Latest News for Perry Local Schools

Breakfast/Lunch Prices for 2019-2020

Perry Local Food Service announces lunch/breakfast prices for the 2019-2020 School Year:
Elementary and Pfeiffer Intermediate School – $2.35
Edison Middle and Perry High School – $2.60
Breakfast for all schools – $1.3
Milk – $.50
Adult Lunch – $3.50

Your children may qualify for free or reduced price meals.  Reduced price is $.30 for breakfast and $.40 for lunch.   If you feel your child may qualify for free or reduced meals, you may complete an application on-line at https://perry.payschools.com or contact your local school for an application packet. Perry Cafeterias continue to serve hot nutritious lunches every day that consists of meat/meat alternative, whole grains, vegetables, fruit and milk.   Each school also offers breakfast before start of the school day that includes whole grain, fruit and milk.   Fresh fruit and vegetables are offered daily and this year we are proud to say that we will be featuring local farm-fresh fruit & vegetables through the Farm-to-School program.  Also as part of the Farm-to-School Program, the monthly menu will highlight a specific fruit or vegetable as the “Harvest of the Month”.  This institution is an equal opportunity provider

Address Information Update

If you have moved over the summer or are in the process of moving, please be aware that your address information must be changed through the registration office as well.  FinalForms does not integrate with our student database.  Please contact Lori Campsey in the registration office at 330-915-5300 as you will need to provide proof of residency.

Transportation Update

ic-ce-school-bus.2e623714e7acde794a2ba70250752cfeTransportation post cards will be mailed out next week and you should be receiving them approximately the end of next week. Parents, remember for afternoon drop off, students must go to same location 5 days a week.

Perry Paw Prints

Screen Shot 2019-07-23 at 1.23.26 PMShow your Perry Pride with a Paw Print.  Support the Perry Cheerleaders!  Click here for more information.

FINALFORMS Required for 2019-2020 School Year

download-2ALL FORMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED BY AUGUST 20, 2019

New Parent Accounts for the 2019-2020 School Year:
What is FinalForms: FinalForms is an online forms and data management service that replaces paper forms. FinalForms allows you to electronically complete and sign back-to-school and athletic participation forms for your student. The most exciting news is that FinalForms saves your data from season-to-season and year-to-year, meaning that you will never need to enter the same information twice! FinalForms also pre-populates information wherever possible, for each of your students, saving you time. You may review your data at any time during the school year to verify it is current. You will only be required to sign your forms once per year and after any update.
First Step: You will receive a FinalForms email during the week of July 15th. Once the email is received, click “confirm your account” in the email text and follow the instructions. Please review the guidance provided for parent registration and registering a student by clicking the following link: Parent Registration Information

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PHS Speak Life Resiliency Run Team Earns Regional Youth in Philanthropy Award

61734966_10161854995175361_8514392405095481344_nPerry High School’s (PHS) Speak Life Resiliency Run Team will be presented with the Youth in Philanthropy Award, sponsored by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, at a luncheon on Nov. 1, 2019. Bryan Winslow, Leah Moore, Peter Smith, Alyssa McGraw, Emma George, a group of Perry High School students, and Principal Dave Riley planned the Speak Life Resilience Run to commemorate the Perry School District’s students who died last year and to raise awareness about suicide prevention programs that can support families and students through times of difficulty. The race was held May 4 at Perry High School with all proceeds benefitting Akron Children’s Hospital and Coleman Professional Services. (more…)

PHS Speech & Debate Team Earns Milestone National Distinction

Perry Pride 200Perry High School’s (PHS) Speech and Debate team became the first group in school history to be recognized as a Speech School of Excellence during the 2019 National Speech and Debate Tournament held in Dallas, Texas from June 16-21. With hundreds of competing schools representing every U.S. state and students from around the world, Perry finished among the nation’s top 20 speech schools. “This was a fitting end to an outstanding year,” said Superintendent Scott Beatty. “Our students and coaching staff have worked tirelessly for this level of success. They are prime examples of what we strive for in the Perry Local School District.” (more…)

Bicycle Registration

Join Perry Police School Resource Officers for a bicycle registration event. This event is for Perry Township residents. Registering your bicycle now, will help you if your bicycle is ever lost or stolen.  Bring your bicycle and join them for snow cones, music and more. This event will take place as follows:

Monday July 1 at Watson Elementary School Playground from 10am-Noon and Perry Park from 1-2:30pm.

Tuesday July 2 at Whipple Heights Elementary School Playground from Noon-2pm. Wednesday July 3 at Knapp Elementary School Playground from Noon-2pm.

One2One Computer Initiative

Perry Pride 200One2One Computer Parent Letter for Summer 2019

The focus of the One2One program in the Perry Local Schools is to provide tools and resources for the 21st century learner.  Excellence in education requires that technology be seamlessly integrated throughout the educational curricula.  Increased access to technology is essential to build upon college and career readiness skills. The individual use of computers in the classroom is a way to create a personalized learning environment that fosters collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking for all learners.

Each student in grades 5-12 will be issued a computer at the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year at no cost to the students/parents, unless parents choose to purchase optional insurance.  (more…)