomination form is available in the senior class google classroom. All nominations are due by 3:00 Friday!

Attention Swimmers. If you are interesting in joining the Penn Manor Swim Team this winter, please sign up in room C356 and see Coach Urban no later than Friday, October 1st. It is important that everyone who wants to be on the team signs up by October 1st so that practices and schedules can be planned prior to the start of the season. If you have any questions, please stop by room C356 to speak to Coach Urban or the counseling office to speak to Coach Basile.

Seniors, here is a chance to visit a college campus in person! Join the counseling department on Tuesday, October 19th from 8:30 to 11:30 am for a tour of Millersville University. Permission slips are available in the counseling office and must be turned in next week. Space is limited and the trip is free. For more information talk to your school counselor or Mrs. Cortez.

Show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness month by wearing pink to school this Friday, October 1st.

Did you know that Manufacturing is the second largest industry in Lancaster County? (The first is Health Care.) An employee at a Lancaster County manufacturing company can expect to earn $57,602 on average. Next week is National Manufacturing Week! If you want to learn more, Wednesday we will have a Manufacturing Career Seminar during block 3 flex. If you want to attend, sign up on the google form in your grade level google classroom.

Wednesday, September 29, 2021, Flex Day 3

Last night in front of a packed house at Comet Field, the girls soccer team picked up a 1-0 win on senior night over rival Hempfield. Prior to the game the 10 seniors were recognized. They are: Adelaide Eby, Ella Kratz, Emily Snyder, Emma Shenk, Julia Hale, Kelsie Hilken, Lily Sugra, Maddy Kahler, Morgan Terry, and Megan Burkholder. It was a back and forth and intense game that was tied at the half. Early in the second half Caroline Hinkle found that back of the net off an assist from Lily Sugra and that was all the offense was needed. Kelsie Hilken and Allie Burholder kept the Knights from scoring and the Comets defense held strong all evening. The team is on the road this Thursday as they travel to Cedar Crest. In action today, girls tennis travels to Pequea Valley to close out their regular season and the field hockey team heads to Manheim Township for a big game against the Blue Streaks. Good luck Comets.

Show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness month by wearing pink to school this Friday, October 1st.

Looking for a fall job that is lots of fun? Dutch Wonderland and Cartoon Network Hotel are hosting a job fair on Thursday, September 30 from 3 to 7 pm. Come to the Cartoon Network Hotel Barista Cafe to play in the arcade, enjoy snacks and prizes while you learn about the job opportunities available for students ages 16 and up. For more information go to the Counseling blog and click on the job board.

Seniors, here is a chance to visit a college campus in person! Join the counseling department on Tuesday, October 19th from 8:30 to 11:30 am for a tour of Millersville University. Permission slips are available in the counseling office and must be turned in next week. Space is limited and the trip is free. For more information talk to your school counselor or Mrs. Cortez.

Attention Swimmers. If you are interesting in joining the Penn Manor Swim Team this winter, please sign up in room C356 and see Coach Urban no later than Friday, October 1st. It is important that everyone who wants to be on the team signs up by October 1st so that practices and schedules can be planned prior to the start of the season. If you have any questions, please stop by room C356 to speak to Coach Urban or the counseling office to speak to Coach Basile.

Attention student who signed up for Comet Nation Club. We had around 200 students sign up! While we appreciate your enthusiasm, unfortunately we need to narrow down our numbers as we cannot meet with that many students weekly. If you’re still interested in joining Comet Nation Club, please pick up an application from Mr. Staub in room C227 or Miss Hartung in C338 this week, and turn it in before 3:00 this Friday, October 1st.

Tuesday, September 28, 2021, Flex Day 2

It was a great day for the Penn Manor Golf team as they traveled to Honeybrook Golf Club for the Lancaster Lebanon League Championship. They entered the tournament after completing one of the best season’s in team history with a record of 21-4. Keegan Dings, Maggie Eckroat, Jesse Shue, Aidan Doyle, Seb Elias, Brayden Souder and JP Radwanski represented the Comets on the course and backed up their regular season record with their performance yesterday. Senior Keegan Dings finished as the third overall female in the tournament and she earned her spot in the District 3 Championships. Maggie, Jesse, Aidan, J.P. and Seb will be joining her in the D3 tournament as well. Congratulations to the team and best of luck moving on At Cedar Crest, the field hockey team got back to their winning ways with a 3-0 victory. Goals were scored by Tristan Groff, Riley Robinson, and Malayna Kahl. Once again the goaltending and defense stood strong. Come out to Comet Field tonight as the girls soccer team hosts Hempfield for senior night. JV starts at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00pm.

Seniors, here is a chance to visit a college campus in person! Join the counseling department on Tuesday, October 19th from 8:30 to 11:30 am for a tour of Millersville University. Permission slips are available in the counseling office and must be turned in next week. Space is limited and the trip is free. For more information talk to your school counselor or Mrs. Cortez.

Attention Swimmers. If you are interesting in joining the Penn Manor Swim Team this winter, please sign up in room C356 and see Coach Urban no later than Friday, October 1st. It is important that everyone who wants to be on the team signs up by October 1st so that practices and schedules can be planned prior to the start of the season. If you have any questions, please stop by room C356 to speak to Coach Urban or the counseling office to speak to Coach Basile.

Attention student who signed up for Comet Nation Club. We had around 200 students sign up! While we appreciate your enthusiasm, unfortunately we need to narrow down our numbers as we cannot meet with that many students weekly. If you’re still interested in joining Comet Nation Club, please pick up an application from Mr. Staub in room C227 or Miss Hartung in C338 this week, and turn it in before 3:00 this Friday, October 1st.

Anyone interested in Penn Manor Baseball, there will be a lifting program running every Wednesday and Friday starting Wednesday, September 29th. It will run from 3:15-4:30 both days. Please see Mr. Bechtel in Room C351 with any questions.

Do you like being right? Do you ever watch Jeopardy and think… “I could do that someday.” Penn Manor’s Quiz Bowl team competes against local schools to answer questions about anything and everything. It’s not too late to join. They meet after school in the library every Monday, and you’re invited. Just contact Mr. Meier or Ms. Bookman for details.

Any girls in grades 9-12 that are interested in playing basketball this upcoming are encouraged to attend open gyms. Our first open gym will be from 6-8pm on Tuesday, September 28 at the high school. See you then!

Monday, September 27, 2021, Flex Day 1

Our Comets teams picked up some big wins on Friday. First up was our girls tennis team who defeated McCaskey by the score of 4-3. Catherine Rabatin continued to show why she is one of the top singles players in the state by defeating McCaskey’s #1 player 6-0, 6-0. The three other victories for Penn Manor came in doubles with the teams of Catherine Rabatin and Erin Shipley, Autumn Kirkley and Haley Hutchinson, and Lydia Meier and Harper Crowl all picking up the wins Next up was boys soccer who traveled to Red Lion and in double OT Aidan Smith found the back of the next to secure the win for the Comets. The Penn Manor defense was solid all game and Drew Lebo picked up the shutout in goal. To end the night, the football team picked up their 4th win of the season down at Solanco defeating the Mules 21-17. Quarterback Eli Warel threw for 3 touchdowns, 2 to DeShawn Stanley and one to Clark Wagstaff to get the win. The Comets defense stood strong again and game up with a 4th down stop with about a minute left in the game to clinch the win. A shout out to the Marching Unit and Cheerleading squad for bringing the noise, enthusiasm, and energy to keep the crowd pumped up all game. It was another great showing by the Comet Nation student section who showed up and packed the bleachers to show why we have the greatest student section in the LL League.

Attention students who signed up for Comet Nation Club. We had around 200 students sign up! While we appreciate your enthusiasm, unfortunately we need to narrow down our numbers as we cannot meet with that many students weekly. If you’re still interested in joining Comet Nation Club, please pick up an application from Mr. Staub in room C227 or Miss Hartung in C338 this week, and turn it in before 3:00 this Friday, October 1st.

Do you like being right? Do you ever watch Jeopardy and think… “I could do that someday.” Penn Manor’s Quiz Bowl team competes against local schools to answer questions about anything and everything. It’s not too late to join. They meet after school in the library every Monday, and you’re invited. Just contact Mr. Meier or Ms. Bookman for details.

Buy a Penn Manor Pride T-shirt during lunches this week! Short sleeves are $9 and long sleeves are $12. There are many colors available! You can also buy them online by visiting tinyurl.com/cometspmsd Or check for the link in your email. The website will close on Monday September 27th. See Ms. Hartung with any questions.

Any girls in grades 9-12 that are interested in playing basketball this upcoming are encouraged to attend open gyms. Our first open gym will be from 6-8pm on Tuesday, September 28 at the high school. See you then!

Anyone interested in Penn Manor Baseball, there will be a lifting program running every Wednesday and Friday starting Wednesday, September 29th. It will run from 3:15-4:30 both days. Please see Mr. Bechtel in Room C351 with any questions.

Friday, September 24, 2021, Friday Flex

Anyone interested in Penn Manor Baseball, there will be a lifting program running every Wednesday and Friday starting Wednesday, September 29th. It will run from 3:15-4:30 both days. Please see Mr. Bechtel in Room C351 with any questions.

Any girls in grades 9-12 that are interested in playing basketball this upcoming are encouraged to attend open gyms. Our first open gym will be from 6-8pm on Tuesday, September 28 at the high school. See you then!

Buy a Penn Manor Pride T-shirt during lunches this week! Short sleeves are $9 and long sleeves are $12. There are many colors available! You can also buy them online by visiting tinyurl.com/cometspmsd Or check for the link in your email. The website will close on Monday September 27th. See Ms. Hartung with any questions.

Join Unified Club to “Spread the Word: Inclusion.” In Unified Club – students of all abilities have the power to positively impact their school communities by promoting social inclusion. Unified Club members will work together to help Penn Manor become a more inclusive environment for all members of our school community – EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Unified members will also have the opportunity to join Unified Track and Field team in the Spring – where athletes with and without disabilities compete side by side against other teams throughout Central PA. If you want to be a part of a group where everyone is welcome, no matter what – join us Block 3 flex in room C105. Questions, see Mrs. Lainhoff in C103.

Attention sophomores, juniors, and seniors. A group of students is needed to help build a Math National Honor Society to run in the Spring. The goal is to organize math tutoring, participate in math competitions, and promote mathematics here at the high school. If interested, please fill out an application. See Mr. Carrodo or Ms. Stover if you have any questions!

Attention fantasy sports enthusiasts! Do you enjoy playing fantasy sports and want to talk about your teams with others? Then join the brand new Fantasy sports club. We will be meeting every Tuesday flex to discuss teams, players, and strategy for upcoming weeks. You must complete an application to apply for the club. See the club list for the link to an application or email Mr. Taylor or Mr. Feger.

Do you like being right? Do you ever watch Jeopardy and think… “I could do that someday.” Penn Manor’s Quiz Bowl team competes against local schools to answer questions about anything and everything. It’s not too late to join. They meet after school in the library every Monday, and you’re invited. Just contact Mr. Meier or Ms. Bookman for details.

Are you interested in the gear that makes the auditorium work. Would you like to know more about lighting systems, live sound engineering, video control systems, streaming, and so much more that happens in the auditorium, then look no further than the Auditorium Technology club. Auditorium technology will meet during Flex Block 3 in the Auditorium, however this club allows you to go beyond the flex block. Please fill out the application to join or contact Mr. Henninger

Thursday, September 23, 2021, flex Day 4

It was a great day over in Neffsville for the Penn Manor Girls Soccer team. Junior Izzy Kligge scored off a corner kick 13 minutes into the game and the Comets defense held strong the rest of the game and goalie Allie Burkholder picked up another shutout to help secure the 1-0 victory over the Blue Streaks. The victory pulled the Comets into a tie with Township for first place in Section 1. The loss was Township’s first of the season. Congratulations to our Comet golfers who completed one of the best regular season’s in school history with a final record of 21-4. The team finished in second place in Section 1 and are now getting prepared for next week’s LL League championship.

Are you interested in STEM? Do you love hands-on projects? Are you competitive? TSA might be a perfect fit for you! TSA will meet on Block 1 and Block 4 flex days in room C226. We work on a variety of events to compete against other schools. If you are interested in joining, please complete the application by 9/22 at tinyurl.com/PMTSAApp Contact Dr. Miller with any questions.

Are you interested in the exciting world of fashion? Sign up for the fashion club run, this club is student lead by Alexa Loercher here at Penn Manor, where you’ll be in a community alive in innovative thinking. Contact Mrs. Sheerer if interested in Rm. C345

If you would like to play board games or card games but aren’t available for 4th block flex, Mr. Pongracz will also be running a Board Game and Trading Card Game Club during 3rd Block Flex in Rm C327. You can sign up through a Google Form on the Club spreadsheet that will be posted in your grade level Google Classroom. There is a 20 student limit, so sign up as soon as you’re able. See you then!

Join Unified Club to “Spread the Word: Inclusion.” In Unified Club – students of all abilities have the power to positively impact their school communities by promoting social inclusion. Unified Club members will work together to help Penn Manor become a more inclusive environment for all members of our school community – EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Unified members will also have the opportunity to join Unified Track and Field team in the Spring – where athletes with and without disabilities compete side by side against other teams throughout Central PA. If you want to be a part of a group where everyone is welcome, no matter what – join us Block 3 flex in room C105. Questions, see Mrs. Lainhoff in C103.

Attention sophomores, juniors, and seniors. A group of students is needed to help build a Math National Honor Society to run in the Spring. The goal is to organize math tutoring, participate in math competitions, and promote mathematics here at the high school. If interested, please fill out an application. See Mr. Carrodo or Ms. Stover if you have any questions!

Are you interested in the gear that makes the auditorium work. Would you like to know more about lighting systems, live sound engineering, video control systems, streaming, and so much more that happens in the auditorium, then look no further than the Auditorium Technology club. Auditorium technology will meet during Flex Block 3 in the Auditorium, however this club allows you to go beyond the flex block. Please fill out the application to join or contact Mr. Henninger

Attention fantasy sports enthusiasts! Do you enjoy playing fantasy sports and want to talk about your teams with others? Then join the brand new Fantasy sports club. We will be meeting every Tuesday flex to discuss teams, players, and strategy for upcoming weeks. You must complete an application to apply for the club. See the club list for the link to an application or email Mr. Taylor or Mr. Feger.

Any girls in grades 9-12 that are interested in playing basketball this upcoming are encouraged to attend open gyms. Our first open gym will be from 6-8pm on Tuesday, September 28 at the high school. See you then!

Do you like being right? Do you ever watch Jeopardy and think… “I could do that someday.” Penn Manor’s Quiz Bowl team competes against local schools to answer questions about anything and everything. It’s not too late to join. They meet after school in the library every Monday, and you’re invited. Just contact Mr. Meier or Ms. Bookman for details.

Buy a Penn Manor Pride T-shirt during lunches this week! Short sleeves are $9 and long sleeves are $12. There are many colors available! You can also buy them online by visiting tinyurl.com/cometspmsd Or check for the link in your email. The website will close on Monday September 27th. See Ms. Hartung with any questions.

Important information about club sign-ups for the 2021-2022 school year – The Google Form to sign up for clubs will be available beginning today during block 4 flex. The form will be available through the end of Friday flex tomorrow. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Andes in the main office.

Wednesday, September 22, 2021, Flex Day 3

In Cross Country action the Comets traveled to Cedar Crest to race the host Falcons and Ephrata. On the boys side, the Comets defeated Ephrata. Kaleb Kabakjian placed third overall with a time of 17:55. Placing fourth overall was Jeremiah Hetrick at 18:04. Also placing for the boys were Isaac Braegleman, Aidan Gerlach, and Carter Vinson. The girls team was paced by Abby Ames, who placed 4th overall with a time of 21:32. Also placing for the Comets were Ana Martin, Mackenzi Nafziger, Zoe King, and Emma Cassel. The next meet for the Comets will be a home meet at Manor Middle School on October 5th.

Over at Hempfield, the field hockey team picked up another win, defeating the Black Knights by a score of 3-1. Malayna Kahl scored the first two goals and Grace Gerner added a third for the Comets. Come out to Comet Field on Thursday night to see the team take on Warwick under the lights JV starts at 5:30 and Varsity at 7pm.

The weight room will be closed for after school lifts until next Thursday 9/23 . Teams, please be on the lookout for messages from your coaches regarding any team lifts that were scheduled.

If you are interested in board games and are available during block 4 Flex, please see Mr. Luft for an application to join the Block 4 Flex Board Game Club. Mr. Luft is in Room C325.

If you would like to play board games or card games but aren’t available for 4th block flex, Mr. Pongracz will also be running a Board Game and Trading Card Game Club during 3rd Block Flex in Rm C327. You can sign up through a Google Form on the Club spreadsheet that will be posted in your grade level Google Classroom. There is a 20 student limit, so sign up as soon as you’re able. See you then!

Are you interested in STEM? Do you love hands-on projects? Are you competitive? TSA might be a perfect fit for you! TSA will meet on Block 1 and Block 4 flex days in room C226. We work on a variety of events to compete against other schools. If you are interested in joining, please complete the application by 9/22 at tinyurl.com/PMTSAApp Contact Dr. Miller with any questions.

Are you interested in the exciting world of fashion? Sign up for the fashion club run, this club is student lead by Alexa Loercher here at Penn Manor, where you’ll be in a community alive in innovative thinking. Contact Mrs. Sheerer if interested in Rm. C345

Join Unified Club to “Spread the Word: Inclusion.” In Unified Club – students of all abilities have the power to positively impact their school communities by promoting social inclusion. Unified Club members will work together to help Penn Manor become a more inclusive environment for all members of our school community – EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Unified members will also have the opportunity to join Unified Track and Field team in the Spring – where athletes with and without disabilities compete side by side against other teams throughout Central PA.

Attention sophomores, juniors, and seniors. A group of students is needed to help build a Math National Honor Society to run in the Spring. The goal is to organize math tutoring, participate in math competitions, and promote mathematics here at the high school. If interested, please fill out an application. See Mr. Carrodo or Ms. Stover if you have any questions!

Are you interested in the gear that makes the auditorium work. Would you like to know more about lighting systems, live sound engineering, video control systems, streaming, and so much more that happens in the auditorium, then look no further than the Auditorium Technology club. Auditorium technology will meet during Flex Block 3 in the Auditorium, however this club allows you to go beyond the flex block. Please fill out the application to join or contact Mr. Henninger

Attention book lovers! Would you like to have time during the week to enjoy your favorite book uninterrupted? Do you want to be a part of a community of readers? If so, please sign up for the independent reading club. The application is available online under the club sign up list. We will be meeting during block 1 Flex. Please see Mrs. May or Mrs. Fiorillo with any questions.

Attention fantasy sports enthusiasts! Do you enjoy playing fantasy sports and want to talk about your teams with others? Then join the brand new Fantasy sports club. We will be meeting every Tuesday flex to discuss teams, players, and strategy for upcoming weeks. You must complete an application to apply for the club. See the club list for the link to an application or email Mr. Taylor or Mr. Feger.

Tuesday, September 21, 2012, Flex Day 2

School picture day is tomorrow, Wednesday Sept 22nd. remember to check the schedule for what time your photo is to be taken. There are extra picture forms in the office if you need one.

Congratulations to the girls soccer team who defeated the visiting Warriors of Warwick last night 2-0. The team currently has a record of 7-2 and will be traveling to Manheim Township on Wednesday in a big section 1 showdown. Keep up the great work Comets!

The weight room will be closed for after school lifts until next Thursday 9/23 . Teams, please be on the lookout for messages from your coaches regarding any team lifts that were scheduled.

Are you interested in STEM? Do you love hands-on projects? Are you competitive? TSA might be a perfect fit for you! TSA will meet on Block 1 and Block 4 flex days in room C226. We work on a variety of events to compete against other schools. If you are interested in joining, please complete the application by 9/22 at tinyurl.com/PMTSAApp Contact Dr. Miller with any questions.

Are you interested in the exciting world of fashion? Sign up for the fashion club run, this club is student lead by Alexa Loercher here at Penn Manor, where you’ll be in a community alive in innovative thinking. Contact Mrs. Sheerer if interested in Rm. C345

If you are interested in board games and are available during block 4 Flex, please see Mr. Luft for an application to join the Block 4 Flex Board Game Club. Mr. Luft is in Room C325.

If you would like to play board games or card games but aren’t available for 4th block flex, Mr. Pongracz will also be running a Board Game and Trading Card Game Club during 3rd Block Flex in Rm C327. You can sign up through a Google Form on the Club spreadsheet that will be posted in your grade level Google Classroom. There is a 20 student limit, so sign up as soon as you’re able. See you then!

Join Unified Club to “Spread the Word: Inclusion.” In Unified Club – students of all abilities have the power to positively impact their school communities by promoting social inclusion. Unified Club members will work together to help Penn Manor become a more inclusive environment for all members of our school community – EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Unified members will also have the opportunity to join Unified Track and Field team in the Spring – where athletes with and without disabilities compete side by side against other teams throughout Central PA. If you want to be a part of a group where everyone is welcome, no matter what – join us Block 3 flex in room C105. Questions, see Mrs. Lainhoff in C103.

Attention sophomores, juniors, and seniors. A group of students is needed to help build a Math National Honor Society to run in the Spring. The goal is to organize math tutoring, participate in math competitions, and promote mathematics here at the high school. If interested, please fill out an application. See Mr. Carrodo or Ms. Stover if you have any questions!

Are you interested in the gear that makes the auditorium work. Would you like to know more about lighting systems, live sound engineering, video control systems, streaming, and so much more that happens in the auditorium, then look no further than the Auditorium Technology club. Auditorium technology will meet during Flex Block 3 in the Auditorium, however this club allows you to go beyond the flex block. Please fill out the application to join or contact Mr. Henninger.

Attention fantasy sports enthusiasts! Do you enjoy playing fantasy sports and want to talk about your teams with others? Then join the brand new Fantasy sports club. We will be meeting every Tuesday flex to discuss teams, players, and strategy for upcoming weeks. You must complete an application to apply for the club. See the club list for the link to an application or email Mr. Taylor or Mr. Feger.

Monday, September 20, 2021, Flex Day 1

It was an exciting weekend to be a Comet. Things got started off Friday afternoon when the Field Hockey team improved their record to 8-0. Liv Cox scored for the Comets and that goal was all the team needed as they defeated the Buckskins 1-0. Friday night over at Warwick, the Comets pulled off one of the most memorable football moments in Penn Manor history as Eli Warel threw a hail Mary touchdown pass to Clark Wagstaff to take down the Warriors 30-28. It was a total team victory. Saturday morning our boys and girls soccer teams brought the offensive fire power against Solanco. The girls won 4-1 while the boys shut out the Golden Mules with a final score of 80-0. Last but not least the Penn Manor marching Unit scored a 77.92 at their competition on Saturday (2.92 points higher than their win last weekend) to be awarded first place in the American A conference. It was truly a great weekend to be a Comet!

The weight room will be closed for after school lifts until next Thursday 9/23 . Teams, please be on the lookout for messages from your coaches regarding any team lifts that were scheduled.

School picture day is this Wednesday Sept 22nd. Remember to check the schedule for what time your photo is to be taken. There are extra picture day forms in the office.

Do not forget to come to Manor Middle School tonight for the Early Enrollment Thaddeus Stevens Meeting and the Financial Aid Night! Please visit the counseling blog or ask your counselor for more information

Attention juniors and seniors! If you are interested in a career in science, please consider joining the Science National Honor Society. This is a club for high achieving and motivated students who intend to pursue science after high school. It’s a great way to show colleges and employers that you have a love for science. Please see Mrs. Struble in C335 for more information or an application.

Are you interested in STEM? Do you love hands-on projects? Are you competitive? TSA might be a perfect fit for you! TSA will meet on Block 1 and Block 4 flex days in room C226. We work on a variety of events to compete against other schools. If you are interested in joining, please complete the application by 9/22 at tinyurl.com/PMTSAApp Contact Dr. Miller with any questions.

Are you interested in the exciting world of fashion? Sign up for the fashion club run, this club is student lead by Alexa Loercher here at Penn Manor, where you’ll be in a community alive in innovative thinking. Contact Mrs. Sheerer if interested in Rm. C345

If you are interested in board games and are available during block 4 Flex, please see Mr. Luft for an application to join the Block 4 Flex Board Game Club. Mr. Luft is in Room C325.

If you would like to play board games or card games but aren’t available for 4th block flex, Mr. Pongracz will also be running a Board Game and Trading Card Game Club during 3rd Block Flex in Rm C327. You can sign up through a Google Form on the Club spreadsheet that will be posted in your grade level Google Classroom. There is a 20 student limit, so sign up as soon as you’re able. See you then!

Friday, September 17, 2021, Friday Flex

If you are interested in board games and are available during block 4 Flex, please see Mr. Luft for an application to join the Block 4 Flex Board Game Club. Mr. Luft is in Room C325.

If you would like to play board games or card games but aren’t available for 4th block flex, Mr. Pongracz will also be running a Board Game and Trading Card Game Club during 3rd Block Flex in Rm C327. You can sign up through a Google Form on the Club spreadsheet that will be posted in your grade level Google Classroom. There is a 20 student limit, so sign up as soon as you’re able. See you then!

Attention juniors and seniors! If you are interested in a career in science, please consider joining the Science National Honor Society. This is a club for high achieving and motivated students who intend to pursue science after high school. It’s a great way to show colleges and employers that you have a love for science. Please see Mrs. Struble in C335 for more information or an application.

Are you interested in STEM? Do you love hands-on projects? Are you competitive? TSA might be a perfect fit for you! TSA will meet on Block 1 and Block 4 flex days in room C226. We work on a variety of events to compete against other schools. If you are interested in joining, please complete the application by 9/22 at tinyurl.com/PMTSAApp Contact Dr. Miller with any questions.

Are you interested in the exciting world of fashion? Sign up for the fashion club run, this club is student lead by Alexa Loercher here at Penn Manor, where you’ll be in a community alive in innovative thinking. Contact Mrs. Sheerer if interested in Rm. C345

The weight room will be closed for after school lifts until next Thursday 9/23 . Teams, please be on the lookout for messages from your coaches regarding any team lifts that were scheduled.

It was a great day and night for Penn Manor soccer yesterday. Izzy Kligge scored a for the Comets at Conestoga Valley and that was all the team would need as they defeated the Buckskins 1-0. At Comet Field, the boys soccer team hosted CV. The JV team won 2-1. Nate Mintzer came up big in goal with a save off a penalty shot the preserved the win for the Comets. Varsity took down the Buckskins 3-0. After a scoreless first half the Comet offense came alive with 2 goals by Zach Erb and a blast by Aidan Smith from behind midfield that found its way into the net. Drew Lebo posted another shutout in goal as the defense played great in front of him. Both teams are back in action again on Saturday as they face Solanco.

Next Monday, September 20th the counseling department will be hosting a meeting for students interested in attending Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology for their entire senior year. This meeting will be at Manor Middle School Library at 5:00 PM. Immediately following the meeting will be Financial Aid Night for student and parents to learn more about the financial components of going to college. This event will take place at Manor Middle School cafe/auditorium at 6pm. Please visit the counseling blog for more information

Thursday, September 16, 2021, Flex Day 4

Attention juniors and seniors! If you are interested in a career in science, please consider joining the Science National Honor Society. This is a club for high achieving and motivated students who intend to pursue science after high school. It’s a great way to show colleges and employers that you have a love for science. Please see Mrs. Struble in C335 for more information or an application.

If you are interested in board games and are available during block 4 Flex, please see Mr. Luft for an application to join the Block 4 Flex Board Game Club. Mr. Luft is in Room C325.

Are you interested in STEM? Do you love hands-on projects? Are you competitive? TSA might be a perfect fit for you! TSA will meet on Block 1 and Block 4 flex days in room C226. We work on a variety of events to compete against other schools. If you are interested in joining, please complete the application by 9/22 at tinyurl.com/PMTSAApp Contact Dr. Miller with any questions.

Congratulations to the field hockey team, who defeated the Blue Streaks of Manheim Township 2-0. CeCe Charles made some big saves to secure the shutout while the team played great defense on front of her. Both goals were scored by Avery Bradburn off of two perfectly executed penalty corners. The JV game ended in a 1-1 tie after being called off due to the weather.

The weight room will be closed today after school. It will be back open tomorrow.

Wednesday, September 15, 2021, Flex Day 3

Attention juniors and seniors! If you are interested in a career in science, please consider joining the Science National Honor Society. This is a club for high achieving and motivated students who intend to pursue science after high school. It’s a great way to show colleges and employers that you have a love for science. Please see Mrs. Struble in C335 for more information or an application.

If you are interested in board games and are available during block 4 Flex, please see Mr. Luft for an application to join the Block 4 Flex Board Game Club. Mr. Luft is in Room C325.

Big win 5-0 win for the boys soccer team at Cedar Crest yesterday Drew Lebo with the shutout in goal. Goals scored by: Aidan Smith (hat trick) Zach Erb Leo Medvedkin Under the lights at Comet Field the girls soccer team picked up a section 1 victory over Cedar Crest with a final score of 1-0. Great job Comets

Tuesday, September 14, 2021, Flex Day 2

Congratulations to the field hockey team on their big wins over Cedar Crest yesterday. Varsity won 5-1 with goals by Riley Robinson (2) Olivia Cox, Izzy Thatcher, and Grace Gerner JV picked up the 7-0 shutout. Great job Comets!

The PM golf team continued their dominance over Section 1 on Monday going 4-1 for the day. The Comets have a combined record now of 14-1 and continue to lead the section in wins. The Comets were led by Jesse Shue (who shot the low round of the day), JP Radwanski, Seb Elias, Keegan Dings, Ayden Doyle & Brayden Souder. The Comets look to continue their winning streak at Fairview on Wednesday. Please wish them good luck and continued success!

Tonight is the virtual College 101 event. Join the counselors at 7:00pm tonight to meet some local college reps and hear more about the college admission process. Please visit the counseling blog for more information and for the google meet link.

Next Monday, September 20th the counseling department will be hosting a meeting for students interested in attending Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology for their entire senior year. This meeting will be at Manor Middle School Library at 5:00 PM. Immediately following the meeting will be Financial Aid Night for student and parents to learn more about the financial components of going to college. This event will take place at Manor Middle School cafe/auditorium at 6pm. Please visit the counseling blog for more information.

Wednesday, September 15th, there will be a meeting for all students in grades 9-12 who are thinking of wrestling this year. The meeting is at 3:00 and will only take 15 minutes, it will be held in the NEW wrestling room (former administration offices) just above the cafeteria.

The Penn Manor Civitas is back and looking for new members. We are a community service club who enjoys serving our school and community as well as raising money for charities. We will be participating in the Millersville parade, the Lancaster Heart Walk, and the Civitas annual chicken BBQ in the next month. We need your help!! If you are looking for ways to give back and get active, then sign up for the Civitas club today! Our Google classroom code is cjuw33d. For a link to the online application see the stream or you can email Mrs. Kroesen. See the flyers around school for more information.

Monday, September 13, 2021, Flex Day 1

Congratulations to the football team for their 21-9 win over Northeastern on Friday. It was great seeing so many students, faculty, and staff out in the stands cheering on the team. The Comets head to Warwick this Friday to take on the Warriors. Girls soccer had a big 3-0 win over rival Hempfield on Friday. They host Cedar Crest tomorrow night at Comet Field. The field hockey team defeated Donegal Friday afternoon and then went on to win the Hershey Cup tournament on Saturday by beating Manheim Township and the host Hershey Trojans. Great Job ladies. After an awesome show in front of the home crowd Friday night, the Penn Manor marching unit traveled to Hempfield on Saturday and took first place in their competition.

Congratulations to the Penn Manor Marching Unit for placing first at the Opening Knight band competition at Hempfield High School on Saturday. They placed first among 6 bands and also took home the high percussion award. The band will travel to Conestoga Valley this weekend as their season continues.

The Penn Manor Civitas is back and looking for new members. We are a community service club who enjoys serving our school and community as well as raising money for charities. We will be participating in the Millersville parade, the Lancaster Heart Walk, and the Civitas annual chicken BBQ in the next month. We need your help!! If you are looking for ways to give back and get active, then sign up for the Civitas club today! Our Google classroom code is cjuw33d. For a link to the online application see the stream or you can email Mrs. Kroesen. See the flyers around school for more information.

Tomorrow night is the virtual College 101 event! Please visit the counseling blog for more information.

Wednesday, September 15th, there will be a meeting for all students in grades 9-12 who are thinking of wrestling this year. The meeting is at 3:00 and will only take 15 minutes, it will be held in the NEW wrestling room (former administration offices) just above the cafeteria.

Friday, September 10, 2021, Day 1, Flex Day 1

Penn Manor will be hosting a virtual College 101 event on September 14th at 7:00pm via google meet. We understand that some of you are behind in the college process and we want to provide support for you. You will hear from a few local college reps and counselors about some of the admission process, how to make your application stand out, essay writing, and interviews. This event is open to all grades, but is designed for 11th and 12th grade students. Please visit the counseling blog for more information.

Attention Student Drivers: If you registered for a parking tag, and have not received your tag, please stop by the main office to pay your registration fee.

Wednesday, September 15th, there will be a meeting for all students in grades 9-12 who are thinking of wrestling this year. The meeting is at 3:00 and will only take 15 minutes, it will be held in the NEW wrestling room (former administration offices) just above the cafeteria.

Thursday, September 9, 2021, Day 6, Flex Day 4

If you haven’t picked up your 2021 yearbook yet they will be made available during lunches this Friday and Monday outside the auditorium.

We like to promote opportunities for PMHS to unify and help make school cool again! Our first event is this Friday-September 10th, in honor of 9/11/01 and the 20th anniversary. We are calling Comet Nation to wear your Red, White and Blue on Friday. Principals will be searching for students with American Spirit at all lunches. Keep the spirit going and come out tp the home football game @ 7:00PM Friday evening. Thank you!

Penn Manor will be hosting a virtual College 101 event on September 14th at 7:00pm via google meet. We understand that some of you are behind in the college process and we want to provide support for you. You will hear from a few local college reps and counselors about some of the admission process, how to make your application stand out, essay writing, and interviews. This event is open to all grades, but is designed for 11th and 12th grade students. Please visit the counseling blog for more information.

Wednesday, September 15th, there will be a meeting for all students in grades 9-12 who are thinking of wrestling this year. The meeting is at 3:00 and will only take 15 minutes, it will be held in the NEW wrestling room (former administration offices) just above the cafeteria.

This is a reminder afternoon CTC will be dismissed after Block 2 today.

Congratulations to the Penn Manor Golf team for sweeping their home match yesterday and finishing with a perfect 5-0 record. After two matches the teams sits in first place in Section 1 with a perfect 10-0 record. Great job Comets. Also congrats to the Field Hockey team for their win yesterday vs Manheim Central. The JV team won 3-0, while varsity won 1-0 behind great team defense to shut out the visiting Barons. Tonight, the girls volleyball team hosts rival Hempfield in the East Gym. JV starts at 6pm followed by varsity at 7pm. Come out and support the team!

Wednesday, September 8, 2021, Day 5, Flex Day 3

This is a reminder afternoon CTC will be dismissed after Block 2 today.

Penn Manor will be hosting a virtual College 101 event on September 14th at 7:00pm via google meet. We understand that some of you are behind in the college process and we want to provide support for you. You will hear from a few local college reps and counselors about some of the admission process, how to make your application stand out, essay writing, and interviews. This event is open to all grades, but is designed for 11th and 12th grade students. Please visit the counseling blog for more information.

Attention Student Drivers: If you registered for a parking tag, and have not received your tag, please stop by the main office to pay your registration fee.

Wednesday, September 14th, there will be a meeting for all students in grades 9-12 who are thinking of wrestling this year. The meeting is at 3:00 and will only take 15 minutes, it will be held in the NEW wrestling room (former administration offices) just above the cafeteria.”

Tuesday, September 7, 2021, Day 4, Flex Day 2

Rib sandwich , French fries, veggies, fruit juice and milk.

This is a reminder that there is a meeting tonight at 6:30 for anyone interested in working on the fall play. The meeting will now be held on the STEM stairs. If you have an interest in working in the entertainment industry – this is a great way to get hands-on experience and everyone is welcome to get involved! Auditions for onstage roles are tomorrow and Thursday. Stop by room C209 or email Mrs. Mintzer with any questions.

Attention Student Drivers: If you registered for a parking tag, and have not received your tag, please stop by the main office to pay your registration fee.

Wednesday, September 1, 2021, Day 3 – No Flex Today

No Flex Day 3 today due to early dismissal

There is no afternoon CTC today, if a student has parent permission they may leave after block 2 today. If student, does not have transportation to leave, please report to the STEM social stairs after block 2.

All athletic events have been cancelled for today, all students are to go home after block 4.

Attention Student Drivers: If you registered for a parking tag, and have not received your parking tag, please stop by the main office to pay your registration fee and pick up your tag.

Tuesday, August 31, 2021, Day 2, Flex Day 2

Attention Student Drivers: If you registered for a parking tag, and have not received your parking tag, please stop by the main office to pay your registration fee and pick up your tag.

Penn Manor Productions is thrilled to announce this year’s fall play -CLUE! We want to encourage EVERYONE to consider getting involved in our first show in the brand new space – for onstage roles and behind the scenes work. We can be flexible with scheduling for many jobs, and anyone who has an interest in the entertainment industry can get some experience through our theatre program. Crew work includes: building and painting sets, costumes, makeup, lighting, sound, marketing, ticket sales, and scene changes. The play itself is based on the characters from the board game – and is a murder-mystery comedy. -There will be an informational meeting on Tues, Sept 7th at 6:30 pm. Students and parents should plan to attend. -Auditions will be on Sept 8th and 9th for onstage roles. -Crew members just need to fill out a packet to get registered – and info will be uploaded into our google classroom and blog. -Follow us on social media (@PMTheatre on Instagram) or join the CLUE google classroom with this code: u32wqp5 -Students can also stop by C209 with any questions. melissa.mintzer@pennmanor.net

If you are enrolled in an Open Campus PA course this semester, please check your Penn Manor student email for detailed directions to access and begin your course. Dr. Lugar is available in the media and technology center today and tomorrow if you need help with the login process, or if you have questions.