• Field Day

    On Friday, May 20th Manoa's students participated in our annual field day event. Thank you to Mrs. Bowman for putting together so many fun activities for the children to enjoy. Also, thank you to the many parent volunteers the day could not happen without your help. Click to see pictures.

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  • Pennies for Plants

    Mrs. Carney's PM kindergarten class raised the most money for the school's learning gardens. The kindergartener's were treated in a water ice and Pinata party in the garden while they learned about some the of plants. Click to see pictures.

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  • Math 24 Competition

    Each 4th and 5th grade homeroom held a math 24 Challenge Tournament. The winner from each homeroom competed in a Semi-Final Tournament in Mrs. Turek's room to declare a 4th grade 24 champion and 5th grade 24 champion. Congratulations to Josh K., our 4th grade champion and Nicholas B., our 5th grade champion. Both Josh and Nicholas will compete in the county 24 Tournament at the DCIU on June 1st. Best wishes to our Manoa champions, and remember, 24 is a great way to practice those math facts! Click to see more pictures.

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  • Opera in a Trunk

    On Friday, May 6th, Manoa second graders were treated to an Opera in a Trunk presentation by Mr. Garrett Obrycki from Opera Philly. This is part of their Sounds of Learning Program. The students had a wonderful time learning all about opera, hearing Mr Obrycki sing for them, and even putting together their own opera as a culminating activity. This program is part of Opera Philly's outreach program. Thanks for choosing Manoa! Click to see pictures of the event.

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  • 5th Grade Picnic

    Attention 5th grade parents. The 5th grade picnic will be held Wednesday, June 15th with a rain date of June 16th. Click the picture to access the link to sign up to bring food, drinks or other items listed.

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  • Important Calendar update

    At the April 21st meeting, the Board of School Directors discussed the current 2015-16 calendar with respect to the last student day. It was agreed that the last student day will be June 17, 2016. The Board expects to formally adopt a revised 2015-16 calendar on May 5, 2016 reflecting the change. At the same meeting the Board will review a 2016-17 revised calendar.

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Manoa Info

  • Principal Kyle Hammond

    Click here for links to letters from Mr. Hammond.

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  • Medication Policy

    A reminder of our medication policy -­‐ All medication, including over the counter, must be accompanied by a written order from the attending physician. All medication must be brought to school in the original container with the appropriate label intact. If the medication is not properly labeled, and there is no physician's authorization, the medication will not be administered. Click to see the entire policy.

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  • Volunteer Clearance Information

    School District Volunteer information has been posted to the district website under the Parent drop-down menu. Please preview this information as our district policy has been modified in accordance with state legislation.

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Board of School Directors

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    The School District of Haverford Township is governed by a nine-member school board. Each board member is elected to a four-year term of office and resides in the township. The board usually meets on the first and third Thursday of every month at 7:30 PM in the Board Room at Oakmont. The public is invited to attend all public meetings. Click here to watch meetings On Demand.
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  • Question Week   Earth Day   Poem in your pocket
    Question Week                    Earth Day                      Poem in your Pocket



  • video library  Dream Flag   Library Haiku   Animal habitats
    Video library (paste videos)  Mrs. Oelker's 5th Grade    Ms. Hernadez's 1st Grade Library   Ms. D'Iorio's 3rd Grade

Inside Manoa

  • Manoa Elementary School is one of five elementary schools in the SDHT. We offer instruction to students in grades kindergarten through fifth. The total school population is 670. We recognize that each child is a unique individual. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of the whole child while encouraging all children to reach their fullest potential. Click here for more information on Manoa Elementary School.
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