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Please scroll down to see some of the events of the 2018-2019 school year!
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Mr. Lenosky and two representatives from the PA Department of Education Penn Receives Title I Distinguished School Award
Penn received the 2018-2019 Distinguished Title I Schools Award from the PA Department of Education. 
Student raising his hand to get Mrs. Thomas' attention Students Play 'I Spy' To Learn High Frequency Words
Students are using Hawk Time to learn High Frequency Words. 
Mrs. DiIorio and a group of third grade students Thank You, Rotary Club Of Bethel Park!
Thanks to the Rotary Club of Bethel Park, every Penn Third Grader has their very own dictionary! 
Mrs. Petalino's students dressed in blue for World Diabetes Day Students Support Their Classmate On World Diabetes Day
Penn Second Graders were happy to show their support for one of their classmates on World Diabetes Day. 
Six students inside a fire truck First Graders Learn About Community Helpers
Penn First Graders read about community helpers and then they had the opportunity to meet three of them! 
Two students with their robot Students Stay After School To Build Robots
Penn Third and Fourth Graders had the opportunity to stay after school one day a week for six weeks to participate in a robot coding program, offered by My STEM Academy. 
Penn Principal Brian Lenosky Penn Named A Distinguished Title I School
The Pennsylvania Department of Education named William Penn Elementary School a 2018-2019 Distinguished Title I School! 
Pile of key chains on a table Students Make Keychains To Show Support For Breast Cancer Awareness
The students at Penn were busy in the month of October, making 200 key chains for the patients in the St. Clair Hospital Breast Care Center. 
Landen, his mom and his little brother with Mrs. Clifford in front of the JDRF bulletin board Students Raise $1,300 For Juvenile Diabetes Research
Thanks to everybody who helped to raise $1,300 for Juvenile Diabetes! 
Mrs. Joseph and her class First Graders Show Their Superhero SWAG
First Graders in Mrs. Joseph's room show off their Superhero SWAG!