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Home of the Panthers

Preparing Students to Live & Work in the 21st Century

High School Information

Congratulations to our Volleyball Sectional Champs!
Sectional Champ Team Pic 2018

#PHPROUD - Lieutenant Governor Recognition Video

PHHS Essentials
High School
  • Main High School Number 351-3039
  • Weather Information 351-3004

High School Daily Announcements

PHHS will be hosting ALUMNI RETRO NIGHT on 11/24/18 vs. Garrett. Panther Basketball Alumni will sign in with years played to get in for free! Silent auction old uniforms and much more!! Hope to see  you there!

There will be an ITS Meeting on November 19th after school in Mrs.Reeds room after school until 5. DO NOT GO TO THE AUDITORIUM. There will be a recap of regionals being discussed along with sign ups for state comepetion and planning for winter activities.

Seniors if you are interested in going to Ivy Tech community college, they are hosting a college 101 night at the Fort Wayne Campus this Thursday, November 15, 2018, from 6 to 8 pm. They will discuss how to apply, what program they offer and much more. See Guidance for more information.

This holiday musical, Elf The Musical Jr. is a fun-filled show based on the popular movie. Buddy the Elf, played by Isaac Derbyshire, is a young orphan mistakenly crawls into Santa's bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised unaware that he is actually a human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa's permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list, and his stepbrother doesn't even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas.

Shows are at 7 PM on 11/30 and 12/1, with an afternoon show at 2 PM on 12/1.

Tickets can be purchased in advance for $7 online at: http://phtheatre.booktix.com/

Tickets will be $10 at the door. Seating is festival style, with the doors opening 30 minutes before the show. There is a special VIP "Santa Meet & Greet" event before the Saturday evening show.  Those who purchase this extra special VIP Secret Santa pass for $5 per person can have a picture with Santa, special preferred seating, and more!  This will only take place on Saturday night starting at 5 PM. These tickets can also be purchased online, and are limited. Each person attending the VIP event will need a ticket. Individuals with Gold Panther cards need to call the box office at 260-351-2989 or talk with box office managers Sheila McCrea or Shanan Staton.

Call 260-351-2989 for more information.

This modern day holiday classic is sure to make everyone young performer embrace their inner elf. After all, the best way to spread Christmas Cheer is singing loud for all to hear!


ALL BOYS TENNIS players...please get your RED uniform shirts turned in to the athletic office by Friday, November 16.  Once again, all boys tennis players please turn in your uniform top by Friday.

"ATTENTION all boys interested in playing BASEBALL this spring.  Please register on the BASEBALL signup sheet in the High School office anytime today through Wednesday."

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

On Wednesday Nov. 28th during C3 and in between lunches the Army will be in guidancefor an informational meeting on what they haveto offer.  If you are interesting in attending,  please sign up in the guidance office.  

Attention ALL STUDENTS...
Starting TODAY, there will be strength training sessions called...
P.U.M.P.T. - Panther Unified Muscle & Performance Training!!
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday each week 
Time: 4:30-5:30 
Where:  HS WEIGHT ROOM
Who:  Anyone interested 
HS coaches will be there to help you learn the program.
COME JOIN US and get PUMPT!

Seniors  Order your senior t-shirt before November 12. Order forms are located outside Mrs. Kellett's door.

Student Tutors If you are interested in tutoring students in the middle school, please see guidance for more information.

 Prairie Heights High School October Students of the Month.

Aisha Conley--freshman
Keigan Wicker--sophomore
Desiree Robison--junior
Tatum Allender--senior

It was brought to my attention that there is an Army group based out of Georgia that could use some Christmas cheer.  They have had many back to back deployments.  Currently, they are serving in Iraq. 

This is going to be a quick collection.  We are going to get the word out now via school website, announcements, facebook and all call.  Official collection dates will be from Election Day to Veteran's Day, November 6 to November 12.  

List of Needs
fruit in pouches, jerky, slim jims, q tips, Mosquitoes repellent wipes, Toilet paper, Socks, Candy, Paper, 
Pencils, Envelopes, Razors, Wet wipes, Cards, Chap-stick, Sunscreen, Floss, Toothbrush, Neosporin,
Snacks (small bag size), Gum, Hard candy, Small games or puzzles (like Yahtzee in a Ziploc bag) things to kill time, All occasion blank cards so they can send them home to loved ones
TRAVEL SIZE
Soap, Shampoo, Deodorant, Hand sanitizer, Toothpaste, Shaving cream, Body wash, Kleenexes, As well as money to ship the packages


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

Pokagon Toboggan Run Pokagon State Park is hiring for the Toboggan Run!! Pay is $10.25 an hour. Must be available every weekend  and Christmas break!! If interested  fill out an application at the Park office, open 7 days a week till 4:00 pm.

FOOD BANK
Mongo United Methodist  Church has started a food bank for families in need. Distribution of food will be every1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.Please see guidance for qualifications.


Nov 14 Sophomore IMPACT Trip
Nov 15 C3 PROWL
Nov 16 Midterms
Nov 17 ITS Troupe Regional Competition @ Bethel
Nov 21-23 Thanksgiving Break
Nov 27&29 English ISTEP+ Retest
Dec 3-6 Food Drive
Dec 4&6 Math ISTEP+ Retest
Dec 7th NHS Inductions Pep Session Schedule
Dec 13 Band/Choir Concert
Dec 19&20 Final Exams
Dec 21 End of 1st Semester 30 min delay
Dec 24 - Jan 6 Christmas Break
Jan 7 2nd Semester Begins

Students of the Month





Congratulations to our Students of the Month for October!
October Students of the Month

Jeremy Swander--Principal
Aisha Conley--freshman
Keigan Wicker--sophomore
Desiree Robison--junior
Tatum Allender--senior


 
  • Congratulations to our Volleyball Sectional Champs!
    Sectional Champ Team Pic 2018

    #PHPROUD - Lieutenant Governor Recognition Video

    PHHS Essentials
    High School
    • Main High School Number 351-3039
    • Weather Information 351-3004
  • PHHS will be hosting ALUMNI RETRO NIGHT on 11/24/18 vs. Garrett. Panther Basketball Alumni will sign in with years played to get in for free! Silent auction old uniforms and much more!! Hope to see  you there!

    There will be an ITS Meeting on November 19th after school in Mrs.Reeds room after school until 5. DO NOT GO TO THE AUDITORIUM. There will be a recap of regionals being discussed along with sign ups for state comepetion and planning for winter activities.

    Seniors if you are interested in going to Ivy Tech community college, they are hosting a college 101 night at the Fort Wayne Campus this Thursday, November 15, 2018, from 6 to 8 pm. They will discuss how to apply, what program they offer and much more. See Guidance for more information.

    This holiday musical, Elf The Musical Jr. is a fun-filled show based on the popular movie. Buddy the Elf, played by Isaac Derbyshire, is a young orphan mistakenly crawls into Santa's bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised unaware that he is actually a human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa's permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list, and his stepbrother doesn't even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas.

    Shows are at 7 PM on 11/30 and 12/1, with an afternoon show at 2 PM on 12/1.

    Tickets can be purchased in advance for $7 online at: http://phtheatre.booktix.com/

    Tickets will be $10 at the door. Seating is festival style, with the doors opening 30 minutes before the show. There is a special VIP "Santa Meet & Greet" event before the Saturday evening show.  Those who purchase this extra special VIP Secret Santa pass for $5 per person can have a picture with Santa, special preferred seating, and more!  This will only take place on Saturday night starting at 5 PM. These tickets can also be purchased online, and are limited. Each person attending the VIP event will need a ticket. Individuals with Gold Panther cards need to call the box office at 260-351-2989 or talk with box office managers Sheila McCrea or Shanan Staton.

    Call 260-351-2989 for more information.

    This modern day holiday classic is sure to make everyone young performer embrace their inner elf. After all, the best way to spread Christmas Cheer is singing loud for all to hear!


    ALL BOYS TENNIS players...please get your RED uniform shirts turned in to the athletic office by Friday, November 16.  Once again, all boys tennis players please turn in your uniform top by Friday.

    "ATTENTION all boys interested in playing BASEBALL this spring.  Please register on the BASEBALL signup sheet in the High School office anytime today through Wednesday."

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

    On Wednesday Nov. 28th during C3 and in between lunches the Army will be in guidancefor an informational meeting on what they haveto offer.  If you are interesting in attending,  please sign up in the guidance office.  

    Attention ALL STUDENTS...
    Starting TODAY, there will be strength training sessions called...
    P.U.M.P.T. - Panther Unified Muscle & Performance Training!!
    Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday each week 
    Time: 4:30-5:30 
    Where:  HS WEIGHT ROOM
    Who:  Anyone interested 
    HS coaches will be there to help you learn the program.
    COME JOIN US and get PUMPT!

    Seniors  Order your senior t-shirt before November 12. Order forms are located outside Mrs. Kellett's door.

    Student Tutors If you are interested in tutoring students in the middle school, please see guidance for more information.

     Prairie Heights High School October Students of the Month.

    Aisha Conley--freshman
    Keigan Wicker--sophomore
    Desiree Robison--junior
    Tatum Allender--senior

    It was brought to my attention that there is an Army group based out of Georgia that could use some Christmas cheer.  They have had many back to back deployments.  Currently, they are serving in Iraq. 

    This is going to be a quick collection.  We are going to get the word out now via school website, announcements, facebook and all call.  Official collection dates will be from Election Day to Veteran's Day, November 6 to November 12.  

    List of Needs
    fruit in pouches, jerky, slim jims, q tips, Mosquitoes repellent wipes, Toilet paper, Socks, Candy, Paper, 
    Pencils, Envelopes, Razors, Wet wipes, Cards, Chap-stick, Sunscreen, Floss, Toothbrush, Neosporin,
    Snacks (small bag size), Gum, Hard candy, Small games or puzzles (like Yahtzee in a Ziploc bag) things to kill time, All occasion blank cards so they can send them home to loved ones
    TRAVEL SIZE
    Soap, Shampoo, Deodorant, Hand sanitizer, Toothpaste, Shaving cream, Body wash, Kleenexes, As well as money to ship the packages


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

    Pokagon Toboggan Run Pokagon State Park is hiring for the Toboggan Run!! Pay is $10.25 an hour. Must be available every weekend  and Christmas break!! If interested  fill out an application at the Park office, open 7 days a week till 4:00 pm.

    FOOD BANK
    Mongo United Methodist  Church has started a food bank for families in need. Distribution of food will be every1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.Please see guidance for qualifications.


    Nov 14 Sophomore IMPACT Trip
    Nov 15 C3 PROWL
    Nov 16 Midterms
    Nov 17 ITS Troupe Regional Competition @ Bethel
    Nov 21-23 Thanksgiving Break
    Nov 27&29 English ISTEP+ Retest
    Dec 3-6 Food Drive
    Dec 4&6 Math ISTEP+ Retest
    Dec 7th NHS Inductions Pep Session Schedule
    Dec 13 Band/Choir Concert
    Dec 19&20 Final Exams
    Dec 21 End of 1st Semester 30 min delay
    Dec 24 - Jan 6 Christmas Break
    Jan 7 2nd Semester Begins





  • Congratulations to our Students of the Month for October!
    October Students of the Month

    Jeremy Swander--Principal
    Aisha Conley--freshman
    Keigan Wicker--sophomore
    Desiree Robison--junior
    Tatum Allender--senior


     
 
    • District Office

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

      Voice: 260-351-3214
      Fax: 260-351-3614

      High School

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

      Voice: 260-351-3214
      Fax: 260-351-3848

      Jeremy Swander, Principal
      Damon Witherspoon, Asst. Principal

      Middle School

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

      Voice: 260-351-3214
      Fax: 260-351-2182

      Andy Arndt, Principal
      Brad Jones, Asst.Principal
    • Elementary

      Prairie Heights Elementary School
      455 S 1150 E
      LaGrange, IN 46761

      Voice: 260-351-3214
      Fax: 260-351-2182

      Alecia Pfefferkorn, Principal

      Mission

      "Excellence in Education - Preparation for Life!"

      District AIMS

      High Achievement
      Safe, Caring Environment
      Accountability & Assessment
      Effective Use of Resources
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