Welcome to Prairie Heights High School
WEATHER PHONE 351-3004
HIGH SCHOOL DIRECT 351-3039
HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE NUMBERS
MR. SWANDER, PRINCIPAL 351-2106 OR EXT 4500
MRS. HUSS, PRINCIPAL SECRETARY/TREASURER 351-2118 OR EXT 4530
MR. ARNDT, ASST. PRINCIPAL 351-2102 OR EXT 4501
MR.HELLER, ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 351-2139 OR EXT 4520
MRS. KUHN, ASST.PRINCIPAL & AD SECRETARY 351-2177 OR EXT 4540
MRS. WILHELM, ATTENDANCE SECRETARY 351-2154 OR EXT 4550
MRS. FRY GUIDANCE COUNSELOR 351-2236 OR EXT 4650
MRS. SUTTON GUIDANCE COUNSELOR 351-2308 OR EXT 4640
MS. COVELL, GUIDANCE SECRETARY 351-2215 OR EXT 4630
MR. PFAFMAN / MRS. SCHMIDT APEX 351-2148 OR EXT 4123
AUDITORIUM TICKET BOOTH 351-2989
Regular Schedulec3 8:10 - 8:271st 8:31 - 9:242nd 9:29 - 10:223rd 10:27 - 11:204th 11:20 - 12:50A 11:20 - 11:50 (class 11:55 - 12:50)B 12:20 - 12:50 (class 11:25 - 12:20)5th 12:55 - 1:506th 1:55 - 2:507th 2:55 - 3:53
Prom tickets are for sale before school and during C3 in Mrs. Hammel's room or immediately after school in Mrs. LaMaster's room. Remember, you may NOT purchase a ticket for a guest until the guests have been approved after April 18th. A guest is anyone who is not a current junior or senior at PHHS.
Attention all next year's Juniors and Seniors- Trine University Dual Enrollment Program has decreased their tuition for high school students who take a college course on their campus. The tuition cost is now $75 per credit hour. If you are interested in taking a college course on the Trine University campus next year, stop in the guidance office to learn how to enroll.
The final deadline to order a Prairie Heights Galaxy yearbook is TODAY!! If you haven't ordered one yet, visit www.jostens.com/yearbook or see Mrs. Bauer in room 126. They are now $65 and we won't be ordering extras this year. So, if you don't order one By The end of the day, you won't get one in August!
The library will open @ 7:30 each morning and close @ 4:oo each afternoon. Until the end of school. Also remember the library is closed B lunch everyday.
Are you looking for a new opportunity in a work environment that promotes teamwork and personal growth? Hudson Industries manufactures products for the automotive industry from their state-of-the-art, modern manufacturing facility in Hudson, Indiana. Operations include stamping, robotic welding, and an advanced automated roll forming operation. The company has experienced rapid growth creating immediate openings for varying levels of production team members; including experienced press operators, automated weld operators, assembly operators, a tool and die maker, and qualified maintenance personnel. Hudson Industries offers competitive wages and a world class benefits program, including an on-site medical clinic at no cost to employees or their immediate family. Whether you have experience in manufacturing or simply looking to start a career in a manufacturing environment, Hudson Industries wants you to become part of their outstanding team. Apply online at www.midwayproducts.com. We are located just off of sixty-nine on State Road four. Again, no applying in person, and yes Hudson Industries is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer.
Attention Academic Super Bowl Team Members: Our regional academic competition will be held next Tues., April 22nd at 5 PM at Hamilton High School. Meet in Mr. Monroe's room after school for our pregame snack and the bus will leave at 4:10 and return around 9:30 PM. If you have conflict with this date please notify your coach and Mr. Monroe.
REVISED SCHEDULE TO MAKE UP MISSED INSTRUCTIONAL DAYS:
In order to gain some instructional time before ISTEP and ECA testing, the board of trustees voted to attend school on Good Friday and extend the school day by thirty additional minutes starting on Monday, March 3rd. We will continue with the pattern of thirty additional minutes until April 28th. This will allow us to make-up three instructional days. (It takes six hours to make up one school day, so with thirty additional minutes, it will take us twelve days to make-up one school day). This will leave us with four days to add on to the end of the school year, making our last student day Friday, June 6.
If we have any further cancellations, we will continue on with the additional thirty minutes to make-up those days.
March 3 - March 18 (30 additional minutes = 1 school day)
March 19 - April 3 (30 additional minutes = 1 school day)
April 4 - April 28 (30 additional minutes = 1 school day)
April 29 - May 14 and May 15 - June 2 will be used if we have any further cancellations.