The Board of School Trustees and the Penn-Harris-Madison administration take bullying seriously.
The school district has put in place the tools, training and guidelines to help staff recognize and respond to bullying when it occurs. Staff members are required to report all instances of suspected bullying. We also engage our students in the discussion. We want them to fully understand why bullying is a problem—and that we expect them to be part of the solution. Well-informed parents can also be part of the solution. The resources below will help.
Kids Club 2019 Spring Break registration is now open! Click here to download, complete & print the registration form.
Full-day childcare will be offered at Mary Frank Elementary School for Monday, April 1 – Friday, April 5, 2019, from 6:30 a.m. – 6...
Discovery Principal Sheryll Harper & Asst. Principal Troy Kauffman will be visiting the following Penn-Harris-Madison feeder elementary schools to hold parent information sessions for incoming SY 2019-2020 sixth grade middle school students. The...
Penn High School is bringing the famed children’s book “Tuck Everlasting” to the stage. This musical adaptation is a show that the whole family can enjoy
The Penn Fine Arts and Communications Academy is presenting, “Tuck Everlasting, the Musical” on...
Saturday, March 9, 2019
8:45 – 11:30 a.m.
Schmucker Middle School
P-H-M Elementary students, grades K-5
Registration Fee: $5 per child
Click here to register and pay online*Registration deadline has been extended to Friday, March 1
The Young Authors’...