Open to Perry special needs students in grades PreK-12 and their families. Are you a student or parent of a student looking for a fun way to be active with others? Are you looking for a group to join where all are welcome no matter the level of skill, ability, or age? A place where you can meet others and participate in a variety of fun physical activities in a relaxed atmosphere? Well, Perry Active Gym is for you! Click here for the flyer and registration information.
Latest News for Lohr Elementary
It’s that time of year again. After another amazing High School Football Season, we can’t wait to get started this year. Come be a part of the tradition. We at Perry Youth Football (PYF) pride ourselves on a safe place for our kids to learn the game they love and make friends. Playing at the High School Stadium was fantastic! We want our kids to know that Perry High School wants them there enjoying the field and beginning to build their PERRY PRIDE! We look forward to another great season! Click here for information and registration.
Elementary school students at Genoa, Watson, Whipple, Lohr and Knapp Elementary Schools in Perry Local School District will be introduced to the basic skills of golf along with character and health education in their physical education program. It will be taught by physical educators using safe, fun lesson plans provided in The First Tee National School Program curriculum. The health activities were recently added for students to learn about physical, social and emotional wellness. The First Tee of Canton received grant support from the Gessner Family Foundation to support programming initiatives in Western Stark County. Funds from the grant were used to implement the National School Program in the Perry Local School District. (more…)
Perry Aquatic Club (PAC) is a year round competitive USA Swimming program. PAC offers guided instruction in competitive swimming for ages 5 and up. We offer training groups for swimmers just entering from swim lessons to the most competitive and skilled swimmers. As a member of PAC, athletes will be coached with an emphasis in sportsmanship and teamwork. The PAC program works in conjunction with the Perry High School Varsity Swimming and Diving team and the Perry Learn-to-Swim program as a progressive swimming community. Click here for more information and registration.
Perry High School Physical Day Friday is May 31, 2019 at 1:45pm. Aultman Hospital will be offering Grades K-12 a complete physical that meets the requirements for participating in athletic sports and is good for one calendar year. If you plan to participate in a sport next year, we encourage you to take advantage of this offer! Aultman will provide physicians, residents, and nurses who will come to Perry High School on Friday, May 31st, starting at 1:45 PM. The $10.00 fee is not due until Physical Day. Click here for the flyer.
Pfeiffer Intermediate School will be hosting a special Social Media Awareness Night to discuss the pressures of social media. Students feel such a need to be active in the social media world. The need for “likes” online does affect their self-esteem. Social Media has a way about presenting the best or worst in everyone. Click here for all the information.
Our 5th annual hat day for 2019 is coming up Friday March 22nd. For only $1 you can wear your hat all day. This competition is district wide to see which school can raise the most money. The school that raises the most money will be recognized and be able to choose what charity a third of the money will go to. This event is sponsored by PHS Business Professionals of America (BPA) and the Perry Athletic Hall of Fame! Show your support and wear a hat on Friday March 22nd!
Perry Local School District will host a 5K run/walk, called the Speak Life Resiliency Run, on May 4 in commemoration of the students who lost their lives last year. All of the funds raised by the race will be donated to Akron Children’s Hospital and Coleman Professional Services. Click here to register! The 5K was established after many discussions between Perry High School students and Principal Dave Riley. In particular, PHS senior Bryan Winslow, sophomore Peter Smith and freshman Zach Smith have spearheaded the discussions with hopes to preserve the memory of the peers they sadly lost.