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eLearning is an alternative to classroom instruction. With eLearning, students access their schoolwork online and complete the lessons outside the classroom. 


The Indiana Department of Education has approved eLearning as a way to make up missed instruction on days when schools must close due to snow or other weather conditions.




Penn-Harris-Madison utilizes the School Messenger® alert notification service to distribute emergency messages, such as school closings, delays and student attendance (for unexcused absences).


Parent Workshop Video

Alice Jordan-Miles, Director of the Behavioral Health and Family Studies Institute at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, led a Parent Workshop on teen suicide prevention on September 7, 2016. In the workshop, Ms. Miles discussed the Lifelines curriculum. The Lifelines Program is a 20-year evidence-based curriculum designed to assist school districts with the preparation  steps and implementation of a student wellness initiative.