William Penn Middle School
National School of Character
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Attention 7/8 Grade Boys Interested in Volleyball
This year Pennsbury High School is offering 7th, 8th, and 9th grade open gym for any boys interested in learning more about the sport. The program is for students interested in potentially trying out for the team as they enter high school. It will be held every Monday and Wednesday night from 7 - 9pm at PHS W Falcon Gym (Corner of S. Olds Blvd. and Queen Anne Dr.). It will be run by assistant coaches Jeremy Rhoads and Bob Burns and will start on Monday October 25th. Here is a remind app code where students can sign up to get information about the program. @4k3a7h
Next Meeting will be on November 18 in C202 from 3-4PM
Do you like strategy board games? Do you enjoy the challenges of competition? Are you interested in learning more about chess? Learn how to defeat your opponent in this strategy based board game by joining the chess club! Whether you are brand new to chess or have years of experience chess club has a place for you. Any students who are interested in joining the chess club please fill out this Google Forms and keep your eyes open for an email from Mr. Eisenberg.
This week's word of the week is...perplexing submitted by Abigail Hofmann.
William Penn Food Pantry
William Penn Pantry continues to be available to our families! If your family is experiencing financial hardship and in need of support (extra food/toiletries/school supplies. etc.), OR if you would like to make a donation to the pantry, please reach out to our school social worker, Megan Hough so she may assist you. Megan Hough, School Social Worker email@example.com 215-397-5452 (work cell) or 215-428-4100 ext. 10256
Meetings will be after school in the Library from 3-4 PM
Future Meeting Dates:
Questions? See Miss June or Ms. Sicilia
The Reading Olympics program is designed to encourage children to read more by helping them discover the joy and excitement of reading and talking about books. Using a team format, students get to share with their friends the challenge of growing the quantity of books they read as well as increasing their exposure to a variety of writing styles and topics.
Teams of 8-16 students, over several months, will read books from a prepared list. The book lists include 45 titles, created to be appropriate to both the team’s age and reading levels, and are updated annually by a multi-county group of teachers and librarians. The students will meet regularly to share and discuss their interpretations and comprehension of what they have read.