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Friday 1-17-2020

Athletics:

7th grade girls basketball fought hard to hold off the Franklin A team 36 to 21. B game win went to the grizzlies. The entire 7th grade team will be recognized on Saturday in between the JV and varsity games at PHS. Players, be there by 12:45, wear your warm up shirt, and be ready to practice after the game.

8th grade girls basketball A and B teams both fell to a very good Franklin team last night.

Attention Basketball Fans: The Boys' Mid-State Conference Tournament begins next Tuesday vs. Perry Meridian with an 8th Grade start time of 5:45. The 7th Grade game will occur after the 8th. General admission is $4.00...students and seniors $2. This applies to everyone… NO passes or spirit wear shirts will allow “free” admission to tournament events.

Attention 6th graders: Plainfield Optimist Baseball League registration is now open. There are flyers at the front office with more information.

Clubs:

Good Luck to the Dance Team as they compete on Saturday at the Avon Invitational. If you want to see them, they perform around 11:55am at Avon HS. $5 for students and $7 for adults.

Math Academic Super Bowl will meet on Tuesday the 21st before school at 7am in Ms. Giesting’s room #915

Video/game club will be meeting Tues. the 21st after school until 3:45 in room S31 with Mrs. Morken. Please make sure you have a ride to pick you up at door 1. Come join us!

See you all then!

Junior Optimist Club will meet next Thursday, January 23 after school until 3:45 in room 232. We will be making Valentines for the nursing home. Please come and join us!

General:

Attention ALL Students: Do you like to draw? Do you consider yourself an artist? Would you like your artwork to be featured on the 2020 Yearbook Cover? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should enter the Cover Design Contest for the 2020 yearbook! The theme this year is “The Quaker Way.” You can pick up the required template and directions from Mrs. Mansfield North in the library. Designs are due by January 31st. The winner will receive a FREE yearbook! Good luck, and may the best cover win!

The Purduettes from Purdue University will be in concert at PHS tomorrow at 7:00. This premier ladies vocal group features 4 PHS graduates: Kira Siepman, Serena Viau, Ceci Daily and Hannah Friddle. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for adults and under age 5 is free! Tickets will be sold at the door or in advance at Purduettes show link. Please join us for a great concert and all proceeds will benefit the PHS choral department!

Attention students: Please check the lost and found for any missing items. All things that are not claimed will be taken to good will on Monday.

Tuesday is PTO spirit day. Be sure to wear you Plainfield gear or colors and visit the PTO table during your lunch.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Thursday 1-16-2020

Athletics:

In 7th grade boys basketball news, both teams played great to end their regular seasons...A team prevailed 37-19 and the B team battled back from a half time deficit and closed out the game on a 5-0 run to win 31-27. Post season prep starts tomorrow and the B tournament travels to Zionsville this weekend for their tourney - wish them good luck!

Last night both 7th grade girls basketball teams beat Decatur Central. A team won 39 to 10 and B team won 22 to 4. We hope to see you tonight at home verses Franklin.

Your 8th grade boys basketball was victorious last night. The A team won 40-33 and the B team won 32-23. Great job guys.

The 8th grade girls team was also victorious last night. The A team won 28-21 and the B team won 23-8. Great job ladies!!! The girls travel tonight to take on Franklin at Franklin

Attention Basketball Fans: The Boys' Mid-State Conference Tournament begins next Tuesday vs. Perry Meridian with an 8th Grade start time of 5:45. The 7th Grade game will occur after the 8th. General admission is $4.00...students and seniors $2. This applies to everyone… NO passes or spirit wear shirts will allow “free” admission to tournament events.

Attention anyone interested in playing baseball. Plainfield High School baseball players and coaches are hosting a clinic tonight and also February 6th and February 13th from 5:30 until 6:45p. There IS a cost for the clinic. Flyers are at the front office and information and the link to register is  Baseball Clinc Registration Link

Jump Rope Club will meet today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Custodial Club will meet today after school in the commons area. All are welcome.

The Interact Club will meet after school today from 3-4 in Miss Harris' room, 916! Feel free to join us as well as bringing in donations for the people in our community in need. Remember, we are collecting goods for those in need in our community! We encourage 6th grade to bring any kind of hair supplies like shampoo, conditioner, and brushes! We ask that 7th grade donate body supplies such as body wash, soap, hand sanitizer, deodorant! Finally, we ask that the 8th grade donate teeth supplies such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss! All of this can be put in Miss Harris' Room in 916! PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING THROUGHOUT THIS WEEK! "

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will be meeting after school today until 4:30 pm in Mr. DeHoff's room, #813. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff. Meetings will be every Thursday.

Video/game club will be meeting Tues. the 21st after school until 3:45 in room S31 with Mrs. Morken. Please make sure you have a ride to pick you up at door 1. Come join us!

See you all then!

For those still interested in signing up for golf club, see Mr. Vandewalle in room 814. You may sign up for Monday after school, or Wednesday from 4-5.

General:

Yearbook Group Picture Day is today. Please make sure you have your club shirt. Band and Orchestra will be photographed at a later date, so you do not need to bring your shirts.

Attention ALL Students: Do you like to draw? Do you consider yourself an artist? Would you like your artwork to be featured on the 2020 Yearbook Cover? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should enter the Cover Design Contest for the 2020 yearbook! The theme this year is “The Quaker Way.” You can pick up the required template and directions from Mrs. Mansfield North in the library. Designs are due by January 31st. The winner will receive a FREE yearbook! Good luck, and may the best cover win!

The Purduettes from Purdue University will be in concert at PHS this Saturday, January 18 at 7:00. This premier ladies vocal group features 4 PHS graduates: Kira Siepman, Serena Viau, Ceci Daily and Hannah Friddle. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for adults and under age 5 is free! Tickets will be sold at the door or in advance at Purduettes show link. Please join us for a great concert and all proceeds will benefit the PHS choral department!

Attention students: Please check the lost and found for any missing items. All things that are not claimed will be taken to good will on Monday.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Wednesday 1-15-2020

Athletics:

Your PCMS wrestling team was victorious over Speedway last night with a score of 75-33. Great job gentlemen!!

Your 7th grade boys basketball A team didn’t play great, but the sign of a good team is battling when things aren’t going well, and still coming away with a win, which they did, 45-37. The B team fought hard, coming back from being down double digits to tie the game, but couldn’t pull through...losing 39-34. Great effort guys!!! Both teams’ last regular season games are this evening at Decatur with a tip off at 5:30.

The 8th grade boys basketball team was back in action last night at Clark Pleasant. The boys struggled early, but made a late run towards the end, but came up short and lost 33-29. The 8 grade B team lost 28-25. The boys are back at it tonight at home against Decatur.

Your 7th grade girls basketball team travels to Decatur tonight to take on the Hawks. Tip off is at 5:30. Your 8th grade girls are at home tonight with a tip off at 5:30.

Any 8th grader interested in playing football next year, there will be a meeting tomorrow morning at 7:30 am in the Wrestling Room. There will be information about opportunities this winter and spring. If you are planning to play Freshman Football this fall, BE THERE!

Attention anyone interested in playing baseball. Plainfield High School baseball players and coaches are hosting a clinic Thursday January 16th, February 6th and February 13th from 5:30 until 6:45p. There IS a cost for the clinic. Flyers are at the front office and information and the link to register is Baseball Clinc Registration Link.

Clubs:

The Interact Club will be collecting goods for those in need in our community! We encourage 6th grade to bring any kind of hair supplies like shampoo, conditioner, and brushes! We ask that 7th grade donate body supplies such as body wash, soap, hand sanitizer, deodorant! Finally, we ask that the 8th grade donate teeth supplies such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss! All of this can be put in Miss Harris' Room in 916! PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING THROUGHOUT THIS WEEK! "

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will be meeting after school tomorrow until 4:30 pm in Mr. DeHoff's room, #813. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff. Meetings will be every Thursday.

The Social Studies Academic Super Bowl team will meet today after school from 3-4:30 in Mr. Johnson’s room, #307. Meetings will take place every Wednesday.

For those still interested in signing up for golf club, see Mr. Vandewalle in room 814. You may sign up for Monday after school, or Wednesday from 4-5.

General:

Yearbook Group Picture Day is tomorrow. If you are a member of a group that has shirts, you need to wear or bring your shirt on Thursday. Band and Orchestra will be photographed at a later date, so you do not need to bring your shirts.

Attention ALL Students: Do you like to draw? Do you consider yourself an artist? Would you like your artwork to be featured on the 2020 Yearbook Cover? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should enter the Cover Design Contest for the 2020 yearbook! The theme this year is “The Quaker Way.” You can pick up the required template and directions from Mrs. Mansfield North in the library. Designs are due by January 31st. The winner will receive a FREE yearbook! Good luck, and may the best cover win!

The Purduettes from Purdue University will be in concert at PHS this Saturday, January 18 at 7:00. This premier ladies vocal group features 4 PHS graduates: Kira Siepman, Serena Viau, Ceci Daily and Hannah Friddle. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for adults and under age 5 is free! Tickets will be sold at the door or in advance at Purduettes show link. Please join us for a great concert and all proceeds will benefit the PHS choral department!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Tuesday 1-14-2020

Athletics:

The small gym was an exciting place last night! 7th grade girls basketball A and B came up with tough wins against Avon North. The orioles came expecting to win but your plainfield lady quakers played harder and smarter. Thanks again to the great fans.

The girls 8th grade A team lost the battle to Avon and the 8th grade B team won. The girls are back in action Thursday night against Franklin.

Your 7th and 8th grade boys basketball teams take on Clark Pleasant tonight. The 7th grade team plays at home with a tip off of 5:30. Your 8th grade team is away with a tip off at 5:30. Good luck guys!!

Your middle school wrestling team begins their season tonight against Speedway, at Speedway. Good luck gentlemen!!!

Any 8th grader interested in playing football next year, there will be a meeting this Thursday, January 16th at 7:30 am in the Wrestling Room. There will be information about opportunities this winter and spring. If you are planning to play Freshman Football this fall, BE THERE!

Attention anyone interested in playing baseball. Plainfield High School baseball players and coaches are hosting a clinic on January 16th, February 6th and February 13th from 5:30 until 6:45p. There IS a cost for the clinic. Flyers are at the front office and information and the link to register is Baseball Clinc Registration Link.

Clubs:

Beginning today, the Interact Club will be collecting goods for those in need in our community! We encourage 6th grade to bring any kind of hair supplies like shampoo, conditioner, and brushes! We ask that 7th grade donate body supplies such as body wash, soap, hand sanitizer, deodorant! Finally, we ask that the 8th grade donate teeth supplies such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss! All of this can be put in Miss Harris' Room in 916! PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING THROUGHOUT THIS WEEK! "

Slippery, slimy snakes sleep soundly in the sand. Come join reptile club today from 3:30-4:00 in room 726 to learn more about snakes. Slither on by!

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our meeting is today after school in the library. Please bring your copy of the book, Last Day on Mars, to the meeting and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will be meeting after school Thursday, Jan.16th, until 4:30 pm in Mr. DeHoff's room, #813. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff. Meetings will be every Thursday.

The Social Studies Academic Super Bowl team will meet this Wednesday after school from 3-4:30 in Mr. Johnson’s room, #307. Meetings will take place every Wednesday.

For those still interested in signing up for golf club, see Mr. Vandewalle in room 814. You may sign up for Monday after school, or Wednesday from 4-5.

General:

Yearbook Group Picture Day will be this Thursday, January 16th. If you are a member of a group that has shirts, you need to wear or bring your shirt on Thursday. Band and Orchestra will be photographed at a later date, so you do not need to bring your shirts.

Attention ALL Students: Do you like to draw? Do you consider yourself an artist? Would you like your artwork to be featured on the 2020 Yearbook Cover? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should enter the Cover Design Contest for the 2020 yearbook! The theme this year is “The Quaker Way.” You can pick up the required template and directions from Mrs. Mansfield North in the library. Designs are due by January 31st. The winner will receive a FREE yearbook! Good luck, and may the best cover win!

The Purduettes from Purdue University will be in concert at PHS this Saturday, January 18 at 7:00. This premier ladies vocal group features 4 PHS graduates: Kira Siepman, Serena Viau, Ceci Daily and Hannah Friddle. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for adults and under age 5 is free! Tickets will be sold at the door or in advance at Purduettes show link. Please join us for a great concert and all proceeds will benefit the PHS choral department!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Monday 1-13-2020

Athletics:

The 7th and 8th grade Lady Quakers basketball teams take on Avon North tonight. Both teams play at home and tip-offs are at 5:00.

Any 8th grader interested in playing football next year, there will be a meeting this Thursday, January 16th at 7:30 am in the Wrestling Room. There will be information about opportunities this winter and spring. If you are planning to play Freshman Football this fall, BE THERE!

Attention anyone interested in playing baseball. Plainfield High School baseball players and coaches are hosting a clinic on January 16th, February 6th and February 13th from 5:30 until 6:45p. There IS a cost for the clinic. Flyers are at the front office and information and the link to register is Baseball Clinc Registration Link.

Clubs:

Anyone interested in Math Academic Super Bowl, please attend the first practice today after school from 3-4 in Ms. Giesting's room 915. Please see Ms. Geiesting if you have any questions.

The Creative Writing Club will meet today from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Beginning tomorrow, the Interact Club will be collecting goods for those in need in our community! We encourage 6th grade to bring any kind of hair supplies like shampoo, conditioner, and brushes! We ask that 7th grade donate body supplies such as body wash, soap, hand sanitizer, deodorant! Finally, we ask that the 8th grade donate teeth supplies such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss! All of this can be put in Miss Harris' Room in 916! PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING THROUGHOUT THIS WEEK! "

Slippery, slimy snakes sleep soundly in the sand. Come join reptile club tomorrow from 3:30-4:00 in room 726 to learn more about snakes. Slither on by!

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our meeting is tomorrow after school in the library. Please bring your copy of the book, Last Day on Mars, to the meeting and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will be meeting after school Thursday, Jan.16th, until 4:30 pm in Mr. DeHoff's room, #813. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff. Meetings will be every Thursday.

The Social Studies Academic Super Bowl team will meet this Wednesday after school from 3-4:30 in Mr. Johnson’s room, #307. Meetings will take place every Wednesday.

For those that signed up for golf club for Monday, please meet Mr. Vandewalle in room 814 after school today. Have your ride pick you up at door 14 at 4:05. For those still interested in signing up for golf club, see Mr. Vandewalle in room 814. You may sign up for Monday after school, or Wednesday from 4-5.

General:

Yearbook Group Picture Day will be this Thursday, January 16th. If you are a member of a group that has shirts, you need to wear or bring your shirt on Thursday. Band and Orchestra will be photographed at a later date, so you do not need to bring your shirts.

Attention ALL Students: Do you like to draw? Do you consider yourself an artist? Would you like your artwork to be featured on the 2020 Yearbook Cover? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should enter the Cover Design Contest for the 2020 yearbook! The theme this year is “The Quaker Way.” You can pick up the required template and directions from Mrs. Mansfield North in the library. Designs are due by January 31st. The winner will receive a FREE yearbook! Good luck, and may the best cover win!

The Purduettes from Purdue University will be in concert at PHS on Saturday, January 18 at 7:00. This premier ladies vocal group features 4 PHS graduates: Kira Siepman, Serena Viau, Ceci Daily and Hannah Friddle. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for adults and under age 5 is free! Tickets will be sold at the door or in advance at Purduettes show link. Please join us for a great concert and all proceeds will benefit the PHS choral department!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Friday 1-10-2020

Athletics:

7th grade girls basketball opened their season last night at home against cascade. Both A and B teams were victorious over the cadets. 47-18 and 19-18. Big shout out to the awesome student section and cheerleaders! Thank you for a great home court welcome.

The 8th grade girls basketball teams both came up short at Cascade. A team lost 28-20 and B team lost 22-15.

Any 8th grader interested in playing football next year, there will be a meeting on Thursday, January 16th at 7:30 am in the Wrestling Room. There will be information about opportunities this winter and spring. If you are planning to play Freshman Football this fall, BE THERE!

Attention anyone interested in playing baseball. Plainfield High School baseball players and coaches are hosting a clinic on January 16th, February 6th and February 13th from 5:30 until 6:45p. There IS a cost for the clinic. Flyers are at the front office and  the link to register is Baseball Clinc Registration Link

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will be meeting after school every Thursday this semester until 4:30 pm in Mr. DeHoff's room, #813. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff.

Anyone interested in Math Academic Super Bowl, please attend the first practice next Monday, January 13 after school from 3-4 in Ms. Giesting's room 915. Please see Ms. Geiesting if you have any questions.

The Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Jan. 13th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Slippery, slimy snakes sleep soundly in the sand. Come join reptile club on Tuesday, January 14th from 3:30-4:00 in room 726 to learn more about snakes. Slither on by!

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, January 14th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring your book, Last Day on Mars, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Do you like to golf? Do you like putt-putt? If you answered yes to either of those questions, consider signing up for the PCMS after school golf club. We now have an indoor 9-hole putting course. Sign-ups are in the main office on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. After sign ups, a list will be posted showing which day is yours. All attempts will be made to give you your first choice of days.

General:

Students: If you are a car rider and you get picked up at door 2 through 5, you will need to begin waiting for your ride at door 1. Doors 2 through 5 are off limits because that is temporarily the orchestra classroom

In cafeteria news:Starting Monday January 13th there will only be 3 money boxes located in the building to deposit your lunch money into. The locations will be as follows: The main office, The Commons Area, and in between the 700 and 800 hallways. Please fill out an envelope and place your money in the box before 8:50am to be deposited that day. If you have any questions please ask one of the cafeteria staff. Thank you

The Purduettes from Purdue University will be in concert at PHS on Saturday, January 18 at 7:00. This premier ladies vocal group features 4 PHS graduates: Kira Siepman, Serena Viau, Ceci Daily and Hannah Friddle. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for adults and under age 5 is free! Tickets will be sold at the door or in advance at tickets4u.com/events/Purduettes. Please join us for a great concert and all proceeds will benefit the PHS choral department!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Thursday 1-9-2020

Athletics:

Good luck to our 7th and 8th grade Lady Quaker’s basketball teams as they begin their season tonight against Cascade. 7th grade plays at home tonight with a tip-off at 5:30.  Your 8th grade team is away at Cascade with a tip-off at 5:30. Good luck ladies!!!

Any 8th grader interested in playing football next year, there will be a meeting on Thursday, January 16th at 7:30 am in the Wrestling Room. There will be information about opportunities this winter and spring. If you are planning to play Freshman Football this fall, BE THERE!

Attention anyone interested in playing baseball. Plainfield High School baseball players and coaches are hosting a clinic on January 16th, February 6th and February 13th from 5:30 until 6:45p. There IS a cost for the clinic. Flyers are at the front office and information and the link to register are on the PCMS website. . Baseball Clinc Registration Link

Clubs:

Jump Rope Club is CANCELLED for this week! We will plan to meet next Thursday, Jan. 16, until 3:45. See you then!

Attention NJHS members: Today is our first NJHS meeting of 2020. Don't miss it.

Custodial Club will meet after school today in the commons area.

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will be meeting after school every Thursday this semester, beginning today, until 4:30 pm in Mr. DeHoff's room, #813. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff.

Attention to those wanting to participate in the Social Studies Academic Super Bowl Team...We will be holding our first meeting today afterschool from 3-4:30 in Mr. Johnson's Room 307. Your ride will need to pick you up at door 10.

Anyone interested in Math Academic Super Bowl, please attend the first practice next Monday, January 13 after school from 3-4 in Ms. Giesting's room 915. Please see Ms. Geiesting if you have any questions.

The Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Jan. 13th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Slippery, slimy snakes sleep soundly in the sand. Come join reptile club on Tuesday, January 14th from 3:30-4:00 in room 726 to learn more about snakes. Slither on by!

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, January 14th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring your book, Last Day on Mars, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Do you like to golf? Do you like putt-putt? If you answered yes to either of those questions, consider signing up for the PCMS after school golf club. We now have an indoor 9-hole putting course. Sign-ups are in the main office on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. After sign ups, a list will be posted showing which day is yours. All attempts will be made to give you your first choice of days.

General:

Students: If you are a car rider and you get picked up at door 2 through 5, you will need to begin waiting for your ride at door 1. Doors 2 through 5 are off limits because that is temporarily the orchestra classroom

In cafeteria news:Starting Monday January 13th there will only be 3 money boxes located in the building to deposit your lunch money into. The locations will be as follows: The main office, The Commons Area, and in between the 700 and 800 hallways. Please fill out an envelope and place your money in the box before 8:50am to be deposited that day. If you have any questions please ask one of the cafeteria staff. Thank you

The Purduettes from Purdue University will be in concert at PHS on Saturday, January 18 at 7:00. This premier ladies vocal group features 4 PHS graduates: Kira Siepman, Serena Viau, Ceci Daily and Hannah Friddle. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for adults and under age 5 is free! Tickets will be sold at the door or in advance at tickets4u.com/events/Purduettes. Please join us for a great concert and all proceeds will benefit the PHS choral department!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Wednesday 1-8-2020

Athletics:

Any 8th grader interested in playing football next year, there will be a meeting on Thursday, January 16th at 7:30 am in the Wrestling Room. There will be information about opportunities this winter and spring. If you are planning to play Freshman Football this fall, BE THERE!

Attention anyone interested in playing baseball. Plainfield High School baseball players and coaches are hosting a clinic on January 16th, February 6th and February 13th from 5:30 until 6:45p. There IS a cost for the clinic. Flyers are at the front office and information and the link to register are on the PCMS website.  Baseball Clinc Registration Link

Clubs:

Attention NJHS members: Tomorrow is our first NJHS meeting of 2020. Don't miss it.

Custodial Club will meet after school tomorrow in the commons area.

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will be meeting after school every Thursday this semester, beginning tomorrow, until 4:30 pm in Mr. DeHoff's room, #813. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff.

Attention to those wanting to participate in the Social Studies Academic Super Bowl Team...We will be holding our first meeting tomorrow afterschool from 3-4:30 in Mr. Johnson's Room 307. Your ride will need to pick you up at door 10.

Anyone interested in Math Academic Super Bowl, please attend the first practice next Monday, January 13 after school from 3-4 in Ms. Giesting's room 915. Please see Ms. Geiesting if you have any questions.

The Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Jan. 13th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, January 14th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring your book, Last Day on Mars, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Do you like to golf? Do you like putt-putt? If you answered yes to either of those questions, consider signing up for the PCMS after school golf club. We now have an indoor 9-hole putting course. Sign-ups are in the main office on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. After sign ups, a list will be posted showing which day is yours. All attempts will be made to give you your first choice of days.

General:

Students: If you are a car rider and you get picked up at door 2 through 5, you will need to begin waiting for your ride at door 1. Doors 2 through 5 are off limits because that is temporarily the orchestra classroom

In cafeteria news:Starting Monday January 13th there will only be 3 money boxes located in the building to deposit your lunch money into. The locations will be as follows: The main office, The Commons Area, and in between the 700 and 800 hallways. Please fill out an envelope and place your money in the box before 8:50am to be deposited that day. If you have any questions please ask one of the cafeteria staff. Thank you

The Purduettes from Purdue University will be in concert at PHS on Saturday, January 18 at 7:00. This premier ladies vocal group features 4 PHS graduates: Kira Siepman, Serena Viau, Ceci Daily and Hannah Friddle. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for adults and under age 5 is free! Tickets will be sold at the door or in advance at tickets4u.com/events/Purduettes. Please join us for a great concert and all proceeds will benefit the PHS choral department!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Tuesday 1-7-2020

Athletics:

Any 8th grader interested in playing football next year, there will be a meeting on Thursday, January 16th at 7:30 am in the Wrestling Room. There will be information about opportunities this winter and spring. If you are planning to play Freshman Football this fall, BE THERE!

Clubs:

Attention NJHS members: This Thursday, January 9th, is our first NJHS meeting of 2020. Don't miss it.

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will be meeting after school every Thursday this semester until 4:30 pm in Mr. DeHoff's room, #813. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff.

Attention to those wanting to participate in the Social Studies Academic Super Bowl Team...We will be holding our first meeting Thursday afterschool from 3-4:30 in Mr. Johnson's Room 307. Your ride will need to pick you up at door 10.

Anyone interested in Math Academic Super Bowl, please attend the first practice next Monday, January 13 after school from 3-4 in Ms. Giesting's room 915. Please see Ms. Geiesting if you have any questions.

The Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Jan. 13th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, January 14th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring your book, Last Day on Mars, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Do you like to golf? Do you like putt-putt? If you answered yes to either of those questions, consider signing up for the PCMS after school golf club. We now have an indoor 9-hole putting course. Sign-ups are in the main office on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. After sign ups, a list will be posted showing which day is yours. All attempts will be made to give you your first choice of days.

General:

In cafeteria news:Starting Monday January 13th there will only be 3 money boxes located in the building to deposit your lunch money into. The locations will be as follows: The main office, The Commons Area, and in between the 700 and 800 hallways. Please fill out an envelope and place your money in the box before 8:50am to be deposited that day. If you have any questions please ask one of the cafeteria staff. Thank you

Students, if you are interested in the Plainfield Optimist Essay Contest for 2020 please stop by guidance to get an entry form.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Monday 1-6-2020

Athletics:

Welcome back students and Happy 2020. Let’s make it a great semester!!!

Attention swimmers and divers: Your bus pass for the High School will be given to you during your lunch. Please listen for your name.

Clubs:

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will be meeting after school every Thursday this semester until 4:30 pm in Mr. DeHoff's room, #813. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff.

Attention to those wanting to participate in the Social Studies Academic Super Bowl Team...We will be holding our first meeting Thursday afterschool from 3-4:30 in Mr. Johnson's Room 307. Your ride will need to pick you up at door 10.

General:

Students, if you are interested in the Plainfield Optimist Essay Contest for 2020 please stop by guidance to get an entry form.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Thursday 12-19-2019

Athletics:

Both 7th grade basketball teams played great last night. The A team won 49-29 and B team wond 43-20…..great way to go into break gentlemen.

The 8th grade boys basketball team swept the Martinsville Artisians last night! The A team won 33-23 and the B team won 25-15. We remain undefeated in conference play! We will be back in action after Christmas Break!

Clubs:

No Weight Room Club at the middle school after school today. Enjoy your Christmas Break.

Jump Rope Club is CANCELLED for this week! See you back in January!

General:

This semester many 7th grade projects have focused on the idea of Making Mankind Our Business. As part of this grade-wide theme, our seventh grade participated in a Penny War last week to raise money to help provide food, clothing, and Christmas gifts for several families in Plainfield. These students came through in a big way, raising $3,703 dollars to help meet these needs. The 7th grade English teachers would like to thank our students for giving so generously and for making the welfare of our community, your business. You guys are awesome!

Students, if you are interested in the Plainfield Optimist Essay Contest for 2020 please stop by guidance to get an entry form.

Attention students: There will not be NHS tutoring at the high school through the end of the semester due to finals at the high school.

Attention students interested in Show Choir: The Plainfield High School Show Choir Groups are having a workshop on Jan. 3rd for students in grades 6th, 7th and 8th that are interested in finding out what show choir is all about. The student performers will be working side by side with members of all three PHS Show Choir groups (Belles et Beaux, Femmes Fatales and Nouvelles). The students will learn a song and a choreographed routine that will culminate in a performance at the half time of the PHS basketball game on January 3, 2020. Student performers will receive a T-shirt to be worn with jeans during the performance and they wil be provide a pizza dinner. The workshop will start at 2pm and last through the half-time performance. Once the performance is complete, students are dismissed. Parents and children are welcome to stay for the second half of the game if they so desire. There is a $40 registration fee and the link to register is on our website. There are flyers in the front office. Here is the link: Plainfield High School Show Choir Workshop Registration Link

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Wednesday 12-18-2019

Athletics:

Your boy’s basketball teams are in action tonight against John Wooden. The 7th grade teams plays at John Wooden with a tip off of 5:30. The 8th grade team plays at home with a tip off of 5:30. Good luck gentlemen!!!

Clubs:

General:

This semester many 7th grade projects have focused on the idea of Making Mankind Our Business. As part of this grade-wide theme, our seventh grade participated in a Penny War last week to raise money to help provide food, clothing, and Christmas gifts for several families in Plainfield. These students came through in a big way, raising $3,703 dollars to help meet these needs. The 7th grade English teachers would like to thank our students for giving so generously and for making the welfare of our community, your business. You guys are awesome!

Students, if you are interested in the Plainfield Optimist Essay Contest for 2020 please stop by guidance to get an entry form.

Attention students: There will not be NHS tutoring at the high school through the end of the semester due to finals at the high school.

Attention students interested in Show Choir: The Plainfield High School Show Choir Groups are having a workshop on Jan. 3rd for students in grades 6th, 7th and 8th that are interested in finding out what show choir is all about. The student performers will be working side by side with members of all three PHS Show Choir groups (Belles et Beaux, Femmes Fatales and Nouvelles). The students will learn a song and a choreographed routine that will culminate in a performance at the half time of the PHS basketball game on January 3, 2020. Student performers will receive a T-shirt to be worn with jeans during the performance and they wil be provide a pizza dinner. The workshop will start at 2pm and last through the half-time performance. Once the performance is complete, students are dismissed. Parents and children are welcome to stay for the second half of the game if they so desire. There is a $40 registration fee and the link to register is on our website. There are flyers in the front office. Here is the link: Plainfield High School Show Choir Workshop Registration Link

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Tuesday 12-17-2019

Athletics:

Clubs:

Attention video/game club members…plan to meet in Mrs. Morken's room (S31) directly after school today. Please make sure you have your ride pick you up on time at door one. See you all then!

General:

This semester many 7th grade projects have focused on the idea of Making Mankind Our Business. As part of this grade-wide theme, our seventh grade participated in a Penny War last week to raise money to help provide food, clothing, and Christmas gifts for several families in Plainfield. These students came through in a big way, raising $3,703 dollars to help meet these needs. The 7th grade English teachers would like to thank our students for giving so generously and for making the welfare of our community, your business. You guys are awesome!

Students, if you are interested in the Plainfield Optimist Essay Contest for 2020 please stop by guidance to get an entry form.

Attention students: There will not be NHS tutoring at the high school through the end of the semester due to finals at the high school.

Attention students interested in Show Choir: The Plainfield High School Show Choir Groups are having a workshop on Jan. 3rd for students in grades 6th, 7th and 8th that are interested in finding out what show choir is all about. The student performers will be working side by side with members of all three PHS Show Choir groups (Belles et Beaux, Femmes Fatales and Nouvelles). The students will learn a song and a choreographed routine that will culminate in a performance at the half time of the PHS basketball game on January 3, 2020. Student performers will receive a T-shirt to be worn with jeans during the performance and they wil be provide a pizza dinner. The workshop will start at 2pm and last through the half-time performance. Once the performance is complete, students are dismissed. Parents and children are welcome to stay for the second half of the game if they so desire. There is a $40 registration fee and the link to register is on our website. There are flyers in the front office. Here is the link: Plainfield High School Show Choir Workshop Registration Link

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


***All evening activities are cancelled today, 12/16, including practices, clubs and games.

Monday 12-16-2019

Athletics:

Your boys basketball teams are in action tonight against Brownsburg West. Both 7th and 8th grade are away games at Brownsburg West. Tip off for 7th grade is 5:00 and tip off for 8th grade is 6:15. Good luck gentlemen!!

Clubs:

Creative Writing will meet today from 3-3:45 in room 929.

It's time for the video/game club meeting for Dec. Plan to meet in Mrs. Morken's room (S31) directly after school until 3:45 on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Please make sure you have your ride pick you up on time at door 1. See you all then!

On the 10th day before Christmas, the PCMS Robotics team faced 23 other teams, 9 hours in competition, 6 hours on a bus, 3 presentations, and TWO STATE AWARDS! While this sounds like a cheesy remix of your favorite holiday carol, it's actually how our two robotics teams spent this past Saturday competing in the First Lego League Southern Indiana State Championship. After everything was said and done BOTH teams won state awards in their Core Values competition! The Gear Grinders team took the "Inclusion" award and Batteries Not Included won the "Teamwork" award! This is a HUGE accomplishment for both teams and for Plainfield. A SPECIAL congratulations goes to our 8th grade members as this is the last competition of their middle school careers. Great job!"

General:

Students, if you are interested in the Plainfield Optimist Essay Contest for 2020 please stop by guidance to get an entry form.

Attention students: There will not be NHS tutoring at the high school through the end of the semester due to finals at the high school.

Attention students interested in Show Choir: The Plainfield High School Show Choir Groups are having a workshop on Jan. 3rd for students in grades 6th, 7th and 8th that are interested in finding out what show choir is all about. The student performers will be working side by side with members of all three PHS Show Choir groups (Belles et Beaux, Femmes Fatales and Nouvelles). The students will learn a song and a choreographed routine that will culminate in a performance at the half time of the PHS basketball game on January 3, 2020. Student performers will receive a T-shirt to be worn with jeans during the performance and they wil be provide a pizza dinner. The workshop will start at 2pm and last through the half-time performance. Once the performance is complete, students are dismissed. Parents and children are welcome to stay for the second half of the game if they so desire. There is a $40 registration fee and the link to register is on our website. There are flyers in the front office. Here is the link: Plainfield High School Show Choir Workshop Registration Link

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Friday 12-13-2019

Athletics:

The 7th grade boys basketball A-team lost last night at Paul Hadley. The B-team battled back and did a wonderful job handling adversity, and beat a very good Mooresville team 36-26.

The 8th grade boys basketball A team remains undefeated in conference play, as they beat Mooresville last night 49-35. Great team win! The 8th grade B team lost a heartbreaker last night to Mooresville 26-24.

Clubs:

Creative Writing will meet Monday, Dec. 16th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

It's time for the video/game club meeting for Dec. Plan to meet in Mrs. Morken's room (S31) directly after school until 3:45 on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Please make sure you have your ride pick you up on time at door 1. See you all then!

General:

Students, if you are interested in the Plainfield Optimist Essay Contest for 2020 please stop by guidance to get an entry form.

Attention students: There will not be NHS tutoring at the high school after today due through the end of the semester. I repeat, no tutoring at the high school starting today through the end of the semester.

Attention students interested in Show Choir: The Plainfield High School Show Choir Groups are having a workshop on Jan. 3rd for students in grades 6th, 7th and 8th that are interested in finding out what show choir is all about. The student performers will be working side by side with members of all three PHS Show Choir groups (Belles et Beaux, Femmes Fatales and Nouvelles). The students will learn a song and a choreographed routine that will culminate in a performance at the half time of the PHS basketball game on January 3, 2020. Student performers will receive a T-shirt to be worn with jeans during the performance and they wil be provide a pizza dinner. The workshop will start at 2pm and last through the half-time performance. Once the performance is complete, students are dismissed. Parents and children are welcome to stay for the second half of the game if they so desire. There is a $40 registration fee and the link to register is on our website. There are flyers in the front office. Here is the link: Plainfield High School Show Choir Workshop Registration Link

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Thursday 12-12-2019

Athletics:

Attention all swimmers!!! Evaluations will be held today from 6 to 7:30p. This is for all NEW and last year’s B team swimmers. You must have your physical on file along with all of the on-line documents completed in PRIVIT. See Mr. Mennonno or Mr. Dones with questions.

Your 7th grade boys basketball team is in action tonight at Paul Hadley with a tip off at 5:30. Good luck boys!!

The 8th grade boys basketball team is at home tonight against Paul Hadley. It is a RED OUT night, so wear lots of red. Tip off is at 5:30. Good luck gentlemen.

Clubs:

Just a reminder there is NO NJHS meeting this month. There is a service rewards party in a couple of weeks. Check Remind or with Mrs. Van Leer for details.

Attention crafts and chats girls! We will be meeting for some festive Christmas crafting today in the FACS room-- room 427- until 4:30. Pickup at door 10. See you there and bring a friend!

RC Club will meet today after school until 3:40. All are welcome! Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will have their first meeting after school today in Mr. DeHoff's room, 813, until 4:30 pm. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff.

Jump Rope Club will meet today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Creative Writing will meet Monday, Dec. 16th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

It's time for the video/game club meeting for Dec. Plan to meet in Mrs. Morken's room (S31) directly after school until 3:45 on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Please make sure you have your ride pick you up on time at door 1. See you all then!

General:

Students, if you are interested in the Plainfield Optimist Essay Contest for 2020 please stop by guidance to get an entry form.

Attention students: There will not be NHS tutoring at the high school after today due through the end of the semester. I repeat, no tutoring at the high school starting today through the end of the semester.

Attention students interested in Show Choir: The Plainfield High School Show Choir Groups are having a workshop on Jan. 3rd for students in grades 6th, 7th and 8th that are interested in finding out what show choir is all about. The student performers will be working side by side with members of all three PHS Show Choir groups (Belles et Beaux, Femmes Fatales and Nouvelles). The students will learn a song and a choreographed routine that will culminate in a performance at the half time of the PHS basketball game on January 3, 2020. Student performers will receive a T-shirt to be worn with jeans during the performance and they wil be provide a pizza dinner. The workshop will start at 2pm and last through the half-time performance. Once the performance is complete, students are dismissed. Parents and children are welcome to stay for the second half of the game if they so desire. There is a $40 registration fee and the link to register is on our website. There are flyers in the front office. Here is the link: Plainfield High School Show Choir Workshop Registration Link

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Wednesday 12-11-2019

Athletics:

Attention all swimmers!!! Evaluations will be held again tomorrow from 6 to 7:30p. This is for all NEW and last year’s B team swimmers. You must have your physical on file along with all of the on-line documents completed in PRIVIT. See Mr. Mennonno or Mr. Dones with questions.

Clubs:

Just a reminder there is NO NJHS meeting this month. There is a service rewards party in a couple of weeks. Check Remind or with Mrs. Van Leer for details.

Attention crafts and chats girls! We will be meeting for some festive Christmas crafting tomorrow in the FACS room-- room 427- until 4:30. Pickup at door 10. See you there and bring a friend!

RC Club will meet tomorrow after school until 3:40. All are welcome! Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will have their first meeting after school this tomorrow in Mr. DeHoff's room, 813, until 4:30 pm. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff.

General:

Think you have a sweater that is really ugly? Perfect! The PCMS Ugly Sweater Contest is this tomorrow. The competition will take place in the Commons at 7:40 am. Don't have an ugly sweater? No problem, come and vote on the ugliest sweater. There will be prizes for the winners! Again Ugly Sweater Contest, Thursday December 12 in the Commons, SEE YOU THERE!! See Mr. Ellis if you have any questions.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Tuesday 12-10-2019

Athletics:

The 7th grade boys basketball team came away with great wins last night. The A team won 60-22 and the B team won 26-23. Great job gentlemen. Their next game is Thursday at Paul Hadley.

The 8th grade boys basketball team swept the Franklin Grizzlies last night! The A team won 46-43, and the B team won 36-32. The next game is at home against Mooresville on Thursday. We would love to pack the house for game. The theme of the game will be a “Red Out”! Come support the boys as we try to continue to be undefeated in the conference!

Attention all swimmers!!! Evaluations will be held again on Thursday December 12th from 6 to 7:30p. This is for all NEW and last year’s B team swimmers. You must have your physical on file along with all of the on-line documents completed in PRIVIT. See Mr. Mennonno or Mr. Dones with questions.

Clubs:

Just a reminder there is NO NJHS meeting this month. There is a service rewards party in a couple of weeks. Check Remind or with Mrs. Van Leer for details.

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our meeting is today after school in the library. Please bring your copy of the book, Caminar, to the meeting and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Reptile club is meeting today. Let’s meet to talk more about chameleons.

Attention crafts and chats girls! We will be meeting for some festive Christmas crafting this THURSDAY, Dec. 12th in the FACS room-- room 427- until 4:30. Pickup at door 10. See you there and bring a friend!

RC Club will meet Thursday, December 12th after school until 3:40. All are welcome! Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will have their first meeting after school this Thursday, December 12, in Mr. DeHoff's room, 813, until 4:30 pm. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff.

General:

Think you have a sweater that is really ugly? Perfect! The PCMS Ugly Sweater Contest is this Thursday, December 12. The competition will take place in the Commons at 7:40 am. Don't have an ugly sweater? No problem, come and vote on the ugliest sweater. There will be prizes for the winners! Again Ugly Sweater Contest, Thursday December 12 in the Commons, SEE YOU THERE!! See Mr. Ellis if you have any questions. 

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Monday 12-9-2019

Athletics:

Attention all swimmers!!! Evaluations are today and Thursday December 12th from 6 to 7:30p. This is for all NEW and last year’s B team swimmers. You must have your physical on file along with all of the on-line documents completed in PRIVIT. See Mr. Mennonno or Mr. Dones with questions.

7th grade boys basketball is in action tonight, at home, against Franklin. Tip off is at 5:30. Boys, this is a reminder to be back at school by 4:30 today for walk-through?

Your 8th grade boys are away at Franklin tonight with a tip off at 5:30. Good luck gentlemen.

Clubs:

Congrats to the Competitive Dance Team with their 2nd Place finish in the Pom Category at the Crawfordsville Invitational on Saturday! Great job ladies…

Just a reminder there is NO NJHS meeting this month. There is a service rewards party in a couple of weeks. Check Remind or with Mrs. Van Leer for details.

Creative Writing Club will meet today from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our meeting is tomorrow after school in the library. Please bring your copy of the book, Caminar, to the meeting and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Reptile club is meeting tomorrow, December 10th. Let’s meet to talk more about chameleons.

RC Club will meet Thursday, December 12th after school until 3:40. All are welcome! Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

The Science Jr. Academic Super Bowl team will have their first meeting after school this Thursday, December 12, in Mr. DeHoff's room, 813, until 4:30 pm. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff.

General:

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Friday 12-6-2019

Athletics:

Great job by both 7th grade teams last night...very unselfish and both teams executed very well. A team won 50-18 and the B team squeaked out a close one, 30-28!

The 8th grade boys basketball team was back in action again last night at Greenwood. The A team held off a late run by the Woodmen to win 36-32. The A team continues to be undefeated in conference play. The 8th grade B team lost to a tough Greenwood team 26-24. Hard fought game by all players!

Good Luck to the PCMS Competitive Dance Team in their 1st Competition EVER on Saturday at Crawfordsville HS.

Attention all swimmers!!! Evaluations will be on Monday, December 9th and Thursday December 12th from 6 to 7:30p. This is for all NEW and last year’s B team swimmers. You must have your physical on file along with all of the on-line documents completed in PRIVIT. See Mr. Mennonno or Mr. Dones with questions.

Attention 7th Grade Girl Basketball Players: Please remind your parents of the meeting after practice tomorrow at 10:30 in the Wrestling room. Enter far right door at entry 14.

Clubs:

Just a reminder there is NO NJHS meeting this month. There is a service rewards party in a couple of weeks. Check Remind or with Mrs. Van Leer for details.

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, December 9th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, December 10th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring our book, Caminar, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Reptile club has been rescheduled for Tuesday, December 10th. Let’s meet to talk more about chameleons.

RC Club will meet Thursday, December 12th after school until 3:40. All are welcome! Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

General:

Want to help keep your community warm! There are children and adults right here in Plainfield that are in need of a coat to keep them warm this winter. To do our part to care for those in need, PCMS is participating in the Burlington coat drive. Today is the last day to bring in a new or gently used coat. Look for donation boxes inside of the main office and in the cafeteria. Let’s join together to care for our community. Thank you to everyone who has donated. See Mr. Paschal if you have any questions.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Thursday 12-5-2019

Athletics:

Your 7th grade boys basketball team takes on Greenwood at home tonight at 5:30. Come out and support your Quakers!!!

Your 8th grade boys basketball teams takes on Greenwood tonight at Greenwood. Tip-off is at 5:30. Good luck gentlemen!!

Attention all swimmers!!! Evaluations will be on Monday, December 9th and Thursday December 12th from 6 to 7:30p. This is for all NEW and last year’s B team swimmers. You must have your physical on file along with all of the on-line documents completed in PRIVIT. See Mr. Mennonno or Mr. Dones with questions.

Clubs:

No After School Weight Room Club today. Remind your friends.

Just a reminder there is NO NJHS meeting this month. There is a service rewards party in a couple of weeks. Check Remind or with Mrs. Van Leer for details.

Jump Rope Club will meet today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Custodial Club will meet today after school in the commons area.

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, December 9th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, December 10th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring our book, Caminar, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Reptile club has been rescheduled for Tuesday, December 10th. Let’s meet to talk more about chameleons.

General:

Congratulations to our Students of the Month for the month of November!

6th Grade: Kora Wilmar & Jaxon Chevrier

7th Grade: Samuel Fuller & Autumn Nichols

8th Grade: Madeline Bugler & Drew Guthrie

Also, congratulations to our November Value of the Month Winner Sydney Ochs.

Want to help keep your community warm! There are children and adults right here in Plainfield that are in need of a coat to keep them warm this winter. To do our part to care for those in need, PCMS is participating in the Burlington coat drive this week. Please bring in new or gently used coats to donate today and tomorrow. Look for donation boxes inside of the main office and in the cafeteria. Let’s join together to care for our community. See Mr. Paschal if you have any questions.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Wednesday 12-4-2019

Athletics:

Last night, the 7th grade A team came away with a 46-30 victory over Tri West. Great job boys but be prepared to practice a lot of layups this afternoon. Their next game is Thursday at home against Greenwood.

The eighth-grade boys basketball team was back in action again last night against a tough Tri West team. The boys lost 48 to 31. We are back in action Thursday at Greenwood.

Attention all swimmers!!! Evaluations will be on Monday, December 9th and Thursday December 12th from 6 to 7:30p. This is for all NEW and last year’s B team swimmers. You must have your physical on file along with all of the on-line documents completed in PRIVIT. See Mr. Mennonno or Mr. Dones with questions.

Clubs:

Just a reminder there is NO NJHS meeting this month. There is a service rewards party in a couple of weeks. Check Remind or with Mrs. Van Leer for details.

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, December 9th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Reptile club has been rescheduled for Tuesday, December 10th. Let’s meet to talk more about chameleons.

Art Club will meet today in Mr. Sprague’s room G66.

General:

The PCMS Library Elves have returned. Each day in December, pictures of elves reading books will be hidden around the school. There will be a 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade elf for each day. If you are the first person to find the elf picture for your grade, bring it to the media center for a prize from Mrs. Mansfield North. You may only win once. Happy Searching!

Want to help keep your community warm! There are children and adults right here in Plainfield that are in need of a coat to keep them warm this winter. To do our part to care for those in need, PCMS is participating in the Burlington coat drive this week. Please bring in new or gently used coats to donate today, tomorrow, and Friday of this week. Look for donation boxes inside of the main office and in the cafeteria. Let’s join together to care for our community. See Mr. Paschal if you have any questions.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Tuesday 12-3-2019

Athletics:

The 7th grade boys basketball team came away with a victory last night beating Brownsburg East 50-21. They play Tri-West tonight at Tri-West.

The eighth grade boys basketball team was back in action again last night against a tough Brownsburg east team. The boys lost 52 to 36 and are now four and two on the season. All players played extremely hard. We are right back at it tonight at Tri-West.

Attention all swimmers!!! Evaluations will be on Monday, December 9th and Thursday December 12th from 6 to 7:30p. This is for all NEW and last year’s B team swimmers. You must have your physical on file along with all of the on-line documents completed in PRIVIT. See Mr. Mennonno or Mr. Dones with questions.

Clubs:

Reptile club is cancelled for today

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, December 9th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

General:

Come support the Competitive Dance Team for Spirit Night at Culver's tonight from 5-8pm. A portion of the sales will go to help cover competition fees. You do not need a flyer for your purchase to count.

The PCMS Library Elves have returned. Each day in December, pictures of elves reading books will be hidden around the school. There will be a 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade elf for each day. If you are the first person to find the elf picture for your grade, bring it to the media center for a prize from Mrs. Mansfield North. You may only win once. Happy Searching!

Want to help keep your community warm! There are children and adults right here in Plainfield that are in need of a coat to keep them warm this winter. To do our part to care for those in need, PCMS is participating in the Burlington coat drive this week. Please bring in new or gently used coats to donate Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week. Look for donation boxes outside of the main office and in the cafeteria. Let’s join together to care for our community. See Mr. Paschal if you have any questions.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Monday 12-2-2019

Athletics:

Boys 7th and 8th grade basketball teams are in action tonight at home against Brownsburg East. Tip-off for 7th grade is 5:00 and tip-off for 8th grade is 6:15. Come out and support your Quakers.

Attention Boys' Tennis, 7th grade Football, and Girls' Soccer: Tonight the athletic department will be recognizing our Fall Sport Champions at the Brownsburg East basketball game. Girls' Soccer and Boys' Tennis players should arrive by 5:00 for introduction at half time of the 7th grade game. 7th grade football athletes will be recognized at half time of the 8th grade game and should be here by 6:00. Players and family members will be admitted to this event free of charge!

Attention Wrestlers: Practice begins today from 3:00-5:00. Wrestlers should use the football locker rooms near the East Gym for changing and report to the wrestling room. Shirt, shorts, and shoes are needed for first day. All athletic documentation must be submitted before stepping onto the mat. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Clubs:

Reptile club will meet on Tuesday, December 3rd from 3:00-4:00 in Miss Schaub's room. Come learn about chameleons in room 726 on Tuesday after school! See you there!

Attention students: AFA needs your help designing the shirts for our musical - Seussical Jr. If you would like to submit a drawing design for the shirt, stop by the choir room and pick up details. All submissions must be turned in to Mrs. Slavens by the end of today. The winning shirt designer will receive a free shirt and 4 tickets to see the show.

General:

The PCMS Library Elves have returned. Each day in December, pictures of elves reading books will be hidden around the school. There will be a 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade elf for each day. If you are the first person to find the elf picture for your grade, bring it to the media center for a prize from Mrs. Mansfield North. You may only win once. Happy Searching!

Want to help keep your community warm! There are children and adults right here in Plainfield that are in need of a coat to keep them warm this winter. To do our part to care for those in need, PCMS is participating in the Burlington coat drive this week. Please bring in new or gently used coats to donate Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week. Look for donation boxes outside of the main office and in the cafeteria. Let’s join together to care for our community. See Mr. Paschal if you have any questions.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Tuesday 11-26-2019

Athletics:

In boy’s basketball news, 7th grade A & B teams came away with victories last night. Great unselfish wins gentlemen. No practice today after school - enjoy holiday break.

The 8th grade boys basketball team was back in action last night. Both falling short to Avon South. The A team lost 41-36 and the B team lost 38-32.

Attention Wrestlers: Practice begins the Monday after Thanksgiving Break, December 2nd, from 3:00-5:00. Wrestlers should use the football locker rooms near the East Gym for changing and report to the wrestling room. Shirt, shorts, and shoes are needed for first day. All athletic documentation must be submitted before stepping onto the mat. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Attention Boys' Tennis, 7th grade Football, and Girls' Soccer: On Monday, December 2, the athletic department will be recognizing our Fall Sport Champions at the Brownsburg East basketball game. Girls' Soccer and Boys' Tennis players should arrive by 5:00 for introduction at half time of the 7th grade game. 7th grade football athletes will be recognized at half time of the 8th grade game and should be here by 6:00. Players and family members will be admitted to this event free of charge!

Attention swimmers and divers: If you missed the call out meeting, please see Mr. Mennonno in room 816 for information.

Clubs:

No After School Weight Room Club this week. Remind your friends. See you after Thanksgiving break!

Any 7th or 8th grade student that is interested in joining one of the four Jr. Academic Super Bowl teams, and missed the meeting, please see Mr. DeHoff, Mr. Johnson, or Ms Giesting with any questions.

Attention students: AFA needs your help designing the shirts for our musical - Seussical Jr. If you would like to submit a drawing design for the shirt, stop by the choir room and pick up details. All submissions must be turned in to Mrs. Slavens by Monday, December 2. The winning shirt designer will receive a free shirt and 4 tickets to see the show.

General:

In Cafeteria news: Today we will be celebrating a day of Thanks with Turkey Gravy, Mashed potatoes, stuffing, Cranberry sauce, and maybe even a little pumpkin pie. Along with our normal menu items. Can't wait to see you there!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Monday 11-25-2019

Athletics:

In basketball action, your 7th and 8th grade boys take on Avon South at home tonight. Tip-off is at 5:00. Come out and support your Quakers!!!

Attention Wrestlers: Practice begins the first Monday after Thanksgiving Break, December 2nd, from 3:00-5:00. Wrestlers should use the football locker rooms near the East Gym for changing and report to the wrestling room. Shirt, shorts, and shoes are needed for first day. All athletic documentation must be submitted before stepping onto the mat. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Attention Boys' Tennis, 7th grade Football, and Girls' Soccer: On Monday, December 2, the athletic department will be recognizing our Fall Sport Champions at the Brownsburg East basketball game. Girls' Soccer and Boys' Tennis players should arrive by 5:00 for introduction at half time of the 7th grade game. 7th grade football athletes will be recognized at half time of the 8th grade game and should be here by 6:00. Players and family members will be admitted to this event free of charge!

Attention swimmers and divers: If you missed the call out meeting, please see Mr. Mennonno in room 816 for information.

Clubs:

Come see the Competitive Dance Team perform for the first time during halftime of the 7th grade basketball game tonight at home against Avon South!

Any 7th or 8th grade student that is interested in joining one of the four Jr. Academic Super Bowl teams, and missed the meeting, please see Mr. DeHoff, Mr. Johnson, or Ms Giesting with any questions.

Creative Writing Club will meet today after school from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Attention students: AFA needs your help designing the shirts for our musical - Seussical Jr. If you would like to submit a drawing design for the shirt, stop by the choir room and pick up details. All submissions must be turned in to Mrs. Slavens by Monday, December 2. The winning shirt designer will receive a free shirt and 4 tickets to see the show.

General:

Come out and support your Middle School PTO at our restaurant fundraiser at Culvers tonight from 5-8pm. You do not have to have a flyer or even mention you are there to support PTO, just go and enjoy a dinner out while supporting our group. Thank you for your support!

In Cafeteria news: This week in the Cafeteria we have a little change in the menu. Monday will be French Toast sticks and Sausage with Cheeseburgers. Tuesday we will be celebrating a day of Thanks with Turkey Gravy, Mashed potatoes, stuffing, Cranberry sauce, and maybe even a little pumpkin pie. Along with our normal menu items. Can't wait to see you there!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Friday 11-22-2019

Athletics:

The 7th grade boys A and B basketball teams won last night against Cascade. Great job guys!!

The 8th grade boys basketball team went 2-0 on the evening at Cascade. The A team won 33-18 and are now 4-0 on the season. The B team won 37-34! They are now 3-1 on the season. Great execution and teamwork by all players! We will be back in action Monday night at home against Avon South. Pack the house!!!!

Attention Wrestlers: Practice begins the first Monday after Thanksgiving Break, December 2nd, from 3:00-5:00. Wrestlers should use the football locker rooms near the East Gym for changing and report to the wrestling room. Shirt, shorts, and shoes are needed for first day. All athletic documentation must be submitted before stepping onto the mat. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Attention swimmers and divers: If you missed the call out meeting, please see Mr. Mennonno in room 816 for information.

Clubs:

Good luck to the orchestra students participating in All-Region Honor Orchestra this weekend! Harper Dorris, Sarah Egendoerfer, Gabe Hansen, Anna Harris, Sofia Mendoza, Olivia Ochs, and Carmen Sedwick will represent PCMS as some of the top middle school string musicians from central Indiana. They will spend an entire day rehearsing and then will put on a concert at Warren Central High School on Saturday.

Come see the Competitive Dance Team perform for the first time during halftime of the 7th grade basketball game on Monday, November 25th against Avon South!

Any 7th or 8th grade student that is interested in joining one of the four Jr. Academic Super Bowl teams, and missed the meeting this morning, please see Mr. DeHoff, Mr. Johnson, or Ms Giesting with any questions.

The next Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, November 25th from 3-3:45 in room

929.

Attention students: AFA needs your help designing the shirts for our musical - Seussical Jr. If you would like to submit a drawing design for the shirt, stop by the choir room and pick up details. All submissions must be turned in to Mrs. Slavens by Monday, December 2. The winning shirt designer will receive a free shirt and 4 tickets to see the show.

General:

Come out and support your Middle School PTO at our restaurant fundraiser at Culvers on Monday November 25th from 5-8pm. You do not have to have a flyer or even mention you are there to support PTO, just go and enjoy a dinner out while supporting our group. Thank you for your support!

Staff and Students: Come see Peter Pan fly on tonight and tomorrow! PHS will present the musical that includes these PCMS students: Adam Bedel, Myles Sprong, Cecilia Rowland, Grace Bonness, Juliana Harris, Olivia Hess, and Josh Johnson. You can purchase your pre-sale tickets for Peter Pan online or at the box office the day of the show.  Link for Peter Pan tickets

In Cafeteria news: Next week in the Cafeteria we have a little change in the menu. Monday will be French Toast sticks and Sausage with Cheeseburgers. Tuesday we will be celebrating a day of Thanks with Turkey Gravy, Mashed potatoes, stuffing, Cranberry sauce, and maybe even a little pumpkin pie. Along with our normal menu items. Can't wait to see you there!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Thursday 11-21-2019

Athletics:

The 7th grade boys basketball A & B teams gave it a hard fight but came up short last night against Avon North. Come out tonight and support them as they take on Cascade at home. Game time is 5:30.

The 8th Grade boys basketball team split last nights games against Avon North 1-1. The A team came back from being down 8 points with 4 minutes left to win 33-31! The B team battled hard but fell short for their first loss of the year 32-22. Both teams play again tonight at Cascade.

Attention Girls' Basketball: The final tryout day is today immediately after school from 3-5. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions

Attention Wrestlers: Practice begins the first Monday after Thanksgiving Break, December 2nd, from 3:00-5:00. Wrestlers should use the football locker rooms near the East Gym for changing and report to the wrestling room. Shirt, shorts, and shoes are needed for first day. All athletic documentation must be submitted before stepping onto the mat. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Attention swimmers and divers: If you missed last night’s call out meeting, please see Mr. Mennonno in room 816 for information.

Clubs:

Attention Jump ropers: Jump Rope Club is CANCELLED for today. Please see Mrs. Meyers in room 718 if you have any questions.

RC Club will meet today after school until 3:45. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at 3:45 at Door 1. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Students, come check out the Junior Optimist Club!! We are a club that serves others in the community by doing projects to help them. We will be meeting after school today in room 232 from 3-3:45. We will be making holiday decorations for a local nursing home. See Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Chandler with any questions.

Attention crafts and chats girls! We will be meeting today to talk about GRATITUDE in the IDEA lab until 4:30. Pickup at Door 17! See Miss Tucker or Mrs. Crone with any questions. See you there; bring a friend!"

The custodial club will be meeting today after school in the commons. All are welcome.

Any 7th or 8th grade student that is interested in joining one of the four Jr. Academic Super Bowl teams, and missed the meeting this morning, please see Mr. DeHoff, Mr. Johnson, or Ms Giesting with any questions.

The next Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, November 25th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

General:

Come out and support your Middle School PTO at our restaurant fundraiser at Culvers on Monday November 25th from 5-8pm. You do not have to have a flyer or even mention you are there to support PTO, just go and enjoy a dinner out while supporting our group. Thank you for your support!

Staff and Students: Come see Peter Pan fly on November 22 and 23! PHS will present the musical that includes these PCMS students: Adam Bedel, Myles Sprong, Cecilia Rowland, Grace Bonness, Juliana Harris, Olivia Hess, and Josh Johnson. You can purchase your pre-sale tickets for Peter Pan online or at the box office the day of the show.  Link for Peter Pan tickets

In Cafeteria news: Next week in the Cafeteria we have a little change in the menu. Monday will be French Toast sticks and Sausage with Cheeseburgers. Tuesday we will be celebrating a day of Thanks with Turkey Gravy, Mashed potatoes, stuffing, Cranberry sauce, and maybe even a little pumpkin pie. Along with our normal menu items. Can't wait to see you there!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Wednesday 11-20-2019

Athletics:

Attention Girls' Basketball: The final tryout day is tomorrow, Nov.21st, immediately after school 3-5. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for tonight at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Your boy’s basketball teams are in action at home tonight against Avon North. Both 7th and 8th grade games start at 5pm. Come out and support your Quakers!!

Attention Wrestlers: Practice begins the first Monday after Thanksgiving Break, December 2nd, from 3:00-5:00. Wrestlers should use the football locker rooms near the East Gym for changing and report to the wrestling room. Shirt, shorts, and shoes are needed for first day. All athletic documentation must be submitted before stepping onto the mat. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Open weight room is cancelled for today at the High School. I repeat, no open weight room today at the High School.

Clubs:

RC Club will meet tomorrow, November 21st after school until 3:45. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at 3:45 at Door 1. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Students, come check out the Junior Optimist Club!! We are a club that serves others in the community by doing projects to help them. We will be meeting after school on tomorrow, Nov.21st in room 232 from 3-3:45. We will be making holiday decorations for a local nursing home. See Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Chandler with any questions.

Attention crafts and chats girls! We will be meeting to talk about GRATITUDE in the IDEA lab this tomorrow, Nov.21st, until 4:30. Pickup at Door 17! See Miss Tucker or Mrs. Crone with any questions. See you there; bring a friend!"

Any 7th or 8th grade student that is interested in joining one of the four Jr. Academic Super Bowl teams, should plan to meet in Mr. DeHoff's room, #813, at 7:30 am on Thursday morning, November 21st. Our topic this year is The Roaring 20s. The coaches this year are Mrs. Gossmann for English, Miss Giesting for Math, Mr. Johnson for Social Studies and Mr. DeHoff for Science. If you have any questions, please see Mr. DeHoff.

General:

Come out and support your Middle School PTO at our restaurant fundraiser at Culvers on Monday November 25th from 5-8pm. You do not have to have a flyer or even mention you are there to support PTO, just go and enjoy a dinner out while supporting our group. Thank you for your support!

PTO spirit day is today. Be sure to visit the PTO table in the cafeteria for a chance to win a prize.

Staff and Students: Come see Peter Pan fly on November 22 and 23! PHS will present the musical that includes these PCMS students: Adam Bedel, Myles Sprong, Cecilia Rowland, Grace Bonness, Juliana Harris, Olivia Hess, and Josh Johnson. You can purchase your pre-sale tickets for Peter Pan online or at the box office the day of the show.  Link for Peter Pan tickets

In Cafeteria news: Next week in the Cafeteria we have a little change in the menu. Monday will be French Toast sticks and Sausage with Cheeseburgers. Tuesday we will be celebrating a day of Thanks with Turkey Gravy, Mashed potatoes, stuffing, Cranberry sauce, and maybe even a little pumpkin pie. Along with our normal menu items. Can't wait to see you there!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Tuesday 11-19-2019

Athletics:

Our 7th Grade Boys' basketball teams were beaten last night at Danville - they’ll look to bounce back tomorrow at home - please come out and support the teams.

8th Grade boys basketball team was back in action last night against the Danville Warriors and came away with two big victories. Team defense was incredible last night. We are home again tomorrow against Avon North. Come out and support your Quakers!!

Attention Girls' Basketball: Tryouts today are from 5:00-7:00. Enter Door 14 when you return at 4:45. The final tryout day is Thursday immediately after school 3-5. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for tomorrow, November 20th, at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our meeting is today after school in the library. Please bring your copy of the book, Loot: How to Steal a Fortune, to the meeting and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Reptile club will meet today after school from 3:00-4:00. Meet in Miss Schaub's room to learn more about chameleons. See you Tuesday in room 726

Video/Game clubbers! We have our Nov. club meeting today in room S31. We will meet after school until 3:45. Be sure to have your ride pick you up at door 1. See you after School on Tuesday!

RC Club will meet on Thursday, November 21st after school until 3:45. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at 3:45 at Door 1. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Students, come check out the Junior Optimist Club!! We are a club that serves others in the community by doing projects to help them. We will be meeting after school on Thursday Nov.21st in room 232 from 3-3:45. We will be making holiday decorations for a local nursing home. See Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Chandler with any questions.

Attention crafts and chats girls! We will be meeting to talk about GRATITUDE in the IDEA lab this Thursday, Nov.21st, until 4:30. Pickup at Door 17! See Miss Tucker or Mrs. Crone with any questions. See you there; bring a friend!"

General:

Come out and support your Middle School PTO at our restaurant fundraiser at Culvers on Monday November 25th from 5-8pm. You do not have to have a flyer or even mention you are there to support PTO, just go and enjoy a dinner out while supporting our group. Thank you for your support!

PTO spirit day is tomorrow, Nov. 20th. Wear your Plainfield colors or attire and visit the PTO table in the cafeteria for a chance to win a prize.

Staff and Students: Come see Peter Pan fly on November 22 and 23! PHS will present the musical that includes these PCMS students: Adam Bedel, Myles Sprong, Cecilia Rowland, Grace Bonness, Juliana Harris, Olivia Hess, and Josh Johnson. You can purchase your pre-sale tickets for Peter Pan online or at the box office the day of the show.  Link for Peter Pan tickets

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Monday 11-18-2019

Athletics:

The 7th grade boys basketball team is in action tonight at Danville. Tip-off is at 5:30. Good luck gentlemen!!

The 8th grade boys Basketball team is back in action at home tonight against Danville at 5:30. Come out and support your Quakers.

Attention Girl Basketball players: Tryouts begin today from 3:00-5:00. Those trying out should change in Girls' Locker rooms, and then take all belongings out of locker room and into gyms since you will not be allowed to return at end of practice to pick up items due to visiting boys' team using locker room. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 20th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our meeting is tomorrow after school in the library. Please bring your copy of the book, Loot: How to Steal a Fortune, to the meeting and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Reptile club will meet on tomorrow, November 19th after school from 3:00-4:00. Meet in Miss Schaub's room to learn more about chameleons. See you Tuesday in room 726

Video/Game clubbers! We have our Nov. club meeting tomorrow, Nov. 19th, in room S31. We will meet after school until 3:45. Be sure to have your ride pick you up at door 1. See you after School on Tuesday!

RC Club will meet on Thursday, November 21st after school until 3:45. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at 3:45 at Door 1. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Students, come check out the Junior Optimist Club!! We are a club that serves others in the community by doing projects to help them. We will be meeting after school on Thursday Nov.21st in room 232 from 3-3:45. We will be making holiday decorations for a local nursing home. See Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Chandler with any questions.

You PCMS Red Pride Robotics teams have done it again! After THREE MONTHS of hard work, research, and robot coding, and an intense 9 hour competition, BOTH of the "Gear Grinders" and the "Batteries Not Included" teams are advancing to the state championship! Teams will be spending the next three weeks preparing for this next phase, and then on December 14th they will make the three hour bus ride to Evansville, Indiana to represent Plainfield as one of the top STEM schools our state has to offer! Good luck teams! As a reminder to our Robotics players, there will be NO practice tonight. Take the night off and get ready to go to work the rest of the week from 3 to 5 p.m. in the IDEALab! See Coach Apollos, Duggins, or Zaidi if you have any questions."

General:

Come out and support your Middle School PTO at our restaurant fundraiser at Culvers on Monday November 25th from 5-8pm. You do not have to have a flyer or even mention you are there to support PTO, just go and enjoy a dinner out while supporting our group. Thank you for your support!

PTO spirit day is Wednesday, Nov. 20th. Wear your Plainfield colors or attire and visit the PTO table in the cafeteria for a chance to win a prize.

Staff and Students: Come see Peter Pan fly on November 22 and 23! PHS will present the musical that includes these PCMS students: Adam Bedel, Myles Sprong, Cecilia Rowland, Grace Bonness, Juliana Harris, Olivia Hess, and Josh Johnson. You can purchase your pre-sale tickets for Peter Pan online or at the box office the day of the show.  Link for Peter Pan tickets

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Staff, please remember to set out your recycling every Wednesday and Friday. The recycling should be PAPER ONLY. 


Friday 11-15-2019

Athletics:

The 8th grade boy’s basketball team traveled to Perry Meridian last night and came out with two big victories. The A team won 39-12 and the B team won 36-25. The 8th grade is back in action at home on Monday against Danville! Come out and support your Quakers.

Our 7th Grade Boys' basketball teams opened their season in fine fashion last night with two wins over Perry Meridian... A-team 53-14 and B-team 38-15. Great start gentlemen. Next game is Monday at Danville.

Attention 7th & 8th Grade Girls: Tryouts for basketball begin this Monday, November 18th, from 3:00-5:00. 7th Graders report to the West Gym and 8th Graders report to the East Gym. You must have all physical documentation and on-line forms completed before you can step on the court for tryouts Monday. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 20th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, November 19th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring your book, Loot: How to Steal a Fortune, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Reptile club will meet on Tuesday, November 19th after school from 3:00-4:00. Meet in Miss Schaub's room to learn more about chameleons. See you Tuesday in room 726

RC Club will meet on Thursday, November 21st after school until 3:45. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at 3:45 at Door 1. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Students, come check out the Junior Optimist Club!! We are a club that serves others in the community by doing projects to help them. We will be meeting after school on Thursday Nov.21st in room 232 from 3-3:45. We will be making holiday decorations for a local nursing home. See Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Chandler with any questions.

General:

Congratulations to Riley Bolton, Alli Jugg, Addison Neuen, Matthew Raubuck, Jack Wagner, and Alice Wang. They will be participating in the Indiana Bandmasters Association All-Region Band this weekend at Chapel Hill 7th and 8th Grade Center. The six of them were chosen out of over 200 applicants from 20 area schools to take part in a weekend of intense rehearsals culminating in an all-star performance on Sunday at 4:00 in the Chapel Hill 7th and 8th Grade Center Auditorium.

PTO spirit day is Wednesday, Nov. 20th. Wear your Plainfield colors or attire and visit the PTO table in the cafeteria for a chance to win a prize.

Staff and Students: Come see Peter Pan fly on November 22 and 23! PHS will present the musical that includes these PCMS students: Adam Bedel, Myles Sprong, Cecilia Rowland, Grace Bonness, Juliana Harris, Olivia Hess, and Josh Johnson. You can purchase your pre-sale tickets for Peter Pan online or at the box office the day of the show.  Link for Peter Pan tickets

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Thursday 11-14-2019

Athletics:

Attention basketball fans: The 19-20 Boys' Basketball Season opener is tonight versus Perry Meridian. Seventh Grade plays at home starting at 5:45...doors open at 5:00. Eighth Grade plays at Perry Meridian with tip-off at 5:00. Come out and support your Quakers!

Attention 7th & 8th Grade Girls: Tryouts for basketball begin this Monday, November 18th, from 3:00-5:00. 7th Graders report to the West Gym and 8th Graders report to the East Gym. You must have all physical documentation and on-line forms completed before you can step on the court for tryouts Monday. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 20th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Custodial Club will be meeting today after school in the commons area. Anyone is welcome to attend.

Jump Rope Club will meet today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, November 19th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring your book, Loot: How to Steal a Fortune, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Reptile club will meet on Tuesday, November 19th after school from 3:00-4:00. Meet in Miss Schaub's room to learn more about chameleons. See you Tuesday in room 726

Students, come check out the Junior Optimist Club!! We are a club that serves others in the community by doing projects to help them. We will be meeting after school on Thursday Nov.21st in room 232 from 3-3:45. We will be making holiday decorations for a local nursing home. See Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Chandler with any questions.

General:

PTO spirit day is Wednesday, Nov. 20th. Wear your Plainfield colors or attire and visit the PTO table in the cafeteria for a chance to win a prize.

Staff and Students: Come see Peter Pan fly on November 22 and 23! PHS will present the musical that includes these PCMS students: Adam Bedel, Myles Sprong, Cecilia Rowland, Grace Bonness, Juliana Harris, Olivia Hess, and Josh Johnson. You can purchase your pre-sale tickets for Peter Pan online or at the box office the day of the show.  Link for Peter Pan tickets

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Wednesday 11-13-2019

Athletics:

Attention basketball fans: The 19-20 Boys' Basketball Season opener is this Thursday evening versus Perry Meridian. Seventh Grade plays at PCMS starting at 5:45...doors open at 5:00. Eighth Grade plays at Perry Meridian with tip-off at 5:00. Come out and support your Quakers!

Attention 7th & 8th Grade Girls: Tryouts for basketball begin this Monday, November 18th, from 3:00-5:00. 7th Graders report to the West Gym and 8th Graders report to the East Gym. You must have all physical documentation and on-line forms completed before you can step on the court for tryouts Monday. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 20th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, November 19th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring your book, Loot: How to Steal a Fortune, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Students, come check out the Junior Optimist Club!! We are a club that serves others in the community by doing projects to help them. We will be meeting after school on Thursday Nov.21st in room 232 from 3-3:45. We will be making holiday decorations for a local nursing home. See Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Chandler with any questions.

General:

Staff and Students: Come see Peter Pan fly on November 22 and 23! PHS will present the musical that includes these PCMS students: Adam Bedel, Myles Sprong, Cecilia Rowland, Grace Bonness, Juliana Harris, Olivia Hess, and Josh Johnson. You can purchase your pre-sale tickets for Peter Pan online or at the box office the day of the show.   Link for Peter Pan tickets

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Tuesday 11-12-2019

Athletics:

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 20th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Students, come check out the Junior Optimist Club!! We are a club that serves others in the community by doing projects to help them. We will be meeting after school on Thursday Nov.21st in room 232 from 3-3:45. We will be making holiday decorations for a local nursing home. See Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Chandler with any questions.

General:

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Monday 11-11-2019

Athletics:

Attention 7th grade boy’s basketball: practice today is from 5-7pm in the West gym.

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 20th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Creative Writing Club will meet today after school from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Don't forget today is Photo club until 3:30. Please make sure you have a ride.

Students, come check out the Junior Optimist Club!! We are a club that serves others in the community by doing projects to help them. We will be meeting after school on Thursday Nov.21st in room 232 from 3-3:45. We will be making holiday decorations for a local nursing home. See Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Chandler with any questions.

General:

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture ASAP!!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Friday 11-8-2019

Athletics:

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 20th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, November 11th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

Students, come check out the Junior Optimist Club!! We are a club that serves others in the community by doing projects to help them. We will be meeting after school on Thursday Nov.21st in room 232 from 3-3:45. We will be making holiday decorations for a local nursing home. See Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Chandler with any questions.

General:

Mark your calendars students: PTO sponsored REC night is tonight!! Come out for a night of fun including Volleyball, Knockout, Inflatables, and a DJ. The concession stand will be open for pizza, soda and candy. 6th grade is from 5:30-7 and 7th/8th grade is from 7:30-9. The cost is $5.

The breakfast cart will not be in the commons area this Monday, November 11th. The cafeteria will be open for breakfast from 7:30 to 7:45. Come on down for a nutritious breakfast to start your day.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture ASAP!!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Thursday 11-7-2019

Athletics:

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 20th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Students, reminder, there is a NJHS meeting today after school in the cafeteria from 3-3:30.

Please join us for our new Custodial Club!!! The club will meet today after school in the commons area.

Jump Rope Club will meet today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Attention art club members. Art club is cancelled for this week.

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, November 11th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

General:

Mark your calendars students: PTO sponsored REC night is this Friday, November 8th. Come out for a night of fun including Volleyball, Knockout, Inflatables, and a DJ. The concession stand will be open for pizza, soda and candy. 6th grade is from 5:30-7 and 7th/8th grade is from 7:30-9. The cost is $5.

The breakfast cart will not be in the commons area this Monday, November 11th. The cafeteria will be open for breakfast from 7:30 to 7:45. Come on down for a nutritious breakfast to start your day.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture ASAP!!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Wednesday 11-6-2019

Athletics:

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 20th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Congrats to the spell bowl team for getting 1st place in the area competition last night. A special congrats to Saddie and Isra for getting a perfect score! The team will find out today if they move on to state. Great job team!!!

Students, the next NJHS meeting will be tomorrow, November 7th, in the cafeteria from 3-3:30.

Please join us for our new Custodial Club!!! The club will meet after school on Thursdays. Please meet in the common area after school on Thursdays if interested.

Attention art club members. Art club is cancelled for this week.

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, November 11th from 3-3:45 in room 929.

General:

Mark your calendars students: PTO sponsored REC night is this Friday, November 8th. Come out for a night of fun including Volleyball, Knockout, Inflatables, and a DJ. The concession stand will be open for pizza, soda and candy. 6th grade is from 5:30-7 and 7th/8th grade is from 7:30-9. The cost is $5.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture ASAP!!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Tuesday 11-5-2019

Athletics:

Attention all swimmers and divers in 6th, 7th and 8th grade: a call-out meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 20th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is for students and parents.

Clubs:

Good luck to the spell bowl team tonight in the competition being held here at PCMS!!

Reptile club will be meeting today in Miss Schaub's room from 3:00-4:00. Come help us build models of turtle habitats. See you then!

Students, the next NJHS meeting will be Thursday, November 7th in the cafeteria from 3-3:30.

Attention art club members. Art club is cancelled for this week.

Please join us for our new Custodial Club!!! The club will meet after school on Thursdays. Please meet in the common area after school on Thursdays if interested.

General:

Mark your calendars students: PTO sponsored REC night is this Friday, November 8th. Come out for a night of fun including Volleyball, Knockout, Inflatables, and a DJ. The concession stand will be open for pizza, soda and candy. 6th grade is from 5:30-7 and 7th/8th grade is from 7:30-9. The cost is $5.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture ASAP!!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Monday 11-4-2019

Athletics:

Attention 7th grade boy’s basketball team: Today’s practice is from 5-7pm. You may go home after school but must be back to school by 4:45. If you are planning to just stay after school, you must quietly do homework in the west gym until practice starts.

Stay tuned for an announcement regarding a call-out meeting for Swimming. There has not been an official date or time set as of yet.

Clubs:

Reptile club will be meeting Tuesday, November 5th in Miss Schaub's room from 3:00-4:00. Come help us build models of turtle habitats on Tuesday. See you then!

Students, the next NJHS meeting will be Thursday, November 7th in the cafeteria from 3-3:30.

Please join us for our new Custodial Club!!! The club will meet after school on Thursdays. Please meet in the common area after school on Thursdays if interested.

General:

Mark your calendars students: PTO sponsored REC night is this Friday, November 8th. Come out for a night of fun including Volleyball, Knockout, Inflatables, and a DJ. The concession stand will be open for pizza, soda and candy. 6th grade is from 5:30-7 and 7th/8th grade is from 7:30-9. The cost is $5.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture ASAP!!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Friday 11-1-2019

Athletics:

Any student wanting to join the PCMS Wrestling team this season, who was unable to attend the call out meeting, see Mr. Dones to get signed up or if you have any questions!

Stay tuned for an announcement regarding a call-out meeting for Swimming. There has not been an official date or time set as of yet.

Clubs:

Please join us for our new Custodial Club!!! The club will meet after school on Thursdays. Please meet in the common area after school on Thursdays if interested.

Reptile club will be meeting Tuesday, November 5th in Miss Schaub's room from 3:00-4:00. Come help us build models of turtle habitats on Tuesday. See you then!

Students, the next NJHS meeting will be Thursday, November 7th in the cafeteria from 3-3:30.

General:

Thank you to everyone who participated in RED RIBBON WEEK this week.

If you are participating in Spirit Day today by wearing red, white and blue, or Plainfield attire, be sure to enter your name in a drawing for Pacer Tickets, Wireless Headphones or a HydroFlask water bottle. Every grade level will have three winners.

Mark your calendars students: PTO sponsored REC night is Friday, November 8th. Come out for a night of fun including Volleyball, Knockout, Inflatables, and a DJ. The concession stand will be open for pizza, soda and candy. 6th grade is from 5:30-7 and 7th/8th grade is from 7:30-9. The cost is $5.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture and check the lost and found box today!

Students: There is NO open weight room today at the High School. I repeat, no open weight room today at the High School today.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Thursday 10-31-2019

Athletics:

Any student wanting to join the PCMS Wrestling team this season who was unable to attend the call out meeting, see Mr. Dones to get signed up or if you have any questions!

Clubs:

Just a reminder that the new Interact Club is having its first meeting today! The meeting will take place in Ms. Harris’ room, 916, at 3:00! That's right, Halloween afternoon is going to be filled with nothing but awesomeness. If you are interested and have not signed up, please talk to Miss Harris or Miss Schuld for more information! Hope to see you there!

Please join us for our new Custodial Club!!! The club will meet after school on Thursdays. Please meet in the common area after school if interested.

Jump Rope Club is CANCELED for today. We will plan to meet next Thursday, Nov. 7th. See Mrs. Meyers in room 718 if you have any questions.

Reptile club will be meeting Tuesday, November 5th in Miss Schaub's room from 3:00-4:00. Come help us build models of turtle habitats on Tuesday. See you then!

General:

Red Ribbon Week continues today.

Today is Halloween so "Say Boo! to drugs" Hope you are wearing your Halloween colors!!!

Tomorrow is "Spirit Day" Wear School Colors. Red, White or Blue.

Every day you participate you get to enter your name in a drawing for Pacer Tickets, Wireless Headphones or a HydroFlask water bottle. Every grade level will have three winners.

Congratulations to our Students of the Month for the Month of October! 6th Grade - Amelia Eakright and Jaelen Bomar, 7th Grade - Jaylin Jones and Oliver Blake, and 8th Grade - Averey Teare and Addison Neuen.

Mark your calendars students: PTO sponsored REC night is Friday, November 8th. Come out for a night of fun including Volleyball, Knockout, Inflatables, and a DJ. The concession stand will be open for pizza, soda and candy. 6th grade is from 5:30-7 and 7th/8th grade is from 7:30-9. The cost is $4 and children of PTO members are free.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture and check the lost and found box today!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Wednesday 10-30-2019

Athletics:

Attention Boy Basketball Players: Tryouts for both the 7th and 8th Boys' Basketball teams continue today immediately after school. Remember... in order to tryout, you must have a physical on file and all documentation completed in PRIVIT. Please change in the West Gym locker rooms. 7th grade tryouts are in the West Gym and 8th grade in the East Gym.

Clubs:

RC Club will meet today after school until 3:40. This is a change from the usual Thursday meetings. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at door #1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Just a reminder that the new Interact Club is having its first meeting tomorrow! The meeting will take place in Ms. Harris’ room, 916, at 3:00! That's right, Halloween afternoon is going to be filled with nothing but awesomeness. If you are interested and have not signed up, please talk to Miss Harris or Miss Schuld for more information! Hope to see you there!

Jump Rope Club is CANCELED for this week. We will plan to meet next Thursday, Nov. 7th. See Mrs. Meyers in room 718 if you have any questions.

General:

Red Ribbon Week continues today. Dress Up Days are:

Today is "Sock it to Drugs" Wear crazy socks.

Thursday is Halloween so "Say Boo! to drugs" Wear Halloween colors (orange and black)

Friday is "Spirit Day" Wear School Colors. Red, White or Blue. Every day you participate you get to enter your name in a drawing for Pacer Tickets, Wireless Headphones or a HydroFlask water bottle. Every grade level will have three winners.

Congratulations to our Students of the Month for the Month of October! 6th Grade - Amelia Eakright and Jaelen Bomar, 7th Grade - Jaylin Jones and Oliver Blake, and 8th Grade - Averey Teare and Addison Neuen.

Mark your calendars students: PTO sponsored REC night is Friday, November 8th. Come out for a night of fun including Volleyball, Knockout, Inflatables, and a DJ. The concession stand will be open for pizza, soda and candy. 6th grade is from 5:30-7 and 7th/8th grade is from 7:30-9. The cost is $4 and children of PTO members are free.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture and check the lost and found box today!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

***There will be no tutoring at the high school today, October 30th.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Tuesday 10-29-2019

Athletics:

Attention Boy Basketball Players: Tryouts for both the 7th and 8th Boys' Basketball teams continue today immediately after school. Remember... in order to tryout, you must have a physical on file and all documentation completed in PRIVIT. Please change in the West Gym locker rooms. 7th grade tryouts are in the West Gym and 8th grade in the East Gym.

Attention Wrestlers: If you plan to wrestle for PCMS this year, there was a call-out meeting this morning. Please contact Mr. Dones with any questions.

Clubs:

RC Club will meet tomorrow, October 30th, after school until 3:40. This is a change from the usual Thursday meetings. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at door #1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

General:

Red Ribbon Week continues today. Dress Up Days are:

Today is "Put a Cap on Drugs" Wear a hat.

Wednesday is "Sock it to Drugs" Wear crazy socks.

Thursday is Halloween so "Say Boo! to drugs" Wear Halloween colors (orange and black)

Friday is "Spirit Day" Wear School Colors. Red, White or Blue. Every day you participate you get to enter your name in a drawing for Pacer Tickets, Wireless Headphones or a HydroFlask water bottle. Every grade level will have three winners.

Congratulations to our Students of the Month for the Month of October! 6th Grade - Amelia Eakright and Jaelen Bomar, 7th Grade - Jaylin Jones and Oliver Blake, and 8th Grade - Averey Teare and Addison Neuen.

Mark your calendars students: PTO sponsored REC night is Friday, November 8th. Come out for a night of fun including Volleyball, Knockout, Inflatables, and a DJ. The concession stand will be open for pizza, soda and candy. 6th grade is from 5:30-7 and 7th/8th grade is from 7:30-9. The cost is $4 and children of PTO members are free.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture and check the lost and found box today!

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

***There will be no tutoring at the high school tomorrow, October 30th.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Monday 10-28-2019

Athletics:

Attention Boy Basketball Players: Tryouts for both the 7th and 8th Boys' Basketball teams begin today immediately after school. Remember... in order to tryout, you must have a physical on file and all documentation completed in PRIVIT. Please change in the West Gym locker rooms. 7th grade tryouts are in the West Gym and 8th grade in the East Gym.

Attention Wrestlers: If you plan to wrestle for PCMS this year, please attend a brief call out meeting next Tuesday, October 29th at 7:30 A.M. in the wrestling room. Contact Mr. Dones with any questions.

Clubs:

Don't forget photo club will meet today until 3:30.

Creative Writing Club will meet today in room 929 from 3-3:45.

RC Club will meet Wednesday, October 30th, after school until 3:40. This is a change from the usual Thursday meetings. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at door #1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

General:

Red Ribbon Week will start today. Dress Up Days are:

Today, "Wear Red Day" to Kick off Red Ribbon Week

Tuesday is "Put a Cap on Drugs" Wear a hat.

Wednesday is "Sock it to Drugs" Wear crazy socks.

Thursday is Halloween so "Say Boo! to drugs" Wear Halloween colors (orange and black)

Friday is "Spirit Day" Wear School Colors. Red, White or Blue. Every day you participate you get to enter your name in a drawing for Pacer Tickets, Wireless Headphones or a HydroFlask water bottle. Every grade level will have three winners.

Congratulations to our Students of the Month for the Month of October! 6th Grade - Amelia Eakright and Jaelen Bomar, 7th Grade - Jaylin Jones and Oliver Blake, and 8th Grade - Averey Teare and Addison Neuen.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture and check the lost and found box today!

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

***There will be no tutoring at the high school on Wednesday, October 30th.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Friday 10-25-2019

Athletics:

Attention Boy Basketball Players: Tryouts for both the 7th and 8th Boys' Basketball teams begin Monday, October 28 immediately after school. Remember... in order to tryout, you must have a physical on file and all documentation completed in PRIVIT. Change in the West Gym locker rooms. For Monday, 7th grade tryouts are in the West Gym and 8th grade in the East Gym.

Attention Wrestlers: If you plan to wrestle for PCMS this year, please attend a brief call out meeting next Tuesday, October 29th at 7:30 A.M. in the wrestling room. Contact Mr. Dones with any questions.

Clubs:

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, October 28th in room 929 from 3-3:45.

RC Club will meet next Wednesday, October 30th, after school until 3:40. This is a change from the usual Thursday meetings. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at door #1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

General:

Come join us tonight for a Spooktacular night at our annual Halloween Dance. Tickets will be on sale at the door Friday evening. Costume contests, games, prizes, dancing and concessions- don't miss out! Tickets are $3. Time for 6th grade is 6-7:15 and time for 7th and 8th grade is 7:30-8:45. Hope to see you tonight.

Red Ribbon Week will start on Monday, Oct. 28th. Dress Up Days next week are:

Monday 10/28 "Wear Red Day" to Kick off Red Ribbon Week

Tuesday 10/29 "Put a Cap on Drugs" Wear a hat.

Wednesday 10/30 "Sock it to Drugs" Wear crazy socks.

Thursday 10/31 "Say Boo! to drugs" Wear Halloween colors (orange and black)

Friday 11/1 "Spirit Day" Wear School Colors. Red, White or Blue. Every day you participate you get to enter your name in a drawing for Pacer Tickets, Wireless Headphones or a HydroFlask water bottle. Every grade level will have three winners.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture and check the lost and found box today!

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

***There will be no tutoring at the high school on Wednesday, October 30th.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Thursday 10-24-2019

Athletics:

Attention Boy Basketball Players: Tryouts for both the 7th and 8th Boys' Basketball teams begin Monday, October 28 immediately after school. Remember... in order to tryout, you must have a physical on file and all documentation completed in PRIVIT. Change in the West Gym locker rooms. For Monday, 7th grade tryouts are in the West Gym and 8th grade in the East Gym.

Clubs:

Attention crafts and chats girls! Our October meeting is today the 24th. We will be meeting after school until 4:30 in Mrs. Crone's room to talk & craft about SPOOKY SEASONS. Pick up will be at Door 10. Let Miss Tucker or Mrs. Crone know if you have any questions. See you then & bring a friend!

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, October 28th in room 929 from 3-3:45.

RC Club will meet next Wednesday, October 30th, after school until 3:40. This is a change from the usual Thursday meetings. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at door #1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

General:

Attention students, any student can stop by the commons area this Friday morning to have a free doughnut with a counselor. We will also have information for Red Ribbon Week that starts next Monday October 28th.

Come join us for a Spooktacular night this Friday at our annual Halloween Dance. Tickets are on sale in the Commons Thursday and Friday morning and at the door Friday evening. Costume contests, games, prizes, dancing and concessions- don't miss out! Tickets are $3. Time for 6th grade is 6-7:15 and time for 7th and 8th grade is 7:30-8:45.

Red Ribbon Week will start on Monday, Oct. 28th. Dress Up Days next week are:

Monday 10/28 "Wear Red Day" to Kick off Red Ribbon Week

Tuesday 10/29 "Put a Cap on Drugs" Wear a hat.

Wednesday 10/30 "Sock it to Drugs" Wear crazy socks.

Thursday 10/31 "Say Boo! to drugs" Wear Halloween colors (orange and black)

Friday 11/1 "Spirit Day" Wear School Colors. Red, White or Blue. Every day you participate you get to enter your name in a drawing for Pacer Tickets, Wireless Headphones or a HydroFlask water bottle. Every grade level will have three winners.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture and check the lost and found box today!

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

***There will be no tutoring at the high school on Wednesday, October 30th.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Wednesday 10-23-2019

Athletics:

Attention Boy Basketball Players: Tryouts for both the 7th and 8th Boys' Basketball teams begin Monday, October 28 immediately after school. Remember... in order to tryout, you must have a physical on file and all documentation completed in PRIVIT. Change in the West Gym locker rooms. For Monday, 7th grade tryouts are in the West Gym and 8th grade in the East Gym.

Clubs:

Attention crafts and chats girls! Our October meeting is THIS THURSDAY the 24th. We will be meeting after school until 4:30 in Mrs. Crone's room to talk & craft about SPOOKY SEASONS. Pick up will be at Door 10. Let Miss Tucker or Mrs. Crone know if you have any questions. See you then & bring a friend!

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, October 28th in room 929 from 3-3:45.

General:

Attention students, any student can stop by the commons area this Friday morning to have a free doughnut with a counselor. We will also have information for Red Ribbon Week that starts next Monday October 28th.

Come join us for a Spooktacular night this Friday at our annual Halloween Dance. Tickets are on sale in the Commons Thursday and Friday morning and at the door Friday evening. Costume contests, games, prizes, dancing and concessions- don't miss out!

Red Ribbon Week will start on Monday, Oct. 28th. Dress Up Days next week are:

Monday 10/28 "Wear Red Day" to Kick off Red Ribbon Week

Tuesday 10/29 "Put a Cap on Drugs" Wear a hat.

Wednesday 10/30 "Sock it to Drugs" Wear crazy socks.

Thursday 10/31 "Say Boo! to drugs" Wear Halloween colors (orange and black)

Friday 11/1 "Spirit Day" Wear School Colors. Red, White or Blue. Every day you participate you get to enter your name in a drawing for Pacer Tickets, Wireless Headphones or a HydroFlask water bottle. Every grade level will have three winners.

Attention Washington DC 2019 goers! Your panoramic picture souvenirs are ready to be picked up in the front office. Pick up your picture and check the lost and found box today!

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

***There will be no tutoring at the high school on Wednesday, October 30th.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Tuesday 10-22-2019

Athletics:

Attention Boy Basketball Players: Tryouts for both the 7th and 8th Boys' Basketball teams begin Monday, October 28 immediately after school. Remember... in order to tryout, you must have a physical on file and all documentation completed in PRIVIT. Change in the West Gym locker rooms. For Monday, 7th grade tryouts are in the West Gym and 8th grade in the East Gym.

Clubs:

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our meeting is today after school in the library. Please bring your copy of the book, The Night Diary, to the meeting and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Reptile Club will meet today in Miss Schaub's room (room 726) from 3:00-4:00. Join us tomorrow for some reptile fun!

Video/ game club will be meeting after school today until 3:45 in room S31. Make sure you have parents pick you up on time at door 1. See you all after school!

Attention crafts and chats girls! Our October meeting is THIS THURSDAY the 24th. We will be meeting after school until 4:30 in Mrs. Crone's room to talk & craft about SPOOKY SEASONS. Pick up will be at Door 10. Let Miss Tucker or Mrs. Crone know if you have any questions. See you then & bring a friend!

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, October 28th in room 929 from 3-3:45.

General:

Attention students, any student can stop by the commons area this Friday morning to have a free doughnut with a counselor. We will also have information for Red Ribbon Week that starts next Monday October 28th.

Come join us for a Spooktacular night this Friday at our annual Halloween Dance. Tickets are on sale in the Commons Thursday and Friday morning and at the door Friday evening. Costume contests, games, prizes, dancing and concessions- don't miss out!

Red Ribbon Week will start on Monday, Oct. 28th. Dress Up Days next week are:

Monday 10/28 "Wear Red Day" to Kick off Red Ribbon Week

Tuesday 10/29 "Put a Cap on Drugs" Wear a hat.

Wednesday 10/30 "Sock it to Drugs" Wear crazy socks.

Thursday 10/31 "Say Boo! to drugs" Wear Halloween colors (orange and black)

Friday 11/1 "Spirit Day" Wear School Colors. Red, White or Blue. Every day you participate you get to enter your name in a drawing for Pacer Tickets, Wireless Headphones or a HydroFlask water bottle. Every grade level will have three winners.

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

***There will be no tutoring at the high school on Wednesday, October 30th.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Monday 10-21-2019

Athletics:

Attention Fall Athletes: If you did not receive your athletic pictures, please see your Head Coach to obtain your purchase. 8th Grade Football players should pick-up photos from Mr. Dones.

Clubs:

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our meeting is tomorrow after school in the library. Please bring your copy of the book, The Night Diary, to the meeting and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30

Reptile Club will meet Tuesday, October 22 in Miss Schaub's room (room 726) from 3:00-4:00. Join us tomorrow for some reptile fun!

Attention crafts and chats girls! Our October meeting is THIS THURSDAY the 24th. We will be meeting after school until 4:30 in Mrs. Crone's room to talk & craft about SPOOKY SEASONS. Pick up will be at Door 10. Let Miss Tucker or Mrs. Crone know if you have any questions. See you then & bring a friend!

General:

Come join us for a Spooktacular night this Friday at our annual Halloween Dance. Tickets are on sale in the Commons Thursday and Friday morning and at the door Friday evening. Costume contests, games, prizes, dancing and concessions- don't miss out!

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Friday 10-11-2019

Athletics:

Your Lady Quaker soccer team closed out another championship this week, capping the season off with a 7-0 win over the Decatur Hawks. The win made it the 6th straight Mid-State Championship. Your Lady Quakers held opponents scoreless in 10 of 13 games and outscored teams 40 to 2 during Conference play. Thank you ladies for all your hard work this season.

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls: Basketball call out meetings were held this week. If you did not attend but are interested, please see Mr. Dones.

Attention Fall Athletes: If you did not receive athletic pictures yesterday, see your Head Coach to obtain your purchase. 8th Grade Football players should pick-up photos from Mr. Dones.

Clubs:

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, October 22nd. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading The Night Diary over fall break if you haven’t already. Please bring your book with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

General:

Attention DC Trip 8th graders! Make sure you turn in your t-shirt money today to the front office. See you TONIGHT at 6:30 PM!!

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

In cafeteria news, reminde r today's Menu will be pasta bake and Cheeseburger.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

CONGRATULATIONS TO MR. MENNONNO’ S FIRST PERIOD CLASS FOR WINNING THE HUNGRY JANE COMPETITION. ENJOY YOUR DONUT PARTY!!!!

There will not be weight room conditioning at the high school after school today.


Thursday 10-10-2019

Athletics:

Your PCMS Boys soccer team finished the season strong with a win over the Decatur Hawks last night with a final score of 4-0. Scoring for the Quakers were Matthew Haberkorn, Luke Clark, Conner Clark, and Logan Shrake! Cameron Grimes, Anthony Blissmer, and Evan Marble each had an assist. Coach Joel & Coach Apollos would like to dedicate last night's game to our 8th grade players preparing to move on to the high school. You have led our team well and will be missed greatly. Do great things! For the last time, congratulations goes to: Sam Beebe, Anthony Blissmer, Conner Clark, Luke Clark, Gavin Fish, Matthew Haberkorn, Elias Henn, Isaac Kessinger, & Ryan Navarette.

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls: Basketball call out meetings still continue this week at 7:30 in the Wrestling room. Listen for your grade, day, and date:

8th grade boys are today

7th grade girls are Friday October 11th. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Attention Fall Athletes: If you did not receive athletic pictures yesterday, see your Head Coach to obtain your purchase. 8th Grade Football players should pick-up photos from Mr. Dones.

Clubs:

Jump Rope Club will meet today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, October 22nd. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading The Night Diary over fall break if you haven’t already. Please bring your book with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

General:

Attention DC Trip 8th graders! Make sure you turn in your t-shirt money to the front office by tomorrow. See you this Friday at 6:30 PM!!

“1 in 7 children in the United States live in hunger." What can you do to help? Let's start right here at PCMS. Through today, we will be collecting money during first period classes to support our school's Hungry Jane account. This account is set up to help those kids struggling to be able to afford to eat. The first-period class that raises the most money next week will receive a donut party.

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

In cafeteria news, reminder today's Menu will be walking tacos and chicken sandwiches for the 2 main meal items. Tomorrow will be pasta bake and Cheeseburger.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Wednesday 10-9-2019

Athletics:

The PCMS men’s tennis team completed their season yesterday as Hendricks County champions by defeating Avon North 3 to 2 and then Brownsburg West 5 to 0. The team finished with 17 wins and only 2 losses, tying the school record for victories in a season. Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Lance White, Zach Bigelow won two matches and Vinny Wittenbring, Carter Orner, and Luke Brewer won one match for the Quakers. Fantastic season, men!!!

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls: Basketball call out meetings begin this week at 7:30 in the Wrestling room. Listen for your grade, day, and date:

8th Boys - Thursday October 10th

7th Girls - Friday October 11th. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Red Pride Girls Basketball Tryout for IGHL winter season is today from 7pm-8:15pm at Plainfield High School. Online registration is HIGHLY recommended and easily accessed by using the following link: https://goteamsnap.com/forms/213134. There will be a quick parent meeting following tryouts. If there are any questions please email Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us. Once again advanced registration is highly recommended to avoid long lines at check in. There are registration forms and information at the front office.

Clubs:

Do you feel like you enjoy helping others? Do you like improving our community AND our world? Come join us at the Interact Club call out meeting! This is a new club and EVERYONE is invited to come and join! The meeting is on today at 3 PM in Miss Harris' Room ( 916)! See you there!"

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our next meeting is Tuesday, October 22nd. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading The Night Diary over fall break if you haven’t already. Please bring your book with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

General:

Attention DC Trip 8th graders! Make sure you turn in your t-shirt money to the front office by Friday. See you this Friday at 6:30 PM!!

“1 in 7 children in the United States live in hunger." What can you do to help? Let's start right here at PCMS. Beginning Oct.7-Thurs. Oct.10th we will be collecting money during first period classes to support our school's Hungry Jane account. This account is set up to help those kids struggling to be able to afford to eat. The first-period class that raises the most money next week will receive a donut party.

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

In cafeteria news, Thursday and Friday's lunch menus will be switched. Thursday we will be offering Walking tacos and Chicken sandwiches for our main menu items. Friday will be Pasta Bake and Cheeseburgers.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Tuesday 10-8-2019

Athletics:

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls: Basketball call out meetings begin this week at 7:30 in the Wrestling room. Listen for your grade, day, and date:

7th Boys - Today

8th Boys - Thursday October 10th

7th Girls - Friday October 11th. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Red Pride Girls Basketball Tryout for IGHL: Tomorrow from 7pm-8:15pm the Plainfield Youth Girls Basketball program will be hosting tryouts for the 2019 Winter Basketball (IGHL) Season. Tryouts will be held at Plainfield High School. Online registration is HIGHLY recommended and easily accessed by using the following link: https://goteamsnap.com/forms/213134. There will be a quick parent meeting following tryouts. If there are any questions please email Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us. Once again advanced registration is highly recommended to avoid long lines at check in.

Clubs:

Do you feel like you enjoy helping others? Do you like improving our community AND our world? Come join us at the Interact Club call out meeting! This is a new club and EVERYONE is invited to come and join! The meeting is on Wednesday, October 9 at 3 PM in Miss Harris' Room ( 916)! See you there!"

General:

Attention DC Trip 8th graders! Make sure you turn in your t-shirt money to the front office by Friday. See you this Friday at 6:30 PM!!

“1 in 7 children in the United States live in hunger." What can you do to help? Let's start right here at PCMS. Beginning Oct.7-Thurs. Oct.10th we will be collecting money during first period classes to support our school's Hungry Jane account. This account is set up to help those kids struggling to be able to afford to eat. The first-period class that raises the most money next week will receive a donut party.

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

In cafeteria news, Thursday and Friday's lunch menus will be switched. Thursday we will be offering Walking tacos and Chicken sandwiches for our main menu items. Friday will be Pasta Bake and Cheeseburgers.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Monday 10-7-2019

Athletics:

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls: Basketball call out meetings begin this week at 7:30 in the Wrestling room. Listen for your grade, day, and date:

8th Girls - today

7th Boys - Tuesday October 8th

8th Boys - Thursday October 10th

7th Girls - Friday October 11th. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Red Pride Girls Basketball Tryout for IGHL: On October 9th from 7pm-8:15pm the Plainfield Youth Girls Basketball program will be hosting tryouts for the 2019 Winter Basketball (IGHL) Season. Tryouts will be held at Plainfield High School. Online registration is HIGHLY recommended and easily accessed by using the following link: https://goteamsnap.com/forms/213134. There will be a quick parent meeting following tryouts. If there are any questions please email Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us. Once again advanced registration is highly recommended to avoid long lines at check in.

Clubs:

Do you feel like you enjoy helping others? Do you like improving our community AND our world? Come join us at the Interact Club call out meeting! This is a new club and EVERYONE is invited to come and join! The meeting is on Wednesday, October 9 at 3 PM in Miss Harris' Room ( 916)! See you there!"

Reminder, Creative Writing Club meets today in room 920 from 3-3:45. See you there.

General:

Attention DC Trip 8th graders! Make sure you turn in your t-shirt money to the front office by Friday. See you this Friday at 6:30 PM!!

“1 in 7 children in the United States live in hunger." What can you do to help? Let's start right here at PCMS. Starting today, Oct.7-Thurs. Oct.10th we will be collecting money during first period classes to support our school's Hungry Jane account. This account is set up to help those kids struggling to be able to afford to eat. The first-period class that raises the most money next week will receive a donut party.

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Friday 10-4-2019

Athletics:

The Lebanon Tigers paid a visit to Plainfield last night for our last home game of the soccer season. After an intense and aggressive first half it was apparently obvious that these two teams were well matched in every way. But the Quaker men weren't giving up that easily. Just when things seemed just a little too even between them, Plainfield decided to put some more pressure on the Tigers. The result would be a 2 to 1 victory for the Quakers by the end of the match! Gavin fish, assisted by Conner Clark, would score the first goal and Cameron Grimes, assisted by Anthony Blissmer, would seal the victory for Plainfield. Congratulations also goes to the MVP of last night's game, Eli Sloan, for an AMAZING PK save to keep Lebanon from a chance at victory. The boys would like to dedicate last night's match to the parents, teachers, and other adult leaders who have made this season (and all the others) possible!"

The Girls Soccer team tamed the Lebanon Tigers last night. The girls never looked back from the 3-0 halftime lead to finish the night with a 6-0 final score. The last game of the season is next Wednesday @ Decatur, with your Lady Quakers attempting to close out there 6th Straight Mid State Championship. Outstanding work ladies!

Goals scored by Stella Mitford with 3, Issy Pridemore, Arie Edwards, and Baylee Smith.  Assists by Katherine Vanhoosier, Baylee Smith, and Arie Edwards.

Last night you’re 7th grade Quakers finished their season undefeated and mid state conference champions! In game one The Quakers shut out the Franklin grizzly cubs 20-0. Maddox Ho scored first for the Quakers are 9 yard TD run. Jacob Lackey caught a 15 yard touchdown from Carson Melvin and also scored a two point conversion. Ho wrapped up the scoring with a 62 yard TD run.

In game 2 the Quakers shut out the grizzly cubs 6-0. The only touchdown was on a 13 yard TD run by Andre Murphy on a pass from Alec Hummel. The B team finished undefeated as well. Congratulations to all players and coaches and a huge thanks to all of the fans.  Players are reminded to ride the bus to the high school and report to Coach Peters room for pizza and film.

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Westfield Shamrocks 4-1 yesterday. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Vinny Wittenbring, Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Colin Bell, Gabe Hansen, Justin Laver, Brady Johnson, Aaron Troupe, and Cameron Zick

Last night the 8th grade football team defeated Franklin 22-8. The first touchdown was a run scored by Jonathan Schmidt. Hunter Newell connected with Caden Vanderbush for the 2-point conversion. The second score was on a fake punt. Yendell Calleja threw a 70 yard pass to Carter Fergerson. The third and final score was on a run by Caden Vanderbush. Hunter Newell connected with Landon Clements for the 2-point conversion. The Quakers finished 5-3 on the year and finished second in the mid-state conference. Great season Quakers

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls: Basketball call out meetings begin next week at 7:30 in the Wrestling room. Listen for your grade, day, and date:

8th Girls - Monday October 7th

7th Boys - Tuesday October 8th

8th Boys - Thursday October 10th

7th Girls - Friday October 11th. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Red Pride Girls Basketball Tryout for IGHL: On October 9th from 7pm-8:15pm the Plainfield Youth Girls Basketball program will be hosting tryouts for the 2019 Winter Basketball (IGHL) Season. Tryouts will be held at Plainfield High School. Online registration is HIGHLY recommended and easily accessed by using the following link: https://goteamsnap.com/forms/213134. There will be a quick parent meeting following tryouts. If there are any questions please email Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us. Once again advanced registration is highly recommended to avoid long lines at check in.

Clubs:

Do you feel like you enjoy helping others? Do you like improving our community AND our world? Come join us at the Interact Club call out meeting! This is a new club and EVERYONE is invited to come and join! The meeting is on October 9 at 3 PM in Miss Harris' Room ( 916)! See you there!"

The next Creative Writing Club meeting will be Monday, October 7th in room 920 from 3-3:45. See you there.

General:

“1 in 7 children in the United States live in hunger." What can you do to help? Let's start right here at PCMS. Next week Monday, Oct.7-Thurs. Oct.10th we will be collecting money during first period classes to support our school's Hungry Jane account. This account is set up to help those kids struggling to be able to afford to eat. The first-period class that raises the most money next week will receive a donut party.

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Thurs 10-3-2019

Athletics:

7th Grade volleyball lost to Tri-West in the first round of the Hendricks County Tournament in 3 sets. The 8th grade volleyball team won against Tri-West in 3 sets and went on to face Avon South in the Semi finals where they lost in 2 sets. Great season girls!

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Zionsville West Eagles yesterday 3-2. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel at #1 singles, Vinny Wittenbring at #3 singles, and Luke Brewer and Carter Orner at #2 doubles. The team’s final home match is today at 5:30 against Westfield.

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls: Basketball call out meetings begin next week at 7:30 in the Wrestling room. Listen for your grade, day, and date:

8th Girls - Monday October 7th

7th Boys - Tuesday October 8th

8th Boys - Thursday October 10th

7th Girls - Friday October 11th. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Red Pride Girls Basketball Tryout for IGHL: On October 9th from 7pm-8:15pm the Plainfield Youth Girls Basketball program will be hosting tryouts for the 2019 Winter Basketball (IGHL) Season. Tryouts will be held at Plainfield High School. Online registration is HIGHLY recommended and easily accessed by using the following link: https://goteamsnap.com/forms/213134. There will be a quick parent meeting following tryouts. If there are any questions please email Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us. Once again advanced registration is highly recommended to avoid long lines at check in.

The 8th grade football team is planning a breast cancer night tonight during the game. They will be collecting donations for the Hendricks County Strides for Breast Cancer walk. The boys have registered as a team so the donation can be placed that way. There will be a speaker from the organization coming for half time. There will be multiple ways to fundraiser such as collection buckets, selling pink carnations, & maybe pink beaded necklaces. There are pink "IN HONOR OF" papers at the middle school front desk so staff and students are welcome to get one and put a name on it and/or a message. These will be displayed at the football game along the fence. Be sure to wear your pink!!

Other athletic events tonight include:

Boys and girl’s soccer at home against Lebanon

Boys and girl’s cross country at Decatur/Beech Grove

7th grade football at Franklin

Boys tennis at home against Westfield

Clubs:

Jump Rope Club will meet today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Attention all NJHS members, our meeting is today after school in the cafeteria from 3-3:30. Please plan on being there.

The next Creative Writing Club meeting will be Monday, October 7th in room 920 from 3-3:45. See you there.

General:

PTO spirit day is today. Be sure to visit the PTO table during lunch.

Picture Retake Day is tomorrow, October 4th. If you are a new student or were absent on our first picture day, please plan to get your picture taken (even if you are not purchasing pictures). If you need your picture retaken, you must bring your original picture package with you to turn in to the photographer on Friday. Here is a link for those wishing to order.

https://cp-school-portraits.hhimagehost.com/V2/Home/LoginConsumer?EK=128626

“1 in 7 children in the United States live in hunger." What can you do to help? Let's start right here at PCMS. Next week Monday, Oct.7-Thurs. Oct.10th we will be collecting money during first period classes to support our school's Hungry Jane account. This account is set up to help those kids struggling to be able to afford to eat. The first-period class that raises the most money next week will receive a donut party.

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Wed 10-2-2019

Athletics:

Attention Volleyball Fans: Today is the Hendricks County Volleyball Tournament. Plainfield hosts Tri-West in Round 1 in the West Gym. Brownsburg East faces off against Avon South in the East Gym. Start time is 5:00. Winners of Round 1 will then play in the Semifinals approximately 7:30. Cost of admission is $5.00 for everyone. Spirit Wear T-shirts DO NOT ALLOW free admission to tournament events.

Other athletic events tonight include:  Boys Tennis at home against Zionsville West

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls: Basketball call out meetings begin next week at 7:30 in the Wrestling room. Listen for your grade, day, and date:

8th Girls - Monday October 7th

7th Boys - Tuesday October 8th

8th Boys - Thursday October 10th

7th Girls - Friday October 11th. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Red Pride Girls Basketball Tryout for IGHL: On October 9th from 7pm-8:15pm the Plainfield Youth Girls Basketball program will be hosting tryouts for the 2019 Winter Basketball (IGHL) Season. Tryouts will be held at Plainfield High School. Online registration is HIGHLY recommended and easily accessed by using the following link: https://goteamsnap.com/forms/213134. There will be a quick parent meeting following tryouts. If there are any questions please email Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us. Once again advanced registration is highly recommended to avoid long lines at check in.

The 8th grade football team is planning a breast cancer night this Thursday during the game. They will be collecting donations for the Hendricks County Strides for Breast Cancer walk. The boys have registered as a team so the donation can be placed that way. There will be a speaker from the organization coming for half time. There will be multiple ways to fundraiser such as collection buckets, selling pink carnations, & maybe pink beaded necklaces. There are pink "IN HONOR OF" papers at the middle school front desk so staff and students are welcome to get one and put a name on it and/or a message. These will be displayed at the football game along the fence. Be sure to wear your pink!!

Clubs:

Congrats to the spell bowl team who travelled to John R Wooden last night and took second place! They did a great job. Area Competition is Nov 5th at PCMS

NJHS: Our next meeting will be tomorrow, Oct. 3rd in the cafeteria from 3-3:30. Please plan on being there.

The next Creative Writing Club meeting will be Monday, October 7th in room 920 from 3-3:45. See you there.

General:

PTO spirit day is this Thursday. Be sure to wear your Plainfield attire and visit the PTO table during lunch.

Picture Retake Day is this Friday, October 4th. If you are a new student or were absent on our first picture day, please plan to get your picture taken (even if you are not purchasing pictures). If you need your picture retaken, you must bring your original picture package with you to turn in to the photographer on Friday. Here is a link for those wishing to order.

https://cp-school-portraits.hhimagehost.com/V2/Home/LoginConsumer?EK=128626

“1 in 7 children in the United States live in hunger." What can you do to help? Let's start right here at PCMS. Next week Monday, Oct.7-Thurs. Oct.10th we will be collecting money during first period classes to support our school's Hungry Jane account. This account is set up to help those kids struggling to be able to afford to eat. The first-period class that raises the most money next week will receive a donut party.

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Tuesday 10-1-2019

Athletics:

Your PCMS girl’s soccer team put Greenwood on the back foot early with one of Arie Edwards five goals within the first 59 sec. of last nights game. Keeping their perfect record of 6-0 in conference play in tact, they went on to finish with a final score of 7-0. Other goals were scored by Elli Stewart and Stella Mitford, with assists by Izzy Pridemore, Stella, and Arie. Great game girls!

Your PCMS Quakers went up against the Greenwood Woodman last night in one of their strongest games yet. After taking an impressive 17 shots on goal, and "chopping" the Greenwood defense down to size, your Quakers would come away with a 4-1 win! Congratulations goes to Anthony Blissmer (with 2 goals), Gavin Fish, and Cameron Grimes (each with 1). The Quakers would like to invite everyone out to their LAST home game of the season this Thursday against Lebanon. See you there!"

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls: Basketball call out meetings begin next week at 7:30 in the Wrestling room. Listen for your grade, day, and date:

8th Girls - Monday October 7th

7th Boys - Tuesday October 8th

8th Boys - Thursday October 10th

7th Girls - Friday October 11th. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Attention Volleyball Fans: Tomorrow, Oct. 2nd, is the Hendricks County Volleyball Tournament. Plainfield hosts Tri-West in Round 1 in the West Gym. Brownsburg East faces off against Avon South in the East Gym. Start time is 5:00. Winners of Round 1 will then play in the Semifinals approximately 7:30. Cost of admission is $5.00 for everyone. Spirit Wear T-shirts DO NOT ALLOW free admission to tournament events.

Red Pride Girls Basketball Tryout for IGHL: On October 9th from 7pm-8:15pm the Plainfield Youth Girls Basketball program will be hosting tryouts for the 2019 Winter Basketball (IGHL) Season. Tryouts will be held at Plainfield High School. Online registration is HIGHLY recommended and easily accessed by using the following link: https://goteamsnap.com/forms/213134. There will be a quick parent meeting following tryouts. If there are any questions please email Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us. Once again advanced registration is highly recommended to avoid long lines at check in.

The 8th grade football team is planning a breast cancer night this Thursday during the game. They will be collecting donations for the Hendricks County Strides for Breast Cancer walk. The boys have registered as a team so the donation can be placed that way. There will be a speaker from the organization coming for half time. There will be multiple ways to fundraiser such as collection buckets, selling pink carnations, & maybe pink beaded necklaces. There are pink "IN HONOR OF" papers at the middle school front desk so staff and students are welcome to get one and put a name on it and/or a message. These will be displayed at the football game along the fence. Be sure to wear your pink!!

Clubs:

The spellbowl team travels to Martinsville tonight for a practice competition. If you see the following students today wish them luck:

Isra Badar, Sadie Hackett, Faatimah Raina, Kulsoom Raina, Zaki Saddiqui, Henry Weilenberg, Ayla Doty and Jackson Carwein.

NJHS: Our next meeting will be Thursday, Oct. 3rd in the cafeteria from 3-3:30. Please plan on being there.

Smooth sailing sea turtles sunning on the shore. Come join us for reptile club today to learn more about sea turtles. Meet in Miss Schaub's room, 726, from 3:00-4:00. Hope to see you there!

After School Weight Room Club will run from through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

General:

PTO spirit day is this Thursday. Be sure to wear your Plainfield attire and visit the PTO table during lunch.

Picture Retake Day is this Friday, October 4th. If you are a new student or were absent on our first picture day, please plan to get your picture taken (even if you are not purchasing pictures). If you need your picture retaken, you must bring your original picture package with you to turn in to the photographer on Friday. Here is a link for those wishing to order.

https://cp-school-portraits.hhimagehost.com/V2/Home/LoginConsumer?EK=128626

Attention Washington DC attendees! Don't forget to turn in your t-shirt money! Also, make sure you attend the MANDATORY student meeting on tomorrow, October 2nd at 7:30 AM in the wrestling room. Head to the wrestling room as soon as you arrive at school. Bring any forms you need to turn in. See you in DC!!!

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Monday 9-30-2019

Athletics:

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls: Basketball call out meetings begin next week at 7:30 in the Wrestling room. Listen for your grade, day, and date:

8th Girls - Monday October 7th

7th Boys - Tuesday October 8th

8th Boys - Thursday October 10th

7th Girls - Friday October 11th. See Mr. Dones if you have any questions.

Attention Volleyball Fans: Next Wednesday 10/2 is the Hendricks County Volleyball Tournament. Plainfield hosts Tri-West in Round 1 in the West Gym. Brownsburg East faces off against Avon South in the East Gym. Start time is 5:00. Winners of Round 1 will then play in the Semifinals approximately 7:30. Cost of admission is $5.00 for everyone. Spirit Wear T-shirts DO NOT ALLOW free admission to tournament events.

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Franklin Grizzly Cubs 5-0 in the semifinals of the Miid-State Conference Tourney on Saturday but was defeated by the Whiteland Warriors 4-1 in the championship. Jaxcen Hummel, Vinny Wittenbring, Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Luke Brewer, and Carter Orner all won one match, and Colton East won both his matches making him conference champion at #2 singles.

Red Pride Girls Basketball Tryout for IGHL: On October 9th from 7pm-8:15pm the Plainfield Youth Girls Basketball program will be hosting tryouts for the 2019 Winter Basketball (IGHL) Season. Tryouts will be held at Plainfield High School. Online registration is HIGHLY recommended and easily accessed by using the following link: https://goteamsnap.com/forms/213134. There will be a quick parent meeting following tryouts. If there are any questions please email Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us. Once again advanced registration is highly recommended to avoid long lines at check in.

The 8th grade football team is planning a breast cancer night this Thursday during the game. They will be collecting donations for the Hendricks County Strides for Breast Cancer walk. The boys have registered as a team so the donation can be placed that way. There will be a speaker from the organization coming for half time. There will be multiple ways to fundraiser such as collection buckets, selling pink carnations, & maybe pink beaded necklaces. There are pink "IN HONOR OF" papers at the middle school front desk so staff and students are welcome to get one and put a name on it and/or a message. These will be displayed at the football game along the fence.

Clubs:

After School Weight Room Club is cancelled today, Monday, Sept. 30th.

NJHS: our next meeting will be Thursday, Oct. 3rd in the cafeteria from 3-3:30. Please plan on being there. However, any NJHS members who wants to help with the upcoming Hungry Jane fundraiser please meet in Mrs. Humphries room 929 after school today from 3-3:30.

Smooth sailing sea turtles sunning on the shore. Come join us for reptile club this week to learn more about sea turtles. Meet in Miss Schaub's room, room 726, from 3:00-4:00 on Tuesday October 1st. Hope to see you there!

After School Weight Room Club will run from through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

General:

Picture Retake Day is this Friday, October 4th. If you are a new student or were absent on our first picture day, please plan to get your picture taken (even if you are not purchasing pictures). If you need your picture retaken, you must bring your original picture package with you to turn in to the photographer on Friday.

Attention Washington DC attendees! Don't forget to turn in your t-shirt money! Also, make sure you attend the MANDATORY student meeting on Wednesday, October 2nd at 7:30 AM in the wrestling room. Head to the wrestling room as soon as you arrive at school that day. Bring any forms you need to turn in. See you in DC

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Friday 9-27-2019

Athletics:

Your Plainfield Quakers faced off with the undefeated Falcons of Perry Meridian last night. After playing a heavily defensive game, the Quakers would fall in a 0-5 loss. Excellent job gentlemen and good luck with the rest of your season.

Congrats to the boys and girls cross-country teams who competed in the Dave Landes invitational last night. The boys finished 2nd out of 9 teams. Finishing in the top 25 was Jakob Nehring 21st, Nolan Birke 20th, Drew Guthrie 15th, Landon Gilliat 14th, Eli Jackson 11th, and Addison Neuen in 9th. The girls team took home first and won the championship! All 7 girls who raced finished in the top 25. Ava Broyles 21st, Claire Durell 17th, Marlie Eickhoff 16th, Calli Clark 11th, Claudia VanBibber 10th, Ainsley Brown 7th, and Mia Bammann who had a great 3rd place finish! Great work guys!

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Mooresville Pioneers 5-0 yesterday in the first round of the Mid-State Conference tourney. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Vinny Wittenbring, Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Luke Brewer, Carter Orner, Gabe Hansen, Colin Bell, Brady Johnson, Justin Laver, Teddy Rissot, Landon Naaman, Carson Steinborn, Aaron Troupe, Cameron Zick, and Avery Homan.

Last night in game one your seventh grade Quakers beat the Decatur Hawks 16-0. Scoring first for the Quakers was a scoop and score on a fumble. Wyrick ran in for a touchdown and Lackey converted the two points. Scoring second for the Quakers was Melvin on a 22 yard TD run and Jacob Lackey on a two point conversion. In game 2 the Quakers defeated the Hawks 30-0. Raymond Coverdale picked off a Decatur pass and that turned into a 43 yard TD run by Andre Murphy and Hummel converted the two points. Anthony Murphy scored second for the Quakers on a 2 yard TD run and also converted the two point conversion. Anthony Murphy scored a 60 yard reception from Hummel and Andre Murphy finish their game with a 26 yard TD reception. Players a reminder to ride the bus to the high school for film and workouts.

Last night the 8th grade football team lost to Decatur Central. Next Thursday is the last home game of the season. It’s is versus Franklin and is our Breast Cancer Awareness game. The game starts at 5:30. Everybody wear pink!

Clubs:

Any NJHS members who want to help with the upcoming Hungry Jane fundraiser please meet in Mrs. Humphries room 929 after school Monday, Sept. 30th from 3-3:30.

Smooth sailing sea turtles sunning on the shore. Come join us for reptile club this week to learn more about sea turtles. Meet in Miss Schaub's room, room 726, from 3:00-4:00 on Tuesday October 1st. Hope to see you there!

General:

Attention Washington DC attendees! Don't forget to turn in your t-shirt money! Also, make sure you attend the MANDATORY student meeting on Wednesday, October 2nd at 7:30 AM in the wrestling room. Head to the wrestling room as soon as you arrive at school that day. Bring any forms you need to turn in. See you in DC

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. The link is posted on our school website under announcements.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

After School Weight Room Club will run from through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Thurs 9-26-2019

Athletics:

7th grade volleyball won in three sets last night against Greenwood. 8th grade volleyball lost in straights sets. Come out to support your Lady Quakers at home tonight against Paul Hadley at 5:30.

Other athletic events tonight include:

7th grade football at home against Decatur

8th grade football at Decatur

Girls and boys’ soccer at Perry Meridian

Boys and girls cross country at Danville and

Boys Tennis at Paul Hadley

Clubs:

Jump Rope Club will meet today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

RC Club will be meeting today after school until 3:40. Even if you weren't able to attend the first meeting, you’re are welcome to attend. Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

Any NJHS members who want to help with the upcoming Hungry Jane fundraiser please meet in Mrs. Humphries room 929 after school Monday, Sept. 30th from 3-3:30.

Smooth sailing sea turtles sunning on the shore. Come join us for reptile club this week to learn more about sea turtles. Meet in Miss Schaub's room, room 726, from 3:00-4:00 on Tuesday October 1st. Hope to see you there!

General:

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested. 

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

After School Weight Room Club will run from through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Wed 9-25-2019

Athletics:

Last night the 7th grade Quakers played at Cascade against the Cadets and came away with a 34-0 victory. Scoring first for the Quakers was Anthony Murphy on a 3 yard TD run and Andre Murphy with the two point conversion. Andre scored again on a 53 yard catch from quarterback Alec Hummel. Anthony scored again on a 3 yard TD run and Zyon Harris converter the two point try. Hummel scored a touchdown by 2 yards scamper and the final score was Hummel to Raymond Coverdale on a 40 yard TD catch and run.

Last night the Girls soccer team had an amazing game against an unbeaten Martinsville team. With the strong defense of Gabby Hauck, Carmen Sedwick and Olivia Champine there were few shots. The ones that got thru were swept up by Jaitlynn Jones. Fantastic possession by the mid field was the key of the game by kyaira Carter, Ella Lietzelman, Issa pridemore and Arie Edwards. Great crosses and thru balls by Baylee Smith, Elli Stewart, Lily Lee, and Anissa Short kept Martinsville pinned in their end for 52 min of the game. With constant pressure the rule of the night, Stella Mitford highlighted the team effort with the most off sides calls of the game. Arie Edwards with 2 goals and Eli Stewart 1, combined to cap off a great night of soccer. Your girls stay unbeaten in conference play with a final score of 3-1.

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Martinsville Artesians yesterday 5-0. Winners for the Quakers were Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Luke Brewer, Carter Orner, Gabe Hansen, Justin Laver, Brady Johnson, Colin Bell, Nolan Vernengo, Landon Naaman, Aaron Troupe, Carson Steinborn, Cameron Zick, Teddy Rissot, Boone Allen, Avery Homan, Warren Wittenbring, Gabe Thorne, and Cameron Pritchard.

The Plainfield Quakers traveled to Martinsville last night to face the conference rivals from John R. Wooden Middle School. These Artesians played an aggressive game but were no match for the determined Quaker men. After an impressive 30 shots on goal, the Plainfield boys would walk away with a 6-0 lead against Martinsville. Scoring for your Quakers were Connor Clark (with a hat trick), Matthew Haberkorn (with 2), and Gavin Fish (with 1). Assisting on goals were Anthony Blissmer, Colton McClure, and Sam Beebe. Good luck to the team as they prepare to travel tomorrow night to face the undefeated Perry Meridian Falcons! Bring home the win gentlemen.

The girl's golf team completed their regular season last night with wins over Paul Hadley and Monrovia. Their season record now stands at 15 wins and 4 losses. Payton Benge and Demi Bolin were co-match medalists with a 6 hole score of 31. Harper Dorris added a score of 34, Loghan Noggle scored a 35, Eva Mennonno scored a 37 and Ella Hines rounded out the scores with a 50. Thanks to our sixth-grade players for coming out and supporting their team even though they were not playing, Kaelin Siddons, Ellie Phillips, Halle Mackey and Rachel Weise. Great job ladies. Good luck Friday as you compete in the conference tournament.

Good luck to your lady Quaker volleyball teams as they travel to Greenwood tonight.

Clubs:

RC Club will be meeting tomorrow after school until 3:40. Even if you weren't able to attend the first meeting, you’re are welcome to attend. Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

Any NJHS members who want to help with the upcoming Hungry Jane fundraiser please meet in Mrs. Humphries room 929 after school Monday, Sept. 30th from 3-3:30.

General:

“TWILIGHT UNDER THE MOON”, fundraising event for 7th grade student Jack Moon, will be held Satruday, Oct 19 at 7:30 at Plainfield High School to benefit. Students and Families must register for this event if interested.

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=133235

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip! Please remind your parents that we have a parent meeting tonight at 7PM in the big gym. The meeting is MANDATORY. Also, roommate sign-ups are now available in Miss Tucker's room-- room 304. Please see Miss Tucker in room 304 between 7:30 and 3 to sign up for a room. If you are not signed up by Tuesday the 24th, you will be placed in a room. See you in DC!"

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

After School Weight Room Club will run from through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Tues 9-24-2019

Athletics:

The Lady Quaker golf team defeated the Chapel Hill Giants 114 to 161. This brings their season record to 13 wins and 4 losses. Payton Benge was the match medalist with a 5 hole total of 25. Great job ladies. Wish a golfer luck today as they take on Paul Hadley and Monrovia in their last regular season match of the 2019 campaign.

Both 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams got a win against Decatur last night in straight sets. Thank you to the spirit section that kept the energy up for the match. Come out to support your lady Quakers on Thursday as they take on the Morresville Pioneers.

Good luck to the following teams as they take on rivalries away from home: Boys and girls soccer at John Wooden, boys and girls cross country at Avon North, 7th grade B football team at Cascade, and Boys tennis at John Wooden. Also good luck to your lady Quaker golf team as they host Monrovia/Paul Hadley.

Clubs:

RC Club will be meeting Thursday, September 26th after school until 3:40. Even if you weren't able to attend the first meeting, you’re are welcome to attend. Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

General:

Attention all FCA members and any PCMS student and staff member!!!! Tomorrow, Wednesday September 25, is SEE YOU AT THE POLE!! This is a morning of prayer at schools all across the country. Come join us around the flagpole at the front of the building by door #1 tomorrow morning at 7:15!!!

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip! Please remind your parents that we have a parent meeting tomorrow, September 25th at 7PM in the big gym. The meeting is MANDATORY. Also, roommate sign ups are now available in Miss Tucker's room-- room 304. Please see Miss Tucker in room 304 between 7:30 and 3 to sign up for a room. If you are not signed up by Tuesday the 24th, you will be placed in a room. See you in DC!"

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

After School Weight Room Club will run from through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Monday 9-23-2019

Athletics:

Tonight your 7th and 8th grade Volleyball teams take on Decatur at home. 7th Grade game starts at 5:30. Come out and support your lady Quakers!!

Good luck to your lady’s golf team tonight as they take on Chapel Hill at Deer Creek.

Clubs:

Don't forget… Photo Club will meet today until 3:30.

Creative Writing Club will meet today from 3-3:45 in room 929. See you there.

RC Club will be meeting Thursday, September 26th after school until 3:40. Even if you weren't able to attend the first meeting, you’re are welcome to attend. Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

General:

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip! Please remind your parents that we have a parent meeting Wednesday, September 25th at 7PM in the big gym. The meeting is MANDATORY. Also, roommate sign ups are now available in Miss Tucker's room-- room 304. Please see Miss Tucker in room 304 between 7:30 and 3 to sign up for a room. If you are not signed up by Tuesday the 24th, you will be placed in a room. See you in DC!"

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Friday 9-20-2019

Athletics:

The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams battled Danville at PCMS last night, and 7th grade team came away with a nice victory in three games. Both teams are at home again on Monday against the Decatur Hawks. Come out and support them in this Midstate Conference matchup.

Last night the Quakers hosted the Woodmen of Greenwood and came away with a victory 38-0. Scoring first for the Quakers was Westyn Weyrich on a kick off return followed up with Jacob Lackey on a two point run. Carson Melvin had a 3 yard run for the second touchdown. Alex Holsclaw blocked a punt and Jason Woodson had a scoop and score for a touchdown. Melvin through the two-point conversion to Holsclaw. The next touchdown was a 33-yard pass from Melvin to Brandon Hendry. Weyrich ran the two point conversion. The final score for the Quakers was a 3-yard touchdown pass from Melvin to Brady Sebanc. Weyrich completed the two-point conversion.  Players are reminded to ride the bus to the high school for workouts and film.

Last night the 8th grade football team defeated the Greenwood Woodmen 14-12. Touchdowns were scored on a run by Caden Vanderbush and a pass from Hunter Newell to Marcos Rivera. The defense came up big with two, two point conversion stops. The Quakers now move to 4-2 on the season. Great job!

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Decatur Central Hawks yesterday 5-0. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Vinny Wittenbring, Justin White, Zach Bigelow, Luke Brewer, Carter Orner, Aaron Troupe, Gabe Hansen, Gabe Thorne, Justin Laver, Brady Johnson, Nolan Vernengo, Landon Naaman, Carson Steinborn, Cameron Zick, Boone Allen, and Cameron Pritchard.

The Lady Quaker golf team performed at a high-level last night as they competed for the County Championship. Unfortunately, they were 1 stroke away from becoming back to back champions. Demi Bolin had a fantastic round, finishing as this year's county champion and match medalist with a low score of 40. Payton Benge added a 48 to finish in a tie for 5th place, and Eva Mennonno rounded out the top 10 with a personal best round of 50. Harper Dorris and Loghan Noggle added solid performances with a 51 and 52 respectively. This brings their season record to 12 wins and 4 losses. Great job ladies!

Your Girls soccer team stayed unbeaten in Conference play with a win over the Franklin Grizzly Cubs. The Cubs put up a great defensive fight. Your ladies put 13 shots on goal, with 5 finding there way through. Goal Scorers were -Emma Conners, Kyaira Carter, Baylee Smith, and Issy Pridemore with 2. Goal Assists credited to -Anissa Short, Carmen Sedwick, and Emma Conners

Congrats to the boys and girls cross-country teams who ran last night against Perry Meridian and Paul Hadley. The girls took second by 1 point and the boys took first place by 8 points! Finishing in the top 10 for the girls were Marlie Eickhoff, Mia Bammann, Claudia CanBibber, and Berkley Williams. Finishing in the top 10 for the boys were Spencer Springs, Nolan Birke, Drew Guthrie, Eli Jackson, Addison Neuen. Don’t forget to bring your money tonight for our Dairy Queen run! Pickup is at Swinford Park at 4:45 tonight!

Is your dog starting to smell really bad? There will be a Dog Wash Fundraiser on Sept. 21st that supports your 8th grade football team. This will take place at Speck’s pet supplies and all washes are $10 that day.

Clubs:

Attention all Robotics Team Members: Due to the Homecoming festivities tonight, we will be ending practice at 4:30 instead of 5. Please have your ride ready to pick you up at door 17 as close to 4:30 as possible. See Coach Apollos in the IDEALab if you have any questions."

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Sept. 23rd from 3-3:45 in room 929. See you there.

RC Club will be meeting next Thursday, September 26th after school until 3:40. Even if you weren't able to attend the first meeting, you’re are welcome to attend. Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

After School Weight Room Club will run from through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

General:

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip! Please remind your parents that we have a parent meeting next Wednesday, September 25th at 7PM in the big gym. The meeting is MANDATORY. Also, roommate sign ups are now available in Miss Tucker's room-- room 304. Please see Miss Tucker in room 304 between 7:30 and 3 to sign up for a room. If you are not signed up by Tuesday the 24th, you will be placed in a room. See you in DC!"

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

PTO sponsored restaurant night is on Saturday, Sept. 21st from 4-8 pm at Chipotle. Grab your friends for some great food and a good cause! When you attend, be sure to tell the cashier you are supporting the PCMS PTO.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Thursday 9-19-2019

Athletics:

Volleyball took on Clarke Pleasant last night. Both 7th and 8th grade lost in three sets. Come out to support your lady quakers tonight against Danville.

Is your dog starting to smell really bad? There will be a Dog Wash Fundraiser on Sept. 21st that supports your 8th grade football team. This will take place at Speck’s pet supplies and all washes are $10 that day.

Clubs:

Jump Rope Club will meet today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Crafts and Chats is happening today in the choir room. All 7th and 8th grade girls are welcome. We will meet from 3:00-4:30. Please note the room location change! Parents can pick you up at door 3. See Mrs. Slavens with questions!

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Sept. 23rd from 3-3:45 in room 929. See you there.

RC Club will be meeting next Thursday, September 26th after school until 3:40. Even if you weren't able to attend the first meeting, you’re are welcome to attend. Have a ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions

After School Weight Room Club will run from through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

General:

Attention 8th graders going on the Washington D.C. trip! Please remind your parents that we have a parent meeting next Wednesday, September 25th at 7PM in the big gym. The meeting is MANDATORY. Also, roommate sign ups are now available in Miss Tucker's room-- room 304. Please see Miss Tucker in room 304 between 7:30 and 3 to sign up for a room. If you are not signed up by Tuesday the 24th, you will be placed in a room. See you in DC!"

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

It's homecoming week! Join us in the celebration.  Today is Jack Moon Day. Thank you to everyone who wore orange today!! Also, if you wore a hat today, the $1 goes to your 1st period teacher. *Students must have a sticker to a wear hat today.

Tomorrow is the big game..make it a Red, White, and Blue Day

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

Today, every athletic team has either a HOME or AWAY contest which means...PTO SPIRIT DAY. However, this day has been devoted to support PCMS 7th Grader, Jack Moon. Wear ORANGE to any after school sporting event in support of Jack. Let's make it an... ORANGE OUT DAY...GO PCMS!

PTO sponsored restaurant night is on Saturday, Sept. 21st from 4-8 pm at Chipotle. Grab your friends for some great food and a good cause! When you attend, be sure to tell the cashier you are supporting the PCMS PTO.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

AND MOST IMPORTANTLY….DRUM-ROLL PLEASE…..Today is Miss Becky's last day at PCMS! We wish you a happy retirement and we will all miss you!


Wednesday 9-18-2019

Athletics:

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Franklin Grizzly Cubs yesterday 4-1. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Luke Brewer, Carter Orner, Vinny Wittenbring, Gabe Hansen, Nolan Vernengo, Landon Naaman, Carsen Steinborn, Teddy Rissot, Aaron Troupe, Cameron Zick, Quinton Seaver, Warren Wittenbring, Cameron Pritchard, Avery Homan, and Andrew Zick.

Is your dog starting to smell really bad? There will be a Dog Wash Fundraiser on Sept. 21st that supports your 8th grade football team. This will take place at Speck’s pet supplies and all washes are $10 that day.

Clubs:

Jump Rope Club will meet on Thursday after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Crafts and Chats is happening this Thursday in the choir room. All 7th and 8th grade girls are welcome. We will meet from 3:00-4:30. Please note the room location change! Parents can pick you up at door 3. See Mrs. Slavens with questions!

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Sept. 23rd from 3-3:45 in room 929. See you there.

After School Weight Room Club will run from today through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

General:

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

It's homecoming week! Join us in the celebration.

Today is favorite Jersey Day

* Thursday is Jack Moon Day. It’s going to be an ORANGE OUT DAY!! Wear orange to support Jack and all of our athletic teams that day. Also, Wear a hat for $1.00 Money goes to your 1st period.

Friday: Red, White, and Blue Day

*Students must have sticker to a wear hat on Thursday.

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

Thursday, September 19th, every athletic team has either a HOME or AWAY contest which means...PTO SPIRIT DAY. However, this day has been devoted to support PCMS 7th Grader, Jack Moon. Wear ORANGE to school and definitely to any after school sporting event in support of Jack. Let's make it an... ORANGE OUT DAY...GO PCMS!

PTO sponsored restaurant night is on Saturday, Sept. 21st from 4-8 pm at Chipotle. Grab your friends for some great food and a good cause! When you attend, be sure to tell the cashier you are supporting the PCMS PTO.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Tuesday 9-17-2019

Athletics:

The PCMS Quakers provided an onerous and pugnacious confrontation to the opposing Southport Cardinals last night. The rapacious aggregation of the Cardinals spurred the Quakers to a prompt lead of 2 to 0 in the first half; however, these crimson fowl were not conquered yet. Southport would put a return 2 swift goals by the end of the game. The concluding score would be a 2-2 match for the first time in five seasons! Tremendously remarkable job gentleman!

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Brownsburg West Bulldogs yesterday 3-2. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Luke Brewer, Carter Orner, Vinny Wittenbring, Gabe Hansen, Justin Laver, Brady Johnson, Aaron Troupe, Cameron Zick, Carson Steinborn, Teddy Rissot, and Gabe Thorne.

The Girls soccer team got back to winning last night vs. the Southport Cardinals. Finding the back of the net with regularity, your Girls team finished with a score of 8-0.  Goal scorers were-Ella Litzelman with 2, Elli Stewart 2, Stelly Mitford 2, Issy Pridemore 1, and Anissa Short 1. Assists credited to -Elli Stewart with 2, Emma Conners 1, and Lily Lee 1.

Is your dog starting to smell really bad? There will be a Dog Wash Fundraiser on Sept. 21st that supports your 8th grade football team. This will take place at Speck’s pet supplies and all washes are $10 that day.

Clubs:

Turtles, turtles, turtles! Join reptile club today to see some real baby turtles and learn more about them. The meeting is in Miss Schaub's room from 3-4. See you there.

Tuesday: Dont forget video/game club will be meeting today after school until 3:45. See you all in Mrs.Morken’s room S31 after school!!!

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our first meeting is today after school in the library. Please bring your copy of the book, The Iron Trial, to the meeting and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Sept. 23rd from 3-3:45 in room 929. See you there.

After School Weight Room Club will run from today through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

General:

Attention all middle school students. Have holiday spirit? Love to make art? If so this announcement is for you. The Plainfield School Corporation is hosting a PCMS art contest. Winner will have their artwork displayed on the school corporations holiday card. If interested flyers with all the details and rules can be picked up in the main office, Mr. Sprague's room or Mrs. Honneger's room. Thanks and good luck.

It's homecoming week! Join us in the celebration.

Monday: Pajama Day

Tuesday: Movie/Disney/TV Character Day

Wednesday:Jersey Day

* Thursday: Jack Moon Day. It’s going to be an ORANGE OUT DAY!! Wear orange to support Jack and all of our athletic teams that day. Also, Wear a hat for $1.00 Money goes to your 1st period.

Friday: Red, White, and Blue Day

*Students must have sticker to a wear hat on Thursday.

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

Thursday, September 19th, every athletic team has either a HOME or AWAY contest which means...PTO SPIRIT DAY. However, this day has been devoted to support PCMS 7th Grader, Jack Moon. Wear ORANGE to school and definitely to any after school sporting event in support of Jack. Let's make it an... ORANGE OUT DAY...GO PCMS!

PTO sponsored restaurant night is on Saturday, Sept. 21st from 4-8 pm at Chipotle. Grab your friends for some great food and a good cause! When you attend, be sure to tell the cashier you are supporting the PCMS PTO.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Teachers, please remember to set out your recycling every Wednesday and Friday.


Monday 9-16-2019

Athletics:

Is your dog starting to smell really bad? There will be a Dog Wash Fundraiser on Sept. 21st that supports your 8th grade football team. This will take place at Speck’s pet supplies and all washes are $10 that day.

Clubs:

Turtles, turtles, turtles! Join reptile club on Tuesday, September 17th to see some real baby turtles and learn more about them. The meeting is in Miss Schaub's room from 3-4. See you there.

Video/ game club will be meeting Tuesday after school until 3:45 in Mrs. Morken’s room S31. Come join us! Please have parents pick you up at door 1. See you tomorrow!

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our first meeting is Tuesday after school in the library. Please bring your copy of the book, The Iron Trial, to the meeting and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

After School Weight Room Club will run from today through May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

General:

It's homecoming week! Join us in the celebration.  

Today: Pajama Day

Tuesday: Movie/Disney/TV Character Day

Wednesday:Jersey Day

* Thursday: Jack Moon Day. It’s going to be an ORANGE OUT DAY!! Wear orange to support Jack and all of our athletic teams that day. Also, Wear a hat for $1.00 Money goes to your 1st period.

Friday: Red, White, and Blue Day

*Students must have sticker to a wear hat on Thursday.

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

Thursday, September 19th, every athletic team has either a HOME or AWAY contest which means...PTO SPIRIT DAY. However, this day has been devoted to support PCMS 7th Grader, Jack Moon. Wear ORANGE to school and definitely to any after school sporting event in support of Jack. Let's make it an... ORANGE OUT DAY...GO PCMS!

PTO sponsored restaurant night is on Saturday, Sept. 21st from 4-8 pm at Chipotle. Grab your friends for some great food and a good cause! When you attend, be sure to tell the cashier you are supporting the PCMS PTO.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Friday 9-13-2019

Athletics:

The Quaker boys took a tough loss last night to the New Pal Bucks. Going against a bigger, faster, and more skilled team is never easy and, after an hour of play, Plainfield just couldn't pull it together to score a goal. The final score was 0 to 5. We have a lot of work to do, but we're ready to make it happen! Better luck next time guys.

Congratulations to our cross-country teams yesterday. Both the boys and girls won against Avon South and Tri West. Finishing in the top 10 for girls were Claire Durrell 7th, Haleigh Menser 6th, Katie Campbell 5th, Mia Bammann 4th, Marlie Eickhoff 3rd, and in 1st place with a time 13:09 of was Berkley Williams.  Finishing in top 10 for the boys was Mason Birke 9th, Lucas Anderson 8th, Alan Vargas 7th, Drew Guthrie 5th, Eli Jackson 4th, Landon Gilliat 3rd, and finishing in first place with a time of 11:38 was Addison Neuen. The team runs again Monday at home!

Last night your Plainfield Lady Quakers put up a fight against The New Pal Dragons. They lost their first non conference game of the season to the score of 0-5. Your Lady Quakers could not find their way to possess the ball through to goal. We suffered two injuries playing, hoping you two get better! 2nd half Harley Myers had amazing saves. Lady’s don’t forget to bring your tennis shoes for practice. Keep your head up Lady’s!

Volleyball was in action last night against Franklin Community for a conference match. 7th grade lost in 2 sets. 8th had an uphill fight, down one set but battled back to win the 2nd and 3rd sets.

Last night the 7th grade football Quakers visited Perry Meridian and came away with a 22-0 victory. Scoring first for the Quakers was Melvin on a 32 yard TD run. Maddox Ho followed that up with a 20 yard touchdown run and Jacob Lackey threw a jump pass to Jason Woodson for the two-point conversion. Melvin scored the last touchdown in the first game on a 20 yard run and Ho ran the two-point conversion. In game two, the Quakers won 12-0. Alec Hummel scored the first touchdown on a 5 yard TD scamper and Anthony Murphy capped off the second score was a 35-yard run for a touchdown.  Players are reminder to ride the bus to the high school for film and workout.

Last night the 8th grade football team defeated Perry Meridian 34-0. Led by a great performance by the offensive line Caden Vanderbush scored 5 touchdowns. Hunter Newell had a great game completing multiple passes to Landon Clements, Marcos Rivera, and Tray Ross. On the defense side of the ball it was a complete team effort. The Quakers play at home next Thursday versus greenwood.

The Lady Quaker golf team was busy this week with 3 matches. They ended the week with a 3 and 1 record. They secured victories over Perry Meridian Middle School 165 to 191, Decatur Central Middle School 135 to 152, and John Wooden Middle School 122 to 135. Their only loss of the week came against Brownsburg West Middle School, 135 to 125. Payton Benge and Demi Bolin led the way for the Quakers capturing low scores in the three matches. Other contributors were Harper Doris, Loghan Noggle, Eva Mennonno, and Kaelin Siddons. Their season record now stands at 7 wins and 3 losses. Great job this week ladies. Take tonight off, you deserve it.

Clubs:

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our first meeting is Tuesday, September 17th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring your book, The Iron Trial, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

After School Weight Room Club will run from Sept. 16th-May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions. All weight room club members will need to meet in the Commons Area after school starting on the 16th, then we will go to the weight room.

General:

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

Thursday, September 19th, every athletic team has either a HOME or AWAY contest which means...PTO SPIRIT DAY. However, this day has been devoted to support PCMS 7th Grader, Jack Moon. Wear ORANGE to school and definitely to any after school sporting event in support of Jack. Let's make it an... ORANGE OUT DAY...GO PCMS!

PTO sponsored restaurant night is on Saturday, Sept. 21st from 4-8 pm at Chipotle. Grab your friends for some great food and a good cause! When you attend, be sure to tell the cashier you are supporting the PCMS PTO.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Staff and students, today is the last day to order Jack Moon Strong T-shirts and bracelets.

Attention all 8th graders! This is the last day to sign up for the Washington DC trip this year! Please see Miss Tucker in room 304 with any questions. No late registrations will be excepted after today

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Thursday 9-12-2019

Athletics:

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Giants of Chapel Hill yesterday 5-0. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Colin Bell, Vinny Wittenbring, Gabe Hansen, Justin Laver, Brady Johnson, Nolan Vernengo, Landon Naaman, Teddy Rissot, Aaron Troupe, Carsen Steinborn, Cameron Zick, Quinton Seaver, Avery Homan, Cameron Pritchard, Gabe Thorne, and Boone Allen.

Volleyball took on Avon South last night. 7th grade lost in 2. 8th grade put up a fight but were defeated in 2 sets. Good luck at Franklin tonight ladies!

Clubs:

Any student interested in competing on the spellbowl team should come to room 717 today after school until 4:00. Please have your ride pick you up at door 1.

Jump Rope Club will meet today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our first meeting is Tuesday, September 17th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring your book, The Iron Trial, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

After School Weight Room Club will run from Sept. 16th-May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions.

General:

PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY IS OCT. 4TH

PTO sponsored restaurant night is on Saturday, Sept. 21st from 4-8 pm at Chipotle. Grab your friends for some great food and a good cause! When you attend, be sure to tell the cashier you are supporting the PCMS PTO.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Staff and students, tomorrow will be the last day to order Jack Moon Strong T-shirts and bracelets.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Wednesday 9-11-2019

Athletics:

What a game, what a game! The PCMS Quakers experienced their first comeback of the season against their conference rivals from Mooresville! Things were looking bleak for your Quakers at the half w/ the score at 0 to 2 and the first conference loss looking likely. But the Quaker boys were not done yet. In the second half of the game, PCMS would rally together to score an amazing 4 goals in 28 minutes! With a final score of 4 to 3 the Quakers remain undefeated in the conference tournament. Congratulations goes to our scorers for the evening (each with one goal a piece): Connor Clark, Anthony Blissmer, Matthew Haberkorn, and Gavin Fish! Amazing job to the defensive line of Leo Heyob, Ryan Navarrette, Isaac Kessinger, and Sam Beebe for holding the Pioneers at bay and allowing an amazing return in the game. Great job gentlemen!

PCMS Girls soccer last night put Paul Hadley's goal keeper to work. With 26 shots taken on goal your lady quakers were held to 1-0 at the half. The high pressure finally paid off in the second half with a rush of 6 more goals leaving the final score at 7-0. With a Defensive base of Gabby Hauck, Lily Lee and Caitlyn Kluzinski, this marks the 5th straight team effort keeping opposing teams scoreless. PCMS Scoring was led by Issy Pridemore with 4 goals, Arie Edwards with 2, and Ella Litzelman with 1.  Assists credited to - Elli Stewart with 2, Baylee Smith and Issy Pridemore with one each. Next up is New Palestine on Thurs

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Perry Meridian Falcons yesterday 5-0. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Colin Bell, Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Luke Brewer, Carter Orner, Gabe Hansen, Vinny Wittenbring, Justin Laver, Brady Johnson, Nolan Vernengo, Landon Naaman, Carsen Steinborn, Cameron Zick, and Avery Homan.

Last night the boys and girls cross country teams competed in a 5 way meet at home. Finishing in the top 20 out of 98 runners for the girls was Claire Durrell 20th, Marlie Eickhoff 17th, Ally Horn 16th, Mia Bammann 8th, and in 3rd place with a time of 13:02 was 6th grade Berkley Williams. Finishing in the top 20 out of 133 runners for the boys was Nolan Birke 15th, Alan Vargas 12th, Eli Jackson 10th, Landon Gilliatt 7th, Jacob Nehring 5th, and in 2nd place was 8th grader Addison Neuen with a time of 11:31. Plainfield girls took 2nd as a team and our boys were first. Great work team! Good luck on Thursday at Tri West!

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club (PYBC) will be having their annual tryouts tonight for their boy’s basketball team. Tryouts for 6th grade boys will be from 6:00-7:30 pm at Plainfield High School.

Clubs:

Jump Rope Club will meet on Thursday Sept. 12th after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

Book Club Members: Don’t forget that our first meeting is Tuesday, September 17th. We will see you in the library for discussion of the book and snacks! Try to finish reading the book over the weekend if you haven’t already. Please bring your book, The Iron Trial, with you to the meeting, and have a ride ready to pick you up at 3:30.

After School Weight Room Club will run from Sept. 16th-May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions.

General:

Staff and Students: Please remember that today is Patriot Day. If you brought in a donation, please give it to your 1st period teacher. All money raised provides Plainfield Police and Fire Departments with breakfast and lunch in honor of all the first responders that lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Staff and students, if anyone is interested in purchasing a JACK MOON STRONG T-shirt or bracelet, please come to the main office or guidance for a form to take home. The T-SHIRTS are $15 and the bracelets are $2. This sale will end this Friday, Sept. 13th.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Tuesday 9-10-2019

Athletics:

Your Lady Quakers soccer team takes on Paul Hadley at home tonight. Come out and cheer them on to victory!! Aslo at home tonight are your boy’s tennis against Perry Meridian and your boys and girls cross country.

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club (PYBC) will be having their annual tryouts tomorrow, Sept. 11th for their boy’s basketball team. Tryouts for 6th grade boys will be from 6:00-7:30 pm at Plainfield High School.

Come out and support your 8th grade football team by joining them in a fundraiser at Chipolte’s on TONIGHT, Sept. 10th from 5-9pm. A third of the proceeds will be donated back to the team. Flyers can be picked up at the main office if interested.

Clubs:

After School Weight Room Club will run from Sept. 16th-May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions.

General:

Staff and Students: Please remember that Wednesday, September 11th is Patriot Day at PCMS. Wear red, white and blue or anything with the stars and stripes, hats included. Please try to donate at least $1 to your 1st period teacher. All money raised provides Plainfield Police and Fire Departments with breakfast and lunch in honor of all the first responders that lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Staff and students, if anyone is interested in purchasing a JACK MOON STRONG T-shirt or bracelet, please come to the main office or guidance for a form to take home. The T-SHIRTS are $15 and the bracelets are $2.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Friday 9-6-2019

Athletics:

Volleyball took on John Wooden last night. 7th grade won in straight sets 25-14, 25-15. 8th grade also won decisively 25-7, 25-17 to improve their record to 8-0. Keep up the good work ladies.

In football last night, the 7th grade Quakers defeated the Mooresville pioneers 30-0. Carsen Melvin scored first for the Quakers with a 50 yard touchdown run. Maddox Ho returned a kickoff in the second half and Jacob Lackey delivered a jump pass to Jason Woodson for the two-point conversion. Melvin delivered a 42 yard pass to Lackey for a touchdown and Jacob also ran the two point conversion. Ho scored the last touchdown for the Quakers on a 70-yard run and Melvin delivered a two point conversion pass to Ho to finish the game. Unfortunately, due to low player numbers and game-one injuries, Mooresville had to forfeit their B game giving us the win in game two! Players are reminded to ride the bus to the high school for workouts and film.

Your PCMS Girls soccer team hit the scoreboard early yesterday Vs. Chapel Hill. with a goal in the first 26 seconds from Ellie Stewart and never looked back. With a final score of 9-0 the ladies have kept the scoring from opponents this year to Zero thru four games. Goal scorers included - Issy Pridemore. with 4 goals, Carmen Sedwick with 2, Baylee Smith 1, Camryn Leisher 1, and Caitlyn Kluszynski with 1. Assists went to - Baylee, Elli, Arie, Stelly, Issy, Olivia Champine, and Emma Conners. Great week of soccer girls. No practice today.

Your PCMS Quaker boys took a stomping last night from the Big Footed Chapel Hill Giants. The defensive strategies of the coaches and great execution of the players held Chapel Hill off for a time, but the speed and size of the Giants ended up being soon too much for the Quaker team. By the end of the game your Plainfield boys had taken an impressive 7 shots on goal, but just couldn't get one in. Final Score...0 to 4. Better luck next time gentleman!"

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Mooresville Pioneers yesterday by a 5-0 score. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Vinny Wittenbring, Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Luke Brewer, Carter Orner, Gabe Hansen, Colin Bell, Justin Laver, Brady Johnson, Nolan Vernengo, Landon Naaman, Aaron Troupe, Teddy Rissot, Carson Steinborn, and Cameron Zick.

The girls golf team rebounded nicely from their loss Tuesday to defeat the Spark Plugs of Speedway by a score of 146 to 191. Improving their season record to 4 wins and 2 losses. Payton Benge was the match medalist with a low score of 32. Congratulations ladies.

Plainfield High School will be having a Plainfield Girls Youth Skills Clinic on September 9, 16, 23, 30 and October 7 from 6:00pm -7:30pm. WHERE: Plainfield High School WHO: Girls in grades K-8th INFO: $30.00 total. Please make checks payable to: Red Pride Girls Basketball. Any questions please contact Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us or Coach Menser at mmenser@plainfield.k12.in.us. There are registration forms in the main office.

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club (PYBC) will be having their annual tryouts this September for their boy’s basketball team. Tryouts for 6th graders will be September 11th from 6:00-7:30 pm at Plainfield High School. The link to register is Plainfield Youth Basketball Club.

Come out and support your 8th grade football team by joining them in a fundraiser at Chipolte’s on Tuesday, Sept. 10th from 5-9pm. A third of the proceeds will be donated back to the team. Flyers can be picked up at the main office if interested.

Clubs:

The next photo club meeting is Monday, September 9 until 3:30. Please bring your camera phone or regular camera. Meet in room 227. See you there.

After School Weight Room Club will run from Sept. 16th-May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions.

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, September 9th in room 929 from 3-3:45

General:

Staff and Students: Please remember that Wednesday, September 11th is Patriot Day at PCMS. Wear red, white and blue or anything with the stars and stripes, hats included. Please try to donate at least $1 to your 1st period teacher. All money raised provides Plainfield Police and Fire Departments with breakfast and lunch in honor of all the first responders that lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

Congratulations to our Students of the Month for August! 6th Grade - Ella Miller and Caden Heltsley, 7th Grade - Sidney Parks and Samuel Duncan, and 8th Grade - Poet Kenworthy and Connor Burress.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Staff and students, if anyone is interested in purchasing a JACK MOON STRONG T-shirt or bracelet, please come to the main office or guidance for a form to take home. The T-SHIRTS are $15 and the bracelets are $2.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Thursday 9-5-2019

Athletics:

The PCMS men's tennis team was defeated by the Whiteland Warriors on Tuesday by a 4-1 score. Winners for the Quakers were Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Carter Orner, Gabe Hansen, Justin Laver, Brady Johnson, Aaron Troupe, Carson Steinborn, and Nolan Vernengo.

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Greenwood Woodmen yesterday by a 3-2 score. Winners for the Quakers were Colton East, Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Luke Brewer, Carter Orner, Colin Bell, Gabe Hansen, Justin Laver, Brady Johnson, Nolan Vernengo, Landon Naaman, Aaron Troupe, Teddy Rissot, Cameron Zick, Carson Steinborn, Warren Wittenbring, and Boone Allen.

Volleyball took on Chapel Hill last night. Both 7th and 8th grade won decisively in two sets. Volleyball will be traveling to John Wooden tonight to take on the Artesians.

PCMS Girls soccer came away with a convincing 8-0 victory verses Clark Pleasant yesterday. Team play was impressive with Stella Mitford leading the scoring with 3 goals. Kyaira Carter, Emma Conners, Ariyana Edwards, Carmen Sedwick, and Ellison Stewart each finishing with a goal a piece.  Assist's led by Stella Mitford with 2, Emma Conners, and Ariyana Edwards each with one. Your Lady Quakers travel to play Chapel Hill tonight at 5:15. Good luck ladies!

The Whiteland Warriors couldn’t put up much of a fight against your PCMS Quakers Soccer team last night. With a final score of 3 to 0, the team took their first win in the conference championship! After 60 minutes of play your Quaker boys had taken almost 40 shots on goal, while allowing only 2 of their own! Scoring for your Quakers were Anthony Blissmer, Matthew Haberkorn, and (for the first time in their middle school soccer career) Camden Grimes and Jared Beasley! Excellent job Gentleman

Plainfield High School will be having a Plainfield Girls Youth Skills Clinic on September 9, 16, 23, 30 and October 7 from 6:00pm -7:30pm. WHERE: Plainfield High School WHO: Girls in grades K-8th INFO: $30.00 total. Please make checks payable to: Red Pride Girls Basketball. Any questions please contact Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us or Coach Menser at mmenser@plainfield.k12.in.us. There are registration forms in the main office.

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club (PYBC) will be having their annual tryouts this September for their boy’s basketball team. Tryouts for 6th graders will be September 11th from 6:00-7:30 pm at Plainfield High School. The link to register is Plainfield Youth Basketball Club.

Come out and support your 8th grade football team by joining them in a fundraiser at Chipolte’s on Tuesday, Sept. 10th from 5-9pm. A third of the proceeds will be donated back to the team. Flyers can be picked up at the main office if interested.

Clubs:

After School Weight Room Club will run from Sept. 16th-May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions.

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, September 9th in room 929 from 3-3:45

NJHS please plan to meet today in the cafeteria from 3-3:30.

Jump Rope Club will hold our first meeting today after school in the Commons until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

General:

Congratulations to our Students of the Month for August! 6th Grade - Ella Miller and Caden Heltsley, 7th Grade - Sidney Parks and Samuel Duncan, and 8th Grade - Poet Kenworthy and Connor Burress.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Staff and students, if anyone is interested in purchasing a JACK MOON STRONG T-shirt or bracelet, please come to the main office or guidance for a form to take home. The T-SHIRTS are $15 and the bracelets are $2.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Wednesday 9-4-2019

Athletics:

The girls golf team lost a close match to conference rival Franklin 163 to 154. Contributing to Plainfield’s scoring were Demi Bolin with a 35, Harper Dorris with a 38, Payton Benge with a 43 and Eva Mennonno with a 47. This brings the Lady Quakers record to 3 wins and 2 losses. Great effort ladies!

Both 7th grade and 8th grade volleyball teams came away with victories last night. Great job ladies!!!

Plainfield High School will be having a Plainfield Girls Youth Skills Clinic on September 9, 16, 23, 30 and October 7 from 6:00pm -7:30pm. WHERE: Plainfield High School WHO: Girls in grades K-8th INFO: $30.00 total. Please make checks payable to: Red Pride Girls Basketball. Any questions please contact Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us or Coach Menser at mmenser@plainfield.k12.in.us. There are registration forms in the main office.

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club (PYBC) will be having their annual tryouts this September for their boy’s basketball team. Tryouts for 6th graders will be September 11th from 6:00-7:30 pm at Plainfield High School.  The link to register is Plainfield Youth Basketball Club

Come out and support your 8th grade football team by joining them in a fundraiser at Chipolte’s on Tuesday, Sept. 10th from 5-9pm. A third of the proceeds will be donated back to the team. Flyers can be picked up at the main office if interested.

Clubs:

After School Weight Room Club will run from Sept. 16th-May 8th this year 3:00 – 3:45 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. You must have your parents sign you up online: (See the announcements for the link) https://forms.gle/EtcBJthhoXEKjQBn9 Please see Mr. Craney with any questions.

Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, September 9th in room 929 from 3-3:45

Art Club is canceled today, Sept 4th. We will meet again on Sept 11th

NJHS please plan to meet Thurs., Sept. 5th in the cafeteria from 3-3:30.

Do you like to jump rope and want to learn new tricks? Jump Rope Club is starting up again this year and wants YOU to be a part of it! Come to our first meeting Thursday, September 5th. We will meet in the Commons after school until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

The PCMS Book Club is starting up again! Join us in the library for snacks and discussion of Holly Black’s book Iron Trial on Tuesday, September 17th after school until 3:30. Pick up a permission slip and a copy of the book to read before the meeting from Mrs. Mansfield North in the media center

General:

Congratulations to our Students of the Month for August! 6th Grade - Ella Miller and Caden Heltsley, 7th Grade - Sidney Parks and Samuel Duncan, and 8th Grade - Poet Kenworthy and Connor Burress.

Anyone interested in attending a 4-H open house on October 1st, from 4-7, please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for more information.

Staff and students, if anyone is interested in purchasing a JACK MOON STRONG T-shirt or bracelet, please come to the main office or guidance for a form to take home. The T-SHIRTS are $15 and the bracelets are $2.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Tuesday 9-3-2019

Athletics:

Your 7th and 8th grade girls volleyball teams are home tonight against Brownsburg West. Game starts at 5:00. Come out and show them your support. Boys tennis is also home tonight against Clark Pleasant.

Plainfield High School will be having a Plainfield Girls Youth Skills Clinic on September 9, 16, 23, 30 and October 7 from 6:00pm -7:30pm. WHERE: Plainfield High School WHO: Girls in grades K-8th INFO: $30.00 total. Please make checks payable to: Red Pride Girls Basketball. Any questions please contact Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us or Coach Menser at mmenser@plainfield.k12.in.us. There are registration forms in the main office.

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club (PYBC) will be having their annual tryouts this September for their boy’s basketball team. Tryouts for 6th graders will be September 11th from 6:00-7:30 pm at Plainfield High School. Final Evaluations will be September 15th from 1:30-2:45pm.  The link to register is Plainfield Youth Basketball Club  

Come out and support your 8th grade football team by joining them in a fundraiser at Chipolte’s on Tuesday, Sept. 10th from 5-9pm. A third of the proceeds will be donated back to the team. Flyers can be picked up at the main office if interested.

Clubs:

Art Club is canceled Wednesday, Sept 4th. We will meet again on Sept 11th

NJHS please plan to meet Thurs., Sept. 5th in the cafeteria from 3-3:30.

Reptile Club will be today from 3-4 in room 726. Join us for reptile fun

Do you like to jump rope and want to learn new tricks? Jump Rope Club is starting up again this year and wants YOU to be a part of it! Come to our first meeting next Thursday, September 5th. We will meet in the Commons after school until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

The PCMS Book Club is starting up again! Join us in the library for snacks and discussion of Holly Black’s book Iron Trial on Tuesday, September 17th after school until 3:30. Pick up a permission slip and a copy of the book to read before the meeting from Mrs. Mansfield North in the media center.

General:

Congratulations to our Students of the Month for August! 6th Grade - Ella Miller and Caden Heltsley, 7th Grade - Sidney Parks and Samuel Duncan, and 8th Grade - Poet Kenworthy and Connor Burress.

Fall is just around the corner and while that typically means apples, bonfires, and colorful leaves, it also means it’s time to start thinking about 4-H!  Hendricks County will be hosting a 4-H Open House on Tuesday, October 1st from 4-7 p.m. at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds. The Open House is open to anyone interested in the 4-H Program. Anyone interested please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office.

Staff and students, if anyone is interested in purchasing a JACK MOON STRONG T-shirt or bracelet, please come to the main office or guidance for a form to take home. The T-SHIRTS are $15 and the bracelets are $2.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Friday 8-30-2019

Athletics:

PCMS Girls soccer came away from last night’s first conference game with a 7-0 win! Those in attendance were treated to a fast paced team effort vs. the Lynhurst giants.

Goals and assists by

Ella Litzelman with 2 Assisted by Ari Edwards and Caitlyn Kluzinski

Baylee Smith with 1 Unassisted

Anissa Short with 1 Assisted by Stella Mitford

Ari Edwards with 2 Assisted by Stella Mitford and Kyaira Carter

Olivia Champine with 1 Assisted by Emma Conners

The ladies now move to 2-0 on the season and look forward to Clark Pleasant next Wednesday @ home. NO PRACTICE today ladies.

The PCMS men’s tennis team defeated the Avon North Orioles yesterday by a 5-0 score. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Colin Bell, Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Luke Brewer, Vinny Wittenbring, Carter Orner, Gabe Hansen, Nolan Vernengo, Landon Naaman, Carson Steinborn, Aaron Troupe, and Quinton Seaver.

Last night the 8th grade football team defeated the Artesians of Martinsville 12-6 in OT. Both touchdowns were scored by Caden Vanderbush. The defense was fantastic on all levels. The Quakers are now 2-0 in the Mid-State Conference. The Quakers next game is next Thursday at Mooresville.

Last night your 7th grade Quakers defeated the Martinsville Artesians 24-6. Scoring first for the Quakers was Melvin on a 5 yard TD run and Lackey converted the two point conversion. Melvin scored for the Quakers again on a 42 yard pick-six. Lackey again finished off the score with a two point conversion. On a short 2 yard TD run, Maddox Ho scored a touchdown for the Quakers and Lackey through a jump-pass to Woodson for the two point conversion. In the second game, Plainfield and Martinsville tied 0-0. The Quakers had a tough time getting the ball moving and the Quaker defense was too much and smothered the Artesians to negative net yardage. Players are reminded to ride the bus to the high school for film and workout with Coach Vanderbush.

In boys soccer, The Giants stepped on the field hard last night and stomped on your PCMS Quakers. Taking their first loss of the season, the Quakers suffered a crushing 3 to 6 defeat against the boys from Lyndhurst. Scoring for the Quakers were Anthony Blissmer (with 2) and Matthew Haberkorn (with 1). Better luck next time gentlemen.

Last night, volleyball went up against Tri-West. Both 7th and 8th grade won. Come out to support your lady Quakers on Tuesday!

Plainfield High School will be having a Plainfield Girls Youth Skills Clinic in September and October at the High School. This is for girls in grades K thru 8th. Please see the front office for information.

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club (PYBC) will be having their annual tryouts this September for their boy’s basketball team. Tryouts for 6th graders will be September 11th from 6:00-7:30 pm at Plainfield High School. Final Evaluations will be September 15th from 1:30-2:45pm. A registration link can be found in our announcements posted on our school website.

Come out and support your 8th Grade Football team by joining them in a Fundraiser at Chipotle's on Tuesday, September 10th from 5-9. A third of the proceeds will be donated back to the team. Flyers can be picked up in main office if interested.

Clubs:

Art Club is canceled Wednesday, Sept 4th. We will meet again on Sept 11th

NJHS please plan to meet Thurs., Sept. 5th in the cafeteria from 3-3:30.

Reptile Club will be next week Tuesday, September 3rd from 3-4 in room 726. Join us for reptile fun

Do you like to jump rope and want to learn new tricks? Jump Rope Club is starting up again this year and wants YOU to be a part of it! Come to our first meeting next Thursday, September 5th. We will meet in the Commons after school until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

The PCMS Book Club is starting up again! Join us in the library for snacks and discussion of Holly Black’s book Iron Trial on Tuesday, September 17th after school until 3:30. Pick up a permission slip and a copy of the book to read before the meeting from Mrs. Mansfield North in the media center

General:

Staff and students, if anyone is interested in purchasing a JACK MOON STRONG

T-shirt or bracelet, please come to the main office or guidance for a form to take home. The T-SHIRTS are $15 and the bracelets are $2.

Students, if you are missing any items, please check the lost and found in the Guidance Office. Lost items will be disposed of after school today.

AND…Great show of school spirit yesterday! The winners of the PTO Spirit Day drawings are:

6th grade: Cooper Weaver

7th grade: Jack Barker

8th grade: Nina Wolfe

Staff: Mrs. Homan

Please come to the office sometime today to pick up your gift card!


Thursday 8-29-2019

Athletics:

Congrats to our Cross Country Hokum Karem racers. These athletes earned their racing spot by being the top 6 boy and top 6 girl runners out of over 90 competitors. The team of Eli Jackson and Nolan Birke fought hard for 14th, the team of Jacob Nehring and Drew Guthrie raced strong for 11th place, and the team of Addison Neuen and Landon Gilliatt kicked it in to high gear for an 8th place performance! On the girl’s side, Claire Durell and Claudia Vanbibber held their pace for 19th, the team of Ainsley Brown and Jessica Price outkicked their competitors for 13th place, and the team of Berkley Williams and Mia Bammann wowed the crowd with a strong 4th place finish. Also of special note, Alan Vargas, Lucas Anderson, Malory Grass and Marlie Eickhoff all had strong races and finishes during the open race. Please make sure and congratulate these runners in the hall! They have been working hard!

The PCMS boys tennis team began their season with a 4-1 victory over Brownsburg East yesterday. Winners for the Quakers were Jaxcen Hummel, Colton East, Lance White, Zach Bigelow, Luke Brewer, Vinny Wittenbring, Carter Orner, Gabe Hansen, Justin Laver, Brady Johnson, Nolan Vernengo, and Landon Naaman.

The girl's golf team competed in a four-way match last night with Zionsville MS, Zionsville West, and Avon North. The team finished 2 with a combined score of 199. Contributing to the final score were Payton Benge with a 44, Demi Bolin with a 46, Harper Doris with a 52 and Eva Mennonno with 57. The team improves its record to 3 wins and 1 loss. Congrats ladies on a great night of golf!

Plainfield High School will be having a Plainfield Girls Youth Skills Clinic on September 9, 16, 23, 30 and October 7 from 6:00pm -7:30pm.  WHERE:  Plainfield High School  WHO:  Girls in grades K-8th  INFO:  $30.00 total.  Please make checks payable to:  Red Pride Girls Basketball.  Any questions please contact Coach Benge at cbenge@plainfield.k12.in.us or Coach Menser at mmenser@plainfield.k12.in.us.  There are registration forms in the main office.

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club (PYBC) will be having their annual tryouts this September for their boys basketball team. Tryouts for 6th graders will be September 11th from 6:00-7:30 pm at Plainfield High School. Final Evaluations will be September 15th from 1:30-2:45pm. A registration link can be found in our announcements posted on our school website.

Clubs:

Do you like to jump rope and want to learn new tricks? Jump Rope Club is starting up again this year and wants YOU to be a part of it! Come to our first meeting next Thursday, September 5th. We will meet in the Commons after school until 3:45. All interested jumpers are welcome! See Mrs. Meyers in Room 718 if you have any questions.

The PCMS Book Club is starting up again! Join us in the library for snacks and discussion of Holly Black’s book Iron Trial on Tuesday, September 17th after school until 3:30. Pick up a permission slip and a copy of the book to read before the meeting from Mrs. Mansfield North in the media center

Do you like to race RC cars? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to race your car down the hallways at school? If so, join the RC Club. Our first meeting will be today after school until 3:40. Everyone is welcome to join! Have your ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

General:

Fall is just around the corner and while that typically means apples, bonfires, and colorful leaves, it also means it’s time to start thinking about 4-H!

Hendricks County will be hosting a 4-H Open House on Tuesday, October 1st from 4-7 p.m. at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds. The Open House is open to anyone interested in the 4-H Program. Anyone interested please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office.

Today is our first PTO SPIRIT DAY! Wear Red Pride gear and visit the PTO table at lunch for a treat. Let's show our Plainfield spirit !!

Staff and students, if anyone is interested in purchasing a JACK MOON STRONG

T-shirt or bracelet, please come to the main office or guidance for a form to take home. The T-SHIRTS are $15 and the bracelets are $2.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Students, if you are missing any items, please check the lost and found in the Guidance Office. Lost items will be disposed of on Friday, August 30th.

Students, please remember to check the Guidance Office for any lost items. Tomorrow all unclaimed items will be disposed of.

Wednesday 8-28-2019

Athletics:

The Lady Quaker Golf team was in action last night against Greenwood Middle School. The girls put in a great effort and secured their first victory of the 2019 campaign by the score 161 to 205 (lowest score wins). Contributing to the win were Demi Bolin with a 38, Harper Doris with a 42, Eva Mennonno with a 42, Loghan Noggle with a 39 and Payton Benge with a 37. Nice job ladies. Good luck tonight against Zionsville.

Your PCMS Girls soccer team came out with a Win yesterday against Mt. Vernon 1-0. With a Goal scored by yours truly, Issy Pridemore with an assist from Ellie Stewart. The ladies of Mt. Vernon provided a great opening game for this year’s team. Come out this Thursday @ 5:15 as we take on Lynhurst at home.

Your PCMS Boys soccer team stepped out to show their skill last night in a 3 to 2 victory over the Mt. Vernon Marauders! Scoring for your Quakers were Gavin Fish, with 2, and Matthew Haberkorn with 1. Congratulations to our two new Keepers, Steven Neese & Eli Sloan, who stopped an impressive 10 shots on goal combined. Keep the momentum going as you prepare to face the Giants from Lyndhurst in your first HOME GAME this Thursday at 6:30!

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club (PYBC) will be having their annual tryouts this September for their boys basketball team. Tryouts for 6th graders will be September 11th from 6:00-7:30 pm at Plainfield High School. Final Evaluations will be September 15th from 1:30-2:45pm. A registration link is below:

Registration Link

Clubs:

The PCMS Book Club is starting up again! Join us in the library for snacks and discussion of Holly Black’s book Iron Trial on Tuesday, September 17th after school until 3:30. Pick up a permission slip and a copy of the book to read before the meeting from Mrs. Mansfield North in the media center

Do you like to race RC cars? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to race your car down the hallways at school? If so, join the RC Club. Our first meeting will be tomorrow, August 29th after school until 3:40. Everyone is welcome to join! Have your ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Art Club will be every Wednesday after school until 3:45 in Mrs. Honegger's room (823). Our first meeting will be today after school. Please make sure to have your rides ready at that time.

General:

Fall is just around the corner and while that typically means apples, bonfires, and colorful leaves, it also means it’s time to start thinking about 4-H!  Hendricks County will be hosting a 4-H Open House on Tuesday, October 1st from 4-7 p.m. at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds. The Open House is open to anyone interested in the 4-H Program. Anyone interested please see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office.

Tomorrow, August 29 is our first PTO SPIRIT DAY! Wear Red Pride gear and visit the PTO table at lunch for a treat. Let's show our Plainfield spirit tomorrow!

Staff and students, if anyone is interested in purchasing a JACK MOON STRONG T-shirt or bracelet, please come to the main office or guidance for a form to take home. The T-SHIRTS are $15 and the bracelets are $2.

Attention 6th Grade Students: If you are interested in representing your school in student government please pick up and return your application to the Guidance Office by the end of today. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone or Mrs. Butler know.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Need some additional help with homework? The National Honor Society students at Plainfield High School offer free tutoring every Monday through Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm. PCMS students can ride the bus to the high school by obtaining a bus pass from the main office. Tutoring will take place in the office of PHS. Please note that this opportunity replaces the Homework Help at the middle school.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Students, if you are missing any items, please check the lost and found in the Guidance Office. Lost items will be disposed of on Friday, August 30th.


Tuesday 8-27-2019

Athletics:

Volleyball played last night against Brownsburg East. 7th grade lost in 2 sets. The 8th grade had a tough battle but was able to get the win in 3 sets to increase their record to 4-0.

Last night your 7th grade Quakers defeated the Whiteland Warriors 36-14. Scoring for the Quakers first was Bruhn on a 48-yard TD run. Bruhn followed this up with a 35-yard run with a lateral to Woodson who scrambled 20 yards for a touchdown. Maddox Ho returned a kickoff of 70 yards for a touchdown and Bruhn followed it up with a two-point conversion. Sebanc had a 60-yd scoop and score and Ho added the 2-point conversion. Ho ended the game with another TD run of 43 yards.

In B-game action, the Quakers struck first with a 7-yard TD run by Sebanc. But the Warriors tied it up and the teams ended regulation in a 6-6 tie.  The two teams are back in action at Martinsville on Thursday. Players are reminded to be in full pads on the football field for practice.

Last night the 8th grade football team went on the road and defeated conference rival Whiteland 14-0. Caden Vanderbush scored two touchdowns for the Quakers. Key plays in the win were the defense stopping the warriors on 4 straight plays inside the 10 yard line. After that, the Quakers went for it on 4th and 4 from their own 20 and Hunter Newell connected with Marcos Rivera on a 40 yard bubble pass. It was a complete team effort in the win for the Quakers. Next game is this Thursday at home versus Martinsville.

Clubs:

The PCMS Book Club is starting up again! Join us in the library for snacks and discussion of Holly Black’s book Iron Trial on Tuesday, September 17th after school until 3:30. Pick up a permission slip and a copy of the book to read before the meeting from Mrs. Mansfield North in the media center

Do you like to race RC cars? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to race your car down the hallways at school? If so, join the RC Club. Our first meeting will be Thursday, August 29th after school until 3:40. Everyone is welcome to join! Have your ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Art Club will be every Wednesday after school until 3:45 in Mrs. Honegger's room (823). Our first meeting will be Wednesday August 28th Please make sure to have your rides ready at that time.

General:

Thursday, August 29 is our first PTO SPIRIT DAY! Wear Red Pride gear and visit the PTO table at lunch for a treat. Let's show our Plainfield spirit on Thursday!

Attention 6th Grade Students: If you are interested in representing your school in student government please pick up and return your application to the Guidance Office by Aug. 28. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone or Mrs. Butler know.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Students, if you are missing any items, please check the lost and found in the Guidance Office. Lost items will be disposed of on Friday, August 30th.

Staff and students, if anyone is interested in purchasing a JACK MOON STRONG T-shirt or bracelet, please come to the main office or guidance for a form to take home. The T-SHIRTS are $15 and the bracelets are $2.

Fall is just around the corner and while that typically means apples, bonfires, and colorful leaves, it also means it’s time to start thinking about 4-H!  In 4-H, we believe in the power of young people. We see that every child has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us. We are America’s largest youth development organization – empowering nearly six million young people across the U.S. with the skills to lead for a lifetime.  4-H is delivered by Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service and provides experiences where young people learn by doing. Kids complete hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture and citizenship, in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. Kids experience 4-H in every county in Indiana through in-school and after school programs, school and community clubs, and 4-H camps. The program is designed for youth in 3rd-12th grade with Mini 4-H for 1st and 2nd grade students.  October 1st kicks off our new 4-H year where youth may start to enroll in the 4-H Program. With numerous projects, trips, scholarships, and more available to youth, Hendricks County will be hosting a 4-H Open House on Tuesday, October 1st from 4-7 p.m. at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds. The Open House is open to anyone interested in the 4-H Program.  Students can see Mrs. Sparks in the Guidance Office for information


Monday 8-26-2019

Athletics:

Students, be sure to come out tonight to cheer on your Lady Quaker volleyball teams. Game time is 5:00 against Brownsburg East. 8th grade will follow.

Also, be sure to come out and support your 7th grade Football team as they take on Clark Pleasant. Kick off is at 5:30.

Clubs:

The PCMS Book Club is starting up again! Join us in the library for snacks and discussion of Holly Black’s book Iron Trial on Tuesday, September 17th after school until 3:30. Pick up a permission slip and a copy of the book to read before the meeting from Mrs. Mansfield North in the media center

Do you like to race RC cars? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to race your car down the hallways at school? If so, join the RC Club. Our first meeting will be Thursday, August 29th after school until 3:40. Everyone is welcome to join! Have your ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Please join Mrs. Van Leer for our first Photography club meeting today, August 26th until 3:30. Meeting held in room 227. Students need to be picked up by 3:30 at door 1. Don’t forget to bring your phone or camera/

Art Club will be every Wednesday after school until 3:45 in Mrs. Honegger's room (823). Our first meeting will be Wednesday August 28th Please make sure to have your rides ready at that time.

PCMS Creative Writing Club will meet today, Aug.26th from 3-3:30 in room 929. Have your ride pick you up at door 17

General:

Thursday, August 29 is our first PTO SPIRIT DAY! Wear Red Pride gear and visit the PTO table at lunch for a treat. Let's show our Plainfield spirit on Thursday!

Attention 6th Grade Students: If you are interested in representing your school in student government please pick up and return your application to the Guidance Office by Aug. 28. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone or Mrs. Butler know.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!! Come join us in the cafeteria or in the commons area from 7:30 to 7:45 every morning for breakfast. You have 6 meal options available. A meal consists of a main entree, 2 fruits, and a milk. The price is $1.50 or $0.30 or free to all eligible students. We hope to see you there!!

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Students, if you are missing any items, please check the lost and found in the Guidance Office. Lost items will be disposed of on Friday, August 30th.

Teachers, please remember to set out your recycling every Wednesday and Friday.


Friday 8-23-2019

Athletics:

Both the 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams came away with impressive wins over Avon North last night. Both teams won in two games to dominate the evening. Come out Monday night at 5:00 to watch the Lady Quakers take on Brownsburg East.

Last night the 7th grade Plainfield Quakers football shutdown the Avon South Orioles 38 to 0. Scoring for the Quakers were Bruhn with 113 total yards and 2 touchdowns. Garrett Ho had 63 yards and 2 touchdowns and also a kick off return for a touchdown. Carsen Melvin threw four two-point conversions to Bruhn, Holsclaw, Weyrich, and Andre Murphy.  Your Quakers will be back in action at home Monday against Whiteland. Come out and support this great team.  Players are reminded to report directly to the locker room for full pads practice.

Last night the 8th grade football team lost a tough one to Avon South 7-6. The team played their hearts out, but fell a little short in the end. Next home game is next Thursday versus Martinsville.

Clubs:

Do you like to race RC cars? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to race your car down the hallways at school? If so, join the RC Club. Our first meeting will be Thursday, August 29th after school until 3:40. Everyone is welcome to join! Have your ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Please join Mrs. Van Leer for our first Photography club meeting Monday, August 26th until 3:30. Meeting held in room 227. Students need to be picked up by 3:30 at door 1. Don’t forget to bring your phone or camera/

Art Club will be every Wednesday after school until 3:45 in Mrs. Honegger's room (823). Our first meeting will be Wednesday August 28th Please make sure to have your rides ready at that time.

PCMS Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Aug.26th from 3-3:30 in room 929. Have your ride pick you up at door 17

General:

Attention 6th Grade Students: If you are interested in representing your school in student government please pick up and return your application to the Guidance Office by Aug. 28. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone or Mrs. Butler know.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!! Come join us in the cafeteria or in the commons area from 7:30 to 7:45 every morning for breakfast. You have 6 meal options available. A meal consists of a main entree, 2 fruits, and a milk. The price is $1.50 or $0.30 or free to all eligible students. We hope to see you there!!

Students, please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.

Students, if you are missing any items, please check the lost and found in the Guidance Office. Lost items will be disposed of on Friday, August 30th.

Thursday 8-22-2019

Athletics:

Volleyball played speedway last night for their second match of the season. The 7th grade lost in two sets. The 8th girls won decisively in two sets. Come out tonight to support your lady Quakers at home against Avon North at 5:15.

Clubs:

Do you like to race RC cars? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to race your car down the hallways at school? If so, join the RC Club. Our first meeting will be Thursday, August 29th after school until 3:40. Everyone is welcome to join! Have your ride pick you up at Door 1 at 3:40. See Mrs. Flynn if you have any questions.

Please join Mrs. Van Leer for our first Photography club meeting Monday, August 26th until 3:30. Meeting held in room 227. Students need to be picked up by 3:30 at door 1. Don’t forget to bring your phone or camera/

Art Club will be every Wednesday after school until 3:45 in Mrs. Honegger's room (823). Our first meeting will be Wednesday August 28th Please make sure to have your rides ready at that time.

Hey, 7th and 8th-grade girls! Our first Crafts and Chats meeting is Thursday right after school until 4:30 in Mrs. Crone's room. Feel free to come and bring a friend! See Miss Tucker or Mrs. Crone with any questions

PCMS Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Aug.26th from 3-3:30 in room 929. Have your ride pick you up at door 17

Please join NJHS Thursday at the home football game. Help us cheer on our Quakers in the first student section of PCMS. Wear Spirit wear and come ready to cheer our team to victory. Bring your pom poms and your megaphones.

General:

Attention Quaker Makers: if you attended the STEM in the Middle summer camp this past June with Mr. Apollos you may have spent the past few months attempting to keep a plant alive. Now is the time to show it off! Bring your plant to the IDEALab by this Friday August 23rd for a chance to be entered in to a grand prize drawing! Your plant must be ALIVE in order to be entered. Bonus entries will be given if it has produced a crop, has grown the largest, or is the most "vibrant". Winners of the drawing will receive a free Chic-fil-a lunch of their choice courtesy of Mr. Apollos! Note: if your plant is too big to be transported, please take AT LEAST 5 or more pictures of it (from different angles) to show to Mr. Apollos. Good luck and may the best plant win!

Spirit Wear Tees...Sale ends Friday 8/23. Purchase in Commons from 7:30-7:45 daily. The cost is $20 and includes free admission to all PCMS regular season athletic events. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Homework help will start Monday Aug. 19 and run every Monday and Wednesday only in Room 826. Remember you need to sign up in guidance 24 hours in advance, bring any homework you need help with and $10. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone know.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!! Come join us in the cafeteria or in the commons area from 7:30 to 7:45 every morning for breakfast. You have 6 meal options available. A meal consists of a main entree, 2 fruits, and a milk. The price is $1.50 or $0.30 or free to all eligible students. We hope to see you there!!

Please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian.


Wednesday 8-21-2019

Athletics:

Volleyball was in action last night against Perry Meridian. The 7th grade lost a close match in 3 sets. The 8th grade volleyball team got their first win in 2 sets. Come out Thursday night for our next home match against Avon North at 5:15 pm.

Clubs:

Hey, 7th and 8th-grade girls! Our first Crafts and Chats meeting is Thursday right after school until 4:30 in Mrs. Crone's room. Feel free to come and bring a friend! See Miss Tucker or Mrs. Crone with any questions

PCMS Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Aug.26th from 3-3:30 in room 929. Have your ride pick you up at door 17

Please join NJHS Thursday at the home football game. Help us cheer on our Quakers in the first student section of PCMS. Wear Spirit wear and come ready to cheer our team to victory. Bring your pom poms and your megaphones.

General:

Attention Quaker Makers: if you attended the STEM in the Middle summer camp this past June with Mr. Apollos you may have spent the past few months attempting to keep a plant alive. Now is the time to show it off! Bring your plant to the IDEALab by this Friday August 23rd for a chance to be entered in to a grand prize drawing! Your plant must be ALIVE in order to be entered. Bonus entries will be given if it has produced a crop, has grown the largest, or is the most "vibrant". Winners of the drawing will receive a free Chic-fil-a lunch of their choice courtesy of Mr. Apollos! Note: if your plant is too big to be transported, please take AT LEAST 5 or more pictures of it (from different angles) to show to Mr. Apollos. Good luck and may the best plant win!

Spirit Wear Tees...Sale ends Friday 8/23. Purchase in Commons from 7:30-7:45 daily. The cost is $20 and includes free admission to all PCMS regular season athletic events. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Homework help will start Monday Aug. 19 and run every Monday and Wednesday only in Room 826. Remember you need to sign up in guidance 24 hours in advance, bring any homework you need help with and $10. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone know.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!! Come join us in the cafeteria or in the commons area from 7:30 to 7:45 every morning for breakfast. You have 6 meal options available. A meal consists of a main entree, 2 fruits, and a milk. The price is $1.50 or $0.30 or free to all eligible students. We hope to see you there!!

Please remember that if you are planning on riding bus #1 to the library after school, you will need a permission note from your guardian. 


Tuesday 8-20-2019

Athletics:

Attention Sports Fans: HOME volleyball game tonight starting at 5:45. Support your Volley Quakers as they face Perry Meridian in our season opener.

Clubs:

The first meeting of the video/game club will be held TODAY after school until 3:45. Anyone interested in video/gaming come to Mrs. Morken's classroom S31 after school TODAY. Please make arrangements with parents to be picked up at door 1.

Snakes, iguanas, and chameleons, oh my! It's time for the first meeting of Reptile Club. Reptile Club will meet on TODAY, after school from 3:00-4:00 in Room 726. Join us for some reptile fun.

The first Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting of the year will happen Wednesday, August 21, at 7:15 in the big gym. All students are welcome! Come find out what the great club is all about and get some doughnuts and milk too!

PCMS Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Aug.26th from 3-3:30 in room 929. Have your ride pick you up at door 17

Please join NJHS Thursday at the home football game. Help us cheer on our Quakers in the first student section of PCMS. Wear Spirit wear and come ready to cheer our team to victory. Bring your pom poms and your megaphones.

General:

Attention Quaker Makers: if you attended the STEM in the Middle summer camp this past June with Mr. Apollos you may have spent the past few months attempting to keep a plant alive. Now is the time to show it off! Bring your plant to the IDEALab by this Friday August 23rd for a chance to be entered in to a grand prize drawing! Your plant must be ALIVE in order to be entered. Bonus entries will be given if it has produced a crop, has grown the largest, or is the most "vibrant". Winners of the drawing will receive a free Chic-fil-a lunch of their choice courtesy of Mr. Apollos! Note: if your plant is too big to be transported, please take AT LEAST 5 or more pictures of it (from different angles) to show to Mr. Apollos. Good luck and may the best plant win!

Spirit Wear Tees...Sale ends Friday 8/23. Purchase in Commons from 7:30-7:45 daily. The cost is $20 and includes free admission to all PCMS regular season athletic events. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Homework help will start Monday Aug. 19 and run every Monday and Wednesday only in Room 826. Remember you need to sign up in guidance 24 hours in advance, bring any homework you need help with and $10. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone know. 


Monday 8-19-2019

Clubs:

The first meeting of the video/game club will be held Tuesday, Aug. 20th after school until 3:45. Anyone interested in video/gaming come to Mrs. Morken's classroom S31 after school on Tuesday. Please make arrangements with parents to be picked up at door 1.

Snakes, iguanas, and chameleons, oh my! It's time for the first meeting of Reptile Club. Reptile Club will meet on Tuesday August 20th, after school from 3:00-4:00 in Room 726. Join us for some reptile fun.

The first Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting of the year will happen Wednesday, August 21, at 7:15 in the big gym. All students are welcome! Come find out what the great club is all about and get some doughnuts and milk too!

PCMS Creative Writing Club will meet Monday, Aug.26th from 3-3:30 in room 929. Have your ride pick you up at door 17

General:

Spirit Wear Tees...Sale ends Friday 8/23. Purchase in Commons from 7:30-7:45 daily. The cost is $20 and includes free admission to all PCMS regular season athletic events. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Homework help will start Monday Aug. 19 and run every Monday and Wednesday only in Room 826. Remember you need to sign up in guidance 24 hours in advance, bring any homework you need help with and $10. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone know. 


Friday 8-16-2019

Athletics:

Attention Sport Fans: PCMS Football kicks off season tomorrow morning with a scrimmage versus Danville. 8th Grade match-up begins at 9:00 A.M. followed by 7th Grade at 10:15. Cost is $2.00 for everyone unless you purchased a Spirit Wear T-Shirt.

Clubs:

The first meeting of the video/game club will be held Tuesday, Aug. 20th after school until 3:45. Anyone interested in video/gaming come to Mrs. Morken's classroom S31 after school on Tuesday. Please make arrangements with parents to be picked up at door 1.

Snakes, iguanas, and chameleons, oh my! It's time for the first meeting of Reptile Club. Reptile Club will meet on Tuesday August 20th, after school from 3:00-4:00 in Room 726. Join us for some reptile fun.

The first Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting of the year will happen Wednesday, August 21, at 7:15 in the big gym. All students are welcome! Come find out what the great club is all about and get some doughnuts and milk too!

PCMS Robotics teams: Please remember that practices this week will be on Monday & Wednesday from 3 to 4:30 p.m. There will NOT be practice today. See Mr. Apollos, Mrs. Zaidi, Mrs. Bellamy, or Mr. Duggins if you have any questions or cannot attend!

General:

Spirit Wear Tees...Sale ends Friday 8/23. Purchase in Commons from 7:30-7:45 daily. The cost is $20 and includes free admission to all PCMS regular season athletic events. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Homework help will start Monday Aug. 19 and run every Monday and Wednesday only in Room 826. Remember you need to sign up in guidance 24 hours in advance, bring any homework you need help with and $10. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone know. 


Thursday 8-15-2019

Athletics:

Clubs:

The first meeting of the video/game club will be held Tuesday, Aug. 20th after school until 3:45. Anyone interested in video/gaming come to Mrs. Morken's classroom S31 after school on Tuesday. Please make arrangements with parents to be picked up at door 1.

Snakes, iguanas, and chameleons, oh my! It's time for the first meeting of Reptile Club. Reptile Club will meet on Tuesday August 20th, after school from 3:00-4:00 in Room 726. Join us for some reptile fun.

The first Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting of the year will happen Wednesday, August 21, at 7:15 in the big gym. All students are welcome! Come find out what the great club is all about and get some doughnuts and milk too!

PCMS Robotics teams: Please remember that practices this week will be on Monday & Wednesday from 3 to 4:30 p.m. There will NOT be practice Friday of this week. See Mr. Apollos, Mrs. Zaidi, Mrs. Bellamy, or Mr. Duggins if you have any questions or cannot attend!

Dance Club! First practice is today from 3:00-3:55pm. Meet by the East Gym. Have your ride pick you up at Door 14. You must have your permission slip signed in order to participate. Don't forget to wear comfortable clothes!

General:

Spirit Wear Tees...Sale ends Friday 8/23. Purchase in Commons from 7:30-7:45 daily. The cost is $20 and includes free admission to all PCMS regular season athletic events. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Homework help will start Monday Aug. 19 and run every Monday and Wednesday only in Room 826. Remember you need to sign up in guidance 24 hours in advance, bring any homework you need help with and $10. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone know. 


Wednesday 8-14-2019

Athletics:

Cheerleaders: Practice today will be in the small gym. Please change and be ready to go at 3:00 pm

Clubs:

PCMS Robotics teams: Please remember that practices this week will be on Monday & Wednesday from 3 to 4:30 p.m.   There will NOT be practice Friday of this week.  See Mr. Apollos, Mrs. Zaidi, Mrs. Bellamy, or Mr. Duggins if you have any questions or cannot attend!

Dance Club! Please make sure you have your permission slip signed and returned to Ms. Amos before the first practice on 8/15 after school. If you still need a packet, see Ms. Amos in Room 306. You must have a signed permission slip in order to participate in practice."

Attention any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student: Do you love words? spelling? Today, August 14 we will have our first spellbowl meeting. Meet Mrs. Butler in the commons area outside of Guidance. Have your ride pick you up at 3:30. If you have any questions see Mrs. Butler in room 717.

Hey 7th and 8th grade girls! Join us for a short call-out meeting for Crafts and Chats club to learn more about what we will be up to this school year. If you're interested, Miss Tucker and Mrs. Crone will see you this Thursday at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Crone's room. Bring a friend!"

General:

PCMS Spirit Wear T-Shirts are still on sale starting in the Commons from 7:30-7:45. The cost is $20. Cash or checks made payable to PCMS. Only adult sizes are left. Remember, these become a season pass for PCMS students only to all PCMS athletic events, excluding tournaments. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.

Homework help will start Monday Aug. 19 and run every Monday and Wednesday only in Room 826. Remember you need to sign up in guidance 24 hours in advance, bring any homework you need help with and $10. If you have any questions please let Mrs. Slone know. 


Tuesday 8-13-2019

School Picture Day is today, August 13th. Pictures will be taken during your student's Social Studies class. If your family wishes to purchase pictures, please bring your completed order form with you tomorrow. Link for ordering is: http://order.cripephoto.com/plainfield

Please join us to Back to School Night on TONIGHT, August 13th from 6:00-7:30! This is an opportunity for you to meet your child's teachers and walk their schedule. Students will fill out their schedule and bring information home in the next few days.

Athletics:

Anyone who is still interested in cross-country, you may still come out for the team until TODAY! Practices are after school until 4:15. You will change in the locker rooms and then head out through the gym doors to Swinford Park. Please see Mrs. Crone with any questions!

Cheerleaders:  Practice Wednesday will be in the small gym.  Please change and be ready to go at 3:00pm.

Clubs:

PCMS Robotics teams: Please remember that practices this week will be on Monday & Wednesday from 3 to 4:30 p.m. and Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. See Mr. Apollos, Mrs. Zaidi, Mrs. Bellamy, or Mr. Duggins if you have any questions or cannot attend!

Dance Club! Please make sure you have your permission slip signed and returned to Ms. Amos before the first practice on 8/15 after school. If you still need a packet, see Ms. Amos in Room 306. You must have a signed permission slip in order to participate in practice."

Attention any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student: Do you love words? spelling? Wednesday, August 14 we will have our first spellbowl meeting. Meet Mrs. Butler in the commons area outside of Guidance. Have your ride pick you up at 3:30. If you have any questions see Mrs. Butler in room 717.

Hey 7th and 8th grade girls! Join us for a short call-out meeting for Crafts and Chats club to learn more about what we will be up to this school year. If you're interested, Miss Tucker and Mrs. Crone will see you this Thursday at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Crone's room. Bring a friend!"

Chess Club will meet tonight in room 309 until 4:00. Come out to learn the game or show off your skills. Pick up is at Door 10

General:

PCMS Spirit Wear T-Shirts are still on sale starting in the Commons from 7:30-7:45. The cost is $20. Cash or checks made payable to PCMS. They will also be on sale during Open House TONIGHT. Only adult sizes are left. Remember, these become a season pass for PCMS students only to all PCMS athletic events, excluding tournaments. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

School Picture Day is TODAY, August 13th. Pictures will be taken during your Social Studies class. If your family wishes to purchase pictures, please bring your completed order form with you tomorrow. Link for ordering is: http://order.cripephoto.com/plainfield

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.


Monday 8-12-19

PICTURE DAY IS TOMORROW, AUGUST 13TH....

School Picture Day is tomorrow, August 13th. Pictures will be taken during your Social Studies class. If your family wishes to purchase pictures, please bring your completed order form with you tomorrow. Link for ordering is: http://order.cripephoto.com/plainfield

Please join us to Back to School Night on Tuesday, August 13th from 6:00-7:30! This is an opportunity for you to meet your child's teachers and walk their schedule. Students will fill out their schedule and bring information home in the next few days.

Athletics:

Anyone who is still interested in cross-country, you may still come out for the team until next Tuesday! Practices are after school until 4:15. You will change in the locker rooms and then head out through the gym doors to Swinford Park. Please see Mrs. Crone with any questions!

Clubs:

PCMS Robotics teams: Please remember that practices this week will be on Monday & Wednesday from 3 to 4:30 p.m. and Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. See Mr. Apollos, Mrs. Zaidi, Mrs. Bellamy, or Mr. Duggins if you have any questions or cannot attend!

Dance Club! Please make sure you have your permission slip signed and returned to Ms. Amos before the first practice on 8/15 after school. If you still need a packet, see Ms. Amos in Room 306. You must have a signed permission slip in order to participate in practice."

Attention any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student: Do you love words? spelling? Wednesday, August 14 we will have our first spellbowl meeting. Meet Mrs. Butler in the commons area outside of Guidance. Have your ride pick you up at 3:30. If you have any questions see Mrs. Butler in room 717.

Hey girls! Join us for a short call-out meeting for Crafts and Chats club to learn more about what we will be up to this school year. If you're interested, Miss Tucker and Mrs. Crone will see you this Thursday at 7:30 AM in Mrs. Crone's room. Bring a friend!"

General:

PCMS Spirit Wear T-Shirts are still on sale starting in the Commons from 7:30-7:45. The cost is $20. Cash or checks made payable to PCMS. They will also be on sale during Open House Tuesday evening. Only adult sizes are left. Remember, these become a season pass for PCMS students only to all PCMS athletic events, excluding tournaments. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

School Picture Day is tomorrow, August 13th. Pictures will be taken during your Social Studies class. If your family wishes to purchase pictures, please bring your completed order form with you tomorrow.  Link for ordering is:  http://order.cripephoto.com/plainfield

Attention all 8th graders! Registrations have been re-opened for the 2019 Washington D.C. trip in October! Sign up for the trip by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th to get your spot! Ask Miss Tucker in room 304 any questions. See you in D.C.


8-8-2019

Athletics:

Anyone who is still interested in cross-country, you may still come out for the team until next Tuesday! Practices are after school until 4:15. Students must change in the locker rooms and then head out through the gym doors to Swinford Park. Please see Mrs. Crone with any questions!

Tennis Tryouts! Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade boy who would like to try out for the middle school tennis team should report to the courts Wednesday - Friday of this week, Aug. 7-9, from 3:15 - 4:45. You must have your physical and all other paper work turned in to be able to try out. Bring a tennis racket and water! Any questions? See Coach Planker in room 311 or Athletic Director Dones.

Any middle school girl interested in playing golf this year, tryouts will be Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (Aug 7 thru 9) 3:30 at Deer Creek Golf Club. Please be sure that you have all of your paperwork completed on PRIVIT and you are cleared to participate. If you have any questions, see Mr. Mennonno in room 816.

Clubs:

PCMS Robotics teams: Please remember that practices this week will be on Monday & Wednesday from 3 to 4:30 p.m. and Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. See Mr. Apollos, Mrs. Zaidi, Mrs. Bellamy, or Mr. Duggins if you have any questions or cannot attend!

Dance Club! Please make sure you have your permission slip signed and returned to Ms. Amos before the first practice on 8/15 after school. If you still need a packet, see Ms. Amos in Room 306. You must have a signed permission slip in order to participate in practice."

Attention any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student: Do you love words? spelling? Wednesday, August 14 we will have our first spellbowl meeting. Meet Mrs. Butler in the commons area outside of Guidance. Have your ride pick you up at 3:30. If you have any questions see Mrs. Butler in room 717.

General:

PCMS Spirit Wear T-Shirts will be on sale starting Wednesday in the Commons from 7:30-7:45. The cost is $20. Cash or checks made payable to PCMS. See Mr. Dones with any questions.

School Picture Day is next Tuesday, August 13th. Pictures will be taken during your Social Studies class. If your family wishes to purchase pictures, please bring your completed order form with you on Tuesday.  Link for picture ordering is  http://order.cripephoto.com/plainfield

8-5-2019

Welcome back students!!!!

Chess club begins Tuesday, August 6 after school in room 309 until 4:00.  Please pick up at door 10.  Bring a chess set and be ready to teach or learn the game! All are welcome!!  

A reminder to any middle school boy interested in trying out for the PCMS boys soccer team. Tryouts will take place on Tuesday from 3 to 4:30 p.m. and Wednesday from 3 to 5 p.m.! You MUST have a physical on file in order to participate. Please see Coach Apollos in the IDEALab, room 810, if you have any questions.

PCMS Robotics teams: Please remember that practices this week will be on Monday & Wednesday from 3 to 4:30 p.m. and Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. See Mr. Apollos, Mrs. Zaidi, Mrs. Bellamy, or Mr. Duggins if you have any questions or cannot attend!

Attention any 6th, 7th or 8th grade interested in Cross-country: Practices start this Wednesday, August 7. We will meet at the main gym doors at 3:05 pm. We practice will end at 4:15pm. Pick-up is at Swinford Park. You MUST have a physical on file with the school to participate. Please see Coach Crone with any questions.

Tennis Tryouts! Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade boy who would like to try out for the middle school tennis team should report to the courts Wednesday - Friday of this week, Aug. 7-9, from 3:15 - 4:45. You must have your physical and all other paper work turned in to be able to try out. Bring a tennis racket and water! Any questions? See Coach Planker in room 311 or Athletic Director Dones.

Any middle school girl interested in playing golf this year, tryouts will be Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (Aug 7 thru 9) 3:30 at Deer Creek Golf Club. Please be sure that you have all of your paperwork completed on PRIVIT and you are cleared to participate. If you have any questions see Mr. Mennonno in room 816.

Cheerleading practice will be Wednesday, August 7th until 4:30. Please meet in room 911, Coach Blevins room. Also, be sure to purchase your team shirt from our online spirit store. See coach Siefert of coach Blevins with any questions.

Volleyball Tryouts will be held Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday this week from 3- 4:30 in the main gym. You must have a physical to participate in tryouts.

NJHS will have its first meeting of the year THIS Thursday, Aug. 8th in the cafeteria. The meeting will be from 3-3:30. Please plan to be there. 

Girls Soccer tryouts start today! Be ready to go on the field at 3pm. After changing bring back packs with to the field house. Good luck to all the players trying out for this years team.