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Student Announcements: 

November 21, 2017

  • Students…don’t forget we don’t have school TOMORROW. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!!! We will see you on Monday.
  • SENIORS: Herff Jones will be here TODAY, during 4th period. They will meet with all seniors to present graduation items and cap & gown ordering information. If you missed the meeting, extra packets will be available in the PHS Guidance Office.
  • Congrats to our boy's and girl's swim and dive teams as they defeated Greenwood last night to start the season. Tonight they travel to Center Grove at 6:00. Good Luck!
  • It's a big night at PHS...GO RED PRIDE athletics:
  • Our Wrestlers are at HOME tonight vs. Avon at 6:00 in the fieldhouse. Good Luck Boys!
  • Our Lady Quakers are at HOME tonight in their first Mid-State conference game vs. Greenwood at 6:00 & 7:30. Good Luck ladies!
  • Come to PHS Wednesday night to cheer on our Lady Quaker Basketball team as they host Avon at 6:00 and 7:30!
  • Congratulations to our Red Pride Soccer Players, Kaiah Haberkorn and Jacob Leek, on their All-State awards! Kaiah was named to 3rd Team All-State and Jacob was named All-State Honorable Mention. Great work you two!
  • Don’t forget to visit the “Make an Impression Art Show” at the Plainfield Public Library through the end of November. Eight of our PHS students have their artwork on display.
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

November 20, 2017

  • SENIORS: Herff Jones will be here TOMORROW, November 21, during 4th period. They will meet with all seniors to present graduation items and cap & gown ordering information. Extra packets will be available in the PHS Guidance Office. Seniors, please be at school on Tuesday!
  • Congratulations to our Red Pride Soccer Players, Kaiah Haberkorn and Jacob Leek, on their All-State awards! Kaiah was named to 3rd Team All-State and Jacob was named All-State Honorable Mention. Great work you two!
  • Don’t forget to visit the “Make an Impression Art Show” at the Plainfield Public Library through the end of November. Eight of our PHS students have their artwork on display.
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

November 16, 2017

  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY! Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • "Little Women" is coming to our stage this weekend! Come see this classic novel come to life starting at 7:00 on Friday & and at 2:00 and 7:00 on Saturday. Tickets will be available at the door before every performance. Tickets are $8 for students & sr. citizens & $10 for adults. BUT, STUDENTS, we have an AWESOME special just for you. Come to the auditorium lobby TOMORROW BEFORE school to get a Little Women discount voucher. Bring the voucher with you to any show and your ticket will only be $5!!!!! Get a group of friends and come see this amazing show about friendship, family, hardship, and love all rolled into one! You won't want to miss it!
  • Attention All Students: TOMORROW is the LAST DAY to bring in items for Wheeler Mission. Any winter items for men, women or children are needed. Drop off items at door 1. Please help those in need and DONATE!
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in being a Sprinter, Hurdler, Pole Vaulter, High Jumper, Long Jumper, or Thrower on the 2018 Track teams and IS NOT currently participating in a Winter Sport needs to attend a meeting TOMORROW, November 17th in the LGI Room at 3:20pm. We will be discussing the Schedule for our Pre-Season Conditioning. Any questions see Coach Pelkey in Room E-203.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day TOMORROW will be donated. If you are missing anything, please check student services.
  • Students interested in learning more about the US Naval Academy are invited to attend a free information session at Brebeuf Jesuit on Monday, November 20th. Students must register online. See Guidance with questions.
  • SENIORS: Mark your calendars for Tuesday, November 21, during 4th period. Herff Jones will be here to meet with all seniors in the auditorium to present cap & gown ordering information. Extra packets will be available in the PHS Guidance Office. Seniors, please be at school on Tuesday!
  • Eight PHS students competed in the “Make an Impression Art Show” this past Friday night. Plainfield has competed in the show for the past two years and had not won any awards, but this year we won two first place ribbons, one second place and two honorable mentions. Emma Cooper received first place in the very competitive Drawing and Painting category, Grace Miller won both First place and an honorable mention for her photo entries, and Bliss Hamner received both 2nd place and an honorable mention for her 2D entries. The art teachers are exceedingly proud of the work that our students are creating and of all of our entries in the show. Congratulations to our talented students for their success. Their works will remain on display at the Plainfield Public Library until the end of November.
  • Our Red Pride Robotics Team 3487 finished quarter finalists at Boiler Bot Battle at Purdue this weekend. 3487 finished qualifications 3-2 and earned a spot as the 7th seed captain for the playoffs. We selected Carmel High School and Harrison High School to join us as alliance members for the tournament. We had an excellent showing this off-season and look forward to our start of the season in January, for the 2018 FRC game “Power Up”.
  • Great job PHS!!! At the blood drive last week, we collected 105 units of blood. That is the largest blood drive total since 2010!
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements:

November 14, 2017

  • Eight PHS students competed in the “Make an Impression Art Show” this past Friday night. Plainfield has competed in the show for the past two years and had not won any awards, but this year we won two first place ribbons, one second place and two honorable mentions. Emma Cooper received first place in the very competitive Drawing and Painting category, Grace Miller won both First place and an honorable mention for her photo entries, and Bliss Hamner received both 2nd place and an honorable mention for her 2D entries. The art teachers are exceedingly proud of the work that our students are creating and of all of our entries in the show. Congratulations to our talented students for their success. Their works will remain on display at the Plainfield Public Library until the end of November.
  • Our Red Pride Robotics Team 3487 finished quarter finalists at Boiler Bot Battle at Purdue this weekend. 3487 finished qualifications 3-2 and earned a spot as the 7th seed captain for the playoffs. We selected Carmel High School and Harrison High School to join us as alliance members for the tournament. We had an excellent showing this off-season and look forward to our start of the season in January, for the 2018 FRC game “Power Up”.
  • Great job PHS!!! At the blood drive last week, we collected 105 units of blood. That is the largest blood drive total since 2010!
  • Come out and cheer on your Lady Quaker Basketball team at HOME TONIGHT as they host Western Boone at 6:00 and 7:30. Go RED PRIDE!
  • Fall athletic patch orders are due in the athletic office by TOMORROW, Wednesday, November 15th. Forms are available in the athletic office or online.
  • Attention students: Do you have any extra winter clothing that you just won't ever wear? The Key Club is hosting a winter clothing drive for Wheeler Mission. If you have any old, or unneeded winter items for men, women, or children - please donate them! The drive lasts until this Friday, November 17th. The donation boxes will be outside each English class and at door 1 & 7. Please help those in need and DONATE TODAY!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, November 16. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • "Little Women" is coming to our stage! Come see this classic novel come to life this weekend starting at 7:00 on Nov. 17 & 18 and at 2:00 on Nov. 18. Tickets will be available at the door before every performance. Tickets are $8 for students & sr. citizens & $10 for adults. BUT, STUDENTS, we have an AWESOME special just for you. Come to the auditorium lobby Nov. 16 & 17 BEFORE school to get a Little Women discount voucher. Bring the voucher with you to any show and your ticket will only be $5!!!!! Get a group of friends and come see this amazing show about friendship, family, hardship, and love all rolled into one! You won't want to miss it!
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in being a Sprinter, Hurdler, Pole Vaulter, High Jumper, Long Jumper, or Thrower on the 2018 Track teams and IS NOT currently participating in a Winter Sport needs to attend a meeting this Friday, November 17th in the LGI Room at 3:20pm. We will be discussing the Schedule for our Pre-Season Conditioning. Any questions see Coach Pelkey in Room E-203.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day Friday will be donated. If you are missing anything, please check student services.
  • Students interested in learning more about the US Naval Academy are invited to attend a free information session at Brebeuf Jesuit on Nov. 20th. Students must register online. See Guidance with questions.
  • SENIORS: Mark your calendars for one week from today, November 21, during 4th period. Herff Jones will be here to meet with all seniors in the auditorium. Seniors will receive cap & gown ordering information at this time. Extra packets will be available in the PHS Guidance Office.
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

November 10, 2017

  • Make an Impression is an art show that includes student work from all of the high schools in Hendricks County. PHS will be entering works from eight of our students this year. The location for this year's show is at the Plainfield Public Library. The opening reception is TONIGHT from 6-9. Belles et Beaux will be performing at 8:00 tonight as well. The works will remain on display until the end of the November. Participating students include Logan Andre, Leah Wurtzel, Kristina Zick, Neveah Parks, Emma Cooper, Grace Miller, Bliss Hardin and Courtney Bruhn. Please come and support these talented student artists!
  • Great job PHS!!! At the blood drive this week, we collected 105 units of blood. That is the largest blood drive total since 2010!
  • If you haven’t heard…our Red Pride Marching Band are STATE CHAMPIONS! This is the FIRST band state championship in our school history!!! Come check out their HUGE trophy on display in the main office! Congratulations and great job to all students and staff involved!
  • Attention students: Do you have any extra winter clothing that you just won't ever wear? The Key Club will be hosting a winter clothing drive for Wheeler Mission. If you have any old, or unneeded winter items for men, women, or children - please donate them! The drive lasts until November 17th. The donation boxes will be outside each English class and at door 1 & 7. Please help those in need and donate today.
  • "Little Women" is coming to our stage! Come see this classic novel come to life starting at 7:00 on Nov. 17 & 18 and at 2:00 on Nov. 18. Tickets will be available at the door before every performance. Tickets are $8 for students & sr. citizens & $10 for adults. BUT, STUDENTS, we have an AWESOME special just for you. Come to the auditorium lobby on Nov. 16 & 17 BEFORE school to get a Little Women discount voucher. Bring the voucher with you to any show and your ticket will only be $5!!!!! Get a group of friends and come see this amazing show about friendship, family, hardship, and love all rolled into one! You won't want to miss it!
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in being a Sprinter, Hurdler, Pole Vaulter, High Jumper, Long Jumper, or Thrower on the 2018 Track teams and IS NOT currently participating in a Winter Sport needs to attend a meeting on Friday, November 17th in the LGI Room at 3:20pm. We will be discussing the Schedule for our Pre-Season Conditioning. Any questions see Coach Pelkey in Room E-203.
  • Freshmen, sophomores and juniors: The yearbook staff is getting ready to do the portrait section of the yearbook. If you go by a different name other than your official given name, please email Mrs. Burress at mburress@plainfield.k12.in.us to let us know how your name should appear in the yearbook. Seniors: no need to worry about yours; you filled yours out on your senior accomplishment forms.
  • Students interested in learning more about the US Naval Academy are invited to attend a free information session at Brebeuf Jesuit on Nov. 20th. Students must register online. See Guidance with questions. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeeOcB9Y2J3Ubrb_6gv41vSGshKsta2HX8wTR6h1TGcnZdc5w/viewform
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements:

November 9, 2017

  • STUDENTS: TOMORROW IS VETERAN’S DAY. Please wear RED, WHITE AND BLUE in honor of those serving and those that have served our country.
  • Our PHS Girls Basketball team plays at Danville TONIGHT! Games are at 6:00 and 7:30. Good Luck ladies!
  • If you haven’t heard…our Red Pride Marching Band are STATE CHAMPIONS! This is the FIRST band state championship in our school history!!! Come check out their HUGE trophy on display in the main office! Congratulations and great job to all students and staff involved!
  • The Social Studies Academic Super Bowl meeting for today after school has been CANCELLED. Please check the study materials on Schoology.
  • Veteran’s Day is observed tomorrow. Once again, PHS is having their wall of honor. Check out the flag display in the Ellipse tomorrow.
  • Any student who did not make it to the Academic Super Bowl callout meeting but still wants to be part of the Academic Super Bowl this year should see one of the following teachers: Mr. Early, Mr. C. Cavanaugh, Mrs.Treash, Mrs. Gossmann, Mrs. Clark, or Mr. Peters.
  • Attention students: Do you have any extra winter clothing that you just won't ever wear? The Key Club will be hosting a winter clothing drive for Wheeler Mission. If you have any old, or unneeded winter items for men, women, or children - please donate them! The drive lasts until November 17th. The donation boxes will be outside each English class and at door 1 & 7. Please help those in need and donate today!
  • Make an Impression is an art show that includes student work from all of the high schools in Hendricks County. PHS will be entering works from eight of our students this year. The location for this year's show is at the Plainfield Public Library. The opening reception is on November 10th from 6-9. The works will remain on display until the end of the November. Participating students include Logan Andre, Leah Wurtzel, Kristina Zick, Neveah Parks, Emma Cooper, Grace Miller, Bliss Hardin and Courtney Bruhn. Please come and support these talented student artists!
  • "Little Women" is coming to our stage! Come see this classic novel come to life starting at 7:00 on Nov. 17 & 18 and at 2:00 on Nov. 18. Tickets will be available at the door before every performance. Tickets are $8 for students & sr. citizens & $10 for adults. BUT, STUDENTS, we have an AWESOME special just for you. Come to the auditorium lobby on Nov. 16 & 17 BEFORE school to get a Little Women discount voucher. Bring the voucher with you to any show and your ticket will only be $5!!!!! Get a group of friends and come see this amazing show about friendship, family, hardship, and love all rolled into one! You won't want to miss it!
  • Freshmen, sophomores and juniors: The yearbook staff is getting ready to do the portrait section of the yearbook. If you go by a different name other than your official given name, please email Mrs. Burress at mburress@plainfield.k12.in.us to let us know how your name should appear in the yearbook. Seniors: no need to worry about yours; you filled yours out on your senior accomplishment forms.
  • Students interested in learning more about the US Naval Academy are invited to attend a free information session at Brebeuf Jesuit on Nov. 20th. Students must register online. See Guidance with questions. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeeOcB9Y2J3Ubrb_6gv41vSGshKsta2HX8wTR6h1TGcnZdc5w/viewform
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

November 7, 2017

  • Congratulations to our STATE CHAMPION Red Pride Marching Band! They won the ISSMA Class B Marching Band State Championship on Saturday. This is the FIRST band state championship in our school history!!! Come check out their HUGE trophy on display in the main office! Great job to all students and staff involved!
  • The Blood Drive is TODAY in the main gym. If you registered in advance, please show up at your assigned time.
  • All study halls except 5th period will meet in a different location today:

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 7th periods will meet in the cafeteria

5th will remain in the LGI room

6th period will meet in the auditorium

  • Attention all students: Veteran’s Day is observed on November 10. Once again, PHS is having their wall of honor. If you have a family member, or friend that has served or is serving in the military please provide their name on the list during all lunches starting today so that they will be included.
  • Any student who did not make it to the Academic Super Bowl callout meeting but still wants to be part of the Academic Super Bowl this year should see one of the following teachers: Mr. Early, Mr. C. Cavanaugh, Mrs.Treash, Mrs. Gossmann, Mrs. Clark, or Mr. Peters.
  • Attention students: Did you get into your coat closet this weekend only to find out your coat was too small or too big? Do you have any extra winter clothing that you just won't ever wear? The Key Club will be hosting a winter clothing drive for Wheeler Mission. If you have any old, or unneeded winter items for men, women, or children - please donate them! These include hats, gloves, coats, winter shoes/boots, socks, long underwear, and hygiene items such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, and deodorant. The drive lasts until November 17th. The donation boxes will be outside each English class and at door 1 & 7. Please help those in need and donate today!
  • The Girls Basketball game at Danville was originally scheduled for this Friday, Nov. 10. Due to Danville’s football team winning sectional and playing this Friday, the girls basketball game at Danville will now be played Thursday, Nov. 9.
  • Make an Impression is an art show that includes student work from all of the high schools in Hendricks County. PHS will be entering works from eight of our students this year. The location for this year's show is at the Plainfield Public Library. The opening reception is on November 10th from 6-9. The works will remain on display until the end of the November. Participating students include Logan Andre, Leah Wurtzel, Kristina Zick, Neveah Parks, Emma Cooper, Grace Miller, Bliss Hardin and Courtney Bruhn. Please come and support these talented student artists!
  • Freshmen, sophomores and juniors: The yearbook staff is getting ready to do the portrait section of the yearbook. If you go by a different name other than your official given name, please email Mrs. Burress at mburress@plainfield.k12.in.us to let us know how your name should appear in the yearbook. Seniors: no need to worry about yours; you filled yours out on your senior accomplishment forms.
  • Students interested in learning more about the US Naval Academy are invited to attend a free information session at Brebeuf Jesuit on Nov. 20th. Students must register online. See Guidance with questions. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeeOcB9Y2J3Ubrb_6gv41vSGshKsta2HX8wTR6h1TGcnZdc5w/viewform
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements:

November 6, 2017

  • Congratulations to our STATE CHAMPION Red Pride Marching Band! They won the ISSMA Class B Marching Band State Championship on Saturday. This is the FIRST band state championship in our school history!!! Great job to all students and staff involved!

Student Announcements: 

November 3, 2017

  • Congratulations to the following students for winning the prize drawing from the Guitar Center in Greenwood: David Abbott, Grace Britton, Emily Burns, Cameron Holt, and Jasmine Mallett. To claim your prize voucher, please stop by the main office.
  • Any Boy or Girl interested in running a distance event for the Track team and is NOT currently involved in a winter sport, needs to attend the Track Distance Runners Call-Out meeting at 3:15 pm TODAY. The meeting will take place in Room E-203. Any questions should be addressed to Coach Pelkey or Coach Orender.
  • Good Luck to our PHS Marching Band at State Finals this Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Class B Competition begins at 1:15 and we march at 2:38. Congratulations Band and Good Luck at State!
  • Attention students: Did you get into your coat closet this weekend only to find out your coat was too small or too big? Do you have any extra winter clothing that you just won't ever wear? The Key Club will be hosting a winter clothing drive for Wheeler Mission. If you have any old, or unneeded winter items for men, women, or children - please donate them! These include hats, gloves, coats, winter shoes/boots, socks, long underwear, and hygiene items such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, and deodorant. The drive begins today and lasts until November 17th. The donation boxes will be outside each English class. Please donate today!
  • Our PHS Lady Quaker Basketball team hosts Brownsburg this Saturday night, November 4 at HOME. Games are at 6:00 and 7:30. Good Luck lady Quakers!
  • Seniors – need help filing your FAFSA? Attend College Goal Sunday on this Sunday, Nov. 5th at Ivy Tech in Avon. This program will allow students and families the opportunity to sit down with financial aid experts to file their FAFSA. The program will start at 2:00 pm.
  • Freshmen, sophomores and juniors: The yearbook staff is getting ready to do the portrait section of the yearbook. If you go by a different name other than your official given name, please email Mrs. Burress at mburress@plainfield.k12.in.us to let us know how your name should appear in the yearbook. Seniors: no need to worry about yours; you filled yours out on your senior accomplishment forms.
  • The PHS Blood Drive is next Tuesday, November 7! Sign-ups are taking place this week in all lunches! There is a blood supply shortage...let’s help out and donate blood!
  • Students interested in learning more about the US Naval Academy are invited to attend a free information session at Brebeuf Jesuit on Nov. 20th. Students must register online. See Guidance with questions. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeeOcB9Y2J3Ubrb_6gv41vSGshKsta2HX8wTR6h1TGcnZdc5w/viewform
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

November 2, 2017

  • Good Luck to our PHS Marching Band at State Finals this Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Class B Competition begins at 1:15 and we march at 2:38. Tickets for State Marching Band Finals are on sale TONIGHT from 5:30-9:00 p.m. at door 21 and Saturday from 6:00-9:00 a.m. in the band hallway. Adult tickets are $20 and students are $18. Congratulations Band and Good Luck at State!
  • Attention Students…Have an interest in Music? Want to win a prize voucher worth $100? The Guitar Center in Greenwood is giving away one month of FREE music lessons! In fact, we have five vouchers to give away. A random drawing will be held TOMORROW, November 3 at 11:30 and the 5 winners will be announced during lunch. If you want to enter for a chance to win, please come to the main office to complete an entry form TODAY. The deadline to enter is Friday morning at 8:00 a.m.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY. Cash and card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Attention ALL STUDENTS! The callout meeting for the Academic Super Bowl is TODAY after school at 3:15 in the CHAP room. Delicious snacks will be included! If you are interested in the group and cannot make the meeting, see one of these teachers: Mr. C. Cavanaugh, Mr. Early, Mrs. Gossmann, Mrs. Treash, Mrs. Clark, or Mr. Peters.
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit TOMORROW, by wearing your Plainfield Spirit Wear and get a chance to win a gift card donated by the PHS PTO. There will be one winner chosen each lunch period.
  • Any Boy or Girl interested in running a distance event for the Track team and is NOT currently involved in a winter sport, needs to attend the Track Distance Runners Call-Out meeting at 3:15 pm TOMORROW, November 3rd. The meeting will take place in Room E-203. Any questions should be addressed to Coach Pelkey or Coach Orender.
  • Attention students: Did you get into your coat closet this weekend only to find out your coat was too small or too big? Do you have any extra winter clothing that you just won't ever wear? The Key Club will be hosting a winter clothing drive for Wheeler Mission. If you have any old, or unneeded winter items for men, women, or children - please donate them! These include hats, gloves, coats, winter shoes/boots, socks, long underwear, and hygiene items such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, and deodorant. The drive will begin tomorrow, November 3rd, and last until November 17th. The donation boxes will be outside each English class. Please donate today!
  • Our PHS Lady Quaker Basketball team hosts Brownsburg this Saturday night, November 4 at HOME. Games are at 6:00 and 7:30.
  • Seniors – need help filing your FAFSA? Attend College Goal Sunday on this Sunday, Nov. 5th at Ivy Tech in Avon. This program will allow students and families the opportunity to sit down with financial aid experts to file their FAFSA. The program will start at 2:00 pm.
  • Freshmen, sophomores and juniors: The yearbook staff is getting ready to do the portrait section of the yearbook. If you go by a different name other than your official given name, please email Mrs. Burress at mburress@plainfield.k12.in.us to let us know how your name should appear in the yearbook. Seniors: no need to worry about yours; you filled yours out on your senior accomplishment forms.
  • The PHS Blood Drive is next Tuesday, November 7! Sign-ups are taking place this week in all lunches! There is a blood supply shortage...let’s help out and donate blood!
  • Congratulations to the publications staffs for awards they won at the Indiana High School Press Association convention on Oct. 19/20. Both the Quaker Shaker newsmagazine and the Silhouettes yearbook were finalists in the Hoosier Star competition. The yearbook won first place in ads, academic spreads, and spot news photos; second place in sports photo; and honorable mentions in organization spreads, student life spreads sports spreads, and feature photo. The newsmagazine won first place in ads, second place in news writing, and third place in civic journalism, infographics, sports writing, and page design.
  • Students interested in learning more about the US Naval Academy are invited to attend a free information session at Brebeuf Jesuit on Nov. 20th. Students must register online. See Guidance with questions. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeeOcB9Y2J3Ubrb_6gv41vSGshKsta2HX8wTR6h1TGcnZdc5w/viewform
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

October 31, 2017

  • This past weekend the PHS Marching Band competed at the ISSMA Class B Semi-State competition placing in the top 10 bands in the State of Indiana so they are now on their way to STATE FINALS! This coming Saturday is the State Competition at Lucas Oil Stadium. Please come and support the band as they compete for the state championship. We march at 2:38 and Class B bands begin at 1:15. Congratulations and Good Luck at STATE!
  • Tickets for State Marching Band Finals are on sale Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30 - 9:00 p.m. at door 21 and Saturday from 6:00 - 9:00 a.m. in the band hallway. Adult tickets are $20 and students are $18.
  • Our PHS Lady Quaker Basketball team starts their season at HOME TONIGHT against Center Grove at 6:00 and 7:30. They then host Brownsburg this Saturday night, November 4 at HOME.
  • Attention Students…Have an interest in Music? Want to win a prize voucher worth $100? The Guitar Center in Greenwood is giving away one month of FREE music lessons! In fact, we have five vouchers to give away. A random drawing will be held on Friday, November 3 at 11:30 and the 5 winners will be announced during lunch. If you want to enter for a chance to win, please come to the main office to complete an entry form. The deadline to enter is Friday, November 3 at 8:00 a.m.
  • Congratulations to the publications staffs for awards they won at the Indiana High School Press Association convention on Oct. 19/20. Both the Quaker Shaker newsmagazine and the Silhouettes yearbook were finalists in the Hoosier Star competition. The yearbook won first place in ads, academic spreads, and spot news photos; second place in sports photo; and honorable mentions in organization spreads, student life spreads sports spreads, and feature photo. The newsmagazine won first place in ads, second place in news writing, and third place in civic journalism, infographics, sports writing, and page design.
  • Seniors: Your senior superlative forms are due in room E104 by the end of the day Wednesday, November 1. Extra forms are available in E104 if you did not get one.
  • After taking a three-week hiatus, FCA is back at it. FCA will meet again this Thursday morning at 7:21 in room A121. See you at FCA.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, November 2. Cash and card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • This announcement is for any student! The callout meeting for the Academic Super Bowl has changed. It is this Thursday after school at 3:15 in the CHAP room. Delicious snacks will be included! If you are interested and cannot make the meeting, see one of these teachers: Mr. C. Cavanaugh, Mr. Early, Mrs. Gossmann, Mrs. Treash, Mrs. Clark, or Mr. Peters.
  • Freshmen, sophomores and juniors: The yearbook staff is getting ready to do the portrait section of the yearbook. If you go by a different name other than your official given name, please email Mrs. Burress at mburress@plainfield.k12.in.us to let us know how your name should appear in the yearbook. Seniors: no need to worry about yours; you filled yours out on your senior accomplishment forms.
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit this Friday, November 3rd by wearing your Plainfield Spirit Wear and get a chance to win a gift card donated by the PHS PTO. There will be one winner chosen each lunch period.
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in running a distance event for the Track team and is NOT currently involved in a winter sport, needs to attend the Track Distance Runners Call-Out meeting at 3:15 pm this Friday, November 3rd. The meeting will take place in Room E-203. Any questions should be addressed to Coach Pelkey or Coach Orender.
  • The PHS Blood Drive is next Tuesday, November 7! Sign-ups are taking place all this week in all lunches! There is a blood supply shortage...let’s help out PHS!
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

October 25, 2017

  • Students…just a friendly reminder…you DON’T have school TOMORROW! It’s a teacher in-service day. See you on Friday!
  • Attention Students…Have an interest in Music? Want to win a prize voucher worth $100? The Guitar Center in Greenwood is giving away one month of FREE music lessons! In fact, we have five vouchers to give away. A random drawing will be held on Friday, November 3 at 11:30 and the 5 winners will be announced during lunch. If you want to enter for a chance to win, please come to the main office to complete an entry form. The deadline to enter is Friday, November 3 at 8:00 a.m.
  • This Thursday night the PHS Marching Band is hosting a Halloween themed Community Night. Trick or Treat begins at 7:30 and the band performs at 8:30. Please come in costume if you want and enjoy a fun filled night!
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • There will be a CIESC Driver Ed Class starting Monday, October 30th. The class will run from 3:20 p.m. to 5:50 p.m. Monday's through Thursday's for 3 weeks. You can still sign up for this class at http://driveredsafety.com/. Any questions see Mr. Pelkey in E-203.
  • Seniors: Which person in your class has the worst case of senioritis? Who is most likely to win a rap battle? It's up to YOU to decide. Starting today, pick up a Senior Superlative form during lunch from a yearbook staff member and fill it out. All superlative forms are due in E104 by November 1. One form per person, please.
  • Wanna be part of something grand, like the Super Bowl? Then come to the Academic Super Bowl callout meeting next Wednesday, November 1, after school, in the CHAP room. You can also see Mr. C. Cavanaugh, Mr. Early, Mrs. Gossmann, Mrs. Treash, Mrs. Clark, or Mr. Peters if you are interested but cannot make the meeting.
  • Congratulations to the publications staffs for awards they won at the Indiana High School Press Association convention on Oct. 19/20. Both the Quaker Shaker newsmagazine and the Silhouettes yearbook were finalists in the Hoosier Star competition. The yearbook won first place in ads, academic spreads, and spot news photos; second place in sports photo; and honorable mentions in organization spreads, student life spreads sports spreads, and feature photo. The newsmagazine won first place in ads, second place in news writing, and third place in civic journalism, infographics, sports writing, and page design.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

October 24, 2017

  • Attention all students interested in wrestling this year. There is a mandatory meeting in the Wrestling room TODAY at 3:20. Please contact Coach Smiley or Coach Ferguson if you cannot attend due to a prior obligation.
  • Saturday, November 4th is the SAT at Plainfield High School. The late registration deadline is TODAY, October 24th so there is still time to register. Please see guidance if you have any questions.
  • Our baseball and softball teams will have a meeting TOMORROW morning at 7:30am in the LGI room. Anyone interested in playing in the spring is encouraged to attend.
  • Tomorrow is another SMART Wednesday and it is a ‘Be Involved Day’. The following clubs will be meeting:

RDM- Ferguson (Auditorium)

FCA [Leadership) - Peters / Armstrong (A204)

MSA- Farris (E110)

Yearbook / Newsmagazine - Burress (E102)

Reading Club - DuBois (G104)

Prom Committee - Nichols / Hacker (E209)

Junior Optimist - Treash / Whicker (LGI)

Pickleball Club - Royer (Fieldhouse)

Art Club - McCormick (A118)

French Club - Gossmann (E204)

DECA - Craft (G103)

  • Guidance counselors will be available in the guidance office tomorrow during SMART to help seniors with the college application process. Please email your guidance counselor if you’d like a pass during SMART tomorrow to meet with your counselor.
  • Any junior interested in serving on the Prom Committee, please attend a call-out meeting during the SMART period tomorrow, October 25, in Room E209 (Mrs. Nichols). Looking forward to participation from lots of creative people who want to make Prom 2018 the best yet!
  • The Reading Club will meet this Wednesday, October 25th during the SMART period. We will meet in room G104. Hopefully you had time to read, The Flame in the Mist by Renée Ahdieh. If you were not able to read the entire book, please still attend the meeting. See Mrs. DuBois in the media center if you have any questions.
  • The PHS Marching Band competed at Bands of America on last Friday. There were a total of 68 bands from around the country competing in the preliminary competition. Plainfield was not one of the top 14 to advance to the finals, but they scored well. They are now focusing on the semi-state competition this weekend at Pike High School and State Finals the following weekend at Lucas Oil Stadium. This Thursday night the band is hosting a Halloween themed Community Night. Trick or Treat begins at 7:30 and the band performs at 8:30. Please come in costume if you want and enjoy a fun filled night!
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • There will be a CIESC Driver Ed Class starting Monday, October 30th. The class will run from 3:20 p.m. to 5:50 p.m. Monday's through Thursday's for 3 weeks. You can still sign up for this class at http://driveredsafety.com/. Any questions see Mr. Pelkey in E-203.
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Seniors: Which person in your class has the worst case of senioritis? Who is most likely to win a rap battle? It's up to YOU to decide. Starting today, pick up a Senior Superlative form during lunch from a yearbook staff member and fill it out. All superlative forms are due in E104 by November 1. One form per person, please.
  • Wanna be part of a something grand, like the Super Bowl? Then come to the Academic Super Bowl callout meeting next Wednesday, November 1, after school, in the CHAP room. You can also see Mr. C. Cavanaugh, Mr. Early, Mrs. Gossmann, Mrs. Treash, Mrs. Clark, or Mr. Peters if you are interested but cannot make the meeting.
  • Students…just a friendly reminder…you DON’T have school this Thursday! It’s a teacher in-service day.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

October 12, 2017

  • Friday night is Senior Night at the home football game. Game time is 7:00 vs. Martinsville. The dress up theme is ‘pink out’! Come and support your Red Pride Football Team and all of the seniors!
  • The Quaker Corner is selling Pink "Cancer Awareness" shirts for Friday's home football game. Shirts are $10.00 and all profits will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Shirts are first come while supplies last.
  • Good Luck to our volleyball team as they face Brownsburg in sectional action tonight. They play at 6:00 at Terre Haute North. Good Luck ladies!
  • Our Red Pride Cheer Program is hosting a 1-day, Try-Out for Basketball Season! The try-out will be TODAY from 3:30-4:30 pm in the Fieldhouse on Court 4. It is open to any interested freshmen, sophomores & juniors. Please report to the fieldhouse in practice gear (T-Shirt, Running Shorts, & Tennis/Cheer Shoes) promptly at 3:30pm. (A physical form must be on file to participate) See Coach Moscoloni in Room E112 if you have questions or are unable to attend TODAY.
  • The Plainfield Girls Soccer Team won their first ever sectional title on Saturday! The Lady Quakers beat Avon 3-0! Kaiah Haberkorn scored two goals and 1 assist and Andrea Wright also scored for the Lady Quakers. The Mid-State and Sectional Champs will play Guerin Catholic in Regional action at Zionsville on Saturday at noon. Thanks for all the support of the Plainfield Girls Soccer Program!!!
  • Congrats and Good Luck to both of our cross-country teams at Regionals this Saturday at Ben Davis.
  • Congratulations to our PHS marching band for bringing home first place and winning several caption awards this past Saturday in rainy/windy weather conditions. This weekend they will be at Evansville for State Regional Competition. Good luck and have a great show!!
  • Seniors: TOMORROW is the deadline to turn in all ‘golden tickets’ for the November 1 application deadline.
  • Seniors: Make sure you turn in your senior accomplishment forms to Mrs. Burress in room E104 before you leave for Fall Break TOMORROW. Your senior English teacher has forms if you didn't get one.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day TOMORROW will be donated.
  • Students…Don’t forget to stop by the media center today to check out your reading material for Fall Break.
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • Tryouts for the girls basketball team will be conducted on Monday, October 16th and Tuesday, October 17th from 9 am to noon. Please contact Mr. Benge in room F205 with any questions.
  • Saturday, November 4th is the SAT at Plainfield High School. The late registration deadline is Thursday, October 24th so there is still time to register. Please see guidance if you have any questions.
  • There will be a CIESC Driver Ed Class starting Monday, October 30th. The class will run from 3:20 p.m. to 5:50 p.m. Monday's through Thursday's for 3 weeks. You can still sign up for this class at http://driveredsafety.com/. Any questions see Mr. Pelkey in E-203.
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.
  • Next week is Fall Break…ENJOY THE WEEK! See you back on Monday, October 23!

Student Announcements:

October 10, 2017

  • The Plainfield Girls Soccer Team won their first ever sectional title on Saturday! The Lady Quakers beat Avon 3-0! Kaiah Haberkorn scored two goals and 1 assist and Andrea Wright also scored for the Lady Quakers. The Mid-State and Sectional Champs will play Guerin Catholic in Regional action at Zionsville on Saturday at noon. Thanks for all the support of the Plainfield Girls Soccer Program!!!
  • Congratulations to our PHS marching band for bringing home first place and winning several caption awards this past Saturday in rainy/windy weather conditions. This weekend they will be at Evansville for State Regional Competition. Good luck and have a great show!!
  • The Quaker Corner will be selling Pink "Cancer Awareness" shirts for Friday's home football game. Shirts are $10.00 and all profits will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Shirts are first come while supplies last.
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • During October 8-14 teens are encouraged to “Unleash Your Story” for Teen Read Week! Stop by the media center today to find something great to read for your enjoyment. We have a little something for everyone, including fantasy titles, adventure books, sci-fi stories and more.
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Students interested in participating in 4-H are invited to the Hendricks County Fairgrounds TODAY, from 4-8 pm for an open house.
  • Come to Chick-fil-A TONIGHT from 5-8 to support the PHS Dance Team. Just mention the team as you pay to help us with this fundraiser. Thanks for your support!
  • There will be no NHS tutoring on Wednesday, October 11 because Seniors will be out of the building for college day.
  • MSA will meet on Thursday, 10/12, at 7:30 a.m. in room E110. Check our Schoology group for specific information!
  • Our Red Pride Cheer Program is hosting a 1-day, Try-Out for Basketball Season! The try-out will be this Thursday from 3:30-4:30pm in the Fieldhouse on Court 4. It is open to any interested freshmen, sophomores & juniors. Please report to the fieldhouse in practice gear (T-Shirt, Running Shorts, & Tennis/Cheer Shoes) promptly at 3:30pm. (A physical form must be on file to participate) See Coach Moscoloni in Room E112 if you have questions or are unable to attend this Thursday from 3:30-4:30pm.
  • Seniors: Make sure you turn in your senior accomplishment forms to E104 before you leave for Fall Break this Friday, October 13. Your senior English teacher has forms if you didn't get one.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day this Friday will be donated.
  • There will be a CIESC Driver Ed Class starting Monday, October 30th. The class will run from 3:20 p.m. to 5:50 p.m. Monday's through Thursday's for 3 weeks. You can still sign up for this class at http://driveredsafety.com/ Any questions see Mr. Pelkey in E-203.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sports event all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

October 5, 2017

  • CONGRATULATIONS to Kayla Benge! She won the individual State Golf Championship and the IHSAA Mental Attitude Award this past weekend! Way to go State Champ!
  • Good Luck to our girls’ soccer team in sectional action TONIGHT! They play at HOME at 7:00 against Decatur Central. Let’s pack our house and Go Red Pride!
  • Attention PHS seniors and parents. We will continue to accept the Preparing for College & Career Day form until Friday, October 6th. As a reminder, seniors have three options on Oct. 11th: college visit, job shadow, or report to school and take the ASVAB. Please indicate your plan on the form and return it to guidance as soon as possible! Please see guidance if you need another form.
  • Attention Students: Hurricane victims need our help!Key Club will be collecting non-perishable food items for the families in Puerto Rico. Please drop off all non-perishable food items to Mrs. Rowland’s classroom E107 by this Friday…that’s TOMORROW. This is an URGENT need. Let’s help those devastated by the hurricanes.
  • Students: If you have book fee money in your backpack that you need to turn in for your parents, PLEASE take it to the treasurer TODAY!
  • Tennis open courts for tonight have been cancelled. We will hit again on Monday from 3:30-5:15. You must have a physical and all online paperwork completed to participate. If you missed the call-out meeting, please see Coach Siepman at the main office.
  • Student: Please go to @1070thefan on Twitter and vote for State Golf Champion and IHSAA Mental Attitude award winner Kayla Benge for the BSN Athlete of the week award! Voting ends at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow!
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Any students interested in playing pickleball are invited to attend a meeting TODAY after school in the LGI room.
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit TOMORROW by wearing your Plainfield Spirit Wear and get a chance to win a gift card. There will be one winner chosen every lunch period.
  • Students: If you were absent on picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10, that’s next Tuesday! Come to the main office to pick up a picture form. If you want to have your photo re-taken for any other reason, you must contact Hanke Photographers prior to October 10.
  • Students interested in participating in 4-H are invited to the Hendricks County Fairgrounds, on October 10, from 4-8 pm for an open house.
  • Seniors: Make sure you turn in your senior accomplishment forms to E104 before you leave for Fall Break on October 13. Your senior English teacher has forms if you didn't get one.
  • There will be a CIESC Driver Ed Class starting Monday, October 30th. The class will run from 3:20 p.m. to 5:50 p.m. Monday's through Thursday's for 3 weeks. You can still sign up for this class at http://driveredsafety.com/ Any questions see Mr. Pelkey in E-203.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sports event all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

October 4, 2017

  • CONGRATULATIONS to Kayla Benge! She won the individual State Golf Championship and the Mental Attitude Award this past weekend!
  • The PHS Boys Soccer team plays Avon TONIGHT in sectional action. The game is at 5:00 at Avon – come out and support our boys as they try to advance to the Sectional Final! We need a big RED PRIDE crowd!
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any girl interested in playing tennis this spring. The meeting is TODAY, October 4 at 3:30 in the cafeteria. After the meeting, there will be open hitting on the courts until 5:15. Open hitting will also be on Thursday from 3:30-5:15. If you can’t attend or have any questions, please see Coach Siepman at the main office on Thursday.
  • Attention PHS seniors and parents. We will continue to accept the Preparing for College & Career Day form until Friday, October 6th. As a reminder, seniors have three options on Oct. 11th: college visit, job shadow, or report to school and take the ASVAB. Please indicate your plan on the form and return it to guidance as soon as possible! Please see guidance if you need another form.
  • Attention Students: Key Club will be collecting non-perishable food items for the families in Puerto Rico. Please drop off all non-perishable food items to Mrs. Rowland’s classroom E107 by this Friday, October 6th. This is an URGENT need. Let’s help those devastated by the hurricanes.
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays in room E206 after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information.
  • Any students interested in playing pickleball, are invited to attend a meeting this Thursday before or after school. The 7:40 a.m. meeting will be in G104 and the after school meeting will be in the LGI room.
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit this Friday, October 6th by wearing your Plainfield Spirit Wear and get a chance to win a gift card. There will be one winner chosen every lunch period.
  • Students: If you were absent on picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10! Come to the main office to pick up a picture form. If you want to have your photo re-taken for any other reason, you must contact Hanke Photographers prior to October 10.
  • Seniors: Make sure you turn in your senior accomplishment forms to E104 before you leave for Fall Break on October 13. Your senior English teacher has forms if you didn't get one.
  • There will be a CIESC Driver Ed Class starting Monday, October 30th. The class will run from 3:20pm to 5:50pm Monday's through Thursday's for 3 weeks. You can still sign up for this class at http://driveredsafety.com/ Any questions see Mr. Pelkey in E-203.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sports event all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

October 3, 2017

  • CONGRATULATIONS to Kayla Benge! She won the individual State Golf Championship and the Mental Attitude Award this past weekend!
  • Attention Students: Key Club will be collecting non-perishable food items for the families in Puerto Rico. Please drop off all non-perishable food items to Mrs. Rowland’s classroom E107 by this Friday, October 6th. This is an URGENT need. Let’s help those devastated by the hurricanes.
  • The PHS Boys Soccer team defeated Mooresville last night 8-0 in the first round of Sectional! They advanced to take on Avon TOMORROW at 5:00. The game is at Avon – come out and support our boys as they try to advance to the Sectional Final! We need a big RED PRIDE crowd!
  • The media center will be closed after school TODAY. NHS tutoring will be in guidance.
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to be part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information. We meet TONIGHT in room E206.
  • Any senior with questions about the Common App, please attend the SMART workshop this Wednesday, Oct. 4 in the LGI. PHS guidance counselors will be available to help you and answer questions about the common app process if you are using the common app for college admissions. To sign up, login to Naviance, click on the Colleges Tab, then click on college visits to sign up.
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any girl interested in playing tennis this spring. The meeting is TOMORROW, October 4 at 3:30 in the cafeteria. After the meeting, there will be open hitting on the courts until 5:15. Open hitting will also be on Thursday from 3:30-5:15. If you can’t attend or have any questions, please see Coach Siepman at the main office on Thursday.
  • Looking for the perfect present? There's still time to sign up for the Creative Gatherings Painting Event on Thursday, October 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Cafeteria. Deadline to sign up is Wednesday, October 4 at 10 a.m. This is a fundraiser for the PHS Publications Department. For every sign purchased, publications gets $10. Over 600 designs are available. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Burress.
  • Any students interested in playing pickleball, are invited to attend a meeting this Thursday before or after school. The 7:40 a.m. meeting will be in G104 and the after school meeting will be in the LGI room.
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit this Friday, October 6th by wearing your Plainfield Spirit Wear and get a chance to win a gift card. There will be one winner chosen every lunch period.
  • Students: If you were absent on picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10! Come to the main office to pick up a picture form. If you want to have your photo re-taken for any other reason, you must contact Hanke Photographers prior to October 10.
  • Seniors: Make sure you turn in your senior accomplishment forms to E104 before you leave for Fall Break on October 13. Your senior English teacher has forms if you didn't get one.
  • There will be a CIESC Driver Ed Class starting Monday, October 30th. The class will run from 3:20 pm to 5:50 pm Monday's through Thursday's for 3 weeks. You can still sign up for this class at http://driveredsafety.com/ Any questions see Mr. Pelkey in E-203.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sports event all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: September 29, 2017

  • Our Red Pride football team is at HOME TONIGHT at 7:00 against Franklin. It is the cancer awareness game. Wear your game t-shirt or wear GOLD!!!
  • We are sold out of the Childhood Cancer t-shirts. If you would like to purchase one, you may still do so online until tonight at midnight. The shirts will be delivered to you in approximately 1-2 weeks. Go to www.psweloveyoufund.org/t-shirts to order your t-shirts.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Get yours before our home football game TONIGHT. And don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sports event all school year! What a great deal!!
  • Good Luck to PHS golfer Kayla Benge at golf state finals this weekend.
  • URGENT: Key Club will be collecting non-perishable food for the families in Puerto Rico. Please drop off all non-perishable food items to Mrs. Rowland’s classroom E107 by Friday October 6th.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your documentation to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1…that is this Sunday!!! If you have questions, see Miss Draper in the school clinic.
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information. We meet in room E206.
  • Any senior with questions about the common app, please attend the SMART workshop next Wednesday, Oct. 4 in the LGI. PHS guidance counselors will be available to help you and answer questions about the common app process if you are using the common app for college admissions. To sign up, login to Naviance, click on the Colleges Tab, then click on college visits to sign up.
  • Students: If you were absent on picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10! Come to the main office to pick up a picture form. If you want to have your photo re-taken for any other reason, you must contact Hanke Photographers prior to October 10.
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: September 27, 2017

  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY! Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Students: Quaker Man temporary tattoos will be on sale this Friday during lunch. Only $1 gets you the coolest artwork to display on your arm or cheek. See a yearbook staff member at lunch on Friday.
  • PHS Junior and Seniors – don’t forget that Butler University will be visiting during 6th period on Friday. The visit will be held in the auditorium and as a reminder, you must sign up through Naviance in order to attend this visit.
  • Our boy’s varsity soccer won on Senior Night, defeating Bloomington North 4-2! They finished the regular season 12-3 and take on Mooresville Monday in the first round of Sectionals at Avon.
  • Good Luck to our boy’s tennis team as they begin sectional play TONIGHT at Brownsburg at 5:00.
  • Our girl’s volleyball team is in action at home TONIGHT starting at 5:30.
  • Good Luck to PHS golfer Kayla Benge at golf state finals this weekend.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your documentation to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1…that is this Sunday!!! If you have questions, see Miss Draper in the school clinic.
  • If you play PC-based competitive games and would like to part of the PHS E-Sports Team, a division of the Game Club, please come to the Game Club meetings on Tuesdays after school until 4:30 p.m. to find out more information. We meet in room E206.
  • Any senior with questions about the common app, please attend the SMART workshop next Wednesday, Oct. 4 in the LGI. PHS guidance counselors will be available to help you and answer questions about the common app process if you are using the common app for college admissions. To sign up, login to Naviance, click on the Colleges Tab, then click on college visits to sign up.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Get yours before our home football game on Friday night. And don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sports event all school year! What a great deal!!
  • PHS ATHLETICS had a great weekend! Congrats to the following:

*Our girls Golf team placed 5th out of 18 teams in the golf regional. Kayla Benge was the medalist and will advance to State Finals this weekend. Good Luck!

*Our girls Cross Country team won their 5th consecutive Mid-State championship. Congrats to Anna Restivo, Dara Smith, Kayla Coryea, Anastasia Sanchez and Samantha Hayden for All-conference honors.

*Our girls Soccer team defeated Greenwood 8-1 to claim a share of the Mid-State title. They played a great game last night and tied Avon 1 all!

*Our competitive Cheer team placed 1st in their weekend competition.

*Our boy’s tennis team placed 2nd in the Mid-State conference tourney. Congrats to Matt Stone, Cade East and Cam Chafin for winning their individual positions.

*Our boys cross country team finished 2nd in Mid-State. Congrats to Dalton Kane, Connor Evans, and Spencer Decker for All Conference honors.

*Our PHS Marching Band placed 2nd in a tough competition at Avon, after winning their two previous competitions. Our percussion received the caption award for best percussion.

*Our varsity boys Soccer team brought home the Mid-State Conference title last Thursday night by defeating Mooresville 4-1 to finish conference play 6-0! JV also won with a final score of 4-1. The Varsity then followed up with a big win over Westfield on Saturday 3-2

  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10! Come to the main office to pick up a picture form.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: September 26, 2017

  • PHS ATHLETICS had a great weekend! Congrats to the following:

*Our girls Golf team placed 5th out of 18 teams in the golf regional. Kayla Benge was the medalist and will advance to State Finals this weekend. Good Luck!

*Our girls Cross Country team won their 5th consecutive Mid-State championship. Congrats to Anna Restivo, Dara Smith, Kayla Coryea, Anastasia Sanchez and Samantha Hayden for All-conference honors.

*Our girls Soccer team defeated Greenwood 8-1 to claim a share of the Mid-State title. They played a great game last night and tied Avon 1 all!

*Our competitive Cheer team placed 1st in their weekend competition.

*Our boy’s tennis team placed 2nd in the Mid-State conference tourney. Congrats to Matt Stone, Cade East and Cam Chafin for winning their individual positions.

*Our boys cross country team finished 2nd in Mid-State. Congrats to Dalton Kane, Connor Evans, and Spencer Decker for All Conference honors.

*Our PHS Marching Band placed 2nd in a tough competition at Avon, after winning their two previous competitions. Our percussion received the caption award for best percussion.

*Our varsity boys Soccer team brought home the Mid-State Conference title last Thursday night by defeating Mooresville 4-1 to finish conference play 6-0! JV also won with a final score of 4-1. The Varsity then followed up with a big win over Westfield on Saturday 3-2 to move to 11-3 on the season! Senior Night is TONIGHT at 7:15 vs Bloomington North. Let’s pack the house for our soccer Seniors on senior night!

  • Stop by Quaker Corner this week and purchase your “Tackle Childhood Cancer” t-shirt for $10. Several Indiana high schools are participating in this fundraiser and have a state-wide goal to raise $150,000. Proceeds will go to the genetics based cancer care at Riley Hospital for Children. Our home football game this Friday night is the “Tackle Childhood Cancer” game. Get your shirt TODAY!!!
  • The 28th annual and nation-wide ‘See You at the Pole’ is TOMORROW morning at 7:15 around the football field flagpole. Bring a friend or family member, and we will ‘See You at the Pole’ tomorrow morning.
  • This Wednesday, during the SMART period in the LGI room, any Junior student interested in college exploration can sign up to explore college and university options. Guidance counselors will lead students in navigating Naviance SuperMatch to identify colleges that fit their interests and academic profiles. Please bring your device and be ready to explore! To sign up, please go to Naviance and click on the Colleges tab. Next, click on College visits and find the Junior SuperMatch link to sign up.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this Thursday, September 28. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your documentation to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1…that is this Sunday!!! If you have questions, see Miss Draper in the school clinic.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10! Come to the main office to pick up a picture form.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: September 25, 2017

  • The Varsity Boys Soccer team brought home the Mid-State Conference title last Thursday night by defeating Mooresville 4-1 to finish conference play 6-0! JV also won with a final score of 4-1. The Varsity then followed up with a big win over Westfield Saturday 3-2 to move to 11-3 on the season! Senior Night is TUESDAY at 7:15 vs Bloomington North. Let’s pack the house for our soccer Seniors!
  • Stop by Quaker Corner this week and purchase your 'Tackle Childhood Cancer' t-shirt for $10. Several Indiana high schools are participating in this fundraiser and have a state-wide goal to raise $150,000. Proceeds will go to the genetics based cancer care at Riley Hospital for Children. Our home football game this Friday night is the “Tackle Childhood Cancer” game. Get your shirt TODAY!!!
  • The 28th annual and nationwide event ‘See You at the Pole’ is this Wednesday morning, September 27, at 7:15 a.m. around the PHS football field flag pole. Everyone is welcome to attend ‘See You at the Pole’.
  • This Wednesday, during the SMART period on Sept. 27th in the LGI, any Junior student interested in college exploration can sign up to explore college and university options. Guidance counselors will lead students in navigating Naviance SuperMatch to identify colleges that fit their interests and academic profiles. Please bring your device and be ready to explore! To sign up, please go to Naviance and click on the Colleges tab. Next, click on College visits and find the Junior SuperMatch link to sign up.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this Thursday, September 28. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your documentation to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1…that is this Sunday!!! If you have questions, see Miss Draper in the school clinic.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10! Come to the main office to pick up a picture form.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: September 22, 2017

  • TONIGHT our PHS football team is on the road at Decatur Central! Game time is 7:00. Dress up theme is CAMO. Let’s road trip and GO RED PRIDE!
  • The Varsity Boys Soccer team brought home the Mid-State Conference title last night by defeating Mooresville 4-1 to finish conference play 6-0! JV also won with a final score of 4-1. Tomorrow they take on Westfield at home at 10:00 & 12:00!
  • The girls’ tennis call-out meeting for TODAY has been postponed. Listen next week for a new meeting date.
  • Congratulations to the Plainfield High School Red Pride Band as they have competed the last two weekends bringing home a first place trophy each time. This weekend the Plainfield Red Pride Band competes at Avon High School tomorrow night at 6:46. Please come out and support the band.
  • Ever wish you could have seen Elvis in Las Vegas in the 1970’s? Thanks to Dr. Pepper and McDonald’s your wish has come true! This Saturday night, September 23rd at 7:00 p.m., in the PHS Auditorium, you can see Elvis tribute artist, Doug Church, known as the “TRUE Voice of Elvis”. Tickets will be on sale at the door starting at 5:30 and our own Belles et Beaux will perform at 6:00! Come for a night of great entertainment!
  • Stop by the Quaker Corner the week of September 25th and purchase your 'Tackle Childhood Cancer' t-shirt for $10. Several Indiana high schools are participating in this fundraiser and have a state-wide goal to raise $150,000. Proceeds will go to the genetics based cancer care at Riley Hospital for Children.
  • The 28th annual and nationwide event ‘See You at the Pole’ is next Wednesday morning, September 27, at 7:15 a.m. around the PHS football field flag pole. Everyone is welcome to attend ‘See You at the Pole’.
  • Next Wednesday, during the SMART period on Sept. 27th in the LGI, any Junior student interested in college exploration can sign up to explore college and university options. Guidance counselors will lead students in navigating Naviance SuperMatch to identify colleges that fit their interests and academic profiles. Please bring your device and be ready to explore! To sign up, please go to Naviance and click on the Colleges tab. Next, click on College visits and find the Junior SuperMatch link to sign up.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your documentation to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper in the school clinic.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10! Come to the main office to pick up a picture form.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

September 21, 2017

  • The boys’ varsity soccer team defeated Greenwood Tuesday night to move to 5-0 in the conference! The JV also won with a final score of 9-1. The teams are at Mooresville TONIGHT with a chance to bring home the conference title! Good Luck boys and GO RED PRIDE!
  • TOMORROW night our PHS football team is on the road at Decatur Central! Dress up theme is CAMO. Let’s road trip and GO RED PRIDE!
  • The girls’ tennis call-out meeting for TOMORROW night has been postponed. Listen next week for a new meeting date.
  • Ever wish you could have seen Elvis in Las Vegas in the 1970’s? Thanks to Dr. Pepper and McDonald’s your wish has come true! This Saturday, September 23rd at 7:00 p.m., in the PHS Auditorium, you can see Elvis tribute artist, Doug Church, known as the “TRUE Voice of Elvis”. Tickets will be on sale at the door starting at 5:30 and our own Belles et Beaux will perform at 6:00! Come for a night of fun entertainment!
  • The 28th annual and nationwide event ‘See You at the Pole’ is next Wednesday morning, September 26, at 7:15 a.m., around the PHS football field flag pole. Everyone is welcome to attend ‘See You at the Pole’.
  • During the next SMART period on Sept. 27th in the LGI, any Junior student interested in college exploration can sign up to explore college and university options. Guidance counselors will lead students in navigating Naviance SuperMatch to identify colleges that fit their interests and academic profiles. Please bring your device and be ready to explore! To sign up, please go to Naviance and click on the Colleges tab. Next, click on College visits and find the Junior SuperMatch link to sign up.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your documentation to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper in the school clinic.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10! Come to the main office to pick up a picture form.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

September 19, 2017

  • Students: Don’t forget…you don’t have school TOMORROW!!! See you back on Thursday!
  • Attention all ladies interested in playing tennis next spring! Please join us for a call-out meeting this Friday, September 22 at 3:15 in the cafeteria. If you cannot attend, please see Mrs. Siepman at the front desk next week.
  • Ever wish you could have seen Elvis in Las Vegas in the 1970’s? Thanks to Dr. Pepper and McDonald’s your wish has come true! This Saturday, September 23rd at 7:00 p.m., in the PHS Auditorium, you can see Elvis tribute artist, Doug Church, known as the “TRUE Voice of Elvis”. Tickets will be on sale at the door starting at 5:30 and our own Belles et Beaux will perform at 6:00! Come for a night of fun entertainment!
  • The 28th annual and nationwide event ‘See You at the Pole’ is next Wednesday morning, September 26, at 7:15 a.m. around the PHS football field flag pole. Everyone is welcome to attend ‘See You at the Pole’.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your documentation to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper in the school clinic.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10! Come to the main office to pick up a picture form.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

September 15, 2017

  • Tonight’s Homecoming game against Greenwood will be spotlighted as a part of the Indianapolis Colts Friday Night Football Tour presented by United Healthcare and sponsored in part by Indiana State University. Come out to the Indianapolis Colts Tour area before the game for your chance to win Colts tickets, meet Colts cheerleaders, and receive a Friday Night Football Tour rally towel. The festivities will begin at approximately 5:30 p.m.
  • Students…join us at the Homecoming Carnival at 4:30 and the Parade at 5:30 TONIGHT! The Red Pride Boosters will have their tailgate at 5:30 and the Big Homecoming game is at 7:00. Don’t forget…it is a WHITE OUT!
  • PHS Students - Be loud and proud at the Homecoming game. The Quarterback Club will be selling red and blue spirit bracelets for $3 to show your pride and “thunder sticks” (blow up noisemakers) for $4 to make some noise to support our boys. Look for our tables near the student section tonight at the game.
  • The Semi-Formal Homecoming Dance is TOMORROW NIGHT, September 16th from 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m. in the PHS Ellipse. Tickets are $10 at the door. Anyone bringing a guest to the homecoming dance needs to fill out a guest form in student services. All guest forms must be approved before you can purchase your ticket. You must also have a code of conduct on file in order to attend the dance.
  • The Boys Varsity Soccer team beat conference rival Franklin Community last night 4-2 to move to 4-0 in conference! JV also won w/ a final score of 8-1.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Get yours today before the big Homecoming game tonight!
  • Ever wish you could have seen Elvis in Las Vegas in the 1970’s? Thanks to Dr. Pepper and McDonald’s your wish has come true! On Saturday, September 23rd at 7:00 p.m., in the PHS Auditorium, you can see Elvis tribute artist, Doug Church, known as the “TRUE Voice of Elvis”. Purchase tickets anytime from a PHS choral student!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!
  • Anything left in lost and found today will be donated. If you are missing anything, check Student Services now!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

September 14, 2017

  • Homecoming Shirts are in! Come by the Quaker Corner to pick up your shirt for Friday's "White Out" theme.
  • SENIORS—Tomorrow is your senior HOT DOG day! Come ‘tailgate’ with the administrators outside door #21 during your lunch tomorrow.
  • This Friday’s Homecoming game against Greenwood will be spotlighted as a part of the Indianapolis Colts Friday Night Football Tour presented by United Healthcare and sponsored in part by Indiana State University. Come out to the Indianapolis Colts Tour area before the game for your chance to win Colts tickets, meet Colts cheerleaders, and receive a Friday Night Football Tour rally towel. The festivities will begin at approximately 5:30 PM on Friday.
  • TOMORROW is a WHITE-OUT at PHS!!! Wear your homecoming shirts or anything else WHITE to school and the game. Show your Red Pride Spirit!!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here TODAY during all lunches! Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Students…join us at the Homecoming Carnival at 4:30 and the Parade at 5:30 tomorrow! The Red Pride Boosters will have their tailgate at 5:30 and the Big Homecoming game is at 7:00.
  • PHS Students - Be loud and proud at the Homecoming game this Friday night. The Quarterback Club will be selling red and blue spirit bracelets for $3 to show your pride and “thunder sticks” (blow up noisemakers) for $4 to make some noise to support our boys. Look for our tables near the student section at the game.
  • The Semi-Formal Homecoming Dance is this Saturday, September 16th from 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m. in the PHS Ellipse. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Tickets will be on sale through Friday during all lunches. Anyone bringing a guest to the homecoming dance needs to fill out a guest form in student services. All guest forms must be approved before you can purchase your ticket. You must also have a code of conduct on file in order to attend the dance.
  • Come out and cheer on the Boys Soccer team TONIGHT at HOME in a huge matchup vs. Franklin Community. Winner of this game pulls ahead in the conference so come help our boys take down the Grizzly Cubs!
  • Do you want to help all of the hurricane victims? You have another chance to donate through the PHS GO Club! See the flyers posted around school to get the list of needs. You can also donate money through GoFund me. Drop off points will be at door 1, door 7, and door 21. The last day to donate is this Friday the 15th!
  • This is the last week to donate to the book drive. Please bring in any books (new or old) to the box in your English classroom. All books will go to the Plainfield Corrections Facility.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Get yours today before the big Homecoming game this Friday night!
  • Dr. Pepper and McDonald’s present “A Night with Elvis” on Saturday, September 23 at 7:00 p.m. in the PHS auditorium. Get your ticket to see Elvis Tribute Artist, Doug Church, known at the ‘TRUE voice of Elvis’ today. See a PHS Choral Student for tickets!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!
  • Anything left in lost and found this Friday will be donated. If you are missing anything, check Student Services now!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

September 12, 2017

  • Due to extremely low participation numbers the Powder Puff football game has been cancelled for this year. If you have already paid your money, your refund will be mailed home later this week.
  • Congratulations to the 2017 Fall Homecoming Court Nominees:

Freshman – Grace Blacketer, Riley Heltsley, Julia Muskat, Stafan Allen, Ethan Reynolds, and Caleb Weigal

Sophomores – Lauren Coffey, Abby Phillips, Isabelle Stead, Rylin Flick, Mason Naaman, and Alex Westfall

Juniors – Ava Aguirre, Megan Galatte, Betsy Nichols, Ben Newsom, Cade Gibbs, and Luke Smock

Seniors – Jamie Lautenschlager, Alyssa Laser, Saydee Turner, Paul Planker, Cole Thompson, and Joel Wolfe

Final voting for the 2017 Fall Homecoming Court ends TODAY! Vote during your English classes.

  • Come out and support some HOME sporting events TONIGHT! Our boy’s tennis team plays rival Mooresville at 5:00. Cheer on our girls’ volleyball team against mid-state rival Franklin. Both teams are undefeated in the conference! Games are at 5:30 and 7:00. And our JV Boys soccer team plays at 6:00!
  • Attention all sophomores: we will have our final float decorating this evening from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the football field parking lot. Please bring all craft supplies.
  • Come to ‘yogurt in love’ TONIGHT from 5 to 9 p.m. to support the PHS dance team with their fundraiser and enjoy some froyo!
  • The Hendricks County Foundation Scholarship Application is due TOMORROW. Please let your guidance counselor know if you need assistance. Good luck, Seniors!
  • Homecoming is this Friday, September 15th!!! Show your RED PRIDE SPIRIT by participating in the dress up days this week:

Wednesday-Cowboy/Cowgirl

Thursday-College Apparel

Friday-White Out

  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this Thursday, September 14. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • The Semi-Formal Homecoming Dance is this Saturday, September 16th from 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m. in the PHS Ellipse. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Tickets will be on sale starting TOMORROW through Friday during all lunches.
  • Anyone bringing a guest to the homecoming dance needs to fill out a guest form in student services. All guest forms must be approved before you can purchase your ticket. You must also have a code of conduct on file in order to attend the dance.
  • Do you want to help all of the hurricane victims? You have another chance to donate through the PHS GO Club! See the flyers posted around school to get the list of needs. You can also donate money through GoFundme. Drop off points will be at door 1, door 7, and door 21. The last day to donate is this Friday the 15th!
  • This is the last week to donate to the book drive. Please bring in any books (new or old) to the box in your English classroom. All books will go to the Plainfield Corrections Facility.
  • Our Varsity Boys Soccer team defeated Decatur Central last Thursday night 12-1 to move to 3-0 in the conference! JV also won with a final score of 3-0. The Varsity then tied Ritter on Saturday 1-1. Next up is a huge conference matchup at HOME vs. Franklin Community on Thursday. Come out and support your Red Pride Soccer Team!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Get yours today before the big Homecoming game this Friday night!
  • Dr. Pepper and McDonald’s present “A Night with Elvis” on Saturday, September 23 at 7:00 p.m. in the PHS auditorium. Get your ticket to see Elvis Tribute Artist, Doug Church, known at the ‘TRUE voice of Elvis’ today. See a PHS Choral Student for tickets!!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!

GUIDANCE NEWS:

  • Students: Want to improve your study skills or better prepare for the PSAT/SAT exam? You can still sign up today for the upcoming, helpful seminars held THIS WEEK at PHS. ZAPS Test-Prep Seminar will be on September 13 and 14 from 6:00-8:30. The Study Smart Seminar will be on September 14 from 3:15-5:45. Go to Guidance to pick up an information form.
  • Seniors applying to a US Service Academy (West Point, Air Force Academy, Naval Academy, Merchant Marine Academy) should apply for a nomination from Congressman Rokita by this Friday, September 15. This is a separate process from the actual application to an academy. http://rokita.house.gov/military-academy-nomination

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • Anything left in lost and found this Friday will be donated. If you are missing anything, check Student Services now!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

September 11, 2017

  • Due to extremely low participation numbers the Powder Puff football game has been cancelled for this year. If you have already paid your money, your refund will be mailed home later this week.
  • Homecoming is this Friday, September 15th!!! Show your RED PRIDE SPIRIT by participating in the dress up days next week:

Tuesday-Beach

Wednesday-Cowboy/Cowgirl

Thursday-College Apparel

Friday-White Out

  • Attention SENIOR parents...Please join us TONIGHT at 6:00 for a college financial aid information night in the PHS auditorium. Students are encouraged to also attend!
  • Congratulations to the 2017 Fall Homecoming Court Nominees:

Freshman – Grace Blacketer, Riley Heltsley, Julia Muskat, Stafan Allen, Ethan Reynolds, and Caleb Weigal

Sophomores – Lauren Coffey, Abby Phillips, Isabelle Stead, Rylin Flick, Mason Naaman, and Alex Westfall

Juniors – Ava Aguirre, Megan Galatte, Betsy Nichols, Ben Newsom, Cade Gibbs, and Luke Smock

Seniors – Jamie Lautenschlager, Alyssa Laser, Saydee Turner, Paul Planker, Cole Thompson, and Joel Wolfe

Final voting will take place now through Tuesday, September 12th during English classes.

  • The Semi-Formal Homecoming Dance is this Saturday, September 16th from 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m. in the PHS Ellipse. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Tickets will be on sale Wednesday-Friday during all lunches.
  • Anyone bringing a guest to the homecoming dance needs to fill out a guest form in student services. All guest forms must be approved before you can purchase your ticket. You must also have a code of conduct on file in order to attend the dance.
  • Attention all JUNIORS! Float building will be TODAY from 5:30 – 8:00. We will meet at the loading dock area on the West side of the building. We need everyone’s help! Please come join us!
  • The Hendricks County Foundation Scholarship Application is due this Wednesday, 9/13/17. Please let your guidance counselor know if you need assistance. Good luck, Seniors!
  • You have another chance to donate to Houston through the GO Club! See the flyer posted around school to get the list of needs. You can also donate money through GoFund me. Drop off points will be at door 1, door 7, and door 21. The last day to donate is this Friday the 15th!
  • Our Varsity Boys Soccer team defeated Decatur Central last Thursday night 12-1 to move to 3-0 in the conference! JV also won with a final score of 3-0. The Varsity then tied Ritter on Saturday 1-1. Next up is a huge conference matchup at HOME vs. Franklin Community on Thursday. Come out and support your Red Pride Soccer Team!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!

GUIDANCE NEWS:

  • Students: Want to improve your study skills or better prepare for the PSAT/SAT exam? Sign up today for upcoming, helpful seminars held at PHS. ZAPS Test-Prep Seminar will be on September 13 and 14 from 6:00-8:30. The Study Smart Seminar will be on September 14 from 3:15-5:45. For more information or to register go to www. doorwaytocollege.com or call 1-877-927-8378. The deadline is fast approaching, sign up today!
  • The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship Application is now LIVE! Any PHS Senior interested in these local scholarships should begin the application process online. The deadline is Sept. 13, 2017. Please let your guidance counselor know if you have any questions.
  • Seniors applying to a US Service Academy (West Point, Air Force Academy, Naval Academy, Merchant Marine Academy) should apply for a nomination from Congressman Rokita by September 15. This is a separate process from the actual application to an academy. http://rokita.house.gov/military-academy-nomination

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • Anything left in lost and found will be donated this Friday. If you are missing anything, check Student Services now!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

September 7, 2017

  • Congratulations to the 2017 Fall Homecoming Court Nominees:

Freshman – Grace Blacketer, Riley Heltsley, Julia Muskat, Stafan Allen, Ethan Reynolds, and Caleb Weigal

Sophomores – Lauren Coffey, Abby Phillips, Isabelle Stead, Rylin Flick, Mason Naaman, and Alex Westfall

Juniors – Ava Aguirre, Megan Galatte, Betsy Nichols, Christopher Chhim, Cade Gibbs, and Luke Smock

Seniors – Jamie Lautenschlager, Alyssa Laser, Saydee Turner, Paul Planker, Cole Thompson, and Joel Wolfe

Final voting will take place on Friday, September 8th through Tuesday, September 12th during English classes.

  • HOMECOMING shirts will be available for pre-sale purchase until TOMORROW, September 8th in the Quaker Corner. This year's shirt will be a 3/4 baseball sleeve shirt with different colored sleeves for each of the 4 classes (frosh/soph/jr/sr). Shirts will be $10.00 and the Homecoming game is on September 15th.
  • Homecoming is Friday, September 15th!!! Show your RED PRIDE SPIRIT by participating in the dress up days next week:

Monday-Pajamas

Tuesday-Beach

Wednesday-Cowboy/Cowgirl

Thursday-College Apparel

Friday-White Out

  • Attention Powder Puff football players! Shirt forms must be turned in by Monday, September 11 by noon. Remember to get your concussion form and random drug testing form on file before September 14th or you will not be allowed to play.
  • The Semi-formal Homecoming Dance is Saturday, September 16th from 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m. in the PHS Ellipse. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Tickets will be on sale September 13-15 during all lunches. Anyone bringing a guest to the homecoming dance needs to fill out a guest form in student services. All guest forms must be approved before you can purchase your ticket. You must also have a code of conduct on file in order to attend the dance.
  • Attention ALL FRESHMAN-- Float Building is TODAY from 3:15-4:30 p.m. Meet in the Fieldhouse on Court 4!! 😊
  • The sophomore class Float Building will meet TODAY from 6:00-7:00 in the soccer storage building. Everyone is welcome to come and help.
  • Senior class homecoming float building will continue tonight at 6pm. We plan to work next Tuesday too! Meet us at the loading dock. Hope to see you there!
  • Attention all JUNIORS! Float building will be TODAY from 5:30 – 8:00, on Saturday, September 9 from 11:00 – 2:00 and on Monday, September 11 from 5:30 – 8:00. We will meet at the loading dock area on the West side of the building. We need everyone’s help! Please come join us!
  • Our Red Pride Football team is at Roncalli at 7:00 TOMORROW NIGHT. The theme is PREPPY!
  • You have another chance to donate to Houston through the GO Club! See the flyer posted around school to get the list of needs. You can also donate money through GoFund me. Drop off points will be at door 1, door 7, and door 21. The last day to donate is next Friday the 15th!
  • Our Boys Varsity Soccer team went 2-0 this past weekend at the Noblesville Invite! They continued their winning streak Tuesday night by defeating Danville 5-0. This makes five straight wins! The JV also beat Danville 4-0!
  • If you are interested in playing softball, please come see Miss Lydick in room G202 sometime to sign up for her Remind texts.
  • The Drama Club will meet TODAY after school until 4:00 in the drama room. Be there!
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will be TODAY after school until 4:30. We will meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.
  • Attention all MSA members--please check Schoology for an important announcement regarding Mr. Khan's presentation this Friday.
  • Interact Club members, please plan to attend the meeting TOMORROW morning at 7:30 in room E101. There will be a short meeting for board members at 7:15 prior to the group meeting.
  • Please come support the Jr. Optimist Club at their car wash this Saturday at Advance Auto Parts at 1610 East Main St. from 10 am to 1 pm. Bring your dirty cars and help them raise money to donate to a Diabetes Alert Service dog in need by a local youth. Thanks in advance for your support.
  • Junior Optimist Club members please see your Schoology updates for club news of events coming up before the next meeting. Our next meeting is September 11th at 7:30 am in LGI.
  • There will be a CIESC Driver Ed Class starting on Monday, September 11th. The class will run from 3:20pm to 5:50pm Monday through Thursday for 3 weeks. You can still sign up for this class at http://driveredsafety.com/ Any questions see Mr. Pelkey in E-203.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!

GUIDANCE NEWS:

  • Students: Want to improve your study skills or better prepare for the PSAT/SAT exam? Sign up today for upcoming, helpful seminars held at PHS. ZAPS Test-Prep Seminar will be on September 13 and 14 from 6:00-8:30. The Study Smart Seminar will be on September 14 from 3:15-5:45. For more information or to register go to www. doorwaytocollege.com or call 1-877-927-8378. The deadline is fast approaching, sign up today!
  • The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship Application is now LIVE! Any PHS Senior interested in these local scholarships should begin the application process online. The deadline is Sept. 13, 2017. Please let your guidance counselor know if you have any questions.
  • Seniors applying to a US Service Academy (West Point, Air Force Academy, Naval Academy, Merchant Marine Academy) should apply for a nomination from Congressman Rokita by 9/15. This is a separate process from the actual application to an academy. http://rokita.house.gov/military-academy-nomination

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • Students: Our lost and found is located in student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

September 6, 2017

  • Please help those in need in Texas. The Interact Club is working with the local Rotary Club to collect diapers, baby wipes, and baby formula to send to Texas. If you are able, please drop off any of these items to boxes located at Doors 1 and 21. We will collect items through TODAY.
  • You have another chance to donate to Houston through the GO Club! See the flyer posted around school to get the list of needs. You can also donate money through GoFund me. Drop off points will be at door 1, door 7, and door 21. The last day to donate is Friday the 15th!
  • HOMECOMING shirts will be available for pre-sale purchase all this week (until Friday, September 8th) in the Quaker Corner. This year's shirt will be a 3/4 baseball sleeve shirt with different colored sleeves for each of the 4 classes (frosh/soph/jr/sr). Shirts will be $10.00 and the Homecoming game is on September 15th.
  • Next week is Homecoming SPIRIT WEEK! Dress up days are as follows:

Monday-Pajama Day

Tuesday-Beach

Wednesday-Cowboy/Cowgirl

Thursday-College Apparel

Friday-White Out

  • There is a call out meeting for any girl interested in playing Powder Puff this year TODAY at 3:10 p.m. in Mr. Benge’s room F205. The game will be played on September 14th at 6:30 p.m. If you plan on playing please make every effort to attend the meeting.
  • Attention Powder Puff football players! Shirt forms must be turned in by Monday, September 11 by noon. Remember to get your concussion form and random drug testing form on file before September 14th or you will not be allowed to play.
  • The Homecoming Dance is Saturday, September 16th from 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m. at PHS. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Tickets will be on sale September 13-15 during all lunches.
  • Anyone bringing a guest to the homecoming dance needs to fill out a guest form in student services. All guest forms must be approved before you can purchase your ticket. You must also have a code of conduct on file in order to attend the dance.
  • Attention ALL FRESHMAN-- Float Building is TODAY & THURSDAY from 3:15-4:30PM to build our Freshman Homecoming Float!! Meet in the Fieldhouse on Court 4!! 😊
  • The sophomore class Float Building will meet TODAY and TOMORROW from 6:00-7:00 in the soccer storage building. And if needed on September 9. Everyone is welcome to come and help.
  • The Senior Class will be working on their Homecoming Float TODAY at 6 p.m. Please meet at the loading dock. This is your last Football Homecoming…let’s make it the best!
  • Attention all JUNIORS! Float building will be held this week on Thursday, September 7 from 5:30 – 8:00, on Saturday, September 9 from 11:00 – 2:00 and on Monday, September 11 from 5:30 – 8:00. We will meet at the loading dock area on the West side of the building. We need everyone’s help! Please come join us!
  • Our Boys Varsity Soccer team went 2-0 this past weekend at the Noblesville Invite! They continued their winning streak last night by defeating Danville 5-0. This makes five straight wins! The JV also beat Danville 4-0!
  • If you are interested in playing softball, please come see Miss Lydick in room G202 sometime to sign up for her Remind texts.
  • FCA meets again this Thursday morning, at 7:21, in room A121. Even if you haven’t been, you can still come. See you at FCA TOMORROW morning September 7.
  • The Drama Club will meet again TOMORROW, September 7 after school until 4:00 in the drama room. Don’t forget to pay Mrs. Spangler your dues money soon if you haven't already. See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will be TOMORROW, September 7th after school until 4:30. We will meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.
  • Attention all MSA members--please check Schoology for an important announcement regarding Mr. Khan's presentation this Friday.
  • Interact Club members, please plan to attend the meeting this Friday morning at 7:30 in room E101. Additionally, there will be a short meeting for board members at 7:15 – immediately prior to the group meeting.
  • Junior Optimist Club members please see your Schoology updates for club news of events coming up before the next meeting. Our next meeting is September 11th at 7:30 am in LGI.
  • There will be a CIESC Driver Ed Class starting on Monday, September 11th. The class will run from 3:20pm to 5:50pm Monday through Thursday for 3 weeks. You can still sign up for this class at http://driveredsafety.com/ Any questions see Mr. Pelkey in E-203.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!
  • GUIDANCE NEWS:
  • ATTN Juniors & Seniors: the following colleges will be visiting PHS this week:
  • University of Southern Indiana – September 7 @ 9:05
  • Reminder: in order to attend college rep visits, students must sign up through Naviance.
  • Students: Want to improve your study skills or better prepare for the PSAT/SAT exam? Sign up today for upcoming, helpful seminars held at PHS. ZAPS Test-Prep Seminar will be on September 13 and 14 from 6:00-8:30. The Study Smart Seminar will be on September 14 from 3:15-5:45. For more information or to register go to www. doorwaytocollege.com or call 1-877-927-8378. The deadline is fast approaching, sign up today!
  • The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship Application is now LIVE! Any PHS Senior interested in these local scholarships should begin the application process online. The deadline is Sept. 13, 2017. Please let your guidance counselor know if you have any questions.
  • Seniors applying to a US Service Academy (West Point, Air Force Academy, Naval Academy, Merchant Marine Academy) should apply for a nomination from Congressman Rokita by 9/15. This is a separate process from the actual application to an academy. http://rokita.house.gov/military-academy-nomination

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • Students: Our lost and found is located in student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

August 31, 2017

  • Today is the last day for homecoming court nominations. See the flyer in your teachers’ classroom or go to the Schoology announcements for the nomination link. Nominations end at 3:00pm today.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY! Cash and Cards are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Attention ALL FRESHMAN-- Float Building this afternoon has been CANCELLED. Please plan to come out next week TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY from 3:15-4:30PM to build our Freshman Homecoming Float!! Meet in the Fieldhouse- Court 4 next week!! 😊
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit TOMORROW by wearing your Plainfield Spirit Wear and get a chance to win a gift card! There will be one winner chosen every lunch period. Let’s GO RED!
  • Please HELP! The Interact Club is working with the local Rotary Club to collect diapers, baby wipes, and baby formula to send to Texas. If you are able, please drop off any of these items to boxes located at Doors 1 and 21. We will collect items through next Wednesday.
  • Our Red Pride football team is in action Friday night at Mooresville. Theme is Nascar! Let’s pack their house with our RED PRIDE!
  • The last day to pay dues for Junior Optimist club or purchase a t-shirt is TOMORROW! Please see Mrs. Whicker or Mrs. Treash if you need a membership form. Members please see your Schoology updates for club news of events coming up before the next meeting. Our next meeting is September 11th at 7:30 am in LGI.
  • Any boys’ basketball player in grades 9-12 who is NOT in a fall sport that hasn’t received a fall conditioning calendar see Coach Weaver by the end of this week.
  • If you are interested in playing softball, please come see Miss Lydick in room G202 sometime to sign up for her Remind texts.
  • The sophomore class Float Building will meet for the first time on September 5 from 6:00-7:00 in the soccer storage building. Everyone is welcome to come and help and pizza will be provided! Other work nights are Sept. 6, 7 and 9(?) from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
  • The Senior Class will begin working on their Homecoming Float next Tuesday (9/5) and Wednesday (9/6) at 6 p.m. Please meet at the loading dock. This is your last Football Homecoming…let’s make it the best!
  • FCA meets again next Thursday morning, at 7:21, in room A121. Even if you haven’t been, you can still come. See you at FCA next Thursday morning September 7.
  • The Drama Club will meet again next Thursday, September 7 after school until 4:00 in the drama room. Don’t forget to pay Mrs. Spangler your dues money soon if you haven't already. See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin next Thursday, September 7th after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.
  • Attention all MSA members--please check Schoology for an important announcement regarding Mr. Khan's presentation next Friday.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!

GUIDANCE NEWS:

  • ATTN Juniors & Seniors: the following colleges will be visiting PHS next week:

Anderson University – September 5 @ 1:20

Wabash College – September 6 @ 1:20

University of Southern Indiana – September 7 @ 9:05

Reminder: in order to attend college rep visits, students must sign up through Naviance.

  • Students: Want to improve your study skills or better prepare for the PSAT/SAT exam? Sign up today for upcoming, helpful seminars held at PHS. ZAPS Test-Prep Seminar will be on September 13 and 14 from 6:00-8:30. The Study Smart Seminar will be on September 14 from 3:15-5:45. For more information or to register go to www. doorwaytocollege.com or call 1-877-927-8378. The deadline is fast approaching, sign up today!
  • The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship Application is now LIVE! Any PHS Senior interested in these local scholarships should begin the application process online. The deadline is Sept. 13, 2017. Please let your guidance counselor know if you have any questions.
  • Seniors applying to a US Service Academy (West Point, Air Force Academy, Naval Academy, Merchant Marine Academy) should apply for a nomination from Congressman Rokita by 9/15. This is a separate process from the actual application to an academy. http://rokita.house.gov/military-academy-nomination

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • Students: Our lost and found is located in student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.
  • Students: Don’t forget…NO School on Monday…Happy Labor Day! See you on Tuesday

Student Announcements: 

August 29, 2017

Plainfield Students get an opportunity to see some great sports action this week for FREE!

  • Tonight: Free admission for PHS Students to both the Boys Soccer games and Volleyball matches. Come out and support our fall sport athletes in pivotal Mid-State Conference contests.
  • Tomorrow: Free admission to Girls Soccer, Boys Tennis, and Volleyball. PLUS, Mr. Siefert will be grilling hot dogs in the grass between the soccer fields and tennis courts…FREE while they last. Hot Dogs will be ready around 5:30-6:00.

  • Students—TODAY, August 29th is the last day to drop an elective class for a study hall. Please see your guidance counselor.
  • Spanish Club members…come Zumba TODAY after school in the wrestling room behind the field house with Sra. Mills. See your Spanish teacher for more details. Thursday is the last day for membership sign up, to pay dues and order a t-shirt.
  • Come out TONIGHT and support the boys’ soccer team at home in a big conference matchup vs Martinsville! Games are at 5:30 and 7:00. Let’s go RED PRIDE!
  • Our PHS girls’ volleyball team is also at home TONIGHT against Martinsville at 5:30 and 7:00. Good luck ladies!
  • Good Luck to our Cross Country runners as they compete in the Hendricks County Invitational TONIGHT at Tri-West.
  • Hello everyone. If you can hear this message then you are welcome to come to FCA this Thursday morning at 7:21 in room A121. We sure hope to see you at FCA this Thursday morning.
  • If you're an underclassman looking for a new club, or an NHS member in need of hours, Global Outreach Club is for you. Come to Mr. P. Cavanaugh's room, F203, at 7:40 a.m. on Thursday, August 31st for a call out meeting to learn how you can help serve globally. There will be snacks!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, August 31. Cash and Cards are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • The last day to pay dues for Junior Optimist club or purchase a t-shirt is this Friday, September 1. Please see Mrs. Whicker or Mrs. Treash if you need a membership form. Members please see your Schoology updates for club news of events coming up before the next meeting. Our next meeting is September 11th at 7:30 am in LGI.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!

GUIDANCE NEWS:

  • Students: Want to improve your study skills or better prepare for the PSAT/SAT exam? Sign up today for upcoming, helpful seminars held at PHS. ZAPS Test-Prep Seminar will be on September 13 and 14 from 6:00-8:30. The Study Smart Seminar will be on September 14 from 3:15-5:45. For more information or to register go to www. doorwaytocollege.com or call 1-877-927-8378. The deadline is fast approaching, sign up today!
  • The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship Application is now LIVE! Any PHS Senior interested in these local scholarships should begin the application process online. The deadline is Sept. 13, 2017. Please let your guidance counselor know if you have any questions.

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • The Drama Club will meet again on Sept. 7 after school until 4:00 in the drama room. Reminder to pay Mrs. Spangler your dues money soon if you haven't already. See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin Thursday, September 7th after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.
  • Students: Our lost and found is located in student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

August 25, 2017

  • Our RED PRIDE football team plays at HOME TONIGHT at 7:00 against Tri West. It is our first home game of the season…let’s have a huge crowd!!! Theme is Greek vs. Islanders! GO RED PRIDE!
  • Attention All Freshman and new students to PHS…please join us TONIGHT at 5:30 for a tailgate party!!! You will get FREE food, FREE frigid frog, and FREE games before you get into the football game for FREE!!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Get yours before the game TONIGHT!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!

GUIDANCE NEWS:

  • Students: Want to improve your study skills or better prepare for the PSAT/SAT exam? Sign up today for upcoming, helpful seminars held at PHS. ZAPS Test-Prep Seminar will be on September 13 and 14 from 6:00-8:30. The Study Smart Seminar will be on September 14 from 3:15-5:45. For more information or to register go to www. doorwaytocollege.com or call 1-877-927-8378. The deadline is fast approaching, sign up today!
  • The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship Application is now LIVE! Any PHS Senior interested in these local scholarships should begin the application process online. The deadline is Sept. 13, 2017. Please let your guidance counselor know if you have any questions.
  • At this time, students cannot make schedule changes. We will only let students drop an elective for a study hall until Aug 29th.

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any boy or girl interested in the PHS swimming and diving team on Monday, August 28th at 3:15 p.m. The meeting will take place inside the pool area.
  • Calling all Freshmen!!! There will be a meeting next Tuesday morning, August 29th at 7:30 a.m. for any freshman who wants to be part of float building for Homecoming. We will decide on a theme, plan our building sessions, and maybe have some breakfast refreshments!! Come out and join us!!
  • If you're an underclassman looking for a new club, or an NHS member in need of hours, Global Outreach Club is for you. Come to Mr. P. Cavanaugh's room, F203, at 7:40 a.m. on August 31st for a call out meeting to learn how you can help serve globally. There will be snacks!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, August 31. Cash and Cards are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin Thursday, September 7th after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.
  • Students: Our lost and found is located in student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

August 24, 2017

  • Our RED PRIDE football team plays at HOME this Friday night at 7:00 against Tri West. It is our first home game of the season…let’s have a huge crowd!!! Theme is Greek vs. Islanders! GO RED PRIDE!
  • Attention All Freshman and new students to PHS…please join us Friday at 5:30 for a tailgate party!!! You will get FREE food, FREE frigid frog, and FREE games before you get into the football game for FREE!!
  • Attention Seniors and Parents: Please join us for a Senior College Planning Night TONIGHT at 6:00 p.m. in the PHS Cafeteria. Topics presented will include: the college application process, timeline & deadlines, scholarships & financial aid, and a Q & A session. Bring your device or a computer for an informative/working meeting!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35! Get yours before the game tomorrow night!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!

GUIDANCE NEWS:

  • The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship Application is now LIVE! Any PHS Senior interested in these local scholarships should begin the application process online. The deadline is Sept. 13, 2017. Please let your guidance counselor know if you have any questions.
  • At this time, students cannot make schedule changes. We will only let students drop an elective for a study hall until Aug 29th.

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any boy or girl interested in the PHS swimming and diving team on Monday, August 28th at 3:15 p.m. The meeting will take place inside the pool area.
  • Calling all Freshmen!!! There will be a meeting next Tuesday morning, August 29th at 7:30 a.m. for any freshman who wants to be part of float building for Homecoming. We will decide on a theme, plan our building sessions, and maybe have some breakfast refreshments!! Come out and join us!!
  • If you're an underclassman looking for a new club, or an NHS member in need of hours, Global Outreach Club is for you. Come to Mr. P. Cavanaugh's room, F203, at 7:40 on August 31st for a call out meeting to learn how you can help serve globally. There will be snacks!
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin Thursday, September 7th after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.
  • Students: Our lost and found is located in student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements: 

August 23, 2017

  • Attention All Freshman and new students to PHS…please join us Friday at 5:30 for a tailgate party!!! You will get FREE food, FREE frigid frog, and FREE games before you get into the football game for FREE!!
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.
  • Students: If you missed picture day yesterday, mark your calendars for picture make-up day on October 10!

GUIDANCE NEWS:

  • Attention Seniors and Parents: Please join us for Senior College Planning Night this Thursday, August 24 at 6:00 in the PHS Cafeteria. Topics presented will include: college application process, timeline & deadlines, scholarships & financial aid, and Q & A. Bring your device or a computer for an informative/working meeting!
  • ATTN Juniors and Seniors: The following college will be visiting PHS this week:

Franklin College – Thursday, August 24th at 10:00

In order to attend college rep visits, students must sign up through Naviance at least one day before the visit. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.

  • The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship Application is now LIVE! Any PHS Senior interested in these local scholarships should begin the application process online. The deadline is Sept. 13, 2017. Please let your guidance counselor know if you have any questions.
  • At this time, students cannot make schedule changes. We will only let students drop an elective for a study hall until Aug 29th.

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • Are you interested in being on a crew for the fall musical "Little Women"? If so, come to the crew call-out meeting TODAY after school in the drama room. See Mrs. Alexander if you have questions.
  • FCA meets this Thursday at 7:21 a.m. in room A121. And, if you have a pulse, you are invited. See you at FCA TOMORROW morning.
  • Our RED PRIDE football team plays at HOME this Friday night at 7:00 against Tri West. It is our first home game of the season…let’s have a huge crowd!!!
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any boy or girl interested in the PHS swimming and diving team on Monday, August 28th at 3:15 p.m. The meeting will take place inside the pool area.
  • If you're an underclassman looking for a new club, or an NHS member in need of hours, Global Outreach Club is for you. Come to Mr. P. Cavanaugh's room, F203, at 7:40 on August 31st for a call out meeting to learn how you can help serve globally. There will be snacks!
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin Thursday, September 7th after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • Students: Our lost and found is located in student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.

Student Announcements:

August 22, 2017

  • School Picture Day is TODAY. If you need a picture form, please stop by the Main Office to pick one up. Smile pretty PHS!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • There will be an Art Club meeting TODAY in room A118 after school. Don't forget to bring your white t-shirt!!!
  • Attention All Freshman and new students to PHS…please join us Friday at 5:30 for a tailgate party!!! You will get FREE food, FREE frigid frog, and FREE games before you get into the football game for FREE!!
  • Attention Seniors: You are required to have had a second meningitis vaccine before your senior year. If you have not had it or have not turned in your document for it to the nurse, you need to do so right away. The absolute deadline is Oct. 1. If you have questions, see Miss Draper.

GUIDANCE NEWS:

  • ATTN Juniors and Seniors: The following colleges will be visiting PHS this week:
  • Alma College – Wednesday, August 23rd at 8:05
  • Franklin College – Thursday, August 24th at 10:00

             In order to attend college rep visits, students must sign up through Naviance at least one day             before the visit. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.

  • The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship Application is now LIVE! Any PHS Senior interested in these local scholarships should begin the application process online. The deadline is Sept. 13, 2017. Please let your guidance counselor know if you have any questions.
  • At this time, students cannot make schedule changes. We will only let students drop an elective for a study hall until Aug 29th.

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • Seniors…August 24th @ 6 PM is Senior College Planning Night. Invite your parents and attend this important meeting.
  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • The Boys Soccer team won their first conference game of the year last Thursday night against Whiteland! The final score was 4-3.
  • Ambassadors will meet Wednesday morning at 7:20 a.m. in the main office conference room. Please be prompt.
  • Are you interested in being on a crew for the fall musical "Little Women"? If so, come to the crew call-out meeting TOMORROW, August 23 after school in the drama room. See Mrs. Alexander if you have questions.
  • FCA meets this Thursday at 7:21 a.m. in room A121. And, if you have a pulse, you are invited. See you at FCA this Thursday morning.
  • Students: Our lost and found is located in student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any boy or girl interested in the PHS swimming and diving team on Monday, August 28th at 3:15 p.m. The meeting will take place inside the pool area.
  • If you're an underclassman looking for a new club, or an NHS member in need of hours, Global Outreach Club is for you. Come to Mr. P. Cavanaugh's room, F203, at 7:40 on August 31st for a call out meeting to learn how you can help serve globally. There will be snacks!
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin Thursday, September 7th after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.

Student Announcements:

August 17, 2017

  • Tickets are now on sale in the athletic office for the football game at Avon this Friday night. Avoid the lines and purchase yours’ today for $5! Game time is 7:00 at AVON. Theme is a RED OUT! Let’s pack their house and GO RED PRIDE!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.

GUIDANCE NEWS:

  • The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship Application is now LIVE! Any PHS Senior interested in these local scholarships should begin the application process online. The deadline is Sept. 13, 2017. Please let your guidance counselor know if you have any questions.
  • Attn: SENIORS! Guidance counselors will begin meeting with Seniors this week. It is VERY important you attend this meeting with your counselor to discuss graduation.
  • At this time, students cannot make schedule changes. We will only let students drop an elective for a study hall until Aug 29th.

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • August 24th @ 6 PM Senior College Planning Night (for Seniors and Parents)
  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • Students: Our lost and found is located in student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Anything left in lost and found in Student Services will be donated at the end of the day on Friday. Check for your missing items today!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over size XL freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY! The cost is $5 and cash or card is accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Doctor Who Club will meet TODAY after school in E106 until 4:15...all are welcome!
  • This year's fall musical is "Little Women"! Auditions are right around the corner! To find out more about auditions, come to our call out meeting TODAY from 3:15-4:15 in the drama room A121!
  • Attention Wrestlers: The Wrestling Call-Out Meeting will be TODAY after school in the Media Center. If you cannot attend due to participating in a Fall Sport or other reason, please see Mr. Ferguson as soon as possible for information.
  • There will be a call out meeting for all girls interested in playing basketball next season TOMORROW, August 18 at 7:30 a.m. in room F205! If you cannot attend please see Mr. Benge.
  • It's Ultimate Frisbee time! Whether you are an experienced Ultimate Frisbee player or a beginner who just enjoys being outside and getting some exercise, all are invited to join the club! If you are interested in participating, come to the Ultimate Frisbee call out meeting TOMORROW morning at 7:45 a.m. in Mrs. Clark's room, H206. If you cannot attend the meeting, see Mrs. Clark or send her an email.
  • School Picture Day is next Tuesday, August 22. If you need an extra form, please stop by the Main Office to pick one up. Remember: In order to be photographed for the yearbook, students need to follow the guidelines on the orange paper attached to the order form.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any boy or girl interested in the PHS swimming and diving team on Monday, August 28th at 3:15 p.m. The meeting will take place inside the pool area.
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin Thursday, September 7th after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.

Student Announcements: 

August 16, 2017

  • Parking Passes need to be purchased by TODAY by 4:00 to avoid school discipline!
  • Tickets are now on sale in the athletic office for the football game at Avon this Friday night. Avoid the lines and purchase yours’ today for $5!

GUIDANCE News:

  • Attn: SENIORS! Guidance counselors will begin meeting with Seniors this week. It is VERY important you attend this meeting with your counselor to discuss graduation.
  • At this time, students cannot make schedule changes. We will only let students drop an elective for a study hall until Aug 29th.

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • August 24th @ 6 PM Senior College Planning Night (for Seniors and Parents)
  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • Students: Our lost and found is located at student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Anything left in lost and found in Student Services will be donated at the end of the day on Friday. Check for your missing items today!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are two left-over freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. We have 1 size large and 2 size XL. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Are you interested in Art and enjoy exploring different art tools and materials? Then Art Club is for you! No experience is necessary...the only requirement is you! Come and enjoy a relaxing afternoon of Art with your fellow Art enthusiasts and take some time to express yourself. There will be a call-out meeting TODAY in room A118 at 3:15.
  • The Spanish club call out meeting is TODAY 3:10 p.m. in the LGI room. Come learn about our activities this year!
  • FCA meets again this TOMORROW morning at 7:21 a.m. Even if you missed FCA last week, you can still come this week. See you at FCA this Thursday morning at 7:21 in room A121.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this TOMORROW, August 17. The cost is $5 and cash or credit card is accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • This year's fall musical is "Little Women"! Auditions are right around the corner! To find out more about auditions, come to our call out meeting TOMORROW, August 17 from 3:15-4:15 in the drama room!
  • Attention Wrestlers: The Wrestling Call-Out Meeting will be this TOMORROW, August 17 after school in the High School Media Center. If you cannot attend due to participating in a Fall Sport or other reason, please see Mr. Ferguson as soon as possible for information.
  • There will be a call out meeting for all girls interested in playing basketball next season on Friday, August 18 at 7:30 a.m. in room F205! If you cannot attend please see Mr. Benge.
  • It's Ultimate Frisbee time! Whether you are an experienced Ultimate Frisbee player or a beginner who just enjoys being outside and getting some exercise, all are invited to join the club! If you are interested in participating, come to the Ultimate Frisbee call out meeting this Friday morning at 7:45 a.m. in Mrs. Clark's room, H206. If you cannot attend the meeting, see Mrs. Clark or send her an email.
  • School Picture Day is Tuesday, August 22. Order forms were given to students in their English classes today. If you need an extra form, please stop by the Main Office to pick one up. Remember: In order to be photographed for the yearbook, students need to follow the guidelines on the orange paper attached to the order form.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.
  • Students mark your calendars, picture day is next Tuesday, August 22. More details to come soon!
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any boy or girl interested in the PHS swimming and diving team on Monday, August 28th at 3:15 p.m. The meeting will take place inside the pool area.
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin Thursday, September 7th after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.

Student Announcements: 

August 15, 2017

  • Come to the Quaker Corner TODAY to place an order for the Avon Rivalry football shirts. Shirts are only $10.00 and must be pre-purchased. Shirts will arrive Friday, the day of the game and they will be available for pickup in the Quaker Corner. You must order TODAY by the end of school!
  • TONIGHT the PHS boys’ soccer team takes on Brownsburg at HOME for their season opener at 5:30! Come out and support the team! GO RED PRIDE!
  • Parking Passes need to be purchased by TOMORROW, August 16 to avoid school discipline!
  • Tickets are on sale now in the athletic office for the football game at Avon this Friday night. Avoid the lines and purchase yours’ today for $5!

GUIDANCE News:

  • TODAY is the LATE Registration Deadline for students to sign up for the August 26th SAT!
  • Attn: SENIORS! Guidance counselors will begin meeting with Seniors this week. It is VERY important you attend this meeting with your counselor to discuss graduation.
  • At this time, students cannot make schedule changes. We will only let students drop an elective for a study hall until Aug 29th.

Other upcoming dates from guidance:

  • August 24th @ 6 PM Senior College Planning Night (for Seniors and Parents)
  • September 11th @ 6PM Parent Financial Aid Night (Grade 12)
  • September 13th Deadline for HCCF Scholarships (Grade 12)
  • September 13th-14th @ 6PM ZAPS PSAT/SAT Test Prep (Grades 10-12)
  • September 14th @ 3:15 ZAPS Study Smart Seminar (Grades 9-12)
  • Students: Our lost and found is located at student services if you are missing anything!
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Anything left in lost and found in Student Services will be donated at the end of the day on Friday. Check for your missing items today!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are three left-over freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. We have 1 size large and 2 size XL. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • Are you interested in Art and enjoy exploring different art tools and materials? Then Art Club is for you! No experience is necessary...the only requirement is you! Come and enjoy a relaxing afternoon of Art with your fellow Art enthusiasts and take some time to express yourself. There will be a call-out meeting TODAY in room A118 at 3:15.
  • The PHS Drama Club starts up its’ year TODAY after school in room A121. Come hang out and see what the drama is really all about. Meeting will end at 4:00. See Mrs. Alexander with questions.
  • The DECA call out meeting will be tomorrow, August 16th at 7:30 a.m. in Room G103 (Miss Craft's room)! You do NOT have to be in a business or marketing class to join!
  • The Spanish club call out meeting is this Wednesday either at 7:30 a.m. or 3:10 p.m. after school in the LGI room. Come learn about our activities this year!
  • FCA meets again this Thursday morning at 7:21 a.m. Even if you missed FCA last week, you can still come this week. See you at FCA this Thursday morning at 7:21 in room A121.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this Thursday, August 17. The cost is $5 and cash or credit card is accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • This year's fall musical is "Little Women"! Auditions are right around the corner! To find out more about auditions, come to our call out meeting this Thursday, August 17 from 3:15-4:15 in the drama room!
  • Attention Wrestlers: The Wrestling Call-Out Meeting will be this Thursday, August 17 after school in the High School Media Center. If you cannot attend due to participating in a Fall Sport or other reason, please see Mr. Ferguson as soon as possible for information.
  • School Picture Day is Tuesday, August 22. Order forms were given to students in their English classes today. If you need an extra form, please stop by the Main Office to pick one up. Remember: In order to be photographed for the yearbook, students need to follow the guidelines on the orange paper attached to the order form.
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.
  • Students mark your calendars, picture day is next Tuesday, August 22. More details to come soon!
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any boy or girl interested in the PHS swimming and diving team on Monday, August 28th at 3:15 p.m. The meeting will take place inside the pool area.
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin Thursday, September 7th after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.

Student Announcements: 

August 10, 2017

  • TOMORROW is the last day to place an order during the ‘One Week Yearbook Sale’ and it is the ONLY time you can buy your yearbook at PHS! The price is the lowest it will be all year…only $55! Pick up an order form at the Main Office or print one from the school's website and bring it to the Treasurer by Friday!
  • TOMORROW night our PHS football team hosts Brownsburg in a scrimmage game at 6:00. It’s Jersey night! Come out and support your Quakers!
  • Students: Our lost and found is located at student services if you are missing anything!
  • Fee statements for this school year will be mailed home to parents by August 15.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $35!
  • Students, the National Honor Society has officially started tutoring after school. Tutoring will take place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Freshman: There are three left-over freshman t-shirts for sale! They are $15. We have 1 size large and 2 size XL. Act fast…when they are gone they’re gone!
  • SENIORS: If you pre-ordered a senior t-shirt, PLEASE pick it up in the College and Career Office in Guidance TODAY!
  • If you were not able to make the Reading Club call out meeting, please make sure you stop by the media center for more information.
  • Do you enjoy board games, card games, table-top games, video games, or puzzles? Then the Game Club is the place for you! Come to a call-out meeting TODAY after school at 3:15 in room E206. Let’s play!
  • The first meeting of the Doctor Who Club will be TODAY after school in E106 until 4:15. Doctor Who Club is a meeting for fans of Doctor Who, friends of fans, sci-fi fans, or anyone who wants to come…all are welcome, always! Questions? See Mr. Newbold in guidance!
  • Have you been told, “Join a club! Get connected! You will have fun and make new friends!”? Well, it’s true, and have we got the club for you! Interact is a service club – join and see how awesome it feels to serve others! The call out meeting is TOMORROW, in room E101. Join us at 7:30 a.m. in Mrs. Payton’s room Friday to hear more about the Interact Club!
  • Are you interested in writing, shooting, editing or starring in original films? If so, come check out the PHS Film Club TOMORROW after school in Room H204. Questions about the club? See Mrs. Sedwick in H204.
  • Come support 11 Senior girls this Saturday, August 12th at 6 pm in the PHS auditorium as they participate in the Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield program. Eight girls from Plainfield and 3 girls from Cascade will compete for scholarship money in 5 categories. The winner will represent Plainfield at the STATE program in February. Tickets are $8 for Adults and $5 for students and can be purchased at the door. Good luck Girls!!
  • The Junior Optimists (formerly the Octagon Club) will be meeting in the LGI room at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, August 14. This organization strives to be positive and to give back to the community. Students also have the opportunity to earn service hours. We would love to see you at the first meeting. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Treash in E108 or Mrs. Whicker in E208. We look forward to a great school year!
  • If you would like to be a part of the Riley Dance Marathon Committee, our call out meeting is Tuesday, August 15 at 7:30 a.m. in Mr. Ferguson's Room (F208). If you cannot attend and would still like to be a part of RDM please talk to Mr. Ferguson before or after school at your convenience.
  • Are you interested in Art and enjoy exploring different art tools and materials? Then Art Club is for you! No experience is necessary...the only requirement is you! Come and enjoy a relaxing afternoon of Art with your fellow Art enthusiasts and take some time to express yourself. There will be a call-out meeting on Tuesday August 15th in room A118 at 3:15.
  • The PHS Drama Club starts up its’ year on Tuesday, August 15 after school in room A121. Come hang out and see what the drama is really all about. Meeting will end at 4:00. See Mrs. Alexander with questions.
  • The DECA call out meeting will be next Wednesday, August 16th at 7:30 a.m. in Room G103 (Miss Craft's room)! You do NOT have to be in a business or marketing class to join!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches next Thursday, August 17. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • This year's fall musical is "Little Women"! Auditions are right around the corner! To find out more about auditions, come to our call out meeting on August 17 from 3:15-4:15 in the drama room!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.
  • Students mark your calendars, picture day is Tuesday, August 22. More details to come soon!
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any boy or girl interested in the PHS swimming and diving team on Monday, August 28th at 3:15 p.m. The meeting will take place inside the pool area.
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin Thursday, September 7th after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend!

                        Student Announcements: 

August 8, 2017

  • Students: Please invite your parents to the PHS Open House and School Safety Meeting this Wednesday, August 9 from 6:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
  • Students: Our lost and found is located at student services if you are missing anything!
  • Fee statements for this school year will be mailed home to parents by August 15.
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for $35!
  • This week is the One Week Yearbook Sale and it is the ONLY time you can buy your yearbook at PHS! The price is the lowest it will be all year…only $55! Pick up an order form at the Main Office or print one from the school's website and bring it to the Treasurer by Friday!
  • SENIORS: If you ordered a senior t-shirt, they will be available to pick up in the College and Career Office in Guidance.
  • FRESHMEN: If you ordered a freshmen t-shirt, please come to the main office to pick it up!
  • If you were not able to make the Reading Club call out meeting, please make sure you stop by the media center for more information.
  • Ambassadors will have their first meeting on Wednesday at 7:20 a.m. in the main office conference room, please be prompt!
  • Any students interested in joining MSA for the 17-18 school year are welcome to join us on Wednesday, August 9, at 7:20 a.m. in room E110. See Ms. Farris with questions if you cannot make the initial meeting!
  • The Fellowship of Christian Athletes, henceforth known as FCA, invites you to join us. We will first meet on Thursday morning, August 10, at 7:21 in the morning. Again, the first FCA meeting is August 10.
  • Do you enjoy board games, card games, table-top games, video games, or puzzles? Then the Game Club is the place for you! Come to a call-out meeting Thursday, August 10th after school at 3:15 in room E206. Let’s play!
  • The first meeting of the Doctor Who Club will be this Thursday, August 10th, after school in E106 until 4:15. Doctor Who Club is a meeting for fans of Doctor Who, friends of fans, sci-fi fans, or anyone who wants to come…all are welcome, always! Questions? See Mr. Newbold in guidance!
  • Have you been told, “Join a club! Get connected! You will have fun and make new friends!”? Well, it’s true, and have we got the club for you! Interact is a service club – join and see how awesome it feels to serve others! The call out meeting is Friday, August 11, in room E101. Join us at 7:30 a.m. in Mrs. Payton’s room Friday to hear more about the Interact Club!
  • Are you interested in writing, shooting, editing or starring in original films? If so, come check out the PHS Film Club this Friday, Aug. 11 after school in Room H204. Questions about the club? See Mrs. Sedwick in H204.
  • Come support 11 Senior girls this Saturday, August 12th at 6 pm in the PHS auditorium as they participate in the Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield program. Eight girls from Plainfield and 3 girls from Cascade will compete for scholarship money in 5 categories—scholastics, interview, self-expression, talent, and fitness. The highest overall score will represent Plainfield at the STATE program in February. Tickets are $8 for Adults and $5 for students and can be purchased at the door. Good luck Girls!!
  • The Junior Optimists (formerly the Octagon Club) will be meeting in the LGI room at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, August 14. This organization strives to be positive and to give back to the community. Students also have the opportunity to earn service hours. We would love to see you at the first meeting. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Treash in E108 or Mrs. Whicker in E208. We look forward to a great school year!
  • If you would like to be a part of the Riley Dance Marathon Committee, our call out meeting is Tuesday, August 15 at 7:30 a.m. in Mr. Ferguson's Room (F208). If you cannot attend and would still like to be a part of RDM please talk to Mr. Ferguson before or after school at your convenience.
  • The PHS Drama Club starts up its’ year on Tuesday, August 15 after school in room A121. Come hang out and see what the drama is really all about. Meeting will end at 4:00. See Mrs. Alexander with questions.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, August 17. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • This year's fall musical is "Little Women"! Auditions are right around the corner! To find out more about auditions, come to our call out meeting on August 17 from 3:15-4:15 in the drama room!
  • Have you ever wanted to visit Japan? Have you ever wanted to see Tokyo, Kyoto, and the Japanese countryside? Have you dreamed about seeing sumo wrestling, ancient shrines, and learning about Japanese culture and food? If so, join some of your fellow students on an eleven- day trip to Japan in June of 2018! For more information, please see or contact Mr. Newbold in guidance.
  • Students mark your calendars, picture day is Tuesday, August 22. More details to come soon!
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any boy or girl interested in the PHS swimming and diving team on Monday, August 28th at 3:15 p.m. The meeting will take place inside the pool area.
  • Callouts for the 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will begin Thursday August 31st after school until 4:30. A reminder that during the fall semester we meet in A123 (Mr. Schmitt’s room) every Thursday. Can’t wait to see you there, and bring a friend.
  • Welcome back students…let’s have a GREAT YEAR!

Student Announcements:

August 4, 2017

  • Students: Please tell your parents about the PHS Open House and School Safety Meeting on Wednesday, August 9 at 6:00 p.m.
  • SENIORS: If you ordered a senior t-shirt, they will be available during the senior meeting on Friday.
  • FRESHMEN: If you ordered a freshmen t-shirt, please come to the main office to pick it up!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for $35!
  • The boys and girls cross country team will be hosting a carwash this Saturday morning from 10-12 at PCMS in the east parking lot. Feel free to stop by!
  • It is yearbook sale time! Next week—Aug. 7-11, is the best time to purchase! It is the only time that you can order them at PHS and at the lowest price of $55. Pick up a form at the main office.
  • Do you love to read? Then make sure you attend the first meeting for the Reading Club Monday, August 7th right after school in the media center. If you can’t make it, please stop by and see Mrs. DuBois in the media center.
  • Hungry for some delicious Mexican food? Please come and support the junior class on Monday night, August 7th at Iguana’s across from Meijer. Order your favorite taco, burrito, or enchilada, and we’ll earn 15% of the bill. Bring the entire family, and thank you in advance!
  • There will be a Baseball call-out meeting in room G105 before school at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 8th. All players interested in trying out for the upcoming season need to attend. See Coach Abrell if you are unable to attend the meeting.
  • Are you interested in joining a club centered around helping people in your own community, learning leadership skills, and a great way to make connections for your future? Come to the call-out meeting for Key Club Tuesday, August 8th at 7:30 am in Room E107 (Mrs. Rowland's Room). Key Club International is the high school organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. Key Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, state, and international levels.
  • Any students interested in joining MSA for the 17-18 school year are welcome to join us on Wednesday, August 9, at 7:20 a.m. in room E110. See Ms. Farris with questions if you cannot make the initial meeting!
  • The Fellowship of Christian Athletes, henceforth known as FCA, invites you to join us. We will first meet on Thursday morning, August 10, at 7:21 in the morning. Again, the first FCA meeting is August 10.
  • Do you enjoy board games, card games, table-top games, video games, or puzzles? Then the Game Club is the place for you! Come to a call-out meeting Thursday, August 10th after school at 3:15 in room E206. Let’s play!
  • Have you been told, “Join a club! Get connected! You will have fun and make new friends!”? Well, it’s true, and have we got the club for you! Interact is a service club – join and see how awesome it feels to serve others! The call out meeting is Friday, August 11, in room E101. Join us at 7:30 in Mrs. Payton’s room Friday to hear more about the Interact Club!
  • The Junior Optimists (formerly the Octagon Club) will be meeting in the LGI room at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, August 14. This organization strives to be positive and to give back to the community. Students also have the opportunity to earn service hours. We would love to see you at the first meeting. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Treash in E108 or Mrs. Whicker in E208. We look forward to a great school year!
  • The PHS Drama Club starts up its’ year on Tuesday, August 15 after school in room A121. Come hang out and see what the drama is really all about. Meeting will end at 4:00. See Mrs. Alexander with questions.
  • Students mark your calendars, picture day is Tuesday, August 22. More details to come soon!
  • Welcome back students…let’s have a GREAT YEAR!

Student Announcements: 

August 3, 2017

  • Eat at Chipotle tonight from 5-9pm and support the PHS Student Government. You must tell them at checkout that you are there for the PHS Student Government fundraiser. Thank you for your support!
  • SENIORS: If you ordered a senior t-shirt, they will be available during the senior meeting on Friday.
  • FRESHMEN: If you ordered a freshmen t-shirt, please come to the main office to pick it up!
  • Student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for $35!
  • The boys and girls cross country team will be hosting a carwash this Saturday morning from 10-12 at PCMS in the east parking lot. Feel free to stop by!
  • It is yearbook sale time! Next week—Aug. 7-11, is the best time to purchase! It is the only time that you can order them at PHS and at the lowest price of $55. Pick up a form at the main office.
  • Do you love to read? Then make sure you attend the first meeting for the Reading Club Monday, August 7th right after school in the media center. If you can’t make it, please stop by and see Mrs. DuBois in the media center.
  • Hungry for some delicious Mexican food? Please come and support the junior class on Monday night, August 7th at Iguana’s across from Meijer. Order your favorite taco, burrito, or enchilada, and we’ll earn 15% of the bill. Bring the entire family, and thank you in advance!
  • There will be a Baseball call-out meeting in room G105 before school at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 8th. All players interested in trying out for the upcoming season need to attend. See Coach Abrell if you are unable to attend the meeting.
  • Are you interested in joining a club centered around helping people in your own community, learning leadership skills, and a great way to make connections for your future? Come to the call-out meeting for Key Club Tuesday, August 8th at 7:30 am in Room E107 (Mrs. Rowland's Room).Key Club International is the high school organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. Key Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, state, and international levels.
  • Any students interested in joining MSA for the 17-18 school year are welcome to join us on Wednesday, August 9, at 7:20 a.m. in room E110. See Ms. Farris with questions if you cannot make the initial meeting!
  • The Fellowship of Christian Athletes, henceforth known as FCA, invites you to join us. We will first meet on Thursday morning, August 10, at 7:21 in the morning. Again, the first FCA meeting is August 10.
  • Do you enjoy board games, card games, table-top games, video games, or puzzles? Then the Game Club is the place for you! Come to a call-out meeting Thursday, August 10th after school at 3:15 in room E206. Let’s play!
  • The PHS Drama Club starts up its’ year on Tuesday, August 15 after school in room A121. Come hang out and see what the drama is really all about. Meeting will end at 4:00. See Mrs. Alexander with questions.
  • Students mark your calendars, picture day is Tuesday, August 22. More details to come soon!
  • Welcome back students…let’s have a GREAT YEAR!