You are cordially invited to Manual Academy’s Spring Fine Arts Night on Thursday, May 7. This event will take place at 7:00 p.m. in the Manual Auditorium. The students of Manual Academy’s Fine Arts Department have been working diligently to display their talents. We hope you can join us for an evening of music, visual arts, and fellowship.
Student safety is our top priority in our district and here at Manual Academy. We encourage parents to educate yourself on social media (Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, Tumblr, Kick, Whisper, etc.), have discussions with your child about the dangers and consequences of social media, and set rules and guidelines including keeping your computer in a common area of your home and frequently checking the privacy settings on your child’s accounts. We appreciate your assistance and patience in this matter, as we continue to work to keep our school a safe place to learn for all students.
Manual Academy administrators chose two students to represent the school at the annual Illinois Principals' Association Recognition Breakfast. The breakfast serves an an opportunity for school administrators to honor students who truly demonstrate the heart and soul of their school. Eric Cortez (Junior) and Logan Hills (8th Grade) were selected to represent Manual Academy based on their hard work, involvements, academic achievement, and most importantly their character and citizenship. Both serve as leaders within the school and its many organizations as well as role models in and out of the classroom. Students like these two young men make the educational process exciting and rewarding and Manual would like to thank them for embodying the true spirit of student leaders.
One of Bradley PDS partnership goals is to prepare aspiring professionals in education and health sciences. In meeting this goal, Bradley University clinical experiences department worked in cooperation with Manual Academy on placement of thirteen students enrolled in ETE 211 for their field experience in an AVID classroom. Manual Academy is one of Bradley’s eight PDS (Professional Development Schools) schools.