Do you like burrito bowls? Having a good time? Donating money to worthy causes? …Read more
Homecoming, it’s one of the most exciting times of the year. Everyone dressing up for spirit week, fun activities throughout the week, a parade with all of the clubs, a football game, and to top it off two lucky people …Read more
It is with a heavy heart that we bring you the news of this year’s powderpuff game & practices being cancelled. Powderpuff is a time for girls of every background to come together and play flag football.
The game was …Read more
March 12th, 2020 was the last day of in-person school for a lot of students; the rest of the in-person school year was cut short due to the outbreak of COVID-19. In early July students were given the option of …Read more
This is Maiya, a nine-year-old girl. Who has a heart of gold, and wants nothing but happiness for others. She’s in third grade at Meadow’s Edge Elementary.… Read more
From a young age, we’re told to express our emotions and that it’s okay not to be okay. But when we get older and we’re experiencing severe emotions which may be symptoms of depression or anxiety, we’re told to do …Read more
Penn Dance Marathon has come up with yet another way to raise money for Riley Children’s Hospital. They’ve partnered with South Bend Chocolate cafe to sell Easter chocolates. Items range from $5 to $12 and 50% of proceeds go to …Read more
Any boy interested in playing golf this year needs to attend the informational meeting on Thursday, January 31st at 3:30 pm in room 165.
Thank you!…Read more
Last Friday, December 13th Penn high school’s chapter of Champions together transformed the cafeteria into a winter wonderland. Many different clubs and sports teams were in attendance with different booths such as making winter cards, a “Ho ho ho toss”, …Read more
As Penn High School students might have ascertained, all PHM schools have been struggling with internet usage, the learning management system (Canvas), and Skyward, the student information system.
In the first week of December, teachers couldn’t access the two main …Read more