Computer class

Computer class

Mr. Ickes’ students working on a coding activity using Makey-Makey
Mrs. O’Donnell’s homeroom

Mrs. O’Donnell’s homeroom

3rd graders doing a text structure sorting activity
Wacky Wednesday at PCI

Wacky Wednesday at PCI

Mrs. Gibbons class
4th Grade Art – Mrs. Mardula homeroom

4th Grade Art – Mrs. Mardula homeroom

Romero Britto inspired self-portraits in Mrs. Heverly’s class
4th Grade Art – Mrs. Reed homeroom

4th Grade Art – Mrs. Reed homeroom

Romero Britto inspired self-portraits in Mrs. Heverly’s class
4th Grade Art – Mrs. Baker homeroom

4th Grade Art – Mrs. Baker homeroom

Romero Britto inspired self-portraits in Mrs. Heverly’s class
Free Meals for All Kids Age 18 and Under.

Penn State Altoona – Summer Virtual Kids College
Penn State Altoona will be offering summer camps for area youth again this year. Due to Covid all camps will be offered virtually in a variety of formats. The camps this summer include STEM related topics, history, arts and video...
Elementary Parent Meeting – April 13, 2021
Grade K-4 Parent Meeting and Information Session Sponsored by Title 1 Dear Families, Please join us for a spring Parent Meeting, sponsored by Title 1, to discuss our programs and services at PC elementary schools. We know this past year...
2021-2022 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION INFORMATION
The Penn Cambria Pre-Primary School will begin accepting calls to register for Kindergarten for the 2021-2022 school year beginning Monday, February 1, 2021. Please contact 886-8166 Ext. 1104 for a packet to be mailed to you to be completed and...
Student COVID Health Data-Services
Please see attached for a letter for families related to school nursing services and reporting COVID student health information. Student_HealthCOVID_Data_Reporting
Remote Learning Information for Elementary & Middle School – November 19- December 22
All students/families that have questions about classroom activities should email or Canvas message the classroom teacher directly.  All faculty and staff are reporting to school buildings during normal work hours and teachers will be able to respond during that time. ...
CHANGE – Elementary Laptop Return
Dear Elementary Families, We obtained a small number of additional laptops for quick delivery in order to fulfill all requests on our current waiting list. Therefore, we do not need to request the immediate return of elementary laptops at this...
May 2020 School Climate Surveys
As part of our PCCD School Safety and Security grants, we will again be administering the PA School Climate Survey, provided by the PA Department of Education, to gather important information from our stakeholders.  This is the same survey given...
Message from the Principal
https://youtu.be/O-iBBrlamGg
*NEW* Student Pick-Up Procedures
Click on the link below to review the new student pick-up procedure for each elementary school. If you have questions or need clarification please call Mr. Smorto-Elementary Principal at (814) 886-8166. PC Elementary Dismissal Procedures
School Supplies for Elementary Students
If you would like to send in any items to replenish school supplies throughout the year, you are welcome to do so! You may want to communicate with your child’s teacher throughout the year to inquire about any specific supplies...
Written Excuses Required
We know how important it is for students to be in school. 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...
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,...
School-Wide Positive Behavior Program
Our goal at PCI is to create a positive environment where students feel welcome and safe.  PCI is implementing a program where students can earn a reward at the end of each month for doing something positive that is above...
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...