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Prairie Heights High School

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There WILL BE SCHOOL on President’s Day, Feb. 15,
to make up for our snow day on Jan. 12.

 
Student of the month jan

 Student of the Month
  9th SETH SUTTON
10th LIZ GERMAN
11th DANNY EMERICK
12th EMILY GERMAN

8th grade Parent Night
Wednesday, Feb 24, @ 6PM
H.S. Auditorium
Counselors will go over:
Diploma requirements &
Scheduling 

Heading to Semi State

1st Place
Riley Rasler 138, Doug Levitz 152, Jed Levitz 160
2nd Place
Joey Blakeley 182 , Braxton Amos 285, Brady Johnson 170

Good Luck Panthers

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 Accepted ito IPFW
T
hree Rivers Honor Band


Noah Shoemaker
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Gold  Vocal  

Congratulations  Students 

Art News:
Logan Walter 

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Sea Turtler Places 3rd out of 150
 Huntington University H.S.


Regular Schedule
1st           8:05 –  8:54      
2nd          8:59 –  9:48                                    
3rd           9:53 – 10:42  
C3          10:47 - 11:15
4th          11:20 – 12:39
           A 11:15 – 11:45 (class 11:50 – 12:39) 
           B 12:09 – 12:39 (class 11:20 – 12:09)
5th          12:44 – 1:33      
6th          1:38 – 2:27       
7th          2:32 – 3:23
 

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Welcome to Prairie Heights High School PDF Print E-mail

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 4510    
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. MOORE-BOWERS GUIDANCE COUNSELOR                 351-2308 OR EXT 4650
MRS. SUTTON GUIDANCE COUNSELOR                                   351-2236 OR EXT 4640
MRS. FRIEND, GUIDANCE SECRETARY                                     351-2215 OR EXT 4630
MR. PFAFMAN  APEX                                                                       351-2148 OR EXT 4116
AUDITORIUM TICKET BOOTH                                                     351-2989   
SRO / TRANS. WISEL                                                                         351-2507


ANNOUNCEMENTS

There WILL BE SCHOOL on President's Day, Feb. 15,
to make up for our snow day on Jan. 12.

  
High School Seniors!

A second MCV4 or meningitis vaccine is required for all high school seniors. If your child has not gotten this second vaccine, please get it done as soon as possible and bring in verification to the HS clinic. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Pam Wingstrom, School Nurse at 260-351-2041.

You will be notified if this has not been done in the near future. It is a state requirement for 12th graders.

Attention Academic Super Bowl Team members: All academic super bowl team members should make contact with your subject area coaches this week to get information about this year's competition, "Hoosier Heritage". If you have any questions , see Mr. Monroe in Room 110. Make sure your coaches know your names and your interest in their subject area. These competitions will begin the 1st week in March. Start your preparation NOW!

Seniors ----Scholarships! Scholarships! Scholarships! Scholarship season is upon us. Visit the guidance webpage or the guidance office for an updated list of scholarships.

8th grade parent night will be Wednesday, February 24, 2016 @ 6PM in the High School Auditorium. Information will be presented to parents of current 8th grade students. The high school counselors will go over diploma requirements and scheduling questions with parents.

IMPACT applications are available in the guidance office. Interested sophomores and Jrs need to come to guidance and pick up an application ticket. Interested students will also need to complete an online application. Application tickets are due to guidance by 3/7.

Sophomores who want to shadow a program at IMPACT--- come to guidance to pick up a permission slip. 

All current Juniors who attend IMPACT and plan to attend IMPACT their senior need to complete an application to enroll in IMPACT for the 2016-2017 school year. Please come to guidance to pick up an application ticket and fill out an application online. Primary Health Care, Health Occupations Education (HOE), and Cosmetology application are due to guidance by February 10. All other applications are due to guidance by March 7, 2016.

This years Coaches vs. Cancer Basketball Game will be held on Friday, Feb. 19 vs. Lakeland. 

There will also be a Silent Auction and Bake Sale that night. So mark your calendar and come out to support a great cause. There are order forms in the High School office. or you can let me know.


ATTN: STUDENTS!

We now have an anonymous bullying box located in the back of the Guidance office. If you need to file a report but do not wish to be named, you can fill in the report and drop it in the box. We will check it daily.

Seniors ----Scholarships! Scholarships! Scholarships! Scholarship season is upon us. Visit the guidance webpage or the guidance office for an updated list of scholarships.

Attention Seniors!
The time has come. It is nearing the end of January and the end of high school. That means senior pictures and quotes and the last yearbook of your life! Senior photos can be uploaded through ReplayIt or will be collected with senior memories by Mrs. Shepard. You can submit your senior quote on the PHHS homepage, under yearbook, with your school email address. Buy that precious book filled with memories of you and friends to commemorate your final year of high school! You can order online at jostens.com or from Mrs. Bauer today! Orders only taken until March 18 so hurry before it's too late!

Juniors!

REMC youth tour to Washington DC. This year Steuben County REMC will send two local junior students on an 8-day, 7-night all-expenses-paid trip to see some of the nation's most iconic sights, including the 9/11 memorial in Shanksville, PA, the monuments and memorials on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., the battlefields at Gettysburg, and so much more. See your US History teacher or Mrs. Sutton in guidance for more information.


Students, want to wear a hat for the day? On Friday February 26th you can if you pay your first period teacher $1.00 for Junior Achievement Awareness day, "Hats on for JA Day". Vocational Students you will check in with Mrs. Huss on that Friday if you want to wear your hat. Let's join in and support our Junior Achievement. Hat's On.
 
Yearbook meeting Thursday February 18th 3:30-6:30 pm. You can not make it see Mrs. Bauer. Lots to talk about, see you there.






















 

 

 

 




 
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