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Building Hours9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
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While safety of our students has always been a concern, we have worked in cooperation with the Perry Police Department to make some minor changes to our entrance and exit procedures to increase security while still trying to maintain the community/family feel at Lohr. Starting on Monday, March 4th, parents and visitors will not be allowed passed the lobby in the morning. Many of you are aware of this change Continue reading
Perry Local Schools will be celebrating National School Breakfast Week March, 4 – 8 2013. National School Breakfast Week is a weeklong celebration aimed at increasing awareness of the School Breakfast Program among students and parents. To encourage students and increase participation, elementary students who Continue reading
The 2011-2012 School Year Report Cards have been issued by the State of Ohio. You can view Lohr Elementary School’s report card by clicking here. The success of Lohr Elementary is a direct reflection of our staff’s dedication, our student’s hard work and achievement, and the support of our parents and community.
Dates to Document
5th – PTO meeting 6:30
11th —Spirit Shop 11:00-1:00
12th —Parent-Teacher Conferences 5-8 PM
14th —Parent-Teacher Conferences 5-8 PM
15th —Valentine’s Parties 2:40-3:20
18th —President’s Day No School and DARE Skate Party
20th —Spring Pictures
25th-28th—Book Fair Week
26th —Book Fair Family Night (Literacy & Math Activities) 6-8PM
*Please read the attached newsletter for the month of February*
On behalf of the entire Perry Schools’ family, we join the rest of our nation in expressing sadness and shock at the horrific events at Sandy Hook Elementary School last Friday. Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by this heartbreaking tragedy.
In light of this situation, we want to offer you reassurance that Perry Local Schools remains diligent in maintaining the safety of our students and staff. Schools are one of the safest places for children and youth during the school day, and an important place for them to receive support and return to normalcy. Communication and collaboration among schools, parents, and communities is critical to ensure that our students continue to view schools as safe, caring, and supportive environments. Further, how adults react to this tragedy can shape the way children and youth react. Continue reading