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Students in Grades 3-8 and students enrolled in Biology at Penn will take ILEARN Indiana’s, new computer-adaptive standardized test, this spring (April 22 – May 17) replacing the state’s previous test, ISTEP+. To see what subjects students will be tested...
student raising his hand
The show schedule for the 2018-19 school year has been set, with the first show of the season kicking off on Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 6:30. Click here for the full schedule.   Patrons are now able to reserve and purchase tickets online through the P-H-M ​...
The first day back for the school of the 2018-19 school year for Penn-Harris-Madison schools was Wednesday, August 22. Superintendent Dr. Jerry Thacker and Penn Principal Sean Galiher were up early to do live interviews on local South Bend TV stations...
A Look at P-H-M First Days of School for 2018-19 School Year
Today was New Teacher Orientation for Penn-Harris-Madison.      Madison is welcoming 3 new teachers.     Click to get more details on P-H-M’s Penn's New Teacher Class of 2018.
Madison New Teachers Class of 2018
The 2018-19 District Activities Calendar will be mailed around August 9 and 10 to all P-H-M families.    It lists key school and district events throughout the year.    To get a jump start on your planning and to know all your schools’ important Back-to-...
2018-19 School Year Calendar of Activities
If you are a hard worker, a team player, and want to get better at basketball, Penn Girls Basketball coach invites you to join the Penn Community Junior & Senior Girls Basketball family and be a part of a winning tradition.   This community-sponsored...
Penn Coach Kristi Ulrich with the Penn Girls Basketball team
The Madison PTO extends to all Madison Families, old and new, an invitation to the meet and greet other Madison Families at the PTO Ice Cream Social. The Social will be held August 16 on the Madison Playground from 6-8 pm. Come any time or come all the...
One of the most coveted awards at Madison is the WORK LIKE A WISLER AWARD. Classroom teachers nominate students who have exhibited WORK LIKE A WISLER traits in the classroom and during the school day. Mrs. Wisler is loved by all and brings a positive, I...
Mrs. Wisler
The National Geographic Bee is a renowned education program that challenges kids to learn about the world and how it works.  Students in grades 4 and 5 participated this year.   First place winner with medal:  Keegan Fall  
Continental Mathematics League is a competition that gives students opportunity to improve problem solving capabilities. Madison students in grades 3, 4, and 5 joined students all over the U.S.  answer questions that requires critical thinking.   Grade 3...

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