Friday, Oct. 27 was a glorious fall day that featured our students doing community service projects and celebrating Halloween.
The Swain School has kicked off its popular Parenting Education Series for the 2017-2018 school year - 'because there's no app for parenting'!
Swain's 35 fifth grade students recently presented their version of High School Musical, Jr. at three performances.
Twelve of Debbie Lindsay's seventh- and eighth grade students competed in the state round of the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS); three of their peers accompanied them to serve as technicians. Traveling to Penn State's State College campus, each presented his or her experiment and results to a panel of judges.
Families considering high school options for their children were invited to attend a Secondary School Information Fair at The Swain School on Tuesday, May 2. Over 30 families took advantage of this opportunity.
Registration has closed for children in grades 1-3 to participate in our "Saturday at Swain" programming, this time focusing on hands-on learning in our Makerspace program.
Author Rachel Simmons came to Swain on April 19 to share her expertise on Peer Relationships in the Age of Social Media. The third of Swain's Parenting Education Series attracted over 100 parents and educators, and included discussion opportunities for the attendees.
Ceramics master Deborah Slahta shared her passion and talents with the Swain community during the week of December 5-9. Working alongside art teacher Trisha Samuel, Ms. Slahta demonstrated numerous ways to work with clay, to students in all grades during their regularly-scheduled art classes.
What you've asked for: Swain's School Store is featuring several new items to show your school pride! The School Store will now be open every morning from 7:45-8:05 a.m. When there are events in the Community Room or Rogers' Commons at 8:00 or 8:15 a.m. (like Swain Association meetings), it will stay open later.