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Parent Workshop on student wellness

Safety is a number one priority for Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation. But safety no longer just refers to students’ physical safety; we also need to make sure students feel emotionally and psychologically safe.


Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation Administration has been working with Ms. Alice Jordan-Miles, Director of the Behavioral Health and Family Studies Institute at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, to identify a suicide prevention and mental wellness program for P-H-M students in grades 7-12.


On Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 7:00 p.m., parents will have the opportunity to learn about the Lifelines Program and the implementation of P-H-M’s new student wellness curriculum. Information about the program and resources for families who may have a vulnerable child in need of help, can also visit the Lifelines section of our website.


The parent workshop will be held in Penn High School’s CPA. Parents can enter through Door C.


This is a parent meeting, so we respectfully ask that parents not bring their students of any age.


*For those adult family members who cannot attend the workshop, it will be streamed live on the PNN website at this link starting at 7:00 p.m. A recording will be available later on the District website at