At Penn-Harris-Madison, we are proud to offer year-round academic enrichment, athletic and recreational activities for the students and families within our award winning school district.
For months, P-H-M administrators, teachers, coaches and staff have been busy planning all the camps and activities that will be available for students when school lets out this year on Wed., June 7, 2017.
Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation is nationally recognized as one of the “Best Communities for Music Education” offering choir,
Registration for kindergarten students for the 2017-2018 school year will begin at each P-H-M elementary school on Tuesday, January 17, 2017. This registration opportunity is for youngsters who live within the P-H-M district and who will be five years old on or before September 1.
When the general election takes place Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Prairie Vista will house a polling center, as it has in the past.
Voters should park in the north lot, near the portable classrooms. Voting will take place in the portable classrooms. Voters will not be allowed access into the school building.
Other P-H-M schools that will serve as voting locations in this fall’s election are Penn High School, Schmucker Middle School, Mary Frank Elementary School, Meadow’s Edge Elementary School, and Walt Disney Elementary School.
Thursday, Aug. 25 was the first day of school for P-H-M’s littlest students ... kindergartners!
District wide, there are nearly 800 kindergartners in all 11 of P-H-M’s elementary schools.
This year Prairie Vista has 85 new little “PUMAS” beaming with PUMA PRIDE!
All of our teachers were so pleased by this year’s kindergarten class. All the students are quick learners, well behaved, polite, funny and of course … cute!
Penn High School’s state championship girls basketball program will conduct a community-sponsored girls basketball league for girls in Grades 3-8.
Sign-up is on Sunday, Aug. 28 in the Penn High School Arena from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
After a year-and-a-half of planning, $36,000 in fundraising dollars and 175 plus community volunteer hours … Prairie Vista Elementary’s tennis courts are finally getting a much needed “facelift!”