Please join us for Edison’s 10th Annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, November 23rd from 8:00-10:00am in the Edison cafeteria. This is a free breakfast for all. Donations are welcome and will go to our CARE Team which provides food, clothing, and holiday help for our families. Our staff will be cooking and serving and we hope to see you there!
Latest News for Perry Local Schools
Please join us for a Parent Input Focus Group on the future of Perry Schools facilities this Wednesday at 6:30pm. The community attendance has been fantastic and helpful in giving the Board of Education feedback on moving the District forward. In the event there is a large turnout, this focus group may be relocated to a larger venue.
Perry Local Senior Citizens please join us Monday, November 4th at 11:45am in the Career/Wellness Center. This will be an informational session on future facility plans as well as a time for questions about the future of Perry Local Schools and Our Community. The meeting will be held in the Career and Wellness Center with a light complimentary meal.
Perry Local Schools, lead by PHS Student Council has been taking on an initiative to bring clean water to the Bahamas. The island has seen its water supply depleted by the damage done by Hurricane Dorian. The District is assisting Bahama Native and area Pastor, Cedric Beckles in conjunction with other entities to deliver clean water to the people of the Bahamas. Due to the high demand, a resource we take for granted day to day has come at a premium for the island especially in the immediate area. The District has secured nearly 8,100 gallons of water from Sand Rock and over 400 additional empty containers have been donated. There have been many other donations including the Major Sponsorship of Aqua Ohio. Most of the expense lies in the logistics of getting the water to the island. Please help us Friday Night in supporting this wonderful cause and bringing hope to the Bahama Islands.
The Perry Local School District has been presented with an opportunity to address its aging school buildings. The district is seeking the community’s input to determine how to move forward regarding this issue. The Perry Local School District and its Building Advisory Committee have determined that renovating all of the buildings would be cost prohibitive. As such, after extensive work with local community advisory groups, they have established three overall facility plan options for consideration. The community is being asked to participate in upcoming focus groups or an online survey to help the district on its plan for a potential 2020 ballot initiative. Click here to read the entire press release and click here to take the online survey.