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Rigor, Relevance, Relationships 8/20

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Virtual Open House 8/25

Traditionally, we would host an Open House for parents to meet their teachers on the second Wednesday of the school year. This was originally scheduled for Wednesday, 8/25 in the evening. This year, we are going to facilitate this a little differently.

Instead of hosting live Google Meet sessions with parents, we are asking each teacher to create a recorded Welcome Video for each class that will be made available to parents in Canvas and through email beginning Wednesday evening, 8/25. Teachers will create a visual presentation to go with their video recording. Please find some time to review this information and connect with your child's teachers if you have any questions.

Covid-19 Health and Safety Overview

Please CLICK HERE for PHM Safety Protocols. Please CLICK HERE for specific details that pertain to Penn.

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Lessons begin 8/30

At Penn-Harris-Madison, we want to equip our students with the skills they need for success both now and in the future. One way we do this is through Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) lessons for all students. SEL is the knowledge and skills essential for wellbeing as well as personal and professional success. It includes teaching, modeling, practicing, and reinforcing these skills (Indiana Department of Education (IDOE)). The IDOE has seven (7) competencies/main SEL skills, including the following:

  • Insight: The ability to know your emotions and how they affect your thoughts and actions (important for self-confidence, self-esteem, empathy, and recognizing one’s strengths and areas of growth).

  • Regulation: The ability to recognize and manage one’s emotions (builds self-control, self-discipline, and impulse control).

  • Connection: The ability to have strong social awareness, giving students the ability to take the perspectives of others and empathize with people of diverse backgrounds and cultures.

  • Collaboration: The ability to work well with others (builds positive communication and conflict management skills).

  • Critical Thinking: The ability to make constructive choices and understand metacognitive strategies to enhance learning (builds responsible decision making, analytical and critical inquiry skills, which are necessary to approach learning from an innovative, creative, multicultural, and ethical lens).

  • Sensory-Motor Integration: When one is aware of their body and sensations in order to manage transitions, change routines, increase alertness for learning and improve regulation.

  • Mindset: The ability to demonstrate cognitive flexibility and a willingness to learn, which is critical for perseverance, adaptability, self-discovery, resilience and giving/receiving constructive feedback.

In order to intentionally teach these skills, Penn-Harris-Madison has created SEL lessons for our students based on Indiana Department of Education’s SEL standards/learning competencies. The lessons are taught by the classroom teacher one time per week (with the exception of a few weeks due to the school calendar). At the high school level, the lessons are taught during the first Gold day of the week in 3rd block since this block is longer than others due to lunch schedules. For more information, including an opportunity to view the SEL slide decks prepared for students to view with their class, please visit the P-H-M website at this link. During the 21-22 school year (SY), the slide decks will be released on P-H-M’s website prior to being taught. They will be released in roughly 9-week increments to align with grading quarters. The lessons for the 21-22 school year will start the week of August 30, 2021. Below is a summary of the lesson information for September. After reviewing the lessons, please contact Mr. Galiher if you have any concerns.

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Return textbooks from 2020-2021 school year

Textbooks - if you have any textbooks still checked out, please return them to Penn as soon as possible. Bookstore hours are 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

There is also a drop box for books at Door A. Textbooks are to be returned to the bookstore at the end of each school year or when the class is complete.

Failure to return textbooks will result in additional charges.

Powder Puff sign-up now open

The annual Powder Puff Football Game is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 29, at TCU/Freed Field.

Link for signing up

Parent Information night (voluntary): Tuesday, Aug. 24, 7 p.m. Cafeteria, Enter through Door D.

Practice dates: 9/8, 9/13, 9/15, 9/20, 9/22, 9/27.

Time 6:30-8 p.m. on the practice football field.

Must Dos:

  • Sign up through the google link
  • Register on,
  • fill out all the consent forms on Register my athlete,
  • pay the insurance fee. NO PHYSICAL REQUIRED

All of the above must be completed by Sept. 7 to be able to participate

Join Kingsmen 100

Join the winning team, the Kingsmen 100.






CLICK HERE for details.

Gallery Docents needed

Are you looking for a little more fun and freedom during your study hall time that would also benefit our school?

Being a Gallery Docent is a fun and easy gig, but very important to serving our school and having the art gallery open for view. It is a type of student assistantship, but it offers a little more flexibility and time to get your homework done.

Please see Miss Miller in Room 154 ASAP if you art interested, responsibly and trustworthy. We are in need 3-5 juniors/seniors to help out each block, so there are lots of positions available, but don't wait, as the first gallery show opens in mid September.

Opportunities available in Lifeguard Internship

Lifeguard Internship is in need of more certified Lifeguards for our program. The internship would replace a class block. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Crist, in the pool office ASAP.

School pictures set for Aug. 18-20 and Aug. 23

School pictures for every student at Penn will take place Aug. 18-20, and Aug. 23. These photos will serve as your school and yearbook pictures, as well as your school ID. Senior pictures will also occur at this time.

Click here to order pictures.

Student Lunch Delivery Policy

If a student forgets their lunch, only a lunch from home will be able to be dropped off at Penn. In order to support P-H-M’s Wellness Guidelines, we ask that food from outside vendors not be dropped off at school. Services such as Door Dash, Uber Eats or Grub Hub are not permitted on campus.
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Back-to-School Bash! set for Saturday, Aug. 21

Celebrate the new school year with the Penn Education Foundation Silver Mile Back-to-School Bash! This day of fun for the family will be from 5-8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 21. The Back-to-School Bash! is a chance to reconnect in person, strengthen our community and celebrate the bright future of our students during the new school year.

Visit Silver Mile Back to School Bash | PHMEF & Silver Mile Back to School Bash Registration, Sat, Aug 21, 2021 at 5:00 PM | Eventbrite for more details.

The Back-to-School Bash! includes:

  • 1-MILE BUBBLE BASH - $10 per person (registration includes entry to Fun Zone)

This non-timed event starts and finishes on the TCU Freed Field track and follows a multi-terrain course within P-H-M's campus. This event is an upbeat and entertaining mile-long fun run/walk that includes foam bogs and spirit stations along the course.

  • KICKBALL TOURNAMENT - $100 per team

Our inaugural kickball tournament will start at 5:30 (after the Bubble Bash). This is a great way kick off the new year and give back to all 15 of our P-H-M schools! So, tighten your laces and round up your team of 8 and register today!! Click here for the Kickball Registration Form.

  • FUN ZONE - $5 per person

Also new this year…P-H-M families can meet and reconnect on TCU Freed Field while enjoying a variety of inflatables!

  • Click here for the Silver Mile Registration Form.
  • SILVER MILE HEALTH & FITNESS EXPO – Saint Joseph Health System will be back offering valuable health screenings and there will be an expanded Family Fitness Expo with interactive vendors and activities. Booths are $150 for businesses and $25 for non-profits. If you know anyone that would like to join the fun, send them our way.
  • VOLUNTEERS - To run smoothly, the Silver Mile enlists a volunteer force of more than 200 parents, friends, P-H-M staff and students. If you are interested or know of any groups looking for volunteer hours, let me know. They can register to volunteer on or 2021 Silver Mile Volunteer Form Tickets, Sat, Aug 21, 2021 at 1:00 PM | Eventbrite
  • Silver Mile Information Flyer.

Student Parking passes available

Student Parking passes will be available for eligible Juniors and Seniors from 7:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-3 p.m. on Monday-through-Friday, Aug. 9-13, and on Monday, Aug. 16, and Tuesday, Aug. 17. When in-person school is in session, parking passes are sold before school from 7:30-8:15 a.m. and after school from 3:17-3:30 p.m.

Students must bring the completed forms, ID, and other required items. Cash and checks (made out to Penn High School) are acceptable payments. We cannot accept credit cards at this time. Change will not be made so bring exact amounts.

Students will go to the Counseling Center office to show that required forms (posted below) have been filled out properly. After paperwork is filled out and approved, students will go to the bookstore to pay for parking pass.

Sophomores are not eligible for parking passes.

Click here for details and forms.

Vape detectors installed

As a means to prevent and discourage the use of vapes, Penn has installed vape detector devices in the restrooms of the school. These devices will sense certain chemicals associated with vaping and will immediately alert and dispatch school officials to the location of suspecting vaping activity.

Update address changes in Skyward

If you have changed residences, you can update your address in Skyward in order to receive important communications from Penn High School.

It's very easy to update your address if you've moved. You can take two pieces of mail, like a utility bill, mortgage/lease statement, etc,...and either drop them off at Penn's Counseling Center or scan or photograph them and email them to Wendy Hayes at

Be sure to include the student's name and grade, and if there needs to be a bus change form completed for a new route.

Chromebook insurance available

If you wish to purchase Chromebook insurance, please make a $25 payment at the Penn High School bookstore or online at (click “Chromebooks” then “Penn High School” ). Online payments are only accepted until Friday, Sept. 17, 2021. If you purchase insurance after Friday, Sept. 17, 2021, your Chromebook must pass an inspection by the Technology Department and the fee can be paid in the bookstore.

Please reference this document for additional insurance information.

Free and Reduced Meal Application information

Click here for Free and Reduced Meal Application information.
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P-H-M offers free breakfast and lunch to students

P-H-M will be supplying free breakfast and lunch to all P-H-M students for the upcoming school year.

We will also be operating Community pick-up sites at the schools hosting summer school and at several Mishawaka parks.

Click here for detailed information.

You will receive a breakfast and lunch meal per child. Students who are attending summer school will get their meals with summer school.

P-H-M locations for pick up are:

  • Penn High School, Door K (Southeast corner of the building) – 6/7/21- 8/13/21
  • Walt Disney Elementary School, Door B (Main Entrance) – 6/7/21- 8/13/21

FREE MEALS will be available to children 18 years of age and under, or persons more than 18 who are determined by a state or local public education agency to be mentally or physically disabled and who participate in a public or non-profit private school program established for the mentally or physically disabled.

The program will operate Monday through Friday during designated weeks.

P-H-M will also be running sites at several Mishawaka Parks. Meals can be consumed on site or taken off site.

P-H-M announces new transportation routing platform

The Penn-Harris-Madison Transportation Department is excited to announce our transition to our new transportation routing platform, 3DEZRouting, for the 2021-22 school year.

This will allow for streamlined communication with Transportation that enables you to view bus information, make requests, and receive regular correspondence directly from the Transportation Department.

The Parent Portal will provide frequently updated information, so please be on the lookout for emails from the following addresses allowing you to create your Parent Portal Account beginning in July.

Cryptology opportunity available

Are you interested in Cryptology? Would you like to work with a Notre Dame Professor on a cryptology project this year?

If so, please email for more information.

Requirements: High school students of 11th grade or 12th grade with some experience in computer programming (e.g., R, Matlab, Wolfram or other more advanced programming languages) are eligible. Students who do NOT know Python are eligible.

Penn seeks Robotics Volunteer Coordinator

Penn High School is in need of a Volunteer Coordinator for the fourth Annual FIRST Robotics Competition in March of 2022.

The Volunteer Coordinator finds volunteers from the St Joe County and surrounding areas, as well as the FIRST Robotics community, places volunteers into positions, connects volunteers to any training required, schedules and coordinates the volunteers for the three-day event (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) in March of 2022.

The FIRST Robotics Michiana District Event hosted by Penn High School is fun, high-tempo, exciting high school competition for robotics teams across the state and the greater region. With more 5,000 participants, spectators, coaches, and mentors it will showcase some of the most dedicated, smartest, passionate, and innovative high school students.

  • The Volunteer Coordinator duties will star in November/December and run through March
  • The Volunteer Coordinator must be willing to communicate with local agencies, businesses, volunteer groups, and other stakeholders to sign-up volunteers
  • The Volunteer Coordinator will work within Indiana FIRST Robotics volunteer system
  • The Volunteer Coordinator will conduct 1-2 meetings per month to begin and then weekly meetings (virtual/phone)
  • This is a volunteer position. It is a great way to network and do some event planning.
  • Co-Volunteer Coordinators or Volunteer Coordinator Assistant are also options

Order your 2021-2022 Yearbook now

Get a $10 discount if you order a 2021-2022 Penn High School Yearbook early.

Click here for the order form.

DVT/Planetarium seeks interns

Interns are wanted for the 2021-2022 school year at the PHM DVT/Planetarium!

Have you ever wondered how the shows are created at the DVT/Planetarium? Do you have any creative ideas for shows? Do you enjoy learning new things? Would you like to have a unique work experience to make you stand out on your college applications?

Look no further and join the PHM DVT/Planetarium team!

Don’t think you have what it takes to be an intern or to create a show? Just like it takes people with various talents and skills to produce a TV or theater show, it takes a variety of people to create a DVT/Planetarium show! We need students with skills in script writing, artistic design, computer programing, sound/music, and more!

Interested? Contact Mrs. O’Malley at the DVT/Planetarium now!

Art Gallery seeks student docents

Docents (student assistants) are needed for the Art Gallery for the 2021-2022 school year. Interesting and dependable students who will be juniors or seniors in the Fall need to see their counselor to get this put on their schedule instead of study hall. It is a fun gig with some honors and privileges and not much work.
See Something, Say Something ... Call PHM's Safe School Helpline App

Safe School Helpline now available as an app

The Safe School Helpline® is a confidential way to report student concerns about threats, suicide, drugs, bullying or anything that threatens the safety of our schools. It's Available 24/7. Click to watch a video on how to get in touch with Administration anonymously 24/7/365.

Four Ways to Report to the Safe School Helpline®

Call: 1-800-418-6423 ext 359

Text: TIPS to 66746


Mobile App: Download the FREE app from the GOOGLE PLAY STORE and the APPLE APP STORE

  • The app makes it easy to anonymously report a safety or mental health concern using your mobile device to text, call, or submit an online form.

P-H-M seeks bus drivers

P-H-M is in need of Bus Drivers.

All drivers begin as Sub Drivers and are guaranteed four hours of work a day at a rate of $19.75/hr. Once a driver is elevated to a route driver they will continue to be guaranteed four hours of work per day. Their pay will be increased to $21.61/hr and they will have opportunities to drive field trips, and athletic events. Trip pay is $13/hr with a minimum pay on a trip being $30. After 60 days of work they will be elevated to a rate of $22.33/hr. These wages are effective 1/1/2021 and all training is provided by the Penn-Harris-Madison Transportation Department.

Please apply at the link below.

Community events open to P-H-M students and families

Click here for a list of non-school activities and events made available to P-H-M students and families by area organizations.

Community Resources list

Click here for a listing of non-school community resources available to Penn students and families by businesses area organizations.

Adobe Acrobat Reader will be required to view the pdfs on this page. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, please visit Adobe’s website, at this link, to download your free version. Or you can stop by the Educational Services Center at 55900 Bittersweet Rd., Mishawaka to pick up a copy.

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PTO introduction, update

Over the past three years, the Penn PTO has provided grants to teachers, student groups, clubs, and organizations who apply during our fall grant cycle. The PTO also assists with volunteer opportunities, hosts the annual Snowball Dance, which is open to all grade levels 9-12, provides monthly teacher/staff appreciation events/recognition, and meets monthly to keep lines of communication open between parents, students, and administration. Come see what Penn PTO is about!

CLICK HERE for the 2021-2022 PTO Calendar.

Support the PTO through Amazon Smile

Help support your Penn High School PTO!

Simply follow the directions below and search for: Penn High School PTO Incorporated. Every time you order eligible items, a percentage at no extra cost to you, will automatically go to PHS PTO.

How to turn on AmazonSmile in the mobile app

Join AmazonSmile

If you’re not already an AmazonSmile member, sign up on your web browser. Simply select your favorite charity to start generating donations, at no cost to you.

Get the app

Download or update to the latest version of the Amazon Shopping app on your phone. You can find it in the App Store for iOS or Google Play for Android.

Turn on AmazonSmile

Open the app and find ’Settings’ in the main menu (☰). Tap on ‘AmazonSmile’ and follow the on-screen instructions to turn on AmazonSmile on your phone.

If you have any questions, please contact us at

We appreciate your support!

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Connect with Kingsmen Court

Follow Kingsmen Court !!!

Instagram: @pennkingsmencourt

Twitter: @courtkingsmen

E-mail us with any questions

Freshmen Mentor Block Bonding set for Thursday, Aug. 26, and Friday, Aug. 27

Freshman Mentor Block Bonding will be on Thursday, Aug. 26, and Friday, Aug. 27, during your study hall. Please check Canvas for the times.

State Champion Spell Bowl Team seeks members

Any student interested in participating in Spell Bowl this year should come to our first informational meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 1, at 7:45 a.m. in the IMC.

This will be a quick meeting to discuss the upcoming 2021 season where we'll aim to take back our State title! If you have any questions, please email the coach, Ms. O'Brien, and

GSA meetings scheduled

Penn GSA will meet in Room 196 after school on the first and third Wednesday of every month beginning on Sept. 1. Meetings will end no later than 4 p.m.
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Girl Up Club seeks members

The Girl Up Club is seeking members. The club seeks to inspire girls in the Penn High School community to become leaders, change-makers and discover their true voices.

The first meeting is set for 7:45 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 13 in LGI-B.

Here is the sign-up google form:

Sign up for Girls Who Code Club

Girls Who Code is a club that will begin meeting after school later this year. If you are interested in more information, and/or joining the club, please complete the below form.

Republican Club meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 24

The Penn Republican Club will meet on Tuesday, Aug. 24, at 7:40 a.m. in Room 173.

Join us for our first meeting of the school year!! We will discuss ideas for our outreach project of the year and fundraising opportunities. No special guests this meeting, but we will talk about the elected officials that have committed to visiting us once school protocols allow visitors. We look forward to seeing you!!

DECA meeting schedule for Thursday, Sept. 2

The first DECA meeting of the year will be held on Thursday, Sept. 2, before school starting at 7:35 a.m. in LGI-B. This meeting is for anyone interested in joining DECA this year or any returning member.
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Penn Athletics All-Sports Passes on sale

All-Sports Passes are on sale for students and adults. Passes may be purchased in the Athletic Office from 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-through-Friday.

Click here for details on purchasing All-Sports passes for Penn Athletics.

Cheer on Kingsmen Volleyball

Cheer on the Penn Volleyball Team for a fun and exciting experience.

Click here for the schedule.

Mandatory meeting for Girls Basketball set for Thursday, Aug. 26

Girls Basketball: There will be a mandatory meeting at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, Aug 26, in Room 165 for any student interested in trying out the Girls Basketball Team for the 2021-2022 season.

Fall Sport Athletes do not need to attend, but you need to email Coach K -

Softball Mandatory meeting set for Wednesday, Aug. 25

There will be a mandatory informational meeting on Wednesday, Aug, 25, immediately after school in Room 120 (Coach Griman's room) for any student interested in trying out for the Kingsmen Softball team in the Spring. If you are in a Fall Sport, you do not need to attend at this time, but you need to email Coach Zachary - - so you are on the communications throughout the year. The meeting will last approximately 30 minutes (3:20-3:50).

Swim/Dive meeting set for Wednesday, Aug. 25

Attention Swimmers and Divers:

There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the Penn High School Girls and Boys Swimming and Diving Teams.

  • When: Wednesday, Aug. 25
  • Time: 3:30-3:50 p.m.
  • Location: Penn Pool

Football seeks managers, videographers

Anyone interested in being a student manager or student videographer for the Football Team next year is invited to contact Coach Pete Riordan at or Coach Cory Yeoman for information.

Student Athletic Training opportunities available at Penn

Athletic Training is a great profession in today’s health field. While working as a Student-Athletic Trainer with Penn Sports Medicine, you will learn, and experience what it’s like to work in the Athletic Training Profession.

Daily activities include: taping, hydration, therapy, and assisting our Certified Athletic Trainers with rehab, and injury care. You get first-hand experience in the sports medicine world.

Each season you attend practices and games, home and sometimes away. Every Penn team accepts you into the team. Not only will you work with our athletic teams, we have a team of our own. Our two Certified Athletic Trainers, Tricia Irvin and Jaymee Wolfe, help you learn along the way. You also work along with other students of Penn in the program.

Although being a Student-Athletic Trainer is fun, it’s a commitment you must be willing to make. A lot of hours are spent working and learning. If you are interested and would like to shadow us in the athletic training room, please contact either Tricia Irvin or Jaymee Wolfe. Application process is required.

Tricia Irvin:

Jaymee Wolfe:

Girls Basketball League (Grades 3-8) Registration set for noon-2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 12

Registration for the Kingsmen Girls Basketball League (Grades 3-8) is set for noon-2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 12. Enter at Door D.

Click here for the Registration form and league cost/details.

Boys Basketball League (Grades 2-8) registration set for Wednesday, Sept. 1

Registration for the Penn Boys Basketball League for students in Grades 2-8 will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 1, from 5:45-8 p.m.

When: Wednesday, Sept. 1, 5:45-8 p.m.

Where: Penn High School/ Enter through Door D

Price: $75 Grades 2-6 / $60 Grades 7 & 8th

Registration form: Click here for the Registration form.

Discount: $10 Discount for Summer Basketball Camp Attendees

Information: If you have any questions please contact Assistant Varsity Coach Julius Smith at

Students must register online to participate in Athletics

Anyone interested in participating in athletics or a club must complete the online registration at Click here for the Code of Conduct.

Student-Athletes must be picked up at Door D after practice

Student-Athletes who are getting picked up at the main Penn High School building must be picked up at Door D after practices.

Parents/Guardians are asked not to pick up student-athletes at Door E due to safety concerns.


St. Joseph Health System Sports Medicine, Beacon Medical Group Sports Medicine and the South Bend Clinic notified Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation and other St. Joseph County high schools that they would not be able to continue the practice of their physicians providing school-based "on-site" pre-participation physical examinations for student-athletes.

Click here for more information.
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Student may only ride on assigned bus

Students may only ride on their assigned bus. Students are not allowed to ride the bus home with their friends.
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Student before-school drop-off procedures

The designated student morning drop-off at Penn High School is in the Jefferson Rd. Student Parking Lot (south of the football practice field). All entrances will open for students at 8:05 unless there is a previously scheduled appointment. Students must then report to door A.
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Student after-school pick-up procedures

The designated after-school student pick-up areas include the Jefferson Rd. Staff Parking Lot and the Jefferson Rd. Student Parking lot. Left turns are not allowed into the Jefferson Rd. Staff Parking Lot.
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Fitness Center currently closed to community

The Penn High School Fitness Center is currently closed to the community.

Important School Information

Click on the following links for IMPORTANT SCHOOL INFORMATION:

School Messenger, the alert notification service:

Parent FAQ on Emergency Preparedness:

12th-grade Immunization Requirements:

Skyward and student progress

All parents and guardians are encouraged to review Skyward information for your student. General directions are listed below to access Skyward. Please take some time to review student progress and encourage your student to develop a plan for any missing work as we get ready to start the school year.
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Join the Kingsmen Team as an employee

Join an institution committed to excellence. P-H-M is looking for prospective employees in a number of areas.

Click here for the jobs board.

Penn High School app now available

A Penn High School app for I-Phones and Android devices is now available on the Apple Store and Google Play Store.



The app was developed by Penn Sports Journalism Class interns Riley Clauss and Micah Focht.

The app provides quick links for students to the Penn website for the following categories:

  • School news
  • Google Calendars (Black-and-Gold Day Calendar, Athletics Calendar, Fine Arts Calendar)
  • Student resources, including links to HAC and Canvas
  • Counseling
  • Clubs
  • Fine Arts/Performing Arts
  • Contact us/Staff Directory search engine
  • The Pennant Sports News website
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Contact Independent Study at

Independent Study has a NEW email account.

If you are enrolled in Independent Study, please use the following email address for all questions and help:

Attendance reasons can now be reported through Skyward/Family Access

Parents/Guardians now have the ability to submit attendance reasons - for full-day absences, early dismissals or late arrivals - for approval by the school - through Skyward/Family Access, instead of calling Penn High School.

Requests can be entered on the day of the absence (i.e. a student is ill) or scheduled in advance (i.e. - a student has a doctor appointment).

Click here for instructions on how to submit attendance reasons through Skyward/Family Access.

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Click the link for information about reporting absences and late arrivals:

Penn High School Calendars

Download Penn High School Calendars for your phone by visiting You can download a Penn High School Calendar that lists Gold and Black days, as well as important dates. There is also a Fine Arts Calendar and an Athletics Calendar. You can also print out a Gold/Black Days Calendar.

Check out P-H-M's Community Events webpage

Click here to check out the P-H-M Community Events webpage for listings of non-school activities and events made available to P-H-M students and families by area organizations.

ebooks now available through Penn High School

Did you know ebooks are available to you to check out 24/7? Go to, type in Penn High School, and then use your full email address for your username and your ID number for your password. Email if there is a title you want or if a password isn't working.
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