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Penn Cambria Middle School
401 Division Street Gallitzin, PA 16641
Phone: 814-886-4181 Fax: 814-886-9308
Mr. Jeff Baird, Principal Grades 7-8              Mr. Dane Harrold, Principal Grades 5-6
   Mrs. Robin Stasik, Secretary                        Mrs. Renee Myers, Guidance Counselor
 



Too Good for Drugs
Students in Grade 5 will participate in Too Good for Drugs, an evidence-based prevention program that teaches skills for living healthy, drug-free lives. This nine session program will be provided within study hall/skill periods throughout the 2017 fall semester. This program is provided by a trained facilitator from The Learning Lamp and paid for by the county with PA Department of Drug and Alcohol funding. Letters will be sent home with additional information. Here is a link to learn more about the program.
MMS Gradebook
The links for MMS Gradebook have changed as of July 2017! Please update your web links with the ones found by clicking on the MMS Gradebook link on the left. Faculty and students should now use your PC network (Active Directory) user names and passwords to access MMS Gradebook. User names and passwords for parent users did not change.
Online Gradebook Access
Parent access to the MMS Gradebook program is now available! Click on the MMS Gradebook link for directions to access this system.
Written Excuses Required
All student absences are treated as unlawful until your child’s school receives a written excuse explaining the absence. This excuse must be given to the school office within three days of the absence. Call the school office if you have a question or concern about your child’s absences and excuses required.
Accelerated Reader
The Penn Cambria Middle School is continuing the Accelerated Reader (AR) this school year. AR is designed to encourage students to read and to become better readers. Each student is required to earn points each grading period for the books they read. Accelerated Reader points will then count as a portion of the students' marking period grades in Language Arts. Questions can be addressed to your child's Language Arts teacher or to Mrs. Jeanette Black, Curriculum Coordinator.
Save those labels!!
The Middle School is once again collecting Box Tops for Education and Campbell's Labels. Both of these companies contribute money or supplies to our school depending on the amount of labels or box tops we collect. Students can bring the labels into the school office or give them to Mrs. Mento. Be sure to join Box Tops for Education Booster Club. It is easy to sign up and you can print money saving coupons too. Visit their website at www.boxtops4education.com. Your support is appreciated!


Administration
Harrold, Dane - Principal 5th & 6th Grade
Baird, Jeff - Principal 7th & 8th Grade
Nurse
Kowalski, Amy
Faculty
Alsop, Jordan
Bianconi, John
Bryan, Karen
Casey, Shana
Claar, Jacquelyn
Edgell, John
Evans, Cristian
Gibson, Amy
Grassi, Jason
Haberkorn, Kim
Hiravi-Stombaugh, Rebekah
Hajnosz, Carolee
Kerfonta, Heather
Kirsch, Bridget
Kish, Jordynn
Link, Dylan
Marino, Amanda
Mastrine, Lenny
Mento, Beth
Montag, Jenna
Myers, Renee
Orban, Alicia
Podrasky, Darlene
Prebish, Lisa
Scott, Jesse
Shingle, Gregory
Show, Jessica
Smith, Michele
Talko, Kristin
Tranquillo, Valarie
Vinglish, Carrie
Walters, Ron
Warner, Sandy
Watt, Ben
Watt, Kevin
Watt, Natalie
Weakland, Tammy
Wheeler, Justin
Whited, Catherine
Wyland, Jessica