Come celebrate the Perry Softball State Championship Win
Tuesday, June 8th, 7:00pm at Perry High School
Perry Girls Softball won tonight and will play for the State championship Saturday at 1:00pm…more details when available.
A “send-off” for the PHS Softball team will take place from the main lobby of the high school at 12:30pm Thursday, June 3rd. GO PERRY!
Perry High School’s Senior Recognition was held Wednesday, May 19th. Recognized were Perry’s top 10 academic students, Mr. and Miss Perryite, Mr. and Miss Citizenship and scholarship recipients. This year’s graduating seniors have the potential of being awarded $2,067,836 in scholarships and grants over the next four years toward their education. (more…)
This past April, the Pfeiffer Middle School 7th grade band was invited to The University of Akron to participate in a performance clinic. The faculty at The University of Akron worked with students in both large and small group settings. The students learned new techniques for both individual practice and large group performance. (more…)
Perry High School is excited to announce that Ryan Smith will be approved by our B.O.E. as the new Instrumental Director. Ryan brings head instrumental credentials from Huron High School and most recently as a partner director of West Lakota High School bands. Mr. Smith will meet and greet with all band parents and students this Saturday in the Mattachione Theater beginning at 3:00 p.m.
The Boys and Girls Track Teams made a superior showing at Hoover last night at the District Championship preliminaries. The boys are leading the meet going into the finals on Friday. Qualifying to the Regional Championship are, Charlie Steiner – 1st in Pole Vault, Doug Mayes – 3rd in discus, Angelo Capuano – 4th in long jump, the boys 4×800 team of Chase Daniels, Drew Tormasi, Justin Eddy, and Aaron white – 3rd, and the girls 4×800 team of Hailey Floom, Stacy Cameron, Mikayla Dearing, and Jackie Genetin – 4th. Both teams have many runners who have qualified to Friday’s meet finals.