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School Items Return & Personal Items Pickup (June 1 – 3)

Beginning the week of June 1st, Bittersweet parents are encouraged to come to return school materials and also pick up their child(ren)'s belongings that remain at school. Our goal is to use a procedure that maximizes the safety of all parents and staff. Please use the following schedule: Monday, June 1st: Grades K - 2, pickup between 8:00 - 11:00 a.m. Grades 3 - 5, ...
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P-H-M's Triangle of Success-- connecting students, teachers and parents

Bittersweet office hours, pick-up information

Bittersweet Elementary School office hours will be 8 a.m.- 3:00 p.m., Monday-through-Friday, while P-H-M schools operate in extended eLearning due to the COVID-19 national emergency. For parents who need to pick-up items at your child's school, click here for an appointment form to arrange for curb-side pick-up from a staff member ...
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COVID-19 Update: PHM Schools closing & eLearning (3/12/20)

The message below was sent out to all P-H-M staff and families the afternoon of March 12, 2020. Dear P-H-M Families and Staff, Based on Governor Eric Holcomb’s announcement released at 4:28 p.m. today, all P-H-M students will not report to school tomorrow Friday, March 13 and Monday, March 16, 2020. These days will be recess days (no eLearning will be conducted on these two ...
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Important Message from P-H-M Supt. Dr. Jerry Thacker regarding COVID-19

The message below was sent out to all P-H-M staff and families the afternoon of March 3, 2020. Dear P-H-M Families, The health, safety and well-being of Penn-Harris-Madison students and staff are our top priorities. With the ongoing elevated discussion regarding the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the world news, we are reaching out to remind everyone in the P-H-M family about the preventive safety measures ...
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Bittersweet Worry Monsters

No Worries!

How do you take away younger students’ worries? With a worry monster of course! Ms. Jenni McCarthy has been reading Rosie Greening’s book “The Very Hungry Worry Monsters” to her kindergarten class. The book is full of fun illustrations featuring friendly monsters that eat worries and make them disappear! Ms. McCarthy had all her students create their very own unique worry monster out of paper ...
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