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1:1 iPad School

Manchester Avenue Elementary School has the distinction of being a district 1:1 iPad school, meaning that every student in the school has the use of their very own iPad throughout the day. Though Manchester already has a rich history of integrating technology into the classroom, with every classroom outfitted with audio-visual technology for presenting lessons as well as shared desktop computers for student use, the 1:1 program allows for a more natural integration of technology into instruction and learning throughout the day.


Students Learn Real-world Skills

This school year a team of students from the fifth and sixth grades were recruited and trained to assist as lab technicians. The scope of their job includes: prep'ing ipads for student use, collection and delivery of iPads and other components, as well as various clerical duties.
Learn more about our Manchester Lab Techs.


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National Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage month has its origin in a 1968 act of congress. This annual celebration, beginning on September 15 and running through October 15, provides students at Manchester Avenue with an opportunity to realize the importance of the Hispanic influence in the forming of our American culture. Please visit the National Hispanic Heritage website to learn more.




Junior Achievement

Each year the USC Marshall School of Business brings into Manchester classrooms, training in entrepreneurship and financial literacy through the Junior Achievement (JA) program. The Junior Achievement program is volunteer program, founded in 1919, that prepares students to be tomorrow’s leaders and business people, bringing jobs and wealth to the community.













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