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Over the past marking period, students from Philipsburg Elementary and Osceola Mills Elementary Schools' Gifted and Enrichment programs participated in a “Stem Design Challenge” against students from all around Clearfield, Centre, and Clinton Counties. The K'Nex Spartans placed first with their prototype of an incline transportation system and will move onto the regional competition on May 13. Members of that team include Devin Long, Teddy Hendricks, Nick Webster, and Heath Yergin.
Donuts
Congratulations to Bus #19 for winning PE's April Bus Incentive Contest! These students were Safe, Responsible, and Respectful on the bus throughout the month of April. The students and bus driver earned a donut party for their excellent behavior!
2021-2022 Yearbook Contest Winner
2021-2022 Yearbook Contest Winner
Congratulations to this year's Yearbook Contest winner, 4th grader Alaina Dunsmore.
K'Nex Challenge
Over the past marking period, students from Philipsburg Elementary and Osceola Mills Elementary Schools' Gifted and Enrichment programs participated in a “Stem Design Challenge” against students from all around Clearfield, Centre, and Clinton Counties.
Students of the Month
Mikayla's Voice
Philipsburg Elementary wants to thank Ms. Kim from Mikayla's Voice for allowing our students to work on the "Wheels of Friendship" Project! The Wheels of Friendship Project allows students from all grades to work together on a painting project where they can enjoy valuable discussions about differences, understanding, and acceptance.
MiKayla's Voice
MiKayla's Voice
Together, they decide how their painting will remind students to embrace everyone at PE. Through collaboration on the concept and creation itself, students will learn the value of working together and how everyone brings their own ideas and talents to the project.
Philipsburg Elementary recently had Madison Wurst from our Food Service provider, Metz, discuss nutritional values in apples with all students.  PE students were able to sample different types of apples and learn valuable information about the fruit!
Philipsburg Elementary recently had Madison Wurst from our Food Service provider, Metz, discuss nutritional values in apples with all students. PE students were able to sample different types of apples and learn valuable information about the fruit!
Parent Lunch
Parent Lunch
PE is so excited to team up with our parents to allow them to come in and eat lunch with their students! During the month of January, 4th Grade families were invited in to eat lunch with their kids! This great opportunity is part of the district's community and family engagement initiative!
Philipsburg Elementary recently had Madison Wurst from our Food Service provider, Metz, discuss nutritional values in apples with all students.  PE students were able to sample different types of apples and learn valuable information about the fruit!
Parent Lunch
Parent Lunch
PE is so excited to team up with our parents to allow them to come in and eat lunch with their students! During the month of January, 4th Grade families were invited in to eat lunch with their kids! This great opportunity is part of the district's community and family engagement initiative!
Kindergarten Thanksgiving Feast
Kindergarten Thanksgiving Feast
Philipsburg Elementary Kindergarten students had their Thanksgiving Feast on Friday, November 19. Just like at the original Thanksgiving Feast, the students made their own meals and discussed the history of Thanksgiving.
Mikayla's Voice
Mikayla's Voice
Students at Philipsburg Elementary recently wore yellow to school to show support of Mikayla's Voice. Mikayla’s Voice develops and coordinates unique and innovative programs that allow children with and without disabilities to work and play together. These programs are designed to showcase children’s talent and creativity as they demonstrate successful inclusion in education, art, and sports, and recreation.
STEM Night: Grades 3-5
STEM Night: Grades 3-5
Philipsburg Elementary grade 3-5 students and families participated in a STEM night on November 15. The evening started with the book How to Catch a Turkey, then students solved binary code riddles, completed a fall digital breakout room, and created marble mazes. After those centers, families worked together to create a turkey trap making sure to stick to a $100 budget.
Camp Read S'more
Camp Read S'more
On October 26, students and families will come to school for a night of reading and trivia. Our students will have the opportunity to read stories while "camping" within the building.
A Visit From PSP
A Visit From PSP
Thank you to members of the Pennsylvania State Troopers for eating lunch with some of our students and visiting classrooms.
Students Learn Fire Safety
Students Learn Fire Safety
2021-2022 Student Council
Class Representatives:
Jackson Marlow, Carter Blose, Lydia Gonzalez, Everett Maska, Lux Rowles, Myah Davis, Justice Fry, Teddy Hendricks, Lillyonia Burkett, Jordana Wilson, Skyla Daniels, Jack Dixon, Andrew Peacock, Sophia Hawn, Sophie Matson, and Connor Harper
Weis4Schools Program
Weis4Schools Program
Philipsburg Elementary earned $3,725 this past school year as part of the Weis4Schools Program. Pictured is Principal Mr. Fye receiving the check at our local Weis Market. Located below in PE news is the barcode for this year. Please share it with friends and family to support our school.
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PE Students of the month September 2022

Front Row (L-R): Emma Waring, Madeline Peters, Hank Bush, Jhett Thompson, Mosley Davis, Emily Yost, and Lindsey Monn

Back Row (L-R): Gerrit Wood, Keegan Richner, Bo Willis, Olivia Sankey, and Charli Shaw

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Grades 3-5

Front Row (L-R): Norah Dinsmore, Brendan Bush, Charles Gallaher, Adalynn Walls, and Isaiah Angelovic

Back Row (L-R): Tatum Knepp, Grant Mann, Isabella Patton, Isabella Rees, and Ben Anderson


 

2022-2023 Student Attendance Manual


Fifth Grade Spanish Classroom Portal


 

2022-2023 Student Drop

Off & Pick Up Information

If you plan to drop off and/or pick up your student at school for the upcoming school year, please open all the below information. If you have any questions, please call the building. 

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NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION

The POASD online application process is now active through the Sapphire Portal. Click the link below to create a New Account. There are separate registrations for Kindergarten and Grades 1-12. Please contact Amanda Wallace with any questions at awallace@pomounties.org or (814) 342-1050 ext. 3201.

New Student Registration

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