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PWES recently celebrated Rare Disease Day, whose main objective is to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients' lives.
Black History Month began with King's Dream, an enthralling live performance and multimedia presentation in a moving tribute to the great civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Students hope to best last year's "Read for Ronald" fundraising total - a gift which eclipsed $11,000 for Philadelphia's Ronald McDonald House.
Penn Wynne Elementary School fifth graders made Haverford Avenue a little more like Broadway as they took to the stage their performance of Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway.
Children's author Dan Gutman recently visited PWES to speak with students about his journey to becoming a successful storyteller and the important life lessons he learned along the way.
New date set for Wednesday, March 19th at 3:00 PM at LMHS
A community-wide event honoring Holocaust victims Friday, March 21 at 9:30 AM at LMHS.
Update to information regarding the end of the elementary marking period and report card delivery date.
Reading and Math testing to be begin March 24th
Accepting nominations now through March 24th
April 5, 2014
Detailing the criteria for math placement for 2014-15 school year.
Letter from Dr. McGinley following Board's approval of expanded high school choice area
The Penn Wynne Intermediate Band and Orchestra took center stage in two recent performances - a midday show for students and staff followed by an evening performance for family and friends.
The main objective of Rare Disease Day is to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients’ lives.
Black History Month celebrations began as Key Arts Productions delivered an enthralling live performance and multimedia presentation in a moving tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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.
Students hope to best last year's fundraising total - a gift which eclipsed $11,000 for Philadelphia's Ronald McDonald House.
Students, families and staff recently enjoyed a delicious breakfast spread at this annual event sponsored by the PWES HSA.
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.
The spotlight was on the fifth grade class for their performance of George M. Cohan's Forty-Five Minutes on Broadway.
The Baseball Card Adventures author talked about the creative process and shared an important life lesson with students: don't give up.
The Penn Wynne Singers peformed a medley of seasonal songs under the direction of music teacher Barbara Humes.
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.