A screening for preschool children ages 3-5 who have suspected delays is scheduled for Wednesday, January 8th at T. C. Knapp Elementary. If you have concerns that your preschool child may demonstrate significant delays in the areas of speech/language development, motor development, cognitive development, and/or social emotional/behavioral development, please contact Ashley Reinhart, by Monday, January 6th at 330-915-5307 to schedule a screening appointment. For more information on identifying and serving preschoolers with special needs, please visit www.perrylocal.org/preschool.
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Interested in enrolling your child as a typical peer? Spots are still available for the 2013-2014 school year. Children must have turned 3 years old before August 1, 2013. Children must demonstrate age-appropriate speech/language skills, play skills, social skills, and behavior to be considered for enrollment. All typical peers must be reliably toilet-trained. If your child meets these criteria and you are interested in scheduling a screening appointment, please contact Tammy Cardinal at 330-478-6187. For more information about the preschool program, please visit www.perrylocal.org/preschool.
Genoa’s parent support group (P.A.G.E.) is sponsoring a pancake breakfast with Santa Clause on Saturday, December 14th from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm in Genoa’s cafeteria. Tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for children and include pancakes, sausage, and a drink. Each adult pre-sale ticket includes one free child’s ticket. Tickets are on sale in the school office. For more information contact P.A.G.E. at 330-4182675 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each person donating a non-perishable food item to Perry Helping Perry will receive a ticket to be entered into a drawing for a chance to win one of three gift cards. A bake sale and a gift basket raffle be included in the festivities.
Santa will be on hand for pictures and to hear special Christmas wishes.
Calories in drinks are not hidden (they’re listed right on the Nutrition Facts label) but many people don’t realize just how many calories beverages can contribute to their daily intake.
The Rethink Your Drink information board, created by physical education teacher Ben Shenk, shows students and staff at Genoa Elementary School the amount of added sugar that is found in many of the drinks they may choose in a day. These beverages are full of empty calories and are linked to weight gain, poor diets, poor health, and tooth decay in children.
Mr. Shenk is hoping the information shown on the information board will help to steer students and staff to make healthy drink choices by choosing water and other healthy drinks instead of sugar sweetened drinks that are full of empty calories.