Highlights

Table full of food for donations

Featured Story

(November 18, 2022)

Thank you to all who supported the Penn Manor Food Drive. Your donations will be used to help over 270 families this holiday season in the Penn Manor community.

Featured Story

(November 18, 2022)

Thank you to one of our 5th grade students who, for the second year in a row, made and sold bracelets to support The Loft. The Loft is a Penn Manor Community organization that helps support Penn Manor families. Jenna Graeff, Director of Strategic Partnerships

Loft Community Partnership, came and accepted the $420.00 check from Adrianna.


Student giving check to leader of the LOFT
Students petting a baby pig
Students playing poultry tic tac toe
Family showing their dairy calf.
Students petting the pregnant sheep

Featured Story

(November 18, 2022)

Once again, the Penn Manor Ag community came and taught lessons to our 3rd grade students. Thank you to the Brenneman, Hess, and Stoner families along with the Penn Manor High School Ag program for teaching and sharing with our students about the different types of agriculture careers in the Penn Manor Community. Students were able to learn about poultry, sheep, goats, hogs, dairy cows, and produce farming.

(November 11, 2022)

Celebrating the End of the First Marking Period

Today we had an all-school assembly where we celebrated the end of the first marking period by highlighting the wonderful activities and accomplishments of students. We also recgonied over 80 students who have been "On a ROLL" at Conestoga.

R- Respect yourself and others

O- Own your choices

L- Learn to be your best

L- Look for chances to be kind

These students were recognized by their teachers for their efforts to make the school community a better place. Part of the celebration was that names were randomly pulled from this list of students to participate in Minute to Win It games. Great sportsmanship was shown. The winning students will be able to select from a list of rewards including lunch with a friend and their teacher, lunch with a friend and the principal, gift card to Pine View Dairy and others.

2nd Grade 3D cityscape
4th Grade Art
6th Grade Art tree with a moon
5th GRade Art
5th Grade art- pumpkins into jack olanterns
2nd Grade self portrait

Featured Story

(November 11, 2022)

Each month we will highlight different student artwork in the office. Here are the art pieces for October and November.

Featured Story

(November 10, 2022)

The third-grade students were able to participate in the PPL Bright Kids program on Thursday, November 10. The program focuses on teaching students energy concepts tied to the science curriculum such as natural resources that are renewable and nonrenewable. It also teaches students how to think about conserving energy in an effort to become more energy efficient. Each student received a free Bright Kids Kit filled with energy-efficient products. In addition, some students earned light-up bracelets for displaying enthusiasm and positive energy during the presentation.

Featured Story

(November 7, 2022)

Conestoga Scholastic Book Fair

Get ready! The Scholastic Book Fair is coming our way! Choosing their own books empowers kids and inspires them to become bolder, prouder, and stronger readers. AND—as always—every book they buy earns rewards for our school.

Our financial goal for Book Fair sales is $4,000 (500 books). We will receive a 50% profit at this goal level, which will again allow us to put a book into every child’s hands for our spring reading initiative of “Drop Everything And Read”.

We are also participating in the ALL FOR BOOKS program which is a friendly coin drive to support our very own classroom libraries. Scholastic will match monies donated during our coin drive, providing books to children in need. Our PTO plans to purchase books from our Conestoga teachers wish lists through the ALL FOR BOOKS program.

Here’s What You Need To Know:

Monday, November 14th through Monday, November 21st - ALL FOR BOOKS COIN

DRIVE. Have your student(s) bring donations to their classroom teacher where they will be collected and in a special container and tallied. The winning classroom will have a s’more party during recess on Tuesday, November 22nd. Don’t worry if your student cannot participate in eating a s’more, PTO will provide an alternative! Coins, Dollars and

Checks written to “Conestoga PTO” will be accepted for ALL FOR BOOKS.Here’s what you need to know about the Fair, which will take place from:

Friday, November 18th Student Day, Students will shop the Book Fair with their class

Monday, November 21st Book Fair Open 8am-8pm

Tuesday, November 22nd Book Fair Open 8am-3:30pm

Please click on the two pages to gain more information about the events,


2022 BF Conestoga Principal Letter.pdf
2002 Conestoga BF Parent Letter.pdf

Featured Story

(October 31, 2022)

Thank you to the PTO for organizing a successful Trunk or Treat. There were so many fantastic cars decorated. It was great to see the entire Conestoga Community come out and support the program. Look at some of the decorated trunks.

Featured Story

(October 28, 2022)

Congratulations to all the students for participting in the gourdgeous pumpkin contest. Take a look at all the participants. It was great to see individual efforts and families working together to bring in such creative pumpkins. After the voting by the students the winners were announced and the winning pumpkins can be seen below.


PUMPKIN DECORATING CONTEST WINNERS

Featured Story

(October 28, 2022)

The fourth grade students took a field trip to the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail. During this experience the students were able to take part in a hike and scavenger hunt while learning about different aspects of the park. Students also took part in a stream study and were able to wade in the creek while learning about macro-invertebrates. At the end, the students were sworn in as Junior Park Rangers. This trip was paid for through a Susquehanna Heritage Area grant.

(October 19,2022)

Thank you to the PTO for a successful Fall Fest. Everyone seemed to have a great time.

Here are also the preliminary pictures of some of the pumpkins for the pumpkin contest.

Traditional category Pumpkin contest
Spooky category pumpkin contest
Cute category Pumpkin decorated


(October 14, 2022

Second grade students were doing hands on measurements with objects brought in from home. We had , leaves, feathers, pine cones and even a few bones to measure. Students worked as teachers to help others measure their objects and then were the students. Students were practicing measurement skills, addition and subtraction skills.

(September 26, 2022)

A busy day at Conestoga. First grade was celebrating Johnny Appleseed day by learning about apples and learning the steps and process to make applesauce. By the end of the day they were able to sample their hard work.

Sixth grade, fifth grade and fourth grade were able to experience the Star Lab. Students entered and were taught about the solar system (6th grade), the cell nucleus (5th grade), and Native American stories (4th grade). These are all tied to the curriculum.

(September 23, 2022)

Students who completed the Conestoga Reading Challenge were able to tye dye shirts and paint rocks. This was a reward for them reaching their reading goals and showing their Conestoga pride.

(September 23, 2022)

WE ENCOURAGE READING!

Students in kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade, in the entire district, each received a book from a grant from the Strong & Healthy Families program.

Luffa Gourd

(September 15, 2022)- The Edible Classroom at Conestoga is in full swing. Thanks to the hard work of the Edible Classroom staff, students continue to see the garden bloom, along with learning valuable lessons tied to the curriculum. Fifth and sixth grade got to make carrot donuts. Thank you to the parent volunteers who come to help during the school day.

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

(August 29, 2022)

A beautiful start to the school year at Conestoga. Students entered the building ready to go. Thank you to the PTO for helping decorate the outside of the school and for creating such an inviting environment to enter today.





(September 15, 2022)

Today, Conestoga had their first emergency drill. This drill was a stay-in-place drill. We practiced what an announcement would sound like in case of an emergency, and teachers reviewed expectations. A letter was also sent home to inform parents of the drill.


Safe Schools Letter.docx