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 will be open for Spring Break 2017!
WHEN: Monday, April 3 – Friday, April 7
6:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
*House of Bounce Carnival Day on Friday, April 7
WHERE: at the Mary Frank Elementary School location...
THE DEADLINE IS NOW EXTENDED TO WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1!
P-H-M’s annual Young Author’s Conference offers an opportunity for all P-H-M elementary students in grades K-5 and their parents to meet and learn from a well-known children’s author.
At Penn-Harris-Madison, we are proud to offer year-round academic enrichment, athletic and recreational activities for the students and families within our award winning school district.
For months, P-H-M administrators, teachers, coaches and staff...
Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation is nationally recognized as one of the “Best Communities for Music Education” offering choir, band, orchestra and even piano at our three middle schools.
Every P-H-M student who will be attending a P-H-M middle...