ACT testing scheduled at PHS for Saturday, April 9th has been canceled due to inclement weather and road conditions. Information on a make-up date will be posted as soon as it becomes available. Mrs. Daily’s 9 am AP Psychology test practice has also been canceled.
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Girl Scout Troop 61039 will hold a flag retirement ceremony on Friday, May 6th from 6p – 8p. The ceremony will take place at Eden Church of the Brethren located at 4437 Richville Dr, Canton. Those who wish to attend are welcome to bring lawn chairs to sit around the fire. We have prepared over 300 flags for retirement as our Silver Award. The Silver Award is the highest honor Cadette Girl Scouts can earn.
Perry Service League will be volunteering to help the Friends of Stark Pound have a successful Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, April 16th 8a-10a at Applebee’s on Dressler Road. Proceeds will help the pound to continue to vaccinate homeless dogs in Stark County and to spay or neuter them before they are adopted. Contact Perry Service League’s advisor Christy Miller Christy.Miller@perrylocal.org if you would like to purchase a ticket in advance. Click here for an event flyer. For more information on the Friends of Stark Pound and to view a video visit Friends of the Pound.
On Saturday, March 12, the Perry Choirs traveled to East Muskingum Local Schools to participate in the District Contest. Congratulations to Perry’s Bel Canto Freshmen Girls’ Chorus, Kinsmen, Lyrics, Treblemakers and Symphonic Choir for their Superior ratings and fantastic performances throughout the day!
Congratulations to both the Perry Concert Band and Perry Symphonic Winds for earning Superior ratings on Friday evening at the OMEA District Contest. Both bands traveled to John Glenn High School where they earned perfect scores of straight Superior ratings. This is the sixth consecutive year that the bands have qualified for OMEA State Band Contest.
Pat McRoberts, a Perry Theatre alum and current Broadway performer, extends his best wishes to the Perry Theatre and Spamalot.
Friday, March 18th all of Perry Local Schools will be participating in Perry’s Hat Day for just $1.00. Students and staff can wear a baseball hat, a chef hat, a cowboy hat, or any kind of crazy hat! All the money raised will be split between Perry Athletic Hall of Fame and Perry Helping Perry. The school that raises the most money will get to choose what non-profit organization the money will go to the following year, along with bragging rights!
Congratulations to our Perry artists for winning the Battle of the Brush. High school and middle school teams were given the theme of “I dream my paintings, and then I paint my dreams” and had two hours to create their painting. Congratulations to our winning artists, Rachel Pitman, Paige Hutton, and Allie Cumo.