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PPS Thanksgiving break extended; more asynchronous days added to school year
PPS Thanksgiving break extended; more asynchronous days added to school year
Updated on 11/02/2021
Understanding that this year has presented a number of unique mental health stressors and concerns for staff, students and families alike, administration has re-evaluated this school year’s calendar to identify opportunities for more flexibility for staff and students. 
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PPS Superintendent Dr. Bracy elected President-Elect of national superintendents association
PPS Superintendent Dr. Bracy elected President-Elect of national superintendents association
Updated on 10/15/2021
Portsmouth Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Elie Bracy, III has been elected to serve as the next President-Elect for the Urban Superintendents Association of America (USAA). 
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Portsmouth School Board passes resolution regarding middle and high school students participating in sports and extracurricular activities
PPS School Board passes resolution regarding middle and high school students participating in extracurricular activities
Updated on 10/15/2021
At its Oct. 14 Regular Meeting, the School Board of the City of Portsmouth passed a resolution mandating that all middle and high school students taking part in sports programs or extracurricular activities either show proof of their COVID-19 vaccination or submit to weekly COVID-19 testing at the school. 
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Manor High School commits to creating an educational atmosphere where students can excel in a safe, inclusive and engaging learning community. We strive to instill in our students lifelong learning and an appreciation for diversity by providing measurable, challenging, and equitable learning experiences. We endeavor to prepare all students for their future roles as citizens in local and global communities. We actively continue to incorporate the involvement of parents, guardians, and the community in support of our mission.

WE BELIEVE

  • We believe student learning is the chief priority of the school.
  • We believe that every child can learn.
  • We believe that all students deserve to be offered a quality education that promotes high academic standards.
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