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Rigor, Relevance, Relationships 10/22

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Covid-19 Health and Safety Overview

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

Enjoy Fall Break

There will be no school on Friday, Oct. 22, or Monday, Oct. 25, due to Fall Break.


Have a safe and restful Fall Break!

Costumes discouraged for school days

Students are advised not to wear costumes during the school day as part of Halloween.


Students will not be allowed to wear face paint, costume masks, have props, fake weapons, or have costumes/clothing/items that are gory, lewd, etc.


The only masks allowed at school are those designated for COVID-prevention per the school board mandate.

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Fright Night Orchestra performing on Thursday, Oct. 28, and Friday, Oct. 29

Penn High School presents the "Fright Night" Orchestra on Thursday, Oct. 28, and Friday, Oct. 29, in Penn's Center for the Performing Arts. The concert is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. each night. Cost is $5 a person.


The Fright Night Orchestra concert is a celebration of the Halloween spirit! Our five orchestras will perform fun and scary music to delight all of our big and little Ghouls and friends!


The playlist includes:

  • Phantom of the Opera
  • Ghostbusters
  • Harry's Wondrous World - from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
  • This is Halloween from Nightmare Before Christmas
  • Cruella De Vil
  • Danny Elfman Spooktacular (Corpse Bride, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice)
  • A Halloween Thriller

"Fright Light" Laser shows featured at DVT/Planetarium

The PHM DVT/Planetarium will be showing 3 FRIGHT LIGHT laser shows for Halloween! Tickets are $5 and can be pre-ordered by visiting the DVT webpage on the PHM Schools website, or they can be purchased at the door with cash, check, or card 30 minutes before the show starts. The DVT is located inside Bittersweet Elementary.


Get into the spooky spirit with a Halloween Laser Show! These must-see evening laser shows combine haunting tunes and an amazing laser light show that dances across the DVT’s 30-foot dome. The water-vapor-based haze machine makes the laser lights stretch across the room!


LASER FRIGHT LIGHT 1 ($5) October 27 Wednesday 6:30 p.m.

Soundtrack: Thriller, Godzilla, Monster Medley (Monster Mash, Purple People Eater, Boris the Spider), Enter Sandman, Men In Black, Attack of the Radioactive Hamsters, Firestarter, Dead Man's Party, Iron Man, Another Brick in the Wall, Push It, Frankenstein, Devil Went Down to Georgia, Feed My Frankenstein.


LASER FRIGHT LIGHT 2 ($5) October 30 Saturday 6:30 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.

Soundtrack: Thriller, Godzilla, Monster Medley (Monster Mash, Purple People Eater, Boris the Spider), Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Men In Black, Attack of the Radioactive Hamsters, Re: Your Brains, Dead Man's Party, Iron Man, Horror Movie Medley (Theme from Nesferatu, Psycho, Jaws, Halloween, Insidious), Frankenstein, Devil Went Down to Georgia, Feed My Frankenstein.)

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Free Viva Voce concert featuring high school/middle schools students set for Wednesday, Nov. 3

The Penn High School choir and Discovery, Grissom and Schmucker Middle School choirs will perform a free Viva Voce concert at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 3, in the Penn Center for the Performing Arts.


Penn's Viva Voce will perform 7 pieces together, including a medley from Nightmare Before Christmas. The middle school choirs will perform three songs together, and then all of the choirs will join together for the final two songs, one of which is entitled "Sisi Ni Moja" which translates to "We Are One."

Registration for the AMC10 and AMC12 runs through Tuesday, Nov. 9

Registration for the AMC10 and AMC12 runs through Tuesday, Nov. 9


The American Mathematics Competitions exams will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 10, during the school day. Students must see Mr. McClelland in Room 206 for information about how to register or send him an email (pmcclelland@phm.k12.in.us). A practice competition will be available once you've registered.

Student fees now uploaded in Skyward

Penn High School student fees are now uploaded in Skyward. You will need to log-in to Skyward to see your fees. We will not be mailing home a fee statement.


If you do not know how to log in to Skyward, please click HERE for directions.


To review student fees, click on Fees in Skyward Family Access.


  • Student fees must by paid by Monday, Nov. 1, 2021.
  • An invoice will not be mailed out.
  • If you feel that you may qualify for textbook assistance, please go to www.schoolcafe.com and complete an online application. Parents/guardians qualifying for textbook assistance are still responsible for the supply portion of student fees.
  • For information on how to pay student fees online, click HERE.


Parent(s) can either pay for fees with exact cash or a check at the Penn Bookstore OR mail a check to Penn High School, attn.: Bookstore. All checks should be made payable to Penn High School and note their child’s name and student ID number on the check OR pay fees online through phm.revtrak.net.


See the details below.


School Fees are due by November 1, 2021.

Parents who need to arrange a payment plan can click here to fill out the 2021-22 Fee Agreement Form. All payment plans must be paid in full by February 28, 2022.


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Graduation, Cap & Gown ordering information available now

Class of 2022 Parents & Students:


While the school year looks different, there are still many important details that cannot be overlooked as we work through this challenging time. One of those major details is planning for commencement and making sure our seniors have everything they need to celebrate and be honored. Traditionally, our partner Mark Flueckiger with Jostens would have a class assembly with our Seniors to explain the graduation order process and distribute order materials at that time. Due to social distancing guidelines, we are not able to host a class assembly and as such, Jostens had made the adjustment to send communications digitally.

IMPORTANT Please pick up your senior packet at the front office (available now during school hours). The packet contains a catalog and order forms.


You received an informational email containing video explanations of the graduation product offering, most importantly being your Cap & Gown for commencement. That email was sent on Tuesday, Oct. 12. Please keep an eye out in your inbox and open it for complete details on the graduation products.


Jostens will be collecting senior orders at school on Tuesday, Oct. 19, and Wednesday, Oct. 20, during lunch. A $60 deposit is required (or payment in full if less than $60). These the only days Jostens will be at school.


If you miss one of these order days, you will need to place your order online or by phone at 1-800-JOSTENS (567-8367) no later than Sunday, Oct. 31. It is extremely important to have your order submitted by this date. With unexpected industry delays, we want to make sure our partners have plenty of time to produce and prepare our senior orders.

If you have any questions, please call the Jostens office at 1-800-JOSTENS or email at flueckigeroffice@jostens.com.


Senior Graduation Packets are now available in the Main Office. Information includes how to order a cap and gown, announcements, etc.


Students/parents/guardians can also click here or order cap & gown and graduation materials, or scan the QR code posted above.


Click here for a video on ordering graduation materials from Jostens on Tuesday, Oct. 19, and Wednesday, Oct. 20.

SEL Lessons set for November & December

For the months of November and December, the SEL Lessons will continue to focus on taking care of yourself. Specifically, students will learn about emotions, and gain an understanding that emotions are normal in that they are biologically based and experienced in a variety of ways.


When we are aware of our emotions, that helps us to be ready to manage our emotions in healthy ways, including managing stress. In addition to learning some ways to manage stress in order to help them be successful in school, students will also focus on gratitude and joy. If you would like more information regarding the lessons or to view the slide decks prepared for students to view the lessons with their teacher, please refer to this link.


November & December, 2021 - SEL Lessons for 21-22 SY


No SEL Lesson the Week of October 25, 2021 Due to Fall Break


Lesson #8

November 1, 2021


Take Care of Yourself:
Emotions are normal

Students learn that emotions are biologically/brain-based and serve an important purpose. Therefore, emotions are a normal experience. As we learn to identify emotions, it will help us take good care of ourselves, learn about ourselves, connect with others, and help manage emotions.


Lesson #9

November 8, 2021


Take Care of Yourself:
Neuroanatomy & Stress

Students will learn that some stress is good in that it can help propel us to help with performance, but continuous or chronic stress can impact us. In order to take care of ourselves, students learn some stress management techniques.


Lesson #10

November 15, 2021


Take Care of Yourself:
Gratitude


Students will discuss gratitude and gain an understanding regarding the benefits of expressing gratitude. Students are then encouraged to explore ways to express gratitude.


No SEL Lesson the week of November 22, 2021 due to Thanksgiving Recess (No School on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday)


Lesson #11

November 29, 2021


Take Care of Yourself:

Managing emotions and stress

Students learn and discuss stress and the brain’s response. The “Hand Model” of the brain is used to show what happens in our brain when we feel stressed. Students also learn about the “Window of Tolerance” and ways to be in the optimal window where one is regulated, present, flexible and reasonable. Finally, students discuss ways to help calm our brain so we can take good care of ourselves and help promote optional learning.


Lesson #12

December 6, 2021


Take Care of Yourself:
Joy

Students focus on joy-what it is, the brain and joy, and ways to choose joy.


No SEL Lesson the week of December 13, 2021

TEAMS registration now open

Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Math & Science


Teams: groups of 2-4 students.


Topic: Engineering In Entertainment


Reach out to Miss Hullinger ASAP if you would like to be a part of this! khullinger@phm.k12.in.us


Have the captain of your team email Miss Hullinger with the list of team members OR email Miss Hullinger to be put on a team!

Pharmacy Technician Certification Program now available to Seniors

Current Seniors . . .


Have you thought about a career as a Pharmacist? Would you like to get a step ahead of the game during high school?


Penn offers a Pharmacy Technician Certification program through Indiana University at South Bend for SENIORS only. When students complete the program, they receive their certification from the State of Indiana and will be licensed to work in any pharmacy. Penn takes care of the tuition and families are responsible for the purchase of books.


Courses in the Advanced CTE CC program will meet one of the requirements for the Academic and Technical Honor Diplomas.


We are currently scheduling for the spring semester!!


If you are interested in learning more or would like to enroll next semester, please contact Mrs. Ball at mball@phm.k12.in.us.

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Science Academic Super Bowl meetings held on Thursdays

Science Academic Super Bowl meetings will be held every Thursday afternoon from 3:30-4:15 p.m. in Room 266. Contact Mrs Tiebout at atiebout@phm.k12.in.us if you have questions.


Interested in joining?


Do these 3 things:

  1. Join our email group list by emailing Mrs Tiebout.
  2. Transportation fees ($10) are due by the end of the month in the bookstore.
  3. Go to www.registermyathlete.com and select Academic Super Bowl - Science to sign up.

Scene Shop clothing items need to be claimed

Many clothing items have been found in the Scene Shop that look like they're left over from last year's crew. The items will be on the bench in the shop available for pick up. If any of the items are yours or if you would like to see if anything belongs to you, either find Nora in the CPA Office or scene shop or email @ nnoble@phm.k12.in.us. Anything not picked up by Oct. 26 will be gotten rid of.

Help build a bright future as a P-H-M employee

Parents, guardians, grandparents and community members can help build a bright future as an employee of the Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation.


Who would work better in P-H-M schools than those with a vested interest in the success of P-H-M schools? It's a unique way to give back to the community.


In addition to the many benefits of working in P-H-M schools, it offers parents/guardians the opportunity to be on the same schedule as their children in terms of start and finish times to the school day, as well as winter break, spring break, etc.


Click here for current openings.


Please check out the infographics below regarding employment with P-H-M.

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Penn Art Gallery features "In Search for Meaning"

the first gallery show is open in our Penn Kingsmen Art Gallery. It is "In Search for Meaning" college work by Lea Goldman. The gallery is open everyday during class periods and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after school from 3:30-4:30 p.m.

  • We are currently seeking 3 more students to serve as docents after school on Tues and Thurs to facilitate having it open after school. Please see Miss Miller in 154 if you are interested. It would be once a week for an hour a week.

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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Become a Penn Booster !!!!

We truly appreciate your dedication and support of Penn High School. The Penn Booster's main function is to enhance the overall educational experience for the students here at PHS, and we couldn’t do it without you. The Boosters provides resources for our PHS athletic and student groups through various fundraising efforts, including events, sponsorships, donations, concession stand income, and most importantly through our memberships.

Memberships are $10 a year and are open to anyone interested in supporting Penn. Becoming a Booster Member does not mean you have to be on the Booster Board. You can be a representative for your respective athletic or academic team and be the liaison to the Board, or you can just support the Booster program by becoming a member with your $10 donation.


We are also excited to have launched our new Booster website. Please visit us at http://www.pennboosters.org as we continue to connect with the PHM community.


If you are interested in sharing your gifts or talents with the Boosters, we would very much enjoy finding an opportunity for you to do that. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. I look forward to the opportunity to meet you and talk about how you can help our group continue to provide the “Gold Standard” that we are accustomed to here at Penn.


Click here for details.


21-22 Booster Membership Form

Work Permits no longer required

The State of Indiana is creating an Employer Registration system for any employer that employs five (5) or more minors.


Effective 7/1/2021, Indiana will no longer require work permits for minor employees. Employers will no longer be required to complete the “Intent to Employ” form, and schools will no longer issue work permits.


Employers will be responsible for maintaining an accurate list of all minor employees. If an employer has four (4) or fewer minor employees, registration will not be required. This registration does not have any impact on the work hour requirements for minors. All employers must still comply with the Teen Work Hour Restrictions.

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.

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.


A Free lunch consists of:


  • One serving of an entree
  • 2 fruits (one only may be a juice box)
  • 2 vegetables
  • 1 milk



Any additional entrees will cost $2 per entree


Click here for detailed information.


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.

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.


transportationrouting@phm.k12.in.us

info@ezrouting.com

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

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


Online: SafeSchoolHelpline.com


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.


https://www.applitrack.com/phm/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?category=Transportation

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 http://www.get.adobe.com/reader/www.get.adobe.com/reader/, 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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Meet the PTO

CLICK HERE for PTO updates, calendar and more.


Penn PTO is a group of devoted parents and volunteers who work hand-in-hand with administration to support our students, staff and teachers through events that bring together community and show appreciation.


The PTO provides grants to our teachers, clubs and student groups.


We also coordinate Snowball (an event your student will not want to miss), teacher appreciation week and monthly appreciation events for teachers and staff, as well as organizing and funding things such as Freshman Frenzy.


We have meetings once a month and would love for you to join us and learn more. Please email pennhspto@gmail.com to be added to our meeting invite list for a virtual meeting option or check the calendar and join us in person.

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 pennhspto@gmail.com

We appreciate your support!

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TSA to meet on Wednesday, Nov. 3

TSA is a student-led club where students interested in competing and broadening their knowledge in science and technology gather. We spend most of the time preparing for events that focus on a facet of science.


For example, those interested in architecture have the opportunity to design their own house with CAD software. Others might practice their competitive coding skills. And some write children's stories (yes, that's an event).


If you're interested in technology and are excited by the idea of showing off your skills, come by Room 137 on Wednesday, Nov. 3. We will host our introductory meeting there from 3:30-3:50 p.m.

Girls Who Code Club to meet on Monday, Nov. 1

Girls Who Code will have its first official meeting from 3:30-4:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 1, Room 141.


We will begin coding our first project. It is not too late to join.


If you are interested in more information, and/or joining the club, please complete the below form.


https://forms.gle/LXXLM8SAX3pZ8Z8o9

Japanese Club hosting CosPlay party on Wednesday, Oct. 27

The Japanese Club is collecting $5 dues, payable in the bookstore now through Wednesday, Oct. 27. Please bring your receipt to Wolfgang-Sensei before the CosPlay party Wednesday, Oct. 27, from 3:20 until 4:20 p.m. in the staff lounge near the IMC! You don't have to be a ninja to join... but it helps!
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Penn Republican Club to meet on Tuesday, Oct. 26

Penn Republican Club will meet at 7:40 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 26, in Room 173. Club members, please bring your left over tickets and money from ticket sales. We will discuss our fundraiser and make recruiting posters.

Writers' Guild to meet on Friday, Nov. 5

Writers' Guild will meet on Friday, Nov. 5, after school in Room 239 until 4:30 p.m. We are excited to share ideas, writing activities, and finish up with Author's Chair. We will talk about NaNoWriMo, too. If you have a love of writing, this is the place to be!

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.



Here is the sign-up google form:

https://forms.gle/Guqd6vbmD9JQps2v5

GSA meetings scheduled

Penn GSA will meet in Room 196 after school on the first and third Wednesday of every month. Meetings will end no later than 4 p.m.
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Volunteer at the Humane Society

On Saturday mornings, Penn Animal Outreach Club will be volunteering a small group of members to take care of cats at St. Joe Humane Society (2056 Grape Rd.).


Any students are welcome to sign up! The dates are listed in the Google sheet below. Each session is from 9 a.m. to noon and sign up is first come first serve.


If you are under 16, you must fill out the waiver and code of conduct attached below and bring it to the event. Also, we must have one parent chaperone per event, so if your parent can volunteer their time please let us know in the google sheet. The parent must also fill out the waiver attached below and the sign up sheet.


The center also requires that each volunteer have a written note saying that their parents allow them to be chaperoned by the volunteering parent. Since we are taking care of cats, please do not come if you are allergic in any way.

Click here for the Humane Society Code of Conduct form.


Sign up sheet:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1f-FraCz59uAL4kWFTZ7PxrBZ5IzuOrOEKoV8mDvkhbM/edit

Penn Dance Marathon seeks members

Are you interested in joining Penn Dance Marathon? Dance Marathons are held in hundreds of high schools and colleges around the nation and they benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals all around the country. We raise money for Riley Children's Hospital throughout the school year. This is through various means of fundraising such as restaurant giveback nights, canning at sporting events, and individual fundraising on DonorDrive. We also interact with fellow Riley Families and hold a multi-hour fundraising event in April where we reveal our earnings. The club is open to everyone and there are no dues or fees.


To sign up go to this link:https://forms.gle/yWFw6XKuAnUbRNWMA


Apply to be on our executive board with this link: https://forms.gle/3Nz39wRG7f3G9gEv9

Quiz Bowl meets Mondays/Wednesdays

What is Quiz Bowl?


Quiz Bowl Practice Info


Quiz Bowl meets on Mondays/Wednesdays from 3:30-4:15 pm in Room 136


Interested? Email Mr. May (bmay@phm.k12.in.us) or Mr. Conner (aconner2@phm.k12.in.us)

Freshmen Mentoring scheduled for Thursday (Oct. 28) and Friday (Oct. 29)

Freshmen Mentoring will be held on Thursday (Oct. 28) and Friday (Oct. 29) during PCC.

Connect with Kingsmen Court

Follow Kingsmen Court !!!


Instagram: @pennkingsmencourt

Twitter: @courtkingsmen


E-mail us with any questions @penn-kingsmen-court-grp@phm.k12.in.us

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Wrestling Team seeks managers

Attention All Wrestling Manager or Those Interested in Managing Wrestling: A mandatory meeting will be held at 3:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 1, outside of the wrestling room (East Balcony Area of the Arena).


Please fill out this google form

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqeWDmqokZyF2tckTACpakjmXgdQKakwPS5Ek37Zg3LuDtgw/viewform?usp=sf_link


If you have any Questions email Mrs Eutsey at aeutsey@phm.k12.in.us

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.

Join Kingsmen 100

Join the winning team, the Kingsmen 100.


1. GET AN ALL SPORTS PASS

2. SHOW THE STRENGTH COACHING STAFF

3. ATTEND PENN ATHLETIC EVENTS

4. SHOW STRENGTH COACHING STAFF ROSTER FROM EVENT

5. CHEER ON THE KINGSMEN


CLICK HERE for details.

Students must register online to participate in Athletics

Anyone interested in participating in athletics or a club must complete the online registration at https://www.registermyathlete.com/. 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.

PHYSICALS FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES NO LONGER AVAILABLE AT PENN

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: https://www.phmschools.org/parents/schoolmessenger


Parent FAQ on Emergency Preparedness:

https://www.phmschools.org/school-emergency-frequently-asked-questions


12th-grade Immunization Requirements:

https://www.phmschools.org/parents/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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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 whayes@phm.k12.in.us.


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.

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.


iOS http://bit.ly/pennappios

Android http://bit.ly/pennappandroid


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 independentstudy@phm.k12.in.us

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: independentstudy@phm.k12.in.us.

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Attendance

Click the link for information about reporting absences and late arrivals: https://penn.phmschools.org/attendance

Penn High School Calendars

Download Penn High School Calendars for your phone by visiting https://penn.phmschools.org/calendars. 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 mackinvia.com, type in Penn High School, and then use your full email address for your username and your ID number for your password. Email carmstrong@phm.k12.in.us if there is a title you want or if a password isn't working.
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