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PHS Bands Fundraiser at Five Guys – November 18th

fiveguyslogoThe State Superior Perry High School Bands will host a fundraiser at Five Guys Burgers and Fries (map) on Tuesday, November 18th from 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Present the flyer linked below, or mention your support of PHS Bands, and Five Guys Burgers and Fries will donate up to 25% of your purchase to the Perry Band Boosters. Click here to download and print the flyer.

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Lohr Second Graders Learn About Veterans

Classroom shots 034Eager to learn and share, second-graders at Lohr discussed the veterans in their communities and families, including parents.  Students excitedly read, wrote, illustrated, and presented facts about these heroes.

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Pfeiffer Announces October Lunch Bucket Award Winners

20141104_081236Congratulations to the following students for being recognized as the October Lunch Bucket Award winners! These students “Go to Work” each day with great “Attitude and Effort”. Each student was presented with a Certificate, mini “lunch bucket” and had their name read over the P.A. to recognize this achievement.  Great Job!  

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Ohio Means Jobs Career Connections

ohiomeansjobsOhioMeansJobs.com is Ohio’s premier free, virtual employment and career planning center. This online hub serves all Ohioans — and it has a special section just for students in grades K-12. For students, the journey begins by going to OhioMeansJobs.com and clicking on the K-12 icon—the cardinal in a graduation cap. From there, they can register for an OhioMeansJobs K-12 account.

OhioMeansJobs K-12 can help even young students find careers that match their interests. They can learn what it takes to find a job they love, get help with their resumes, learn about internships and part-time jobs if they’re old enough, and plan the kind of life they want to have. Best of all, OhioMeansJobs highlights Ohio’s in-demand careers with a thumbs-up icon. In-demand careers pay well and have a promising future. Click here for more information.

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Veterans Day Remembrance

IMG_6562Across the district, students, teachers and staff took time out to remember our veterans on November, 11, 2014.  At Perry High School, Louie Mattachione shared a reading and images with the school.  At Pfeiffer Intermediate School a video was created from pictures students and teachers submitted of veterans they knew and wanted to thank for their service.  Veterans Day was formerly known as Armistice Day before an act of congress changed the wording to “veterans” in 1954.

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Midnight Madness Set for November 14th

Screen Shot 2014-11-07 at 2.33.59 PMThe First Annual Midnight Madness, is set to kick off the 2014-2015 Basketball Season on Friday, November 14, 2014 in the main gym of PHS.  Doors Open at 7:30 PM.  Canned Food Donations are being accepted for Perry Helping Perry.  Please join us at Perry High School for this community event as Perry’s Varsity Coach, Mark Randulic, unveils his Boys’ Basketball Teams (7th–Varsity).  Youth League Teams will be introduced, games, contests, raffles, trivia, prizes, concessions, and more.  There is a chance to win – Honorary Ball Boy/Girl and Team Captain (Must be present to win all prizes).  Click here to download the flyer.

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Holiday Band Concert Tickets Now On Sale

downloadTickets for the Perry Band Palace Concert are now on sale!  The concert, on November 25th at 7PM, will feature the Perry 7th Grade Band, 8th Grade Band, Concert Band, and Symphonic Winds.  Tickets are $6.00 each and can be purchased through the HS or Edison Band office.  Please purchase your tickets in advance as this concert sells out on an annual basis!

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Inclement Weather Information

InclementWeatherButtonWith the approaching winter weather  season Perry Local Schools recommends that parents/guardians and students familiarize themselves with information related to district closings and delays. http://goo.gl/U7RD0e

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Watson Walks for Autism

newautismmagnetA group of Watson Elementary teachers, staff, district administrators, students, families and friends worked together to raise more than $1,550 for autism research and awareness through the Stark County Walks for Autism event last month.  Much praise goes out to the families who supported the event so graciously. The event, which was held at the Hall of Fame, featured 46 walkers from within our great community who were supported by friends and family who gave financially either through a gift to Autism Speaks or by purchasing one of our t-shirts. The team came in fourth place this year and plans to set even higher expectations for next year’s walk!

 

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Characters in Lohr’s 2nd Grade

Group at Party (1)Dressed as their favorite storybook characters, Mrs. Cobb’s students enjoyed a very festive harvest party.  Thank  you to the many wonderful class mothers who helped with this special event.