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  • 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
  • PMEA State Finalists Jason Lerew, Karen Creeden, Guinevere Connor, Michael Wu, Saagar Asnani, Grace Lerew, Max Stempel, Bryan Sobczak, Jacob Stahl, Josiah Smith, Jillian Krempasky, Jennifer Ondrey, Natalie Ondrey, Lisa Stein, Francis Anonia, Jim Tully

    PMEA State Finalists
  • Parkland High School Chorale Performs National Anthem at Temple Home Opener.

    Parkland Chorale Performs National Anthem at Temple Home Opener
  • Parkland School District contributed 19,346 pounds of food and $300 during the 9th Annual Second Harvest Food Drive to help to fight hunger in our region!

    Parkland School District Food Drive 2015
  • The PHS Cross Country team volunteered at the St. Luke’s Half Marathon Kids run, encouraging the younger runners.

    PHS Cross Country Team at St. Luke’s Half Marathon
  • D.A.R.E Essay Winners at Ironton Elementary School

    D.A.R.E Essay Winners at Ironton Elementary School
  • Parkland High School presents the spring musical, Into The Woods

    Parkland High School presents the spring musical, Into The Woods
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  • Jaindl Elementary School Honors Veterans on Veterans Day

    Parkland Students Honor Veterans
  • Meet Our 11 School Mascots showing their Parkland Pride!

  • Parkland High School presents the spring musical, Into The Woods

    PHS Presents Into The Woods
  • Grammy Foundation presents Deb Reilly a check for the middle school music program as a reward for being a national finalist for a Music Educator Grammy Award.

    Grammy Foundation Award for Deb Reilly
  • Our Elementary Students Placed 1st in STEMM Competition

    Our Elementary Students Placed 1st in STEMM Competition
  • 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
  • Students study using Netbooks in Parkland classrooms.

    Netbooks and Paperless Classroom

Parkland School District Renews Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent Contracts

On Tuesday, July 28, 2015, the Parkland Board of School Directors voted to renew the contracts for Richard T. Sniscak, Superintendent of Parkland Schools, and Rodney Troutman, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, effective July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2021.  Mr. Sniscak has served as the District’s Superintendent of Schools since July 1, 2011.  Dr. Troutman has also served as the Assistant Superintendent since July 1, 2011.

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Parkland Extends Support Contract Agreement

The Parkland School District Board of School Directors and the Parkland Education Support Professionals Association (PESPA) have agreed to extend the current union agreement by one year.  The current agreement was set to expire on June 30, 2016.  It was a 3-year contract agreement when the Parkland School Board approved a new contract on July 16, 2013.  The agreement represented the period from July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2016, but the new agreement extends the contract through June 30, 2017.

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Community Invited to Support Turf Installation at PHS with Legacy Gift

Turf Page HeadlineParkland School District is installing synthetic turf in the soccer/track stadium field behind Parkland High School. There will be a Donor Wall within the stadium to recognize donors who make a gift to the Parkland School District Education Foundation in support of the turf project and District’s athletic program. Your gift will help our student athletes on the soccer, field hockey and lacrosse teams, as well as all PHS students, youth community groups, and adult recreation organizations that enjoy the field.  For more information, click here.

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