Penniman Elementary

Important Dates:

Oct. 20  Noon Dismissal

Oct. 25  Conferences 4-7 pm

Oct. 26  Noon Dismissal


             12-3 pm & 4-7 pm

Oct. 27  No School

This Day in Black History

October 20, 1904

Enolia Pettigen McMillan, the first female president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was born in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania.




Meet the Crew!

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Young Scientists at Penniman

Ms. Chalberg and Mrs. Jones recently studied owl pellets with the young scientists in their classroom. With their safety goggles, gloves, and tools, these scientists made discoveries about the eating habits of owls. They discovered that owls swallow their small prey whole, and then regurgitate the parts they can't digest. That might sound a little gross, but it offers great insight into the food chain. Look below for a slideshow of the young scientists taking apart the owl pellets and attempting to assemble the bones they found so they could identify what the owl had eaten. How cool!!


Examining Owl Pellets

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Scenes at Penniman School

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African American Spotlight - George Washington Carver

African American Spotlight - George Washington Carver

School Picture Day

School pictures will be taken on Friday, October 20.


SHIP - Oct. 23 - 26

Your Digital Footprint - YouTube


Mindful Messaging - YouTube


Super Digital Citizen - YouTube


Digital Citizenship and You - YouTube


Freddy Fit (website with slides and quizzes on several topics)