Middle School Daily News

DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2020

PRAIRIE HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Menu:

Cheese Bites

French Fries

Broccoli Parmesan

Applesauce or Fruit Juice

Optional lunch choices:

Popcorn Chicken Salad

Ham Deli Wrap

Choice of Milk

ALL STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Today’s Kindness challenge is “Make sure no one sits alone”.

There is NO HOMEWORK CLUB this week.

The cast/crew list for Mary Poppins is posted at Mrs. Heinlen’s desk and on the cafeteria doors where the announcements are posted each day.

Tomorrow, Wed., students should wear their Prairie Heights apparel or Red and Black. All students will be counted in their math classes and the grade with the most students participating will get the spirit stick. The winning grade will be announced during the Pep Session. 

Last week’s canceled wrestling meet with ‘Busco has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 4.

The Steuben County Community Foundation is offering Humanities Fine Arts Summer Scholarships to Steuben County students who have completed 6th grade, but who have not graduated from 12th grade. The scholarships help pay tuition for MS and HS student who believe they have the talent and interest in attending summer fine arts camps. This is a competitive program, with areas of interest that include music/voice drama, dance, creative writing painting/drawing, photography/film/video, culinary arts, etc. Get an application from Mrs. Heinlen.

The ProFed Credit Union is sponsoring the 11th annual Bike 101 Lakes on Saturday, May 16. If interested see Mrs. Heinlen for a brochure.

The 6th grade girls’ basketball game with Garrett that was canceled from Thursday, Feb. 6, has been rescheduled for TOMORROW, Wed., Feb. 19, beginning at 5:00 PM. The game will be played at Garrett.

February 17-23

18 6 Girls’ basketball Angola  

19 MS Wrestling Angola

19 6 Girls’ basketball Garrett

20 MS Basketball Lakewood Park

20 CHARACTER COUNTS FOOD DELIVERY

February 24-March 1 LITTLE MERMAID WEEK

24 Wear your Beachwear (school appropriate)

25 Blue Day 7-8 Girls’ basketball West Noble

26 Hat and Shades 6th grade Girls’ basketball DeKalb

26 StuCo meeting during PRIDE

27 Hawaiian Day 7-8 Girls’ basketball Fremont

28 Show Shirt or Movie Shirt Little Mermaid at 7 pm 

29 Little Mermaid at 2 and 7 pm

March 2-March 8

2 6th Girls’ basketball Garrett

3 Wrestling Central Noble

4 Wrestling ‘Busco

5 7-8 Girls’ basketball Lakeland

The PHMS Theatre will be presenting Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr. on Feb. 28 at 7 PM & Feb. 29 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.  We suggest you order tickets in advance as seats may not be available at the door.  When you purchase your tickets, your assigned seat will be marked on the ticket. Purchasing your tickets in advance through our online system at http://phtheatre.booktix.com/  allows you to pick your seats upon purchase.  If you need to utilize your gold panther card for a ticket purchase, contact Sheila McCrea at the MS (she will issue you a special code for your purchase). Gold panther card holders can also get their tickets in person prior to the show by contacting Sheila McCrea or Shanan Staton at PHMS.

5TH GRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS: 

6TH GRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

LaGrange County REMC’s summer camp for CURRENT 6th grade students is at Camp Tecumseh YMCA Outdoor Center in Brookston, Indiana from June 3-6, 2020. It consists of cool outdoor camp-type activities, games and making new friends. It’s also a fun and powerful way to learn about electricity and electrical safety. Three local students will be chosen (based on their application and short essay) to represent LaGrange County REMC. All camp expenses are paid by the REMC. Getting to and from the camp is the responsibility of the student. Fill out an application online at https://www.lagrangeremc.com/. Click on “Programs,” and the link will be under “Touchstone Energy Camp.” Or go directly to the application by clicking https://www.indianaec.org/programs/youth/touchstone-energy-camp/. Applications are due March 2, 2020

 

 
    • 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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