Just add color has been rescheduled for March 24th! Please contact Miss Fenton if you were previously scheduled and need to confirm or adjust times.
5th grader Eleni Anousis, suggested that students and staff should wear blue to show support for police, especially our local department. On Friday Nov 11, the Pleasant Hill Panthers turned blue to show our support. Each class took …
As part of a week full of activities to raise awareness about the devastation that can be caused by drugs, students wore red for a schoolwide picture on Thursday. Red Ribbon Week was established in 1980 by the National Family Partnership to support families and communities in nurturing the full potential of healthy, drug free youth. See more photos of the students on the district’s Flickr page, by clicking on the headline.
Join us for our 3rd Annual Panther Family Jam on November 4th! Its our Star Spangled Family Jam! There will be food, games, dancing, raffles and of course time to be a Star Spangled Panther!
Recently, 4th graders joined with Kindergarten to buddy read and practice their snap/sight words. Both grades enjoyed this activity and look forward to doing it again!
Pleasant Hill Panthers are kicking off a great year with smiles!
If you have summer food, health or clothing needs, Des Moines Public Schools and Polk County have resources for you. From immunizations to free meals, clothing to utility payments, you’ll find a list of places where help can be found. For a list of DMPS no-cost summer meal locations and times, and to learn more about other available resources, click on the headline.
Four 4th grade students were award the Presidential Volunteer Award for their volunteer service to the school. These students were awarded a medal, certificate and letter from President Obama.
May 7th was the Panther Dash! This annual event supports our PTO, and a large goal this year was to expand the playground! Thank you to everyone who made this event possible! Our new addition is under construction!
Larry, the Arizona Gold Tarantula, visited the 2nd Grade classes along with some of his many-legged buggies this month courtesy of the Iowa State Insect Zoo.