Perry Local Schools is offering a second session of summer math camp for current Perry 4th grade students June 23rd through July 3rd. The Spark Camp will give students entering 5th grade at Pfeiffer enriching lessons taught by a fifth grade math teacher. Lessons will spark growth and longevity in their math skills over the summer. These lessons cover the high-frequency standards they will learn in fifth grade at Pfeiffer. Create a successful and fun start to your student’s fifth grade year!
The camp will be held at Pfeiffer Intermediate School from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM June 23rd – July 3rd Monday through Thursday. Camp will not be in session on Friday, June 27th. Additional camp dates may be added in July depending on the number of registered students. Click here for a Spark Camp registration form (2nd session) and more information. Contact Kelsey Carlile (Kelsey.Carlile@perrylocal.org) with questions regarding the Spark Camp.
Get helpful suggestions about preschool and literacy for your child at Stark County District Library Perry Sippo Branch on Thursday, May 15, from 6 – 7:30 pm. Join local principals, kindergarten teachers, and preschool teachers for this informative program. Click here to begin online registration, or call 330.477.8482.
Bring your kids and neighbors to Safety Day at Edison Middle School, Saturday May 3rd from 9 AM – 12 PM. Interact with the Perry Police, Perry Fire Department, the Sheriff’s office, YMCA, Stark Parks, climb in the Akron Care Bear Helicopter and much more! There will be face-painting, popcorn and activities for the kids. This event is totally FREE!
Students entering grades 2-8 have the opportunity to attend the Perry Junior Tennis Camp this summer. Click here for more details and registration information.
The Ohio Achievement Assessment is quickly approaching. Our teachers and students are busy learning the necessary skills to be successful on this test. It is very important for students to be able to show all the skills they learned for the year. This assessment is for 3rd and 4th grade students in the areas of Reading and Math. The dates for these assessments (more…)
Madison Hupp (grade 1), Kaley Hupp (grade 2), and Tyler Hupp (grade 4) spent time over spring break donating to a local food drive. While there they happened to meet Senator Scott Oelslager. Senator Oelslager told all three Knapp students, “Make sure you are doing your best in school!”
Madison, Kaley, and Tyler are to be commended on their community service. Thanks for making Perry proud!
Pictured L to R: Madison Hupp, Kaley Hupp, Senator Oelslager, Tyler Hupp
The Perry Township Police Department will be hosting Hidden in Plain Sight on Wednesday, April 16th at 7:00 PM in the Edison Middle School gymnasium. Doors will open at 6:30 PM. Hidden in Plain Sight is a parent/guardian awareness program for adults only presented by the Bath and Copley Police Departments. The program is designed to give parents/guardians information indicative to dangerous and risky behaviors. The program features an interactive exhibit designed to resemble a teenager’s bedroom. Other topics include substance abuse, violence, juvenile crime, eating disorders, technology, risky games/challenges, and much more. For more information please contact Officer Bill Watson (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 330-478-5121 or 330-478-6167 ext 3150. Click here to view a program flyer.
Principal Self has been encouraging Knapp students to use their manners since the beginning of the school year. She reminds them during morning announcements each day and the staff reinforces the manners in the classrooms and throughout the school. Staff members who notice students displaying good manners reward them with a “manners ticket”. Tickets are placed in the “manners box” where names are drawn each nine weeks for a manners party!