March 10, 2023
Dates to Remember
March 10 - K-5 Progress Reports Available Online
March 10 - St. Baldrick's Faculty vs. Student Basketball Game Fundraiser, HS 'A' Gym, 6-7:30 PM
March 13-17 - Read Across America Week
March 13 - Manor School PTA Read Across America Family Night, 6:30-8:00 PM
March 14 - Budget Study Session/Board of Education Meeting, 6:00 PM
March 17 - Manor School Read Across America Breakfast, Cafeteria, 7:45-8:40 AM
March 28 - Budget Study Session/Board of Education Meeting, 6:00 PM
Manor School's Annual St. Baldrick's Faculty vs. Student Basketball Game Fundraiser is TONIGHT!
The St. Baldrick's Foundation is a volunteer-powered charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and happy lives. Worldwide, 300,000 children are diagnosed with cancer each year. And in the U.S., more children die of childhood cancer than any other disease.
We will also be holding a raffle for some fantastic gift baskets & prizes created from donations from our Manor families, as well as local businesses! Click the link below for full descriptions of available baskets and gift cards!
Donate Spare Change & Vote for Staff to Get "Pied" on Pi Day!
Staff in the running:
- Ms. Weaver
- Mrs. Hildreth
- Mr. Hawkins
- Mrs. Henderson
- Mrs. Kwiatkowski
Read Across America Events Next Week - 3/13-3/17
HFL PTA Manor School has prepared a special reading and craft night, MONDAY, March 13 at 6:30pm.
MONDAY evening at Manor, we have invited guest readers to read aloud to families.
All guest readers are either members of our community, staff at HFL or both! We are honored to have with us;
•Our community Children's Librarian
•The owners of Bleak House Books bookstore in HFL
•Teachers in our school district
•HFL PTA President
and MORE fantastic people who want to share their love of reading with your family.📚
In addition, High School students in the HFL Interact Club will be at the event offering fun crafts to create as a family.☘️
PLUS - your children will have the opportunity to complete their annual Square 1 Art project using different art mediums!🎨🖌️
WE HOPE TO SEE YOUR FAMILY MONDAY, 3/13
"Fin"tastic Family Fun on March 18th!
Our Fin"tastic" Family Fun Night is SOLD OUT! Art Boosters can't wait to paint with participating families on Saturday, March 18th, from 2-3:30 PM in the Manor Cafeteria!
Congratulations to HF-L's Odyssey of the Mind Teams!
K-5 Progress Reports Available Online TODAY
You will need to log into your child’s SchoolTool account to view the March progress report for the 2022-23 school year. If you need directions to create a SchoolTool account or learn how to access online report cards, please follow these steps:
Go to the HF-L website hflcsd.org
Click on the Menu and find Departments
Select Technology services https://www.hflcsd.org/page/technology-services
Scroll down and choose SchoolTool Parent Portal
Find a link for directions for How to create a SchoolTool Account and How to View a Report Card.
Please take time to review your child’s progress, celebrating their strengths and growth, while setting goals for improvement opportunities. As partners in your child’s educational journey, your child will benefit from this experience at home and at school. Thank you for your continued support and partnership with all of us at Manor Intermediate School.
Austin S. Scored a 100% on a Test and Received a Paw-sitive Phone Call Home From Ms. Weaver!
Jailbreak Club is BACK!
Register for the NEW Manor Unplugged Builders Club and Nintendo Arcade Community with Mr. Tran!
For Grades 2-5: Combines the Grand Turismo Builders Club with Unplugged Club. A community of STEM students will build structures to race hot wheels & RC cars, play classic board games like Chess, Monopoly & Risk, all while being "unplugged" from electronics. Five sessions after school on Tuesdays (4/11/23-5/9/23).
Manor School Unplugged Builders Club
For Grades 2-5: There is something uniquely special about playing Nintendo with dozens of kids at school. The social-emotional piece of a community of players who love Nintendo builds character, patience, and friendships. This age appropriate and active multi-player interactive game play is the school version of an old school arcade with lots of stations. Students will Just Dance, race in Mario Kart, play eSports, quizzes on Jeopardy, Super Smash Bros and even Pokemon!
Online Registration is Now OPEN for Spring 2023 Classes Through HF-L Community Programs
- Online registration is now open for Spring 2023 classes through HFL Community Programs. Check out the website for the class listings. http://ow.ly/y35U50N6lqb
Horsemanship Program Registration
- Horsemanship Program - A horsemanship program for youth ages 7 and up. Participants will experience the World of Horses by learning how to groom, tack, walk, ride and communicate with horses. Participants will also learn horse care and feeding. Barn location is 6565 E River Rd, Rush. For more information and to register click on link: https://registration.hflcsd.org/searchResults.cfm?couID=481
Vacation Care Available During Spring Recess
Link to register may be found here: https://www.familyid.com/hfl-community-programs/cougar-vacation-care-april-3-6-2023
Winter Storytime at the Lima Public Library
HF-L Summer Recreation Camp 2023
2023 Summer Rec program, in partnership with Honeoye Falls, Mendon, Lima & HFL Community Programs, is a day camp for children in grades 1-8. Camp runs Wednesday, June 28, through Friday, August 4, from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. A variety of daily activities include sports, arts & crafts, swimming, science & nature and optional field trips. Question? Call the Community Programs Office at 624-7068 or email email@example.com. Registration is now available online at:
Paper Tutoring Service
The Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School District is happy to continue its partnership with Paper, a digital tutoring service. This service is available to all HF-L students in grades 4-12 and will provide free, unlimited access to virtual tutoring sessions. These sessions are 1:1 and are available 24 hours a day. Students can access this using their ClassLink portal.
Using Paper, students get homework help, writing feedback, and study support on demand. Teachers gain insights into learning gaps. Administrators have visibility into where support is needed.
Manor's Magnificent Photo Gallery
Mrs. Contreras's and Mrs. Goodyear's 3rd Graders Learn About Inertia & Newton's Law of Force
This Week's 5th Grade Announcers - Elias & Nathan
Band Recruitment Assembly - 5th Graders Perform for 3rd Grade Classes
Sturdy Structures Designed Using Keva Blocks in Robotics Club with Mrs. Bennett
Lucky Leprechauns in Craft Club
Throughout the Halls - Manor's Virtual Art Gallery
Follow our amazing HF-L art teachers on Instagram!