The Perry High School Marching Band wrapped up their competition season with a third state qualifying Superior rating, and the highest score of the year, taking 2nd place in AA, and 2nd place overall out of 18 bands. In addition, they scored the highest music score in PHSMB history. This marks the 7th consecutive Superior rating for the Marching Panthers.
Perry’s academic challenge team recently completed filming for the popular game show, Academic Challenge, which airs on WEWS NewsChannel5 on Saturday evenings. The Perry team did an awesome job and […]
Construction Technologies teacher, Mr. Dave Jones, is having his students build not one, but two fully functioning houses in the construction technologies workshop. These houses give the students hands-on experience […]
Watson Elementary raised $5,007.10, the largest participating school donation, for the kids at Akron Children’s Hospital during the 98.1 WKDD “Have a Heart, Do Your Part” Radiothon. 100% of the […]
The sixth-grade boys played for the Perry Youth Basketball (PYB) championship over the February 7th weekend at the high school. Team 19 won the championship game on the varsity court […]
Congratulations to the following Edison Middle School 7th and 8th grade band members for being selected to perform in The Ohio State Honor Band Festival to be held on Saturday, […]
Congratulations to Edison art students who had work recently judged to be winners in the 2015 Scholastic Art Awards. Receiving Honorable Mention Awards are Nathan Hall with two, Kayla Burlingame, […]
Every year, the Perry High School Teacher Academy students donate to a cause that is important to them. The FEA organization encourages students to engage in philanthropic activities. This year, they selected to support Mrs. Sharon Budd and her family. Stephanie Denham, a Tastefully Simple consultant, has offered to donate 20% of sales and Tastefully Simple products to Sharon and her family. The sale starts today and ends on October 23rd, 2014. Please consider purchasing products online by clicking here.
On behalf of Perry Forensic Boosters, our PHS Speech and Debate Tournament will be held on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at Perry Local Schools. This fundraiser assists with expenses related to judging, transportation, meals, banquet, scholarships and items related to the District, State and National Tournaments. Please note the success of this program, as the PHS Speech and Debate Team is ranked 56th in the nation out of 7,789 member schools of the National Speech and Debate Association, has won 4 State Tournaments and has prepared numerous State and National Qualifiers for the last 20+ consecutive years.
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The Perry Elementary Wrestling Clinic for beginning wrestlers in grades 1-6 will be held November 3rd – 6th, 2014. Registration and weigh-ins will take place on Saturday, October 25th, 2014 in the Perry High School wrestling room from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Late registration will be held on Monday, November 3rd, 2014 before the first clinical practice.
A registration fee of $20.00 will be required for all participants. This fee will cover all awards, cost of the elementary tournament to be held at the conclusion of the clinic, and a Perry Wrestling t-shirt. Instructors include the Perry wrestling staff and the nationally ranked wrestling team. Click here for the registration form.
Mrs. Cobb’s second grade students enjoy a variety of learning experiences. Lately, these have included writing about school heroes and developing the skill of drawing models to subtract correctly. Many of Mrs. Cobb’s students like to read to a friend, including Fluffy, a large stuffed bear.
On Friday October 3rd, 2014 Watson hosted COSI On Wheels. This is the traveling outreach program of COSI Columbus that engages students with a dynamic opening assembly and fun hands-on science activities. Content within the programs is aligned with the Ohio Academic Content Standards and the National Science Education Standards. Click here for more information about Cosi on Wheels.
It was a beautiful fall day to be outside and enjoy the weather. And that’s just what the students of Whipple Elementary did. Thursday, October 2nd the students of Whipple Elementary became warriors. Physical Education teacher Marla Thomas created a walk-a-thon based off the popular warrior dashes people attend around the country. Thomas created a course around the Whipple playground and ball fields that included fun stations of exercise. Each grade had an half hour time slot to run the course. The elements of the course included a rope challenge, sit-ups, push-ups, lumpy log roll, jump rope and more.