High School Daily Announcements

There will be an ITS Meeting on March 18 in the auditorium from 3:45-5. Mattress sale results and picture with our check will be  done. Please come to pick up your Rise and Roll items. Applicants for troupe officers next year be sure to attend so you can present your speeches. Information on trips, fundraiser, and the show will be discussed.

NECC INDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS
6th Overall - Boys Track
3rd Overall - Girls Track
Congratulations to both Panther track teams on their finishes at Trine University last night!
1st Place Finish - Skyler Cummings (Pole Vault - 12'0")

Congratulations to the Prairie Heights “Panther Power” Dance Team, who placed 3rd at State on Saturday! Way to believe in yourselves, put in the time and effort, and then make it happen Lady Panthers!!! What a great year!!

I just wanted to let you know how Friday night went.  We had students compete in 26 different contests on Friday night.  Some were individual, some were pairs, and a few where completed by a group effort of many chapter members.  

we had six 1st place finishes that will advance to the state contest in June.  They consist of:

-Lillie Booher and Alayna Boots in a Horticulture Demonstration (they made a corsage)

-Maddie Newby and Lily Vondran with a Plant/Soil science demonstration (about soil particle sizes)

-The Chapter Exhibit and Scrapbook that had many hands involved in each.

Our middle school demonstrations by 

-Leyton Byler and Conner Keesler (trimming hooves) and 

-Kat Walker and Caylee James (turtle measuring).  

Second place finishes:

-Gavin Roberts - extemporanious public speaking)

-Lillie Booher and Alayna Boots - (Agriscience)

Lizzie Howald - multimedia scrapbook

The 4 middle school members in the discovery quiz bowl

3rd place finishes:

-David Murley and Chase Caston -Ag Mechanics demonstration

-Mallori McGraw - prepared public speaking

 

We had sereral 4th place finishes and so on but when the scores were totaled at the end of the night, PH finished in 1st place in the district!!

Seniors,

Turn in your pink Superlative papers to Mrs. Kellett or Mrs. Grossman ASAP.  Monday is the deadline.

Students interested in taking the test to receive their Certificate of Multilingual Proficiency need to see Mrs. LaMaster this week. We will be taking the test in April. Until then, we will be practicing every Wednesday during C3

Times running out order you yearbook soon.  Check out the new cover!  If you don't know if your parents purchased a book.  There is a list of buyers outside Mrs. Dorton's Art Room.

Angola Parks & Recreation is hiring  Seasonal Maintenance from May 1st to October 1st. Cleaning, mowing, trimming, raking and general landscaping maintenance of park properties and or city properties, buildings and equipment. If interested see Mrs. Huss for an application.

Jimmy John's is coming to Angola Open interviews will be held onSunday, March 10 from10:00 am to 5:00 pm. at Great Lakes Coffee House See Guidance for more info.

Attention all Academic Team members.  Our first competition is Thursday, March 14th at Angola.  At the end of the day come to Mr. Van's room for a snack.  We will leave the school by 3:45 to get to Angola.  Competition starts at 5pm.  We should be back to the school by 9:30 pm  

Congratulations to Larissa Rigsby who's artwork received recognition for Outstanding Achievement at the University of St. Francis Student Art Show.

Please come join us at the event of the year here at Prairie Heights Middle School.  You will find an hour of the best entertainment this side of Brushy Prairie on March 21st at 6:30 PM in the middle school gymnasium.  Physical Education classes from grades 4 through 8 will be showcasing their skills learned throughout the year.  There will be music presented by our very own PH DJ, Mr. Leu, while students show off their skills through a variety of physical activities.  The night will conclude when all grade levels pull together for a final dance routine.  Beginning at 6PM and throughout the evening the Prairie Heights Education Associate will be hosting a pizza sale, plus candies and water.  The money raised through this event goes to a scholarship fund established by the teacher association and is presented to a Prairie Heights graduate.  In the past we have hosted a spaghetti supper, however this year we have chosen to go with slices of pizza at $2, candies, chips, and water at $1.  Students participating in the Extravaganza will be getting a discount slip that when shown at the food tables will allow them a discounted slice of pizza for $1.  Please spread the word and let’s pack the Panther Den to support our staff and students.

Looking for a summer job in the outdoor industry that is fun, fast-paced, and rewarding? Consider becoming a team member at Trading Post Outfitters on the Pigeon River! We have a few openings for both inside and outside customer service individuals. The Trading Post is looking for energetic and service-minded individuals that want to be a part of a fun team that continues to deliver the best possible experience for our customers. Candidates must be willing to work weekends and have reliable transportation. If you're interested, please see Mr. Ware for an application 

LEO Club-Sign up and permissions forms are on Mrs. Bremer's door for the Maple Syrup Days which is March 16 & 17.  Please signup to help serve Pancakes and Sausage with the South Milford Lions.  This is the last opportunity for Seniors to earn hours for the South Milford Lions scholarship.  

"Attention Panther athletes. PUMPT will continue to run after school on the same schedule. Starting Monday morning March the 4th the weightroom will be open at 6 am for PUMPT Monday thru Thursday every week."

When you see them, please congratulate our kiddos on a job very well-done! Eli, Jax, and Daniel earned a Silver rating for their performance, and Clare earned a Gold for her solo. The trio plans to perform at our spring concert, so if you didn’t get to hear it we’d love to see you then!

Steuben County community foundation offers scholarships to help students pay for fine arts summer camps. Please see Mrs. Sutton, Mrs. Reed or Mrs. Savage for more information.

to get our athletes better prepared for competition, we are offering a strength training program for 6th-12th graders:

 P.U.M.P.T. - Panther Unified Muscle and Performance Training ALL SPORTS!  ALL ATHLETES!   ALL IN! TIMES:   Monday - Thursday  Morning Session: 6:00 - 7:00 am   Afternoon Session: 3:30-4:30 pmLOCATION:  HS Weight Room*Open now through end of school year.  Just show up *Summer times will be posted later in the spring

Congratulations to Prairie Heights Artists who will be representing at the University of St. Francis High School Student Art Show.  Samarah Orr, Haley Henderson, Miranda Flinders, Katie Papai, Janelle Garringer, Larissa Rigsby, Bristol Bailer,  and Audrey Hornett.

Attention Seniors!!!  Steuben County Community Foundation scholarships are now open!!!  Apply at steubenfoundation.org/

 Prairie Heights High School February Students of the Month.

Jaden Soller--Freshman
Samantha Roberts--Sophomore
Fletcher Stahl--Junior
Audrey Hornett--Senior 

To access online registration go to Panther Paw on the website.

March 11-15 Department Scheduling Meetings
March 12 Math ISTEP+ Grade 10
March 13 Winter Sports Recognition
March 20 Math ISTEP+ Grade 10
March 21 Cyber Safety Program
March 25 End of 3rd 9 weeks 
March 22 High Ability Field Trip

April 1-5 Spring Break
April 11 English ISTEP+ Grade 10
April 12 Community Service AM Career Day PM
April 16th English ISTEP+ Grade 10
April 18th English ISTEP+ Grade 10
April 19th Good Friday

May 2nd Mid Terms

June 5th End of 4th 9 weeks ( Student's Last Day)

 
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      Prairie Heights School Corporation
      Jeff Reed, Superintendent
      305 S 1150 E
      LaGrange, IN 46761

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      Prairie Heights High School
      245 S 1150 E
      LaGrange, IN 46761

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      Jeremy Swander, Principal
      Damon Witherspoon, Asst. Principal

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      Prairie Heights Middle School
      395 S 1150 E
      LaGrange, IN 46761

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      Andy Arndt, Principal
      Brad Jones, Asst.Principal
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      Prairie Heights Elementary School
      455 S 1150 E
      LaGrange, IN 46761

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      Alecia Pfefferkorn, Principal

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