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Student Announcements: 

May 16, 2019

  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here for the final time TODAY during all lunches. Purchase a delicious treat for $5 and help the kids at Riley.
  • THE YEARBOOKS ARE COMING! Distribution Day is TODAY during all lunches in the Ellipse! Once again, the yearbook staff will be taking Polaroid pictures to include in your yearbook.
  • SENIORS: It is almost Cap & Gown time! Delivery of your Caps & Gowns is TODAY from 11:00-1:30. Tables will be set up outside the cafeteria. Please make sure to pick yours up!
  • Seniors: In preparation for Baccalaureate, if you have any photographs from FCA events or St. Susannah events please email them to Mr. Peters. If you have questions please see Mr. Peters.
  • The yearbook is holding one last giveaway of the year! They will be giving away a $15 gift card to Dairy Queen. All you have to do to enter is follow their Instagram account @phssilhouettes and like the official giveaway post! The winner will be announced Friday at lunch!
  • Seniors: The Plainfield Legacy Foundation has a $1000 scholarship for any student pursuing a trade program. See Mr. Reber in guidance for an application or if you have any questions.
  • Students: If you are missing anything, please check out the lost and found in Student Services. Items will be donated on Friday. Also, if you left your black shoes on the Ben Davis bus, please come to the main office to claim them!
  • Plainfield Dance Team tryouts are this Friday, May 17th at 4:30. If you are interested in trying out please pick up a packet in the athletic office today!
  • Attention Students: Please return all overdue media center library books as soon as possible. Book over dues have been sent to your school email, so please be sure to check your email.
  • Students: Before you turn in your device at the end of the year, please be sure to remove ALL STICKERS that are on your device.
  • PHS Color Guard invites anyone that will be at PHS in the fall to join them! Come out to make new friends and be a part of a successful school organization! The FINAL call-out is on May 20th from 6:00-9:00. Come to court 4 in the field house. No experience necessary…we will teach you how to spin a flag, sabre and rifle! Look for the flyers around the building for more information!
  • Students interested in transportation, diesel technology, and/or computer diagnostics are encouraged to attend Stoops Training Academy's Open House on May 18, from 10:00-2:00. Go to http://truckcountry.com/training-academy/ for more information.
  • Attention all football players: On Wednesday, MAY 22nd 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
  • Seniors! Baccalaureate, which is a student-led religious program to celebrate graduation, will be the Saturday morning of Commencement on May 25 from 9:30 - 10:00 in the auditorium. All seniors, family, and friends are welcome to attend this long-held American tradition that is sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
  • The Guidance office has been made aware of an interesting opportunity for current 9th - 11th graders. Marian University has started a golf caddie program that provides summer income and a chance to receive a full tuition scholarship to IU or Purdue. Candidates do NOT need to know anything about golf or caddying, all training takes place on the job. Students would need to be able to get to Marian U. campus in Indy then will be transported to courses. If interested, contact Mr. Owens for an application.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four-day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Junior Girls: You’re invited to participate in the Distinguished Young Woman Program 2019-2020. The program date is August 10 at PHS. Register today at www.DistinguishedYW.org. The rehearsal dates are July 28, August 4 and August 9. For more information contact Tina Weigel at 317-441-4987.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

May 14, 2019

  • The yearbook is holding one last giveaway of the year! They will be giving away a $15 giftcard to Dairy Queen. All you have to do to enter is follow their Instagram account @phssilhouettes and like the official giveaway post! The winner will be announced Friday at lunch!
  • Good Luck to our girls track and field team in Sectionals tonight at Zionsville. The meet will begin at 5:30. Good Luck Ladies!
  • Both our softball and baseball teams are on the road tonight at Greenwood at 5:30. Good luck to both teams.
  • Join the PHS Orchestra tonight at their spring concert at 7:00 in the auditorium.
  • Attention Students: Please return all overdue media center library books as soon as possible. Book overdues have been sent to your school email, so please be sure to check your email.
  • Students: Before you turn in your device at the end of the year, please be sure to remove ALL STICKERS that are on your device.
  • Students: If you are missing anything, please check out the lost and found in Student Services. Items will be donated on Friday. And if you left your black shoes on the Ben Davis bus, please come to the main office to claim them!
  • PHS Color Guard invites anyone that will be at PHS in the fall to join them! Come out to make new friends and be a part of a successful school organization! There are only two call-outs remaining on the 15th and 20th from 6:00-9:00. Come to court 4 in the field house. No experience necessary…we will teach you how to spin a flag, sabre and rifle! Look for the flyers around the building for more information!
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here for the final time this Thursday during all lunches. Purchase a delicious treat for $5 and help the kids at Riley.
  • THE YEARBOOKS ARE COMING! Distribution Day is this Thursday, May 16 during lunch in the Ellipse! Once again, the yearbook staff will be taking Polaroid pictures to include in your yearbook. Again, Yearbook Distribution Day is this Thursday, May 16 DURING LUNCH!
  • SENIORS: It is almost Cap & Gown time! Delivery of your Caps & Gowns will take place this Thursday, May 16 from 11:00-1:30. Tables will be set up outside the cafeteria. Please make sure to pick yours up!
  • Plainfield Dance Team tryouts are this Friday, May 17th at 4:30. If you are interested in trying out please pick up a packet in the athletic office today!
  • Students interested in transportation, diesel technology, and/or computer diagnostics are encouraged to attend Stoops Training Academy's Open House on May 18, from 10:00-2:00. Go to http://truckcountry.com/training-academy/ for more information.
  • Attention all football players: On Wednesday, MAY 22nd 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
  • Seniors! Baccalaureate, which is a student-led religious program to celebrate graduation, will be the Saturday morning of Commencement on May 25 from 9:30 - 10:00 in the auditorium. All seniors, family, and friends are welcome to attend this long-held American tradition which is sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four-day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • Congratulations to the following members of Student Government for 2019-2020!

Executive Board:

Co-Presidents: Samantha Hayden and Grace Mathews

Vice-President of Student Affairs: Mason Naaman

Vice-President of Event Planning: Hannah Snider

Secretary: Ellory Smith

Communications Director: Sophia Whicker

Senate:

Seniors: Austin Albrechtsen, Jacklynn Hopper, Abby Phillips, Myka Williams

Juniors: Emily Burns, Anna Chesterson, Audrey Eckler, Sarah Ewing, Het Pate, Safaa Siddiqui

Sophomores: Elena Groeschen, Kyle Hayden, Andrew Hummel, Hannah Ridenour, Araya Smith, Karlee Waugh

  • Congratulations to the following World Language Student of the Year Award winners:

French 1: Jaxon Betzner

French 2: Jordan Nuss

French 3: Tannah Benware

French 4: Sydney Jackman

German 1: Joey Dickenson

2: Daniel Susalla

3: Morgan Simmons

4; Emily Wood

Spanish 1: Kaiden Suiter

2: Eric Walker

3: Jayci Mead

4: Victoria Kinnamon

Again, congratulations and thank you for all of your hard work!

  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

May 9, 2019

  • The PHS Reading Club is having a book fair at Barnes and Noble from now until May 12. A portion of your purchase will be donated back to PHS to purchase new novels. Pick up a shopping voucher in the media center today.
  • If you are enrolled in an English Honors class for next year, you are expected to acquire your own copy of the summer reading novel. You may purchase it used, buy new, or borrow from the library or a friend. The following is only an offer; you are not required to order through this opportunity. If you like, you may purchase your novel through Barnes and Noble. To participate in this opportunity, you must complete an order form, pay the school treasurer for your novel, and then take the form and receipt to Mrs. DuBois in the media center to complete the order. The order form is available in the media center. Orders are due TODAY! Your book will be delivered to you at school during the final week of classes. Participation in this option will help us earn 5% of the total sales to use toward purchasing additional novels for class use. Please see Mrs. Payton (E101) or Mrs. DuBois (media center) with questions.
  • Volleyball open gym for today has been cancelled. Volleyball girls are still encouraged to workout with Coach Vanderbush from 4:00-4:30.
  • Attention Students: Please return all overdue media center library books as soon as possible. Book overdues have been sent to your school email, so please be sure to check your email.
  • Students: Before you turn in your device at the end of the year, please be sure to remove ALL STICKERS that are on your device.
  • There will be a cross country call-out meeting this Friday from 3:10-3:20 pm in the LGI room. If you cannot attend, see Coach Hoffman for information.
  • Students interested in a US Service Academy are invited to learn more about the admission process on Saturday, May 11th, from 9-noon, at the Lafayette Family YMCA. Please see Mr. Reber in Guidance.  Interested students should RVSP via Congressman Baird's Office.
  • PHS Color Guard invites anyone that will be at PHS in the fall to join them! Come out to make new friends and be a part of a successful school organization! Call-outs are from 6:00-9:00 on the 13th, 15th, and 20th. Come to court 4 in the field house. No experience necessary…we will teach you how to spin a flag, sabre and rifle! Look for the flyers around the building for more information!
  • THE YEARBOOKS ARE COMING! Distribution Day is Thursday, May 16 during lunch in the Ellipse! Once again, the yearbook staff will be taking Polaroid pictures to include in your yearbook. Again, Yearbook Distribution Day is Thursday, May 16 DURING LUNCH!
  • SENIORS: It’s almost Cap & Gown time! Delivery of your Caps & Gowns will take place on Thursday, May 16 from 11:00-1:30. Tables will be set up outside the cafeteria. Please make sure to pick yours up!
  • Plainfield Dance Team tryouts are Friday, May 17th from 4:30-8:00. If you are interested in trying out please pick up a packet in the athletic office today!
  • Attention all football players: On Wednesday, MAY 22nd 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
  • Seniors! Baccalaureate, which is a student-led religious program to celebrate graduation, will be the Saturday morning of Commencement on May 25 from 9:30 - 10:00 in the auditorium. All seniors, family, and friends are welcome to attend this long-held American tradition which is sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
  • The Muslim Student Association would like to thank everyone who participated in this year's 6 on 6 soccer tournament last Friday. A special thanks goes to Mr. Shepherd for organizing the fields and providing equipment and to Mr. P. Cavanaugh for being the best announcer without a PA system! For the first time in this fundraiser's five-year history, the student team BRISS--consisting of players Jacob Leek, CJ Elston, Landon Williams, Brigham Anderson, Dave Cutler, Chris Kossos, and Easton Stark--defeated the faculty team by a narrow margin of 5 goals to 4. It was a great time and we were able to raise a little over $300 to give to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. So again, MSA thanks you!
  • All three of our PHS DECA students represented Plainfield very well at the recent International Competition. Elaina Lewis and Serina Bennici--Financial Team Decision Making Event. They both received certificates of achievement awards for their performance in the role play portion of their event.Salik Ahmad competed in Entrepreneurship Individual series event and received an honorable mention for scoring at least an 85 average on both his role plays and test component! If you see them please congratulate them on their achievements! With over 23,000 students competing and 25,000 in attendance at this year's DECA International Competition, receiving an award puts them in the top percentile in their competitive conference.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four-day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

May 7, 2019

  • The AP Studio Art Exhibition is tonight at 6:30 in the auditorium lobby. The work shown is by this year's talented AP Studio students. Then at 7:00 join the PHS Choirs for their Spring Choral Concert. Please come and support both the Choral department and AP Studio art students.
  • PHS Color Guard invites anyone that will be at PHS in the fall to join them! Come out to make new friends and be a part of a successful school organization! Call-outs begin TONIGHT from 6:00-9:00 and then again on the 13th, 15th, and 20th. Come to court 4 in the field house. No experience necessary…we will teach you how to spin a flag, sabre and rifle! Look for the flyers around the building for more information!
  • Come out TONIGHT and support our Quaker Athletes at Home:

Tennis vs. Brownsburg at 5:00

Varsity & JV Softball vs. Mooresville at 5:30

Varsity Baseball vs. Mooresville at 5:30

And JV Baseball on the road at Mooresville at 5:30

  • The Muslim Student Association would like to thank everyone who participated in this year's 6 on 6 soccer tournament last Friday. A special thanks goes to Mr. Shepherd for organizing the fields and providing equipment and to Mr. P. Cavanaugh for being the best announcer without a PA system! For the first time in this fundraiser's five-year history, the student team BRISS--consisting of players Jacob Leek, CJ Elston, Landon Williams, Brigham Anderson, Dave Cutler, Chris Kossos, and Easton Stark--defeated the faculty team by a narrow margin of 5 goals to 4. It was a great time and we were able to raise a little over $300 to give to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. So again, MSA thanks you!
  • All three of our PHS DECA students represented Plainfield very well at the recent International Competition. Elaina Lewis and Serina Bennici--Financial Team Decision Making Event. They both received certificates of achievement awards for their performance in the role play portion of their event. Salik Ahmad competed in Entrepreneurship Individual series event and received an honorable mention for scoring at least an 85 average on both his role plays and test component! If you see them please congratulate them on their achievements! With over 23,000 students competing and 25,000 in attendance at this year's DECA International Competition, receiving an award puts them in the top percentile in their competitive conference.
  • If you signed up for AP Biology next year, please meet in Mr. Johnson's room (G206) tomorrow at the beginning of SMART period. You should have received an email that you can forward to your SMART teacher that will serve as your pass.
  • The final HOSA Club meeting will be tomorrow during SMART. We need all members, regular or competitive, to attend. Please bring your computer with you. Meeting is during Club B in the Auditorium.
  • “Together WE Lead” will be meeting TOMORROW during SMART period in Mr. Pearson’s room H107.
  • Interact club members, our final meeting of the year will be TOMORROW during SMART period in E101. We will finalize our service project donation and celebrate our graduates with ice cream sundaes. Please plan to attend.
  • The PHS Reading Club is having a book fair at Barnes and Noble from May 8-12. A portion of your purchase will be donated back to PHS to purchase new novels. Pick up a shopping voucher in the media center today.
  • If you are enrolled in an English Honors class for next year, you are expected to acquire your own copy of the summer reading novel. You may purchase it used, buy new, or borrow from the library or a friend. The following is only an offer; you are not required to order through this opportunity. If you like, you may purchase your novel through Barnes and Noble. To participate in this opportunity, you must complete an order form, pay the school treasurer for your novel, and then take the form and receipt to Mrs. DuBois in the media center to complete the order. The order form is available in the media center. Orders are due by May 9. Your book will be delivered to you at school during the final week of classes. Participation in this option will help us earn 5% of the total sales to use toward purchasing additional novels for class use. Please see Mrs. Payton (E101) or Mrs. DuBois (media center) with questions.
  • Attention Students: Please return all overdue media center library books as soon as possible. Book overdues have been sent to your school email, so please be sure to check your email.
  • Students: Before you turn in your device at the end of the year, please be sure to remove ALL STICKERS that are on your device.
  • There will be a mandatory call out meeting for all girls interested in trying out for next year’s girl’s basketball team this Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in room F205. Please contact Mr. Benge if you have any questions or cannot attend.
  • Volleyball open gym for this Thursday, May 9th has been cancelled. Volleyball girls are still encouraged to workout with Coach Vanderbush from 4:00-4:30.
  • There will be a cross country call-out meeting this Friday from 3:10-3:20 pm in the LGI room. If you cannot attend, see Coach Hoffman for information.
  • THE YEARBOOKS ARE COMING! Distribution Day is Thursday, May 16 during lunch in the Ellipse! Once again, the yearbook staff will be taking Polaroid pictures to include in your yearbook. Again, Yearbook Distribution Day is Thursday, May 16 DURING LUNCH!
  • Plainfield Dance Team tryouts are Friday, May 17th from 4:30-8:00. If you are interested in trying out please pick up a packet in the athletic office today!
  • Students interested in a US Service Academy are invited to learn more about the admission process on Saturday, May 11th, from 9-noon, at the Lafayette Family YMCA. Interested students should RVSP via Congressman Baird's Office.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four-day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements:

April 30, 2019

  • “Welcome to the Jungle” Post Prom tickets are on sale this Wednesday thru Friday. Cost is only $10 per person. The first 300 tickets sold will also receive a FREE Post Prom T-shirt. Come for a fun time with lots of FREE food and door prizes! Play games to win amazing grand prizes that include an air pod, a gaming monitor, a TV, a dorm fridge, a Keurig and 2-$100 visa cards and much, much more!
  • Attention all seniors! Please vote for Prom King and Queen by tomorrow, Wednesday, May 1. You received an email with the ballot last Friday afternoon. GO VOTE TODAY!
  • Seniors: the following scholarships are due this week. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.

GEODIS Scholarship - Deadline is TODAY

Kiwanis Club of Plainfield Scholarship - Deadline is TODAY

Mike Underwood Memorial Scholarship - Deadline is Wednesday, May 1st

Red Pride Athletic Booster Club Scholarship - Deadline is Friday, May 3rd

  • Jr Optimist club will have their final meeting on May 1st at 7:30 am. Members must RSVP in Schoology for this special awards breakfast. Officer elections for the 2019-2020 school will take place at this meeting as well. All members must send in your RSVP to accept or regret!
  • News from the PHS Café: We will NOT have a Salad Bar this week! Instead we will have Baked Potato Bar on Thursday, May 2!! And on Friday, May 3, we will have a Breakfast Bar!!
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, May 2. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • If you plan to get your game on Friday at the MSA soccer tournament, we will be playing on the football field, not the soccer fields. $3 will get you in to watch some highly skilled, and not-so-highly-skilled play! All proceeds go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. See you there!!
  • Anyone who has signed up for AP Biology next year needs to check your email ASAP for an important message from Mr. Johnson.
  • Congrats to the 5 students who qualified for the HOSA International Leadership Conference to be held in Orlando, FL this summer:

Emma Owen - 2nd place in Epidemiology

Hope Rider, Katie Smith, and Clay Crawford - 4th Place in Creative Problem Solving

Emily Price - 5th place in Research Writing and Speaking

  • PHS Color Guard invites anyone that will be at PHS in the fall to join them! Come out to make new friends and be a part of a successful school organization! Call-outs are from 6:00-9:00 on May 6, 8, 13, 15, and 20. Come to court 4 in the field house. No experience necessary…we will teach you how to spin a flag, sabre and rifle! Look for the flyers around the building for more information!
  • Plainfield Dance Team tryouts are May 17th from 4:30-8:00. If you are interested in trying out please pick up a packet in the athletic office today!
  • Students interested in a US Service Academy are invited to learn more about the admission process on Saturday, May 11th, from 9-noon, at the Lafayette Family YMCA. Interested students should RVSP via Congressman Baird's Office.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four-day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

April 23, 2019

  • Seniors! If you haven’t already completed the nomination for Prom King and Queen, please do so today. You can find the link in the email sent to you by Mrs. Nichols last week. The deadline is TOMORROW, April 24.
  • Attention all juniors and seniors! Jurassic Prom will be here soon! It will be held at the Biltwell Event Center in Indianapolis on Saturday, May 4 from 7:30-11:00. Tickets are on sale NOW during all lunches until this Friday, April 26. The cost is $45 per person, and you will be able to pay with cash or credit card. Make sure to have a code of conduct on file and a guest form approved if taking an underclassman. Looking forward to an epic prom!
  • Prom goers…are you bringing an underclassmen or a student from another school to our Jurassic Prom? Then you need to complete a guest form. The deadline to turn in a form for approval is TOMORROW, Wednesday, April 24. Pick up a form at student services or the main office.
  • “Welcome to the Jungle” Post Prom tickets will be on sale starting tomorrow Wednesday, April 24 –Friday, April 26 and again Wednesday, May 1-Friday, May 3. Cost is $10 per person. The first 300 tickets sold will also receive a FREE Post Prom T-shirt. Also, if you purchase a ticket this week you will have a chance to win a free coursage and boutonniere. The winner will be announced Friday! Come for a fun time with lots of FREE food and door prizes!
  • Good Luck to our Quaker Athletes TONIGHT:

The Hendricks County Track & Field meet at HOME at 5:00

Golf at Greenwood at 5:00

Varsity & JV Softball at Decatur at 5:30

Varsity & JV Baseball at Decatur at 5:30

Freshman Baseball vs. Whiteland at 5:30 at HOME

Go RED PRIDE!

  • All FCAers are reminded that we will meet at PCMS tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. to lead the PCMS FCA. Please park in front of the building. See you at PCMS FCA!
  • Seniors the following scholarships are due this week:

The Plainfield Lions Scholarship is due tomorrow, April 24th. 

The Rotary Club of Plainfield Scholarship is due Friday, April 26th.

The Westside Professional Women Scholarship is due Friday, April 26th.

  • Are you signed up for AP Studio Art for next year? Now that the current group of AP Studio students are finishing up their College Board portfolios, it is time to start thinking about next year. There will be an important informational meeting for the new crew TODAY after school. Please meet in Mrs Armstrong's room, A114, at 3:15. The meeting should not last more than a half hour. Please make arrangements to meet with Mrs Armstrong if you are unable to attend.
  • The Hendricks County Career Fair is this Thursday, April 25th at 6:00 pm in the PHS Fieldhouse. Industries and educational organizations from healthcare, aviation, logistics, manufacturing, and skilled trades will be in attendance. There will also be a workshop on how students can find their right career! The program is free and open to all PHS students.
  • Current 9th, 10th, and 11th graders - Do you want to be a representative for your class in the Student Government next year? Applications for the PHS Senate are available in Student Services and are due on Friday, April 26. Please see Mr. Ferguson or Mrs. Freeman if you have any questions.
  • CONGRATULATIONS to our HOSA State Students. We had 15 top 10 finishes, Emma Owen placed 2nd and is headed to the International Competition and Kaitlyn Murray is a newly elected State Officer!

Kaitlyn Murray- State Officer

Epidemiology - Emma Owen - 2nd Place, and advances to the International Competition Creative Problem Solving - Top Ten:

1. Evan Hoy, Ginny Clark, Jaidyn Egnew
2. Clay Crawford, Hope Rider, Katie Smith
Public Health- Top Ten:
1. Gracelin Sanders, Emily Burns, Lucy Blake, Lindsey Wood

Medical Math - Top 10
1. Brigham Anderson
2. Emma Owen
Human Growth and Development- Top 10
Katie Daum
Pathophysiology - Top 10 - Will Payton
Pharmacology - Top 10 - Austin Albrechtsen
HOSA Bowl - Top 10
1. Kavneet Kaur, Rashad Saleem, Het Patel
Forensic Science- Top 10
1. Chandi Rehal and Craney
2. Riley McGuffey and Claire Harper
Research Writing and Speaking - Top 10
Emily Price
Biomedical Lab Science- Top 10 - Grace Abell
Clinical Specialty - Top 10
1. Jaidyn Egnew
2. Katie Daum
Pharmacy Science - Top 10
1. Jenna Underwood
2. Kaitlyn Murray
Sports Medicine - Top 10 - Jennifer Bender

  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, April 25. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Students and Staff - You are cordially invited to attend Plainfield High School's Spring Play Pride and Prejudice, Thursday, April 25, Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27 at 7:00 pm. Tickets are just $10 for adults and $8 for students and adults age 65+. Tickets are available at the box office the day of the event. The box office will open 30 minutes before the show begins. Cash and Credit are accepted.
  • Sophomores and Freshmen it’s YOUR HOT DOG day, this Friday, April 26. Please join the administrators outside door #21 for your hot dog lunch!
  • Do you have old shoes at home that are just filling up your closet? Time to do some SPRING CLEANING! Key Club is having a shoe drive for all unwanted shoes no matter the condition or style now through April 26th. Bring all your shoes to the Door 1 donation boxes in front of the auditorium. We are working with Changing Footprints. They realize the great need for shoes around the world as protection from diseases and a gateway to education. Because of that need we collect new and gently used shoes for distribution to homeless, disaster-stricken, or underprivileged people locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnicity.
  • The Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 this Friday, April 26. There will be no bus service to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • PHS, join us this Saturday, April 27 at Hummel Park for the 3rd annual Red Pride Run for the Rescues! This is a FREE event, but we will be accepting monetary and item donations for the Hendricks County Animal Shelter and Humane Society. Registration for this 2 mile run/walk is at 9:00 am and the race will begin at 9:30. T-shirts will be sold at lunch this week and the day of the race for $7. There will be games and face painting for the kids and of course, DOGS are welcome to walk too!
  • Good Luck to Salik Ahmad, Serina Bennici, and Elaina Lewis at the DECA International Competition this weekend!
  • Jr Optimist club will have their final meeting on May 1st at 7:30 am. Members must RSVP in Schoology for this special awards breakfast. Officer elections for the 2019-2020 school will take place at this meeting as well. All members must send in your RSVP to accept or regret!
  • Before you get your game on at Prom, come out to the MSA Soccer Tournament on Friday, May 3rd at 5:00! It costs $3 to attend! All money goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society!
  • PHS Color Guard invites anyone that will be at PHS in the fall to join them! Come out to make new friends and be a part of a successful school organization! Call-outs are from 6:00-9:00 on May 6, 8, 13, 15, and 20. Come to court 4 in the field house. No experience necessary…we will teach you how to spin a flag, sabre and rifle! Look for the flyers around the building for more information!
  • Plainfield Dance Team tryouts are May 17th from 4:30-8:00. If you are interested in trying out please pick up a packet in the athletic office today!
  • Students interested in a US Service Academy are invited to learn more about the admission process on Saturday, May 11th, from 9-noon, at the Lafayette Family YMCA. Interested students should RVSP via Congressman Baird's Office.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four-day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

April 18, 2019

  • Attention all juniors and seniors! Jurassic Prom is just a few short weeks away! It will be held at the Biltwell Event Center in Indianapolis on Saturday, May 4 from 7:30-11:00. Tickets are on sale during lunch starting TODAY until next Friday, April 26. The cost is $45 per person, and you will be able to pay with cash or credit card. Make sure to have a code of conduct on file and a guest form approved if taking an underclassman. Looking forward to an epic prom!
  • Prom goers…are you bringing an underclassmen or a student from another school to our Jurassic Prom? Then you need to complete a guest form. Pick up a form at student services or the main office. Forms are due back to student services for approval by Wednesday, April 24.
  • “Welcome to the Jungle” Post Prom tickets will be on sale Wednesday, April 24 –Friday, April 26 and again Wednesday, May 1-Friday, May 3. Cost is $10 per person. The first 300 tickets sold will also receive a FREE Post Prom T-shirt. Come for a fun time with lots of FREE food and door prizes!
  • CANCELLED…The PHS Band invites you to their Spring Band Concert TONIGHT at 7:00 in the auditorium. CANCELLED.
  • The PHS Academic Super Bowl team traveled to Greencastle on Tuesday evening for the Area Competition and did a fantastic job. Finishing in 3rd place was the Fine Arts team, in 2nd place were the Social Studies, Math, and Science teams, and finishing in 1st place were the English and Interdisciplinary teams. Final state-wide results will be posted later today. Congratulations to all the team members and coaches!
  • Good Luck to our Quaker Athletes TONIGHT:

Golf vs. Danville at 4:30 at Twin Bridges Golf Course

Freshman Baseball at South Putnam at 5:00

JV Baseball at Terre Haute North at 5:30

Go RED PRIDE!

  • It’s HOT DOG time!!! (PLEASE NOTE THE DATE CHANGE)

Hot Dog day for SENIORS and Juniors is Monday, April 22!

Next Friday, April 26 is Hot Dog day for Sophomores and Freshmen!

Join the administrators outside door #21 for your hot dog lunch!

  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day TOMORROW will be donated. Please check Student Services if you are missing anything.
  • Before you get your game on at Prom, get your game on at the MSA Soccer Tournament on Friday, May 3rd at 5:00! It is only $10 to play and that includes a shirt! Sign ups will be all this week during lunch. All money goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society!
  • Plainfield Dance Team tryouts are May 17th from 4:30-8:00. If you are interested in trying out please pick up a packet in the athletic office today!
  • PHS Athletes: 2019 Physical night is April 22 beginning at 6:00 at PHS. Cost is $25. This is for all Plainfield athletes entering grades 6-12 and planning to practice, try-out, and compete after June 1 for the 19/20 school year. You must pre-register, go to the PHS website to sign-up and pay online.
  • Seniors the following scholarships are due next week:

The Plainfield High School Retiring Teacher Scholarship - Due Monday, April 22nd

The Plainfield Lions Club Scholarship - Due Wednesday, April 24th

The Rotary Club of Plainfield Scholarship - Due Friday, April 26th

The Westside Professional Women Scholarship - Due Friday, April 26th

  • The Hendricks County Career Fair is Thursday, April 25th at 6:00 pm in the PHS Fieldhouse. Industries and educational organizations from healthcare, aviation, logistics, manufacturing, and skilled trades will be in attendance. There will also be a workshop on how students can find their right career! The program is free and open to all PHS students.
  • Current 9th, 10th, and 11th graders - Do you want to be a representative for your class in the Student Government next year? Applications for the PHS Senate are available in Student Services and are due on Friday, April 26. Please see Mr. Ferguson or Mrs. Freeman if you have any questions.
  • Do you have old shoes at home that are just filling up your closet? Time to do some SPRING CLEANING! Key Club is having a shoe drive for all unwanted shoes no matter the condition or style now through April 26th. Bring all your shoes to Door 1 the donation boxes are in front of the auditorium. We are working with Changing Footprints. They realize the great need for shoes around the world as protection from diseases and a gateway to education. Because of that need we collect new and gently used shoes for distribution to homeless, disaster-stricken, or underprivileged people locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnicity.
  • The Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 26. There will be no bus service to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • "It was revealed last Friday that Plainfield High School raised $23,428 for the children at Riley!! A huge shout out to all the students in RDM and NHS who spent so much time and effort making this year such a success. Thank you Plainfield High School teachers and students for helping RDM more than double their goal for Riley Hospital for Children."
  • Congratulations to both winter percussion groups on an outstanding trip to the WGI National Championships in Dayton last week as both groups qualified for finals in their respective classes! The movement group finished 7th in the nation and the concert group finished 5th!! This tops off a highly successful season so if you see any of the members walking through the halls, congratulate them on a job well done!
  • Congratulations go to Women's Chorus, Men's Chorus and Elles Chantent for earning gold awards for both their performances and sight-reading at ISSMA Organization Contest this past Saturday. Way to go ladies and gentlemen!!
  • Students interested in a US Service Academy are invited to learn more about the admission process on Saturday, May 11th, from 9-noon, at the Lafayette Family YMCA. Interested students should RVSP via Congressman Baird's Office.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four-day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

April 14, 2019

  • The New MENTOR Club, “Together WE Lead”, will have it’s first meeting TONIGHT at 3:15 in the Media Center. Any interested student is welcome to attend. See Mr. Pearson or Officer Endsley if you have any questions.
  • "It was revealed last Friday that Plainfield High School raised $23,428 for the children at Riley!! A huge shout out to all the students in RDM and NHS who spent so much time and effort making this year such a success. Thank you Plainfield High School teachers and students for helping RDM more than double their goal for Riley Hospital for Children."
  • Congratulations to both winter percussion groups on an outstanding trip to the WGI National Championships in Dayton last week as both groups qualified for finals in their respective classes! The movement group finished 7th in the nation and the concert group finished 5th!! This tops off a highly successful season so if you see any of the members walking through the halls, congratulate them on a job well done!
  • Say, "May you remember what you've learned, and even learn as you remember", or you can just say, "Good luck" to the Academic Super Bowl team as they travel to Greencastle TONIGHT for the Area Competition.
  • Come out tonight and support all of your Quaker athletes at the following HOME EVENTS:

Unified track at 4:00, Girls tennis at 5:00, Track & Field at 5:00, Softball at 5:30 and Baseball at 5:30. Good Luck to all and GO RED PRIDE!

  • Tomorrow, Wednesday, 4/17, is the deadline for accepted students to turn in permissions slips for the Area 31 field trip.
  • It's HOT DOG time!!!

This Friday, April 19 is Hot Dog day for the SENIORS and the Juniors!

Friday, April 26 is Hot Dog day for Sophomores and Freshmen!

Join the administrators outside door #21 for your hot dog lunch!

  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of this week will be donated. Please check Student Services if you are missing anything.
  • Do you have old shoes at home that are just filling up your closet? Time to do some SPRING CLEANING! Key Club is having a shoe drive for all unwanted shoes no matter the condition or style now through April 26th. Bring all your shoes to Door 1 the donation boxes are in front of the auditorium. We are working with Changing Footprints. They realize the great need for shoes around the world as protection from diseases and a gateway to education. Because of that need we collect new and gently used shoes for distribution to homeless, disaster-stricken, or underprivileged people locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnicity.
  • Congratulations go to Women's Chorus, Men's Chorus and Elles Chantent for earning gold awards for both their performances and sight-reading at ISSMA Organization Contest this past Saturday. Way to go ladies and gentlemen!!
  • Before you get your game on at Prom, get your game on at the MSA Soccer Tournament on Friday, May 3rd at 5:00! It is only $10 to play and that includes a shirt! Sign ups will be all this week during lunch. All money goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society!
  • Plainfield Dance Team tryouts are May 17th from 4:30-8:00. If you are interested in trying out please pick up a packet in the athletic office today!
  • 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 17th. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Current 9th, 10th, and 11th graders - Do you want to be a representative for your class in the Student Government next year? Applications for the PHS Senate are available in Student Services and are due on Friday, April 26. Please see Mr. Ferguson or Mrs. Freeman if you have any questions.
  • Attention all juniors and seniors! Jurassic Prom is just a few short weeks away! It will be held at the Biltwell Event Center in Indianapolis on Saturday, May 4 from 7:30-11:00. Tickets will be on sale during lunch starting this Thursday, April 18 until Friday, April 26. The cost is $45 per person, and you will be able to pay with cash or credit card. Looking forward to an epic prom!
  • PHS Athletes: 2019 Physical night is April 22 beginning at 6:00 at PHS. Cost is $25. This is for all Plainfield athletes entering grades 6-12 and planning to practice, try-out, and compete after June 1 for the 19/20 school year. You must pre-register, go to the PHS website to sign-up and pay online.
  • Prom goers…are you bringing an underclassmen or a student from another school to our Jurassic Prom? Then you need to complete a guest form. Pick up a form at student services or the main office. Forms are due back to student services for approval by Wednesday, April 24.
  • The Hendricks County Career Fair is Thursday, April 25th at 6:00 pm in the PHS Fieldhouse. Industries and educational organizations from healthcare, aviation, logistics, manufacturing, and skilled trades will be in attendance. There will also be a workshop on how students can find their right career! The program is free and open to all PHS students.
  • The Plainfield Public Library will be closing at 1:00 on Friday, April 26. There will be no bus service to the library after school that day. Please make other plans.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four-day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

April 12, 2019

  • The annual Riley Dance Marathon is TONIGHT from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at PHS. Tickets are $10 and you get an RDM shirt while they last!!! Tickets will be on sale at the door tonight. It is open to all Plainfield High School students. Join us for a night filled with fun and games, FREE FOOD, and philanthropy as we try to raise $10,000 for the kids at Riley. There will be a dodgeball tournament, 3-on-3 basketball tournament, an inflatable obstacle course, a photo booth, a live DJ, lots of food and much, much more!
  • Seniors: don't forget, the following scholarships are due TODAY, Friday, April 12: Plainfield Chamber of Commerce, Plainfield Chamber of Commerce Vocational Scholarship, and the Delta Alpha Gamma Sorority Scholarship.
  • GOOD LUCK to our PHS winter percussion ensembles as they compete at WGI Nationals in Dayton, OH. Good luck to our outstanding groups!!
  • Seniors: The deadline to file the FAFSA for Indiana students is next Monday, April 15th. As a reminder, 21st Century Scholars are required to file the FAFSA in order to keep their scholarship. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • The New MENTOR Club, “Together WE Lead”, will have it’s first meeting next Tuesday, April 16th at 3:15 in the Media Center. Any interested student is welcome to attend. See Mr. Pearson or Officer Endsley 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 17th. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Over spring break, Plainfield High School sent 14 students to the Central Indiana Chemistry Olympiad competition. For the first time in school history, two students, Salik Ahmad & Hannah Snider were invited to compete in the next level of the Chemistry Olympiad. Plainfield competed against 38 other schools, and finished in fourth place for the First-Year level AND fourth place in the Advanced level. Congratulations to all the students who competed.
  • Congratulations to the PHS Concert Band for receiving a Gold Rating at the ISSMA contest last weekend.
  • Before you get your game on at Prom, get your game on at the MSA Soccer Tournament on Friday, May 3rd at 6:00! It is only $10 to play and that includes a shirt! Sign ups will be during lunch from April 15-19. All money goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society!
  • Attention all juniors and seniors! Jurassic Prom is just a few short weeks away! It will be held at the Biltwell Event Center in Indianapolis on Saturday, May 4 from 7:30-11:00. Tickets will be on sale during lunch from Thursday, April 18 until Friday, April 26. The cost is $45 per person, and you will be able to pay with cash or credit card. Looking forward to an epic prom!
  • Prom goers…are you bringing an underclassmen or a student from another school to our Jurassic Prom? Then you need to complete a guest form. Pick up a form at student services or the main office. Forms are due back to student services for approval by Wednesday, April 24.
  • PHS Athletes: 2019 Physical night is April 22 beginning at 6:00 at PHS. Cost is $25. This is for all Plainfield athletes entering grades 6-12 and planning to practice, try-out, and compete after June 1 for the 19/20 school year. You must pre-register, go to the PHS website to sign-up and pay online.
  • The Hendricks County Career Fair is Thursday, April 25th at 6:00 pm in the PHS Fieldhouse. Industries and educational organizations from healthcare, aviation, logistics, manufacturing, and skilled trades will be in attendance. There will also be a workshop on how students can find their right career! The program is free and open to all PHS students.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

April 9, 2019

  • TODAY is another block schedule day. Class periods 2, 4, 5, and 6 will be meeting.
  • The winter guard finished up it's competitive season last week at the WGI National Competition with it's best performance of the year! Congratulations on an outstanding season. Both winter percussion ensembles will be competing this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at WGI Nationals in Dayton, OH. Good luck to both groups!!
  • Congratulations to the PHS orchestra on receiving a gold rating at ISSMA Contest last Saturday!
  • Student Government Executive Board Applications for next school year are available in Student Services. These are due TOMORROW, April 10. See Mr. Ferguson or Mrs. Freeman with any questions.
  • St. Francis Hospitals will be coming to the PHS auditorium lobby this Wednesday, April 10 from 2-8 PM for a vaccine clinic. All medical insurance will be accepted, or each vaccine is only $10 for those without insurance. This is a great opportunity for Seniors who may need to finish their vaccinations for college and other plans and for Juniors who need their senior year vaccines. Anyone else is also welcome to come get their vaccines caught up or get ahead of the game. If you are at least 18 years old, you can fill out your own paperwork. If you are under 18, your parent can come with you or give you your signed consent form. Please see Ms. Draper in the clinic to get your vaccine records to bring and the required consent form or if you have any questions. Consent forms will be available at the clinic as well but if completed ahead of time it will speed up the process.
  • Please come out and see our PHS Winter Percussion Ensembles at their final community performance this Wednesday evening, April 10, at 8:30 pm in the main gym. Let’s send them off to Nationals with a big crowd!
  • There will be a prom committee meeting on Thursday, April 11 at 7:30 a.m. in Room E209.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, April 11. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Cafeteria news: We will NOT have the Salad Bar this Thursday, April 11th. Instead, try our Breakfast Bar! Choose from sausage gravy and biscuit OR make your own breakfast sandwich with an egg patty, sausage patty and cheese.
  • Students - the Hendricks County Apprenticeship and Trades Fair is this Thursday, April 11th from 6-8 pm at Avon High School. The event is FREE and open to all PHS students and families. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn more about these great careers!
  • The annual Riley Dance Marathon is this Friday, April 12 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at PHS. It is open to all Plainfield High School students. Join us for a night filled with fun and games, FREE FOOD, and philanthropy as we try to raise $10,000 for the kids at Riley. Tickets are on sale NOW during all lunches until this Friday or you can purchase your ticket at the door the night of the event. Tickets are $10 and you get an RDM shirt!!! There will be a dodgeball tournament, 3-on-3 basketball tournament, an inflatable obstacle course, a photo booth, a live DJ, lots of food and much, much more!
  • Seniors: don't forget, the following scholarships are due THIS Friday, April 12: Plainfield Chamber of Commerce, Plainfield Chamber of Commerce Vocational Scholarship, and the Delta Alpha Gamma Sorority Scholarship.
  • Seniors: The deadline to file the FAFSA for Indiana students is next Monday, April 15th. As a reminder, 21st Century Scholars are required to file the FAFSA in order to keep their scholarship. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • Before you get your game on at Prom, get your game on at the MSA Soccer Tournament on Friday, May 3rd at 6:00! It is only $10 to play and that includes a shirt! Sign ups will be during lunch from April 15-19. All money goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society!
  • Attention all juniors and seniors! Jurassic Prom is just a few short weeks away! It will be held at the Biltwell Event Center in Indianapolis on Saturday, May 4 from 7:30-11:00. Tickets will be on sale during lunch from Thursday, April 18 until Friday, April 26. The cost is $45 per person, and you will be able to pay with cash or credit card. Looking forward to an epic prom!
  • Prom goers…are you bringing an underclassmen or a student from another school to our Jurassic Prom? Then you need to complete a guest form. Pick up a form at student services or the main office. Forms are due back to student services for approval by Wednesday, April 24.
  • Students…The new Club name voted on by YOU for the student mentor program is "Together We Lead". We will be planning an event in April. See Mr. Pearson or Officer Endsley if you have any ideas for upcoming events or programs.
  • 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 17th. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • The Hendricks County Career Fair is Thursday, April 25th at 6:00 pm in the PHS Fieldhouse. Industries and educational organizations from healthcare, aviation, logistics, manufacturing, and skilled trades will be in attendance. There will also be a workshop on how students can find their right career! The program is free and open to all PHS students.
  • PHS Athletes: 2019 Physical night is April 22 beginning at 6:00 at PHS. Cost is $25. This is for all Plainfield athletes entering grades 6-12 and planning to practice, try-out, and compete after June 1 for the 19/20 school year. You must pre-register, go to the PHS website to sign-up and pay online.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements:

April 4, 2019

  • TONIGHT is a big night for Quaker Athletes at HOME! Come out and cheer on our athletes at the following events:

Girls Tennis vs. Danville at 5:00

PHS Track & Field and our Unified Track & Field teams vs. Decatur Central and Perry Meridian at 5:00

JV Baseball vs. Franklin Community at 5:30

  • Congratulations to our PHS winter percussion ensembles! Both groups were named STATE CHAMPIONS this past weekend at the Indiana Percussion Associations State Finals competition. The groups will be traveling to Dayton, Ohio next weekend to compete in the WGI National Championships. Please come out to see their final community performances next Wednesday evening, April 10, at 8:30pm in the main gym. Congrats to all!
  • Attention all juniors and seniors! Jurassic Prom is just a few short weeks away! It will be held at the Biltwell Event Center in Indianapolis on Saturday, May 4 from 7:30-11:00. Tickets will be on sale during lunch from Thursday, April 18 until Friday, April 26. The cost is $45 per person, and you will be able to pay with cash or credit card. Looking forward to an epic prom!
  • Prom goers…are you bringing an underclassmen or a student from another school to our Jurassic Prom? Then you need to complete a guest form. Pick up a form at student services or the main office. Forms are due back to student services for approval by Wednesday, April 24.
  • PHS Spirit Day is TOMORROW. Wear your Red Pride gear or be dressed up for your event/sport. PTO will be giving away a $15 gift card at each lunch. And get candy too!
  • Students…The new Club name voted on by YOU for the student mentor program is "Together We Lead". Wewill be planning an event in April. See Mr. Pearson or Officer Endsley if you have any ideas for upcoming events or programs.
  • Student Government Executive Board Applications for next school year are available in Student Services. These are due Wednesday, April 10. See Mr. Ferguson or Mrs. Freeman with any questions.
  • Our PHS Winter Guard competes at a National Competition in Dayton, OH later this week. Good Luck!
  • There will be a volleyball call out meeting on Monday, April 8 at 3:30 pm in the LGI room for any girl interested in playing volleyball next year.
  • St. Francis Hospitals will be coming to the PHS auditorium lobby on Wednesday, April 10 from 2-8 PM for a vaccine clinic. All medical insurance will be accepted, or each vaccine is $10 for those without insurance. This is a great opportunity for Seniors who may need to finish their vaccinations for college and other plans and for Juniors who need their senior year vaccines. Anyone else is also welcome to come to get their vaccines caught up or get ahead of the game. If you are at least 18 years old, you can fill out your own paperwork. If you are under 18, your parent can come with you or give you your signed consent form. Please see Ms. Draper in the clinic to get your vaccine records to bring and the required consent form or if you have any questions. Consent forms will be available at the clinic as well but if completed ahead of time it will speed up the process.
  • Students - the Hendricks County Apprenticeship and Trades Fair is next Thursday, April 11th from 6-8 pm at Avon High School. The event is FREE and open to all PHS students and families. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn more about these great careers!
  • The annual Riley Dance Marathon will be Friday, April 12 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at PHS. It is open to all Plainfield High School students. Join us for a night filled with fun and games, FREE FOOD, and philanthropy as we try to raise $10,000 for the kids at Riley. Tickets will be sold during all lunches Monday, April 8 through Friday, April 12 or you can purchase your ticket at the door the night of the event. Tickets are $10 and you get an RDM shirt. There will be a dodgeball tournament, 3-on-3 basketball tournament, an inflatable obstacle course, a photo booth, a live DJ, and much, much more!
  • 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 17th. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • PHS Athletes: 2019 Physical night is April 22 beginning at 6:00 at PHS. Cost is $25. This is for all Plainfield athletes entering grades 6-12 and planning to practice, try-out, and compete after June 1 for the 19/20 school year. You must pre-register, go to the PHS website to sign-up and pay online.
  • Current sophomores and juniors interested in personalized test prep for the SAT test have an opportunity for a four day intensive SAT camp this summer taught by Plainfield teachers. The camp will run from 9:00-11:00 am from May 28 to May 31- just in time for the June SAT. See Mrs. Payton in E101 or your English teacher for more information.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

April 2, 2019

  • Congratulations to our PHS winter percussion ensembles! Both groups were named STATE CHAMPIONS this past weekend at the Indiana Percussion Associations State Finals competition. The groups will be traveling to Dayton, Ohio next weekend to compete in the WGI National Championships. Please come out to see their final community performances next Wednesday evening, April 10, at 8:30pm in the main gym. Congrats to all!
  • Attention all juniors and seniors! Jurassic Prom is just a few short weeks away! It will be held at the Biltwell Event Center in Indianapolis on Saturday, May 4 from 7:30-11:00. Tickets will be on sale during lunch from Thursday, April 18 until Friday, April 26. The cost is $45 per person, and you will be able to pay with cash or credit card. Looking forward to an epic prom!
  • Prom goers…are you bringing an underclassmen or a student from another school to our Jurassic Prom? Then you need to complete a guest form. Pick up a form at student services or the main office. Forms are due back to student services for approval by Wednesday, April 24.
  • Students…The new Club name voted on by YOU for the student mentor program is "Together We Lead". Wewill be planning an event in April. See Mr. Pearson or Officer Endsley if you have any ideas for upcoming events or programs.
  • Attention current sophomores and juniors! Applications for next year's Student Government Executive Board are now available in Student Services. See Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Good Luck to our PHS athletes in competition TONIGHT:

Track is at HOME against Avon at 5:00

Softball is at HOME against Franklin Community at 5:30

Girls Tennis plays AT Avon at 5:00

Baseball is AT Terre Haute South at 6:00

  • Our PHS Winter Guard competes at a National Competition in Dayton, OH later this week. Good Luck!
  • There will be a volleyball call out meeting on Monday, April 8 at 3:30 pm in the LGI room for any girl interested in playing volleyball next year.
  • Students - the Hendricks County Apprenticeship and Trades Fair is next Thursday, April 11th from 6-8 pm at Avon High School. The event is FREE and open to all PHS students and families. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn more about these great careers!
  • The annual Riley Dance Marathon will be Friday, April 12 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at PHS. It is open to all Plainfield High School students. Join us for a night filled with fun and games, FREE FOOD, and philanthropy as we try to raise $10,000 for the kids at Riley. Tickets will be sold during all lunches Monday, April 8 through Friday, April 12 or you can purchase your ticket at the door the night of the event. Tickets are $10 and you get an RDM shirt. There will be a dodgeball tournament, 3-on-3 basketball tournament, an inflatable obstacle course, a photo booth, a live DJ, and much, much more!
  • 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 17th. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

March 21, 2019

  • Students…The new Club name voted on by YOU for the student mentor program is "Together We Lead". Katelin Ashmore was the young lady who suggested the name and was the winner of the $25.00 gift card to Jacks Donuts. Wewill be planning an event in April. See Mr. Pearson or Officer Endsley if you have any ideas for upcoming events or programs.
  • SENIORS: If you DID NOT pick up your Graduation Announcements from Herff Jones, please pick them up in Guidance.
  • Reminder that the Quaker Corner is selling green (green apple) & white (lemonade) mixed slushies all this week for $.50!!
  • Attention current sophomores and juniors! Applications for next year's Student Government Executive Board are now available in Student Services. See Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Attention all RDM committee members: If you are wanting an RDM Committee shirt you need to have your $10 in to the treasurer and receipt to Mr. Ferguson by 3:00 TODAY.
  • We are celebrating Disability Awareness Month.

TODAY is National Down's Syndrome Day.

  • 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.
  • This announcement is from the Guidance Office to all 2019 graduates who have NOT yet filed their FAFSA. There is one more help day for you to file on site with an expert. This is next Wednesday, March 27th, 2:30-6:30 pm at Ivy Tech Community College, Greencastle campus. You can arrive any time between those hours with a parent. Remember that if you are a 21st Century Scholar, you MUST complete your FAFSA to maintain scholarship eligibility. ALL graduates are highly encouraged to file a FAFSA to ensure the possibility for aid with any post-graduation plan. Contact your counselor with any questions.
  • A big congratulations to Morgan Simmons. Morgan's sculpture, entitled "Taurus Lady" won a Gold Key Award at the local level for the Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition this year. Because of this honor she was judged also at the National Level. Morgan found out this week that she received the Gold Key Award, the highest honor, at this level. Her sculpture will be sent to New York to be included in an art exhibition. Please join me in congratulating Morgan on this great achievement!
  • There will be a volleyball call out meeting Monday, April 8 at 3:30 pm in the LGI room for any girl interested in playing volleyball next year.
  • The annual Riley Dance Marathon will be Friday, April 12 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at PHS. It is open to all Plainfield High School students. Join us for a night filled with fun and games, FREE FOOD, and philanthropy as we try to raise $10,000 for the kids at Riley. Tickets will be sold during all lunches Monday, April 8 through Friday, April 12 or you can purchase your ticket at the door the night of the event. Tickets are $10 and you get an RDM shirt. There will be a dodgeball tournament, 3-on-3 basketball tournament, an inflatable obstacle course, a photo booth, a live DJ, and much, much more!
  • 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 17th. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • TODAY is our last day of school until Monday, April 1. Have a safe and enjoyable Spring Break PHS!
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

March 19, 2019

  • SENIORS: TODAY is the day to pick up your Graduation Announcements! Herff Jones will be here during all lunches outside the cafeteria. Please go see them and get your items!
  • Anyone interested in trying out for boys soccer should attend the mandatory callout meeting TODAY after school in the LGI room. Contact Coach Sheppard with any questions.
  • There will be a mandatory meeting for all girls interested in playing golf next year for the high school team TONIGHT at 6 p.m. in the community room. Parents should also attend this meeting. Please contact Mr. Benge if you have any questions.
  • Reminder that the Quaker Corner is selling green (green apple) & white (lemonade) mixed slushies all this week for $.50!!
  • If you love to sing and dance, show choir is for you! There will be audition workshops TODAY from 6-7 pm and TOMORROW 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! Questions? Ask Mrs. Heaton in the choir room. Come join us!
  • Attention current sophomores and juniors! Applications for next year's Student Government Executive Board are now available in Student Services. See Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Remember that through Thursday, March 21 we will be celebrating Disability Awareness Month with Spirit Days sponsoring different disabilities represented in our classroom. We will be presenting during lunch each day highlighting the disability of day.
    • TODAY is Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD): Rainbow colors
      • Tomorrow is Cerebral Palsy and Scoliosis: Wear Green
        • Thursday, March 21st is Down's Syndrome (National Down's Syndrome Day): Wear Blue and Yellow
  • The AP Physics students would like to invite you to “Physics for All” TONIGHT. Browse through interactive physics demonstrations from 5:30-6:45 in the ellipse and stick around for a physics TV show lineup in the auditorium from 7:00-7:30. You won't want to miss this educational and very entertaining event. The best part about “Physics for All” this year is that it is FREE, so bring a family member or friend to attend with you!
  • Early College planning night is TONIGHT at 6:00 p.m. in the media center. The event is open to students and parents in grades 9-11. Please see Mr. Reber in guidance if you have any questions.
  • Our PHS Lady Quakers Softball team opens their season TONIGHT at HOME against Terre Haute South at 5:30.
  • A big congratulations to Morgan Simmons. Morgan's sculpture, entitled "Taurus Lady" won a Gold Key Award at the local level for the Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition this year. Because of this honor she was judged also at the National Level. Morgan found out this week that she received the Gold Key Award, the highest honor, at this level. Her sculpture will be sent to New York to be included in an art exhibition. Please join me in congratulating Morgan on this great achievement!
  • Congratulations to the following Track Team members that have qualified for the Hoosier State Relays Indoor State Meet.

Gage Jacobs 60m Dash; the Boys 4x200m Relay Team of Gage Jacobs, Ricky Alsum, Carter Minnett, and Caleb Weigel; Olivia Utterback 60m Hurdles; the Girls 4x200m Relay Team of Sarah O'Day, Olivia Utterback, Olivia Burkmire, and Araya Smilth; and the Girls 4x800m Relay Team of Karlee Waugh, Peyton Thomas, Isabel Kluszynski, and Samantha Hayden.

  • Our Quaker Baseball team will play a scrimmage game Wednesday night at Zionsville at 5:30.
  • Attention all RDM committee members: If you are wanting an RDM Committee shirt you need to have your $10 in to the treasurer and receipt to Mr. Ferguson by Thursday, March 21.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, March 21. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • There will be a volleyball call out meeting Monday, April 8 at 3:30 pm in the LGI room for any girl interested in playing volleyball next year.
  • The annual Riley Dance Marathon will be Friday, April 12 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at PHS. It is open to all Plainfield High School students. Join us for a night filled with fun and games, FREE FOOD, and philanthropy as we try to raise $10,000 for the kids at Riley. Tickets will be sold during all lunches Monday, April 8 through Friday, April 12 or you can purchase your ticket at the door the night of the event. Tickets are $10 and you get an RDM shirt. There will be a dodgeball tournament, 3-on-3 basketball tournament, an inflatable obstacle course, a photo booth, a live DJ, and much, much more!
  • 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 17th. Please see Mr. Schwanekamp with any questions.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

March 5, 2019

  • “Congratulations" to the 38 members of the Academic Super Bowl team for winning the Hendricks County Championship last Thursday in splendid and clear-cut fashion. These four disciplines also each won their individual competitions: Social Studies, Math, English, and Science. The team travels to Whiteland next Tuesday for a chance to win the Mid-State Conference championship.
  • Congratulations to the Varsity Guard on completing a strong season on the Indiana circuit this past weekend at the IHSCGA State Prelims contest. The Varsity Guard will now begin preparation for it's first ever trip to the WGI Winter Guard National Competition on April 3! Great job!
  • The JV Guard will be in competition this coming weekend at the IHSCGA divisional finals at Center Grove High School. Good luck as you wrap up your season!
  • Both PHS winter percussion ensembles were in competition this past weekend at the Indiana Percussion Association contest held at Noblesville High School. Both groups WON their class with exceptionally strong performances! They will be in competition again this coming weekend at Franklin Central and then will compete again here at PHS on Saturday evening.
  • Members of National Honor Society...if you are still looking for service hours, please consider volunteering at the Indiana Percussion Association competition being held at Plainfield High School this weekend. See Mrs. Sedwick for details on how to sign up for that event. It is VERY easy work, and Mr. Johnson will be happy to sign off on those volunteer hours next week after the competition!
  • Good Luck to our PHS track athletes tonight at the indoor meet at UINDY at 6:00.
  • There is no FCA this Thursday morning. I repeat there is no FCA this Thursday morning. See you on Pi day, March 14, when we will have pie, of course.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this Thursday, March 7. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • AP students…your AP exam registration is due THIS FRIDAY, March 8. Remember, taking your AP exams is required for every AP class you are enrolled in. See your AP teacher or Mr. Newbold in guidance if you have questions.
  • There is a new club forming next year and it needs a NAME! This is a mentorship club that will be for students and volunteers who want to make a difference in someone’s life. It will meet during Smart Periods. We are going to have a contest to find a cool name that students will be proud of while being a part of this exciting new adventure. If you have a name for the club that you would like to suggest, please email Officer Endsley at jendsley@plainfield.k12.in.us or turn it in to a suggestion box during all lunches until this Friday, March 8. Voting for the final name will take place next week.
  • Join Officer Endsley and his Plainfield police, fire and EMT friends on Friday, March 15 from 7:20-8:00 for “Coffee with a Cop” for FREE Hot Chocolate and Donuts in the cafeteria.
  • On Saturday, March 16, 2019, the first-ever teen book festival in Indiana, RosieCon, will take place at Ben Davis High School. In an effort to celebrate reading, RosieCon will feature 28 young adult authors from across the U.S. It will be a day filled with panel discussions, book autographing, and fun activities. The event will run from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tickets are  $25. Some of the authors attending RosieCon include Meg Medina, Sonya Sones, Veronica Rossi, Jeff Zentner, and John Corey Whaley. For more information, please see the media center window display or see Mrs. DuBois in the media center.
  • PHS Dance Team try-outs for the 2019-2020 team will be held on May 17th from 4:30-8pm. The team performs at all football games and some girls and boys basketball games. If you’d like to try out for the dance team please pick up a packet of information in the athletic office.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • Attention any Junior who is interested in Law Enforcement, CSI or a related career. The FBI Youth Leadership Academy offers a valuable hands-on summer experience for 3 days in July (the 8th to the 10th). Students need a 3.0 GPA and complete an application. See Mr. Owens in Guidance or email him if you are interested.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

February 28, 2019

  • Say, "Good Luck" and "walk like an Egyptian" to the students competing in the Hendricks County Academic Super Bowl competition tonight, right here at PHS, at 5:00 in the cafeteria.
  • Students: Our PHS boy's basketball team defeated Brownsburg Tuesday night in the first round of sectionals! It was a GREAT VICTORY! We now play Avon at 6:00 Friday night at Brownsburg. We need you there! Wear red, white, and blue and show your Red Pride spirit! Great job and Good Luck guys!
  • There will be a PHS Spirit Day TOMORROW sponsored by the PTO. Wear your Red Pride gear or dress up clothes for your activity. You will have a chance to win a gift card!
  • The boys swimming and diving team completed an outstanding season last weekend with an 18th place team finish at the State Championship meet. Highlights of the meet included individual place earners Max Wiser who finished in the top 16 in 2 events and Jackson VanWanzeele who also earned top 16 finishes in multiple events. Wiser and VanWanzeele teamed with Nolan Mennonno and Brock Kinnamon to break 2 school records in relays and had the highest finish of the meet for the team in the 400 freestyle relay, placing 9th overall. Great season boys!
  • Track team members…don’t forget to turn in your cookie dough orders and money to the treasurer TODAY!
  • Current sophomores and juniors planning to attend Area 31 next year need to submit the online application by March 4th. http://www.area31enrollment.com
  • Look for our new menu in the PHS Cafe. New breakfast items include: breakfast nachos and ham & cheese croissants. Come get a nutritious breakfast from 7:30-8:05. New lunch menu items include: sloppy joes, stuffed crust pizza and many more options to choose from!
  • There is a new club forming next year and it needs a NAME! This is a mentorship club that will be for students and volunteers who want to make a difference in someone’s life. It will meet during Smart Periods. We are going to have a contest to find a cool name that students will be proud of while being a part of this exciting new adventure. The name will be voted on by staff and students on March 15, 2019 when we have our “Coffee with a Cop Day” here at PHS; the winner gets a $25 gift card to Jacks Donuts! If you have a name for the club that you would like to suggest, please email Officer Endsley at jendsley@plainfield.k12.in.us or turn it in to a suggestion box during all lunches until Friday, March 8. Voting for the final name will take place the following week.
  • Students…have you lost anything in the month of February? Then go to Student Services this week and check out the lost and found. All items still left this Friday will be donated!
  • Do you have a good Rainbow Six or Overwatch team? Do you think you could compete in a solo Smash Bros or Fortnite tournament? These and other games are being offered for the Spring Majors season through the High School Esports League. See Mrs. Walters in room E206 for more information.
  • SOFTBALL TRYOUTS are next week, March 4, 5, and 6th in the field house from 4:45-6:45. Again, you must be enrolled in PRIVIT in order to try out.
  • MSA's annual Spring Event will be held this year on Wednesday, March 13, at 6:00 p.m. at the ISNA headquarters. The MSA group would like to invite you to come for some delicious food and good fellowship. Once again we will begin with a brief presentation from a guest speaker followed by a meal catered by the families. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Mrs. Cavanaugh by TOMORROW, March 1st so we can let our parents know how many guests to expect for dinner. Our MSA students always get excited about this annual event and love seeing their school family members there!
  • On Saturday, March 16, 2019, the first-ever teen book festival in Indiana, RosieCon, will take place at Ben Davis High School. In an effort to celebrate reading, RosieCon will feature 28 young adult authors from across the U.S. It will be a day filled with panel discussions, book autographing, and fun activities. The event will run from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 by February 16th and $25 after February 16th. Some of the authors attending RosieCon include Meg Medina, Sonya Sones, Veronica Rossi, Jeff Zentner, and John Corey Whaley. For more information, please see the media center window display or see Mrs. DuBois in the media center.
  • PHS Dance Team try-outs for the 2019-2020 team will be held on May 17th from 4:30-8pm. The team performs at all football games and some girls and boys basketball games. If you’d like to try out for the dance team please pick up a packet of information in the athletic office.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • Attention any Junior who is interested in Law Enforcement, CSI or a related career. The FBI Youth Leadership Academy offers a valuable hands-on summer experience for 3 days in July (the 8th to the 10th). Students need a 3.0 GPA and complete an application. See Mr. Owens in Guidance or email him if you are interested.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

February 26, 2019

  • Today is a block scheduling day. 1st, 3rd, 5th and 7th period classes will meet!
  • Students: Our PHS boy's basketball team plays TONIGHT at 6:00 to begin Sectional play. We play Brownsburg at Brownsburg! Let's have a loud and proud cheering section! Good Luck guys!
  • The boys swimming and diving team completed an outstanding season last weekend with an 18th place team finish at the State Championship meet. Highlights of the meet included individual place earners Max Wiser who finished in the top 16 in 2 events and Jackson VanWanzeele who also earned top 16 finishes in multiple events. Wiser and VanWanzeele teamed with Nolan Mennonno and Brock Kinnamon to break 2 school records in relays and had the highest finish of the meet for the team in the 400 freestyle relay, placing 9th overall. Great season boys!
  • Join us TONIGHT for the PHS Winter Band concert at 7:00 in the PHS auditorium. It will be a great night of wonderful music!
  • Junior Optimist is promoting the “Hop for Hope” event at SkyZone benefiting Sheltering Wings in Hendricks County. You don’t want to miss it! There will be a dodgeball tournament, karaoke, a slam dunk contest plus great food and open jump. Admission is only a $5 donation at the door that will go directly to Sheltering Wings. All this fun is TONIGHT from 4:30-8:00. You can come at any time to “Hop for some Hope”.
  • Look for our new menu in the PHS Cafe. New breakfast items include: breakfast nachos and ham & cheese croissants. Come get a nutritious breakfast from 7:30-8:05. New lunch menu items include: sloppy joes, stuffed crust pizza and many more options to choose from!
  • There is a new club forming next year and it needs a NAME! This is a mentorship club that will be for students and volunteers who want to make a difference in someone’s life. It will meet during Smart Periods. We are going to have a contest to find a cool name that students will be proud of while being a part of this exciting new adventure. The name will be voted on by staff and students on March 15, 2019 when we have our “Coffee with a Cop Day” here at PHS; the winner gets a $25 gift card to Jacks Donuts!
  • Wednesday night at 7:00 the PHS Orchestra will be performing their winter concert. Join them for an evening of beautiful music!
  • Belles et Beaux, Femmes Fatales and Nouvelles travelled to Warren Central High School to compete at the Circle City Classic. Nouvelles placed 7th, Femmes Fatales place 2nd and Belles et Beaux placed 4th in their respective divisions. Stephen Avilez was Grand Champion of the Solo Competition division. Congrats to all! Now on to Avon High School this coming Saturday!
  • The Plainfield Dance Team competed at the north regional competition on Saturday. They placed 6th in AAA jazz competition and advanced to State Finals! State Finals are March 9 at Lafayette Jeff High School. Congrats and Good Luck ladies!
  • The JV winter guard placed 9th at the Northview Invitational this past weekend, while the Varsity guard placed 8th in it's class. The varsity will be competing at state prelims this coming weekend at Mt Vernon High School. Good luck!!
  • Students…have you lost anything in the month of February? Then go to Student Services this week and check out the lost and found. All items still left this Friday will be donated!
  • Academic Super Bowl students, walk like an Egyptian to Mr. Peters' room and get your t-shirts.
  • There will be a PHS Spirit Day this Friday sponsored by the PTO. Wear your Red Pride gear or dress up clothes for your activity. You will have a chance to win a gift card!
  • Do you have a good Rainbow Six or Overwatch team? Do you think you could compete in a solo Smash Bros or Fortnite tournament? These and other games are being offered for the Spring Majors season through the High School Esports League. See Mrs. Walters in room E206 for more information.
  • PHS  SOFTBALL TRYOUTS are March 4, 5, and 6th in the field house from 4:45-6:45. Again, you must be enrolled in PRIVIT in order to try out.
  • MSA's annual Spring Event will be held this year on Wednesday, March 13, at 6:00 p.m. at the ISNA headquarters. The MSA group would like to invite you to come for some delicious food and good fellowship. Once again we will begin with a brief presentation from a guest speaker followed by a meal catered by the families. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Mrs. Cavanaugh by March 1st so we can let our parents know how many guests to expect for dinner. Our MSA students always get excited about this annual event and love seeing their school family members there!
  • On Saturday, March 16, 2019, the first-ever teen book festival in Indiana, RosieCon, will take place at Ben Davis High School. In an effort to celebrate reading, RosieCon will feature 28 young adult authors from across the U.S. It will be a day filled with panel discussions, book autographing, and fun activities. The event will run from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 by February 16th and $25 after February 16th. Some of the authors attending RosieCon include Meg Medina, Sonya Sones, Veronica Rossi, Jeff Zentner, and John Corey Whaley. For more information, please see the media center window display or see Mrs. DuBois in the media center.
  • PHS Dance Team try-outs for the 2019-2020 team will be held on May 17th from 4:30-8 p.m. The team performs at all football games and some girls and boys basketball games. If you’d like to try out for the dance team please pick up a packet of information in the athletic office.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • Attention any Junior who is interested in Law Enforcement, CSI or a related career. The FBI Youth Leadership Academy offers a valuable hands-on summer experience for 3 days in July (the 8th to the 10th). Students need a 3.0 GPA and complete an application. See Mr. Owens in Guidance or email him if you are interested.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

February 22, 2019

  • Good Luck to our swimmers tonight and tomorrow at State Finals! Our PHS boys swimming and diving team captured its first sectional title in 16 years last Saturday. An outstanding all-around team effort in the Thursday preliminary session put the Quakers in position to win the meet. In the finals session, highlights of the day were Senior Max Wiser and Junior Jackson VanWanzeele, who were double individual event winners and broke individual event school records. Wiser and VanWanzeele teamed with Nolan Mennonno and Brock Kinnamon to win 2 more relay events and broke a school record in a relay as well. Cayden Kennedy advanced to the regional diving meet, where he placed 11th. The boys will be competing at the state championship meet this weekend at IUPUI. Great job and Good Luck swimmers!
  • The PHS Varsity and JV Winter Guard will be competing this Saturday at Northview High School. Good Luck!
  • Belles et Beaux and Femmes Fatales show choirs will be competing this Saturday at Warren Central HS. Leave it on the stage
  • Academic Super Bowl students, walk like an Egyptian to Mr. Peters' room and get your t-shirts.
  • There is a new club forming next year and it needs a NAME! This is a mentorship club that will be for students and volunteers who want to make a difference in someone’s life. It will meet during Smart Period. We are going to have a contest to find a cool name that students will be proud of while being a part of this exciting new adventure. The name will be voted on by staff and students on March 15, 2019 when we have our “Coffee with a Cop Day” here at PHS; the winner gets a $25 gift card to Jacks Donuts!
  • News from the PHS Café: Look for our new menu Monday, February 25. New breakfast items include: Breakfast Nachos and Ham & Cheese Croissants. Come get a nutritious breakfast from 7:30-8:05. New lunch menu includes: Sloppy Joes, Stuffed Crust Pizza and many more options to choose from!
  • Junior Optimist is promoting the “Hop for Hope” event at SkyZone benefiting Sheltering Wings in Hendricks County. You don’t want to miss it! There will be a dodgeball tournament, karaoke, a slam dunk contest plus great food and open jump. Admission is only a $5 donation at the door that will go directly to Sheltering Wings. All this fun is on Tuesday, February 26th from 4:30-8:00. You can come at any time to “Hop for some Hope”. If you have questions please see Hannah Bavar or Grace Abell.
  • Do you have a good Rainbow Six or Overwatch team? Do you think you could compete in a solo Smash Bros or Fortnite tournament? These and other games are being offered for the Spring Majors season through the High School Esports League. See Mrs. Walters in room E206 for more information.
  • SOFTBALL TRYOUTS are March 4, 5, and 6. If you have not met with coach Collier yet, please do so in room H111. You have to be enrolled in PRIVIT in order to try out.
  • MSA's annual Spring Event will be held this year on Wednesday, March 13, at 6:00 p.m. at the ISNA headquarters. The MSA group would like to invite you to come for some delicious food and good fellowship. Once again we will begin with a brief presentation from a guest speaker followed by a meal catered by the families. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Mrs. Cavanaugh by March 1 so we can let our parents know how many guests to expect for dinner. Our MSA students always get excited about this annual event and love seeing their school family members there!
  • On Saturday, March 16, 2019, the first-ever teen book festival in Indiana, RosieCon, will take place at Ben Davis High School. In an effort to celebrate reading, RosieCon will feature 28 young adult authors from across the U.S. It will be a day filled with panel discussions, book autographing, and fun activities. The event will run from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 by February 16th and $25 after February 16th. Some of the authors attending RosieCon include Meg Medina, Sonya Sones, Veronica Rossi, Jeff Zentner, and John Corey Whaley. For more information, please see the media center window display or see Mrs. DuBois in the media center.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • MSA's annual Spring Event will be held this year on Wednesday, March 13, at 6:00 p.m. at the ISNA headquarters. The MSA group would like to invite you to come for some delicious food and good fellowship. Once again we will begin with a brief presentation from a guest speaker followed by a meal catered by the families. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Mrs. Cavanaugh by March 1 so we can let our parents know how many guests to expect for dinner. Our MSA students always get excited about this annual event and love seeing their school family members there!
  • Attention any Junior who is interested in Law Enforcement, CSI or a related career. The FBI Youth Leadership Academy offers a valuable hands-on summer experience for 3 days in July (the 8th to the 10th). Students need a 3.0 GPA and complete an application. See Mr. Owens in Guidance or email him if you are interested.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

February 21, 2019

  • Our PHS boys swimming and diving team captured its first sectional title in 16 years last Saturday. An outstanding all-around team effort in the Thursday preliminary session put the Quakers in position to win the meet. In the finals session, highlights of the day were Senior Max Wiser and Junior Jackson VanWanzeele, who were double individual event winners and broke individual event school records. Wiser and VanWanzeele teamed with Nolan Mennonno and Brock Kinnamon to win 2 more relay events and broke a school record in a relay as well. Cayden Kennedy advanced to the regional diving meet, where he placed 11th. The boys will be competing at the state championship meet this weekend at IUPUI. Great job and Good Luck swimmers!
  • Vote for PHS swimmer Max Wiser for Indy Star Athlete of the Week. Voting ends Friday at noon.

https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2019/02/19/vote-indystar-athletes-week-feb-11-16/2919469002/

  • 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.
  • Come to an informational meeting TONIGHT at 7:00 inviting you on a TWO WEEK TRIP through Europe in the summer of 2020. We will be traveling through England, France, Germany and Austria. Bring a friend! RSVP to the event by stopping by Mrs. Sanford's classroom - E109 to pick up an RSVP online code. All who RSVP online will be entered into a drawing for a $100 discount. Join us on a once in a lifetime opportunity to travel with your friends to amazing places! Questions? Stop by E109.
  • The Hendricks County College and Career Fair is TONIGHT from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds in Danville. The event also includes free workshops on college admissions, financial aid, and career opportunities - the workshops will run from 5-7:00 pm. The event is free and open to all PHS students and families. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • The PHS Varsity and JV Winter Guard will be competing this Saturday at Northview High School. Good Luck!
  • Belles et Beaux and Femmes Fatales show choirs will be competing this Saturday at Warren Central HS. Leave it on the stage
  • Academic Super Bowl students, walk like an Egyptian to Mr. Peters' room and get your t-shirts.
  • There is a new club forming next year and it needs a NAME! This is a mentorship club that will be for students and volunteers who want to make a difference in someone’s life. It will meet during Smart Period. We are going to have a contest to find a cool name that students will be proud of while being a part of this exciting new adventure. The name will be voted on by staff and students on March 15, 2019 when we have our “Coffee with a Cop Day” here at PHS; the winner gets a $25 gift card to Jacks Donuts!
  • If you're interested in raising your SAT scores, Plainfield is offering a ZAPS SAT test prep seminar this Saturday, February 23rd from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Students will learn tips to improve scores, strategies for picking answers, ways to reduce test anxiety and gain confidence, take short practice tests, and receive extensive materials for home practice. The cost is $95, and students can register at www.doorwaytocollege.com or by calling 877-927-8378.
  • News from the PHS Café: Look for our new menu Monday, February 25. New breakfast items include: Breakfast Nachos and Ham & Cheese Croissants. Come get a nutritious breakfast from 7:30-8:05. New lunch menu includes: Sloppy Joes, Stuffed Crust Pizza and many more options to choose from!
  • Junior Optimist is promoting the “Hop for Hope” event at SkyZone benefiting Sheltering Wings in Hendricks County. You don’t want to miss it! There will be a dodgeball tournament, karaoke, a slam dunk contest plus great food and open jump. Admission is only a $5 donation at the door that will go directly to Sheltering Wings. All this fun is on Tuesday, February 26th from 4:30-8:00. You can come at any time to “Hop for some Hope”. If you have questions please see Hannah Bavar or Grace Abell.
  • Do you have a good Rainbow Six or Overwatch team? Do you think you could compete in a solo Smash Bros or Fortnite tournament? These and other games are being offered for the Spring Majors season through the High School Esports League. See Mrs. Walters in room E206 for more information.
  • SOFTBALL TRYOUTS are March 4, 5, and 6. If you have not met with coach Collier yet, please do so in room H111. You have to be enrolled in PRIVIT in order to try out.
  • MSA's annual Spring Event will be held this year on Wednesday, March 13, at 6:00 p.m. at the ISNA headquarters. The MSA group would like to invite you to come for some delicious food and good fellowship. Once again we will begin with a brief presentation from a guest speaker followed by a meal catered by the families. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Mrs. Cavanaugh by March 1 so we can let our parents know how many guests to expect for dinner. Our MSA students always get excited about this annual event and love seeing their school family members there!
  • On Saturday, March 16, 2019, the first-ever teen book festival in Indiana, RosieCon, will take place at Ben Davis High School. In an effort to celebrate reading, RosieCon will feature 28 young adult authors from across the U.S. It will be a day filled with panel discussions, book autographing, and fun activities. The event will run from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 by February 16th and $25 after February 16th. Some of the authors attending RosieCon include Meg Medina, Sonya Sones, Veronica Rossi, Jeff Zentner, and John Corey Whaley. For more information, please see the media center window display or see Mrs. DuBois in the media center.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • MSA's annual Spring Event will be held this year on Wednesday, March 13, at 6:00 p.m. at the ISNA headquarters. The MSA group would like to invite you to come for some delicious food and good fellowship. Once again we will begin with a brief presentation from a guest speaker followed by a meal catered by the families. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Mrs. Cavanaugh by March 1 so we can let our parents know how many guests to expect for dinner. Our MSA students always get excited about this annual event and love seeing their school family members there!
  • Attention any Junior who is interested in Law Enforcement, CSI or a related career. The FBI Youth Leadership Academy offers a valuable hands-on summer experience for 3 days in July (the 8th to the 10th). Students need a 3.0 GPA and complete an application. See Mr. Owens in Guidance or email him if you are interested.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

February 19, 2019

  • Thank you to everyone that donated at the blood drive on Tuesday. We had one of our best blood drives ever, with 96 units collected!!!
  • TONIGHT eat out at Chick-fil-A and support the PHS Orchestra. The event is from 5:00-8:00. Just mention you are there to support the PHS Orchestra and they will earn 20%!
  • There will be a prom committee meeting TOMORROW morning at 7:30 a.m. in room E209. All juniors interested in helping make decisions for prom are welcome. See you there!
  • The Varsity Wrestling season concluded this weekend with both Logan Boe and L.J. Burdon placing in the State Tournament at Banker's Life Fieldhouse. Logan Boe finished in 7th place, his third straight year placing at state. He will continue his quest for a state championship next year as a senior. L.J. Burdon finished in 8th place and wrapped up an amazing four year career at Plainfield High School. L.J. finished with 119 career wins, is fourth all time in career escapes with 96, and now holds both the season take-down record with 161 and career take-down record with 390.
  • Congratulations to our boy’s swimmer and divers for capturing a SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP over the weekend. The first title since 2003. Good luck to diver Cayden Kennedy at diving Regionals tonight at PHS at 6:00.
  • The Varsity Winter Guard had a strong performance this past weekend at the WGI Indy Regional competition at Greenfield Central High School. Both the JV and Varsity guards will be competing again this Saturday at Northview High School.
  • This weekend the dance team competed their solos, duo, and small ensemble in the semi state and state competition. In semi state Shaylee Navarrette placed 7th for her solo and Caroline South and Caitlin Scalf placed 12th for their duo. Gabi McCarty and the small ensemble advanced to state where Gabi McCarty placed 9th for her solo and Gabi McCarty, Joslynn Osborne, and Jennifer Bender placed 7th for their small ensemble.
  • Belles et Beaux and Femmes Fatales traveled to Ben Davis High School to compete against very tough competition. Belles et Beaux placed 5th in the mixed division. Femmes Fatales placed 3rd in the unisex division. Congratulations to everyone! They will compete this Saturday at Warren Central HS.
  • Academic Super Bowl students, walk like an Egyptian to Mr. Peters' room and get your t-shirts.
  • Our PHS boy’s basketball team will be honoring our Seniors at the final home game tomorrow night against Greenfield Central. Game times are 6:00 and 7:30. Come out on Senior night to support our team. Go Red Pride!
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, February 21. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Come to an informational meeting this Thursday, February 21st at 7:00 inviting you on a TWO WEEK TRIP through Europe in the summer of 2020. We will be traveling through England, France, Germany and Austria. Bring a friend! RSVP to the event by stopping by Mrs. Sanford's classroom - E109 to pick up an RSVP online code. All who RSVP online will be entered into a drawing for a $100 discount. Join us on a once in a lifetime opportunity to travel with your friends to amazing places! Questions? Stop by E109.
  • The Hendricks County College and Career Fair is this Thursday, February 21st from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds in Danville. The event also includes free workshops on college admissions, financial aid, and career opportunities - the workshops will run from 5-7:00 pm. The event is free and open to all PHS students and families. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • Junior Optimist is promoting the “Hop for Hope” event at SkyZone benefiting Sheltering Wings in Hendricks County. You don’t want to miss it! There will be a dodgeball tournament, karaoke, a slam dunk contest plus great food and open jump. Admission is only a $5 donation at the door that will go directly to Sheltering Wings. All this fun is on Tuesday, February 26th from 4:30-8:00. You can come at any time to “Hop for some Hope”. If you have questions please see Hannah Bavar or Grace Abell.
  • Do you have a good Rainbow Six or Overwatch team? Do you think you could compete in a solo Smash Bros or Fortnite tournament? These and other games are being offered for the Spring Majors season through the High School Esports League. See Mrs. Walters in room E206 for more information.
  • If you're interested in raising your SAT scores, Plainfield is offering a ZAPS SAT test prep seminar this Saturday, February 23rd from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Students will learn tips to improve scores, strategies for picking answers, ways to reduce test anxiety and gain confidence, take short practice tests, and receive extensive materials for home practice. The cost is $95, and students can register at www.doorwaytocollege.com or by calling 877-927-8378.
  • News from the PHS Café: Look for our new menu Monday, February 25. New breakfast items include: Breakfast Nachos and Ham & Cheese Croissants. Come get a nutritious breakfast from 7:30-8:05. New lunch menu includes: Sloppy Joes, Stuffed Crust Pizza and many more options to choose from!
  • SOFTBALL TRYOUTS are March 4, 5, and 6. If you have not met with coach Collier yet, please do so in room H111. You have to be enrolled in PRIVIT in order to try out.
  • On Saturday, March 16, 2019, the first-ever teen book festival in Indiana, RosieCon, will take place at Ben Davis High School. In an effort to celebrate reading, RosieCon will feature 28 young adult authors from across the U.S. It will be a day filled with panel discussions, book autographing, and fun activities. The event will run from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 by February 16th and $25 after February 16th. Some of the authors attending RosieCon include Meg Medina, Sonya Sones, Veronica Rossi, Jeff Zentner, and John Corey Whaley. For more information, please see the media center window display or see Mrs. DuBois in the media center.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • MSA's annual Spring Event will be held this year on Wednesday, March 13, at 6:00 p.m. at the ISNA headquarters. The MSA group would like to invite you to come for some delicious food and good fellowship. Once again we will begin with a brief presentation from a guest speaker followed by a meal catered by the families. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Mrs. Cavanaugh by March 1 so we can let our parents know how many guests to expect for dinner. Our MSA students always get excited about this annual event and love seeing their school family members there!
  • Attention any Junior who is interested in Law Enforcement, CSI or a related career. The FBI Youth Leadership Academy offers a valuable hands-on summer experience for 3 days in July (the 8th to the 10th). Students need a 3.0 GPA and complete an application. See Mr. Owens in Guidance or email him if you are interested.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

February 15, 2019

  • Thank you to everyone that donated at the blood drive on Tuesday. We had one of our best blood drives ever, with 96 units collected!!!
  • Congratulations to Logan Boe and L.J. Burdon for punching their ticket to the Indiana State Wrestling Finals this weekend at Banker's Life Fieldhouse. Both wrestlers will wrestle TONIGHT for their chance to cement their place as top 8 in the State and continue their quest for a State Title on Saturday.
  • Our PHS Red Pride boy’s basketball team travels to Franklin TONIGHT in Mid-State action. Game times are 6:00 and 7:30. Good Luck!
  • Saturday, PHS hosts the boy’s swimming and diving sectionals. Diving prelims are at 9:00 followed by Finals for both events at 1:00. Good Luck to our PHS swimmers and divers!
  • Good Luck to our PHS Show Choirs at Ben Davis on Saturday. Femmes Fatales take the stage at 8:00 a.m. and Belles et Beaux perform at 2:20 p.m.
  • Our PHS Dance Team competes at Crawfordsville High School tomorrow. Good Luck ladies!
  • Good luck to the Varsity Guard on Saturday at Greenfield Central where they will be competing against groups from all over the Midwest.
  • Congratulations to our newest PHS Ambassadors: Grace Abell, Salik Ahmad, Eden Amis, Emma Ash, Jack Beebe, Tannah Benware, Jack Burkhardt, Hannah Clay, Lauren Coffey, Madison Cotton, Lilli Faulkenberg, Hunter Hrbek, Jayci Mead, Samantha Morris, Rashad Saleem, Daniel Susalla, Maggie Thompson. They join our current Ambassadors Mackenzie Dalton, Emma Eldridge, Kayla Gossman, Claire Harper, Alex Kessinger, Sarah Meyer, Mason Naaman, Ann Nahlen, Emma Owen, Abi Phillips, Mae Planker, David Pugh and Natalie Sheets.
  • There will be a prom committee meeting next Wednesday, February 20 at 7:30 a.m. in room E209. All juniors interested in helping make decisions for prom are welcome. See you there!
  • Come to an informational meeting on Thursday, February 21st at 7:00 inviting you on a TWO WEEK TRIP through Europe in the summer of 2020. We will be traveling through England, France, Germany and Austria. Bring a friend! RSVP to the event by stopping by Mrs. Sanford's classroom - E109 to pick up an RSVP online code. All who RSVP online will be entered into a drawing for a $100 discount. Join us on a once in a lifetime opportunity to travel with your friends to amazing places! Questions? Stop by E109.
  • The Hendricks County College and Career Fair is on Thursday, February 21st from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds in Danville. The event also includes free workshops on college admissions, financial aid, and career opportunities - the workshops will run from 5-7:00 pm. The event is free and open to all PHS students and families. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • If you're interested in raising your SAT scores, Plainfield is offering a ZAPS SAT test prep seminar on Saturday, February 23rd from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Students will learn tips to improve scores, strategies for picking answers, ways to reduce test anxiety and gain confidence, take short practice tests, and receive extensive materials for home practice. The cost is $95, and students can register at www.doorwaytocollege.com or by calling 877-927-8378.
  • SOFTBALL TRYOUTS are March 4, 5, and 6. If you have not met with coach Collier yet, please do so in room H111. You have to be enrolled in PRIVIT in order to try out.
  • On Saturday, March 16, 2019, the first-ever teen book festival in Indiana, RosieCon, will take place at Ben Davis High School. In an effort to celebrate reading, RosieCon will feature 28 young adult authors from across the U.S. It will be a day filled with panel discussions, book autographing, and fun activities. The event will run from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 by February 16th and $25 after February 16th. Some of the authors attending RosieCon include Meg Medina, Sonya Sones, Veronica Rossi, Jeff Zentner, and John Corey Whaley. For more information, please see the media center window display or see Mrs. DuBois in the media center.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • MSA's annual Spring Event will be held this year on Wednesday, March 13, at 6:00 p.m. at the ISNA headquarters. The MSA group would like to invite you to come for some delicious food and good fellowship. Once again we will begin with a brief presentation from a guest speaker followed by a meal catered by the families. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Mrs. Cavanaugh by March 1 so we can let our parents know how many guests to expect for dinner. Our MSA students always get excited about this annual event and love seeing their school family members there!
  • Attention any Junior who is interested in Law Enforcement, CSI or a related career. The FBI Youth Leadership Academy offers a valuable hands-on summer experience for 3 days in July (the 8th to the 10th). Students need a 3.0 GPA and complete an application. See Mr. Owens in Guidance or email him if you are interested.
  • Don't forget no school on Monday! Enjoy your 3 day weekend.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

February 12, 2019

  • Dine to Donate at Jack’s Donuts TONIGHT! Help spread some love and support the PHS PTO. The event is from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. tonight.
  • Auditions for the spring play Pride and Prejudice are today and tomorrow. The link to sign up to audition or to be on the crew can be found on the PHS Performing Arts webpage or in schoology. - https://www.plainfield.k12.in.us/o/plainfield-high-school/page/performing-arts--6
  • The Yearbook’s Valentine’s Day giveaway is OFFICIALLY open!!! They will be giving away a HUGE giftcard package, which includes a $25 Chick-Fil-A giftcard AND a $15 Movie Theater giftcard! To enter, follow the yearbook on Instagram @phssilhouettes and like the OFFICIAL GIVEAWAY POST! The giveaway will end at the start of 5th period on Thursday February 14th!
  • The PHS Lady Quakers swimmers and divers competed at the State Championship meet over the weekend. The girls placed three athletes on the medal stand with freshman Daryn Wright finishing 2nd in the State in diving, sophomore Mikayla Zick finishing 7th in diving and sophomore Elle Gilkerson finishing 8th in the State in the 100 Breaststroke. Swimmers Maggie McGuire, Elle Gilkerson, Kylie Knutson and Samantha Meier broke a school record to finish 18th in the 200 Medley Relay and Lucy Engle-Wilkerson and Sydney Srnka teamed with Maggie McGuire and Kylie Knutson to earn a 24th place finish in the 400 freestyle relay. Overall, the team totaled enough points to place them 14th in the State! Outstanding job ladies on a successful season!
  • Congrats to Logan Boe and L.J. Burdon for punching their ticket to the Indiana State Wrestling Finals this weekend at Banker's Life Fieldhouse. Logan finished 3rd and L.J. finished 2nd at the Evansville Semi-State. Both wrestlers will wrestle Friday night for their chance to cement their place as top 8 in the State and continue their quest for a State Title on Saturday.
  • The varsity winter guard placed 5th this past weekend at Brownsburg while the JV winter guard earned a silver rating. Good luck to the varsity guard this coming weekend when they will be traveling to Greenfield Central and will be competing against groups from all over the Midwest.
  • Congratulations to our newest PHS Ambassadors: Grace Abell, Salik Ahmad, Eden Amis, Emma Ash, Jack Beebe, Tannah Benware, Jack Burkhardt, Hannah Clay, Lauren Coffey, Madison Cotton, Lilli Faulkenberg, Hunter Hrbek, Jayci Mead, Samantha Morris, Rashad Saleem, Daniel Susalla, Maggie Thompson. They join our current Ambassadors Mackenzie Dalton, Emma Eldridge, Kayla Gossman, Claire Harper, Alex Kessinger, Sarah Meyer, Mason Naaman, Ann Nahlen, Emma Owen, Abi Phillips, Mae Planker, David Pugh and Natalie Sheets.
  • Attention any Junior who is interested in Law Enforcement, CSI or a related career. The FBI Youth Leadership Academy offers a valuable hands-on summer experience for 3 days in July (the 8th to the 10th). Students need a 3.0 GPA and complete an application. See Mr. Owens in Guidance or email him if you are interested.
  • The Hendricks County College and Career Fair is on Thursday, February 21st from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds in Danville. The event also includes free workshops on college admissions, financial aid, and career opportunities - the workshops will run from 5-7:00 pm. The event is free and open to all PHS students and families. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • On Saturday, March 16, 2019, the first-ever teen book festival in Indiana, RosieCon, will take place at Ben Davis High School. In an effort to celebrate reading, RosieCon will feature 28 young adult authors from across the U.S. It will be a day filled with panel discussions, book autographing, and fun activities. The event will run from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 by February 16th and $25 after February 16th. Some of the authors attending RosieCon include Meg Medina, Sonya Sones, Veronica Rossi, Jeff Zentner, and John Corey Whaley. For more information, please see the media center window display or see Mrs. DuBois in the media center.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday. Please report to desk at door 1.
  • If you're interested in raising your SAT scores, Plainfield is offering a ZAPS SAT test prep seminar on Saturday, February 23rd from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Students will learn tips to improve scores, strategies for picking answers, ways to reduce test anxiety and gain confidence, take short practice tests, and receive extensive materials for home practice. The cost is $95, and students can register at www.doorwaytocollege.com or by calling 877-927-8378.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

February 7, 2019

  • CONGRATS to PHS divers on an outstanding Regional Tuesday night! Daryn Wright is Regional Champion, the first Hendricks County diver in 8 years to win this title! Also finishing strong was Mikayla Zick in 3rd place and Kristina Zick in 5th! All three have advanced to the State Diving Finals this Saturday at IUPUI. Great job ladies and Good Luck!
  • There is only one day left for the food drive to Sack Hunger! Help the Interact Club, Jr. Optimists, and Muslim Student Association collect non-perishable food items to deliver to St. Mark's food pantry. The first period class with the most items will be treated to a donut party. Every item you bring in helps local families in need.
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY! Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Students…don’t forget about group and club picture day TOMORROW. Photos will take place in the main gym. Check schoology for your specific photo time.
  • Are you in need of service hours? Sheltering Wings is in need of volunteers to babysit this Saturday night from 5-10:30. This could be divided into shifts if there are enough volunteers. E-mail Mrs. Payton if you are interested.
  • Auditions for the spring play Pride and Prejudice will be February 11 & 12. The link to sign up to audition or to be on the crew can be found on the PHS Performing Arts webpage or in schoology. - https://www.plainfield.k12.in.us/o/plainfield-high-school/page/performing-arts--6
  • The PHS Blood Drive is next Tuesday, February 12th in the auditorium lobby. There is a big shortage and blood donations are needed! Sign-ups are taking place this week during all lunches. You must be 16 to donate and meet the weight requirements. Please see Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • The Lady Quakers swimming and diving team won their first Sectional Championship in 17 years with a total team effort last Saturday. Every swimmer and diver that was in the meet turned in a lifetime best performance and contributed to the team score. Highlights include sophomore Elle Gilkerson who broke her own sectional record in the 100 Breaststroke as well as relay team swimmers Maggie McGuire, Kylie Knutson, Samantha Meier, Lucia Engle-Wilkerson and Sydney Srnka who advanced to this week's State Finals. Seniors Tori Kinnamon, Rachel Jones and Shannon Rogers turned in outstanding performances that helped to sew up the victory for PHS. State Finals are this Friday and Saturday at IUPUI. Great job ladies!
  • Eight wrestlers competed at the Mooresville Regional last Saturday, where Plainfield finished 4th as a team and seven wrestlers advanced to semi-state!!! L.J. Burdon was Champion at 145 lbs., Logan Boe finished 2nd, Tyson Nuetzman and Jack Biddle finished third, and Cameron Allen, Camden Spears, and Landon Boe finished fourth. These wrestlers will compete at the Evansville Semi-State this Saturday. Great job and Good Luck this weekend.
  • The PHS dance team received 1st place in their small ensemble division at their competition at Homestead High School this past weekend.
  • The following students participated in ISSMA District Solo and Ensemble contest this past Saturday at Avon High School. Earning a gold medal and qualifying for State Solo and Ensemble Contest were Bekah Mackey, Emily Bugler, Jessica Lautenschlager, Zach Reynolds, Katie Estes, Kaylee Prewitt, Deacon Harris, Maddie Smith, Madison Carr, Stephen Avilez, Morgan Fischer, Winnie Watkins, Isabel Avilez, Olivia Beard, Ethan Reynolds, Logan Wuertley, Piper Watkins, Allison Swift and Sydney Andrews. Other medal winners were Kyla Watts, gold and Marissa Dzul, Lauren Ewing, Macy Gunnell, Zoe Sterns, and Erin Vaughan silver medals. Several ensembles also earned gold and silver medals as well. Congratulations, everyone!
  • The Hendricks County College and Career Fair is on Thursday, February 21st from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds in Danville. The event also includes free workshops on college admissions, financial aid, and career opportunities - the workshops will run from 5-7:00 pm. The event is free and open to all PHS students and families. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday.
  • If you're interested in raising your SAT scores, Plainfield is offering a ZAPS SAT test prep seminar on Saturday, February 23rd from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Students will learn tips to improve scores, strategies for picking answers, ways to reduce test anxiety and gain confidence, take short practice tests, and receive extensive materials for home practice. The cost is $99, and students can register at www.doorwaytocollege.com or by calling 877-927-8378.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

February 5, 2019

  • The Lady Quakers swimming and diving team won their first Sectional Championship in 17 years with a total team effort on Saturday. Every swimmer and diver that was in the meet turned in a lifetime best performance and contributed to the team score. Highlights include sophomore Elle Gilkerson who broke her own sectional record in the 100 Breaststroke as well as relay team swimmers Maggie McGuire, Kylie Knutson, Samantha Meier, Lucia Engle-Wilkerson and Sydney Srnka who advanced to this week's State Finals. Divers Daryn Wright, Kristina and Mikayla Zick all advanced to Regionals TONIGHT at 6:00 at Brownsburg. Seniors Tori Kinnamon, Rachel Jones and Shannon Rogers turned in outstanding performances that helped to sew up the victory for PHS. Great job ladies!
  • Eight wrestlers competed at the Mooresville Regional on Saturday, where Plainfield finished 4th as a team and seven wrestlers advanced to semi-state!!! L.J. Burdon was Champion at 145 lbs., Logan Boe finished 2nd, Tyson Nuetzman and Jack Biddle finished third, and Cameron Allen, Camden Spears, and Landon Boe finished fourth. These wrestlers will compete at the Evansville Semi-State this Saturday. Great job and Good Luck this weekend.
  • The PHS dance team received 1st place in their small ensemble division at their competition at Homestead High School this past weekend.
  • The following students participated in ISSMA District Solo and Ensemble contest this past Saturday at Avon High School. Earning a gold medal and qualifying for State Solo and Ensemble Contest were Bekah Mackey, Emily Bugler, Jessica Lautenschlager, Zach Reynolds, Katie Estes, Kaylee Prewitt, Deacon Harris, Maddie Smith, Madison Carr, Stephen Avilez, Morgan Fischer, Winnie Watkins, Isabel Avilez, Olivia Beard, Ethan Reynolds, Logan Wuertley, Piper Watkins, Allison Swift and Sydney Andrews. Other medal winners were Kyla Watts, gold and Marissa Dzul, Lauren Ewing, Macy Gunnell, Zoe Sterns, and Erin Vaughan silver medals. Several ensembles also earned gold and silver medals as well. Congratulations, everyone!
  • From now until Friday, the Interact Club, Jr. Optimists, and Muslim Student Association is having a food drive to Sack Hunger. The recent government shut-down has increased community need. Please bring in non-perishable food items to fill a sack to deliver to St. Mark's food pantry. The first period class with the most items will be treated to a donut party. Every item you bring in helps local families in need.
  • Come out and support the PHS Choral department TONIGHT at Chipotle for a fundraiser night. The event is from 5:00-9:00 and they earn 33% of your purchase! There are flyers at the main office.
  • Students…don’t forget about group and club picture day this Friday, February 8. Photos will take place in the main gym. Check schoology for your specific photo time.
  • Auditions for the spring play Pride and Prejudice will be February 11 & 12. The link to sign up to audition or to be on the crew can be found on the PHS Performing Arts webpage or in schoology. - https://www.plainfield.k12.in.us/o/plainfield-high-school/page/performing-arts--6
  • The PHS Blood Drive will be next Tuesday, February 12th in the auditorium lobby. There is a big shortage and blood donations are needed! Sign-ups are taking place this week during all lunches. You must be 16 to donate and meet the weight requirements. Please see Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, February 7. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday.
  • If you’re interested in raising your SAT scores, Plainfield is offering a ZAPS SAT test prep seminar on Saturday, February 23rd from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. You’ll learn tips to improve your scores and gain confidence, as well as practice materials to take home. If you’re taking the SAT this spring and want to raise your scores, you can register for this $99 seminar at www.doorwaytocollege.com, or call 877-927-8378. See your guidance counselor if you have any questions.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements:

January 31, 2019

  • Good Luck to our Lady Quaker Swimmers as they compete in Sectional Prelims tonight at 5:30 at the Terre Haute Aquatics Center. Go Red Pride!
  • Tonight our boys basketball team is at HOME against the Bulldogs from Brownsburg. Games begin at 6:00 with Varsity at 7:30. Let’s pack the student section and show our Red Pride spirit!
  • Next week, the Interact Club, Jr. Optimists, and Muslim Student Association will be organizing a second food drive to Sack Hunger. The recent government shut-down has increased community need. Please bring in non-perishable food items to fill a sack to deliver to St. Mark's food pantry. The first period class with the most items will be treated to a donut party. Every item you bring in helps local families in need. 
  • Seniors: PHS is hosting our last FAFSA workshop TODAY from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm and from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm in G102. Financial aid experts will be available to provide free assistance with filing the FAFSA and answer any questions students or parents may have. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • Interested students (and families) are invited to visit the programs at the Area 31 Career Center during their Open House TONIGHT. The open house will be from 5:30-7:30 pm. No RSVP is required.
  • TOMORROW is Spirit Day! PTO will be here during lunch for students to come sign up to win a $15 gift card and get a piece of candy. Students must be wearing either Red Pride or Quakers gear or their sports team.
  • Auditions for the spring play Pride and Prejudice will be February 11 & 12. The link to sign up to audition or to be on the crew can be found on the PHS Performing Arts webpage. The link can be found in schoology. - https://www.plainfield.k12.in.us/o/plainfield-high-school/page/performing-arts--6
  • Good Luck to the following PHS wrestlers at Regionals this Saturday at Mooresville: Cameron Allen, Logan Boe, L.J. Burdon, Sarren Woodford, Tyson Nuetzman, Camden Spears, Landon Boe, and Jack Biddle! Good Luck at Regionals!
  • This weekend the Plainfield dance team competed at Greenfield-Central and Mt. Vernon. Gabi McCarty and Shaylee Navarrette both qualified for State. The team won 2nd in hip hop and jazz. Great Job Ladies!
  • PHS Show Choirs competed at Fishers High School on Saturday. Femmes Fatales won Grand Champion and Belles et Beaux first runner-up. Great job everyone, a great start to the season.
  • The PHS Blood Drive will be on Tuesday, February 12th in the auditorium lobby. Sign-ups will take place during lunch February 4-8. You must be 16 to donate and meet the weight requirements. Please see Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Ferguson if you have any questions.
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00 on Monday-Thursday.
  • Dental Safari is returning to see students Feb. 7. If you are in need of dental care, whether you have insurance or not, you can be seen right here in school. See Miss Draper for forms or to answer any questions. Forms should be returned by this Friday, Feb. 1. Remember, your teeth will never, ever heal so you need to take good care of them!
  • Students if you are missing anything, please check the lost and found in student services this week. Left items will be donated on Friday.
  • The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is a national competition. The competitions start 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, but eight 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. Silver and Gold Key award winner's work will be displayed at this event. These works will be displayed at Clowes Hall from January 30th through March 17th and there is an awards program on the 17th. Collectively our students won 13 awards this year through Scholastic Arts and Writing. Students who won awards include:

Honorable Mention

Hannah Bailey (1)

Anna Buckner (1)

Jada Cropper (2)

Abigail Godwin (1)

Rachel Law (1)

Neveah Parks (2)

Silver Key Award

Neveah Parks (1)

Morgan Simmons (1)

Emily Woods (2)

Gold Key Award

Morgan Simmons (1)

  • If you're interested in raising your SAT scores, Plainfield is offering a ZAPS SAT test prep seminar on Saturday, February 23rd from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Students will learn tips to improve scores, strategies for picking answers, ways to reduce test anxiety and gain confidence, take short practice tests, and receive extensive materials for home practice. The cost is $99, and students can register at www.doorwaytocollege.com or by calling 877-927-8378.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements:

 January 29, 2019

  • Good Luck to our Lady Quaker basketball team in the first round of Sectional action TONIGHT. They play Mooresville at Terre Haute South at 7:30. Go Red Pride!
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00, Monday-Thursday.
  • The Cast and Crew Spring Play call-out meeting is Tuesday, January 29th from 3:15 to 5:30 in the Drama Room.
  • This Friday is Spirit Day! PTO will be here during lunch for students to come sign up to win a $15 gift card and get a piece of candy. Students must be wearing either Red Pride or Quakers gear or their sports team.
  • Seniors: PHS is hosting our last FAFSA workshop THIS Thursday, January 31st from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm and from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm in G102. Financial aid experts will be available to provide free assistance with filing the FAFSA and answer any questions students or parents may have. Please see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • Interested students (and families) are invited to visit the programs at the Area 31 Career Center during their open house this Thursday, January 31. The open house will be from 5:30-7:30 pm. No RSVP is required.
  • The Wrestling team competed at the Avon Sectional Saturday and finished third as a team! 8 wrestlers will advance to the Mooresville Regional this Saturday. Congrats to Cameron Allen, Logan Boe, L.J. Burdon, and Sarren Woodford who finished 2nd and Tyson Nuetzman, Camden Spears, Landon Boe, and Jack Biddle who finished 3rd. Well done guys! Good Luck at Regionals!
  • This weekend the Plainfield dance team competed at Greenfield-Central and Mt. Vernon. Gabi McCarty and Shaylee Navarrette both qualified for State. The team won 2nd in hip hop and jazz. Great Job Ladies!
  • PHS Show Choirs competed at Fishers High School on Saturday. Femmes Fatales won Grand Champion and Belles et Beaux first runner-up. Great job everyone, a great start to the season.
  • Dental Safari is returning to see students Feb. 7. If you are in need of dental care, whether you have insurance or not, you can be seen right here in school. See Miss Draper for forms or to answer any questions. Forms should be returned by this Friday, Feb. 1. Remember, your teeth will never, ever heal so you need to take good care of them!
  • Students if you are missing anything, please check the lost and found in student services this week. Left items will be donated on Friday.
  • The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is a national competition. The competitions start 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, but eight 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. Silver and Gold Key award winner's work will be displayed at this event. These works will be displayed at Clowes Hall from January 30th through March 17th and there is an awards program on the 17th. Collectively our students won 13 awards this year through Scholastic Arts and Writing. Students who won awards include:

Honorable Mention

Hannah Bailey (1)

Anna Buckner (1)

Jada Cropper (2)

Abigail Godwin (1)

Rachel Law (1)

Neveah Parks (2)

Silver Key Award

Neveah Parks (1)

Morgan Simmons (1)

Emily Woods (2)

Gold Key Award

Morgan Simmons (1)

  • If you're interested in raising your SAT scores, Plainfield is offering a ZAPS SAT test prep seminar on Saturday, February 23rd from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Students will learn tips to improve scores, strategies for picking answers, ways to reduce test anxiety and gain confidence, take short practice tests, and receive extensive materials for home practice. The cost is $99, and students can register at www.doorwaytocollege.com or by calling 877-927-8378.

Student announcements: 

January 25, 2019

It's a busy weekend for PHS students! GOOD LUCK to the following:

  • TONIGHT our PHS Boy's and Girl's basketball teams play at Decatur Central. Games are at 5:00, 6:00 & 7:30!
  • Our PHS Wrestlers are at Avon High School tomorrow for Sectionals! The meet starts at 9:00. Good Luck guys!
  • Good Luck to our PHS Show Choirs--Femmes Fatales and Belles et Beaux at their first competition at Fishers High School tomorrow!
  • PHS is hosting a Winter Guard competition all day tomorrow. Good Luck to our two groups!
  • The PHS Dance Team is competing at Greenfield High School tomorrow!
  • Our Red Pride boy's basketball team is in action again Saturday night at Lebanon. Games are at 6:00 and 7:30!
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

January 24, 2019

  • The PHS Show Choirs invite you to their FREE Community Preview Night, TONIGHT at 6:30 in the PHS auditorium. Join them to watch their competition shows for this season!
  • The last day to DROP a class for a study hall, if you don't already have one, is Monday, January 28. Students will need to pick up a blue schedule change form in Guidance and return it with a parent signature in order to drop a class. 
  • Attention Students: NHS after-school tutoring is still being offered to any student. It will now take place in the main office after school from 3:10-4:00, Monday-Thursday.
  • To all members of Junior Optimist: We need your help this Saturday at Ann's House food pantry in downtown Indianapolis. Please come and get a permission slip from Mrs. Treash or Mrs. Whicker in E108 or E208 and turn it in by Friday. It is a great opportunity to help serve others. You will not regret spending your Saturday morning helping others with us.
  • It appears you have been listening. With only one week left to buy your yearbook, we are down to less than 20 copies available (18, to be exact.) Today would be a good day to order your 2019 yearbook if you have not done so. The FINAL deadline is January 28! Order online: www.yearbookordercenter.com. Or by phone: 1-866-287-3096. The job number for PHS is 2787.
  • The Cast and Crew Spring Play Call Out Meeting is Tuesday, January 29th from 3:15 to 5:30 in the Drama Room.
  • Interested students (and families) are invited to visit the programs at the Area 31 Career Center during their open house on January 31. The open house will be from 5:30-7:30 pm. No RSVP is required.
  • The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is a national competition. The competitions start 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, but eight 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. Silver and Gold Key award winner's work will be displayed at this event. These works will be displayed at Clowes Hall from January 30th through March 17th and there is an awards program on the 17th. Collectively our students won 13 awards this year through Scholastic Arts and Writing. Students who won awards include:

Honorable Mention

Hannah Bailey (1)

Anna Buckner (1)

Jada Cropper (2)

Abigail Godwin (1)

Rachel Law (1)

Neveah Parks (2)

Silver Key Award

Neveah Parks (1)

Morgan Simmons (1)

Emily Woods (2)

Gold Key Award

Morgan Simmons (1)

  • If you're interested in raising your SAT scores, Plainfield is offering a ZAPS SAT test prep seminar on Saturday, February 23rd from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Students will learn tips to improve scores, strategies for picking answers, ways to reduce test anxiety and gain confidence, take short practice tests, and receive extensive materials for home practice. The cost is $99, and students can register at www.doorwaytocollege.com or by calling 877-927-8378.

GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

January 22, 2019

  • Our Red Pride boy’s basketball team plays Northview TONIGHT at home at 6:00 and 7:30!
  • Good Luck to our PHS swimmers and divers tonight at their meet at Ben Davis. The meet starts at 5:30.
  • There will be no tennis conditioning tonight due to the basketball games. See you on Thursday at 8:00.
  • HOSA club members - during SMART TOMORROW - Chase Cotten will be here speaking on behalf of the Hendricks County Health Coalition. This will be during Club B time in the Auditorium. All members of HOSA are welcome. State Conference information will be handed out during that time as well.
  • The PHS Show Choirs invite you to their Free, Community Preview Night, this Thursday at 6:30. Join them to see their competition shows!
  • To all members of Junior Optimist: We need your help this Saturday at Ann's House food pantry in downtown Indianapolis. Please come and get a permission slip from Mrs. Treash or Mrs. Whicker in E108 or E208 and turn it in by Friday. It is a great opportunity to help serve others. You will not regret spending your Saturday morning helping others with us.
  • It appears you have been listening. With only one week left to buy your yearbook, we are down to less than 20 copies available (18, to be exact.) Today would be a good day to order your 2019 yearbook if you have not done so. The FINAL deadline is January 28! Order online: www.yearbookordercenter.com. Or by phone: 1-866-287-3096. The job number for PHS is 2787.
  • Interested students (and families) are invited to visit the programs at the Area 31 Career Center during their open house on January 31. The open house will be from 5:30-7:30 pm. No RSVP is required.
  • If you're interested in raising your SAT scores, Plainfield is offering a ZAPS SAT test prep seminar on Saturday, February 23rd from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Students will learn tips to improve scores, strategies for picking answers, ways to reduce test anxiety and gain confidence, take short practice tests, and receive extensive materials for home practice. The cost is $99, and students can register at www.doorwaytocollege.com or by calling 877-927-8378.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

January 17, 2019

  • The theme for winter homecoming is a RED-OUT! You still have time to purchase your “Red Just be Kind” t-shirt for $8! All proceeds will go to the Plainfield Community School Resource Officers program. Stop by the Quaker Corner bookstore today!
  • Don’t forget…The Global Outreach Club is collecting various household and personal hygiene items for refugees who have settled in Indiana. Please look for posters around school with specific items needed. Collection boxes are placed by doors 1, 7, 21 and in front of the cafeteria. The fundraiser is going on NOW…please donate for a great cause!
  • The Wrestling team defeated 13th ranked Center Grove last night 37-30. Winning for the Quakers were Tyson Nuetzman, Landon Boe, Logan Boe, Connor Holt, LJ Burdon, Sarren Woodford, Jacob Platt, Jack Biddle, and Nicolas Baker.
  • There is a call-out meeting for girls tennis TONIGHT at 8:00 in the field house. It is also our first night of optional conditioning, come prepared to work out! But, you must have a physical on file in order to participate tonight. If you can’t join us, please see Coach Siepman at the main office. 
  • 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.
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in being on the 2019 Track teams and IS NOT currently participating in a Winter Sport needs to attend a meeting TOMORROW, January 18th in the LGI Room at 3:20pm. 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.
  • It’s winter homecoming…come out TOMORROW night for our RED-OUT Homecoming basketball games against Mooresville. Both boys and girls will be playing and games start at 5:00!
  • Our Red Pride boy’s basketball team plays Northview this Saturday, January 19 starting at 4:00 with Varsity to follow at 5:30. Come out earlier in the day at noon to cheer on our Lady Quaker basketball teams against Cascade.
  • Note the time change…the winter Snowcoming Dance for this Saturday, January 19 is now from 8:30-11:00 pm in the PHS Ellipse. The time change is due to the boys basketball games that begin at 4:00. PTO will be selling tickets today and tomorrow during all lunches for $8. Tickets at the door are $10.
  • HOSA club members - During SMART on January 23 - Chase Cotten will be here speaking on behalf of Hendricks County Health Coalition. This will be during Club B time in the Auditorium. All members of HOSA are welcome. State Conference information will be handed out during that time as well.
  • January 28. It is a big day. WHY? It is the ABSOLUTE LAST DAY you can order your 2019 yearbook. No do-overs, no excuses, no second chances. This is it. Want a yearbook? Order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com.
  • Tomorrow’s theme is a RED OUT!
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

January 15, 2019

  • Our PHS wrestling team finished 2nd in the Mid-State Conference last night. 12 of the 14 wrestlers placed in conference. Conference champions included Cameron Allen, Camden Spears, Logan Boe, and Jack Biddle. Tyson Nuetzman, L.J. Burdon, and Jacob Platt finished 2nd. Landon Boe, Connor Holt, and Sarren Woodford finished 3rd. Mason Hinkle finished 4th and Thomas Hayes finished 5th. The wrestlers will next be in action against at Center Grove tomorrow. Great job boys!
  • The JV wrestlers competed in the Mid-State JV Conference tournament last night. Nicolas Baker finished 2nd, Haddon Rider and Garrett Kane finished 3rd, Nathan Wilmer and Kevin Harris finished 4th, Jaden Lynch finished 5th, and Erik Ellis finished 6th.
  • Our Lady Quaker basketball team defeated Terre Haute North last night!
  • Senior Night for our PHS swimmers and divers is TONIGHT at HOME against Terre Haute North. Be at the Pool at 5:30 to honor our awesome group of Senior athletes!
  • There is a call-out meeting for girls tennis TONIGHT at 8:00 in the field house. It is also our first night of optional conditioning, come prepared to work out! But, you must have a physical on file in order to participate tonight. If you can’t join us, please see Coach Siepman at the main office. 
  • Guidance office reminder: All students should have their class selections entered into Powerschool by TOMORROW, Wednesday, January 16. If you need a copy of your written class planning guide, see your SMART teacher or stop by the Guidance Office. If you have your form, keep it until you meet with your counselor.
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, January 17. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in being on the 2019 Track teams and IS NOT currently participating in a Winter Sport needs to attend a meeting this Friday, January 18th in the LGI Room at 3:20pm. 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.
  • Come out Friday night for our RED-OUT Homecoming basketball games against Mooresville. Both boys and girls will be playing and games start at 5:00!
  • Our Red Pride boy’s basketball game vs. Northview that was cancelled on Saturday, will now be played this Saturday, January 19 starting at 4:00 with Varsity to follow at 5:30.
  • Note the time change…the winter Snowcoming Dance for this Saturday, January 19 is now from 8:30-11:00 pm in the PHS Ellipse. The time change is due to the boys basketball games that begin at 4:00.
  • January 28. It is a big day. WHY? It is the ABSOLUTE LAST DAY you can order your 2019 yearbook. No do-overs, no excuses, no second chances. This is it. Want a yearbook? Order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com.
  • Tomorrow’s Homecoming dress up day theme is TWIN DAY!
  • Thursday is Hat Day and Friday is a RED OUT!
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

January 11, 2019

  • SPORTS EVENTS this weekend…
  • Our PHS Boy’s basketball team is in action TONIGHT at Monrovia. Games begin at 6:00 for JV and 7:30 for Varsity. GO RED PRIDE!
  • Saturday events:
  • Our PHS Wrestlers are in action at Perry Meridian for the Mid-State Conference Tourney. The meet begins at 9:00. Good Luck boys!
  • Our Red Pride boy’s basketball team is at HOME Saturday night against Northview. Freshman and JV games are at 6:00 and Varsity is at 7:30.
  • The following events have been CANCELLED:
  • Swim meet at home on Saturday.
  • Girls basketball at Terre Haute North on Saturday.
  • GO RED PRIDE!

Student Announcements: 

January 10, 2019

  • The Varsity Wrestling team defeated Pike last night 58-19 and now have an impressive 9-1 record on the season. Winning for the Quakers were Tyson Nuetzman, Cameron Allen, Camden Spears, Landon Boe, Logan Boe, Connor Holt, LJ Burdon, Sarren Woodford, Jacob Platt, and Jack Biddle. The wrestlers travel to Perry Meridian for the Mid-State Conference tournament this Saturday.
  • Congrats to our PHS swimmers and divers on their victory over Mooresville last night!
  • Students-If you purchased any fall sports patches, they are in! Please pick them up in the athletic office!
  • Did you get your driver’s license over break? Did you get a car? If you need to purchase a parking pass, they are now $5! See the treasurer.
  • The Quaker Corner will officially be open starting during lunches TODAY.
  • There will be a Call out meeting for boy’s golf on Friday, January 11th directly after school in the cafeteria. Everyone wishing to participate needs to attend. If you cannot make the meeting please contact Coach Crays.
  • Tomorrow is PHS Spirit Day. PTO will be giving away candy and we will be drawing for a $15 gift card at each lunch. Please wear Red Pride/Quaker spirit wear or dress up for your sport/activity. We will also be selling tickets for the Snowcoming dance on January 19. Tickets are $8 presale and $10 at the door.
  • The Global Outreach Club will be collecting various household and personal hygiene items for refugees who have settled in Indiana. Please look for posters around school with specific items needed. Collection boxes will be placed by doors 1, 7, 21, and in front of the cafeteria. The fundraiser will go the entire week of January 14th.
  • Next week--January 14-18--is Winter Homecoming week! The theme for the winter homecoming game on Friday, January 18th is RED OUT. Stop by the Quaker Corner all this week and next week to purchase your ‘Just Be Kind’ red t-shirt for $8. All proceeds will go to the Plainfield Community Resource Officers Program. Show your school spirit and support a great cause! 
  • The Homecoming week dress up days are:

Monday - Pajama Day

Tuesday - Meme Day

Wednesday - Twin Day

Thursday - Hat Day

Friday - RED OUT

  • The following students are on the Winter Homecoming Court. Congratulations! Make certain you have cast your vote. Voting ends TOMORROW!

Freshmen Homecoming Court:

Darby Duke

Audrey Harper

Kayla Wilson

Colin Anderson

Keaton East

Cael Vanderbush

Sophomore Homecoming Court:

Riley Heltsley

Loren Martin

Abby Young

Jack Burkhardt

Ethan Reynolds

A.J. Wheele

Junior Homecoming Court:

Tannah Benware

Natalie Sheets

Mae Planker

Ben Baize

Abe Pugh

Alex Westfall

Senior Homecoming Court:

Betsy Nichols

Ashley Stanley

Kierra Wiles

R.J. Craig

Miller Nichols

Joey VanHooser

  • Only three weeks remain for you to order your 2019 yearbook. The deadline is January 28. Order online today at yearbookordercenter.com.
  • Parents: There is a PTO meeting on Monday, January 14th at Wings, Etc. from 7-8 p.m.
  • If you have been wondering…Prom is May 4! Mark your calendars and more details to follow!

Student Announcements: 

January 8, 2019

  • Welcome Back and Happy 2019!
  • Tonight our PHS swimmers and divers host Brownsburg in the pool at 5:30! They both placed 2nd in the Mid-State Conference meet over break. Come out and cheer them on tonight!
  • Good Luck to our Lady basketball team tonight as they travel to Greenfield Central!
  • Come out Wednesday night for Wrestling senior night! They wrestle against Pike at 6:00. Let’s cheer on the boys.
  • Our swimmers and divers are back at home again Wednesday night at 5:30 against Mooresville. Good Luck!
  • Students-If you purchased any fall sports patches, they are in! Please pick them up in the athletic office!
  • Did you get your driver’s license over break? Did you get a car? If you need to purchase a parking pass, they are now $5! See the treasurer.
  • The Quaker Corner will officially be open starting during lunches on Thursday.
  • This Friday, January 11th is PHS Spirit Day. PTO will be giving away candy and we will be drawing for a $15 gift card at each lunch. Please wear Red Pride/Quaker spirit wear or dress up for your sport/activity. We will also be selling tickets for the Snowcoming dance on January 19. Tickets are $8 presale and $10 at the door.
  • The week of January 14-18 is winter homecoming week! The dress up days are:

Monday - Pajama Day

Tuesday - Meme Day

Wednesday - Twin Day

Thursday - Hat Day

Friday - RED OUT

  • The following students are on the Winter Homecoming Court. Congratulations! Final voting will begin on Wednesday, January 16.
  • Freshmen Homecoming Court:

Darby Duke

Audrey Harper

Kayla Wilson

Colin Anderson

Keaton East

Cael Vanderbush

  • Sophomore Homecoming Court:

Riley Heltsley

Loren Martin

Abby Young

Jack Burkhardt

Ethan Reynolds

A.J. Wheeler

  • Junior Homecoming Court:

Tannah Benware

Natalie Sheets

Mae Planker

Ben Baize

Abe Pugh

Alex Westfall

  • Senior Homecoming Court:

Betsy Nichols

Ashley Stanley

Kierra Wiles

R.J. Craig

Miller Nichols

Joey VanHooser

  • Only three weeks remain for you to order your 2019 yearbook. The deadline is January 28. Order online today at yearbookordercenter.com.
  • Parents: There is a PTO meeting on January 14th at Wings, Etc. from 7-8 p.m.
  • If you have been wondering…Prom is May 4! Mark your calendars and more details to follow!

Student Announcements: 

December 13, 2018

  • Here are the final results for the 30th Annual PHS Food Drive to benefit St. Mark's right here in Plainfield.

There are two categories of winners.

In the first category, for the most total food items, in:

5th - McKeon, 223 items

4th - Mucho, 276

3rd - J. Nichols, 294

2nd - Schmitt, 567

1st - CHAP, 1364

In the second category, for the highest food item per student ratio, in:

5th - Mucho, 10.2

4th - J. Nichols, 12.3

3rd - McKeon, 20.3

2nd - Schmitt, 21.8

1st - CHAP, 24.8

Great job PHS and THANK YOU.There were 4389 total food items donated…this is definitely one of the biggest amounts ever collected! It is a beautiful thing when we think of others, and may this continue to spur on good deeds and good will to others.

  • Last night the Wrestling team defeated Franklin Community, currently ranked 14th in the state, by a score of 33-30. This is the first time Plainfield has defeated Franklin in a dual meet in 18 years. Winning for the Quakers were Tyson Nuetzman, Cameron Allen, Camden Spears, Landon Boe, Sarren Woodford, LJ Burdon, Jacob Platt, and Jack Biddle. Thank you to all the students who came out to support your Red Pride wrestlers!
  • Quaker Shaker Subscribers! The next issue is arriving tomorrow. Please stop by the table in the cafeteria during your lunch to pick up your copy! Copies will not be delivered to SMART period classes this issue, so please pick yours up at lunch on Friday!
  • Please come and support our PHS Life Skills class this Saturday, December 15, during our 4th annual Trike -A-Thon from 1:30 to 3:30 in the Field House. There will be a professional DJ, a silent Auction, trikes to ride, and photos with Santa. Hope to see you there.
  • The ‘We the People’ team competed in downtown Indianapolis Sunday and Monday and finished 3rd in the State…an amazing accomplishment!!! Congrats to these incredible, hardworking students.
  • The Quaker Corner is now selling a limited supply of college gear, just in time for the winter holidays. We have Hoodies for IU, Purdue, Butler, and Ball State. We have a women's tee for IU and Purdue and a unisex tee for IU. Sorry no Indiana State. Hoodies are $30, women's tee for $20 and IU tee for $10.00. We are giving any student with an acceptance letter to one of those schools a 10% discount.
  • Hurry! There are only 23 Pura Vida Red White and Blue Spirit bracelets left. Don't miss out, because once they're gone, that's it -- no more! Bring $5 to E104 to get yours today!
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

December 11, 2018

  • Hey PHS, here's the update for the 30th Annual Food Drive.
    • 6th – Mr. Mucho, 109 cans
    • 5th – Mr. Purichia, 111cans
    • 4th – Mrs. Burress, 137 cans
    • 3rd – Mr. Osborn, 143 cans
    • 2nd – Mr. McKeon, 150 cans and in
    • 1st place- Schmitt, with 567 cans!!!

Winning classes will be announced later this week. Thank you for all that you are doing!

  • The ‘We the People’ team competed in downtown Indianapolis Sunday and Monday and finished 3rd in the State…an amazing accomplishment!!! Congrats to these incredible, hardworking students.
  • The PHS Orchestra is having their Winter Concert TONIGHT at 7:00 in the PHS Auditorium. Come and enjoy holiday music!
  • The Wrestling team won the Plainfield Invitational on Saturday and had 7 individual champions: Tyson Nuetzman, Cameron Allen, Camden Spears, Landon Boe, Connor Holt, L.J. Burdon, and Jacob Platt. Finishing 2nd in their weight classes were Jaden Lynch and Jack Biddle. Haddon Rider, Logan Reams, Sarren Woodford, Mason Hinkle, and Connor Hancock finished 3rd. The wrestlers will next be in action this Wednesday at PHS in a massive conference battle against Franklin. Come out and cheer them on!
  • On Wednesday at 6 p.m., tune into radio station 98.3 to hear our very own junior Bachka Batjargal make his radio debut with a song he wrote called "One and Only"! Congrats Bachka -- we will all be listening!
  • The Quaker Corner is now selling a limited supply of college gear, just in time for the winter holidays. We have Hoodies for IU, Purdue, Butler, and Ball State. We have a women's tee for IU and Purdue and a unisex tee for IU. Sorry no Indiana State. Hoodies are $30, women's tee for $20 and IU tee for $10.00. We are giving any student with an acceptance letter to one of those schools a 10% discount.
  • Hurry! There are only 23 Pura Vida Red White and Blue Spirit bracelets left. Don't miss out, because once they're gone, that's it -- no more! Bring $5 to E104 to get yours today!
  • Sign-ups are underway for the Plainfield Parks & Rec Department high school basketball league. Sign-up at the Aquatic Center before TOMORROW if you are interested.
  • Please come and support our PHS Life Skills class this Saturday, December 15, during our 4th annual Trike -A-Thon from 1:30 to 3:30 in the Field House. There will be a professional DJ, a silent Auction, trikes to ride, and photos with Santa. Hope to see you there.
  • If you signed up and are planning on volunteering at the Trike -A- Thon, please come to F107 either during the second half of SMART or after school on Wednesday for a quick meeting.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

December 6, 2018

  • Please join us for the PHS Winter Choral Concert TONIGHT at 7:00 in the PHS auditorium.
  • 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.
  • Our Red Pride boys basketball team plays at Bankers Life Fieldhouse TOMORROW NIGHT at 6:00 against Martinsville! Purchase your tickets NOW in the PHS Athletic office through Friday. Advance tickets are $10 and $13 at the game. Let’s show our RED PRIDE and have a crowd at Bankers Life!
  • Anyone interested in playing football next fall must attend a call-out meeting tomorrow morning, Dec.7th at 7:40 a.m. in the LGI room. Any player that cannot attend must see Coach Woodard as soon as possible. Thank you.
  • PTO Spirit Day is TOMORROW, December 7th. Students can wear either a Christmas sweater or Plainfield gear and come to the back of the lunchroom to sign-up to be entered into a drawing for a $15 gift card and get a piece of candy. Let’s all show our Holiday and PHS spirit!
  • Hey PHS, it's happening. The 30th Annual Food Drive goes through next Tuesday. Get in that holiday spirit and get your cans to your 1st period classes! All proceeds go to St. Mark's in Plainfield. 1st Period teachers, would you now at this time please put your food items outside of your room so that the collection crew can come get them? Thank you.
  • Good Luck to our Quaker Athletes this weekend. Our wrestlers are hosting their Plainfield Invitational Saturday morning at 9:00. Our girls basketball teams host Franklin Saturday starting at 6:00. Our boys basketball teams are on the road at Batesville Saturday night. GO RED PRIDE!
  • Good Luck as well to our ‘We The People’ members at the State Finals competition that begins on Sunday!
  • The Quaker Corner is now selling a limited supply of college gear, just in time for the winter holidays. We have Hoodies for IU, Purdue, Butler, and Ball State. We have a women's tee for IU and Purdue and a unisex tee for IU. Sorry no Indiana State. Hoodies are $30, women's tee for $20 and IU tee for $10.00. We are giving any student with an acceptance letter to one of those schools a 10% discount.
  • If you are interested in joining the winter open season of the Esports Team, please see Mrs. Walters in room E206 for a list of featured games and to pick up a permission slip.
  • The Publications Staff is selling red, white, and blue Pura Vida bracelets to raise money to sponsor a family for Christmas. If you would like to support this cause, please stop by E104 to purchase a bracelet for $5. The staff and their Christmas family thank you for your generosity.
  • Sign-ups are underway for the Plainfield Parks & Rec Department high school basketball league. Sign-up at the Aquatic Center before December 12 if you are interested.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

December 4, 2018

  • The Varsity Wrestling team competed at Decatur Central on Saturday and won the tournament by defeating Mooresville, Greensburg, New Palestine, Indian Creek, and Terre Haute North to finish a perfect 5-0 on the day. Individually there were 8 wrestlers that finished the day undefeated. Tyson Nuetzman (5-0), Cameron Allen (5-0), Camden Spears (5-0), Landon Boe (5-0), Logan Reams (1-0), L.J. Burdon (5-0), Jacob Platt (5-0), and Jack Biddle (5-0). Also wrestling well and finishing the day with winning records were Connor Holt (4-1), Sarren Woodford (3-2), Carter Thornhill (4-1), Mason Hinkle (3-1), Thomas Hayes (3-2), and Garrett Kane (3-1). The wrestling team will next be in action this Saturday at Plainfield High School for the Plainfield Invitational.
  • Our Red Pride Dance team competed at the Bloomington South invitational dance competition on Saturday. The team won the Best Sportsmanship Award and placed 3rd for their hip hop and jazz routines. Gabi McCarty, Joslynn Osborne, and Jennifer Bender placed 2nd in their trio. Caroline South and Caitlin Scalf placed 2nd in their duo. In the senior division for solos, Shaylee Navarrette placed 2nd and Gabi McCarty placed 4th. In the junior division for solos, Julia McJunkin placed 4th.
  • Our freshman and JV boys basketball teams are at HOME TONIGHT against Martinsville at 6:00 and 7:15. Good Luck Boys!
  • Good Luck to our PHS swimming and diving teams as they swim at Franklin Community tonight starting at 5:30!
  • The Quaker Corner is now selling a limited supply of college gear, just in time for the winter holidays. We have Hoodies for IU, Purdue, Butler, and Ball State. We have a women's tee for IU and Purdue and a unisex tee for IU. Sorry no Indiana State. Hoodies are $30, women's tee for $20 and IU tee for $10.00.  We are giving any student with an acceptance letter to one of those schools a 10% discount.
  • If you are interested in joining the Winter Open season of the Esports Team, please see Mrs. Walters in room E206 for a list of featured games and to pick up a permission slip.
  • The Publications Staff is selling red, white, and blue Pura Vida bracelets to raise money to sponsor a family for Christmas. If you would like to support this cause, please stop by E104 to purchase a bracelet for $5. The staff and their Christmas family thank you for your generosity.
  • It's time to begin the longest running PHS service project. The 30th Annual PHS Food Drive begins tomorrow and runs through next Tuesday. Bring your food items to your 1st period classes. The classes with the highest number of food items, and with the highest food item per student ratio, will win the coveted prizes. All food will be delivered locally to St. Mark's. Get in the spirit of the season and get your cans to your 1st period class!
  • Tomorrow evening, all 9th, 10th and 11th grade parents and students too are invited to the PHS Priority Scheduling Night at 6:00. Join us for a night filled with all you need to know to plan your future at PHS!
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, December 6. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • PTO Spirit Day is this Friday, December 7th. Students can wear either a Christmas sweater or Plainfield gear and come to the back of the lunchroom to sign-up to be entered into a drawing for a $15 gift card and get a piece of candy. Let’s all show our Holiday and PHS spirit!
  • Anyone interested in playing football next fall must attend a call-out meeting on Dec. 7th at 7:40 a.m. in the LGI room. Any player that cannot attend must see Coach Woodard as soon as possible. Thank you.
  • Sign-ups are underway for the Plainfield Parks & Rec Department high school basketball league. Sign-up at the Aquatic Center before December 12 if you are interested.
  • Our Red Pride boy’s basketball team plays at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Friday, December 7th at 6:00 against Martinsville! Purchase your tickets NOW in the PHS Athletic office. Advance tickets are $10 and $13 at the game.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements:

November 29, 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.
  • Good Luck to our PHS Swimmers and Divers TONIGHT! We host Avon at 5:30. Let’s have a loud and proud cheering section at the pool to cheer them on against the Orioles! GO RED PRIDE!
  • The Quaker Corner is now selling a limited supply of college gear, just in time for the winter holidays. We have Hoodies for IU, Purdue, Butler, and Ball State. We have a women's tee for IU and Purdue and a unisex tee for IU. Sorry no Indiana State. Hoodies are $30, women's tee for $20 and IU tee for $10.00. We are giving any student with an acceptance letter to one of those schools a 10% discount.
  • We hope you had an awesome Thanksgiving break -- and we would love to see what you did! If you have pictures of yourself and friends shopping, eating, etc., please send them to Mrs. Burress at mburress@plainfield.k12.in.us. The yearbook staff thanks you for your help!
  • The Publications Staff is selling red, white, and blue Pura Vida bracelets to raise money to sponsor a family for Christmas. If you would like to support this cause, please stop by E104 to purchase a bracelet for $5. The staff and their Christmas family thank you for your generosity.
  • Attention SENIORS: The deadline for the Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship is TOMORROW, Friday, November 30th. If you are attending college to pursue a career in education, you do not want to miss this scholarship opportunity! Please visit Naviance for more information or see Mr. Reber in guidance!
  • The Dance Team will be traveling to Bloomington this Saturday for their first competition of the season. Good Luck Red Pride Dancers!
  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND ADMINISTRATORS: HOSA is hosting a LEGO drive here at PHS! The LEGOS will go to children at Riley Children's Hospital. We are collecting used LEGOS, manuals, and store bought sets valued $20 or more. If you donate a gallon of used LEGOS, or a new $20 set, please put your name on it before placing in the collection bin. The first 50 people to donate a gallon bag of LEGOS or a $20 set will receive a coupon for the Quaker Corner! PLEASE DONATE THOSE LEGOS. The LEGO drive runs through the month of November.
  • Hey PHS, it is time for the 30th Annual PHS Food Drive. This is the longest running service project here at PHS. To spur more food items, this is a competition between 1st period classes with two winners. 1) The most total food items. 2) The highest food item per student ratio. So, PHS get your cans to your 1st period classes starting this coming Wednesday, December 5th. The food drive is from December 5th to December 11th!
  • Anyone interested in playing football next fall must attend a call-out meeting on Dec. 7th at 7:40 a.m. in the LGI room. Any player that cannot attend must see Coach Woodard as soon as possible. Thank you.
  • Our Red Pride boys basketball team plays at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Friday, December 7th at 6:00 against Martinsville! Purchase your tickets NOW in the PHS Athletic office. Advance tickets are $10 and $13 at the game. Spend a fun
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

November 15, 2018

  • Congratulations to the 2018 Fall Competition Cheer Squad for winning the Annual Mid-State Cheer Competition this past weekend. Congratulations also to Isabelle Stead, Riley Stark, and Gabby Kennedy for making the All-Conference Team! Great Job Ladies!
  • We the People competed in the central regional at Hamilton Southeastern on Saturday and will advance to State after placing 3rd in the most competitive district in the state. Great job!
  • Congratulations to our Area 31 Outstanding Students of the 1st Quarter: Derek Keller, Jericho Dunn, Michael Gibbs, Brianna Surack, Baylee Tomlinson, Brooke Laycoax, Caitlyn Knutson and Caleb Cathcart.
  • Plainfield High School students had an impressive showing last Friday night at the ‘Make an Impression Art Competition’. Both Bliss Hardin and Emily Wood were awarded with Juror's Choice Awards and both Neveah Parks and Elizabeth Lewis' artworks received an Honorable Mention. All of our artworks looked amazing on display. Congratulations to our participating students!
  • 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-If you missed the senior meeting yesterday, please pick up an important graduation packet in Guidance. Herff Jones will be back next Tuesday, November 20 to collect orders.
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in being a Sprinter, Hurdler, Pole Vaulter, High Jumper, Long Jumper, or Thrower on the 2019 Track Teams and IS NOT currently participating in a Winter Sport needs to attend a meeting this Friday, November 16th in the LGI Room at 3:20pm. We will bediscussing the Schedule for our Pre-Season Conditioning. Any questions see Coach Pelkey in Room E-203.
  • STUDENTS - The PHS Performing Arts department would like to invite you to attend the Fall Musical ‘Guys and Dolls”. The show is this Friday, November 16 at 7:00 pm and Saturday, November 17 at 2:00 pm or 7:00 pm. Student tickets are only $8!!! Come and support our talented cast!
  • Attention SENIORS: The deadline for the Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship is Friday, November 30th. If you are attending college to pursue a career in education, you don't want to miss out on this scholarship opportunity! Please visit Naviance for more information or see Mr. Reber in guidance!
  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND ADMINISTRATORS. HOSA is hosting a LEGO drive here at PHS! These legos will go to children in Riley Children's Hospital. We are collecting used LEGOS, manuals, and store bought sets valued $20 or more. If you donate a gallon of used LEGOS or a new $20 set please put your name on it before placing in the collection bin. The first 50 people to donate a gallon bag of LEGOS or a $20 set will receive a coupon for the Quaker Corner! PLEASE DONATE THOSE LEGOS. The LEGO drive runs through the month of November.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

November 13, 2018

  • We the People competed in the central regional at Hamilton Southeastern on Saturday and will advance to State after placing 3rd in the most competitive district in the state. Great job!
  • Congratulations to our Area 31 Outstanding Students of the 1st Quarter: Derek Keller, Jericho Dunn, Michael Gibbs, Brianna Surack, Baylee Tomlinson, Brooke Laycoax, Caitlyn Knutson and Caleb Cathcart.
  • Plainfield High School students had an impressive showing last Friday night at the ‘Make an Impression Art Competition’. Both Bliss Hardin and Emily Wood were awarded with Juror's Choice Awards and both Neveah Parks and Elizabeth Lewis' artworks received an Honorable Mention. All of our artworks looked amazing on display. Congratulations to our participating students!
  • Good Luck to our Lady Quaker basketball team tonight! They are on the road at Western Boone at 6:00 and 7:30.
  • Calling all guitar, keyboard, drum set and other instrument players! There will be a call out meeting for the PHS award winning show choir band today after school at 3:15. At this 20 minute meeting you will learn what show choir band is about and will receive audition materials and information. The meeting will take place in the choir room!
  • SENIORS-Your senior class meeting to learn about graduation announcements and caps & gowns will be during Smart period TOMORROW. Order packets will be distributed and are due on November 20! If you miss the meeting, please pick up the packet in guidance.
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this Thursday, November 15. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in being a Sprinter, Hurdler, Pole Vaulter, High Jumper, Long Jumper, or Thrower on the 2019 Track Teams and IS NOT currently participating in a Winter Sport needs to attend a meeting this Friday, November 16th in the LGI Room at 3:20pm. We will bediscussing the Schedule for our Pre-Season Conditioning. Any questions see Coach Pelkey in Room E-203.
  • STUDENTS - The PHS Performing Arts department would like to invite you to attend the Fall Musical ‘Guys and Dolls”. The show is this Friday, November 16 at 7:00 pm, Saturday, November 17 at 2:00 pm or 7:00 pm. Student tickets are only $8!!! Come and support our talented cast!
  • Attention SENIORS: The deadline for the Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship is Friday, November 30th. If you are attending college to pursue a career in education, you don't want to miss out on this scholarship opportunity! Please visit Naviance for more information or see Mr. Reber in guidance!
  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND ADMINISTRATORS. HOSA is hosting a LEGO drive here at PHS! These legos will go to children in Riley Children's Hospital. We are collecting used LEGOS, manuals, and store bought sets valued $20 or more. If you donate a gallon of used LEGOS or a new $20 set please put your name on it before placing in the collection bin. The first 50 people to donate a gallon bag of LEGOS or a $20 set will receive a coupon for the Quaker Corner! PLEASE DONATE THOSE LEGOS. Any monetary donations can go to Mr. McAdams or Mrs. Townsend. The LEGO drive runs through the month of November.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements:

November 6, 2018

  • Congratulations to the Red Pride marching band for placing 7th this past Saturday night at the ISSMA Class A State Championship!! It was a great finish to what has been a record-setting year for the band! If you were able to attend, you saw one of the best performances of the season! Congratulations to all members on an outstanding season!!
  • Students, a reminder that today is the blood drive in the auditorium lobby. Please report at your assigned time. See Mrs. Freeman with any questions.
  • Make an Impression is an art show that includes student work from all of the high schools in Hendricks County. PHS will be entering works from 10 of our students this year. The location for this year's show is at the Plainfield Public Library. The opening reception is Nov 9th from 6-9. Belles et Beaux will be performing during the event at 6:30 as well. The works will remain on display until the end of the November. Participating students include MJ Berkley, Morgan Simmons, Elizabeth Lewis, Neveah Parks, Emersyn Harriman, Bliss Hardin, Illana Bullock, Mia Gordan, Christine Taylor and Emily Wood. Please come and support these talented student artists!
  • SENIORS-Your senior class meeting to learn about graduation announcements and caps & gowns will be during Smart period on Wednesday, November 14. Order packets will be distributed and due on November 20! If you miss the meeting you may pick up the packet in guidance.
  • The next Reading Club meeting will be this Wednesday, November 7th during SMART. We will be discussing Agatha Christie books and The Hate U Give. See you on Wednesday!
  • HOSA members need to turn in their competitive events forms and t-shirt order forms to Mrs. Townsend or Mr. McAdams by end of the day Wednesday.
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in being a Sprinter, Hurdler, Pole Vaulter, High Jumper, Long Jumper, or Thrower on the 2019 Track Teams and IS NOT currently participating in a Winter Sport needs to attend a meeting Friday, November 16th in the LGI Room at 3:20pm. We will be discussing the Schedule for our pre-season conditioning. Any questions see Coach Pelkey in Room E-203.
  • Due to low participation, the dodgeball tournament has been postponed until second semester. Start planning now to participate next Spring.
  • The HOSA Club is sponsoring a LEGO drive during the month of November. We will be collecting any used Legos. They do not need to be in a set...just name-brand Legos. In addition, we will be collecting donations of money or new sets valued at $20 or more. All Legos and money will be used to purchase very large sets of Legos for kids at Riley Children's hospital or as Christmas gifts for students in low-income areas of Indianapolis. See the collection bins in the cafeteria or bring donations to Mr. McAdams or Mrs. Townsend.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

November 1, 2018

  • Make an Impression is an art show that includes student work from all of the high schools in Hendricks County. PHS will be entering works from 10 of our students this year. The location for this year's show is at the Plainfield Public Library. The opening reception is Nov 9th from 6-9. Belles et Beaux will be performing during the event at 6:30 as well. The works will remain on display until the end of the November. Participating students include MJ Berkley, Morgan Simmons, Elizabeth Lewis, Neveah Parks, Emersyn Harriman, Bliss Hardin, Illana Bullock, Mia Gordan, Christine Taylor and Emily Wood. Please come and support these talented student artists!
  • Congratulations to the PHS Red Pride Marching Band for placing in the Top 10 this past weekend at the ISSMA Semi-state competition at Ben Davis High School. This placement earns the group a spot in the Class A STATE FINALS this Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. This is an amazing accomplishment for the group as it is the first year competing in Class A. The reigning Class B State Champions will perform at 9:13 pm in hopes of earning the school’s first ever Class A State Championship!
  • CONGRATULATIONS to the yearbook and newsmagazine staff for being named finalists for the Hoosier Star. They also brought home the following awards: Yearbook -- First place feature photo, third place overall theme, second place organizations spreads, second placer sports spreads, first place advertising, first place album spreads, second place student life spreads, first place academic spreads and junior Reagan Britton got a first place for writing. Newsmag won these awards -- First place feature photo, first place advertising, third place civic journalism. Also, Megan Hall and Anu Nattam got third place for news story writing, Kyle Griffin got second place for news story writing, and Anu Nattam, Piper Gaul, and Backha Batjargal got first place for maestro package. Good luck at Nationals this week!
  • Congratulations to the Red Pride Robotics Team! They were captains of the semifinal alliance at this weekend's Boiler Bot Battle. This was the last event of the 2018 season; their next competition will be next March. Well done Red Pride Robotics!
  • The Quaker Corner Sale ends TODAY! All clothing items are a 20% discount, hurry in and shop today!
  • If you missed the Academic Super Bowl call out meeting but are still interested in participating on one of the teams, please see Mr. Peters in room A204 or one of the coaches. There is still time to join an Academic Super Bowl team.
  • The PHS Blood Drive is next Tuesday, November 6 in the auditorium lobby. Sign up during lunch this week. You must be 16 to donate and meet the weight requirements. See a student government member at the sign up table during lunch for more details.
  • Only one week left to register for the dodgeball tournament. Pick up the registration form at lunch, pay the treasurer and get ready for some fun. Cost is only $5 per player. We have a staff team ready to take on the students. Tournament is Nov. 8. You pick your team name and uniform.
  • Check out the new menu in the cafeteria! New menu items include Grilled Cheese and Chili, Southwest Chicken Salad, and Corn Dogs to name a few!
  • This Friday is another Red Pride Spirit day! Wear your Plainfield gear for a chance to win a gift card from the PTO!
  • Students…have you lost anything recently? Make sure you check the lost and found in student services this week. Anything left on Friday, will be donated.
  • The HOSA Club is sponsoring a LEGO drive during the month of November. We will be collecting any used Legos. They do not need to be in a set...just name-brand Legos. In addition, we will be collecting donations of money as well or new sets valued at $20 or more. All Legos and money will be used to purchase very large sets of Legos for kids at Riley Children's hospital or as Christmas gifts for students in low-income areas of Indianapolis. See the collection bins in the cafeteria or bring donations to Mr. McAdams or Mrs. Townsend.
  • Students look for the new breakfast cart by Door 7 from 7:30 am to 8:05 am! Now you can grab a quick, delicious breakfast as you enter through door 7! Breakfast is a great way to start a great day!
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

October 30, 2018

  • Good Luck to our Lady Quaker Girl’s basketball team as they start their season at Center Grove tonight. Game times are 6:00 and 7:30.
  • Congratulations to the PHS Red Pride Marching Band for placing in the Top 10 this past weekend at the ISSMA Semi-state competition at Ben Davis High School. This placement earns the group a spot in the Class A STATE FINALS this coming Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. This is an amazing accomplishment for the group as it is the first year competing in Class A. The reigning Class B State Champions will perform at 9:13 pm in hopes of earning the school’s first ever Class A State Championship!
  • CONGRATULATIONS to the yearbook and newsmagazine staff for being named finalists for the Hoosier Star. They also brought home the following awards: Yearbook -- First place feature photo, third place overall theme, second place organizations spreads, second placer sports spreads, first place advertising, first place album spreads, second place student life spreads, first place academic spreads and junior Reagan Britton got a first place for writing. Newsmag won these awards -- First place feature photo, first place advertising, third place civic journalism. Also, Megan Hall and Anu Nattam got third place for news story writing, Kyle Griffin got second place for news story writing, and Anu Nattam, Piper Gaul, and Backha Batjargal got first place for maestro package. Good luck at Nationals this week!
  • Congratulations to the Red Pride Robotics Team! They were captains of the semifinal alliance at this weekend's Boiler Bot Battle. This was the last event of the 2018 season; their next competition will be next March. Well done Red Pride Robotics!
  • Wednesday during SMART there is a mandatory HOSA meeting in Mr. Estridge's room. If you cannot make it to the meeting, please see Mr. McAdams or Mrs. Townsend. Anyone who does not attend or speak to the sponsors will be removed from the club.
  • If you missed the Academic Super Bowl call out meeting but are still interested in participating on one of the teams, please see Mr. Peters in room A204 or one of the coaches. There is still time to join an Academic Super Bowl team.
  • The PHS Blood Drive is Tuesday, November 6 in the auditorium lobby. Sign up during lunch this week. You must be 16 to donate and meet the weight requirements. See a student government member at the sign up table during lunch for more details.
  • Only one week left to register for the dodgeball tournament. Pick up the registration form at lunch, pay the treasurer and get ready for some fun. Cost is only $5 per player. We have a staff team ready to take on the students. Tournament is Nov. 8. You pick your team name and uniform.
  • Check out the new menu in the cafeteria starting TODAY, October 29th! New menu items include Grilled Cheese and Chili, Southwest Chicken Salad, and Corn Dogs to name a few!
  • The Quaker Corner is having a Sale until this Thursday, Nov.1st. All clothing items are a 20% discount, hurry while supplies last.
  • Any 9-12 graders interested in becoming a Red Pride cheerleader and supporting your school and athletic teams please join us at our Winter Cheer Try-outs this TODAY and Thursday from 3:30-5pm in the field house, Court 4. If you have any questions please see Coach Cheek in room E112 today. An updated Physical and all online consent forms must be on file.
  • This Friday is another Red Pride Spirit day! Wear your Plainfield gear for a chance to win a gift card from the PTO!
  • Students…have you lost anything recently? Make sure you check the lost and found in student services this week. Anything left on Friday, will be donated.
  • Students look for the new breakfast cart by Door 7 from 7:30 am to 8:05 am! Now you can grab a quick, delicious breakfast as you enter through door 7! Breakfast is a great way to start a great day!
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

October 25, 2018

  • STUDENTS: Today is a SMART SCHEDULE DAY!
  • 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 Interact Club is sponsoring a dodgeball tournament on Nov. 8 at 6:00. Teams may register at lunch beginning . The cost is $5 per player. Proceeds from this event will benefit our international service project to help provide resources for the Medina Village School in Sierra Leone, Africa. If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball. Come out on November 8 for a fun night for a great cause.
  • The Academic Super Bowl callout meeting will be TODAY after school at 3:15 in the CHAP room. What is the Academic Super Bowl? It's an academic competition with other schools in these five disciplines: English, Fine Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Try something new and come to the Academic Super Bowl callout meeting today. If you can't make it please see Mr. Peters or one of the other Academic Super Bowl coaches.
  • The marching band will be hosting a community performance along with trick-or-treating TONIGHT at 7:30pm. Dress up! Bring your families! Cheer on the band as it makes its final preparations for semi-state this weekend! Trick-or-treating begins at 7:30pm with a performance by the band at 8:30pm.
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in running a distance event for the Track team and is NOT currently involved in a winter sport, needs to attend the Track Distance Runners Call-Out meeting at 3:15pm this Friday, October 26th. The meeting will take place in Room E-203. Any questions should be addressed to Coach Pelkey or Coach Orender.
  • Check out the new menu in the cafeteria starting Monday, October 29th! New menu items include Grilled Cheese and Chili, Southwest Chicken Salad, and Corn Dogs to name a few!
  • The Quaker Corner is having an after Fall Break Sale until Nov. 1st. All clothing items are a 20% discount, hurry while supplies last.
  • Any 9-12 graders interested in becoming a Red Pride cheerleader and supporting your school and athletic teams please join us at our Winter Cheer Try-outs on October 30 & November 1 from 3:30-5pm in the field house, Court 4. If you have any questions please see Coach Cheek in room E112 prior to next Tuesday, October 30. An updated Physical & Code of Conduct MUST be on file.
  • Students look for the new breakfast cart by Door 7 from 7:30 am to 8:05 am! Now you can grab a quick, delicious breakfast as you enter through door 7! Breakfast is a great way to start a great day!
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

October 23, 2018

  • All sophomore and juniors taking the PSAT test tomorrow - remember to bring a #2 pencil (no mechanical pencils!) and a calculator to your SMART room for testing tomorrow at 8:05!
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this Thursday, October 25. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • The Academic Super Bowl callout meeting will be this Thursday, October 25, after school, in the CHAP room. What is the Academic Super Bowl? It's an academic competition with other schools in these five disciplines: English, Fine Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Try something new and come to the Academic Super Bowl callout meeting on Thursday, October 25.
  • Any Boy or Girl that is interested in running a distance event for the Track team and is NOT currently involved in a winter sport, needs to attend the Track Distance Runners Call-Out meeting at 3:15pm this Friday, October 26th. The meeting will take place in Room E-203. Any questions should be addressed to Coach Pelkey or Coach Orender.
  • Students look for the new breakfast cart by Door 7 from 7:30 am to 8:05 am! Now you can grab a quick, delicious breakfast as you enter through door 7! Breakfast is a great way to start a great day!
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

October 12, 2018

  • The Purdue Varsity Glee Club will be performing at PHS TONIGHT at 7:00. Come out and watch this amazing group! Student tickets are only $10! Tickets will be sold at the door starting at 6:15, cash payments only.
  • Our Red Pride football team is away at Martinsville TONIGHT. Game time is 7:00. Start your fall break by cheering them on! The theme is Nascar.
  • Good Luck to our Cross Country teams as they run at Regionals at Ben Davis TOMORROW at 10:30!
  • Our Volleyball team plays TOMORROW at Brownsburg in Semi-final Sectional action! Approximate game time is 12:15. Sectional finals will be at 7:00. Good Luck Ladies…GO RED PRIDE!
  • GOOD LUCK to our Red Pride Band at Regionals at Center Grove. They march tomorrow at 5:56!
  • Don’t forget students…next week is FALL BREAK. We will be out of school October 15-19. We will see you back on Monday, October 22. Enjoy your break!

Student Announcements: 

October 11, 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.
  • Our Red Pride football team is away at Martinsville this Friday night. Game time is 7:00. Start your fall break by cheering them on! The theme is Nascar.
  • The Purdue Varsity Glee Club will be performing at PHS this Friday night at 7:00. Come out and watch this amazing group! Student tickets are only $10! Tickets will be sold at the door starting at 6:00, cash payments only.
  • Good Luck to our Cross Country teams as they run at Regionals at Ben Davis this Saturday at 10:30!
  • Our Volleyball team plays this Saturday at Brownsburg in Semi-final Sectional action! Approximate game time is 12:15. Sectional finals will be at 7:00. Good Luck Ladies…GO RED PRIDE!
  • Students look for the new breakfast cart by Door 7 from 7:30 am to 8:05 am! Now you can grab a quick, delicious breakfast as you enter through door 7! Breakfast is a great way to start a great day!
  • Do you go by your middle name or a shortened version of your first name? If the name that you are called is not your Legal name and you want to be listed in the yearbook by your preferred name, please send Mrs. Burress an email letting her know your LEGAL name and THE NAME YOU WANT TO BE REFERRED TO AS. All changes need to be submitted by TOMORROW.
  • Teen Read Week is going on now. This year’s theme is “It’s Written in the Stars: READ.” Drop by the media center today and pick up a book to read for your enjoyment! Check out the Plainfield High School Media Center social media for book talks and more this week.
  • Less than two weeks left to order your 2019 yearbook before the price goes up. You'll be busy next week with Fall Break, so why not do it today while it is on your radar? Order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com.
  • The Academic Super Bowl callout meeting will be Thursday, October 25, after school, in the CHAP room. What is the Academic Super Bowl? It's an academic competition with other schools in these five disciplines: English, Fine Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Try something new and come to the Academic Super Bowl callout meeting on Thursday, October 25.
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • Don’t forget students…next week is FALL BREAK. We will be out of school October 15-19. We will see you back on Monday, October 22. Enjoy your break!

Student Announcements:

October 9, 2018

  • Just a reminder…there is NO SCHOOL TOMORROW! See you back on Thursday!
  • Our PHS boys soccer team had a great season and made a good run in the sectionals. They lost in the championship game to a strong Brownsburg team 2-0. Congrats on a successful season boys!
  • Our Cross Country teams competed in sectionals on Saturday. Both teams ran well and have advanced to the regionals at Ben Davis this weekend!
  • The PHS Red Pride Marching Band competed at Center Grove Saturday evening and placed 2nd in a very tough Class A competition. It was a great performance!
  • Students look for the new breakfast cart by Door 7 from 7:30 am to 8:05 am! Now you can grab a quick, delicious breakfast as you enter through door 7! Breakfast is a great way to start a great day!
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this Thursday, October 11. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Do you go by your middle name or a shortened version of your first name? If the name that you are called is not your Legal name and you want to be listed in the yearbook by your preferred name, please send Mrs. Burress an email letting her know your LEGAL name and THE NAME YOU WANT TO BE REFERRED TO AS. All changes need to be submitted by this Friday, October 12.
  • Stop by the media center today to find something great to read for Teen Read Week. Pick up a book and read for your enjoyment! We have a little something for everyone, including mysteries, fantasy titles, adventure books, sci-fi stories and more. Also, check out the Indiana High School Eliot Rosewater award-winning books that are chosen by students. Check out the Plainfield High School Media Center social media for book talks and more this week.
  • Less than two weeks left to order your 2019 yearbook before the price goes up. You'll be busy next week with Fall Break, so why not do it today while it is on your radar? Order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com.
  • The Academic Super Bowl call-out meeting will be Thursday, October 25, after school, in the CHAP room. What is the Academic Super Bowl? It's an academic competition with other schools in these five disciplines: English, Fine Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Try something new and come to the Academic Super Bowl call-out meeting on Thursday, October 25.
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

October 5, 2018

  • Tonight our Red Pride football team is at HOME against Whiteland and it is SENIOR NIGHT! The Stacked Pickle will be hosting the tailgate before the game. The tailgate starts at 5:30! Come out and support the team! Game time is 7:00
  • Friday Night’s theme for the football game is “Pink Out”. Help support the fight against Breast Cancer.
  • Good Luck to our boys soccer team in the Sectional Championship game Saturday night at HOME at 7:00 against Brownsburg. Let’s take advantage of the home field advantage…let’s pack the stands! Go Red Pride!
  • Our Cross Country teams race at Sectionals tomorrow at South Putnam at 10:30. Good Luck.
  • The PHS Red Pride Marching Band is in competition at Center Grove Saturday evening. Good Luck Band!
  • Come out and support or wish your competition squad cheerleaders GOOD LUCK as they compete in the Class-A division at the annual Central Indiana Cheer Championships this weekend at Pendleton Heights! Good Luck, Ladies!
  • Your dinner plans Saturday are as follows:

Between 4 and 8 p.m., drive to Chipotle.

Load up on all of your favorite tasty menu items.

Support PHS Publications by bringing a flyer or showing the cashier the flyer on your phone.

Need a flyer? See any yearbook or newsmag staff member or stop in E104.

  • Students look for the new breakfast cart by Door 7 from 7:30 am to 8:05 am! Now you can grab a quick, delicious breakfast as you enter through door 7! Breakfast is a great way to start a great day!
  • CONGRATULATIONS to the QUAKER SHAKER STAFF! They received a rating of "SUPERIOR" from the Indiana High School Press Association and have been nominated to receive a Hoosier Star Award, the highest award given to high school publications in the state of Indiana. Good luck Quaker Shake staff at the IHSPA Fall Convention in mid-October!
  • Athletic patches are in! If you ordered patches this fall, please stop in the athletic office to pick them up.
  • October 22. Why is this date important? The price of the yearbook goes up to $75. Still want to pay $65? Then get online and order your yearbook by October 21 at www.yearbookordercenter.com.
  • The Academic Super Bowl callout meeting will be Thursday, October 25, after school, in the CHAP room. What is the Academic Super Bowl? It's an academic competition with other schools in these five disciplines: English, Fine Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Try something new and come to the Academic Super Bowl callout meeting on Thursday, October 25.
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

October 2, 2018

  • The PHS Boys Soccer team defeated Decatur Central 6-0 last night in round 1 of sectionals! Pack the stands Wednesday as the boys take on Ben Davis in the Semifinals at 5 pm!
  • Our girl’s soccer team begins sectional play tonight at Brownsburg at 7:00 against the Bulldogs. Let’s go ladies…play hard and get a victory tonight!
  • Our girl’s volleyball team is on the road tonight against Greenwood at 5:30 and 7:00. Good Luck Ladies!
  • Our Red Pride Football team defeated Franklin last Friday night in an exciting football game. Great Job Red Pride.
  • PHS Soccer player Kaiah Haberkorn was the Indy Star Player of the Week last week. Congrats and thanks to all that voted for her!
  • Students look for the new breakfast cart by Door 7 from 7:30 am to 8:05 am! Now you can grab a quick, delicious breakfast as you enter through door 7! Breakfast is a great way to start a great day!
  • The PHS Choral Department invites you to their fall concert Wednesday night. All PHS choirs will be performing. The concert begins at 7:00 in the auditorium.
  • CONGRATULATIONS to the QUAKER SHAKER STAFF! They received a rating of "SUPERIOR" from the Indiana High School Press Association and have been nominated to receive a Hoosier Star Award, the highest award given to high school publications in the state of Indiana. Good luck Quaker Shake staff at the IHSPA Fall Convention in mid-October!
  • Athletic patches are in! If you ordered patches this fall, please stop in the athletic office to pick them up.
  • Seniors: The FAFSA workshop is this Thursday, October 4th from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Financial aid experts will be available to provide FREE assistance to students and parents with filing the FAFSA. Don't miss out on this great opportunity!
  • Picture Make-up Day is Friday, October 5, in the Auditorium Lobby.

Freshmen getting retakes come to the auditorium lobby during 3rd hour.

Sophomores and juniors getting retakes come during 4th hour.

Seniors getting retakes come during 5th hour.

Area 31 and POA students come anytime 3rd, 4th, or 5th hour.

This is for any students that missed the first picture day or if you want your picture re-taken. Please make sure to bring your picture packet with you if you have one.

  • Plainfield Schools and Jr. Optimist Club will be collecting all sizes of new and gently used coats, hats, scarves and gloves for "Bundle Them Up Hendricks County." Items may be dropped off at any Plainfield school this week through Friday, October 5th, or at this season's final home football game the night of October 5th. Thank you for helping make someone's winter a little warmer.
  • Anything left in lost and found will be donated on Friday. Please check student services if you are missing anything.
  • Your dinner plans Saturday are as follows: Between 4 and 8 p.m., drive to Chipotle.  Load up on all of your favorite tasty menu items.  Support PHS Publications by bringing a flyer or showing the cashier the flyer on your phone.  Need a flyer? See any yearbook or newsmag staff member or stop in E104.
  • October 22. Why is this date important? The price of the yearbook goes up to $75. Still want to pay $65? Then get online and order your yearbook by October 21 at www.yearbookordercenter.com.
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

September 27, 2018

  • Last call for senior ads for the yearbook! Parents: If you want to put a senior ad in the 2019 yearbook, materials need to be received at the high school by 3 p.m. Friday. Check your email for ordering information.
  • PHS Soccer player, Kaiah Haberkorn, is up for Indy Star Player of the Week. In the last four games, she has scored 10 goals. Please help us keep Kaiah in the lead for this honor by voting and sharing the message with your family and friends! Remember that you can vote as many times as you want to! Please vote at the link below.

Here is the link:

https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/09/25/indystars-male-and-female-athletes-week-sept-17-22/1412053002/

  • Good Luck to our PHS boy’s tennis team as they begin Sectional play tonight at Avon. They face Brownsburg at 5:00. Come out and cheer them on to a big victory!
  • Our PHS volleyball teams are in action tonight at Terre Haute North and Tri West. All games are away. Good Luck ladies!
  • Students look for the new breakfast cart by Door 7 from 7:30 am to 8:05 am! Now you can grab a quick, delicious breakfast as you enter through door 7! Breakfast is a great way to start a great day!
  • Students, check out page 8 of your Quaker Shaker! You will see a link to a video about Jocko, the police dog. In order to access this video, please follow the instructions below.

1) Download the app HP Reveal from the App Store/Google Play

2) Make an account

3) Go to "Discover Auras"

4) Type in phspublications and hit "follow"

5) Go to Main Page of app and click on blue button at bottom

6) Hover over the symbol on the photo

7) Enjoy the video!

  • Seniors: Marian University will be visiting TOMORROW from 11 am -2 pm and accepting applications during this time. If you would like to apply to Marian or have recently applied to Marian, the application will be free and you will receive your admission decision by the end of the day! They will be set up in the guidance classroom - see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • Students: This week is College Go! Week! All students are encouraged to wear their favorite college gear TOMORROW!
  • Our Red Pride Football team is on the road tomorrow night against Franklin. The dress-up theme is FIESTA!!!!
  • Our Boys Soccer Senior Game against Cardinal Ritter is this Saturday at 10:00 a.m. for varsity only. Come out and support our Seniors!
  • The Key Club is hosting a Car Show this Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at PHS. Please come and check out the cool cars for free!
  • Athletic patches are in! If you ordered patches this fall, please stop in the athletic office to pick them up.
  • Seniors: The FAFSA workshop is next Thursday, October 4th from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Financial aid experts will be available to provide FREE assistance to students and parents with filing the FAFSA. Don't miss out on this great opportunity!
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • Plainfield Schools and Jr. Optimist Club will be collecting all sizes of new and gently used coats, hats, scarves and gloves for "Bundle Them Up Hendricks County." Items may be dropped off at any Plainfield school the week of October 1st through October 5th, or at this season's final home football game the night of October 5th. Thank you for helping make someone's winter a little warmer.
  • Who loves burritos? Who loves Chipotle? If you answered "I DO!" to these questions, then mark your calendar for October 6 and plan on having dinner at Chipotle at the publications staff's fundraiser. We will be passing out fliers soon!
  • October 22. Why is this date important? The price of the yearbook goes up to $75. Still want to pay $65? Then get online and order your yearbook by October 21 at www.yearbookordercenter.com.
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements: 

September 25, 2018

  • Our Quaker athletes and students had another SUCCESSFUL weekend! Congrats to the following:
  • Our Red Pride Marching Band placed 2nd at the Avon competition after representing PHS well in the Quaker Day parade in the morning!
  • The Girls Cross Country team are Mid State Champions! Congrats to Addison Dockery, Samantha Hayden and Elizabeth Tomaszewski for being named All Conference!
  • Our Boys Cross Country team ran well and placed 2nd at Mid State! Congrats to Dalton Kane for placing first in the conference in a time of 15:54. That’s the 3rd fastest time in PHS school history. Spencer Decker was also named All Conference.
  • Congratulations to your PHS Competition Cheer squad members who placed 2nd at the Tri-West Cheer Invitational this past weekend. We are so proud of your accomplishment, ladies! Come out and support your competition cheerleaders at their next competition on October 6 at Pendleton Heights High School!
  • On Senior Day Saturday, our Girls Soccer team defeated Ben Davis 3-0! Our JV also defeated Ben Davis 5-0! Both JV and Varsity continued their winning ways with HUGE victories over Avon last night! Both by a score of 2-0! Great Job ladies!
  • Senior Night for Boys Soccer is TONIGHT vs. Danville! JV plays at 5:30 and Varsity follows at 7:00. Let's pack the house for this special groups of Seniors!
  • Athletic patches are in! If you ordered patches this fall, please stop in the athletic office to pick them up.
  • Congratulations to Rachel Snider! She is the winner of the Starbucks gift card -- and all she had to do was follow the yearbook on social media. Stay tuned for YOUR chance to win our next prize!
  • You are all invited to ‘See You at the Pole’ TOMORROW morning at 7:15 a.m. by the football field flagpole. ‘See You at the Pole’ is a national and annual time of prayer in schools across America and anyone is welcome to attend. We sure hope to ‘See You at the Pole’!
  • We have a date! The first issue of the Quaker Shaker arrives TOMORROW! Don't have your subscription yet? No worries -- pick a form up in E104. If you are one of the first 200 subscribers, you will be entered to win a $20 gift card to the Quaker Corner -- which means you could get 40 cookies!!! That's one cookie every school day for almost 2 months!!!
  • The Reading Club will meet tomorrow during the second half of SMART. Hopefully you were able to read Cinder by Marissa Meyer and/or a science fiction or fantasy book. See you Wednesday!
  • The media center will be closed after school tomorrow Wednesday, September 26th.NHS tutoring will be in guidance.
  • Attention MakerSpaces Club members! We are creating mosaics starting next week. The cost of materials for the mosaic is $10. Please pay the treasurer and take your receipt to Mrs. DuBois in the media center. The deadline to pay for your mosaic is tomorrow, September 26th.
  • Seniors: Marian University will be visiting this Friday from 11 am -2 pm and accepting applications during this time. If you would like to apply to Marian or have recently applied to Marian, the application will be free and you will receive your admission decision by the end of the day! They will be set up in the guidance classroom - see Mr. Reber if you have any questions.
  • Students: This week is College Go! Week and all students are encouraged to wear their favorite college gear on Friday!
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • Plainfield Schools and Jr. Optimist Club will be collecting all sizes of new and gently used coats, hats, scarves and gloves for "Bundle Them Up Hendricks County." Items may be dropped off at any Plainfield school the week of October 1st through October 5th, or at this season's final home football game the night of October 5th. Thank you for helping make someone's winter a little warmer.
  • Who loves burritos? Who loves Chipotle? If you answered "I DO!" to these questions, then mark your calendar for October 6 and plan on having dinner at Chipotle at the publications staff's fundraiser. We will be passing out fliers soon!
  • October 22. Why is this date important? The price of the yearbook goes up to $75. Still want to pay $65? Then get online and order your yearbook by October 21 at www.yearbookordercenter.com.
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help. 

Student Announcements:

September 19, 2018

  • This week is Homecoming week!!! Show your school spirit by participating in the dress up days:

Today is Hawaiian day…Aloha!

Friday- RED Out.

  • The Homecoming Carnival will be from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the bus parking lot TOMORROW. All Plainfield ELEMENTARY students are invited to attend. It is free, but donations to Riley are accepted.
  • The Homecoming Parade will begin at 5:30 p.m. around Red Pride Drive.
  • Our Red Pride football team faces Decatur Central at 7:00 on Friday. It’s a RED-OUT! Let’s pack the stands on Homecoming!
  • The PHS Semi-Formal Homecoming Dance is this Saturday, September 22 from 8:00-10:30 pm in the PHS Ellipse. Tickets are $8 at lunch and $10 at the door. Tickets will be on sale this Thursday and Friday during lunch. If you purchase your ticket during lunch, you will be entered in a drawing for a $25 gift card to Stacked Pickle. Don’t forget you have to have a PHS Code of Conduct on file to attend.
  • Celebrate Homecoming this week by enjoying Ella’s Frozen Yogurt! They 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.
  • Our PHS boy’s tennis team defeated rival Avon Tuesday night 3-2! Avery Bennett and Truman Purtell won a long and tough three set match to seal the victory. Great season boys…now on to Sectionals!
  • Our ladies volleyball team defeated Mooresville in a tough battle Tuesday night!
  • Boys JV and Varsity Soccer both defeated Greenwood Tuesday night! Come support our boys tonight as they take on Mooresville in the final home conference match of the year. With a win tonight, Varsity will finish undefeated in conference play and be outright Mid-State champs!
  • Our ladies soccer team defeated rival Mooresville in a Mid-state showdown last night 7-0!!! They are now Mid-State CHAMPS! Congrats! Our JV team also won 5-0!
  • Last night our freshman volleyball team defeated Cardinal Ritter!
  • Our volleyball team is at home tonight against Terre Haute South at 5:30 and 7:00.
  • ATTENTION PARENTS: The PHS Band and Choir Boosters are looking for drivers aged 21+ to help with their biggest fundraiser of the year this Saturday, Sept. 22. The event runs from 9-5 here at PHS. Come test drive a brand new Buick or GMC vehicle and fill out a short survey. It costs NOTHING, but each completed survey earns $20 for the music programs. There will NOT be salespeople present at the event and you will NOT be contacted later by salespeople. A fun, quick, easy and cheap way to help out two great PHS programs!
  • You are all invited to ‘See You at the Pole’ this Wednesday morning  (9-26) at 7:15 by the football field flagpole. ‘See You at the Pole’ is a national and annual time of prayer in schools across America and anyone is welcome to attend. We sure hope to ‘See You at the Pole’!
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • Congratulations to the 2018 Fall Homecoming Court!

For the Freshman class: Bryn Planker, Amelia Smith, Taylor Wooden, Colin Anderson, Keaton East, and Kyle Hayden.

Representing the Sophomores: Riley Heltsley, Lily Royer, Payton Thomas, Dayne Gardner, Ethan Reynolds, and Sam Thomas.

The Juniors are: Emma Ash, Claire Harper, Isabelle Stead, Nathan Dalton, Abe Pugh, and Grady Shafhauser.

And for the Senior class of 2019: Mackenzie Cochran, Neyven Garal, Kierra Wiles, Derek Garzinski, Jacob Leek, and Miller Nichols.

Student Announcements: 

September 18, 2018

  • NO SCHOOL for STUDENTS TOMORROW.  A teacher in service day!
  • This week is Homecoming week!!! Show your school spirit by participating in the dress up days:

Today is Movie/TV character day

Tomorrow we don’t have School!

Thursday – Hawaiian

Friday- RED Out.

  • The Homecoming Carnival will be from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the bus parking lot this Friday, September 21. All Plainfield ELEMENTARY students are invited to attend. It is free, but donations to Riley are accepted. The Homecoming Parade will begin at 5:30 p.m. around Red Pride Drive.
  • The PHS Semi-Formal Homecoming Dance is this Saturday, September 22 from 8:00-10:30 pm in the PHS Ellipse. Tickets are $8 at lunch and $10 at the door. Tickets will be on sale this Thursday and Friday during lunch. If you purchase your ticket during lunch, you will be entered in a drawing for a $25 gift card to Stacked Pickle. Don’t forget you have to have a PHS Code of Conduct on file to attend.
  • PHS students had a successful weekend...CONGRATS to the following:

*Our football team defeated Greenwood 35-21!

*The Red Pride Marching Band placed 2nd at the Lawrence Central contest!

*Our boys tennis team won the Jeffersonville 8 team Invite!

*Our ladies golf team placed 3rd at Sectionals and advanced to Regionals!

*Both our JV and Varsity Boy's soccer were the Mt. Vernon invite Champions!

*The girls Volleyball team are Hendricks County Champions!

* Both PHS Cross Country teams ran at the Golden Spike Invitational. Our girls placed 3rd and our boys placed 2nd. Congrats to Dalton Kane for being the individual Champion!

*Our girls soccer team battled hard and lost a tough game to Center Grove 2-1!

GO RED PRIDE!

  • Come out to PHS tonight and cheer on our Volleyball team on senior night as they face Mooresville at 5:30 and 7:00.
  • Our boy’s Soccer team is also at home tonight against Greenwood with varsity playing at 5:30!
  • Travel to Avon tonight to support our boy’s Tennis team against the Orioles beginning at 4:30!
  • Attention ANY INTERESTED FRESHMAN, please report to E112 after school on TODAY to help decorate your freshman class float for fall homecoming!! Decorating will be from 3:15 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Please see Mrs. Cheek in room E112 if you have any questions!
  • ATTENTION JUNIOR CLASS: Float building is this week!! Grab your friends and meet us on the west side of the building in the dock area today thru Thursday at 5:30 PM. Can't wait to see you there!!
  • Ella’s Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, September 20. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • The PHS Band and Choir Boosters are looking for drivers aged 21+ to help with their biggest fundraiser of the year this Saturday, Sept. 22. The event runs from 9-5 here at PHS. Come test drive a brand new Buick or GMC vehicle and fill out a short survey. It costs NOTHING, but each completed survey earns $20 for the music programs. There will NOT be salespeople present at the event and you will NOT be contacted later by salespeople. A fun, quick, easy and cheap way to help out two great PHS programs!
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • Congratulations to the 2018 Fall Homecoming Court!

For the Freshman class: Bryn Planker, Amelia Smith, Taylor Wooden, Colin Anderson, Keaton East, and Kyle Hayden.

Representing the Sophomores: Riley Heltsley, Lily Royer, Payton Thomas, Dayne Gardner, Ethan Reynolds, and Sam Thomas.

The Juniors are: Emma Ash, Claire Harper, Isabelle Stead, Nathan Dalton, Abe Pugh, and Grady Shafhauser.

And for the Senior class of 2019: Mackenzie Cochran, Neyven Garal, Kierra Wiles, Derek Garzinski, Jacob Leek, and Miller Nichols.

Student Announcements:

September 13, 2018

  • Next week is Homecoming week!!! Show your school spirit by participating in the dress up days next week:

Monday - Tie Dye

Tuesday - Movie/TV character

Wednesday - No School

Thursday – Hawaiian

Friday - RED Out.

  • The Homecoming Carnival will be from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the bus parking lot on Friday, September 21. All Plainfield ELEMENTARY students are invited to attend. It is free, but donations to Riley are accepted. The Homecoming Parade will begin at 5:30 p.m. around Red Pride Drive.
  • The PHS Semi-Formal Homecoming Dance is Saturday, September 22 from 8:00-10:30 pm in the PHS Ellipse. Tickets are $8 at lunch and $10 at the door. Tickets will be on sale this week September 13th and 14th along with next week September 20th and 21st during lunch. If you purchase your ticket during lunch, you will be entered in a drawing for a $25 gift card to Stacked Pickle. Don’t forget you have to have a PHS Code of Conduct on file to attend.
  • Congrats to our boy’s tennis team on winning the Mid-State Conference title last night! Individual conference champions were Ryan Lechner at #3 singles and Cam Chafin and Cade East at #1 doubles! This is our first championship since 2010! Great job guys!
  • CONGRATULATIONS to senior Anu Nattam! Anu has been named to the Diana Hadley 2018 Honor Roll for the Indiana High School Press Association. The award is presented to a student who has displayed journalist excellence while adhering to the IHSPA core values of truth, courage, integrity and freedom throughout their career in student media. WAY TO GO ANU!!!
  • Students: If you signed up for the Study Skills seminar it is TODAY, after school at 3:15 in the LGI room!
  • Seniors: College Financial Aid night is TONIGHT at 6:00 in the PHS Auditorium. Join us for an important information night and bring your parents!
  • Boys soccer is on the road TONIGHT in a huge conference match-up versus Franklin Community. Good luck boys!
  • The Interact club will be meeting this Friday, Sept. 14 at 7:20 a.m. Join us in E101 for a donut and opportunities to get involved in community service. We are still accepting new members. Bring a friend!
  • Attention FCA: If you want an FCA t-shirt you need to pay the PHS Treasurer by TOMORROW.
  • Don’t forget…our Football team is on the road TOMORROW night at Greenwood! Go Red Pride!
  • Attention ANY INTERESTED FRESHMAN, please report to E112 after school Monday (Sept. 17), and Wednesday (Sept.19) to help decorate your freshman class float for fall homecoming!! Decorating will be from 3:15 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Please see Mrs. Cheek in room E112 if you have any questions!
  • ATTENTION JUNIOR CLASS: Float building will begin next week!! Grab your friends and meet us on the west side of the building in the dock area Monday thru Thursday at 5:30 PM. Can't wait to see you there!!
  • Attention all coffee lovers! The Yearbook Staff will be giving away a $20 Starbucks gift card to one lucky student. Entering is so simple: just head on over to their Instagram page @phssilhouettes to view the post and how to enter.
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • When we hit 200 Quaker Shaker subscribers, we are putting the names of all subscribers in a drawing. The lucky winner gets a $20 gift card to the Quaker Corner! Have you gotten your subscription yet? Don't wait! It’s only $10! See a newsmagazine staff member or stop by the desk in the Main Office to pick up your order form ASAP! The first issue comes out in September -- you won't want to miss it!
  • Students: Do you have your parking pass? It is only $10. Don’t get a ticket!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring has begun. Tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • Congratulations to the 2018 Fall Homecoming Court!

For the Freshman class: Bryn Planker, Amelia Smith, Taylor Wooden, Colin Anderson, Keaton East, and Kyle Hayden.

Representing the Sophomores: Riley Heltsley, Lily Royer, Payton Thomas, Dayne Gardner, Ethan Reynolds, and Sam Thomas.

The Juniors are: Emma Ash, Claire Harper, Isabelle Stead, Nathan Dalton, Abe Pugh, and Grady Shafhauser.

And for the Senior class of 2019: Mackenzie Cochran, Neyven Garal, Kierra Wiles, Derek Garzinski, Jacob Leek, and Miller Nichols.

Student Announcements:

September 12, 2018

  • Next week is Homecoming week!!! Show your school spirit by participating in the dress up days next week:

Monday - Tie Dye

Tuesday - Movie/TV character

Wednesday - No School

Thursday – Hawaiian

Friday - RED Out.

  • The Homecoming Carnival will be from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the bus parking lot on Friday, September 21. All Plainfield students of any age are invited to attend. It is free, but donations to Riley are accepted. The Homecoming Parade will begin at 5:30 p.m. around Red Pride Drive.
  • The PHS Semi-Formal Homecoming Dance is Saturday, September 22 from 8:00-10:30 pm in the PHS Ellipse. Tickets are $8 at lunch and $10 at the door. Tickets will be on sale this week September 13th and14th along with next week September 20th and 21st during lunch. If you purchase your ticket during lunch, you will be entered in a drawing for a $25 gift card to Stacked Pickle. Don’t forget you have to have a PHS Code of Conduct on file to attend.
  • CONGRATULATIONS to senior Anu Nattam! Anu has been named to the Diana Hadley 2018 Honor Roll for the Indiana High School Press Association. The award is presented to a student who has displayed journalist excellence while adhering to the IHSPA core values of truth, courage, integrity and freedom throughout their career in student media. WAY TO GO ANU!!!
  • Students:Final voting for the Fall Homecoming Court will be during SMART Period TODAY.
  • Attention Students: If you are parked in the student parking lot without a parking permit, this is your final notice! Starting TODAY, citations will be issued. Parking permits are only $10…get one today!
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship applications are due TODAY, September 12! Please see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!
  • Key Club will be meeting TODAY at either 7:45am or 3:10pm in E107. Please attend one of the two meetings.
  • Attention ANY INTERESTED FRESHMAN, please report to E112 after school TODAY, Monday (Sept. 17), and Wednesday (Sept.19) to help decorate your freshman class float for fall homecoming!! Decorating will be from 3:15 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Please see Mrs. Cheek in room E112 if you have any questions!
  • Seniors: College Financial Aid night is this Thursday, September 13 at 6:00 in the PHS Auditorium. Join us for an important information night and bring your parents!
  • Knock knock. Who's there? Donut. Donut who? Donut ask, it's a secret. It's no secret that the Interact club will be meeting this Friday, Sept. 14 at 7:20 a.m. Join us in E101 for a donut and lots of opportunities to get involved in community service. We have been approved for our dodgeball tournament, so we have work to do to get ready. We are still accepting new members. Bring a friend.
  • ATTENTION JUNIOR CLASS: Float building will begin next week!! Grab your friends and meet us on the west side of the building in the dock area Monday thru Thursday at 5:30 PM. Can't wait to see you there!!
  • Attention all coffee lovers! The Yearbook Staff will be giving away a $20 Starbucks gift card to one lucky student. Entering is so simple: just head on over to their Instagram page @phssilhouettes to view the post and how to enter.
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • When we hit 200 Quaker Shaker subscribers, we are putting the names of all subscribers in a drawing. The lucky winner gets a $20 gift card to the Quaker Corner! Have you gotten your subscription yet? Don't wait! It’s only $10! See a newsmagazine staff member or stop by the desk in the Main Office to pick up your order form ASAP! The first issue comes out in September -- you won't want to miss it!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • NHS after school tutoring has begun. Tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • Congratulations to the 2018 Fall Homecoming Court!

For the Freshman class: Bryn Planker, Amelia Smith, Taylor Wooden, Colin Anderson, Keaton East, and Kyle Hayden.

Representing the Sophomores: Riley Heltsley, Lily Royer, Payton Thomas, Dayne Gardner, Ethan Reynolds, and Sam Thomas.

The Juniors are: Emma Ash, Claire Harper, Isabelle Stead, Nathan Dalton, Abe Pugh, and Grady Shafhauser.

And for the Senior class of 2019: Mackenzie Cochran, Neyven Garal, Kierra Wiles, Derek Garzinski, Jacob Leek, and Miller Nichols.

*Final voting will be during SMART Period TODAY!.

Student Announcements: 

September 6, 2018

  • Attention Students: There are 50+ of you parked in the student parking lot without a parking permit! This is your official notice...you have until next Wednesday (Sept, 12) to purchase and display your parking permit. Citations will be issued! If you have purchased one, make certain it is displayed in your car! Parking permits are only $10! Get one today!
  • CONGRATUATIONS to senior Anu Nattam! Anu has been named to the Diana Hadley 2018 Honor Roll for the Indiana High School Press Association. The award is presented to a student who has displayed journalist excellence while adhering to the IHSPA core values of truth, courage, integrity and freedom throughout their career in student media. WAY TO GO ANU!!!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches TODAY. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital!
  • Attention students, TOMORROW is PTO/ Red Pride spirit day. PTO will be at the back table during lunch for students to get a piece of candy and be entered into a drawing for a $15 gift card. Students need to wear Plainfield spirit wear or their sports jersey!
  • PHS Students, a new club called Be Strong is having a call out meeting on Monday,September 10. If you are looking for a safe place to be yourself, this group welcomes everyone. Come for friendship, movies, and SNACKS! We hope to see you September 10 in Mrs. Tabaska's Room-- E110.
  • There will be a call-out meeting for the Swimming and Diving team next Monday, September 10 immediately after school in the pool area. This is for all students grades 9-12 who are interested in being on the team. Fall sports athletes are excused from the meeting but should contact Coach Johnson to notify their intent to participate.
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!
  • Knock knock. Who's there? Donut. Donut who? Donut ask, it's a secret. It's no secret that the Interact club will be meeting Friday, Sept. 14 at 7:20. Join us in E101 for a donut and lots of opportunities to get involved in community service. We have been approved for our dodgeball tournament, so we have work to do to get ready. We are still accepting new members. Bring a friend.
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • When we hit 200 Quaker Shaker subscribers, we are putting the names of all subscribers in a drawing. The lucky winner gets a $20 gift card to the Quaker Corner! Have you gotten your subscription yet? Don't wait! It’s only $10! See a newsmagazine staff member or stop by the desk in the Main Office to pick up your order form ASAP! The first issue comes out in September -- you won't want to miss it!
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Please do this ASAP.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • NHS after school tutoring has begun. Tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • Congratulations to the 2018 Fall Homecoming Court!

For the Freshman class: Bryn Planker, Amelia Smith, Taylor Wooden, Colin Anderson, Keaton East, and Kyle Hayden.

Representing the Sophomores: Riley Heltsley, Lily Royer, Payton Thomas, Dayne Gardner, Ethan Reynolds, and Sam Thomas.

The Juniors are: Emma Ash, Claire Harper, Isabelle Stead, Nathan Dalton, Abe Pugh, and Grady Shafhauser.

And for the Senior class of 2019: Mackenzie Cochran, Neyven Garal, Kierra Wiles, Derek Garzinski, Jacob Leek, and Miller Nichols.

*Final voting will be during SMART Period on Wednesday, September 12.

Student Announcements: 

September 4, 2018

  • Join us TONIGHT for the DIG PINK Breast Cancer Awareness Event at the HOME volleyball game against Decatur Central! There will be a bake sale and silent auction! Wear PINK and come out and support our volleyball team! Games begin at 5:30.
  • The media center will close at 3:15 today. National Honor Society tutoring will be in guidance. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  • Attention wrestlers: Pre-season will begin TODAY after school in the weight room. You must have a physical on file with the athletic office to participate in pre-season workouts. See Coach Ferguson in F202 to get the full calendar for pre-season workouts.
  • The 3487 Red Pride Robotics Call-out is TOMORROW at 3:05 pm in room A123. All you need to bring is yourself. See you there.
  • If you are interested in being in the crew for our fall musical Guys and Dolls, there will be a meeting TOMORROW, Sept 5 at 3:30 in the choir room.
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, September 6. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital!
  • Attention students, this Friday, September 7th is PTO/ Red Pride spirit day. PTO will be at the back table during lunch for students to get a piece of candy and be entered into a drawing for a $15 gift card. Students need to wear Plainfield spirit wear or their sports jersey!
  • PHS Students, a new club called Be Strong is having a call out meeting on Monday,September 10. If you are looking for a safe place to be yourself, this group welcomes everyone. Come for friendship, movies, and SNACKS! We hope to see you September 10 in Mrs. Tabaska's Room-- E110.
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • When we hit 200 Quaker Shaker subscribers, we are putting the names of all subscribers in a drawing. The lucky winner gets a $20 gift card to the Quaker Corner! Have you gotten your subscription yet? Don't wait! It’s only $10! See a news magazine staff member or stop by the desk in the Main Office to pick up your order form ASAP! The first issue comes out in September -- you won't want to miss it!
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Please do this ASAP.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • NHS after school tutoring has begun. Tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • Congratulations to the 2018 Fall Homecoming Court!

For the Freshman class: Bryn Planker, Amelia Smith, Taylor Wooden, Colin Anderson, Keaton East, and Kyle Hayden.

Representing the Sophomores: Riley Heltsley, Lily Royer, Payton Thomas, Dayne Gardner, Ethan Reynolds, and Sam Thomas.

The Juniors are: Emma Ash, Claire Harper, Isabelle Stead, Nathan Dalton, Abe Pugh, and Grady Shafhauser.

And for the Senior class of 2019: Mackenzie Cochran, Neyven Garal, Kierra Wiles, Derek Garzinski, Jacob Leek, and Miller Nichols.

*Final voting will be during SMART Period on Wednesday, September 12.

Student Announcements: 

August 30, 2018

  • Congratulations to the 2018 Fall Homecoming Court!

For the Freshman class: Bryn Planker, Amelia Smith, Taylor Wooden, Colin Anderson, Keaton East, and Kyle Hayden.

Representing the Sophomores: Riley Heltsley, Lily Royer, Payton Thomas, Dayne Gardner, Ethan Reynolds, and Sam Thomas.

The Juniors are: Emma Ash, Claire Harper, Isabelle Stead, Nathan Dalton, Abe Pugh, and Grady Shafhauser.

And for the Senior class of 2019: Mackenzie Cochran, Neyven Garal, Kierra Wiles, Derek Garzinski, Jacob Leek, and Miller Nichols.

*Final voting will be during SMART Period on Wednesday, September 12.

  • Our Red Pride football team is at home TOMORROW night against Mooresville! It is the Military Appreciation game and the theme is CAMO. To honor the theme of the game, the Quaker Corner is selling game day t-shirts. All profits of the shirts will go to the Disabled American Veterans charity. The shirts are available in the Quaker Corner to purchase for $10.00!!!
  • If you are interested in being in the crew for our fall musical Guys and Dolls, there will be a meeting next Wednesday, Sept 5 at 3:30 in the choir room.
  • Attention PHS! Would you like to develop skills such as delegating and public communications while also keeping in touch with global affairs? Model United Nations is a new club starting at Plainfield High School that does all of those things, and we would like YOU to join! The callout meeting is in Mrs. Wilburn's room F208 TODAY after school. We hope to see you there!
  • CONGRATS to our Cross Country teams…they both won the Hendricks County Championship Tuesday! Dalton Kane won the individual boys title!
  • Our boys tennis team has defeated Western Boone and Perry Meridian this week. They are back at home TONIGHT against Franklin at 5:00.
  • Our Boys Varsity Soccer team defeated Martinsville 4-0 on Tuesday to move to 3-0 in conference play! Come out and support the boys at home TONIGHT vs. Tri-West!
  • Our girls volleyball team has defeated Martinsville and lost to Monrovia so far this week and will play Tri-West at home TONIGHT! Come out and cheer them on starting at 5:30!
  • Our girls soccer team defeated Martinsville last night 8-0! And JV was also a big winner. Great job ladies!
  • Homecoming is September 21st!!! Homecoming t-shirts can be ordered in the Quaker Corner until TOMORROW. The cost is $10 and the money raised from t-shirt sales will go to support the childhood cancer research fund at Riley Hospital for Children. Please help us "Tackle Childhood Cancer" and purchase a homecoming t-shirt!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day TOMORROW will be donated.
  • Attention wrestlers: Pre-season will begin next Tuesday, September 4 after school in the weight room. You must have a physical on file with the athletic office to participate in pre-season workouts. See Coach Ferguson in F202 to get the full calendar for pre-season workouts.
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • When we hit 200 Quaker Shaker subscribers, we are putting the names of all subscribers in a drawing. The lucky winner gets a $20 gift card to the Quaker Corner! Have you gotten your subscription yet? Don't wait! It’s only $10! See a newsmagazine staff member or stop by the desk in the Main Office to pick up your order form ASAP! The first issue comes out in September -- you won't want to miss it!
  • The girls volleyball teams are looking for team managers. If you interested in helping, please see Mrs. Morris in the athletic office.
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Please do this ASAP.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • NHS after school tutoring has begun. Tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • The Healthcare Explorers program at Hendricks Regional health is now accepting applicants for high school students who are interested in a career in healthcare. Students learn about different professions within the hospital ranging from accountants, administrators, and marketing agents, to doctors, nurses, and dietitians. Explorer meetings will occur at Hendricks Regional Health in Danville monthly. Apply online at https://www.hendricks.org/explorers before tomorrow, August 31st.
  • PHS Students, a new club called Be Strong is having a call out meeting on Monday,September 10. If you are looking for a safe place to be yourself, this group welcomes everyone. Come for friendship, movies, and SNACKS! We hope to see you September 10 in Mrs. Tabaska's Room-- E110.
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!

Student Announcements: 

August 28, 2018

  • This Friday’s home game is the Military Appreciation game. The theme is camo. To honor the theme of the game, the Quaker Corner will be selling game day t-shirts. All profits of the shirts will go to the Disabled American Veterans charity. The shirts are available in the Quaker Corner to purchase for $10.00!!!
  • Our Varsity football team defeated Tri West last Friday night! It was the 400th win for the PHS football program! Great job Red Pride!
  • Good luck to our sports teams on the road tonight. Our boys soccer team and girls volleyball teams are at Martinsville. Our cross country teams are competing in the Hendricks County Invitational at Danville.
  • All Cheerleaders please report to room E112 IMMEDIATELY after school TODAY!
  • There is an Esports Team meeting after school today in room E206.
  • Auditions for Guys and Dolls are today from 3:15-5:45 in the choir room. Callbacks will be Thursday at 3:15 in the choir room. If you are interested in being in the crew for our fall musical, there will be a meeting Wednesday, Sept 5 at 3:30 in the choir room.
  • Grab an ice cream at DQ TONIGHT from 5:30-8:30 to support the dance team. Be sure to mention PHS dance team at the counter. Thanks for the support!
  • Do you like reading, writing, or sharing your stories? Then the Creative Writing Club is for you! Come to the call-out meeting tomorrow, August 29th at 7:20, in Mrs. Eldridge's room E105. Everyone is welcome!
  • ATTENTION ANY FRESHMAN INTERESTED IN HELPING WITH THE FRESHMAN CLASS FLOAT BUILDING, please meet in room E105 during the 2nd half of SMART period TOMORROW!! We look forward to choosing a theme and setting up our decorating dates & times!
  • Attention PHS! Would you like to develop skills such as delegating and public communications while also keeping in touch with global affairs? Model United Nations is a new club starting at Plainfield High School that does all of those things, and we would like YOU to join! The callout meeting is in Mrs. Wilburn's room F208 this Thursday after school. We hope to see you there!
  • Homecoming is September 21st!!! Homecoming t-shirts can be ordered in the Quaker Corner this week until August 31st. The cost is $10 and the money raised from t-shirt sales will go to support the childhood cancer research fund at Riley Hospital for Children. Please help us "Tackle Childhood Cancer" and purchase a homecoming t-shirt!
  • Cafeteria Rules: Students, please remember to remove an earbud when entering the cafeteria serving line so we can assist you better! Also, if you are not purchasing anything from the cafeteria, please do not enter the serving lines so that we may get students through the lines faster. Thank you.
  • Anything left in lost and found at the end of the day Friday will be donated.
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • When we hit 200 Quaker Shaker subscribers, we are putting the names of all subscribers in a drawing. The lucky winner gets a $20 gift card to the Quaker Corner! Have you gotten your subscription yet? Don't wait! It’s only $10! See a newsmagazine staff member or stop by the desk in the Main Office to pick up your order form ASAP! The first issue comes out in September -- you won't want to miss it!
  • The girls volleyball teams are looking for team managers. If you interested in helping, please see Mrs. Morris in the athletic office.
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Please do this ASAP.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • NHS after school tutoring has begun. Tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • The Healthcare Explorers program at Hendricks Regional health is now accepting applicants for high school students who are interested in a career in healthcare. Students learn about different professions within the hospital ranging from accountants, administrators, and marketing agents, to doctors, nurses, and dietitians. Explorer meetings will occur at Hendricks Regional Health in Danville monthly. Apply online at https://www.hendricks.org/explorers before August 31st.
  • PHS Students, a new club called Be Strong is having a call out meeting Monday,September 10. If you're looking for a safe place to be yourself, this group welcomes everyone. Come for friendship, movies, and snacks! We hope to see you September 10 in Mrs. Tabaska's Room-- E110.
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!

Student Announcements: 

August 23, 2018

  • Herff Jones will be at PHS during lunch TODAY to take orders. Please see them outside the cafeteria.
  • 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.
  • Our PHS girls Volleyball team had a huge win Tuesday night over Brownsburg. They defeated the bulldogs in three straight sets! That’s the first time in school history that we swept them! Our freshman team was also victorious! Great job ladies. They also defeated Covenant Christian last night! Come out TONIGHT as they face a tough Perry Meridian team. Games begin at 5:30 with varsity at 7:00.
  • Our girls soccer team defeated Danville last night 2-0! Great job ladies!
  • TONIGHT our PHS boys soccer team is back in action at home vs Avon. Let’s have a huge crowd to support them against the Orioles! GO RED PRIDE!
  • There is a MANDATORY SOFTBALL CALL OUT meeting TODAY at 3:10 in room H111. If you are interested in playing softball this year, please attend. If you did not make either meeting today, please see Mrs. Collier.
  • Are you someone that enjoys Art and learning new techniques? Do you enjoy helping with community and school Art experiences? Then the Art Club is the place for you to be! Please come join us for our call-out meeting TODAY at 3:15 in room A118. Everyone is welcome!
  • The media center will be closed after school TODAY. National Honor Society tutoring will be in guidance.
  • If you missed picture day for any reason, make-up day is October 5. Picture order forms are available at the main office.
  • Students: Please be aware that the deadline to drop a class for study hall is at end of the school day, Monday Aug. 27th. This can only take place if you already do NOT have a study hall or a TA period. Remember to complete a blue schedule change request in the guidance office and return it with parent signature to your counselor before the deadline to be considered. We also encourage you to first discuss this with your teacher or counselor and to make sure dropping a credit bearing class after 4 wks is the right decision. Seniors especially should first make certain that a drop of a class in your schedule will not interfere with your diploma or college admissions. 
  • When we hit 200 Quaker Shaker subscribers, we are putting the names of all subscribers in a drawing. The lucky winner gets a $20 gift card to the Quaker Corner! Have you gotten your subscription yet? Don't wait! It’s only $10! See a newsmagazine staff member or stop by the desk in the Main Office to pick up your order form ASAP! The first issue comes out in September -- you won't want to miss it!
  • The girls volleyball teams are looking for team managers. If you interested in helping, please see Mrs. Morris in the athletic office.
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Please do this ASAP.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • NHS after school tutoring has begun. Tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • Auditions for our Fall Musical, "Guys and Dolls" will be Monday, August 27 and Tuesday, August 28, from 3:15-5:45. More info and sign-ups are posted outside the drama room.
  • Homecoming is September 21st!!! Homecoming t-shirts can be ordered in the Quaker Corner next week, August 27th - 31st. The cost is $10 and the money raised from t-shirt sales will go to support the childhood cancer research fund at Riley Hospital for Children. Please help us "Tackle Childhood Cancer" and purchase a homecoming t-shirt!
  • Esports Team forms are due by the end of the week to Mrs. Walters in E206. Our next meeting will be after school next Tuesday the 28th.
  • Grab an ice cream at DQ on Tuesday the 28th from 5:30-8:30 to support the dance team. Be sure to mention PHS dance team at the counter. Thanks for the support!
  • Do you like reading, writing, or sharing your stories? Then the Creative Writing Club is for you! Come to the call-out meeting on Wednesday, August 29th at 7:20, in Mrs. Eldridge's room E105. Everyone is welcome!
  • The Healthcare Explorers program at Hendricks Regional health is now accepting applicants for high school students who are interested in a career in healthcare. Students learn about different professions within the hospital ranging from accountants, administrators, and marketing agents, to doctors, nurses, and dietitians. Explorer meetings will occur at Hendricks Regional Health in Danville monthly. Apply online at https://www.hendricks.org/explorers before August 31st.
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!

Student Announcements: 

August 21, 2018

  • School Picture Day is TODAY! Still need an order form, pick it up at the main office.
  • Students: Join us TOMORROW MORNING, before school from 7:20-8:00 a.m. for the 1st ANNUAL 'DONUT with a COP' at PHS! Join our school resource officers and other Plainfield police officers in the cafeteria for donuts, coffee and hot chocolate! Don't miss it!
  • Herff Jones will be back to PHS during lunches TOMORROW and Thursday, August 22 and 23 to take orders. Parents are welcome to come on August 22 from 3:00 – 7:00 to place ring orders.
  • Boys varsity soccer had a big 4-2 conference win over Perry Meridian last night to move to 2-0 in conference play! The boys are back in action Thursday at home vs Avon. Come out and support!
  • Attention to the student walking around in one black under armour slide shoe in size 8…your matching shoe is at the main office. It was dropped outside door #1! Please come and claim it asap. It is lonely!
  • When we hit 200 Quaker Shaker subscribers, we are putting the names of all subscribers in a drawing. The lucky winner gets a $20 gift card to the Quaker Corner! Have you gotten your subscription yet? Don't wait! It’s only $10! See a newsmagazine staff member or stop by the desk in the Main Office to pick up your order form ASAP! The first issue comes out in September -- you won't want to miss it!
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Please do this ASAP.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • Seniors: Your Senior Accomplishment Form is due TOMORROW, August 22 to room E104. If you need one, pick it up at the main office.
  • NHS after school tutoring has begun. Tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00. Every student is welcome to stop by for help.
  • Auditions for our Fall Musical, "Guys and Dolls" will be Monday, August 27 and Tuesday, August 28, from 3:15-5:45. More info and sign-ups are posted outside the drama room. There will be a Vocal and Dance workshop TODAY from 3:15-5:30. It is highly recommended that you attend a workshop if you are planning on auditioning for Guys and Dolls.
  • The PHS Volleyball team hosts Brownsburg at HOME TONIGHT beginning at 5:30 with varsity at 7:00. Come out and cheer them on! They are at Covenant Christian tomorrow night and then again at home Thursday night! Good Luck ladies!
  • Riley Dance Marathon will be meeting in the auditorium during the second half of SMART period on Wednesday, August 22. If you have another meeting you need to attend that is fine. Check schoology or see Mr. Ferguson for information that you will miss.
  • The next HOSA club meeting is TOMORROW during SMART in Mr. Estridge’s room H201.
  • If you are currently an athletic manager or filmer for any of our high school athletic teams, or if you think you MIGHT be interested in being a manager or a filmer for our teams, then please strongly consider joining the Athletic Managers Club. The callout meeting will be held in Coach Mucho's room (F108) during SMART TOMORROW. If you have any questions, please see either Coach Mucho, Coach Estridge or Coach Steward.
  • Mr. Cavanaugh's SMART period kids need to report to the cafeteria this Wednesday for SMART.
  • Anyone wishing to learn more about MSA is welcome to come to our first meeting on Thursday at 7:30 in room F103. All are welcome!
  • Three's a charm. You, yes you, are welcome to join us for our 3rd FCA of the year this Thursday morning at 7:21 in room A121. Also, remember to get your money to the treasurer for the Olympic-styled FCA t-shirt.
  • There will be a MANDATORY SOFTBALL CALL OUT meeting this Thursday before school at 7:20 or after school at 3:10 in room H111. If you are interested in playing softball this year, please attend. If you are unable to make either meeting, please see Mrs. Collier before Thursday.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this Thursday, August 23. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Are you someone that enjoys Art and learning new techniques? Do you enjoy helping with community and school Art experiences? Then the Art Club is the place for you to be! Please come join us for our call-out meeting on Thursday, August 23rd at 3:15 in room A118. Everyone is welcome!
  • The media center will be closed after school on Thursday. National Honor Society tutoring will be in guidance.
  • Esports Team forms are due by the end of the week to Mrs. Walters in E206. Our next meeting will be after school next Tuesday the 28th.
  • Homecoming is September 21st!!! Homecoming t-shirts can be ordered in the Quaker Corner next week, August 27th - 31st. The cost is $10 and the money raised from t-shirt sales will go to support the childhood cancer research fund at Riley Hospital for Children. Please help us "Tackle Childhood Cancer" and purchase a homecoming t-shirt!
  • The Healthcare Explorers program at Hendricks Regional health is now accepting applicants for high school students who are interested in a career in healthcare. Students learn about different professions within the hospital ranging from accountants, administrators, and marketing agents, to doctors, nurses, and dietitians. Explorer meetings will occur at Hendricks Regional Health in Danville monthly. Apply online at https://www.hendricks.org/explorers before August 31st.
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!

Student Announcements: 

August 16, 2018

  • Attention to the student walking around in one black under armour slide shoe in size 8…your matching shoe is at the main office. It was dropped outside door #1! Please come and claim it asap. It is lonely!
  • Students…we only have a few game day shirts for the Avon game left and only in size L and XL. Get one at the Quaker Corner fast for $10.
  • Come out and support our Boys Soccer team tonight at home for their conference opener vs. Whiteland! JV starts at 5:30 with Varsity following at 7:00. GO RED PRIDE!
  • Come out TONIGHT and wear RED and cheer on your volleyball team as they host Danville at 5:30.
  • Students: Cash is no longer accepted in the cafeteria. All lunch money deposits need to be turned in to the lockboxes! Please deposit your money by 10:15 each day.
  • Don't miss out on any of the exciting issues of the Quaker Shaker this year! Subscriptions are available for $10, which gets you 9 monthly issues plus 2 special issues, one per semester. The first issue will be out in September -- make sure to take your subscription order form to the Treasurer ASAP.
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Please do this ASAP.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • The PHS Interact Club will hold a call-out meeting TOMORROW morning at 7:20 in room E101. We are a service organization with a focus on local and international projects. Last year we donated soccer balls and recess equipment to a school in Sierra Leone, raised money for local projects, and volunteered for more than 15 events. We are a busy, fun group and would love to have more helping hands. Join us this Friday in E101 at 7:15.
  • Attention juniors and seniors: Ivy Tech is visiting PHS tomorrow - Friday, August 17th - during 6th period in G104. Sign up in Naviance if you would like to attend this visit. Please see guidance if you have any questions.
  • Attention Freshman students: The Freshman Tailgate event sponsored by the PTO is this Friday, August 17th from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the practice football field. Please enter on the visitors’ side of the football stadium. There will be free pizza, one free cup of Frigid Frog, ice cream and chips. Come join the fun and then cheer on your Red Pride Football team!
  • TOMORROW NIGHT is our first HOME football game against those Orioles from Avon. It’s a WHITE OUT!!!! Game time is 7:00. Let’s pack the stands and show our RED PRIDE SPIRIT at our WHITE-OUT!!!
  • Reminder - those participating in HOSA Club need to turn in receipt of payment and signed contract by Friday to Mrs. Townsend. The next HOSA meeting is Wednesday, August 22 during SMART!
  • Seniors: If you did not turn in your Senior Accomplishment form during SMART period on Wednesday, please bring them to room E104 by August 22.
  • Do you like to create, invent, tinker, explore, build and discover using a variety of tools and materials? Then the NEW Makerspaces Club is for you! Did you miss the call-out meeting? No problem! Just stop by and see Mrs. DuBois in the media center or Mrs. Sanford in the E hallway for more information.
  • Do you love to read? Do you enjoy discussing books? Do you watch movies that were created from books? Did you miss the Reading Club call-out meeting? Don't worry! Just stop by the media center and see Mrs. DuBois for more information.
  • After school tutoring will begin on Monday, August 20. Tutoring will be in the media center every Monday through Thursday from 3:05 until 4:00.
  • School Picture Day is August 21. An email was sent home to parents with an order form, as well as dress code instructions for pictures. Underclassmen: No shirts with visible words on the front and you must follow the regular dress code. Senior males: solid color long-sleeved shirt and tie are required; solid color jacket is optional. Senior females: solid color or small print long-sleeved shirt is required. No sweatshirts, no stripes, no large prints please. All regular dress code policies apply as well. Need an extra order form for School Picture Day? You can pick one up at the Main Office. Don't forget -- School Picture Day is August 21.
  • Auditions for our Fall Musical, "Guys and Dolls" will be Monday, August 27 and Tuesday, August 28, from 3:15-5:45. More info and sign-ups will be posted outside the drama room. There will be a Vocal and Dance workshop Monday, Aug 20 and Tuesday, Aug 21 from 3:15-5:30.
  • If you are currently an athletic manager or filmer for any of our high school athletic teams, or if you think you MIGHT be interested in being a manager or a filmer for our teams, then please strongly consider joining the Athletic Managers Club. The callout meeting will be held in Coach Mucho's room (F108) next Wednesday during SMART. If you have any questions, please see either Coach Mucho, Coach Estridge or Coach Steward.
  • Homecoming is September 21st!!! Homecoming t-shirts can be ordered in the Quaker Corner August 27th - 31st. The cost is $10 and the money raised from t-shirt sales will go to support the childhood cancer research fund at Riley Hospital for Children. Please help us "Tackle Childhood Cancer" and purchase a homecoming t-shirt!
  • The Healthcare Explorers program at Hendricks Regional health is now accepting applicants for high school students who are interested in a career in healthcare. Students learn about different professions within the hospital ranging from accountants, administrators, and marketing agents, to doctors, nurses, and dietitians. Explorer meetings will occur at Hendricks Regional Health in Danville monthly. Apply online at https://www.hendricks.org/explorers before August 31st.
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!

Student Announcements: 

August 14, 2018

  • Seniors: Senior College Planning Night is TONIGHT, August 14th at 6 p.m. in the PHS auditorium! Join us for the opportunity to learn more about the college application process, important dates and deadlines, and financial aid. Also, multiple colleges will be in attendance to meet with students and parents. Some schools include: Purdue, IU, Butler, Ball State, Franklin College, University of Indianapolis, and several more. This will be a great opportunity to personally meet with your admission counselor and get your specific questions answered. Bring your parents with you!
  • Tomorrow is the LAST day to turn in your EARLY YEARBOOK ORDER form for the LOWEST price all year! Don't forget to stop by the Treasurer with your envelope!
  • Don’t forget to stop by the Quaker Corner and get your $10 t-shirt for the big football game against Avon this Friday night. They are going fast!
  • Students: Cash is no longer accepted in the cafeteria. All lunch money deposits need to be turned in to the lockboxes! Please deposit your money by 10:15 each day.
  • The JV boys soccer team had a great, 1-0 win last night over Brownsburg! Varsity had a tough loss, but will look to bounce back Thursday at home for their conference opener vs. Whiteland.
  • The boys tennis team got a 5-0 victory last night over Danville! The JV also won! They are on the road Thursday at Mooresville.
  • Don't miss out on any of the exciting issues of the Quaker Shaker this year! Subscriptions are available for $10, which gets you 9 monthly issues plus 2 special issues, one per semester. The first issue will be out in September -- make sure to take your subscription order form to the Treasurer ASAP.
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Please do this ASAP.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! Come try our cheese omelet with toast on Wednesdays! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • If you missed FCA last week, come this week! Know that you are always welcome. FCA is this Thursday morning at 7:21 in room A121. See you at FCA.
  • Are you interested in pursuing community service projects in other countries? Then the Global Outreach (GO!) Club might be for you. We will have our first meeting Thursday, August 16th in Mr. Cavanaugh's room (F203) at 7:30 am.
  • The PHS Interact Club will hold a call-out meeting this Friday at 7:20 in room E101. We are a service organization with a focus on local and international projects. Last year we donated soccer balls and recess equipment to a school in Sierra Leone, raised money for local projects, and volunteered for more than 15 events. We are a busy, fun group and would love to have more helping hands. Join us this Friday in E101 at 7:15.
  • Attention Freshman students: The Freshman Tailgate event sponsored by the PTO is this Friday, August 17th from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the practice football field. Please enter on the visitors’ side of the football stadium. There will be free pizza, one free cup of Frigid Frog, ice cream and chips. Come join the fun and then cheer on your Red Pride Football team!
  • Reminder - those participating in HOSA Club need to turn in receipt of payment and signed contract by Friday to Mrs. Townsend. The next HOSA meeting is Wednesday, August 22 during SMART!
  • Do you like to create, invent, tinker, explore, build and discover using a variety of tools and materials? Then the NEW Makerspaces Club is for you! Did you miss the call-out meeting? No problem! Just stop by and see Mrs. DuBois in the media center or Mrs. Sanford in the E hallway for more information.
  • Do you love to read? Do you enjoy discussing books? Do you watch movies that were created from books? Did you miss the Reading Club call-out meeting? Don't worry! Just stop by the media center and see Mrs. DuBois for more information.
  • School Picture Day is August 21. An email was sent home to parents with an order form, as well as dress code instructions for pictures. Underclassmen: No shirts with visible words on the front and you must follow the regular dress code. Senior males: solid color long-sleeved shirt and tie are required; solid color jacket is optional. Senior females: solid color or small print long-sleeved shirt is required. No sweatshirts, no stripes, no large prints please. All regular dress code policies apply as well.
  • Reminder - those participating in HOSA Club need to turn in receipt of payment and signed contract by Friday to Mrs. Townsend. Next HOSA meeting is Wednesday, August 22 during SMART
  • Auditions for our Fall Musical, "Guys and Dolls" will be Monday, August 27 and Tuesday, August 28, from 3:15-5:45. More info and sign-ups will be posted outside the drama room. There will be a Vocal and Dance workshop Monday, Aug 20 and Tuesday, Aug 21 from 3:15-5:30.
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!

Student Announcements: 

August 10, 2018

  • Students: Travel to Brownsburg TONIGHT and support your Red Pride football team as they scrimmage the Bulldogs at 6:00.
  • Students: TODAY is the LAST day that cash will be accepted in the cafeteria. All lunch deposits need to be turned in to the lockboxes! Please deposit your money by 10:15 each day.
  • Did you know that there is a PHS student who plays 8 instruments? Or that there is a student who participates in Spartan races? Or that we have a volunteer firefighter in our student body? These are just a few of the interesting students who will be featured in issues of the Quaker Shaker throughout the year. Thanks to all underclassmen who took the time to fill out the blue student information sheet. Seniors: your information sheets are coming soon!
  • Parents: If you need to pay a lunch account online, or need assistance paying for lunches, find all of this information under the parents tab on the PHS page. Select ‘food service”.
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Pick up a form in the main office, get your parent’s signature and then see the treasurer with your form, money and driver’s license. Please do this ASAP.
  • Seniors: If you or a parent pre-ordered a senior t-shirt, please pick it up immediately. T-shirts can be picked up during lunch or see Mr. Reber in Guidance.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! Come try our cheese omelet with toast on Wednesdays! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • If any student is interested in starting a ‘Pokemon Go’ Club here at PHS, please contact or see Mr. Newbold in guidance!
  • The 2018-19 yearbook will be on sale for the LOWEST price of the year from August 8-15. Be sure to order by August 15 for the best price! Order online or turn your forms in to the Treasurer. 
  • The Annual Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield Scholarship program is this Saturday, August 11th at 6 p.m. at Plainfield High School in the auditorium. Come support 7 of our PHS Senior girls! Tickets are $8 for Adults, $5 for students and can be purchased at the door. Doors open at 5:30 pm.
  • Seniors: Senior College Planning Night is next Tuesday, August 14th at 6 p.m. in the PHS auditorium! Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn more about the college application process, important dates and deadlines, and financial aid. Also, multiple colleges will be in attendance to meet with students and parents. Some schools include: Purdue, IU, Butler, Ball State, Franklin College, University of Indianapolis, and several more. This will be a great opportunity to personally meet with your admission counselor and get your specific questions answered.
  • Students: Mark your calendars…School Picture Day is August 21!
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!

Student Announcements: 

August 9, 2018

  • Students: Please use the envelopes provided for your lunch money. Be sure to include your student ID number and fill out the envelope completely and legibly.
  • 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.
  • Did you know that there is a PHS student who plays 8 instruments? Or that there is a student who participates in Spartan races? Or that we have a volunteer firefighter in our student body? These are just a few of the interesting students who will be featured in issues of the Quaker Shaker throughout the year. Thanks to all underclassmen who took the time to fill out the blue student information sheet. Seniors: your information sheets are coming soon!
  • Come out tonight and support our boys’ tennis team at 5:00 as they scrimmage Center Grove and then head over to the soccer fields at 6:00 when our girls’ team scrimmages against Lawrence Central!
  • Students: Travel to Brownsburg tomorrow night and support your Red Pride football team as they scrimmage the Bulldogs at 6:00.
  • Parents: If you need to pay a lunch account online, or need assistance paying for lunches, find all of this information under the parents tab on the PHS page. Select ‘food service”.
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Pick up a form in the main office, get your parent’s signature and then see the treasurer with your form, money and driver’s license. Please do this ASAP.
  • Seniors: If you or a parent pre-ordered a senior t-shirt, please pick it up immediately. T-shirts can be picked up during lunch or see Mr. Reber in Guidance.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! Come try our cheese omelet with toast on Wednesdays! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • If any student is interested in starting a ‘Pokemon Go’ Club here at PHS, please contact or see Mr. Newbold in guidance!
  • The 2018-19 yearbook will be on sale for the LOWEST price of the year from August 8-15. Be sure to order by August 15 for the best price!
  • Calling all Doctor Who fans - Doctor Who Club will have its first meeting of the year TODAY after school in E106 at 3:10 until 4:15. If you are a fan of the Doctor, or just want to watch some episodes and check it out, anyone is welcome to come anytime for snacks, friends, fun, and an episode of Doctor Who. If you have questions, see Mr. Newbold in guidance!
  • Are you interested in joining an Esports team? If so, come to a call-out meeting TODAY after school at 3:10 in room E206.
  • There will be a DECA callout meeting before school TOMORROW, August 10th, at 7:40 am in room G103. Any student interested in joining DECA should attend.
  • Do you love to read? Do you enjoy discussing books? Do you watch movies that were created from books? The Reading Club call-out meeting is TOMORROW morning at 7:45 in the media center. If you are unable to make the meeting, please see Mrs. DuBois for more information.
  • Do you like to create, invent, tinker, explore, build and discover using a variety of tools and materials? Then the NEW Makerspaces Club is for you! The first call-out meeting is TOMORROW morning at 7:45 a.m.in the media center. If you are unable to make the meeting, please see Mrs. DuBois or Mrs. Sanford for more information.
  • The Annual Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield Scholarship program is this Saturday, August 11th at 6 p.m. at Plainfield High School in the auditorium. Come support 7 of our PHS Senior girls! Tickets are $8 for Adults, $5 for students and can be purchased at the door. Doors open at 5:30 pm.
  • Seniors: Senior College Planning Night is next Tuesday, August 14th at 6 p.m. in the PHS auditorium! Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn more about the college application process, important dates and deadlines, and financial aid. Also, multiple colleges will be in attendance to meet with students and parents. Some schools include: Purdue, IU, Butler, Ball State, Franklin College, University of Indianapolis, and several more. This will be a great opportunity to personally meet with your admission counselor and get your specific questions answered.
  • Students: Mark your calendars…School Picture Day is August 21!
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!

Student Announcements:

August 7, 2018

  • Seniors: If you or a parent pre-ordered a senior t-shirt, please pick it up immediately. T-shirts can be picked up during lunch or see Mr. Reber in Guidance.
  • The Plainfield Girls Golf team won the Hendricks County Championship yesterday! Reece Leverenz was the individual County Champion with a 79! Allie Good and Sierra Benge also made the All-County team. Congrats!
  • Students: Please use the envelopes provided for your lunch money. Be sure to include your student ID number and fill out the envelope completely and legibly.
  • Students: Please tell your parents about the PHS Open House this Wednesday, August 8 at 6:00 p.m. and a school safety meeting at 7:30.
  • Parents: If you need to pay a lunch account online, or need assistance paying for lunches find all of this information under the parents tab on the PHS page. Select ‘food service”.
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Pick up a form in the main office, get your parent’s signature and then see the treasurer with your form, money and driver’s license. Please do this ASAP.
  • Students: Come start your day with a delicious breakfast! Come try our cheese omelet with toast on Wednesdays! We also offer fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, a hot entree and so much more! Come check it out!
  • If any student is interested in starting a ‘Pokemon Go’ Club here at PHS, please contact or see Mr. Newbold in guidance!
  • Do you enjoy board games, card games, table-top games, video games, or puzzles? Then the Game Club is the place for you! Come to a call-out meeting TODAY after school at 3:10 in room E206. Let’s play!
  • There will be a callout meeting TOMORROW at 7:40 a.m. in room H205 for HOSA club. HOSA is a health care professionals club open to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. See Mrs. Townsend or Mr. McAdams for more information.
  • The 2018-19 yearbook will be on sale for the LOWEST price of the year from August 8-15. In your August 8 SMART period, you will be receiving yearbook ordering information. Be sure to order by August 15 for the best price!
  • Are you interested in community service, raising money for children, friendship, and leadership opportunities? Then, Key Club is the group for you to join! Key Club is the high school group of the Kiwanis Club. We love to serve our community and have fun doing it! Please join us at the Key Club call-out meeting this Wednesday, August 8th in Mrs. Rowland's class E107. There will be a short meeting at 7:45am and at 3:10pm for all students interested.
  • The PHS baseball team will have a call out meeting this Wednesday, August 8th at 7:30 a.m. in room G105. All who plan to tryout for baseball in the spring should attend.
  • The Dungeons and Dragons Club will have their first meeting this Wednesday after school in room G205 until 4:30. Everyone is welcome from first time players to experienced adventurers. Bring your dice if you have them.
  • This Thursday morning, August 9, FCA begins. FCA stands for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and everyone, and we mean everyone, is welcome to come. We meet in room A121 at 7:21 a.m. We sure hope to see you at FCA on Thursday morning at 7:21 in room A121.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches this Thursday, August 9. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Calling all Doctor Who fans - Doctor Who Club will have its first meeting of the year this Thursday, August 9th in E106 at 3:10 until 4:15. If you are a fan of the Doctor, or just want to watch some episodes and check it out, anyone is welcome to come anytime for snacks, friends, fun, and an episode of Doctor Who. If you have questions, see Mr. Newbold in guidance!
  • Are you interested in joining an Esports team? If so, come to a call-out meeting this Thursday, August 9th after school at 3:10 in room E206.
  • There will be a DECA callout meeting before school this Friday August 10th, at 7:40 am in room G103. Any student interested in joining DECA should attend.
  • Do you love to read? Do you enjoy discussing books? Do you watch movies that were created from books? The Reading Club call-out meeting is this Friday morning at 7:45 in the media center. If you are unable to make the meeting, please see Mrs. DuBois for more information.
  • Do you like to create, invent, tinker, explore, build and discover using a variety of tools and materials? Then the NEW Makerspaces Club is for you! The first call-out meeting is this Friday morning at 7:45 a.m.in the media center. If you are unable to make the meeting, please see Mrs. DuBois or Mrs. Sanford for more information.
  • Nine Senior Girls will be participating in the Annual Distinguished Young Woman of Plainfield Scholarship program this Saturday, August 11th at 6 pm at Plainfield High School in the auditorium. They will be awarded over $5000 in cash and scholarships in categories of Scholastics, Talent, Fitness, Self-Expression, and Interview. Tickets are $8 for Adults, $5 for students and can be purchased at the door. Doors open at 5:30 pm.
  • Seniors: Senior College Planning Night is next Tuesday, August 14th at 6 p.m. in the PHS auditorium! Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn more about the college application process, important dates and deadlines, and financial aid. Also, multiple colleges will be in attendance to meet with students and parents. Some schools include: Purdue, IU, Butler, Ball State, Franklin College, University of Indianapolis, and several more. This will be a great opportunity to personally meet with your admission counselor and get your specific questions answered.
  • Students: Mark your calendars…School Picture Day is August 21!
  • Seniors: The Hendricks County Community Foundation Scholarship application is OPEN! Deadline is September 12, see Mr. Reber in Guidance if you have questions!

Student Announcements: 

August 3, 2018

  • WELCOME BACK PHS! Hope you had a great week! Let’s make it a GREAT YEAR!
  • The Plainfield Girls Golf team won the Hendricks County Championship yesterday! Reece Leverenz was the individual County Champion with a 79! Allie Good and Sierra Benge also made the All-County team. Congrats!
  • If you are looking for a good way to spend some money tomorrow morning, the PHS Cross Country teams will be washing cars for donations on the east drive of PCMS from 9:30-11:30.
  • Introducing CASH FREE CAFETERIA! Drop lunch money off at the locked boxes outside the auditorium and the cafeteria. Deposit all money by 10:15 a.m. and money will be in your lunch account!
  • Students: Please tell your parents about the PHS Open House on Wednesday, August 8 at 6:00 p.m. and a school safety meeting at 7:30.
  • Parents: If you need to pay a lunch account online, or need assistance paying for lunches find all of this information under the parents tab on the PHS page. Select ‘food service”.
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Pick up a form in the main office, get your parent’s signature and then see the treasurer with your form, money and driver’s license. Do this by Tuesday, August 7.
  • If any student is interested in starting a ‘Pokemon Go’ Club here at PHS, please contact or see Mr. Newbold in guidance!
  • Do you enjoy board games, card games, table-top games, video games, or puzzles? Then the Game Club is the place for you! Come to a call-out meeting Tuesday, August 7th after school at 3:10 in room E206. Let’s play!
  • Wednesday, August 8 at 7:40 a.m. in room H205 (Townsend), there will be a callout meeting for HOSA Club. Any sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors interested in health occupations are welcome to join this club sponsored by Mrs. Townsend and Mr. McAdams.
  • The 2018-19 yearbook will be on sale for the LOWEST price of the year from August 8-15. In your August 8 SMART period, you will be receiving yearbook ordering information. Be sure to order by August 15 for the best price!
  • Are you interested in community service, raising money for children, friendship, and leadership opportunities? Then, Key Club is the group for you to join! Key Club is the high school group of the Kiwanis Club. We love to serve our community and have fun doing it! Please join us at the Key Club call-out meeting on Wednesday, August 8th in Mrs. Rowland's class E107. There will be a short meeting at 7:45am and at 3:10pm for all students interested.
  • PHS baseball will have a call out meeting on Wednesday, August 8th at 7:30 a.m. in room G105. All who plan to tryout for baseball in the spring should attend.
  • On Thursday morning, August 9, FCA begins. FCA stands for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and everyone, and we mean everyone, is welcome to come. We meet in room A121 at 7:21 a.m. We sure hope to see you at FCA on Thursday morning at 7:21 in room A121.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, August 9. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Calling all Doctor Who fans - Doctor Who Club will have its first meeting of the year on Thursday, August 9th in E106 at 3:10 until 4:15. If you are a fan of the Doctor, or just want to watch some episodes and check it out, anyone is welcome to come anytime for snacks, friends, fun, and an episode of Doctor Who. If you have questions, see Mr. Newbold in guidance!
  • Are you interested in joining an Esports team? If so, come to a call-out meeting Thursday, August 9th after school at 3:10 in room E206.
  • There will be a DECA callout meeting before school, Friday August 10th, at 7:40 am in room G103. Any student interested in joining DECA should attend.
  • Students: School Picture Day is August 21. Mark your calendar!

Student Announcements: 

August 1, 2018

  • WELCOME BACK PHS! Hope you are off to a great start! Let’s make it a GREAT YEAR!
  • Tired of waiting in line while you could be eating your food? Introducing CASH FREE CAFETERIA! Drop lunch money off at the locked boxes outside the auditorium and the cafeteria. Deposit all money by 10:15 a.m. and money will be in your lunch account!
  • Parents: Mark your calendar for Wednesday, August 8 at 6:00 p.m. and join us for the PHS Open House night. You will have the opportunity to meet your student’s teachers.
  • Parents: If you need to pay a lunch account online, or need assistance paying for lunches find all of this information under the parents tab on the PHS page. Select ‘food service”.
  • Students: Don’t forget to purchase your parking pass if you plan to drive to school! They are only $10. Pick up a form in the main office, get your parent’s signature and then see the treasurer with your form, money and driver’s license. Do this by Tuesday, August 7.
  • Do you enjoy board games, card games, table-top games, video games, or puzzles? Then the Game Club is the place for you! Come to a call-out meeting Tuesday, August 7th after school at 3:10 in room E206. Let’s play!
  • Wednesday, August 8 at 7:40 a.m. in room H205 (Townsend), there will be a callout meeting for HOSA Club. Any sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors interested in health occupations are welcome to join this club sponsored by Mrs. Townsend and Mr. McAdams.
  • Are you interested in community service, raising money for children, friendship, and leadership opportunities? Then, Key Club is the group for you to join! Key Club is the high school group of the adult club, Kiwanis. We love to serve our community and have fun doing it! Please join us at the Key Club call-out meeting on Wednesday, August 8th in Mrs. Rowland's class E107. There will be a short meeting at 7:45am and at 3:10pm for all students interested.
  • On Thursday morning, August 9, FCA begins. FCA stands for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and everyone, and we mean everyone, is welcome to come. We meet in room A121 at 7:21 a.m. We sure hope to see you at FCA on Thursday morning at 7:21 in room A121.
  • Ella's Frozen Yogurt will be here during all lunches on Thursday, August 9. Cash and Card are accepted. Enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt and help support the kids at Riley Children's Hospital.
  • Students: School Picture Day is August 21. Mark your calendar!