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Student Announcements: 

May 22, 2018

  • Attention Seniors: If there are any stickers on your school issued device, please remove them before turning in your device at the end of the year. Staff will not accept them if there are any left on your computer during collection. Also, if there are any documents or emails that you want to save, please do so by July 1st. All senior accounts will be disabled after that point in time.
  • Prom Pictures are here...Pick them up at the MAIN OFFICE! Make sure to get them by Wednesday!
  • Extra yearbooks are available on a first come, first served basis at the Treasurer. The cost is $80 and can be paid in cash, check or charge. Please note: There are a very limited number available, and once they are sold out, there are not any more — so if you want one, please plan accordingly.
  • SENIORS: If you didn’t get your Graduation Cap & Gown please pick it up TODAY in the Guidance Office.
  • Students: If you have lost any keys or glasses this semester, please come to the main office to check out the assortment we have before they are thrown away or donated!
  • Congratulations to your 2018-2019 Executive Board:

President - Kiersten Martin

Vice President of Student Affairs - Romael Khan

Vice Presidents of Event Planning - Samantha Hayden & Grace Mathews

Communications Director - Luke Smock

Secretary - Avery Wagoner

Congratulations to your 2018-2019 Senate:

Class of 2019 - Amal Siddiqui, Betsy Nichols, McKaya Simon, Hannah Waggoner

Class of 2020 - Sophia Whicker, Rachel Law, Ellory Smith, & Hannah Snider

Class of 2021 - Het Patel, Sarah Mang, Sarah Ewing, and Kaitlyn Murray

Class of 2022 - Maddie Beebe, Kyle Hayden, Andrew Hummel, & Ryan Sierveld

  • If you are taking a summer school class with Indiana Online Academy, please make sure you complete the online registration AND return the green enrollment form to guidance by TODAY, May 22.
  • If you plan to take a summer course at PHS on PLATO please return the registration form by TODAY, May 22.
  • There will be a call-out meeting for any boy interested in playing TENNIS in the fall TODAY at 4:00 in the LGI room.
  • Athletic patches are in! If you placed an order in March, please stop in the athletic office and pick it up.
  • Attention students...All overdue library books are due to the media center by TOMORROW!
  • Students who have medication in the nurse's office may pick it up to take home if you bring in a note from your parent. Controlled substances may only be picked up by a parent. Any medication left at 3:10 on Wednesday, May 23 will be destroyed.
  • Attention all football players: On Wednesday, MAY 23rd we will issue equipment, practice packs, and have a mandatory team meeting in the football building. The team meeting will take place immediately following school. YOU MUST ATTEND THE MEETING AND GET EQUIPMENT ON THIS DAY!
  • The Evening of Distinction is this Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited.
  • SENIORS…don’t forget on Friday, May 25 you must report to the cafeteria by 8:00 a.m. for graduation rehearsal! If you don’t attend on Friday, you don’t walk in graduation on Saturday!
  • All Seniors, family, and friends are invited to Baccalaureate on the Saturday morning of graduation (May 26), from 9:30 - 10:00, in the auditorium. What is Baccalaureate, you ask? It is a religious program to celebrate graduation, planned by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for the benefit of the graduating Seniors. Anyone is welcome to attend!
  • Congratulations to the Foreign Language Students of the Year!

French 1 - Lauren Fries

French 2 - Austin Albrechtsen

French 3 - Kendra Springs

French 4 - Sarah Simons

German 1 - Kara Thomas

German 2 - Danielle Jarvis

German 3 - Emily Wood

German 4 - Dara Smith

Spanish 1 - Logan Eddington

Spanish 2 - Drew Egler

Spanish 3 - Illanna Bullock

Spanish 4 - Kaitlyn Booher

  • Summer Reading 2018: Libraries Rock! Enjoy reading and participate in the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library 2018 Summer Reading Program. This year's theme is Libraries Rock! The kick-off party will be on Thursday, May 31st from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Pick up more information at the public library or high school media center. https://youtu.be/bB7eB2RZkwo
  • Tired of waiting in line while you could be eating your food? Introducing CASH FREE CAFETERIA coming in the Fall of 2018! Drop lunch money off at multiple locations around the school, deposit all money by 10:15 a.m. and money will be in your lunch account!
  • Summer means swimming, amusement parks, picnics at Hummel Park, and summer reading. Students taking honors English courses will have a mandatory summer reading assignment. You should receive information from your English teacher in the next few days. For more information see www.quakersread.weebly.com.
  • Students: Great news, the price for the Dell Chargers are now $21!
  • Attention Junior Girls: The Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield program is August 11. If you could not attend the information meeting about the upcoming DYW program, there are packets in the main office to pick up which tell you about the program and how to register.
  • There will be a CIESC driver education class at PHS this summer starting on Monday, June 4th to June 21st. Class will run from 8am to 10:30am daily for three weeks, Monday through Thursday. Brochures are in the office or you can sign up on the website at www.driveredsafety.com. If you can’t take the class due to scheduling conflicts, the online class is the way to go. Either way, learn the correct way—CIESC Driver Education.
  • Good Luck on your Period 1-3-5 exams today! And your 2-4-6 period exams tomorrow!
  • Have a fabulous summer vacation students! We will see you back on July 31!

Student Announcements: 

May 17, 2018

  • You’ve waited all year, and they’re almost here!

Yearbooks will be distributed TODAY DURING LUNCH!
There will be 3 stations to stop at, so pay attention to the signs!
Get Excited…YEARBOOKS WILL BE HERE TODAY!!!

  • Extra yearbooks will be available on a first come, first served basis on Friday morning at the Treasurer. The cost is $80 and can be paid in cash, check or charge. Please note: There are a very limited number available, and once they are sold out, there are not any more — so if you want one, please plan accordingly.
  • SENIORS: Graduation Caps & Gowns may be picked up TODAY outside the cafeteria between 10:30 and 1:30.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here for the last time this school year during all lunches TODAY! Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • If you are interested in finding out more about next year's musical, "Guys and Dolls", come to a call-out meeting/dialect workshop TODAY after school until 4:30. It will be held in the choir room. Please see Mrs. Heaton with any questions.
  • Seniors--This is the last opportunity to get in scholarship and award verifications for Evening of Distinction. The deadline is FRIDAY…that is TOMORROW! If you do not provide verification, the award will not be included in the program.
  • The Girls Track Team finished 3rd at the Zionsville Sectional Tuesday night.Winning for Plainfield and Qualifying for the Lafayette Jeff Regional are:Olivia Utterback in the 100m Hurdles with a School Record Time of 15.17;Lauren Joseph in the Pole Vault with a School Record Vault of 11'4". Also Qualifying for Regional:4x 100m Relay Team of Madi Gibson, Sarah O'Day, Lauren Joseph, and Olivia Utterback; Kayla Coryea in the 3200m Run; Aubrey Barker in the Long Jump; Aubrey Barker and Dara Smith in the High Jump; Madi Gibson in the 200m Dash; and the 4x800m Relay Team of Anna Restivo, Alyssa Laser, Isabel Kluszinski, and Samantha Hayden.
  • STUDENTS: Don't forget it is Mental Health Awareness this week! Wear GREEN or your Mental Health t-shirt on Friday for a chance to win prizes! #Break the stigma #Just be Kind.
  • If you are taking a summer school class with Indiana Online Academy, please make sure you complete the online registration AND return the green enrollment form to guidance by 5/22/18.
  • If you plan to take a summer course at PHS on PLATO please return the registration form by 5/22/18.
  • Attention Seniors: If there are any stickers on your school issued device, please remove them before turning in your device at the end of the year. Staff will not accept them if there are any left on your computer during collection. Also, if there are any documents or emails that you want to save, please do so by July 1st. All senior accounts will be disabled after that point in time.
  • Athletic patches are in! If you placed an order in March, please stop in the athletic office and pick it up.
  • Attention students... Do you have an overdue library book? Check your school email to see if you have an overdue library book. All overdue library books need to be returned to the media center as soon as possible.
  • Students who have medication in the nurse's office may pick it up to take home if you bring in a note from your parent. Controlled substances may only be picked up by a parent. Any medication left at 3:10 on Wednesday, May 23 will be destroyed.
  • Attention all football players: On Wednesday, MAY 23rd we will issue equipment, practice packs, and have a mandatory team meeting in the football building. The team meeting will take place immediately following school. YOU MUST ATTEND THE MEETING AND GET EQUIPMENT ON THIS DAY!
  • All Seniors, family, and friends are invited to Baccalaureate on the Saturday morning of graduation (May 26), from 9:30 - 10:00, in the auditorium. What is Baccalaureate, you ask? It is a religious program to celebrate graduation, planned by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for the benefit of the graduating Seniors. Anyone is welcome to attend!
  • Stop by the media center to pick up the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library summer reading information. This year's theme is Libraries Rock! The kick-off party will be on Thursday, May 31st from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
  • Tired of waiting in line while you could be eating your food? Introducing CASH FREE CAFETERIA coming in the Fall of 2018! Drop lunch money off at multiple locations around the school, deposit all money by 10:15 a.m. and money will be in your lunch account!
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Summer means swimming, amusement parks, picnics at Hummel Park, and summer reading. Students taking honors English courses will have a mandatory summer reading assignment. You should receive information from your English teacher in the next few days. For more information see www.quakersread.weebly.com.
  • Students: Great news, the price for the Dell Chargers are now $21!
  • Attention Junior Girls: The Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield program will be held on August 11. If you could not attend the information meeting about the upcoming DYW program, there are packets in the main office to pick up which tell you about the program and how to register.
  • The Evening of Distinction will be held on Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited. For scholarships to be listed in the Evening of Distinction program, seniors MUST provide the Guidance Office with verification of scholarship awards by May 18th. Examples of acceptable scholarship verification include official letters or certificates from the awarding university and/or organization. If submitting university scholarships, seniors should only submit awards from the university that they plan to attend in the fall.
  • There will be a CIESC driver education class at PHS this summer starting on Monday, June 4th to June 21st. Class will run from 8am to 10:30am daily for three weeks, Monday through Thursday. Brochures are in the office or you can sign up on the website at www.driveredsafety.com. If you can’t take the class due to scheduling conflicts, the online class is the way to go. Either way, learn the correct way—CIESC Driver Education.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements:
May 16, 2018

  • You’ve waited all year, now they’re almost here!

Yearbooks will be distributed this THURSDAY DURING LUNCH!
There will be 3 stations to stop at, so pay attention to the signs!
YEARBOOKS WILL BE HERE THURSDAY AT LUNCH!!!

  • SENIORS: Graduation Caps & Gowns will be delivered TOMORROW! Please pick them up outside the cafeteria between 10:30 and 1:30.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here for the last time this school year during all lunches on Thursday, May 17. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • For anyone signed up to take AP Biology next year, Mr. Johnson needs to have a brief meeting with you in order to discuss a couple of items that need to be taken care of over the summer and to talk about your summer assignment. The meeting will be at 7:45 amThursday morning in room G-206. If you are unable to attend either you must find a time to see Mr. Johnson BEFORE the end of the school year so that he can get you the information you will need.
  • All Seniors, family, and friends are invited to Baccalaureate on the Saturday morning of graduation (May 26), from 9:30 - 10:00, in the auditorium. What is Baccalaureate, you ask? It is a religious program to celebrate graduation, planned by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for the benefit of the graduating Seniors. Anyone is welcome to attend!
  • If you are interested in finding out more about next year's musical, "Guys and Dolls", come to a call-out meeting/dialect workshop on Thursday, May 17 after school until 4:30. It will be held in the choir room. Please see Mrs. Heaton with any questions.
  • The Girls Track Team finished 3rd at the Zionsville Sectional Tuesday night.Winning for Plainfield and Qualifying for the Lafayette Jeff Regional are:Olivia Utterback in the 100m Hurdles with a School Record Time of 15.17;Lauren Joseph in the Pole Vault with a School Record Vault of 11'4". Also Qualifying for Regional:4x 100m Relay Team of Madi Gibson, Sarah O'Day, Lauren Joseph, and Olivia Utterback; Kayla Coryea in the 3200m Run; Aubrey Barker in the Long Jump; Aubrey Barker and Dara Smith in the High Jump; Madi Gibson in the 200m Dash; and the 4x800m Relay Team of Anna Restivo, Alyssa Laser, Isabel Kluszinski, and Samantha Hayden.
  • Seniors—Please make sure that you are submitting your scholarship verifications for Evening of Distinction to guidance! In order to be recognized at the Evening of Distinction, these verifications must be received by May 18th .
  • Attention Seniors: If there are any stickers on your school issued device, please remove them before turning in your device at the end of the year. Staff will not accept them if there are any left on your computer during collection. Also, if there are any documents or emails that you want to save, please do so by July 1st. All senior accounts will be disabled after that point in time.
  • Athletic patches are in! If you placed an order in March, please stop in the athletic office and pick it up.
  • Attention students... Do you have an overdue library book? Check your school email to see if you have an overdue library book. All overdue library books need to be returned to the media center as soon as possible.
  • Students who have medication in the nurse's office may pick it up to take home if you bring in a note from your parent. Controlled substances may only be picked up by a parent. Any medication left at 3:10 on Wednesday, May 23 will be destroyed.
  • Attention all football players: On Wednesday, MAY 23rd we will issue equipment, practice packs, and have a mandatory team meeting in the football building. The team meeting will take place immediately following school. YOU MUST ATTEND THE MEETING AND GET EQUIPMENT ON THIS DAY!
  • Stop by the media center to pick up the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library summer reading information. This year's theme is Libraries Rock! The kick-off party will be on Thursday, May 31st from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
  • Tired of waiting in line while you could be eating your food? Introducing CASH FREE CAFETERIA coming in the Fall of 2018! Drop lunch money off at multiple locations around the school, deposit all money by 10:15 a.m. and money will be in your lunch account!
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Summer means swimming, amusement parks, picnics at Hummel Park, and summer reading. Students taking honors English courses will have a mandatory summer reading assignment. You should receive information from your English teacher in the next few days. For more information see www.quakersread.weebly.com.
  • Students: Great news, the price for the Dell Chargers are now $21!
  • Attention Junior Girls: The Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield program will be held on August 11. If you could not attend the information meeting about the upcoming DYW program, there are packets in the main office to pick up which tell you about the program and how to register.
  • The Evening of Distinction will be held on Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited. For scholarships to be listed in the Evening of Distinction program, seniors MUST provide the Guidance Office with verification of scholarship awards by May 18th. Examples of acceptable scholarship verification include official letters or certificates from the awarding university and/or organization. If submitting university scholarships, seniors should only submit awards from the university that they plan to attend in the fall.
  • There will be a CIESC driver education class at PHS this summer starting on Monday, June 4th to June 21st. Class will run from 8am to 10:30am daily for three weeks, Monday through Thursday. Brochures are in the office or you can sign up on the website at www.driveredsafety.com. If you can’t take the class due to scheduling conflicts, the online class is the way to go. Either way, learn the correct way—CIESC Driver Education.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

May 8, 2018

  • Congratulations to the winners of the 1st Annual PHS Fine Arts Showcase! People's Choice Winner for Artwork was Hanna Lucas for "Regrowth" and People's Choice Winner for Live Performance was the band of Lindsey Wood, Audrey Eckler, Emily Burns, and Carli Breedlove performing "Ex's and Oh's". Congratulations and thank you to all the talented students that participated!
  • Congratulations to the Academic Science Super Bowl team for placing 6th in the State on Saturday at Purdue University. Team members are Dax Patel, Caleb Ulery, Payton Ybanez, Robert Rahr, Avery Bennett and Dylan Miller.
  • Post prom tickets will be on sale TODAY and Wednesday ONLY! Tickets are just $10!
  • Athletic patches are in! If you placed an order in March, please stop in the athletic office and pick it up.
  • There will be an informational meeting for the new HOSA Club in Mrs. Townsend’s room (H205) on Wednesday, May 9 during SMART. HOSA club is for those interested in healthcare related fields.
  • The Reading Club will be meeting this Wednesday during SMART in the media center classroom. We will discuss ideas for novels for next year.
  • There will be a call out meeting for all girls interested in playing golf next fall on Wednesday, May 9 @ 5:30 p.m. here at the high school. Please enter the building through door 7! This is a parent and player mandatory meeting and you should make every effort to attend. If for some reason you cannot attend please contact Mr. Benge.
  • The annual AP Studio Art Exhibition is TOMORROW night! The exhibition will be in the auditorium lobby, the doors will open at 6:30 and it will remain on display throughout the choral concert that evening. Come join this year's talented bunch as we celebrate their talent and success this semester. These students have been very active this year with art shows and competitions and we have never before had such an successful and decorated group. This year's group includes Bliss Hardin, Grace Miller, Emma Cooper, Joey Copeland, Jaela Lawson, Courtney Bruhn and Gabby Cutshaw. Please come out and support them.
  • The PHS Choral department invites you to attend their Spring Choral Concert featuring all choir groups tomorrow night at 7:00 in the PHS Auditorium.
  • All overdue library books are due back to the media center by TOMORROW, May 9th.
  • Freshmen and Sophomores join us for your HOT DOG DAY this Thursday, May 10!
  • Attention all Prom-goers: We have an incredible DJ for prom this year; DJ Lockstar – Look him up! Please tweet @DJLOCKSTAR to request songs for prom and include the hashtag #unmaskthenight. Let’s make this our best prom yet with great music!
  • Congratulations to the following seniors for being selected as the 2018 PHS Prom Royalty candidates: Garrett Lee, Paul Planker and Cole Thompson are the Prom King candidates, and Natalie Gulley, Jamie Lautenschlager and Sam Olinger are the Queen candidates. Again, congratulations! We look forward to seeing you all in your royal attire at prom!
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day on Friday will be donated.
  • The results are in and publications students are winners! Please congratulate the following students for awards they won at Ball State J Day: Mckaya Simon and Miklaya Robinson, Excellent in Feature Story; Kyle Griffin, Superior in News Story; Kyra Howard and Mikayla Robinson, Excellent for News Story; Anu Nattam, Excellent for Sports Story; QS Staff, Honorable Mention for Staff Editorial; Anu Nattam, Kayla Mays, Piper Gaul, David Wiegand, Ben Newsom and Bachka Batjargal, Superior for Multi-page Layout; Jack Estes, Alyssa Franklin, Molly Trivett, Dustin Frye, MJ Berkley, Jaela Lawson, and Megan Hall, Excellent for Multi-page Layout; Silhouettes Yearbook Staff Honorable Mention for Traditional Yearbook Design; Ashley Stout and Connor Evans, Honorable Mention for Sports Photo; Payton Moulder, Honorable Mention for Feature Photo.
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Summer means swimming, amusement parks, picnics at Hummel Park, and summer reading. Students taking honors English courses will have a mandatory summer reading assignment. You should receive information from your English teacher in the next few days. For more information see www.quakersread.weebly.com.
  • Students: Great news, the price for the Dell Chargers are now $21!
  • There will be a callout meeting for all students interested in running Cross Country next school year from 3:10 until 3:30 in the LGI room on Friday, May 11th. All interested track athletes should attend the meeting before practice.
  • Attention Junior Girls: An information meeting for next year’s Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield program will be held on Monday, May 14th at 7 pm at the Plainfield-Guilford township library. This meeting is open to ANY current Junior Girl interested in learning more about the scholarship program set for August 11th, 2018. Go to the main office to pick up information about the meeting and how to register for the program.
  • If you have AP Studio on your schedule for next year then you need to attend a brief meeting next week on May 15th. The meeting will be in Mrs. Armstrong's A114 classroom. It will begin at 3:15 and will cover important information about summer projects, your portfolio and what to expect from the course. Make every effort to be there or make arrangements to meet with Mrs. Armstrong before school lets out.
  • Seniors—Please make sure that you are submitting your scholarship verifications for Evening of Distinction to guidance! In order to be recognized at Evening of Distinction, these verifications must be received by May 18th .
  • The Evening of Distinction will be held on Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited. For scholarships to be listed in the Evening of Distinction program, seniors MUST provide the Guidance Office with verification of scholarship awards by May 18th. Examples of acceptable scholarship verification include official letters or certificates from the awarding university and/or organization. If submitting university scholarships, seniors should only submit awards from the university that they plan to attend in the fall.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements:

May 3, 2018

  • Congratulations to the Girls Track Team for winning their 4th Mid-State Championship in a row!

Winning for Plainfield:

The 4x100m Relay team of Madi Gibson, Sarah O'Day, Lauren Joseph, and Olivia Utterback setting a new school record of 49.99 seconds!

The 4x800m Relay team of Anna Restivo, Isabel Kluszynski, Alyssa Laser, and Sam Hayden.

100m Hurdles: Olivia Utterback

High Jump: Aubrey Barker.

  • Congratulations to the Boys Track Team for winning the Mid-State Championship!

Winning for Plainfield:

The 4x100m Relay team of Herschel Blankenship, Brayton Vayhinger, Rickey Alsum, and Gavin Jacobs.

400m Dash: Gage Jacobs

200m Dash: Gavin Jacobs

3200m Run: Dalton Kane

  • Congratulations to Claire Harper and Kiersten Martin for winning the Mid-state conference tennis championship at #1 doubles last night!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY! Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • The PHS SENIOR CLASS is hosting a fundraiser TONIGHT at Dairy Queen from 5-8PM. No Flyer needed. 15% of proceeds will go to Senior Class.
  • If you have already purchased your prom tickets, please come pick up a T-shirt and your prom favors during lunch through the end of the week!
  • Post Prom tickets are on sale NOW during all lunches. Tickets are $10!
  • Attention all Prom-goers: We have an incredible DJ for prom this year; DJ Lockstar – Look him up! Please tweet @DJLOCKSTAR to request songs for prom and include the hashtag #unmaskthenight. Let’s make this our best prom yet with great music!
  • Do you want to represent your class in the PHS Student Government next year? Applications for the Senate are available in the Main Office and are due TOMORROW, May 4th. See Mrs. Freeman if you have any questions.
  • Attn: Prom Go-ers: Due to some technical difficulties with our online ticket sales site, we are closing it down. You may purchase tickets by credit/debit card (or cash or check) during all lunches this week until Friday, May 4. Sorry for the inconvenience. If you had purchased online, please pick them up at lunch. All tickets are $40. Please make sure you have a Code of Conduct on file and that you fill out a guest form if taking an underclassman or a student from another school. Guest forms are available at the main office. We can’t wait to ‘Unmask the Night’ at the Masquerade Ball!
  • The first annual PHS Fine Arts Showcase is this Friday, May 4th at 6:00 p.m. This FREE event will feature artwork, singing, bands, roller skating, beatboxing, acting, and creative writing! All students, family, and community members are welcome to attend! Come support our multi-talented PHS students!
  • The PHS Academic Science team is one of the top 7 teams in the state and will compete in the State Competition at Purdue University this Saturday, May 5. Good Luck to Team Captain Dylan Miller and Team Members Dax Patel, Caleb Ulery, Payten Ybanez, Avery Bennett, and Robert Rahr.
  • STUDENTS: If you have turned in a prom guest form, please frequently check your email for an approval message.
  • Congratulations to the following seniors for being selected as the 2018 PHS Prom Royalty candidates: Garrett Lee, Paul Planker and Cole Thompson are the Prom King candidates, and Natalie Gulley, Jamie Lautenschlager and Sam Olinger are the Queen candidates. Again, congratulations! We look forward to seeing you all in your royal attire at prom!
  • The results are in and publications students are winners! Please congratulate the following students for awards they won at Ball State J Day: Mckaya Simon and Miklaya Robinson, Excellent in Feature Story; Kyle Griffin, Superior in News Story; Kyra Howard and Mikayla Robinson, Excellent for News Story; Anu Nattam, Excellent for Sports Story; QS Staff, Honorable Mention for Staff Editorial; Anu Nattam, Kayla Mays, Piper Gaul, David Wiegand, Ben Newsom and Bachka Batjargal, Superior for Multi-page Layout; Jack Estes, Alyssa Franklin, Molly Trivett, Dustin Frye, MJ Berkley, Jaela Lawson, and Megan Hall, Excellent for Multi-page Layout; Silhouettes Yearbook Staff Honorable Mention for Traditional Yearbook Design; Ashley Stout and Connor Evans, Honorable Mention for Sports Photo; Payton Moulder, Honorable Mention for Feature Photo.
  • Please return your overdue library books to the media center as soon as possible. All library books are due by Wednesday, May 9th.
  • Freshmen and Sophomores join us for HOT DOG DAY on May 10!
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Students: Great news, the price for the Dell Chargers are now $21!
  • There will be a callout meeting for all students interested in running cross country next school year from 3:10 until 3:30 in the LGI room on Friday May 11th. All interested track athletes should attend the meeting before practice.
  • This month is Mental Health Awareness month. To help support our PHS community as we approach the end of this school year, we will be sharing tips and tricks to deal with stress and depression during announcements. Along with that, we will be giving out free bracelets at all lunches to anyone interested. We are also doing pre-sales for our Mental Health Awareness T-shirt that will be worn on the final dress up day of our Mental Health Awareness week May 14 through May 18. The t-shirt is $10 and all profits are going to the Hendricks County Mental Health Association for education and prevention programs. Thank you for your support!
  • Attention Junior Girls: An information meeting for next year’s Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield program will be held on MONDAY, MAY 14TH AT 7 PM AT THE PLAINFIELD -GUILFORD TOWNSHIP LIBRARY. This meeting is open to ANY current Junior Girl interested in learning more about the scholarship program set for August 11th, 2018. Go to the main office to pick up info about the meeting and how to register for the program.
  • Seniors—Please make sure that you are submitting your scholarship verifications for Evening of Distinction to guidance! In order to be recognized at Evening of Distinction, these verifications must be received by May 18th .
  • The Evening of Distinction will be held on Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited. For scholarships to be listed in the Evening of Distinction program, seniors MUST provide the Guidance Office with verification of scholarship awards by May 18th. Examples of acceptable scholarship verification include official letters or certificates from the awarding university and/or organization. If submitting university scholarships, seniors should only submit awards from the university that they plan to attend in the fall.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

May 1, 2018

  • Attn: Prom Go-ers: Due to some technical difficulties with our online ticket sales site, we are closing it down. You may purchase tickets by credit/debit card (or cash or check) during all lunches this week until Friday, May 4. Sorry for the inconvenience. If you had purchased online, please pick them up at lunch. All tickets are $40. Please make sure you have a Code of Conduct on file and that you fill out a guest form if taking an underclassman or a student from another school. Guest forms are available at the main office. We can’t wait to ‘Unmask the Night’ at the Masquerade Ball!
  • This past week, Maggie Hine, Paul Planker and Cole Thompson competed at DECA International Competition with over 20,000 students from all over the world.

Paul Planker and Cole Thompson received recognition in the Marketing Management Team Decision Making Event for scoring 85% or higher on both test and role play components of their event. This was the second largest event at International Competition.

Maggie Hine received some of the highest recognition as she was a top 10 finalist in the world in her event, Automotive Services Marketing. Maggie also received recognition for earning one of the highest test scores in her event and was recognized for receiving an 85% or higher on her role play portions as well.Congratulations again to these three students on their success at DECA International Competition!

  • STUDENTS: If you have turned in a prom guest form, please frequently check your email for an approval message.
  • Post Prom tickets are on sale NOW during all lunches. Tickets are $10! If you purchase a ticket before TOMORRW, May 2nd you will be entered for a chance to win a boutonniere or a corsage from Plainfield Florist.
  • Congratulations to the following seniors for being selected as the 2018 PHS Prom Royalty candidates: Garrett Lee, Paul Planker and Cole Thompson are the Prom King candidates, and Natalie Gulley, Jamie Lautenschlager and Sam Olinger are the Queen candidates. Again, congratulations! We look forward to seeing you all in your royal attire at prom!
  • Do you love to sing, play an instrument, dance, paint, write, or have another talent that you would like to show the students and community? Now is your chance! The PHS Fine Arts Showcase is this Friday, May 4th. We are holding auditions for the live performance pieces TOMORROW, May 2nd from 3:30-6:00pm in the choir room. Sign-ups for an audition time are located on the windows of the cafeteria. For all artwork/writing, you will just need to email a picture of it by May 2nd to Mrs. Rowland and Mrs. Freeman. The PHS SHOWCASE will be this Friday, MAY 4th at 6:00 pm. All students, family, and community members are welcome to attend!
  • The PHS SENIOR CLASS is hosting a fundraiser this Thursday, May 3 at Dairy Queen from 5-8PM. No Flyer needed. 15% of proceeds will go to Senior Class.
  • Do you want to represent your class in the PHS Student Government next year? Applications for the Senate are available in the Main Office and are due Friday, May 4th. See Mrs. Freeman if you have any questions.
  • The results are in and publications students are winners! Please congratulate the following students for awards they won at Ball State J Day: Mckaya Simon and Miklaya Robinson, Excellent in Feature Story; Kyle Griffin, Superior in News Story; Kyra Howard and Mikayla Robinson, Excellent for News Story; Anu Nattam, Excellent for Sports Story; QS Staff, Honorable Mention for Staff Editorial; Anu Nattam, Kayla Mays, Piper Gaul, David Wiegand, Ben Newsom and Bachka Batjargal, Superior for Multi-page Layout; Jack Estes, Alyssa Franklin, Molly Trivett, Dustin Frye, MJ Berkley, Jaela Lawson, and Megan Hall, Excellent for Multi-page Layout; Silhouettes Yearbook Staff Honorable Mention for Traditional Yearbook Design; Ashley Stout and Connor Evans, Honorable Mention for Sports Photo; Payton Moulder, Honorable Mention for Feature Photo.
  • Students it is time for Hot Dog Days! Freshmen and Sophomores are both on May 10!
  • The PHS Academic Science team is one of the top 7 teams in the state and will compete in the State Competition at Purdue University this Saturday, May 5. Good Luck to Team Captain Dylan Miller and Team Members Dax Patel, Caleb Ulery, Payten Ybanez, Avery Bennett, and Robert Rahr.
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Students: Great news, the price for the Dell Chargers are now $21!
  • Please return your overdue library books to the media center as soon as possible. All library books are due by Wednesday, May 9th.
  • There will be a callout meeting for all students interested in running cross country next school year from 3:10 until 3:30 in the LGI room on Friday May 11th. All interested track athletes should attend the meeting before practice.
  • This month is Mental Health Awareness month. To help support our PHS community as we approach the end of this school year, we will be sharing tips and tricks to deal with stress and depression during announcements. Along with that, we will be giving out free bracelets at all lunches to anyone interested starting today. We are also doing pre-sales for our Mental Health Awareness T-shirt that will be worn on the final dress up day of our Mental Health Awareness week May 14 through May 18. The t-shirt is $10 and all profits are going to the Hendricks County Mental Health Association for education and prevention programs. Thank you for your support!
  • Attention Junior Girls: An information meeting for next year’s Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield program will be held on MONDAY, MAY 14TH AT 7 PM AT THE PLAINFIELD -GUILFORD TOWNSHIP LIBRARY. This meeting is open to ANY current Junior Girl interested in learning more about the scholarship program set for August 11th, 2018. Go to the main office to pick up info about the meeting and how to register for the program.
  • The Evening of Distinction will be held on Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited. For scholarships to be listed in the Evening of Distinction program, seniors MUST provide the Guidance Office with verification of scholarship awards by May 18th. Examples of acceptable scholarship verification include official letters or certificates from the awarding university and/or organization. If submitting university scholarships, seniors should only submit awards from the university that they plan to attend in the fall.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

April 26, 2018

  • Attention all students: the Hendricks County Community Career Fair is TODAY from 2:15 – 5:15 pm in the Fieldhouse. Organizations are looking to fill part-time jobs, seasonal positions, internships, and career opportunities so there is something for everyone! Teachers, 2:15 – 3:05 will be exclusively for PHS students so you are welcome to bring your class down during 7th period. But anyone can join us until 5:15!
  • The final day to DROP or ADD courses for the 2018-2019 school year is TOMORROW, April 27th. You can view your current course requests for next school year on PowerSchool. Contact your guidance counselor if you would like to make adjustments.
  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 TOMORROW, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • This past week, Maggie Hine, Paul Planker and Cole Thompson competed at DECA International Competition with over 20,000 students from all over the world. Paul Planker and Cole Thompson received recognition in the Marketing Management Team Decision Making Event for scoring 85% or higher on both test and role play components of their event. This was the second largest event at International Competition. Maggie Hine received some of the highest recognition as she was a top 10 finalist in the world in her event, Automotive Services Marketing. Maggie also received recognition for earning one of the highest test scores in her event and was recognized for receiving an 85% or higher on her role play portions as well.Congratulations again to these three students on their success at DECA International Competition!
  • STUDENTS: If you have turned in a prom guest form, please frequently check your email for an approval message.
  • Post Prom tickets are on sale NOW during all lunches. Tickets are $10! If you purchase a ticket before May 2nd you will be entered for a chance to win a boutonniere or a corsage from Plainfield Florist.
  • The 2nd Annual PHS ‘Red Pride Run for the Rescues’organized by PHS Student Government and the Class of 2018 is this Saturday, April 28th @ 9am at Hummel Park. Monetary and pet product donations will be accepted. All donations will be given to the Hendricks Co. Humane Shelter or the Hendricks County Animal Shelter. Dogs are welcome at this event. Join us for this 2 mile walk/run that starts at 9:30! No pre-registration is required! Please register online on the website at https://redpriderun.wixsite.com/2018/register
  • Congratulations to the following seniors for being selected as the 2018 PHS Prom Royalty candidates: Garrett Lee, Paul Planker and Cole Thompson are the Prom King candidates, and Natalie Gulley, Jamie Lautenschlager and Sam Olinger are the Queen candidates. Again, congratulations! We look forward to seeing you all in your royal attire at prom!
  • CONGRATULATIONS to both winter percussion ensembles on an outstanding trip to the WGI World Finals in Dayton, OH this past weekend!!! Close to 200 groups from all over the United States and several from overseas attended the competition. The groups represented PHS and the Plainfield community at the highest level as both were competing against the best in the world in their respective classes. The concert group finished 6th in it's class, which is impressive considering this is the first year the group has existed! The movement group topped off an outstanding season and was named the Class A World Champion scoring a 96.225 out of a possible 100 points! This is the first World Championship that the winter percussion has won in it's 20 years of existence!
  • Congratulations to Women's Chorus, Elles Chantent Intermediate Women's Chorus and Men's Chorus for earning Gold Awards in both performance and sight-reading this past Saturday at ISSMA Organization Contest taking place at Avon High School. Way to go, everyone!!
  • Do you love to sing, play an instrument, dance, paint, write, or have another talent that you would like to show the students and community? Now is your chance! The PHS Fine Arts Showcase is next Friday, May 4th. We are holding auditions for the live performance pieces on May 2nd from 3:30-6:00 pm in the choir room. Sign-ups for an audition time are located on the windows of the cafeteria. For all artwork/writing, you will just need to email a picture of it by May 2nd to Mrs. Rowland and Mrs. Freeman. The PHS SHOWCASE will be Friday, MAY 4th at 6:00 pm. All students, family, and community members are welcome to attend!
  • Students it is time for Hot Dog Days!

In May it will be:

Sophomores on Friday, May 4 &

Freshmen on Thursday, May 10

  • The PHS Academic Science team is one of the top 7 teams in the state and will compete in the State Competition at Purdue University on May 5. Good Luck to Team Captain Dylan Miller and Team Members Dax Patel, Caleb Ulery, Payten Ybanez, Avery Bennett, and Robert Rahr.
  • Attention all prom-goers: Tickets are currently available online! Please see the link on our twitter account @PlainfieldProm. If you purchase tickets online, you can pick them up during lunch next week, April 30-May 4. Purchasing online is the only way to use a debit or credit card. Prom tickets will be sold here at school next week, April 30-May 4. Only cash or check will be accepted. All tickets are $40. Please make sure you have a Code of Conduct on file and that you fill out a guest form if taking an underclassman or a student from another school. Guest forms are available at the main office. We can’t wait to ‘Unmask the Night’ at the Masquerade Ball!
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Do you want to represent your class in the PHS Student Government next year? Applications for the Senate are available in the Main Office and are due Friday, May 4th. See Mrs. Freeman if you have any questions.
  • Please return your overdue library books to the media center as soon as possible. All library books are due by Wednesday, May 9th.
  • The Evening of Distinction will be held on Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited. For scholarships to be listed in the Evening of Distinction program, seniors MUST provide the Guidance Office with verification of scholarship awards by May 18th. Examples of acceptable scholarship verification include official letters or certificates from the awarding university and/or organization. If submitting university scholarships, seniors should only submit awards from the university that they plan to attend in the fall.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

April 24, 2018

  • Congratulations to the following seniors for being selected as the 2018 PHS Prom Royalty candidates: Garrett Lee, Paul Planker and Cole Thompson are the Prom King candidates, and Natalie Gulley, Jamie Lautenschlager and Sam Olinger are the Queen candidates. Again, congratulations! We look forward to seeing you all in your royal attire at prom!
  • CONGRATULATIONS to both winter percussion ensembles on an outstanding trip to the WGI World Finals in Dayton, OH this past weekend!!! Close to 200 groups from all over the United States and several from overseas attended the competition. The groups represented PHS and the Plainfield community at the highest level as both were competing against the best in the world in their respective classes. The concert group finished 6th in it's class, which is impressive considering this is the first year the group has existed! The movement group topped off an outstanding season and was named the Class A World Champion scoring a 96.225 out of a possible 100 points! This is the first World Championship that the winter percussion has won in it's 20 years of existence!
  • Congratulations to Women's Chorus, Elles Chantent Intermediate Women's Chorus and Men's Chorus for earning Gold Awards in both performance and sight-reading this past Saturday at ISSMA Organization Contest taking place at Avon High School. Way to go, everyone!!
  • Students it is time for Hot Dog Days!

In May it will be:

Sophomores on Friday, May 4 &

Freshmen on Thursday, May 10

  • The PHS Academic Science team is one of the top 7 teams in the state and will compete in the State Competition at Purdue University on May 5. Good Luck to Team Captain Dylan Miller and Team Members Dax Patel, Caleb Ulery, Payten Ybanez, Avery Bennett, and Robert Rahr.
  • Attention all prom-goers: Tickets are currently available online! Please see the link on our twitter account @PlainfieldProm. If you purchase tickets online, you can pick them up during lunch the week of April 30-May 4. Purchasing online is the only way to use a debit or credit card; if you purchase here at school the week of April 30-May 4, you will need to pay with cash or check. All tickets are $40. Please make sure you have a Code of Conduct on file, and that you fill out a guest form for an underclassman or a student from another school. Guest forms are available at the main office. We can’t wait to ‘Unmask the Night’ at the Masquerade Ball!
  • Post Prom tickets will be on sale during all lunches beginning April 25. Tickets are $10! If you purchase a ticket before May 2nd you will be entered for a chance to win a boutonniere or a corsage from Plainfield Florist.
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Are you amazing at shooting video? Are you a whiz at updating social media? The publications staff wants you! We are looking to fill 2 spots for next year -- a videographer/editor and a social media manager. No journalism experience required! If you have a space in your schedule and want to earn a credit for doing something you love, see Mrs. Burress in E104 ASAP!
  • The media center will be closed after school on Wednesday, April 25th. NHS tutoring will be in guidance.
  • Attention all students: the Hendricks County Community Career Fair is this Thursday, April 26th from 2:15 – 5:15 pm in the Fieldhouse. Organizations are looking to fill part-time jobs, seasonal positions, internships, and career opportunities so there is something for everyone! Teachers, 2:15 – 3:05 will be exclusively for PHS students so you are welcome to bring your class down during 7th period.
  • This Friday, April 27th is the deadline to DROP or ADD course requests for next school year. Please check your requested courses in Powerschool and contact your guidance counselor if you would like to make revisions.
  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 this Friday, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • The 2nd Annual PHS ‘Red Pride Run for the Rescues’organized by PHS Student Government and the Class of 2018 will occur this Saturday, April 28th @ 9am at Hummel Park. All donations will be given to the Hendricks Co. Humane Shelter & the Hendricks County Animal Shelter. Dogs are welcome at this event. Join us for this 2 mile walk/run! Please register on the website at https://redpriderun.wixsite.com/2018/register
  • Do you love to sing, play an instrument, dance, paint, write, or have another talent that you would like to show the students and community? Now is your chance! The PHS Fine Arts Showcase is coming up on May 4th. We are holding auditions for the live performance pieces on May 2nd from 3:30-6:00pm in the choir room. Sign-ups for an audition time are located on the windows of the cafeteria. For all artwork/writing, you will just need to email a picture of it by May 2nd to Mrs. Rowland and Mrs. Freeman. The PHS SHOWCASE will be Friday, MAY 4th at 6:00 pm. All students, family, and community members are welcome to attend!
  • The Evening of Distinction will be held on Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited. For scholarships to be listed in the Evening of Distinction program, seniors MUST provide the Guidance Office with verification of scholarship awards by May 18th. Examples of acceptable scholarship verification include official letters or certificates from the awarding university and/or organization. If submitting university scholarships, seniors should only submit awards from the university that they plan to attend in the fall.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

april 23, 2018

CONGRATULATIONS to both winter percussion ensembles on an outstanding trip to the WGI World Finals in Dayton, OH this past weekend!!! Close to 200 groups from all over the United States and several from overseas attended the competition. The groups represented PHS and the Plainfield community at the highest level as both were competing against the best in the world in their respective classes. The concert group finished 6th in it's class, which is impressive considering this is the first year the group has existed! The movement group topped off an outstanding season and was named the Class A World Champion scoring a 96.225 out of a possible 100 points! This is the first World Championship that the winter percussion has won in it's 20 years of existence!

Student Announcements: 

April 19, 2018

  • It’s HOT DOG DAY for all Seniors and Juniors!!! Join the administrators outside door #21 to get a yummy hot dog during your lunch hour.
  • MSA would like to thank all of the students and faculty who participated in the 6 v 6 soccer tournament fundraiser last Friday. Team ‘Too Much Koss’ played against the stacked Faculty All-Stars and ultimately lost in the championship 3-2. It was a great time with a great turnout for a great cause! So once again, thank you, PHS!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Good Luck to our PHS Winter Percussion Ensembles today and tomorrow at the WGI National Championships!
  • Students it is time for Hot Dog Days! Mark your calendar for your day.
  • This week we have:

Seniors & Juniors on Thursday, April 19

In May it will be:

Sophomores on Friday, May 4 &

Freshmen on Thursday, May 10

  • This year's spring play "You Can't Take it With You" opens TONIGHT and runs through Saturday at 7:00 each evening. Come see this light-hearted comedy about an eccentric family who will have you rolling in the aisles! Students, just for you the $5 vouchers are BACK! Come pick yours up Friday before school in the auditorium lobby. No cost for a voucher but if you show it at the box office, you get in for only $5…that's a $3 savings! Regular student tickets are $8 & adults are $10 so get your voucher for an awesome deal!
  • Juniors that are interested in attending the field trip to the Area 31 Career Center need to have their permission slips turned in to guidance TODAY.
  • The Academic Super Bowl team traveled to Greencastle on Tuesday evening for the Area Competition. The Fine Arts and Math teams each got 3rd place, the Social Studies team got 2nd place, and the Science team got 1st place out of 18 teams. The Science team is one of the top 7 teams in the state and will compete in the State Competition at Purdue University on May 5. Good Luck to Team Captain Dylan Miller and Team Members Dax Patel, Caleb Ulery, Payten Ybanez, Avery Bennett, and Robert Rahr Good Luck! Congratulations and good job to all the students who participated in the PHS Academic Super Bowl this year!
  • Good Luck to Maggie Hine, Paul Planker and Cole Thompson at DECA Nationals Competition this weekend.
  • Attention all prom-goers: Tickets are currently available online! Please see the link on our twitter account @PlainfieldProm. If you purchase tickets online, you can pick them up during lunch the week of April 30-May 4. Purchasing online is the only way to use a debit or credit card; if you purchase here at school the week of April 30-May 4, you will need to pay with cash or check. All tickets are $40. Please make sure you have a Code of Conduct on file, and that you fill out a guest form for an underclassman or a student from another school. Guest forms are available at the main office. We can’t wait to ‘Unmask the Night’ at the Masquerade Ball!
  • Post Prom tickets will be on sale during all lunches beginning April 25. Tickets are $10! If you purchase a ticket before May 2nd you will be entered for a chance to win a boutonniere or a corsage from Plainfield Florist.
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • NHS tutoring will be in guidance after school TODAY. The media center will close right after school. The media center will also close at 3:15 on Friday, April 20th.
  • Are you amazing at shooting video? Are you a whiz at updating social media? The publications staff wants you! We are looking to fill 2 spots for next year -- a videographer/editor and a social media manager. No journalism experience required! If you have a space in your schedule and want to earn a credit for doing something you love, see Mrs. Burress in E104 ASAP!
  • Physical Night is April 23 with HRH physicians. Physicals are $25 and you must sign up for a time. In order to participate in any athletic summer activities, athletes must have a completed physical after April 1 and online forms on file.
  • Attention all students: the Hendricks County Community Career Fair is next Thursday, April 26th from 2:15 – 5:15 pm in the Fieldhouse. Organizations are looking to fill part-time jobs, seasonal positions, internships, and career opportunities so there is something for everyone! Teachers, 2:15 – 3:05 will be exclusively for PHS students so you are welcome to bring your class down during 7th period.
  • Next Friday, April 27th is the deadline to DROP or ADD course requests for next school year. Please check your requested courses in Powerschool and contact your guidance counselor if you would like to make revisions.
  • The 2nd Annual PHS ‘Red Pride Run for the Rescues’organized by PHS Student Government and the Class of 2018 will occur on April 28th @ 9am at Hummel Park. All donations will be given to the Hendricks Co. Humane Shelter & the Hendricks County Animal Shelter. Dogs are welcome at this event. Join us for this 2 mile walk/run! Please register on the website at https://redpriderun.wixsite.com/2018/register
  • Do you love to sing, play an instrument, dance, paint, write, or have another talent that you would like to show the students and community? Now is your chance! The PHS Fine Arts Showcase is coming up May 4th. We are holding auditions for the live performance pieces on May 2nd from 3:30-6:00pm in the choir room. Sign-ups for an audition time are located on the windows of the cafeteria. For all artwork/writing, you will just need to email a picture of it by May 2nd to Mrs. Rowland and Mrs. Freeman. The PHS SHOWCASE will be Friday, MAY 4th at 6:00pm. All students, family, and community members are welcome to attend!
  • The Evening of Distinction will be held on Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited. For scholarships to be listed in the Evening of Distinction program, seniors MUST provide the Guidance Office with verification of scholarship awards by May 18th. Examples of acceptable scholarship verification include official letters or certificates from the awarding university and/or organization. If submitting university scholarships, seniors should only submit awards from the university that they plan to attend in the fall.
  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

April 18, 2018

  • The Reading Club will be meeting Wednesday, April 18th after school in the media center classroom. The meeting will last until 3:45.
  • Attention everyone TONIGHT at 8:30 come out and watch our State Championship percussion ensembles perform their show before they head off to the WGI National Championships in Dayton, OH where they will try to earn our first ever percussion National Championship. Let’s pack the gym to wish them good luck at Nationals!
  • MSA would like to thank all of the students and faculty who participated in the 6 v 6 soccer tournament fundraiser last Friday. Team ‘Too Much Koss’ played against the stacked Faculty All-Stars and ultimately lost in the championship 3-2. It was a great time with a great turnout for a great cause! So once again, thank you, PHS!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, April 19. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Students it is time for Hot Dog Days! Mark your calendar for your day.

`This week we have:

Seniors & Juniors on Thursday, April 19

In May it will be:

Sophomores on Friday, May 4 &

Freshmen on Thursday, May 10

  • Congratulations to the following Plainfield Track Athletes for placing in the top 2 at the Mid-West Prep Track Meet at Lawrence Central. 1st Place: Olivia Utterback in the 100m Hurdles, Lauren Joseph in the Pole Vault, and Dalton Kane in the 3200m Run 2nd Place: Dara Smith in the 400m Dash, Aubrey Barker in the High Jump, Lain Wagoner in the Pole Vault, Gage Jacobs in the 400m Dash, and Brandon Denbrook in the Pole Vault
  • This year's spring play "You Can't Take it With You" is this weekend, April 19-21 at 7:00 each evening, on our very own PHS stage! Come see this light-hearted comedy about an eccentric family who will have you rolling in the aisles! Students, just for you the $5 vouchers are BACK! Come pick yours up this Thursday or Friday before school in the auditorium lobby. No cost for a voucher but if you show it at the box office, you get in for only $5…that's a $3 savings! Regular student tickets are $8 & adults are $10 so get your voucher for an awesome deal! See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • Juniors that are interested in attending the field trip to the Area 31 Career Center need to have their permission slips turned in to guidance by Thursday, April 19.
  • Attention all prom-goers: Tickets are currently available online! Please see the link on our twitter account @PlainfieldProm. If you purchase tickets online, you can pick them up during lunch the week of April 30-May 4. Purchasing online is the only way to use a debit or credit card; if you purchase here at school the week of April 30-May 4, you will need to pay with cash or check. All tickets are $40. Please make sure you have a Code of Conduct on file, and that you fill out a guest form for an underclassman or a student from another school. Guest forms are available at the main office. We can’t wait to ‘Unmask the Night’ at the Masquerade Ball!
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • NHS tutoring will be in guidance after school on Thursday. The media center will close right after school.
  • The media center will close at 3:15 on Friday, April 20th.
  • Are you amazing at shooting video? Are you a whiz at updating social media? The publications staff wants you! We are looking to fill 2 spots for next year -- a videographer/editor and a social media manager. No journalism experience required! If you have a space in your schedule and want to earn a credit for doing something you love, see Mrs. Burress in E104 ASAP!
  • Physical Night is April 23 with HRH physicians. You must sign up for a time. Physicals are $25. Athletes must have a completed physical after April 1 and online forms on file for all summer activities.
  • Students: Mark your calendars for next Thursday, April 26th for the PHS Career Fair. It will take place from 2:15 until 5:15. Talk to your 7th period teacher if you would like to attend.
  • The 2nd Annual PHS ‘Red Pride Run for the Rescues’organized by PHS Student Government and the Class of 2018 will occur on April 28th @ 9AM at Hummel Park. All donations will be given to the Hendricks Co. Humane Shelter & the Hendricks County Animal Shelter. Dogs are welcome at this event. Join us for this 2 mile walk/run! Please register on the website at https://redpriderun.wixsite.com/2018/register
  • The Evening of Distinction will be held on Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited. For scholarships to be listed in the Evening of Distinction program, seniors MUST provide the Guidance Office with verification of scholarship awards by May 18th. Examples of acceptable scholarship verification include official letters or certificates from the awarding university and/or organization. If submitting university scholarships, seniors should only submit awards from the university that they plan to attend in the fall.
  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.

Student Announcements:

April 17, 2018

  • “Good luck” today to the Academic Super Bowl team as they travel to Greencastle for the Area Competition!
  • Attention everyone tomorrow night, April 18 at 8:30 come out and watch our State Championship percussion ensembles perform their show before they head off to the WGI National Championships in Dayton, OH where they will try to earn our first ever percussion National Championship. Let’s pack the gym to wish them good luck at Nationals!
  • Congratulations to the following Plainfield Track Athletes for placing in the top 2 at the Mid-West Prep Track Meet at Lawrence Central.

1st Place: Olivia Utterback in the 100m Hurdles, Lauren Joseph in the Pole Vault, and Dalton Kane in the 3200m Run

2nd Place: Dara Smith in the 400m Dash, Aubrey Barker in the High Jump, Lain Wagoner in the Pole Vault, Gage Jacobs in the 400m Dash, and Brandon Denbrook in the Pole Vault

  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, April 19. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • This year's spring play "You Can't Take it With You" is this weekend, April 19-21 at 7:00 each evening, on our very own PHS stage! Come see this light-hearted comedy about an eccentric family who will have you rolling in the aisles! Students, just for you the $5 vouchers are BACK! Come pick yours up this Thursday or Friday before school in the auditorium lobby. No cost for a voucher but if you show it at the box office, you get in for only $5…that's a $3 savings! Regular student tickets are $8 & adults are $10 so get your voucher for an awesome deal! See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • Juniors that are interested in attending the field trip to the Area 31 Career Center need to have their permission slips turned in to guidance by Thursday, April 19.
  • Attention all prom-goers: Tickets are currently available online! Please see the link on our twitter account @PlainfieldProm. If you purchase tickets online, you can pick them up during lunch the week of April 30-May 4. Purchasing online is the only way to use a debit or credit card; if you purchase here at school the week of April 30-May 4, you will need to pay with cash or check. All tickets are $40. Please make sure you have a Code of Conduct on file, and that you fill out a guest form for an underclassman or a student from another school. Guest forms are available at the main office. We can’t wait to ‘Unmask the Night’ at the Masquerade Ball!
  • The Reading Club will be meeting Wednesday, April 18th after school in the media center classroom. The meeting will last until 3:45.
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Students it is time for Hot Dog Days! Mark your calendar for your day.

This week we have:

Seniors & Juniors on Thursday, April 19

In May it will be:

Sophomores on Friday, May 4 &

Freshmen on Thursday, May 10

  • NHS tutoring will be in guidance after school on Thursday. The media center will close at 3:15.
  • The media center will close at 3:15 on Friday, April 20th.
  • Students: Mark your calendars for next Thursday, April 26th for the PHS Career Fair. It will take place from 2:15 until 5:15. Talk to your 7th period teacher if you would like to attend.
  • The Evening of Distinction will be held on Thursday, May 24th @ 7pm in the high school auditorium. This prestigious event recognizes the academic and athletic excellence of the class of 2018. The community is invited to this event to help celebrate our honored guests. A cake and punch reception will be held in the cafeteria following the program. Senior participation is via invitation only and seniors must have received an award in order to be invited. For scholarships to be listed in the Evening of Distinction program, seniors MUST provide the Guidance Office with verification of scholarship awards by May 18th. Examples of acceptable scholarship verification include official letters or certificates from the awarding university and/or organization. If submitting university scholarships, seniors should only submit awards from the university that they plan to attend in the fall.
  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements:

April 12, 2018

  • Our 3487 Red Pride Robotics team will compete at the State Competition at Kokomo High School tomorrow and Saturday. We are currently ranked 15th in the state out of 49 High School Robotics Teams. Great job and good luck at State!
  • Don’t Forget about the MSA 6v6 Fundraiser Soccer tourney TOMORROW NIGHT! Game time is 6:00 and it only costs $3 to attend. The winning student team will then face a talented faculty team! Players need to report at 5:30 to the varsity soccer field. This is a fundraiser for Leena Sheppard!
  • Last Friday night at the Riley Dance Marathon, it was revealed that students at PHS raised $15,580 for Riley Hospital for Children this year! Thank you to all the students who helped make this accomplishment possible by attending the event, fundraising, and working on the committee throughout the year. Awesome job PHS for a great cause!
  • Congratulations to the winter percussion ensembles! This past Saturday, the concert group finished second in the state; an amazing accomplishment considering this is the 1st time in school history that a group like this has existed. The movement group came home as STATE CHAMPIONS, wrapping up an outstanding competition season! BOTH groups will spend the next week and a half preparing for their final performances of the season at the WGI National Championships in Dayton, OH where they hope to earn the school's first ever percussion national championship. Please put Wednesday, April 18th on your calendar as they will be putting on a community performance at 8:30 pm in the main gym. This will be a send-off performance before the groups head to Dayton on Thursday, April 19th and we would love to have a packed house for this event!
  • Seniors: The Plainfield Lions Club Scholarship is due TODAY. Also, the Kiwanis Club of Plainfield Scholarship, the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, and the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce Vocational Scholarship are all due TOMORROW, Friday, April 13th. These applications and materials must be submitted to Mr. Reber by the deadline.
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Students: Are you interested in a trade or apprenticeship program? Attend the Hendricks County Apprenticeship & Trades Fair at Avon High School TONIGHT at 6:00 pm. The program is free and open to the public. No matter what grade level, there is something for everyone!
  • The Red Pride Dance Team will have a call-out meeting with the new dance coach TOMORROW MORNING at 7:15 am in the black box theater room.
  • Attention juniors and seniors: Ivy Tech will be visiting PHS on Friday, April 13th during 6th period in G104. A representative from Ivy Tech’s Honors Program will also be available to discuss more information about this program and answer any questions. Please sign up for these visits in Naviance or see Mr. Reber in guidance.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day Friday will be donated.
  • Mark your calendars for Wednesday, April 18 at 8:30 and come watch our state championship percussion ensembles perform their show before they head off to the National Championships. Let’s pack the gym for this talented group!
  • This year's spring play "You Can't Take it With You" opens next weekend, April 19-21, on our very own PHS stage! Come see this light-hearted comedy about an eccentric family who will have you rolling in the aisles! Students, just for you the $5 vouchers are BACK! Come pick yours up next Wednesday, Thursday or Friday before school in the auditorium lobby. No cost for a voucher but if you show it at the box office, you get in for only $5…that's a $3 savings! Regular student tickets are $8 & adults are $10 so get your voucher next week for an awesome deal! See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • Attention all prom-goers: Tickets are currently available online! Please see the link on our twitter account @PlainfieldProm. If you purchase tickets online, you can pick them up during lunch the week of April 30-May 4. Purchasing online is the only way to use a debit or credit card; if you purchase here at school the week of April 30-May 4, you will need to pay with cash or check. All tickets are $40. Please make sure you have a Code of Conduct on file, and that you fill out a guest form for an underclassman or a student from another school. Guest forms are available at the main office. We can’t wait to ‘Unmask the Night’ at the Masquerade Ball!
  • Students it is time for Hot Dog Days! Mark your calendar for your day:

Juniors: Thursday, April 19

Seniors: Friday, April 20

Sophomores: Friday, May 4

Freshmen: Thursday, May 10

  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

student Announcements: 

April 10, 2018

  • Friday night at the Riley Dance Marathon, it was revealed that students at PHS raised $15,580 for Riley Hospital for Children this year! Thank you to all the students who helped make this accomplishment possible by attending the event, fundraising, and working on the committee throughout the year. Awesome job PHS for a great cause!
  • Congratulations to the winter percussion ensembles! This past Saturday, the concert group finished second in the state; an amazing accomplishment considering this is the 1st time in school history that a group like this has existed. The movement group came home as STATE CHAMPIONS, wrapping up an outstanding competition season! BOTH groups will spend the next week and a half preparing for their final performances of the season at the WGI National Championships in Dayton, OH where they hope to earn the school's first ever percussion national championship. Please put Wednesday, April 18th on your calendar as they will be putting on a community performance at 8:30 pm in the main gym. This will be a send-off performance before the groups head to Dayton on Thursday, April 19th and we would love to have a packed house for this event!
  • Applications for next year’s Student Government Executive Board are now available in Student Services. Only students from the class of 2019 and 2020 can apply. Applications are due to Student Services by TOMORROW, April 11. See Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Early if you have any questions.
  • People who signed up to play in this Friday's 6 v 6 soccer tournament need to pick up their shirts during lunches this week. The brackets and team rosters are posted behind the table in the cafeteria. See you at 5:30 on the varsity field this Friday!!
  • Attention juniors and seniors: IUPUI will be visiting PHS on Thursday, April 12th during 2nd period in G104. Additionally, Ivy Tech will be visiting PHS on Friday, April 13th during 6th period in G104. A representative from Ivy Tech’s Honors Program will also be available to discuss more information about this program and answer any questions. Please sign up for these visits in Naviance or see Mr. Reber in guidance.
  • Seniors: The Plainfield Lions Club Scholarship is due THIS Thursday, April 12th. Also, the Kiwanis Club of Plainfield Scholarship, the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, and the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce Vocational Scholarship are all due THIS Friday, April 13th. These applications and materials must be submitted to Mr. Reber by the deadline.
  • Students: Are you interested in a trade or apprenticeship program? Attend the Hendricks County Apprenticeship & Trades Fair at Avon High School THIS Thursday, April 12th at 6:00 pm. The program is free and open to the public. No matter what grade level, there is something for everyone!
  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • The Red Pride Dance Team will have a call-out meeting with the new dance coach this Friday at 7:15 am in the black box theater room.
  • Anything left at the end of the day in lost and found will be donated.
  • Our 3487 Red Pride Robotics team has qualified and will compete at the state competition at Kokomo High School on April 13th and 14th. We are currently ranked 15th in the state out of 49 High School Robotics Teams. Great job and good luck at state!
  • This year's spring play "You Can't Take it With You" opens next weekend, April 19-21, on our very own PHS stage! Come see this light-hearted comedy about an eccentric family who will have you rolling in the aisles! Students, just for you the $5 vouchers are BACK! Come pick yours up next Wed, Thurs or Fri before school in the auditorium lobby. No cost for a voucher but if you show it at the box office, you get in for only $5…that's a $3 savings! Regular student tickets are $8 & adults are $10 so get your voucher next week for an awesome deal! See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • Attention all prom-goers: Tickets are currently available online! Please see the link on our twitter account @PlainfieldProm. If you purchase tickets online, you can pick them up during lunch the week of April 30-May 4. Purchasing online is the only way to use a debit or credit card; if you purchase here at school the week of April 30-May 4, you will need to pay with cash or check. All tickets are $40. Please make sure you have a Code of Conduct on file, and that you fill out a guest form for an underclassman or a student from another school. Guest forms are available at the main office. We can’t wait to ‘Unmask the Night’ at the Masquerade Ball!
  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Please don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

April 9, 2018

  • CONGRATULATIONS to the winter percussion ensembles! This past Saturday, the concert group finished second in the state; an amazing accomplishment considering this is the 1st time in school history that a group like this has existed. The movement group came home as STATE CHAMPIONS, wrapping up an outstanding competition season! BOTH groups will spend the next week and a half preparing for their final performances of the season at the WGI National Championships in Dayton, OH where they hope to earn the school's first ever percussion national championship. Please put Wednesday, April 18th on your calendar as they will be putting on a community performance at 8:30 pm in the main gym. This will be a send-off performance before the groups head to Dayton on Thursday, April 19th and we would love to have a packed house for this event!

Student Announcements: 

April 5, 2018

  • Attention all students: Remember that Friday School consequences are now being served on Thursdays. Please see Mr. Moore or Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Attention freshmen, sophomores, and juniors: Early College Planning Night is TONIGHT at 6:00 pm in the LGI Room. Join the guidance office to learn more about the college search process, what you should be doing now, and financial aid information. It is never too early to start planning your post-secondary plans!
  • The PHS winter guards will be putting on a community performance this TONIGHT at 8pm to celebrate a successful winter season. Please enter Door 7 if you are planning to attend!
  • Seniors: the Cindy Weaver Scholarship, Delta Alpha Gamma Sorority Scholarship, and the Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship are all due this Friday, April 6th. Also, the Tri Kappa Scholarship and Tri Kappa Vocational Scholarship are due this Saturday, April 7th. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to receive local scholarships! See Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit TOMORROW, April 6th and wear your Plainfield Spirit Wear or Riley Dance Marathon shirt to get a chance to win a gift card. There will be one winner chosen every lunch period.
  • There is a Volleyball call-out meeting TOMORROW, April 6th at 3:45 in the LGI room.
  • Good Luck to our winter percussion ensembles at State Finals this weekend in Terre Haute. The movement group will perform at 2:09 pm while the concert group performs at 6:05 pm. Go cheer them on and help bring home a State Championship!
  • Belles et Beaux and Femmes Fatales traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to participate in Show Choir Nationals over Spring Break. Femmes Fatales placed 3rd in their division with Abby Moyers named best soloist and crew named best crew. Belles et Beaux placed 10th among very stiff competition in the mixed division. Congratulations for a wonderful show choir season!
  • PHS show choir auditions will be held April 9-11. See Mrs. Heaton in the choir room for further details.
  • Attention 9th graders: If you are completing the Youth Leadership Hendricks County Application, please remember to get that application turned into Student Services by April 9. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp in the Ellipse or during lunch with any questions.
  • Applications for next year’s Student Government Executive Board are now available in Student Services. Only students from the class of 2019 and 2020 can apply. Applications are due to Student Services by Wednesday, April 11. See Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Early if you have any questions.
  • Our 3487 Red Pride Robotics team has qualified and will compete at the state competition at Kokomo High School on April 13th and 14th. We are currently ranked 15th in the state out of 49 High School Robotics Teams. Great job and good luck at state!
  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Please don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.

Student Announcements: 

April 3, 2018

  • Over spring break, BOTH winter percussion ensembles qualified for State Finals and will be performing at Indiana State University's Hulman Center in Terre Haute this coming Saturday. The movement group will perform at 2:09 pm while the concert group performs at 6:05 pm. Please consider traveling to see these performances as both groups are favorites to win STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS this weekend!
  • This past spring break our very own 3487 Red Pride Robotics Team finished as semi-finalists in both the Plainfield District Event and the Tippecanoe District Event. In the quarter finals of the Plainfield District Event hosted here at PHS, our team was seeded as the 7th seed and upset a number 2 seed to advance to the semifinals. Our robotics team has qualified and will compete at the state competition at Kokomo High School on April 13th and 14th. We are currently ranked 15th in the state out of 49 High School Robotics Teams. Great job to all students and staff on this awesome accomplishment, and good luck at state!
  • Congratulations to the following Girls Track Team members at the recent Hoosier State Relays: Aubrey Barker 3rd Place in the High Jump with a personal best jump of 5'4", Lauren Joseph 6th Place in the Pole Vault with a personal best tying vault of 11', Madi Gibson, Sarah O'Day, Lauren Joseph, and Laura Hill 12th Place in the 4x200m Relay, and Madi Gibson 12th Place in the 60m Dash.
  • Boys basketball will be having a call out meeting TODAY, April 3 at 3:15 pm. The meeting will take place in the boys basketball film room. Spring and summer expectations and schedules will be passed out. If you can’t attend due to your spring sport please see Coach Weaver.
  • PHS Show Choir Audition workshops will be held this week: TODAY, April 3 from 6-7 and/or TOMORROW, April 4 from 3:30-4:30. Come learn the audition dance and how auditions work for next year's award winning show choir groups. PHS show choir auditions will be held April 9-11. See Mrs. Heaton in the choir room for further details.
  • The call out meeting for girls interested in playing basketball next year will be held TOMORROW morning in Mr. Menser’s room, A101, at 7:20 a.m. This is a mandatory meeting! Make every effort to attend. If you cannot attend please see Mr. Benge in room F205.
  • This Wednesday will be a SMART Academic Day.
  • Attention freshmen, sophomores, and juniors: Early College Planning Night is this Thursday, April 5th at 6:00 pm in the LGI Room. Join the guidance office to learn more about the college search process, what you should be doing now, and financial aid information. It is never too early to start planning your post-secondary plans!
  • The PHS winter guards will be putting on a community performance this coming Thursday, April 5th at 8pm to celebrate a successful winter season. Please enter Door 7 if you are planning to attend!
  • Seniors: the Cindy Weaver Scholarship, Delta Alpha Gamma Sorority Scholarship, and the Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship are all due this Friday, April 6th. Also, the Tri Kappa Scholarship and Tri Kappa Vocational Scholarship are due this Saturday, April 7th. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to receive local scholarships! See Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit this Friday, April 6th and wear your Plainfield Spirit Wear or Riley Dance Marathon shirt to get a chance to win a gift card. There will be one winner chosen every lunch period.
  • There is a Volleyball call-out meeting this Friday, April 6th at 3:45 in the LGI room.
  • Attention Freshman: Any 9th grader who is interested in applying to participate in Youth Leadership Hendricks County next year should pick up an application from Student Services. Completed applications should be returned to Student Services by April 9th. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Applications for next year’s Student Government Executive Board are now available in Student Services. Only students from the class of 2019 and 2020 can apply. Applications are due to Student Services by Wednesday, April 11. See Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Early if you have any questions.
  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Please don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

March 22, 2018

  • Happy Spring Break! Be Safe…and see you back on Monday, April 2!
  • This week is National Disability Awareness Week! TODAY is ‘Purple’ for Epilepsy Awareness.
  • Good Luck to Femmes Fatales and Belles et Beaux as they participate in the Show Choir Nationals competition in Nashville, TN this weekend. Make us proud ladies and gentleman!
  • Good Luck to the Concert and Movement winter percussion ensembles at their state prelims competition this Saturday at Avon and Decatur Central. Good Luck PHS percussion!
  • The PHS Robotics team will be hosting a ‘FIRST Robotics’ event this weekend on Saturday and Sunday for the first time. The event is free to all, and some of the best robots in the state will be on display. All are welcome to attend!
  • Please wish the following Girls Track Team members Good Luck as they participate in the Hoosier State Relays Indoor State Meet this Saturday at IU. Good Luck to Madi Gibson, Sarah O'Day, Lauren Joseph, Laura Hill, Aubrey Barker, and Olivia Utterback.
  • Applications for next year’s Student Government Executive Board are now available in Student Services. Only students from the class of 2019 and 2020 can apply. Applications are due to Student Services by Wednesday, April 11. See Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Early if you have any questions.
  • Attention Freshman: Any 9th grader who is interested in applying to participate in Youth Leadership Hendricks County next year should pick up an application from Student Services. Completed applications should be returned to Student Services by April 9th. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Congratulations to the Varsity Winter Guard for placing 4th in the state at the IHSCGA State Finals competition this past weekend. They had their best showing of the year and represented PHS at the highest level. The performance capped off an outstanding winter season for the winter guard!
  • Congratulations to Femmes Fatales and Belles et Beaux for participating in ISSMA Class A State Show Choir finals this past Saturday at North Central. Femmes Fatales finished 6th in the Unisex Division and Belles et Beaux finished 8th in the Mixed Division competing against very tough competition. Way to go, ladies and gentlemen!!
  • PHS DECA recently attended the DECA State Competition. With over 2,200 students competing, PHS was well represented by our students in all competitive areas! Eleven students were awarded for various components in their event and 3 students qualified to compete at DECA's International Competition this coming month in Atlanta Georgia. Congratulations DECA competitors and award winners!
  • Congrats to the 2018-2019 Key Club Officers:

President: Lucy Blake

Vice President: Jade Worley

Secretary: Karley Sheckles

Treasurer: Bailey Tucker

House of Representatives Rep: Autumn Hillman

  • Boys basketball will be having a call out meeting on Tuesday, April 3 at 3:15 pm. The meeting will take place in the boys basketball film room. Spring and summer expectations and schedules will be passed out. If you can’t attend due to your spring sport please see Coach Weaver.
  • If you love to sing and dance, show choir is for you! There will be audition workshops both April 3rd from 6-7 pm and April 4th from 3:30-4:30 pm to learn the audition dance, get audition tips, learn how the audition process works, meet new people and have fun! Come join us April 3rd and 4th!
  • Come try the new Yogurt Bar at Breakfast! The PHS Cafeteria now offers fresh fruit and granola to top your Yogurt Parfait! We also have a hot breakfast option! Breakfast is served daily from 7:35 am to 8:05 am. Join us for breakfast!
  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Please don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.

Student Announcements: 

March 20, 2018

  • If you are interested in trying out for Boys’ Soccer next season, there will be a call-out meeting TODAY, at 3:30 in the LGI room. If you are unable to attend, please contact Coach Sheppard in room F102 for more information.
  • This week is National Disability Awareness Week!

TODAY is ‘Rainbow’ for Autism Awareness

Wednesday is ‘Blue and Yellow’ for Down Syndrome Awareness

Thursday is ‘Purple’ for Epilepsy Awareness

Wear these colors to show your support this week!

  • Congratulations to the Varsity Winter Guard for placing 4th in the state at the IHSCGA State Finals competition this past weekend. They had their best showing of the year and represented PHS at the highest level. The performance capped off an outstanding winter season for the winter guard!
  • Congratulations to the Concert and Movement winter percussion ensembles for winning their classes at their home show this past weekend. Both groups won by several points! Their state prelims competition is this coming Saturday at Avon and Decatur Central. Good Luck PHS percussion!
  • Congratulations to Femmes Fatales and Belles et Beaux for participating in ISSMA Class A State Show Choir finals this past Saturday at North Central. Femmes Fatales finished 6th in the Unisex Division and Belles et Beaux finished 8th in the Mixed Division competing against very tough competition. Way to go, ladies and gentlemen!!
  • The PHS Robotics team will be showcasing our robot in the ellipse on Thursday morning before school. Come check it out! We will be hosting a ‘FIRST Robotics’ event this weekend on Saturday and Sunday for the first time. The event is free to all, and some of the best robots in the state will be on display. All are welcome.
  • Applications for next year’s Student Government Executive Board are now available in Student Services. Only students from the class of 2019 and 2020 can apply. Applications are due to Student Services by Wednesday, April 11. See Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Early if you have any questions.
  • Attention Freshmen: Any 9th grader who is interested in applying to participate in Youth Leadership Hendricks County next year should pick up an application from Student Services. Completed applications should be returned to Student Services by April 9th. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • This is a reminder that FCA is meeting Wednesday during SMART period in our regular room, A121. See you at FCA Wednesday during SMART period.
  • PHS DECA attended DECA State Competition last week. With over 2,200 students competing, PHS was well represented by our students in all competitive areas! Eleven students were awarded for various components in their event and 3 students qualified to compete at Deca's International Competition this coming month in Atlanta Georgia. Congratulations DECA competitors and award winners!
  • Congrats to the 2018-2019 Key Club Officers:

President: Lucy Blake

Vice President: Jade Worley

Secretary: Karley Sheckles

Treasurer: Bailey Tucker

House of Representatives Rep: Autumn Hillman

  • Attention everyone at PHS! It is time for Spring Cleaning! Key Club will be collecting used shoes until March 22. We are collecting shoes for the Changing Footprints project: shoes for distribution to homeless, disaster-stricken, or underprivileged people locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnicity. Please bring your donations and drop off in the boxes located at door 1, door 7, and door 21.
  • “The purpose of life is to contribute in some way to making things better.” JFK. This week you are busy with tests, activities, and spring break plans, but do you have time to help someone in need? The Interact club challenges you to take a few minutes to see what you can share. From now until spring break, we will be collecting gently used soccer equipment: soccer balls and cleats to donate to the Medina village school in Sierra Leona, Africa. Any sizes will work. Collection boxes are located at doors 1, 7, and 21.
  • If you love to sing and dance, show choir is for you! There will be audition workshops both April 3rd from 6-7 pm and April 4th from 3:30-4:30 pm to learn the audition dance, get audition tips, learn how the audition process works, meet new people and have fun! Come join us April 3rd and 4th!
  • Come try the new Yogurt Bar at Breakfast! The PHS Cafeteria now offers fresh fruit and granola to top your Yogurt Parfait! We also have a hot breakfast option! Breakfast is served daily from 7:35 am to 8:05 am. Join us for breakfast!
  • Students, the Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 27. There will be no bus transportation to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Please don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

March 16, 2018

  • The PHS Academic Super Bowl team went to Mooresville on Tuesday to compete in the Mid-State Conference competition. Fine Arts and Social Studies each placed 3rd, and say “Congratulations” to the Science team for winning the conference championship in their discipline! Overall, the PHS Academic Super Bowl team placed 3rd. They also answered the 2nd most number of questions correctly, narrowly missing out by just one correct answer. PHS travels to Greencastle on April 17 for the area competition. Good job Academic Super Bowlers!
  • Good Luck to the PHS Show Choirs--Femmes Fatales and Belles et Beaux as they compete in Class A ISSMA State Show Choir Finals this Saturday at North Central.
  • PHS DECA attended DECA State Competition last week. With over 2,200 students competing, PHS was well represented by our students in all competitive areas! Eleven students were awarded for various components in their event and 3 students qualified to compete at Deca's International Competition this coming month in Atlanta Georgia. Congratulations DECA competitors and award winners!
  • The PHS Varsity Winter Guard will compete for a state championship this coming Saturday at Center Grove High School! They will perform at 12:42pm. GOOD LUCK at State!!!
  • Our PHS Winter Percussion groups will compete this weekend at the PHS invitational. The concert group goes on at 3:59 pm and the movement group competes at 7:25 pm. Join here at PHS to cheer them on!
  • Congrats to the 2018-2019 Key Club Officers:

 President: Lucy Blake

Vice President: Jade Worley

Secretary: Karley Sheckles

Treasurer: Bailey Tucker

House of Representatives Rep: Autumn Hillman

  • Okay, PHS, you have 2 days left to sign up to play in the MSA 6 v 6 soccer tournament to raise money for the Sheppard family. So, sign up during your lunch TODAY!! The cost is $10, which includes a very cool shirt designed by senior Sydney Jones. Let’s KICK IT for BABY LEENA!
  • Remember that all AP exam order forms are due to the treasurer by the end of the school day TODAY. Please contact Mr. Newbold in guidance if you have any questions.
  • Students: If you will be 18 before November 6, 2018 you are eligible to register to vote and can vote in the primary on May 8. Hendricks County Voices 4 Change (a non-partisan organization) will be holding a registration drive TODAY, March 16 during your lunch period. If you would like to register on Friday you will need either your state id or the last four digits of your social security number.
  • If you are interested in trying out for Boys’ Soccer next season, there will be a call-out meeting next Tuesday, March 20th, at 3:30 in the LGI room. If you are unable to attend, please contact Coach Sheppard in room F102 for more information.
  • Attention everyone at PHS! It is time for Spring Cleaning! Key Club will be collecting used shoes until March 22. We are collecting shoes for the Changing Footprints project: shoes for distribution to homeless, disaster-stricken, or underprivileged people locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnicity. Please bring your donations and drop off in the boxes located at door 1, door 7, and door 21.
  • “The purpose of life is to contribute in some way to making things better.” JFK. This week you are busy with tests, activities, and spring break plans, but do you have time to help someone in need? The Interact club challenges you to take a few minutes to see what you can share. From now until spring break, we will be collecting gently used soccer equipment: soccer balls and cleats to donate to the Medina village school in Sierra Leona, Africa. Any sizes will work. Collection boxes are located at doors 1, 7, and 21.
  • Come try the new Yogurt Bar at Breakfast! The PHS Cafeteria now offers fresh fruit and granola to top your Yogurt Parfait! We also have a hot breakfast option! Breakfast is served daily from 7:35 am to 8:05 am. Join us for breakfast!
  • PHS DECA attended the DECA State Competition last week. With over 2,200 students competing in the competition PHS was well represented by our students in all competitive areas! The following were the results for students who either placed and will advance to International DECA Competition or were recognized with an award for highest test or competitive role-play score.

1.Maggie Hine-Automotive Services Marketing - 2nd place Overall Winner-National Qualifier, competency medallion. Marketing Concepts- 3rd place award. Customer Relations-1st place award. Marketing Promotion-2nd place award

2.Cole Thompson and Paul Planker- Marketing Communications Team Decision Making Event -4th place Overall- National Qualifier

3.Natalie Gulley- Marketing Communications - Overall 6th place, competency medallion. Marketing Communications -1st place

4.Betsy Nichols - Quick Serve Restaurant Marketing- competency medallion

5.Sarah Ewing-Principles of Business Management- top 10 finalist

6.Sam Olinger - Apparel and Accessories Marketing - competency medallion

7.Emma Shoultz -Business Services Marketing -competency medallion

8.Chris Boger- Entrepreneurship- competency medallion. Operations marketing 3rd place award

9.Brayton Vayhinger- Hotel and Lodging Marketing-competency medallion. Promotion Marketing -2nd place

10.Candice Debats-Hotel and Lodging-competency medallion

11.Neyven Garal and Andrea Wright-Travel and Tourism Marketing Team Decision Making Event - Top 10 finalist

  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Please don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

March 8, 2018

  • PHS DECA attended the DECA State Competition this past weekend. With over 2,200 students competing in the competition PHS was well represented by our students in all competitive areas! The following were the results for students who either placed and will advance to International DECA Competition or were recognized with an award for highest test or competitive role-play score.

1.Maggie Hine-Automotive Services Marketing - 2nd place Overall Winner-National Qualifier, competency medallion. Marketing Concepts- 3rd place award. Customer Relations-1st place award. Marketing Promotion-2nd place award

2.Cole Thompson and Paul Planker- Marketing Communications Team Decision Making Event -4th place Overall- National Qualifier

3.Natalie Gulley- Marketing Communications - Overall 6th place, competency medallion. Marketing Communications -1st place

4.Betsy Nichols - Quick Serve Restaurant Marketing- competency medallion

5.Sarah Ewing-Principles of Business Management- top 10 finalist

6.Sam Olinger - Apparel and Accessories Marketing - competency medallion

7.Emma Shoultz -Business Services Marketing -competency medallion

8.Chris Boger- Entrepreneurship- competency medallion. Operations marketing 3rd place award

9.Brayton Vayhinger- Hotel and Lodging Marketing-competency medallion. Promotion Marketing -2nd place

10.Candice Debats-Hotel and Lodging-competency medallion

11.Neyven Garal and Andrea Wright-Travel and Tourism Marketing Team Decision Making Event - Top 10 finalist

  • RED PRIDE CHEER TRY-OUTS for the 2018-2019 school year will be Thursday, March 15! A MANDATORY call-out meeting will be held for any interested incoming freshman and current freshman, sophomores & juniors TONIGHT at 6:00 p.m. in Room E112, enter Door 7. See Coach Moscoloni in Room E112 if you have questions or are unable to attend the call-out!
  • Congratulations to Belles et Beaux and Femmes Fatales for making finals and finishing 4th and 3rd in their divisions at Avon Vocal Invitational at Avon High School this past Saturday. Show Choir Band also earned best band awards in both unisex and mixed divisions! Good Luck this weekend at Lawrence Central!
  • Good Luck to the PHS Varsity Winter Guard at semi-state this Saturday where they hope to qualify for state finals!
  • Good Luck to our PHS percussion groups in competition this Saturday and Sunday as they compete in their first national competition of the season.
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Retired Teachers Association Scholarship is due TODAY, March 8th. This scholarship is for any student who is majoring in education and has been accepted into a four-year college. Applications are available in guidance and must be submitted to Mr. Reber by the end of the day TODAY.
  • Good luck to Grace and Gabi McCarty competing at IHSDTA State Dance Competition this Friday!
  • The next competition for our PHS Academic Super Bowl teams is Tuesday, March 13, at Mooresville High School for the Mid-State Conference competition.
  • Join the PHS AP Physics students at PHYSICS FOR ALL, a fun-filled evening of demonstrations, models, stage shows, and hands-on experiments. Those attending will be able to witness physics and science first-hand! This event is on Wednesday, March 14 beginning at 5:30 in the Ellipse and at 7:00 in the Auditorium. Admission is $5 and all proceeds go toward providing scholarships for Plainfield elementary students to attend Camp Invention!
  • Attention ALL STUDENTS WHO HAVE A CODE OF CONDUCT FORM ON FILE: MSA is hosting a 6 on 6 soccer tournament on Friday, April 13, to raise money for the Sheppard family. The cost to participate is $10, which includes your shirt; and if you just want to come and support your favorite team, the cost is $3. Sign-ups will be take place during lunches now until Friday, March 16. See any MSA member or Ms. Farris with questions. Just like we did with the orange shirts, let's rally and show our support for baby Leena!!
  • Attention everyone at PHS! It is time for Spring Cleaning! Key Club will be collecting used shoes until March 22. We are collecting shoes for the Changing Footprints project: shoes for distribution to homeless, disaster-stricken, or underprivileged people locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnicity. Please bring your donations and drop off in the boxes located at door 1, door 7, and door 21.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Please don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

march 6, 2018

  • It's decision time. Coke or Pepsi, republican or democrat, Superman or Batman? None of it matters. The real question is who will you be cheering for TONIGHT at 6:00 when the Plainfield Junior Basketball League brings its rivalry to PHS. It's the Plainfield All Stars versus the St. Susanna Spartans. Egos are on the line and the trash talk has already started. Bring $5.00 for admission and come ready to make some noise. The PJBL rivalry game is a benefit game for Drew Sheppard's family. The soccer team will also be having a juggle-a-thon during halftime. Come out TONIGHT for a fun time and to support Baby Leena!
  • Congratulations to the Varsity Winter Guard for winning their round and placing 5th overall this past weekend at state prelims. They have advanced to semi-state this Saturday where they hope to qualify for state finals!
  • Congratulations to the winter percussion movement group for placing 2nd and the concert group for finishing 1st this past weekend at New Palestine high school. Both groups will be in competition this Saturday and Sunday as they compete in their first national competition of the season.
  • Tomorrow, March 7th, is the Winter Sports Awards event. Chili-Mac n’ Cheese will be served at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria with the awards to follow in the Auditorium. Please dress appropriately, no jeans!
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Retired Teachers Association Scholarship is due this Thursday, March 8th. This scholarship is for any student who is majoring in education and has been accepted into a four-year college. Applications are available in guidance and must be submitted to Mr. Reber by Thursday.
  • Attention ALL STUDENTS WHO HAVE A CODE OF CONDUCT FORM ON FILE: MSA is hosting a 6 on 6 soccer tournament on Friday, April 13, to raise money for the Sheppard family. The cost to participate is $10, which includes your shirt; and if you just want to come and support your favorite team, the cost is $3. Sign-ups will be take place during lunches now until Friday, March 16. See any MSA member or Ms. Farris with questions. Just like we did with the orange shirts, let's rally and show our support for baby Leena!!
  • The next competition for our PHS Academic Super Bowl teams is Tuesday, March 13, at Mooresville High School for the Mid-State Conference competition.
  • Attention everyone at PHS! It is time for Spring Cleaning! Key Club will be collecting used shoes until March 22. We are collecting shoes for the Changing Footprints project: shoes for distribution to homeless, disaster-stricken, or underprivileged people locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnicity. Please bring your donations and drop off in the boxes located at door 1, door 7, and door 21.
  • RED PRIDE CHEER TRY-OUTS for the 2018-2019 school year will be Thursday, March 15! A MANDATORY call-out meeting will be held for any interested incoming freshman and current freshman, sophomores & juniors on Thursday, March 8 at 6:00 p.m. in Room E112, enter Door 7. See Coach Moscoloni in Room E112 if you have questions or are unable to attend the call-out!
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Please don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

march 1, 2018

  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY! Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • All play crew members need to stop and see Mrs. Alexander by THIS Friday.
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit TOMORROW! Wear your Plainfield Spirit Wear and get a chance to win a gift card donated by the PHS PTO. There will be one winner chosen each lunch period.
  • Anyone interested in finding out more about the Esports program here at PHS should come to one of the call-out meetings. The Esports meetings will be held in the LGI room tomorrow, March 2nd after school until 3:30 and on Tuesday, March 6th before school from 7:20-7:45. We will be discussing our upcoming spring competition season and what it means to be a part of the Esports team.
  • Softball tryouts are Monday, March 5 from 4:45-6:45 in the fieldhouse. Make sure your physical and online forms are complete and on file in athletics.
  • On Tuesday evening at Danville High School in the Hendricks County Academic Super Bowl competition Plainfield High School finished overall in 2nd place, a mere two points away from the championship. Social Studies, English, and Math all finished in 2nd place in their respective disciplines. Congratulations team on a job well done! The next competition is Tuesday, March 13, at Mooresville High School for the Mid-State Conference competition.
  • It's decision time. Coke or Pepsi, republican or democrat, Superman or Batman? None of it matters. The real question is who will you be cheering for next Tuesday night, March 6 at 6:00 when the Plainfield Junior Basketball League brings its rivalry to PHS. It's the Plainfield All Stars: Gray, Blankenship, Nyswander, Yano, McMurtrie, Dennison, McCarty, Anderson and Conway versus the St. Susanna Spartans: McCrackin, Vayhinger, Gellert, Gallert, Cicierko, Hernandez, Donahue and Reynolds. Egos are on the line and the trash talk has already started. Bring $5.00 for admission and come ready to make some noise. The action takes place at 6:00 on March 6.
  • The boys swimming team had a strong showing at the State Championship meet last weekend. Sophomore Jackson VanWanzeele was the team's top finisher placing 10th in two events, the 200 freestyle and the 100 butterfly. Juniors Max Wiser and Nolan Mennonno teamed with VanWanzeele and freshman Brock Kinnamon to finish 16th in the 400 freestyle relay with a new school record time. The 200 freestyle relay of senior Sean Rogers, Wiser, Mennonno and VanWanzeele finished 19th. Wiser also competed in the 50 freestyle where he finished 24th and the 100 freestyle where he finished 26th.
  • Congratulations to the Varsity Winter Guard for placing 2nd and the JV Guard for placing 3rd in their respective classes this past weekend at Northview High School! The Varsity guard will be competing this coming weekend in the IHSCGA State Prelims competition at Mooresville High School.
  • Congratulations to the Winter Percussion ensembles this past weekend! Both the movement and concert groups won their classes in dominating fashion. They will be in competition again this weekend at New Palestine High School.
  • Belles et Beaux and Femmes Fatales received 3rd Place in their respective divisions at Anderson Singsational Show Choir Competition this past Saturday. They compete at Avon High School this Saturday. Go for it ladies and gentlemen!
  • The Booster Club Monte Carlo Night was a huge success! The Red Pride Booster Club would like to thank all those involved for all your support in making the event so successful. Congratulations to the big raffle winner and thank you for donating a portion of it back to the Booster Club!
  • Congratulations to juniors Romael Khan, Tori Kinnamon, and Nevaeh Parks for finishing in the top three spots for this year's Optimist Essay Contest! One of these gifted writers will win $250 and have a chance at a $2500 scholarship. Best of luck to Romael, Tori and Nevaeh!
  • Attention everyone at PHS! It is time for Spring Cleaning! Key Club will be collecting used shoes now until March 22. We are collecting shoes for the Changing Footprints project: shoes for distribution to homeless, disaster-stricken, or underprivileged people locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnicity. Please bring your old shoes to drop off in the boxes located at door 1, door 7, and door 21.
  • Attention ALL STUDENTS WHO HAVE A CODE OF CONDUCT FORM ON FILE: MSA is hosting a 6 vs. 6 soccer tournament on Friday, April 13, to raise money for the Sheppard family. The cost to participate is $10, which includes your shirt; and if you just want to come and support your favorite team, the cost is $3. Sign-ups will be held during lunch starting Monday, March 5 and ending on Friday, March 16. See any MSA member or Ms. Farris with questions. Just like we did with the orange shirts, let's rally and show our support for baby Leena!!
  • RED PRIDE CHEER TRY-OUTS for the 2018-2019 school year will be Thursday, March 15! A MANDATORY call-out meeting will be held for any interested incoming freshman and current freshman, sophomores & juniors on Thursday, March 8 at 6:00 p.m. in Room E112, enter Door 7. See Coach Moscoloni in Room E112 if you have questions or are unable to attend the call-out!
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Please don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

February 27, 2018

  • The boys swimming team had a strong showing at the State Championship meet last weekend. Sophomore Jackson VanWanzeele was the team's top finisher placing 10th in two events, the 200 freestyle and the 100 butterfly. Juniors Max Wiser and Nolan Mennonno teamed with VanWanzeele and freshman Brock Kinnamon to finish 16th in the 400 freestyle relay with a new school record time. The 200 freestyle relay of senior Sean Rogers, Wiser, Mennonno and VanWanzeele finished 19th. Wiser also competed in the 50 freestyle where he finished 24th and the 100 freestyle where he finished 26th.
  • Congratulations to the Varsity Winter Guard for placing 2nd and the JV Guard for placing 3rd in their respective classes this past weekend at Northview High School! The Varsity guard will be competing this coming weekend in the IHSCGA State Prelims competition at Mooresville High School.
  • Congratulations to the Winter Percussion ensembles this past weekend! Both the movement and concert groups won their classes in dominating fashion. They will be in competition again this weekend at New Palestine High School.
  • Belles et Beaux and Femmes Fatales received 3rd Place in their respective divisions at Anderson Singsational Show Choir Competition this past Saturday. They compete at Avon High School this Saturday. Go for it ladies and gentlemen!
  • The Booster Club Monte Carlo Night was a huge success! The Red Pride Booster Club would like to thank all those involved for all your support in making the event so successful. Congratulations to the big raffle winner and thank you for donating a portion of it back to the Booster Club!
  • Congratulations to juniors Romael Khan, Tori Kinnamon, and Nevaeh Parks for finishing in the top three spots for this year's Optimist Essay Contest! One of these gifted writers will win $250 and have a chance at a $2500 scholarship. Best of luck to Romael, Tori and Nevaeh!
  • Good Luck to our Boy’s Basketball team as they begin sectional action TONIGHT vs. Avon. The game is at Terre Haute South at 6:00. Let’s Go RED PRIDE!
  • Our Academic Super Bowl teams are competing TODAY at Danville High School at 4:30. Good Luck in your competitions!
  • Attention everyone at PHS! It is time for Spring Cleaning! Key Club will be collecting used shoes now until March 22. We are collecting shoes for the Changing Footprints project: shoes for distribution to homeless, disaster-stricken, or underprivileged people locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnicity. Please bring your old shoes to drop off in the boxes located at door 1, door 7, and door 21.
  • Attention ALL STUDENTS WHO HAVE A CODE OF CONDUCT FORM ON FILE: MSA is hosting a 6 vs. 6 soccer tournament on Friday, April 13, to raise money for the Sheppard family. The cost to participate is $10, which includes your shirt; and if you just want to come and support your favorite team, the cost is $3. Sign-ups will be held during lunch starting Monday, March 5 and ending on Friday, March 16. See any MSA member or Ms. Farris with questions. Just like we did with the orange shirts, let's rally and show our support for baby Leena!!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, March 1. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • All play crew members need to stop and see Mrs. Alexander by THIS Friday.
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit this Friday, March 2nd by wearing your Plainfield Spirit Wear and get a chance to win a gift card donated by the PHS PTO. There will be one winner chosen every lunch period.
  • If you are interested in playing softball this year, tryouts are March 5th. Please see Coach Collier in room G202, ASAP, if you have not met with her yet.
  • RED PRIDE CHEER TRY-OUTS for the 2018-2019 school year will be Thursday, March 15! A MANDATORY call-out meeting will be held for any interested incoming freshman and current freshman, sophomores & juniors on Thursday, March 8 at 6:00 p.m. in Room E112, enter Door 7. See Coach Moscoloni in Room E112 if you have questions or are unable to attend the call-out!
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Please don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements:

February 15, 2018

  • Students…Have a Great Mid-Winter Break! See you back at school on Tuesday. Enjoy your 4-day weekend.
  • Attention Students: All next week (Feb. 20-23) if you are arriving late, you must enter at Door #1. You will NOT be able to get in at Door #7. Thanks.
  • Congratulations Plainfield on a very successful Blood Drive. 94 Units were collected this week- and if you add that to our total of 105 in November- we gave 199 units total! Fantastic Job and a big thanks to all the donors. Our best drive in 5 Years!
  • Congratulations to our newest PHS Ambassadors, Mackenzie Dalton, Emma Eldridge, Neyven Garal, Kayla Gossman, Claire Harper, Rachel Jones, Lucy Kacur, Alexander Kessinger, Sarah Legg, Elaina Lewis, Grant Lusk, Sarah Meyer, Mason Naaman, Ann Nahlen, Betsy Nichols, Emma Owen, Abi Philips, Mae Planker, David Pugh, Natalie Sheets, and McKaya Simon. They join your current Ambassadors, Bri Brown, Mason Burress, Taylor Faulkenberg, Cade Gibbs and Kaiah Haberkorn.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY! Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Seniors: The Kiwanis Club of Plainfield Scholarship is due to Mr. Reber in guidance TODAY.
  • The Junior Prom Committee is hosting a fundraiser at Sky Zone TONIGHT from 4:00 – 8:00. Please go and support prom, and tell them we sent you! There are flyers in the main office. Remember, no school tomorrow, so come join us for some fun TONIGHT!
  • Come out TOMORROW NIGHT to cheer on our Red Pride Boys’ basketball teams at HOME vs. Franklin. Games begin at 6:00. It is SENIOR NIGHT…GO RED PRIDE!
  • Good Luck to PHS Wrestler L.J. Burdon as he competes in the 132 pound weight class in the State Wrestling Championships this Friday and Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse!
  • Good Luck to our Boy’s Swimmers and Divers in Sectionals this weekend. GO RED PRIDE!!!
  • Good Luck to our PHS Winter Guard in their competitions this weekend.
  • Congratulations to Mikayla and Kristina Zick for a strong finish at the State Diving Championships this past weekend. Mikayla placed 11th in the state and Kristina placed 12th in the STATE. Great job ladies!
  • This past Saturday the Dance team traveled to Crawfordsville to compete. Team Jazz placed 5th overall. Grace McCarty and Gabi McCarty placed 2nd with their duet and will be traveling to Kokomo this Saturday to compete in Semi State. Good Luck ladies!
  • Calling all students interested in being on a crew for our spring play "You Can't Take it With You"! There will be a call-out meeting on February 20 after school until 4:15 in the drama room. Come and find out more about how you can help behind the scenes. See Mrs. Alexander with questions.
  • Pizza. Karaoke. Dodgeball. Next Tuesday, February 20, from 4:00 – 8:00 at Skyzone all these can be yours for a mere $5. Sheltering Wings is hosting a great time at Skyzone for all PHS students and you are invited. Hope to see you there!
  • Students, are you interested in a career in cosmetology? Harrold Beauty Academy will be visiting PHS next Wednesday, February 21st during SMART period. This information session will cover careers in cosmetology and is open to all students. Sign up in Naviance in order to attend.
  • The 2018 Hendricks County College and Career Fair is next Thursday, February 22nd from 6:30 – 8:00 pm at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds in Danville. Over 100 colleges and career organizations will be available to meet with students and families so there is something for everyone. The fair is free and open to all grade levels!
  • Students! If you are interested in learning more about the local Vincennes University Logistics program, please consider attending a field trip on 2/26. To sign up, go to Naviance and click on ‘visits’ or come to the guidance for more information.
  • If you are interested in playing softball this year, tryouts are March 5th. Please see Coach Collier in room G202, ASAP, if you have not met with her yet.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

February 13, 2018

  • The PHS Blood Drive is TODAY! Please show up at your designated time.All students that donate get T-shirts!
  • The Plainfield Wrestling team had four wrestlers compete in the Evansville Semi-State this past Saturday. Cameron Allen, Chase Spears, and Jack Biddle all wrestled extremely well and just fell short of qualifying for the state tournament. L.J. Burdon had a fantastic tournament finishing 3rd place out of 16 wrestlers in the 132 pound weight class and qualifying for the State Wrestling Championships this Friday and Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse!
  • Congratulations to Mikayla and Kristina Zick for a strong finish at the State Diving Championships this past weekend. Mikayla placed 11th in the state and Kristina placed 12th in the STATE. Great job ladies!
  • Auditions for this year's spring play "You Can't Take it With You" will be held TODAY, Feb. 13 from 3:15-5:30 in the drama room. See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • Academic Super Bowl-ers, you HAVE to pay your $25 by TOMORROW morning. I repeat, all Academic Super Bowl students need to pay your $25 to the treasurer by Wednesday morning or else you won’t get your shirt and food.
  • Attention Actors and Actresses: The Film Club still has just a few roles to fill for their two upcoming films. If you would like to audition for a role, plan on coming to a quick audition on Wednesday, February 14 right after school in H204. Any questions? Please see Mrs. Sedwick in Room H204.
  • The Junior Prom Committee is hosting a fundraiser at Sky Zone on Thursday, February 15 from 4:00 – 8:00. Please go and support prom, and tell them we sent you! We will also have flyers in the main office. Remember, no school the next day, so join us for some fun!
  • Seniors: The Kiwanis Club of Plainfield Scholarship is due this Friday, February 16th. Applications are available in Naviance and must be turned in to Mr. Reber. Please see guidance if you have any questions.
  • Calling all students interested in being on a crew for our spring play "You Can't Take it With You"! There will be a call-out meeting on February 20 after school until 4:15 in the drama room. Come and find out more about how you can help behind the scenes. See Mrs. Alexander with questions.
  • Pizza. Karaoke. Dodgeball. On Tuesday, February 20, from 4:00 – 8:00 at Skyzone all these can be yours for a mere $5. Sheltering Wings is hosting a great time at Skyzone for all PHS students and you are invited. Hope to see you there!
  • Students, are you interested in a career in cosmetology? Harrold Beauty Academy will be visiting PHS on Wednesday, February 21st during SMART period. This information session will cover careers in cosmetology and is open to all students. Sign up in Naviance in order to attend.
  • The 2018 Hendricks County College and Career Fair is Thursday, February 22nd from 6:30 – 8:00 pm at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds in Danville. Over 100 colleges and career organizations will be available to meet with students and families so there is something for everyone. The fair is free and open to all grade levels!
  • Students! If you are interested in learning more about the local Vincennes University Logistics program, please consider attending a field trip on 2/26. To sign up, go to Naviance and click on ‘visits’ or come to the guidance for more information.
  • If you are interested in playing softball this year, tryouts are March 5th. Please see Coach Collier in room G202, ASAP, if you have not met with her yet.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

February 8, 2018

  • Game Club for tonight has been cancelled. 
  • Students: The final, final deadline to order a yearbook is Monday, February 12th. Don’t miss out…place your order by Monday! The Yearbook Order Center can be reached online at yearbookordercenter.com or via toll free number: 1-866-287-3096, M-F, 9am-6pm. The PHS school code is #2787.
  • Group Picture Day is Monday, February 12. Schedules are posted around the school. Check the schedule to see when your groups are being photographed. All photos will be taken in the gym
  • The PHS Blood Drive is next Tuesday, February 13. Sign-up during your lunch this week.All students that donate get T-shirts!
  • Girls’ tennis has their open workout tonight at 8:30 in the fieldhouse. You must have a physical on file and all online forms completed to participate.
  • This week is National School Counseling week. Make sure to thank your school counselor for all of their hard work and help they provide students!
  • Attention Parents: Want to find out more about helping with Post Prom and other fun stuff? Consider attending February's PTO meeting. It will be on February 12th at 7pm at 756 Sycamore Court, Plainfield. Any questions contact Mona Miller @ mail4millers@yahoo.com.
  • All Academic Super Bowl students need to pay the treasurer by Monday, February 12. See your coaches or Mr. Peters if you have any questions.
  • Auditions for this year's spring play "You Can't Take it With You" will be held on Monday, Feb. 12 and Tuesday, Feb. 13 from 3:15-5:30 in the drama room. You only need to attend ONE audition day. Sign up for auditions outside Mrs. Alexander's room. Audition materials, including scripts & audition forms, are available inside Mrs. Alexander's room as well. See her with any questions.
  • Any student interested in a chance at a $2500 scholarship, listen up! The annual Optimist International Essay Contest is underway, and the deadline for submissions has been extended to February 12, 2018. If you are interested in submitting an essay addressing the question "Can society function without respect?" please ask your English teacher for more information! There is also an Oratorical scholarship, please see Mrs. Sanford for information.
  • The Junior Prom Committee is hosting a fundraiser at Sky Zone on Thursday, February 15 from 4:00 – 8:00. Please go and support prom, and tell them we sent you! We will also have flyers in the main office. Remember, no school the next day, so join us for some fun!
  • Seniors: The Kiwanis Club of Plainfield Scholarship is due February 16th. Applications are available in Naviance and must be turned in to Mr. Reber by this deadline. Please see guidance if you have any questions.
  • Students! If you are interested in learning more about the local Vincennes University Logistics program, please consider attending a field trip on 2/26. To sign up, go to Naviance and click on ‘visits’ or come to the guidance for more information.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

February 6, 2018

  • Herff Jones has once again extended our YEARBOOK ORDER DEADLINE! IT HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12! Don’t miss out…place your order!The Yearbook Order Center can be reached online at yearbookordercenter.com or via toll free number: 1-866-287-3096, M-F, 9am-6pm. The PHS school code is #2787.
  • The PHS Blood Drive is next Tuesday, February 13. Sign-ups will be during lunch all this week.All students get T-shirts!
  • New Ambassadors need to see Mrs. Ricketts today please.
  • Good Luck to our two PHS Divers in the Girls Diving Regional tonight at PHS at 6:00!
  • Girls’ tennis has their open workout tonight at 8:30 in the fieldhouse. You must have a physical on file to participate.
  • Tomorrow is a “Be Involved” Smart Day. Clubs will be meeting!
  • This week is National School Counseling week. Make sure to thank your school counselor for all of their hard work and help they provide students!
  • Dentists will be coming to PHS on February 9 to see students during the school day! If you do not have a dentist or need dental care, this is your chance to take care of your one and only last set of teeth! See the nurse for consent forms and answers to all your questions.
  • Attention Parents: Want to find out more about helping with Post Prom and other fun stuff? Consider attending February's PTO meeting. It will be on February 12th at 7pm at 756 Sycamore Court, Plainfield. Any questions contact Mona Miller @ mail4millers@yahoo.com.
  • All Academic Super Bowl students are to pay the treasurer by Monday, February 12. See your coaches or Mr. Peters if you have any questions.
  • Auditions for this year's spring play "You Can't Take it With You" will be held on Monday, Feb. 12 and Tuesday, Feb. 13 from 3:15-5:30 in the drama room. You only need to attend ONE audition day. Sign up for auditions outside Mrs. Alexander's room. Auditions materials, including scripts & audition forms, are available inside Mrs. Alexander's room as well. See her with any questions.
  • Any student interested in a chance at a $2500 scholarship, listen up! The annual Optimist International Essay Contest is underway, and the deadline for submissions has been extended to February 12, 2018. If you are interested in submitting an essay addressing the question "Can society function without respect?" please ask your English teacher for more information! There is also an Oratorical scholarship, please see Mrs. Sanford for information.
  • Seniors: The Kiwanis Club of Plainfield Scholarship is due February 16th. Applications are available in Naviance and must be turned in to Mr. Reber by this deadline. Please see guidance if you have any questions.
  • Students! If you are interested in learning more about the local Vincennes University Logistics program, please consider attending a field trip on 2/26. To sign up, go to Naviance and click on ‘visits’ or come to the guidance for more information.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

February 1, 2018

  • GOOD LUCK to our PHS Lady Swimmers as they begin sectional action TONIGHT at home at 5:30. Sectionals for swimmers and divers continue Saturday morning at PHS!
  • Tomorrow, February 2, is the last day to drop an elective class for a study hall. Please go to the guidance office to pick up a drop form if you wish to meet this deadline.
  • Show your Red Pride Spirit TOMORROW, February 2nd by wearing your Plainfield Spirit Wear and get a chance to win a gift card donated by the PHS PTO. There will be one winner chosen every lunch period.
  • The next PHS Blood Drive is February 13. Sign-ups will be during Lunch all next week.
  • The YEARBOOK ORDER DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5!The Yearbook Order Center can be reached online at yearbookordercenter.com or via toll free number: 1-866-287-3096, M-F, 9am-6pm. The PHS school code is #2787.
  • Good Luck to our PHS Wrestlers at the Mooresville Regional this Saturday. Our wrestlers competing are Chase Spears, Cameron Allen, Jack Biddle, L.J. Burdon, Jakob Sheets, Connor Holt and Jacob Platt. GO RED PRIDE!
  • The PHS Dance team traveled to Mt. Vernon this past Saturday. The team placed 7th in the large group category. Senior Grace McCarty and Junior Gabrielle McCarty placed 4th in the Duet category.
  • Dentists will be coming to PHS on February 9 to see students during the school day! If you do not have a dentist or need dental care, this is your chance to take care of your one and only last set of teeth! See the nurse for consent forms and answers to all your questions. Consent forms are due by TOMORROW, February 2.
  • Do you enjoy shows such as "The Office" or "Parks and Recreation"? Have you ever wanted to star in one? Then come on down to audition for "Student_Film.MP4", a short film following the antics of high school cameraman, Ryan, and his remediation classmates. When Ryan wants to film a movie for his college application, but also has to plan homecoming and balance his grades, he may have bitten off more than he can chew. This film is about responsibility, rekindling old friendships, and most of all, film. If you are interested in auditioning, come to Room H204 this Friday, Feb. 2 after school. Questions? See Mrs. Sedwick in Room H204.
  • Our Lady Quaker Basketball team opens sectional play Friday night at 7:30 at Avon. Good luck ladies!
  • Good Luck to our PHS Wrestlers at the Mooresville Regional this Saturday. Our wrestlers competing are Chase Spears, Cameron Allen, Jack Biddle, L.J. Burdon, Jakob Sheets, Connor Holt and Jacob Platt. GO RED PRIDE!
  • All Academic Super Bowl students are to pay the treasurer by Monday, February 12. See your coaches or Mr. Peters if you have any questions.
  • Any student interested in a chance at a $2500 scholarship, listen up! The annual Optimist International Essay Contest is underway, and the deadline for submissions has been extended to February 12, 2018. If you are interested in submitting an essay addressing the question "Can society function without respect?" please ask your English teacher for more information! There is also an Oratorical scholarship, please see Mrs. Sanford for information.
  • Seniors: The Kiwanis Club of Plainfield Scholarship is due February 16th. Applications are available in Naviance and must be turned in to Mr. Reber by this deadline. Please see guidance if you have any questions.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • It is basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

January 30, 2018

  • YEARBOOK SALES DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 5! A major power outage over the weekend has made the Yearbook Order Center inaccessible at times. Therefore, for your convenience, the yearbook order deadline has been extended to Monday, February 5. The Yearbook Order Center can also be reached via toll free number: 1-866-287-3096, M-F, 9am-6pm. The PHS school code is #2787.
  • Attention THEATRE buffs! This year's spring play has been selected and we need YOU to make it happen! Come to a call-out meeting TODAY from 3:15-4:15 in the drama room after school to find out what it is and how you can be involved! Audition information will also be given at this meeting. See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • The Plainfield Wrestling team finished 4th as a team out of 11 teams this past Saturday at the Avon Wrestling Sectional. 7 individual Plainfield wrestlers will advance to the Mooresville Regional this Saturday. Chase Spears was sectional champion at 195 pounds. Cameron Allen and Jack Biddle finished 2nd. L.J. Burdon and Jakob Sheets finished 3rd. Connor Holt and Jacob Platt finished 4th. If you see these wrestlers please congratulate them on this fantastic achievement and wish them luck at regionals.
  • The PHS Dance team traveled to Mt. Vernon this past Saturday. The team placed 7th in the Large group category. Senior Grace McCarty and Junior Gabrielle McCarty placed 4th in the Duet category.
  • Calling all girls tennis players. There will be a meeting for anyone planning to try-out for spring tennis this Wednesday, January 31 at 3:30 in the cafeteria. If you cannot attend, please see Coach Siepman on Thursday.
  • You are cordially invited to our Plainfield High School Show Choir Community Preview this Wednesday, January 31 at 6:30 pm in the high school auditorium. Admission is free! Belles et Beaux and Femmes Fatales will present their 2018 Competition shows. We will also feature our newest preparatory show choir group - the Nouvelles. We hope to see you Wednesday evening at 6:30!
  • Seniors: Anderson University will be visiting PHS on Thursday, February 1st at 10:00 am in the guidance classroom. This meeting is ONLY for students that have either applied or have been admitted to Anderson University. Sign up in Naviance in order to attend.
  • Dentists will be coming to PHS on February 9 to see students during the school day! If you don’t have a dentist or need dental care, this is your chance to take care of your one and only last set of teeth! See the nurse for consent forms and answers to all your questions. Consent forms are due by February 2.
  • Do you enjoy shows such as "The Office" or "Parks And Recreation"? Have you ever wanted to star in one? Then come on down to audition for "Student_Film.MP4", a short film following the antics of high school cameraman, Ryan, and his remediation classmates. When Ryan wants to film a movie for his college application, but also has to plan homecoming and balance his grades, he may have bitten off more than he can chew. This film is about responsibility, rekindling old friendships, and most of all, film. If you are interested in auditioning, come to Room H204 on Friday, Feb. 2 after school. Questions? See Mrs. Sedwick in Room H204.
  • Juniors – the West Point Society of Indiana will be holding a Leadership & Ethics Conference on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. The purpose of this conference is to help make good, young leaders better leaders by giving them tools they can use as leaders in your school and community. Small group discussions led by Cadets from West Point, the premier leadership school in the country, are the highlight of the conference. The conference is free to attend. Please see Mr. Reber if you are interested in attending.
  • Any student interested in a chance at a $2500 scholarship, listen up! The annual Optimist International Essay Contest is underway, and the deadline for submissions has been extended to February 12, 2018. If you are interested in submitting an essay addressing the question "Can society function without respect?" please ask your English teacher for more information! There is also an Oratorical scholarship, please see Mrs. Sanford for information.
  • Seniors: The Kiwanis Club of Plainfield Scholarship is due February 16th. Applications are available in Naviance and must be turned in to Mr. Reber by this deadline. Please see guidance if you have any questions.
  • PHS had 58 students qualify in their respective events at DECA District 8 competition last week and will represent Plainfield DECA at the Indiana State DECA Conference this year. The following students finished in first place: Paul Planker, Cole Thompson Serina Bennici, Katie Abell, Maggie Hine, and Betsy Nichols. We are the largest district in the STATE of Indiana, so CONGRATULATIONS to these students!
  • Attention Students: If you have not received your report card, please stop by the main office during passing period TODAY to pick it up!
  • Fall athletic patches that were ordered are available for pick-up in the athletic office.
  • The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is a national competition. The competition starts at a local level and then the Gold Key award winners compete at a National level. Many of our talented student artists competed this year and we are proud of all of their impressive creations. One of our students is a Gold Key Award Winner…congrats to Grace Miller. Six of our visual artists received awards this year and they are all invited to an art exhibition at Clowes Hall where they will be recognized as Silver and Gold Key award winners. Their works will be displayed at Clowes Hall from January 31st through March 18th with an awards program on the 18th. Students who won awards include:

Honorable Mention

Emma Cooper

Grace Miller

Delaney Fields

Emily Wood

Nevaeh Parks

Silver Key Award

Cheyenne Mason

Gold Key Award

Grace Miller

  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

January 25, 2018

  • Students…wear your ORANGE tomorrow for Homecoming and join us in the Ellipse for a school video at 8:00 a.m.!!!! It is an ORANGE day at school, the basketball games and the Homecoming dance! Let’s all support Mr. Sheppard and Leukemia awareness!
  • The Winter Homecoming dance is this Friday, January 26 from 9-11:30 p.m. in the PHS Ellipse. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. You must have a code of conduct on file to attend. The dance is NOT a semi-formal dance…please wear ORANGE! There are still some orange t-shirts for sale in the Quaker Corner for $10. All the money from t-shirt sales will go to support Mr. Sheppard’s daughter. Let’s go ORANGE PHS!
  • Congratulations to the 2018 Winter Homecoming Nominees!

Freshman – Madison Cotton, Haley Fair, Riley Heltsley, Gavin Ho, Ethan Reynolds, & Caleb Weigel

Sophomores – Ali Fox, Jacklynn Hopper, Megan Fisher, Liam Donahue, Rylin Flick, & Jeff Gowen

Juniors – Ava Aguirre, Megan Galatte, Neyven Garal, Caleb Booher, Romael Khan, & Joey VanHooser

Seniors – Sidrah Badar, Alyssa Laser, Mary Nahlen, Tye Royer, Cole Thompson, & Joel Wolfe

  • The good news is: you can still order a yearbook. The bad news is: there are less than 100 copies available. The really bad news is: the deadline to order is Monday, January 29! Don't delay! Order today at www.yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787.
  • Are you an aspiring actor or actress? Want to be behind the magic of movies? The PHS Film Club is searching for actors, actresses and crew for their next original film. The film is an action-packed quest for redemption, "Tower of the Clenching Dragon Fist". If you have ever dreamed of being in an action film, come to the auditions for actors and crew members this FRIDAY, JAN 26, after school in Room H204. Please note the new meeting date. Questions about the film or auditions? See Mrs. Sedwick in Room H204.
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in being on the 2018 Track teams and IS NOT currently participating in a Winter Sport needs to attend a meeting this Friday, January 26th in the LGI Room at 3:15pm. We will be discussing the updated meet schedule, practice times, throwers uniforms, dri-fit shirts and shorts, hoodies etc… This is a mandatory meeting please plan to attend. Any questions see Coach Pelkey in Room E-203.
  • If you are going to participate on the Unified Track Team, Mrs. Weisbach and Miss Breidinger would like to have your information sheet. We need this in order to communicate future dates and information about practices. If you need a form or need information about participating, please see one of us in room F107 or F209. Come out and make a difference!
  • Attention THEATRE buffs! This year's spring play has been selected and we need YOU to make it happen! Come to a call-out meeting on January 30 from 3:15-4:15 in the drama room after school to find out what it is and how you can be involved! Audition information will also be given at this meeting. See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • PHS had 58 students qualify in their respective events at DECA District 8 competition last week and will represent Plainfield DECA at the Indiana State DECA Conference this year. The following students finished in first place: Paul Planker, Cole Thompson Serina Bennici, Katie Abell, Maggie Hine, and Betsy Nichols. We are the largest district in the STATE of Indiana, so CONGRATULATIONS to these students!
  • Attention Students: If you have not received your report card, please stop by the main office during passing period TODAY to pick it up!
  • Fall athletic patches that were ordered are available for pick-up in the athletic office.
  • Dentists will be coming to PHS on February 9 to see students during the school day! If you don’t have a dentist or need dental care, this is your chance to take care of your one and only last set of teeth! See the nurse for consent forms and answers to all your questions. Consent forms are due by February 2.
  • The Plainfield Dance Team placed fourth at the Greenfield Central competition on Saturday. Senior Grace McCarty and Junior Gabi McCarty placed third with their duet. Congratulations ladies!
  • The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is a national competition. The competition starts at a local level and then the Gold Key award winners compete at a National level. Many of our talented student artists competed this year and we are proud of all of their impressive creations. One of our students is a Gold Key Award Winner…congrats to Grace Miller. Six of our visual artists received awards this year and they are all invited to an art exhibition at Clowes Hall where they will be recognized as Silver and Gold Key award winners. Their works will be displayed at Clowes Hall from January 31st through March 18th with an awards program on the 18th. Students who won awards include:

Honorable Mention

Emma Cooper

Grace Miller

Delaney Fields

Emily Wood

Nevaeh Parks

Silver Key Award

Cheyenne Mason

Gold Key Award

Grace Miller

  • Juniors – the West Point Society of Indiana will be holding a Leadership & Ethics Conference on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. The purpose of this conference is to help make good, young leaders better leaders by giving them tools they can use as leaders in your school and community. Small group discussions led by Cadets from West Point, the premier leadership school in the country, are the highlight of the conference. The conference is free to attend. Please see Mr. Reber if you are interested in attending.
  • Any student interested in a chance at a $2500 scholarship, listen up! The annual Optimist International Essay Contest is underway, and the deadline for submissions has been extended to February 12, 2018. If you are interested in submitting an essay addressing the question "Can society function without respect?" please ask your English teacher for more information! There is also an Oratorical scholarship, please see Mrs. Sanford for information.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

January 23, 2018

  • Congratulations to the 2018 Winter Homecoming Nominees!

Freshman – Madison Cotton, Haley Fair, Riley Heltsley, Gavin Ho, Ethan Reynolds, & Caleb Weigel

Sophomores – Ali Fox, Jacklynn Hopper, Megan Fisher, Liam Donahue, Rylin Flick, & Jeff Gowen

Juniors – Ava Aguirre, Megan Galatte, Neyven Garal, Caleb Booher, Romael Khan, & Joey VanHooser

Seniors – Sidrah Badar, Alyssa Laser, Mary Nahlen, Tye Royer, Cole Thompson, & Joel Wolfe

Final voting will take place now through Wednesday during English classes.

  • This week is WINTER HOMECOMING!!!

The remaining DRESS-UP DAYS are as follows:

Wednesday--Decades Day

Thursday--Disney Day

Friday--ORANGE for Leukemia Awareness. Wear ORANGE to school, the game and the dance!

Note: School dress code still applies to all themes.

  • The Winter Homecoming dance is this Friday, January 26 from 9-11:30 p.m. in the PHS Ellipse. The dance is NOT a semi-formal dance. The theme for winter homecoming is ORANGE for Leukemia awareness so wear your ORANGE to school, the basketball games, and the dance on Friday!!! There are orange t-shirts for sale NOW in the Quaker Corner for $10. They are selling fast, get yours today during lunch. All the money from t-shirt sales will go to support Mr. Sheppard’s daughter. Let’s go ORANGE PHS!
  • The Plainfield Dance Team placed fourth at the Greenfield Central competition on Saturday. Senior Grace McCarty and Junior Gabi McCarty placed third with their duet. Congratulations ladies!
  • Are you an aspiring actor or actress? Want to be behind the magic of movies? The PHS Film Club is searching for actors, actresses and crew for their next original film. The film is an action-packed quest for redemption, "Tower of the Clenching Dragon Fist". If you have ever dreamed of being in an action film, come to the auditions for actors and crew members this FRIDAY, JAN 26, after school in Room H204. Please note the new meeting date. Questions about the film or auditions? See Mrs. Sedwick in Room H204.
  • Attention Students: If you have not received your report card, please stop by the main office during passing period TODAY to pick it up!
  • Fall athletic patches that were ordered are available for pick-up in the athletic office.
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in being on the 2018 Track teams and IS NOT currently participating in a Winter Sport needs to attend a meeting Friday, January 26th in the LGI Room at 3:15pm. We will be discussing the updated meet schedule, practice times, throwers uniforms, dri fit shirts and shorts, hoodies etc… This is a mandatory meeting please plan to attend. Any questions see Coach Pelkey in Room E-203.
  • PHS had 58 students qualify in their respective events at DECA District 8 competition last week and will represent Plainfield DECA at the Indiana State DECA Conference this year. The following students finished in first place: Paul Planker, Cole Thompson Serina Bennici, Katie Abell, Maggie Hine, and Betsy Nichols. We are the largest district in the STATE of Indiana, so CONGRATULATIONS to these students!
  • The good news is: you can still order a yearbook. The bad news is: there are less than 100 copies available. The really bad news is: the deadline to order is January 29, that is one week from today! Don't delay! Order today at www.yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787.
  • Dentists will be coming to PHS on February 9 to see students during the school day! If you don’t have a dentist or need dental care, this is your chance to take care of your one and only last set of teeth! See the nurse for consent forms and answers to all your questions. Consent forms are due by February 2.
  • The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is a national competition. The competition starts at a local level and then the Gold Key award winners compete at a National level. Many of our talented student artists competed this year and we are proud of all of their impressive creations. One of our students is a Gold Key Award Winner…congrats to Grace Miller. Six of our visual artists received awards this year and they are all invited to an art exhibition at Clowes Hall where they will be recognized as Silver and Gold Key award winners. Their works will be displayed at Clowes Hall from January 31st through March 18th with an awards program on the 18th. Students who won awards include:

Honorable Mention

Emma Cooper

Grace Miller

Delaney Fields

Emily Wood

Nevaeh Parks

Silver Key Award

Cheyenne Mason

Gold Key Award

Grace Miller

  • If you are going to participate on the Unified Track Team, Mrs. Weisbach and Miss Breidinger would like to have your information sheet. We need this in order to communicate future dates and information about practices. If you need a form or need information about participating, please see one of us in room F107 or F209. Come out and make a difference!
  • Attention THEATRE buffs! This year's spring play has been selected and we need YOU to make it happen! Come to a call-out meeting on January 30 from 3:15-4:15 in the drama room after school to find out what it is and how you can be involved! Audition information will also be given at this meeting. See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • Juniors – the West Point Society of Indiana will be holding a Leadership & Ethics Conference on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. The purpose of this conference is to help make good, young leaders better leaders by giving them tools they can use as leaders in your school and community. Small group discussions led by Cadets from West Point, the premier leadership school in the country, are the highlight of the conference. The conference is free to attend. Please see Mr. Reber if you are interested in attending.
  • Any student interested in a chance at a $2500 scholarship, listen up! The annual Optimist International Essay Contest is underway, and the deadline for submissions has been extended to February 12, 2018. If you are interested in submitting an essay addressing the question "Can society function without respect?" please ask your English teacher for more information!
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

January 18, 2018

  • Attention Dual Credit Criminology Students…class will NOT meet today.
  • All students need to turn in their course selection sheets for the 2018-2019 school year to their English teachers by this Friday...that’s TOMORROW!!!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY! Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Good Luck to our PHS Swimmers and Divers as they host Terre Haute South at home TONIGHT in the pool at 5:30!
  • Mark your calendars!!! Winter Homecoming is next Friday, January 26! The homecoming dance will be from 9-11:30 p.m. in the PHS Ellipse. The dance is NOT a semi-formal dance. The theme for winter homecoming is ORANGE for Leukemia awareness so wear your ORANGE to school, the basketball games, and the dance on January 26th!!! There will be orange t-shirts for sale in the Quaker Corner for $10 next week. All the money from t-shirt sales will go to support Mr. Sheppard’s daughter.
  • Attention Students: If you have not received your report card, please stop by the main office during passing period TODAY to pick it up!
  • The Plainfield wrestling team lost a close dual meet last night to Center Grove 36-34. Winning wrestlers included Cameron Allen, Tyson Neutzman, Logan Reams, Carter Thornhill, L.J. Burdon, Jacob Platt, and Jack Biddle. The wrestling team will next be in action at Sectionals on Saturday, January 27 at Avon High School.
  • Fall athletic patches that were ordered are available for pick-up in the athletic office.
  • Students: Please make certain that your school parking pass is hanging on your rear view mirror! You don’t want to get a ticket!
  • The good news is: you can still order a yearbook. The bad news is: there are less than 100 copies available. The really bad news is: the deadline to order is January 29. Don't delay! Order today! www.yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787.
  • Attention THEATRE buffs! This year's spring play has been selected and we need YOU to make it happen! Come to a call-out meeting on January 30 from 3:15-4:15 in the drama room after school to find out what it is and how you can be involved! Audition information will also be given at this meeting. See Mrs. Alexander with any questions.
  • Juniors – the West Point Society of Indiana will be holding a Leadership & Ethics Conference on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. The purpose of this conference is to help make good, young leaders better leaders by giving them tools they can use as leaders in your school and community. Small group discussions led by Cadets from West Point, the premier leadership school in the country, are the highlight of the conference. The conference is free to attend. Please see Mr. Reber if you are interested in attending.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

January 16, 2018

  • Mark your calendars!!! Winter Homecoming is Friday, January 26! The homecoming dance will be from 9-11:30pm in the PHS Ellipse. The dance is NOT a semi-formal dance. The theme for winter homecoming is ORANGE for Leukemia awareness so wear your ORANGE to school, the basketball games, and the dance on January 26th!!! There will be orange t-shirts for sale in the Quaker Corner for $10 the week of homecoming. All the money from t-shirt sales will go to support Mr. Sheppard’s daughter.
  • Attention Students: If you have not received your report card, please stop by the main office during passing period TODAY to pick it up!
  • Fall athletic patches that were ordered are available for pick-up in the athletic office.
  • Students: Please make certain that your school parking pass is hanging on your rear view mirror! You don’t want to get a ticket!
  • The Plainfield Wrestling team finished in second place at the Mid-State Conference tournament on Saturday. Cameron Allen was conference champion at 106, LJ Burdon was conference champion at 132, and Chase Spears was conference champion at 182. Logan Reams, Carter Thornhill, Jakob Sheets, and Jack Biddle finished in 3rd Place. Connor Holt, Jacob Platt, and Garrett Sweeney finished 4th. Byron Helton finished in 5th Place and Thomas Hayes finished 6th. The wrestlers will be in action on Wednesday night at home against Center Grove for Senior Night. Come out and support our PHS Wrestlers!
  • Good Luck to our PHS Swimmers and Divers TONIGHT as they host Danville at 5:30. Let’s pack the pool and support our swim teams!
  • Our boys’ basketball teams are on the road tonight at Westfield. Good Luck Quakers!
  • The PHS Dance Team has a fundraiser night at Chicago Pizza TONIGHT from 5-8 pm. Please mention the dance team for us to receive the profits.
  • Attention students: If you did NOT receive a course selection packet in your Smart period last week, please come to Guidance TODAY to pick one up.
  • Good Luck to all of our DECA students at their district competition at Brownsburg High School tomorrow!
  • FCA is back, this Thursday morning. Anyone, and we mean anyone, is welcome to come to FCA this Thursday morning, at 7:21 a.m., in room A121. See you at FCA!
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, January 18. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • The good news is: you can still order a yearbook. The bad news is: there are less than 100 copies available. The really bad news is: the deadline to order is January 29. Don't delay! Order today! www.yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787.
  • Juniors – the West Point Society of Indiana will be holding a Leadership & Ethics Conference on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. The purpose of this conference is to help make good, young leaders better leaders by giving them tools they can use as leaders in your school and community. Small group discussions led by Cadets from West Point, the premier leadership school in the country, are the highlight of the conference. The conference is free to attend. Please see Mr. Reber if you are interested in attending.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

January 15, 2018

  • Mark your calendars!!! Winter Homecoming is Friday, January 26! The homecoming dance will be from 9-11:30pm in the PHS Ellipse. The dance is NOT a semi-formal dance. The theme for winter homecoming is ORANGE for Leukemia awareness so wear your ORANGE to school, the basketball games, and the dance on January 26th!!! There will be orange t-shirts for sale in the Quaker Corner for $10 the week of homecoming. All the money from t-shirt sales will go to support Mr. Sheppard’s daughter.
  • Attention Students: If you did not receive your report card on Thursday, please stop by the main office during passing period to pick it up! Exceptions...if you have Mr. Estridge, Mr. Guth, Mrs. Hummel or Mrs. Armstrong, you will receive yours today during 7th period. Thanks!
  • Students: Welcome Back! Please make certain that your school parking pass is hanging on your rear view mirror! You don’t want to get a ticket!
  • A representative from the Area 31 Career Center will be here on Tuesday, January 16. Interested sophomores and juniors should sign up via Naviance to attend. The meeting will be during 3rd period in the auditorium.
  • CIESC Driver Education is starting an after school class at PHS on Monday, January 22nd and runs through February 8th. This class runs 12 days, Monday through Thursday only, no Fridays. Students must be 15 years of age by the start of class. Pick up information in the school office or log on to the CIESC website to sign up at www.driveredsafety.com . Registration will end on Monday, January 15th. If you have after school activities and cannot attend this class, you can sign up for the online class to work at your own pace at home. Don’t wait, sign up today—learn to drive the right way, CIESC Driver Education!
  • The Plainfield Wrestling team finished in second place at the Mid-State Conference tournament on Saturday. Cameron Allen was conference champion at 106, LJ Burdon was conference champion at 132, and Chase Spears was conference champion at 182. Logan Reams, Carter Thornhill, Jakob Sheets, and Jack Biddle finished in 3rd Place. Connor Holt, Jacob Platt, and Garrett Sweeney finished 4th. Byron Helton finished in 5th Place and Thomas Hayes finished 6th. The wrestlers will next be in action on Wednesday at home against Center Grove for Senior Night.
  • The PHS Dance Team has a fundraiser night at Chicago Pizza this Tuesday night from 5-8 pm. Please mention the dance team for us to receive profits.
  • Attention students: If you did NOT receive a course selection packet in your Smart period last week, please come to Guidance TODAY to pick one up.
  • The good news is: you can still order a yearbook. The bad news is: there are less than 100 copies available. The really bad news is: the deadline to order is January 29. Don't delay! Order today! www.yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787.
  • We are looking for some more students for the Fine Arts Academic Super Bowl team, this area includes visual arts and music. If you are interested in being part of the Fine Arts Academic Super Bowl team, please see Mr. Peters in room A204.
  • Juniors – the West Point Society of Indiana will be holding a Leadership & Ethics Conference on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. The purpose of this conference is to help make good, young leaders better leaders by giving them tools they can use as leaders in your school and community. Small group discussions led by Cadets from West Point, the premier leadership school in the country, are the highlight of the conference. The conference is free to attend. Please see Mr. Reber if you are interested in attending.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

January 9, 2018

  • Students: Welcome Back! Please make certain that your school parking pass is hanging on your rear view mirror! You don’t want to get a ticket!
  • PHS Priority Scheduling Night & Curriculum Fair is this Wednesday, January 10 @ 6p.m. in the auditorium. Parents and students should attend to learn more about scheduling for the 2018-2019 school year.
  • Attention all talented PHS students: the PHS Fine Arts Showcase Audition Sign Ups are now up outside of Mrs. Freeman's classroom, A206. Auditions will be held THIS Wednesday, January 10 @ 6:00 pm in the Choir Room. Just a reminder audition pieces need to be between 1-2 minutes.
  • Would you like to be part of our Spring Unified Track and Field Team? You could be a “BUDDY” or a competitor in several events! You don’t need to be athletic, just love to make a difference in the lives of students with special needs! Come to the call out meeting, TOMORROW, January 10th, at 7:45 a.m. in Miss B’s room, F107.
  • We are looking for some more students for the Fine Arts Academic Super Bowl team, this includes visual arts and music. If you are interested in being part of the Fine Arts Academic Super Bowl team, please see Mr. Peters in room A204.
  • There is no FCA this Thursday morning. Our 1st FCA of 2018 is next week. I repeat, there is no FCA this Thursday morning.
  • Juniors – the West Point Society of Indiana will be holding a Leadership & Ethics Conference on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. The purpose of this conference is to help make good, young leaders better leaders by giving them tools they can use as leaders in your school and community. Small group discussions led by Cadets from West Point, the premier leadership school in the country, are the highlight of the conference. The conference is free to attend. Please see Mr. Reber if you are interested in attending.
  • CIESC Driver Education is starting an after school class at PHS on Monday, January 22nd and runs through February 8th. This class runs 12 days, Monday through Thursday only, no Fridays. Students must be 15 years of age by the start of class. Pick up information in the school office or log on to the CIESC website to sign up at www.driveredsafety.com . Registration will end on Monday, January 15th. If you have after school activities and cannot attend this class, you can sign up for the online class to work at your own pace at home. Don’t wait, sign up today—learn to drive the right way, CIESC Driver Education!
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

December 19, 2017

  • GOOD LUCK on your 7th period FINAL TODAY!
  • The Plainfield Wrestling team finished 3rd on Saturday in the Hendricks County Tournament. Cameron Allen was the County Champion at 106 pounds. Jakob Sheets, Chase Spears, and Jack Biddle finished 2nd. Tyson Nuetzman, Logan Reams, LJ Burdon, and Connor Holt finished in 3rd place. Carter Thornhill, Byron Helton, and Dakota Collyer finished in 4th place. The wrestlers will next be in action at the Mooresville Holiday Classic on December 27 and 28.
  • Seniors: Please make certain and read the important email you received from Mr. Schwanekamp regarding second semester final exam exemptions!
  • In honor of the traditional Holiday song, the 12 days of Christmas, we will be celebrating books with a 12 Books of December project. We hope you will go out and buy a copy or borrow a copy from the media center or public library soon…On the 12th Day… La Belle Sauvage - Book of Dust Volume.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, December 21. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt to celebrate the holiday season and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Any student who is interested in being on the Fine Arts Academic Superbowl Team should see Mr. Peters in room A204. There is still room for you, and we’d love to have you on the Fine Arts Academic Superbowl Team.
  • Juniors – the West Point Society of Indiana will be holding a Leadership & Ethics Conference on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. The purpose of this conference is to help make good, young leaders better leaders by giving them tools they can use as leaders in your school and community. Small group discussions led by Cadets from West Point, the premier leadership school in the country, are the highlight of the conference. The conference is free to attend. Please see Mr. Reber if you are interested in attending.
  • There will be a CIESC Driver Ed Class starting Monday, January 22. The class will run from 3:25 p.m. to 5:55 p.m. Monday's through Thursday's for 3 weeks. You can still sign up for this class at http://driveredsafety.com/ Any questions see Mr. Pelkey in E-203.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec. has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

December 15, 2017

  • Our PHS basketball teams are in action tonight and Saturday! The boys are at HOME tonight against Terre Haute South and again tomorrow night against Danville. The girls are at Martinsville tonight and at the Hoosier Gym in Knightstown against Tri West at 7:00 on Saturday. Good Luck and GO RED PRIDE!
  • PHS is hosting the Hendricks County swimming and diving meet tomorrow. Events start at 8:00 a.m. Come out and support our Plainfield athletes!
  • Good Luck to our PHS Wrestling team this Saturday at Brownsburg High School for the Hendricks County Tournament. The meet starts at 9:00 a.m.
    • Final Exam Schedule:
    • Day 1--Tuesday (12-19)--7th hour
    • Day 2--Wednesday (12-20)--1st, 3rd, 5th hour
    • Day 3--Thursday (12-21)--2nd, 4th, 6th hour
  • Congratulations to our "WE THE PEOPLE" students at their recent State Competition…they made Finals and finished in the top five!
  • In honor of the traditional Holiday song, the 12 days of Christmas, we will be celebrating books with a 12 Books of December project. We hope you will go out and buy a copy or borrow a copy from the media center or public library soon...On the 10th Day… Turtles All the Way Down.
  • Any student who is interested in being on the Fine Arts Academic Superbowl Team should see Mr. Peters in room A204. There is still room for you, and we’d love to have you on the Fine Arts Academic Superbowl Team.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day on Friday will be donated.
  • Juniors – the West Point Society of Indiana will be holding a Leadership & Ethics Conference on Friday, February 2, 2018 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. The purpose of this conference is to help make good, young leaders better leaders by giving them tools they can use as leaders in your school and community. Small group discussions led by Cadets from West Point, the premier leadership school in the country, are the highlight of the conference. The conference is free to attend. Please see Mr. Reber if you are interested in attending.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec. has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

December 14, 2017

  • Students...drum roll please...the canned food drive results are in! You’ve been waiting patiently as we’ve been doing some serious tallying with very high-powered computers. Total food items collected: 2,511!!! St. Mark's was so grateful for everything that was delivered! Winning classes will be getting a delicious donut/juice breakfast.

Thank you everyone for all of your support in this!

Top 10 - Most Total Food Items

1.Mr. Cavanaugh and Mrs. Farris: 836 Cans

2.Mr. Early: 285 Cans

3.Mrs. Clark: 280 Cans

4.Mrs. Nichols: 121 Cans

5.Ms. Kocur: 115 Cans

6.Mrs. Alexander: 111 Cans

7.Mrs. Ament: 86 Cans

8.Mrs. Whicker: 84 Cans

9.Mr. Guth: 79 Cans

10.Mr. Nicodemus: 70 Cans

Top 10 - Highest Can Per Student Ratio

1.Mr. Cavanaugh and Mrs. Farris: 29.9 Cans/Student

2.Mrs. Clark: 14.7 Cans/Student

3.Mr. Early: 8.4 Cans/Student

4.Mrs. Alexander: 7.9 Cans/Student

5.Ms. Kocur: 6.1 Cans/Student

6.Mrs. Nichols: 4.5 Cans/Student

7.Mrs. Ament: 3.4 Cans/Student

8.Mrs. Whicker: 3.2 Cans/Student

9.Mr. Guth: 2.9 Cans/Student

10.Mr. Nicodemus: 2.8 Cans/Student

  • Seniors – are you interested in a career in education? Marian University will be holding an information session to discuss career opportunities in education and scholarships that are available for students who are pursuing an education degree. This session will be held TOMORROW from 11:45 – 12:30 in the guidance classroom. Sign up in Naviance TODAY!
  • Celebrate the season by sending a Holiday Gram to your friends! Yearbook staff members will be selling Holiday Grams today and tomorrow during lunch. The cost is only $1 -- and every dollar raised goes to purchase holiday gifts for a family in need.
  • Our PHS basketball teams are in action Friday and Saturday! The boys are at HOME Friday against Terre Haute South and Saturday against Danville. The girls are at Martinsville Friday and at the Hoosier Gym in Knightstown against Tri West at 7:00 on Saturday. Good Luck and GO RED PRIDE!
  • PHS is hosting the Hendricks County swimming and diving meet on Saturday. Come out and support our Plainfield athletes!
  • Good Luck to our PHS Wrestling team this Saturday at Brownsburg High School for the Hendricks County Tournament.
  • Congratulations to our "WE THE PEOPLE" students at their recent State Competition…they made Finals and finished in the top five!
  • In honor of the traditional Holiday song, the 12 days of Christmas, we will be celebrating books with a 12 Books of December project. We hope you will go out and buy a copy or borrow a copy from the media center or public library soon...On the 9th Day… Moxie.
  • Any student who is interested in being on the Fine Arts Academic Superbowl Team should see Mr. Peters in room A204. There is still room for you, and we’d love to have you on the Fine Arts Academic Superbowl Team.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day on Friday will be donated.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec. has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

December 13, 2017

  • Attention students at PHS who love: singing, musical instruments, art, theater, and dance. PHS will be hosting a ‘Fine Arts Showcase’ during the week of Winter Homecoming. If you or a group of friends would be interested in performing or submitting a piece of work for this show, please come to the call out meeting TODAY at 3:30 p.m. in room A206 (Mrs. Freeman’s room). Categories for the showcase include: Solo/Group Dance, Solo/Group Vocal, Solo/Group Instrumental, Mixed Vocal/Instrumental group, Art (Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Etc.), Poetry/Short Story, and Theater. FYI: This is replacing the annual Talent Show that is held in the spring. Questions: please see Mrs. Freeman.
  • Students...drum roll please...the canned food drive results are in! You’ve been waiting patiently as we’ve been doing some serious tallying with very high-powered computers. Total food items collected: 2,511!!! St. Mark's was so grateful for everything that was delivered yesterday!

Winning classes will be getting a delicious donut/juice breakfast.

Thank you everyone for all of your support in this!

Top 10 - Most Total Food Items

1.Mr. Cavanaugh and Mrs. Farris: 836 Cans

2.Mr. Early: 285 Cans

3.Mrs. Clark: 280 Cans

4.Mrs. Nichols: 121 Cans

5.Ms. Kocur: 115 Cans

6.Mrs. Alexander: 111 Cans

7.Mrs. Ament: 86 Cans

8.Mrs. Whicker: 84 Cans

9.Mr. Guth: 79 Cans

10.Mr. Nicodemus: 70 Cans

Top 10 - Highest Can Per Student Ratio

1.Mr. Cavanaugh and Mrs. Farris: 29.9 Cans/Student

2.Mrs. Clark: 14.7 Cans/Student

3.Mr. Early: 8.4 Cans/Student

4.Mrs. Alexander: 7.9 Cans/Student

5.Ms. Kocur: 6.1 Cans/Student

6.Mrs. Nichols: 4.5 Cans/Student

7.Mrs. Ament: 3.4 Cans/Student

8.Mrs. Whicker: 3.2 Cans/Student

9.Mr. Guth: 2.9 Cans/Student

10.Mr. Nicodemus: 2.8 Cans/Student

  • Seniors – are you interested in a career in education? Marian University will be holding an information session to discuss career opportunities in education and scholarships that are available for students who are pursuing an education degree. This session will be held this Friday, December 15th from 11:45 – 12:30 in the guidance classroom. Sign up in Naviance!
  • Celebrate the season by sending a Holiday Gram to your friends! Yearbook staff members will be selling Holiday Grams during lunches all this week. The cost is only $1 -- and every dollar raised goes to purchase holiday gifts for a family in need.
  • Congratulations to our PHS Wrestling team. The Plainfield Varsity wrestling team won the Plainfield Wrestling Invitational last Saturday. Individually, 11 wrestlers placed on the podium. Cameron Allen, L.J. Burdon, and Jack Biddle were champions and undefeated in their weight classes. Tyson Nuetzman, Logan Reams, Connor Holt, and Chase Spears finished 2nd. Carter Thornhill and Jakob Sheets finished 3rd. Jacob Platt and Garrett Sweeney placed 4th. The wrestlers will next be in action this Saturday at Brownsburg High School for the Hendricks County Tournament.
  • Congratulations to our "WE THE PEOPLE" students at their recent State Competition…they made Finals and finished in the top five!
  • In honor of the traditional Holiday song, the 12 days of Christmas, we will be celebrating books with a 12 Books of December project. We hope you will go out and buy a copy or borrow a copy from the media center or public library soon...On the 8th Day… All About Mia.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day on Friday will be donated.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec. has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

December 12, 2017

  • Join the PHS Orchestra TONIGHT at their winter concert at 7:00 in the auditorium. As always, admission is free. Come enjoy the musical talents of our students!
  • Celebrate the season by sending a Holiday Gram to your friends! Yearbook staff members will be selling Holiday Grams during lunches all this week. The cost is only $1 -- and every dollar raised goes to purchase holiday gifts for a family in need.
  • Congratulations to our PHS Wrestling team. The Plainfield Varsity wrestling team won the Plainfield Wrestling Invitational last Saturday. Individually, 11 wrestlers placed on the podium. Cameron Allen, L.J. Burdon, and Jack Biddle were champions and undefeated in their weight classes. Tyson Nuetzman, Logan Reams, Connor Holt, and Chase Spears finished 2nd. Carter Thornhill and Jakob Sheets finished 3rd. Jacob Platt and Garrett Sweeney placed 4th. The wrestlers will next be in action this Saturday at Brownsburg High School for the Hendricks County Tournament.
  • Congratulations to our "WE THE PEOPLE" students at their recent State Competition…they made Finals and finished in the top five!
  • In honor of the traditional Holiday song, the 12 days of Christmas, we will be celebrating books with a 12 Books of December project. We hope you will go out and buy a copy or borrow a copy from the media center or public library soon... On the 7th Day… Shoe Dog by Phil Knight. It is the story of Nike.
  • Attention students at PHS who love: singing, musical instruments, art, theater, and dance. PHS will be hosting a ‘Fine Arts Showcase’ during the week of Winter Homecoming. If you or a group of friends would be interested in performing or submitting a piece of work for this show, please come to the call out meeting on December 13 (that’s TOMORROW!) in room A206 (Mrs. Freeman’s room). There are two meeting times for interested students at 7:30am or 3:30pm. Categories for the showcase include: Solo/Group Dance, Solo/Group Vocal, Solo/Group Instrumental, Mixed Vocal/Instrumental group, Art (Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Etc.), Poetry/Short Story, and Theater. Remember the call out is December 13th in A206 at 7:30am and 3:30pm, please come to one of those times! FYI: This is replacing the annual Talent Show that is held in the spring. Questions: please see Mrs. Freeman.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day on Friday will be donated.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Seniors – are you interested in a career in education? Marian University will be holding an information session to discuss career opportunities in education and scholarships that are available for students who are pursuing an education degree. This session will be held next Friday, December 15th from 11:45 – 12:30 in the guidance classroom. Sign up in Naviance!
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec. has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 
December 8, 2017

  • The Trike-a-thon returns to the PHS Fieldhouse TOMORROW afternoon from 1:30-3:30, and this year, will feature visits with Sensory Santa! There is also a silent auction! Not only is this a fun event, it's an important fundraiser for the PHS Life Skills program, raising monies to fund field trips and outings for the students. Come join the fun and support the kids!
  • The 29th Annual PHS Food Drive ends TODAY! As of Thursday, 687cans have been collected for St. Marks! Currently Ms. Kocur’s class is leading with 98 cans, Mrs. Clark is in second with 88, and Mrs. Alexander is in third with 54. Today is the LAST DAY to have can's donated! The food will go locally to St. Mark’s here in Plainfield. Thank you in advance for your amazing support for our community.
  • Students: Don’t forget, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • The PHS Boys Basketball teams play tonight and tomorrow night. Tonight they are at Martinsville starting at 6:00. Tomorrow night they play Batesville at HOME at 6:00. Come cheer them on!
  • The PHS wrestling team is in action TOMORROW for the Plainfield Invite at PHS starting at 9:00 a.m. Good Luck guys!
  • The Lady Quaker Basketball team is on the road tomorrow at Franklin Community. Game times start at noon. GO RED PRIDE!
  • Good Luck to our "WE THE PEOPLE" students at their State Competition on Sunday and Monday!
  • In honor of the traditional Holiday song, the 12 days of Christmas, we will be celebrating books with a 12 Books of December project. We hope you will go out and buy a copy or borrow a copy from the media center or public library soon... On the 5th Day… When Dimple Met Rishi
  • Celebrate the season by sending a Holiday Gram to your friends! Yearbook staff members will be selling Holiday Grams during all lunches next week. The cost is only $1 -- and every dollar raised goes to purchase holiday gifts for a family in need.
  • Attention students at PHS who love: singing, musical instruments, art, theater, and dance. PHS will be hosting a ‘Fine Arts Showcase’ during the week of Winter Homecoming. If you or a group of friends would be interested in performing or submitting a piece of work for this show, please come to the call out meeting on December 13 in room A206 (Mrs. Freeman’s room). There are two times available for interested students 7:30am or 3:30pm. Categories for the showcase include: Solo/Group Dance, Solo/Group Vocal, Solo/Group Instrumental, Mixed Vocal/Instrumental group, Art (Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Etc.), Poetry/Short Story, and Theater. Remember the call out is December 13th in A206 at 7:30am and 3:30pm, please come to one of those times! FYI: This is replacing the annual Talent Show that is held in the spring.
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51. 
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Seniors – are you interested in a career in education? Marian University will be holding an information session to discuss career opportunities in education and scholarships that are available for students who are pursuing an education degree. This session will be held next Friday, December 15th from 11:45 – 12:30 in the guidance classroom. Sign up in Naviance!
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

December 7, 2017

  • The 29th Annual PHS Food Drive ends TOMORROW! As of Wednesday, 267 cans have been collected for St. Marks. Keep up the great work and remember you have until Friday to bring in cans. Currently Ms. Kocur’s class is leading with 82 cans, Mrs. Clark is in second with 57, and Ms. Farris and Mr. Cavanaugh are in third with 30. The food will go locally to St. Mark’s here in Plainfield. Thank you in advance for your amazing support for our community. LET’S GO PHS, BRING IN YOUR DONATIONS TOMORROW!
  • Students: Effective TODAY, we will no longer allow restaurant food deliveries to students. We will turn them away at the door!
  • Get in the holiday spirit and enjoy some Ella's Frozen Yogurt during all lunches TODAY. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Anyone who wishes to participate in Boys Golf this season please attend a brief call-out meeting after school TODAY in the cafeteria. If you cannot make it and wish to try-out please contact Coach Crays.
  • The PHS Dance Team competed this past Saturday in the Avon Invitational. The Jazz Team placed 4th overall. Senior Grace McCarty and Junior Gabi McCarty placed second with their duet and Freshman Shaylee Navaratte placed 4th with her solo. Congrats ladies!
  • The wrestling team defeated Cascade last night 63-9. Cameron Allen, Tyson Nuetzman, Logan Reams, Carter Thornhill, LJ Burdon, Connor Holt, Byron Helton, Jakob Sheets, Jacob Platt, Chase Spears, Thomas Hayes, and Jack Biddle were all winners. JV wrestlers Jarrett Hardin, Steven Lecklider, and Byron Helton also won. The wrestling team will next be in action this Saturday for the Plainfield Invite at PHS starting at 9:00 a.m.
  • In honor of the traditional Holiday song, the 12 days of Christmas, we will be celebrating books with a 12 Books of December project. We hope you will go out and buy a copy or borrow a copy from the media center or public library soon...On the 4th Day, the book is ‘The Dogs’ by Allan Stratton.
  • Anyone interested in playing football next fall should attend a call-out meeting tomorrow morning, December 8th at 7:40 a.m. in the LGI room. Any player that cannot attend must see Coach Woodard as soon as possible.
  • The Trike-a-thon returns to the PHS Fieldhouse this Saturday afternoon from 1:30-3:30, and this year, will feature visits with Sensory Santa! There is also a silent auction! Not only is this a fun event, it's an important fundraiser for the PHS Life Skills program, raising monies to fund field trips and outings for the students. Come join the fun and support the kids!
  • Attention Students and Parents: The price of a replacement charger for our devices is now $51.
  • Seniors – please continue to bring all acceptance letters and scholarship awards to guidance. Guidance will make a copy and return the original documents to the students.
  • Seniors – are you interested in a career in education? Marian University will be holding an information session to discuss career opportunities in education and scholarships that are available for students who are pursuing an education degree. This session will be held next Friday, December 15th from 11:45 – 12:30 in the guidance classroom. Sign up in Naviance!
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions. 

Student Announcements: 

December 5, 2017

  • Good Luck to our PHS Swimmers and Divers TONIGHT at HOME vs conference foe Franklin Community at 5:30. Come out to the pool and cheer them on!
  • Attention Students and Parents: Effective now, the price of a replacement charger for our devices will be $51.
  • Hello everyone with a heartbeat. The 29th Annual PHS Food Drive is now underway! Get your 1st period class together and round up those cans. And yes, of course, there are prizes for the winning 1st period classes that: 1.) bring the most total food items, and 2.) have the highest food item to student ratio. The food will go locally to St. Mark’s here in Plainfield. Thank you in advance for your amazing support for our community.
  • Attention students that have signed up to be volunteers at the upcoming Trike-A-Thon. If you missed the meeting, please go to F107 TODAY to get information.
  • Our PHS Choral department will be presenting their Winter Concert Wednesday evening at 7:00 in the auditorium. Join them to hear some wonderful holiday music by our talented performers!
  • The Varsity Wrestling Team won the Decatur Central Super 8 on Saturday by beating Mooresville, Decatur Central, Greenwood, and Indian Creek. Individual results are as follows: L.J. Burdon was a perfect 5-0 on the day with 1 pin. Jack Biddle was also undefeated on the day with a 5-0 record. Cameron Allen 4-1, Tyson Nuetzman 2-3 with 2 pins, Logan Reams 4-1, Carter Thornhill 3-1 with 2 pins, Sarren Woodford 1-0, Connor Holt 3-2 with 1 pin, Jakob Sheets 3-2 with 3 pins, Kaden Garrigus 3-2 with 2 pins, Jacob Platt 3-2, Byron Helton 2-3 with 1 pin, Chase Spears 4-1 with 3 pins, Thomas Hayes 1-4 with 1 pin, Garrett Sweeney 2-3 with 1 pin. In JV action, Haddon Rider was 4-0, Sam Trent was 2-1, and Dakota Collyer and Tristan Harris won matches. The wrestling team will next be in action tomorrow at Cascade at 6:00.
  • In honor of the traditional Holiday song, the 12 days of Christmas, we will be celebrating books with a 12 Books of December project. We will talk about one new, popular book every day for 12 school days. We hope you will go out and buy a copy or borrow a copy from the media center or public library soon….On the 2nd Day… Warcross
  • The MSA Club will be meeting on Thursday, Dec. 7, at 7:25 a.m. in room E110. Please plan to attend!
  • Get in the holiday spirit and enjoy some Ella's Frozen Yogurt during all lunches this Thursday, December 7. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Anyone who wishes to participate in Boys Golf this season please attend a brief call-out meeting after school on Thursday, December 7th, in the cafeteria. If you cannot make it and wish to try out please contact Coach Crays.
  • Anyone interested in playing football next fall should attend a call-out meeting on FRIDAY, December 8th at 7:40 a.m. in the LGI room. Any player that can’t attend must see Coach Woodard as soon as possible.
  • The Trike-a-thon returns to the PHS Fieldhouse this Saturday afternoon from 1:30-3:30, and this year, will feature visits with Sensory Santa! There is also a silent auction! Not only is this a fun event, it's an important fundraiser for the PHS Life Skills program, raising monies to fund field trips and outings for students. Come join the fun and support the kids!
  • Plainfield Parks & Rec has open registrations for the PJBL High School Basketball League. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to play. Deadline to sign-up is December 20. Call 317-839-7665 for more information.
  • Seniors – don’t forget to bring your college acceptance letters to guidance. A copy of your letter will be proudly displayed in the cafeteria.
  • It’s basketball season and student sports passes are for sale in the athletic office for only $25! Don’t forget, this pass is good for ALL home sporting events during the winter and spring sports seasons! Get yours today!
  • Students: Don’t forget that if you are involved in any after school activity or a member of any club you MUST have a code of conduct on file in order to participate. Pick up a form in student services.
  • The Quaker Corner bookstore is open for business before school at 7:30 and during all lunches! Stop by for Quaker gear and food snacks too!
  • Yearbooks may now be ordered online at yearbookordercenter.com. The PHS school code is #2787. Order yours today, before the price goes up again!
  • Students, the National Honor Society offers tutoring after school. Tutoring takes place in the Media Center Monday-Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00. Please see Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.