Patton will be hosting Transition Camp on Aug 19. If your rising 6th grader or new student is interested in attending, please register them here by Aug 14. We cannot accept day-of registrations. Questions: please contact Rachel Saletta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As you may know, school offices in the district remain closed. For this reason, we will have to postpone the August 4th yearbook pick-up. Once we are able, we will announce a new pick-up date. Any questions or concerns should be directed to Mrs. Spisak (email@example.com) or Mrs. Nanis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
9th grade student instructors from our summer math camp are now offering a free teaching/tutoring service for all Patton students including tutoring in math, science, and social studies. All sessions will be held in a group setting on Zoom. Read more.
Congratulations to Emma Li who won 1st Place in the Middle School Category for the CCIU Kindness Poster Contest! Check out her entry here! #PattonProud
Patton students Connor Semel and August Hohenadel finished second in the Longwood Gardens sponsored Weird Plant Design Contest in which students had the opportunity to create a weird plant! Watch their entry here!
Congratulations to our Patton Artwork Contest winners! Sydney Grieco designed the winning Planner Cover and Owen Lauder had the winning Patton Postcard design! Read more.
The Delaware County Department of Human Services will host a food drive Saturday in Delaware County. Residents can donate items from 9 a.m. to noon at the Glen Mills School. Items collected will be distributed to various food pantries and organizations in the area to support local families in need.
Yearbook Update: We had hoped to distribute yearbooks when you come to school this week and next to collect your belongings. Unfortunately, publishing is behind schedule due to social distancing restrictions. We hope they will be in the week of June 22. Stay tuned!
Patton 8th graders have been collaborating with experts from Longwood Gardens and the UHS Speech and Debate team through a new initiative called UnEarth It:The Great Debate. The students recently presented their findings and recommendations!
Are you interested in STEM? Try out robotics by joining the UHS Robotics Club. Watch the following video for more information about the club and how to apply.