The guidance topic for January is Death/Loss for Grades 1 and 3. A parent preview will be offered to any parent that would like to view materials on this topic as well as the topic of Divorce/Changing Families, which is February’s topic for Grades 2 and 4. This meeting will be held at 6:00 PM on Monday, December 16, at Watson School. More information will be sent home at a later date. If school is closed that day due to snow or ice, the preview will be rescheduled at a later date.
Latest News for Knapp Elementary
First Place- Jacob Wendling
Second Place- Tapanga Yarnell
Third Place- Curtis Williams
These are the top sellers for each grade level: Preschool- Tapanga Yarnell, Kindergarten- Jacob Wendling,
First Grade- Braylon Cooley, Second Grade- Curtis Williams, Third Grade- Ethan Miller, Fourth Grade- Toby Dazey
All of the students above attended a limo lunch ride for their efforts. These additional ten students were picked in a lottery to attend the limo ride:
Joslyn Gaut, Morgan Miller, Clayton Felts, Gracie Hall, Rylie Cole, Kaden Sterner, Collin Carter, Ben Walker, Sophie Blakeslee, and Rowan Halter.
The top selling classroom was Mrs. Keller’s kindergarten class. They had a pizza party to celebrate their success. Thanks kindergarten!
Grandparents Day is scheduled for Thursday, December 12th at the times listed below for specific grade levels.
• First and second grades 9:30-10:45
• Third and fourth grades 1:30-2:45
The grandparents and their grandchild will be watching the third and fourth grade Christmas performance “Christmas Around the
World”. The students and staff are looking forward to this special event!
Please don’t forget to RSVP if your child is having a grandparent or someone special visit with them during our Grandparent’s Day celebration
for grades 1-4. Please note the times on the next page in which the grandparents will need to arrive at the school. We need to have 2 separate
times for our celebration because we do not have enough space in the gym to house all of our special guests. We will host the kindergarten Grandparents Day this coming spring.
Kindergarten– MaKenna Knop, Brantley Stangelo, Ava Swartzentruber First Grade– Brianna McNeill,Gerald Warth Second Grade-Victoria Boyer, Mattius Cuellar, Kaley Hupp
Third Grade– Jena Brooks, Kara Hill, Brianna Stolicny, Justin Wymer Fourth Grade– Jonathan Betz, Gabrielle Lucas, Olivia Thomas
Mrs. Boyd’s kindergarten class earned November’s Classroom of the Month and will enjoy games and ice cream in the gym. Keep up the great work!
During the week of December 9 – 13 Knapp Elementary will partner with the Make-A-Wish organization. Make-A-Wish works to grant wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions as a means of enriching the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
Throughout the week students can help by purchasing a Make-A-Wish STAR for $1.00 (to be hung in the school with their name on it) and/or donate a new toy or game for the Make-A-Wish toy closet.
Students are also encouraged to wear specific colors each day to show their support. (See below)
Monday-wear GREEN_____Tuesday-wear YELLOW_____Wednesday-wear RED_____
Thursday- wear ORANGE_____Friday-wear Perry’s BLACK, WHITE, &/or GOLD
Recently the Knapp Title Team held their Fall Family Literacy Night. Stories were read by Knapp Staff and other volunteers and this was a fun night that focused on reading! The evening also included literacy games and activities for grades K-4, prizes, pizza, as well as the Book Fair! Thank you to all of those who attended! It was a fun night had by all! We look forward to seeing all of our Knappsters and their families at the upcoming Spring Family Math Night!
The Perry Local School District would like to thank the Perry Township Voters for their faith in the mission and vision of Perry Local Schools. Tuesday, November 5th, voters turned out to renew the Perry Local Schools levy. Superintendent Marty Bowe says ” We want to assure you that we will continue to be as frugal as possible with your tax dollars, while still providing our Perry kids the first class education they deserve. Your support of our schools is what makes it possible to prepare our next generation for success, and to move the entire Perry community forward. Thank you!”