Friday night found senior Teagen Diallo on the dance floor, sharing his moves with the other students who attended the Winter Homecoming Dance.



March 11 is the start of the holy month of Ramadan, and for the next 29 days, Muslims all over the world will devote their days to their religion, Islam. Ramadan is one of the 12 months in the Islamic calendar, following the cycle of the moon, and it is believed to be the time when the Prophet Muhammad, PBUH,...

DECA State


Throughout Tuesday, March 4, and Wednesday, March 5, the Plainfield High School DECA Chapter competed in the state-wide competition, and several students received awards: Seniors Max Mantooth and Danny Badesha were top ten finalists for Marketing Management; Juniors Vini Westermann Villwock and Zach Marsh were top ten finalists for Hospitality...

Looking for scholarships to help out with college? The PHS Guidance website can help. On the Guidance website, there is a vast list of different scholarships that are available to all students.



This upcoming Wednesday, March 6, the SAT will be administered to all juniors and some senior students who choose to retake the exam, starting directly at 8:05 a.m. For many, this will be a stressful day, given that the SAT could potentially determine the college they could go to in the future. However, it can be a relief to most...

Polar Plunge


Bone-chilling water rushes through the body of everyone jumping into the murky, cold lake. Shaken feet hesitantly slide into the unfathomable depths of the crystalized area, embraced by the sun's warm blanket. Some even questioned why they signed up for this in the first place. Adrenaline fueled them to jump in, but now joy and glee overwhelm them...

To all the literature lovers out there, National Reading Month is coming up this March. For those who already enjoy reading, this could serve as the perfect month to add to their personal number of books read. As for those who don't find any pleasure in reading at the moment, this month could be the time to find a book they do like....

ASL Club


On February 23, a new club came together in celebration of a culture and language often overlooked in the United States: The ASL Club.

After tough competition at Regionals and State, the We The People class is headed to Nationals in Washington D.C. From April 13-15, teams from almost every state will collectively attend and compete against each other.

On February 19, 2024, all students and staff observed a three day weekend due to Presidents Day, a federal holiday first celebrated unofficially in 1879 by then-president Rutherford B. Hayes. Although many view it as another day to get off of work, the day holds much more sentimental and historical significance than many would have thought.