The Pennridge School District is undertaking an initiative to reinforce social and emotional learning in our students. Social and emotional learning skills include the ability to recognize and manage emotions; care about and respect others; develop positive relationships; make good decisions; and behave responsibly and ethically.
We focus on one theme of positive behavior each month that promotes social and emotional learning. Every day, students hear a relevant
famous quote, followed by a statement to help reinforce the quote. They are encouraged to think about and to practice the monthly theme in their lives, preparing themselves for success in school, in the world of work, and in their personal relationships.
May’s “T.A.K.E.S. P.R.I.D.E.” theme is “dependability.”
“Dependability” is the quality of demonstrating reliability. A person who is dependable is one others can count on for their truthfulness and integrity. Individuals who demonstrate “dependability” have a reputation of doing what they say they are going to do. They persist in projects and responsibilities until the task or job is complete.
This month, make a special effort to practice “dependability.” Some ways you can practice “dependability” this month include:
The Pennridge Comprehensive Plan
The PA Department of Education (PDE) requires all districts to develop, implement and monitor a district comprehensive plan. The Pennridge School District is required to submit this Board-approved three-year Comprehensive Plan by November 30, 2014.
Prior to the approval by the Pennridge School Board, PDE requires that the Comprehensive Plan be placed on public review for 28 days.
Please click on the link below for a copy of the plan:
To apply to become a substitute teacher with the Pennridge School District, click here.
Photo of the Day
For the 10th year in a row, our high school students placed flags on the graves of military veterans and firefighters buried at two cemeteries in Perkasie, Trinity Lutheran and St. Stephen's.
11th grader Robert Grucella was among the 100 or so students in Reading and Environmental Science classes who participated this year.
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