The Board of School Trustees and the Penn-Harris-Madison administration take bullying seriously.
The school district has put in place the tools, training and guidelines to help staff recognize and respond to bullying when it occurs. Staff members are required to report all instances of suspected bullying. We also engage our students in the discussion. We want them to fully understand why bullying is a problem—and that we expect them to be part of the solution. Well-informed parents can also be part of the solution. The resources below will help.
Dr. Jerry Thacker, Superintendent of Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation, recently learned that the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents (IAPSS) named him the IAPSS 2017 Outstanding Educator.
The public announcement of Dr. Thacker’s...
With the release of the 2016-17 Accountability Grades, Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation is proud to have nine schools received A's:
Bittersweet Elementary School
Elm Road Elementary School
Horizon Elementary School
Meadow’s Edge Elementary School...
Each month, we highlight students who have exemplified certain character Lifelines.
For the month of September, the lifeline was Empathy. Empathy is defined as the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
These students were...