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Intersection of Brick Road and Fir Road Closure

We have been notified by St. Joseph County that starting on Tuesday, September 5 (the first day back after the Labor Day recess day) the intersection of Brick Road and Fir Road will be closed to construct a roundabout. The intersection will be closed for approximately two months. Brick Road will be closed from Gumwood Road to S. R. 23 and Fir Road will be closed from S. R. 23 to Adams Road.

 

Temporary Drop-off and Pickup Procedures

Sign-up announced for Penn Girls Basketball League

All female P-H-M students grades 3-8 are invited to participate in a community-sponsored girls basketball league. The league begins on Sunday, September 10 and sign-ups are Sunday, August 27 in the Penn High School Arena from Noon – 2 p.m. The "Junior League" is for grades 3-6 and the "Senior League" is for 7th and 8th graders.

 

Field Day Here at Last!

 

Nothing signifies the end of another school year like field day. On Friday, June 2, 2017 Prairie Vista students and staff enjoyed beautiful weather by taking part in field day activities such as tug-of-war, capture the flag, dancing and more. The students were also able to stay cool by enjoying treats from a snow cone truck!

 

Please check out the picture gallery of activities below.

2017 Silver Mile results

The Silver Mile was held this past weekend (Saturday, May 6).  The first place overall male race winner was Colton Shail, Junior track and cross country runner at Penn High School, with a time of 16:29.9. First place overall female was Erin Moore, 13-year-old Niles student, with a time of 20:07.6.

 

Meadow's Edge Elementary earned the top participation P-H-M school prize and will receive a $5,000 grant to be used for a fitness/health program.

 

Silver Mile tokens

Runners Brave Weather for Running is Elementary Race

“Running is Elementary” took place on Monday, May 1 for the 9th consecutive year! Almost 700 students from all 11 P-H-M elementary schools participated in the 1 mile run on the Penn cross-country course located behind Elm Road School.

 

Although the weather was windy, cold and rainy, the runners’ spirits were high and full of excitement as family, teachers, staff and friends cheered them on.

 

 

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