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Northley Middle School has been re-designated as a Pennsylvania Don Eichhorn School to Watch.
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Congratulations to four Sun Valley students on being selected for the prestigious PMEA District Honor Choir.
The Sun Valley Marching Vanguards came in 1st place in the American Division at the 2016 Cavalcade of Bands Championships.
Jacqueline Scheck is the first in Sun Valley history to have been selected for the prestigious All-National Honor Choir.
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Ms. Nicole Sayre has been named the 2016 Pennsylvania School Counselor of the Year by the American School Counselors Association.
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The Board of School Directors has appointed Mr. Patrick Sasse as the new Principal of Sun Valley High School.
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Please enjoy the summer edition of the district's newsletter.
Penn-Delco School District has partnered with Today’s Child to provide Before & After School Care for the 2016-2017 school year.
Senator Killion speaks with the students regarding a piece of legislation that he will be presenting to name Quartz as the state rock of Pennsylvania.
Sun Valley recognized a group of student athletes who plan to play a sport at the collegiate level.
A group of Northley 8th graders were invited to the Franklin Institute as part of PECO's Energizing Education Program.
The School Board honored Penn-Delco employees who have retired within the past year or plan to retire at the end of this school year.
Northley Math Teacher, Colleen Miller, was named a Sun East Best Teacher Under the Sun for the 2015-2016 school year.
Sun Valley JROTC girls finish first in the nation in Marine Corps physical fitness competition held in San Diego.
Parkside Elementary has been named a 2016 National School of Character by Character.org.
Eight elementary students competed in the Math 24 competition on May 10th.
Teams from Sun Valley, Northley, Aston, Coebourn, Parkside and Pennell each earned blue ribbons at the 2016 Reading Olympics presented by the DCIU..
Miki Fenza was honored by the Delaware County Right to Education Task Force on April 28th for Making a Difference.
The Penn-Delco School District recognized the district winners in the 2016 Dr. Nicholas Spennato Young Authors Writing Project during the April school board meeting.
Two Sun Valley seniors win 1st and 3rd in the HOSA Future Health Professional State Conference competition..
Congressman Pat Meehan presented five Sun Valley students with awards at the Darlington Art Center.
Jacqueline Scheck has been selected to be a part of the prestigious PMEA All State Choir.
Sixteen 5th grade students were selected to participate in the District 12 Chorus Fest on March 18th.
First grade teacher, Mrs. Maureen Irving has been selected as a Delaware County Excellence in Teaching Award recipient.
State Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky presented the Sun Valley Marching Band with a letter of commendation on March 14th.
Sun Valley Competes in Hi-Q Championship for the first time in school history!
Northley and Sun Valley Students competed in the Science Olympiad competition at Neumann University.
National Honor Society held its annual Volleyball Marathon and raised more than $11,000 for charitable organizations.
126K DONATED TO THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
The team bested Radnor and Havertown during the semi-final round of the competition.
Three Sun Valley students auditioned and were selected for the PMEA Region Music Festivals.
SVHS senior Nick Garvery placed 2nd in the debate state qualifier, earning a trip to compete in the state tournament in April.
PBIS kick off assembly reminds students to be Responsible, Respectful, and Safe.
The Team of six finished in second place out of 13 teams in the six-match qualifying portion of the competition.
Students in our four elementary schools learn the second book they will be reading for Four Schools One Book is Mr. Popper's Penguins.
Winners will go on to compete in the DVSF at the DCIU in March.
Parkside has been recognized as a school that is committed to character development and its positive impacts on students.
Students participated in the Rustin Invitational Tournament and eight students placed in the top 10 in three different events!
Students at Parkside Elementary collected more than $1,500 in change to donate to CHOP. They were rewarded with an exciting assembly!
Sun Valley hosted the tournament on January 21st.
Sun Valley's Kate Lannon scored her 1000th career point during the Vanguard's game against Chester on January 9th.
Aston Kicks Off Super Star 200 Club
Sun Valley defeated Chichester in the Turkey Bowl and honored a special little girl battling cancer. Both teams came together to raise awareness for pediatric cancer.
Students in the Autistic Support, Community Based Instruction and Multiple Disabilities programs at Northley prepare a Thanksgiving feast.
Penn-Delco welcomes Mr. Patrick Crater as the new Athletic Director for the district.
Congratulations to the Marching Vanguards on their GOLD win at the Cavalcade of Bands State Championships!
The Penn-Delco School District will celebrate American Education Week, November 16th - 20th. Each of our four elementary schools will welcome families of our students to an open house and allow them to enjoy a hands-on experience of what a day is like at school for our students.
Visit the Community Bulletin Board page on the Penn-Delco website. Flyers for approved community activities and events will be posted here regularly. You may also subscribe to this page to receive e-alerts when a new flyer is added. Just subscribe to the community page under My Account after signing in to pdsd.org.
The Penn-Delco Board of School Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Regina McClure as the district's next Director of Special Education and Pupil Services.
Penn-Delco Elementary Students were visited by their local fire departments to learn about fire safety.
Twenty Sun Valley students attended Congressman Pat Meehan’s Youth Leadership Summit at Marple Newtown High School on Tuesday, October 6th.
ASton and Parkside students participated in an international art installation project to show their support for world peace.
Information regarding new policy and clearance process for school volunteers.