EP students and staff will celebrate Harvest Fest on Wed., Oct. 27th starting with a parade outside on the track beginning at 1:45. Costumes are optional. Parents may watch the outdoor parade from outside the track. In the event of inclement weather, the parade will be held indoors for students and staff only. As always, participation in the Harvest Festival is optional. If you’d prefer that your child not participate in these activities, please notify your child’s teacher, and alternative activities will be made available for your child during this time.
The EP PTO is sponsoring a Scholastic Book Fair the week of Oct. 25th thru the 29th.
The next EP Fun Run Spirit Day will be Friday, Nov. 5th. It's "Hat Day". Wear your favorite hat to school that day! Just make sure it's appropriate for school!
Here are our Fun Run Spirit Days:
FUN RUN SPIRIT DAYS
Friday, November 5th
Wear your favorite hat!
Friday, November 12th
Favorite Color Day
Dress from head to toe in your favorite color!
There is NO SCHOOL ON THUR. AND FRI., OCT. 28TH AND OCT. 29TH due to parent/teacher conferences. School resumes as usual on Monday, Nov. 1st.
In Andy Cunningham’s academic literacy class, students always get the final word. Proof lines one wall of his Park Forest Middle School room. A blackboard as colorful as a flower garden presents a vivid mosaic of dictionary heavyweights such as “miasmic” and “gossamer” — written, often in whimsical script, by students.
On Sept. 13, the Board of Directors approved the filling of three State High administrative positions. Brett Wilson shifted from being an assistant principal to the associate principal role, and teachers Jackie Saylor and Danielle Ambrosia are now assistant principals.
Park Forest Elementary’s Vivian Petrich has proved that, in the right hands, writing an award-winning children’s book can be child’s play. Her book, A Salt Shaker Named Pepper, topped the field in the WQED-sponsored PBS KIDS Writers Contest’s second-grade category.
On Aug. 24, the district welcomed nearly 7,000 students at 11 schools to kick off the year with smiles and high expectations. Recognizing that some students, after a year of learning altered by the pandemic, will need extra assistance, we added academic and social-emotional resources.
Easterly Parkway Elementary School
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234 Easterly Parkway
State College, PA 16801
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