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Middle School Direct number 351-3038
Mr. Damon Witherspoon, Principal 351-2334
Mr. Robby Morgan, Assistant Principal 351-2346
Mrs. Karla Koomler, Counselor 351-2347
Mrs. Val Heinlen, Secretary 351- 2377
Mr. Brandon Rumsey, Athletic Director 351-3214 ext. 6815
Mrs. Deb Notestine, Attendance 351-2039
Mrs. Pam Wingstrom, Nurse 351-2041
Mrs. Chris Ream, Treasurer 351-2362
Ms. Amy Yoder, Speech 351-2044
Mrs. Sue Rhinesmith, Food Service 351-2070
Mrs. Deb Tipton, Psychologist 351- 2060
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Here we hope you can become better informed of upcoming events and browse through some of the work the students have produced. This site will also contain information about the staff, and news about the students as they continue to learn and grow.

PRAIRIE HEIGHTS IS LOOKING FOR SUBSTITUTES FOR TEACHERS AND AIDES. IF YOU HAVE AN INTEREST IN SUBBING FOR US PLEASE FILL OUT AN APPLICATION, WHICH CAN BE FOUND ON OUR MAIN WEBSITE, AND SUBMIT IT TO THE SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE.

MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRESS REPORTS WERE SENT HOME LAST FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, ALONG WITH A PICTURE ORDER FORM. PICTURE DAY IS TOMORROW, TUESDAY, SEPT. 23.

THE MIDDLE SCHOOL OFFICE IS OPEN FROM 7:00 AM-3:30 PM.

MS Volleyball practice is held Monday through Friday from 3:30-5:30 PM in the MS Gym.

Cross Country practices are held Monday through Thursday each week.

 

 

DAILY BULLETIN

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014

PRAIRIE HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL

 

Menu:

Hamburger on Bun

French Fries

Tomato Slice/Chopped Lettuce

Peach Dices

Choice of Milk

 

ALL STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS:

On Saturday the Panthers Cross Country teams traveled to West Noble for their biggest race of the year. With 34 schools running in the event, the Panthers had a great day and represented the small schools very well.

Still struggling through some injuries on the varsity team, the girls battled it out for a 19th place finish. The boys’ team had yet another great outing earning themselves and amazing 7th place team finish! Great job runners! We hope to see everyone out at the school farm tomorrow for our only home meet and Sports Rally against WV/WN/LL!  

 

The cross country Sports Rally is tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 23. Your $1.00 and completed permission forms are due by the end of the day TODAY, Monday, Sept. 22. If you don’t turn in your money and your form, you cannot attend the rally.

 

It’s College Go! Week in Indiana and here at PHMS. It’s not too early to begin thinking about your future.  Two websites that can help you explore lots of possibilities about your future are CollegeGoWeekIndiana.org and LearnMoreIndiana.org. You can access lots of college and career information at these sites as you begin that journey of what you want to do with “your life after high school.” There will also be activities taking place this week, including a contest sponsored by CollegeGoWeek. You can enter to win $529 in a College 529 Savings Plan. See Mrs. Koomler for entry forms. Forms will also be available in the cafeteria.

 

Picture day is TOMORROW, Tuesday, Sept. 23. Take your order form with you to your photo session and give it to the Stopher-King representative. Even if you are not buying pictures, have your picture taken so we can put in the yearbook.

 

 

 

 


PARENTS OF STUDENTS IN GRADES 7 & 8 CAN SIGN THEIR STUDENT UP FOR INDIANA'S 21ST CENTURY SCHOLARS PROGRAM. TO SEE IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE, AND TO ACCESS THE APPLICATION, GO TO Scholars.IN.gov. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS YOU CAN CALL 1-888-528-4719 OR EMAIL This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

A note for all parents: To sign up for Panther PAW, our program that allows parents to view their student's grades, lunch account balance, etc., you will need to create a new account. To create your account, go to the PHMS website (www.phms.ph.k12.in.us) and click on Panther PAW in the Quick Links box on the right side of the screen. The information you need will be found in this link. Make sure you click on the "Create Account" box to create your new account. You can, at the same time, sign up for school messenger in order to get alerts from the school regarding delays, closings, etc. If you have trouble creating your account for any reason call PH Tech at 260-351-3214 x4600. If there is no answer please leave  message.  If you do not have a home computer, you can set up and access your student's account from a computer here at school or at your local library.


BREAKFAST AND LUNCH PRICES FOR THE 2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR.
ELEMENTARY BREAKFAST IS $1.50/MIDDLE  & HIGH SCHOOL BREAKFAST IS $1.55.
ELEMENTARY LUNCH IS $2.10/MIDDLE SCHOOL LUNCH IS $2.20/HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH IS $2.25.
ADULT BREAKFAST $1.80/ADULT LUNCH IN EITHER BUILDING IS $2.95.
MILK/JUICE IN EITHER BUILDING IS $0.40.
IF YOU QUALIFY FOR REDUCED BREAKFAST IT IS $0.30 AND REDUCED LUNCH IS $0.40.

 

 

GET YOUR H.S.E. (HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA) THROUGH THE STEUBEN COUNTY LITERACY COALITION. TO SIGN UP FOR FREE CLASSES CALL (260) 665-1414. CLASSES ARE HELD IN ANGOLA AT 1208 S. WAYNE ST., MONDAY-WEDNESDAY FROM 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM AND FROM 4:00 - 8:00 PM AND IN FREMONT AT THE FREMONT PUBLIC LIBRARY MONDAY - WEDNESDAY FROM 4:00 - 8:00 PM. 

 

Visit the LearnMoreIndiana.org for information about how to attain your goal of attending college.
 

Direct dial numbers for the middle school are as follows:

Weather Phone: Call 351-3004 for fast, reliable information regarding school delays and closings. As soon as a decision is made regarding school delays or cancellations, the voice mail is updated.

Middle School Direct number 351-3038
Mr. Damon Witherspoon, Principal - 351-2346 or extension 6500
Mr. Robby Morgan, Assistant Principal - 351-2346 or extension 6510
Mrs. Karla Koomler, Counselor - 351-2347 or extension 6620
Mrs. Val Heinlen, Secretary - 351- 2377 or extension 6540
Mr. Brandon Rumsey, Athletic Director - 351-3214 extension 6815
Mrs. Deb Notestine, Attendance - 351-2039 or extension 2560
Mrs. Pam Wingstrom, Nurse - 351-2041 or extension 2570
Mrs. Chris Ream, Treasurer - 351-2362 or extension 6550
Mrs. Emily Miller, Speech - 351-2044 or extension 2520
Mrs. Sue Rhinesmith, Food Service - 351-2070 or extension 2670
Mrs. Deb Tipton, Psychologist - 351- 2060 or extension 6555

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAILY BULLETIN

TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 2014

PRAIRIE HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL

 

Menu:

Chicken Fajita Wrap w/Onions & Green Peppers

Garden Peas

Seasoned Rice

Pineapple & Mandarin Oranges

Choice of Milk

CHARGES ARE NO LONGER ALLOWED. MAKE SURE ALL PREVIOUS CHARGES ARE PAID.

 

ALL STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The all school awards program will be held on Friday, June 6 from 8:15/8:30-10:15/10:30. Parents are welcome to attend.

 

Athletic physicals for the upcoming 2014-15 school year will be given on Thurs., June 5, beginning at 3:00 PM at the HS training and locker rooms by the east (small) gym. No appointments are necessary. Physicals will be given on a first come, first served basis and will be over when the last person in line has had their physical. Physicals will be $20 each.

 

Today is the last day for our extended schedule. Tomorrow we will return to our original daily schedule.

 

Registration forms for the girl’s Summer Basketball Camp are due on Friday. Turn them in to Mrs. Heinlen in the office.

 

If you need a June menu, you can pick one up during lunch.

 

If you need a soccer registration form, Mr. Witherspoon will have some at lunch.

 

Mr. Fisher’s 8th period class needs to report to the media center on Wed. & Fri, June 4 & 6.

 

The LaGrange Communities Youth Centers, Inc. is sponsoring summer day camps from July 21-25 for students in grades 5-7. If you are interested pick up a registration form during lunch.

 

Any 6th or 7th graders who are interested in trying out for next year’s cheerleading team need to see Mrs. Moore, room 903 in the 5th grade hallway, for an informational packet. The second cheerleading clinic will be held tonight, Tuesday, June 3rd from 4:00 - 6:00 PM.  Try outs will be held on Thursday, June 5th from 4:00 - 6:00 PM in the MS choir room. You MUST have a physical on file before you can try out.

 

The LaGrange County 4-H is sponsoring a “Fore-H” Junior Golf Clinic, for students in grades 5, 6, 7 & 8, from June 16-19. Anyone who is interested in the clinic needs to pick up a flier during lunch.

 

There will be a dance for 7/8 graders on Thursday, June 5 from 3:15-5:00 in the MS café. You may dress up for this dance, but all clothing must be school appropriate. ONLY PHMS students can attend.

 

The Sturgis Elks Lodge #1381 is sponsoring a Youth Triathlon at the Sturgis Community Pool on Saturday, June 21. If you are interested pick up a brochure during lunch.

 

5TH GRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

6TH GRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

7TH GRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

8TH GRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The 8th grade family night & awards program will be held tonight from 5:30-8:00 PM in the MS cafeteria.

 

Any 8th grader student who is 15 years old or older who is interested in Drivers Ed., Drive Right Academy is offering the bookwork class at PHHS for 2 weeks from June 9-June 20 from 8-11 AM. in Room 103.  You MUST be present for ALL days in order to pass the class. To take the class, register online at www.driverightinc.com. If you have any questions contact Mrs. Huss in the HS front office or call her at 351-3214 x4530.

 
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