P-H-M School Status, Nov. 19, 2019

The message below was sent to all P-H-M parents from the Superintendent's Office the morning of Friday, Nov. 15, 2019: Penn-Harris-Madison’s outstanding teachers are a critical component to P-H-M’s Triangle of Success providing excellent instruction to our students. In support of teachers and fair funding for public education, P-H-M has strong track record of working with State Legislators. As momentum has grown for the “Red ...
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Students Playing in the Snow

Champions Together Winter Wonderland family event, Dec. 13

Kids Club will be offered at Northpoint Elementary School during Winter Break (Dec. 23 – Jan. 3), 6:30 a.m – 6:00 p.m. Camp will NOT be offered Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1. Cost is $25 per child, per day. If you are not currently enrolled in Kids Club, you must also pay the $25 registration fee per child. Registration and payment are due ...
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Prairie Vista Chromebooks

ILEARN Resources for Parents

ILEARN is Indiana’s standardized test. It is an online computer adaptive assessment designed to measure students’ proficiency of the Indiana Academic Standards in Grades 3–8. At the high school level, students enrolled in Biology and U.S. Government take ILEARN as End-of-Course-Assessments (ECA). Last school year (2018-19) was the first time ILEARN was administered. This year it will be administered again to students in the spring ...
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Parent meeting & permission form for new State mandated curriculum

Tuesday, Oct. 15 5:30 p.m. Schmucker Middle School, 56045 N Bittersweet Rd. Indiana law (IC 20-19-3-11) now requires that all schools provide age appropriate and research based instruction on child abuse and child sexual abuse to students in grades kindergarten through 12th. Penn-Harris-Madison has partnered with the Family Justice Center, Youth Service Bureau of St. Joseph County and the St. Joseph County Special Victims Unit ...
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Bobcat Blitz

2019 “Bobcat Blitz” a Huge Success

It started out as a simple idea to raise money and has grown into an annual tradition that gets bigger and better every year. This year was no exception as our “Bobcat Blitz” eclipsed MORE THAN $15,000 in funds raised! All the proceeds go to support our positive rewards programs, Art Smart, teachers' needs, and other programs that fall outside the traditional education budget. The ...
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