Wear a Flannel or Camo Shirt Day
Wednesday November 22nd
Picture Re-Take Day - Friday Nov. 17th
Next PTO Meeting - Nov. 21st 6:00PM at PCPP
376 Wood Street
Lilly, PA 15938
Phone: 814-886-8532 Fax: 814-886-5389
Mr. Dane Harrold, Principal
Mrs. Billie Jo Farabaugh, Secretary
Mr. Kyle Brown, Guidance Counselor
School Lunch Shaming
Schools must provide a meal to a student who requests one, regardless of whether the student has money to pay for the meal or owes money for school meals (unless a student's parents have provided directive to the school to withhold a meal). When a student owes money for five or more school meals, a school board shall require schools under its jurisdiction to make at least two attempts to reach the student's parent to have them apply for participation in the free/reduced lunch program and may offer assistance in helping them apply. School boards must require schools to direct all communications regarding money owed by a student to the student's parent/guardian and not to the student. Additionally, school boards must allow schools to contact the student's parent via a letter addressed to the parent but delivered by the student.
School boards also must prohibit schools under their jurisdiction from publicly identifying or stigmatizing a student who cannot pay or who owes money for school meals, requiring a student who cannot pay to perform chores or requiring a student to discard a school meal after it was served due to the student's inability to pay or if there is money owed for earlier meals.
Cafeteria Account Reminders
As a reminder, all families with any negative balance on school lunch accounts will receive an automated phone message on Sunday evenings. Please see the link below for information about how to access your online school lunch account, make payments, or view what your child is eating or purchasing. Please contact us at 814-886-7753 x1103 if you have questions or need assistance.
Mrs. Mullen's 4th grade students using inferences to solve a mystery in the library.
Too Good For Drugs
Students in Grade 3 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 science and social studies classes throughout the 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.