DONUTS WITH GROWN UPS
Wednesday, March 20, 2024 the PTO invite students to come to the Commons with a grown- up to read a book while enjoying donuts and milk. Please make sure to RSVP. The flyer with the information was sent home with kids and you can also read it on the form here.
Please click on the form to see more information about the Heart Challenge that 1st through 6th grade will be doing this year.
The Penn Manor High School Civatas Club is once again offering READATHON activities for students from K-2. It will be held after school from 3:30-4:30 on the following dates. Parents are responsible to pick up their child promptly at 4:30. This is a completely free event brought to you by the Civitas club at the high school through a Strong and Healthy Kids grant. Space is limited so sign up today but please only sign up if you can commit to attending both dates at your elementary school.
Conestoga: Thursday, March. 7th and Thursday, March14th
Lunch & Learn
PTO FUN RUN INFO
The PTO is hard at work planning our biggest and most important fundraiser of the year. Our
annual Fun Run will take place on Friday May 3. The students love this memorable event, they
show their support for our school by running laps and participating in activities.
This year it will be bigger, and better than ever! Students will have chances to win incredible
prizes and experiences they will never forget!
Along with local businesses, we are asking families to help raise money for our school leading
up to the celebratory Fun Run. The funds raised will go directly to our students through
instructional supplies, playground equipment, field trips, assemblies, family events, and many
other school wide programs.
In the spring your child will bring home a packet of information explaining how to set up an easy-
to-use online platform. Please share with relatives, friends and neighbors to help us reach our
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EXPECTED AND UNEXPECTED BEHAVIORS
Conestoga Elementary is starting to build a school-wide GROWcabulary this year. These are terms and ideas that we want all students to be familiar with and to use throughout their day. Mrs. Eckroat, our school counselor, has spent the past month going into all of the classrooms teaching about expected and unexpected behaviors. Students have learned that expected behaviors are those that make others feel comfortable, safe, and happy, while unexpected behaviors are those that make others feel uncomfortable, unsafe, and upset.
Kindergarten, first, and second grades had a second lesson where fifth and sixth graders helped Mrs. Eckroat with the lesson and activity. The fifth and sixth graders were wonderful role models and helpers during these lessons with the primary students!