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The language arts students of Team 7A from William Penn Middle School recently visited Popcorn Park Zoo in Forked River, New Jersey. This trip, organized by teacher Leslie Ettlinger and the rest of team 7A, was in direct correlation with the language arts curriculum. In the newly-adopted Houghton Mifflin Harcourt book series, the students read the newspaper article called “Difference Maker: John Bergmann and Popcorn Park.” The animal sanctuary began in 1977 and is a federally licensed zoo nestled in the Pinelands of New Jersey that caters to distressed wildlife and exotic and domesticated animals.** Pictures include the manager, John Bergmann with Mrs. Ettlinger and students of 7A; Seven, a horse that was saved from starvation.


Aloha!!! The 8th Grade Finale is June 3rd from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. 8th Graders~Here is your invitation!!!


 Barnes and Noble Celebration of the Arts June 1st from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Click HERE to Vote for your favorite Frappe. *Must be logged in with your Google account!

As part of PPP Mini-grant STEM Program some 8th grade students had the opportunity to visit the NASTAR Facility in Warminster, PA. Student were given a tour of the aerospace training and research center. While on the tour they were able to see pilots training in the centrifuge and in the altitude chamber. Student were able to make many connections with what they have learned in their middle school science classes, and learn more about some STEM careers they may want to consider in the future.
 
 
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Welcome to William Penn Middle School. We are a middle school for grades sixth, seventh, and eighth graders with a population of approximately one thousand students and a very talented faculty and support staff. Our goal is to meet the educational and developmental needs of all our students. To help create smaller, more intimate learning communities, our students are placed on "Teams" with approximately 110 to 125 students and either four or five teachers for the year. William Penn is a supportive and friendly place where students can find their niche, gracefully take on daily academic challenges, get involved in activities and develop as they transition from children to young adults. Most of our students come from the four sending elementary schools within the district; Afton, Makefield, Oxford Valley and Penn Valley. Parents are encouraged to become involved in our Parent/Teacher Organization that meets monthly.

MISSION STATEMENT
The Pennsbury School District, a student-centered learning community, will prepare all students to achieve their highest potential and to demonstrate mastery of skills and talents necessary for life in a global society by providing a diverse educational program with the involvement and support of families and community.


  
Mr. Christopher Becker, Principal
(cbecker@pennsburysd.org)
 
School Information
The School Day begins at 8:10 AM School and ends 2:55 PM 
Students should not arrive at school before 7:45 AM.
School Office Hours: 7:30 AM—3:30 PM
Guidance Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM 

School Phone Number: 215-428-4280
Fax: 215-428-1549
Upcoming Events

May 26 NJHS Induction 7PM

May 31--Makefield Orientation

June 1--Day of Play

June 1--Barnes & Noble Celebration fo the Arts 7-9pm

June 3--8th Grade Finale 7-9 PM

June 6--8th Grade Peers of Pennsbury Breakfast 9-10 AM

June 14--Core Assessments 12:15 Student Dismissal

June 15--Core Assessments 12:15 Dismissal

June 16--Middle School Dismissal 10:45

June 17--Last Day Students! 10:45 Dismmisal

 

Securing the Future Together
William Penn Middle School
1524 Derbyshire Road
Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067
Phone: (215) 428-4280 Fax: (215) 428-1549

Pennsbury School District 2009