Latest News for Perry Local Schools
The State Support Team Region 9 is pleased to present their 8th annual Conference for Families and Educators of Children with Diverse Needs on Saturday, April 16, 2016, at the R.G. Drage Career Technical Center. The conference will focus on building blocks to promote success for children, families and educators. Registration, refreshments, and networking begin at 7:45 AM. Click here for more information and to pre-register for this free event.
The Perry High School wrestling team, under first-year head coach Nate Carr, won the OHSAA Dual Team Tournament regional finals on Wednesday, February 3rd at Perry High School. The Panthers won the regional championship in convincing fashion with a semi-finals win over Austintown-Fitch by a score of 42-15 and followed it up by beating Hudson in the finals 43-24. The victory paves the way for the Panthers to advance to the state finals next Sunday, February 14th, 2016 at St. John Arena on the campus of The Ohio State University. Click here to watch a short video of the wrestling team’s success.
Perry pride will be on full display at the boys basketball game on Tuesday, February 2nd versus Coventry. Dave Riggs, a recent inductee into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, will be recognized between the first and second quarter of the varsity boys basketball game. The 2015 Division II State Runner-up Perry Panthers football team will be recognized at halftime. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 PM in the main gym at Perry High School, or approximately one-half hour after the conclusion of the junior-varsity game.
Anyone wearing a Perry Spirit Shirt, as pictured in the flyer, will be admitted free to this special night. Fans who wear their spirit shirt to the girls basketball game on Wednesday, February 10th will also be admitted free. Click here for more information on how to order your Perry Spirit Shirt.
Perry Local Schools’ Board of Education approved the 2016-2017 district calendar. Click here to view or download the calendar.
The Perry baseball staff and players will hold a youth clinic for players, including girls, ages 8 – 14 on Sunday, March 13th at Perry High School. Session 1 will concentrate on offense and run from 9 AM – 11 AM. Session 2 will be held from 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM with lunch provided for campers who sign up for both sessions. The cost to attend one session of your choice is $30 per player with no lunch provided. Two sessions, including lunch, is $50. There is an immediate family member discount. (more…)
Parents/Guardians can access conference links using the table below and off of each building’s website beginning on Sunday, January 24th at 6:00 PM through Wednesday, February 10th at 11:00 PM.
|Perry High School||Edison Middle School||Pfeiffer Intermediate||Genoa Elementary|
|Knapp Elementary||Lohr Elementary||Watson Elementary||Whipple Elementary|
Parent-Teacher conferences will be on Tuesday, February 9th (5p – 8p) and Thursday, February 11th (5p – 8p). Students do not have classes on Monday, February 15th.
The Basketball Booster Club has 40 tickets available for sale to the Cavs versus Phoenix Suns on Wednesday, January 27th at 7:00 PM. Tickets are only $26! If interested, contact Mark Seese as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets will be delivered via email.
Attention families and educators! Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Strategies in Action, gives families, and service providers tools to ensure they are equipped to care adequately for, support educate, employ or work with individuals on the autism spectrum from early childhood to young adulthood. These modules are offered through the Autism Certification Center, which provides professional development hours and certificate(s). Those who work and reside in Ohio receive a free yearly subscription. This project is funded through a joint state agency collaborative.
Perry High School was evacuated today at approximately 12:15 PM due to a bomb threat made by a student. The district evacuated the students as safety forces assessed the credibility of the threat. Once it was determined it was safe to occupy the high school, students were allowed to reenter the building. The student who was responsible for the threat has been taken into custody.