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  • Students study using Netbooks in Parkland classrooms.

    Netbooks and Paperless Classroom
  • Jaindl Elementary School Honors Veterans on Veterans Day

    Parkland Students Honor Veterans
  • Parkland High School is proud of its vibrant visual and performing arts curriculum and clubs. Pictured here is an excerpt from the spring musical, “The Wizard of Oz.”

    Wizard of OZ Presented by PHS
  • The Jaindl Elementary PTO raised funds to install this new piece of playground equipment at the school.

    Jaindl Playground
  • An annual district-wide event, Parkland collects more than 20,000 pounds of food for Second Harvest of the Lehigh Valley each winter. Students then visit the local operations center to learn more about how this organization works to feed the hungry across the region.

    Parkland Participates in Food Drive
  • Students make their masterpieces at the 11th Annual District-wide Festival of the Arts. This event is held each May and has become a favored tradition with a k-12 art show, musical performances, festival food, and children’s activities on the lawn of Parkland High School.

    Festival of the Arts at Parkland High School
  • Many Parkland staff, students and families carry out the mission to instill a sense of community and citizenship by participating in community service events. Students in the Class of 2014 alone logged almost 6,000 hours of community service over the last school year!

    Pie in the Face

Harlem Wizards – November 20th at PHS

Tickets on sale October 6

$10 General Admission tickets available 9 AM October 6th at www.harlemwizards.com

$40 courtside/meet & greet seats are on sale at the Admin Center only starting at 9 AM on October 6

$20 RESERVED seats available via Elementary School Order Form

All tickets are FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED until sell out!

Parkland School Board Wins 2014 Arts Education Leadership Award

 

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On October 2, 2014, the Parkland School Board was awarded the 2014 Arts Education School Board Leadership Award from the Pennsylvania Arts Education Network due to its deep commitment to sustaining and expanding arts education in the Parkland School District.  The School Board is credited for showing great leadership in developing comprehensive K-12 music, dance, theater, and visual arts curricula; committing financial resources to sustaining and expanding arts programming; and developing partnerships with local businesses and organizations to foster community interest and investment in school arts programs – all culminating in the annual Parkland Festival of the Arts, an outstanding community event that celebrates the abundance of art available in their schools and neighborhoods each May on the Parkland High School campus.  Pictured above with the award are Superintendent Richard Sniscak, Master School Board Member and Parkland School Board President Roberta Marcus, Director of Visual and Performing Arts Mark Stutz, and School Board Vice President David Kennedy.

 

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