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Students learned about the dances, drums and culture of West Africa with Bantaba during a fun-filled and educational assembly celebrating Black History Month.
Fifth graders at PVES spearheaded a school-wide collection of warm winter essentials for Cradles to Crayons, benefitting homeless and low-income youth in the Greater Philadelphia area.
PVES students explored the world of poetry in an assembly with David Zucker - a professional mime, actor, and director - who shared his passion for rhyme and verse in his award-winning program, Poetry in Motion.
Penn Valley kindergartners traveled to Riverbend Environmental Education in Gladwyne to participate in Project CHANGE (Children Helping and Nurturing Growth in the Environment).
The mosaics and stained glass that adorn the walls at Penn Valley were gifts from the architect as construction reached completion in 1951.
9:30AM to 11 AM at the Academy Building
Update to information regarding the end of the elementary marking period and report card delivery date.
A letter to families from Principal Scott Mitchell
Reading and Math testing to be begin March 24th
LMSD Strategic Plan: Opportunity to Participate in ISC Focus Group - March 11
Accepting nominations now through March 24th
April 5, 2014
Detailing the criteria for math placement for 2014-15 school year.
Students learned about the dances, drums and culture of West Africa during a fun-filled and educational assembly celebrating Black History Month.
The annual Interschool Council (ISC) of LMSD Art Show celebrating student artwork of all grade levels kicked off on February 1st at the Main Line Art Center.
This friendly, school-wide competition raised $2,139.20 for victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
In support of Penn Valley's No Place for Hate promise, students and staff celebrated kindness while helping to foster a safe, bully-free environment.
Fifth graders at PVES spearheaded a school-wide collection of warm winter essentials for homeless and low-income youth in the Greater Philadelphia area.
The program featured a variety of activities for students of all ages, ranging from simple arts & crafts projects to District-wide collections for local non-profit organizations.
Students explored the world of poetry during an assembly featuring David Zucker and his award-winning children's program.
Fourth and fifth grade singers recently took to the stage under the direction of music teacher Carol Kalafut Burgos.
Students spent the day learning about the natural world at Project CHANGE's new home: the Riverbend Environmental Education Center.
Established as one of Pennsylvania's first public school districts in 1834, LMSD, located in Philadelphia's historic Main Line suburbs, enjoys a rich tradition of achievement, innovation and community partnership and a longstanding reputation as one of the finest school systems in the United States.