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 on how to frame, build a foundation, put in doors, windows, electricity, plumbing and everything else that goes into building a house. Pictured are junior construction technology students.
Latest News for Perry Local Schools
The two hour delayed start, originally scheduled for March 23rd, has been canceled. All of Perry’s buildings will operate on a regular schedule for Monday, March 23rd.
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 money raised goes directly to patient care. Students and staff at Watson are proud to have donated more than $35,000 over the past 11 years.
We are Perry… making miracles happen.
Join us at the Sippo Library (map) at 6:00 PM on Thursday, March 12th to learn more about the world of kindergarten at Perry Local Schools. Hear information from district personnel to help prepare your child for this important transition. Click here for an event flier and information on how to register.
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 by the score of 31-19. Team members are Trey Barnett, Gage Geier, Hayden Hmeidan, Jackson Huntsman, Spencer Huntsman, Anthony Kirk, Jarred Pettay, and Allen Shoaff. Their names will be engraved on the PYB Championship trophy that is on permanent display at Pfeiffer.
The D.A.R.E. graduation ceremony, held on January 21st, recognized outstanding 6th graders Jahari Harris, Caroline Kamerer, and William Hughes II as the top D.A.R.E. students for the 2nd quarter grading period. The top students were chosen due to the time and effort they put into making these lessons personal and sharing, not only what they learned, but how they are applying it to their lives. What really set these students apart was their ability to convey the D.A.R.E. teachings into their final essay and how D.A.R.E.’s curriculum has impacted their lives. Jahari, Caroline, and William also had excellent class participation and demonstrate good character.
All students are asked to take a pledge to stay alcohol, tobacco and drug free, to live without violence and continue to spread the knowledge of D.A.R.E. with others. Officer Blanc appreciates the work that ALL students put into the essays and enjoyed reading each and every one of them. Congratulations to all 2nd Quarter students for graduating from the D.A.R.E. program!
The Perry Local Schools’ Board of Education is seeking qualified and interested candidates to fill a vacant Board seat. The appointed member will serve on the Board through December 31, 2015. Those interested must submit a letter of interest and a summary of qualifications to:
Perry Local Schools
Attn: Mrs. Betsy Elum, Board President
4201 13th St. S.W.
Massillon, Ohio 44646
To be considered, the letter of interest and summary of qualifications must be received in the Board office by 4:00 pm on Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Congratulations to the Perry Mock Trial team! On Friday, they competed at the District Competition and qualified to the Regional Tournament on February 20. Led by attorneys Christian Lisik and Alexis Frantum, the team did not lose a single ballot. Joined by witnesses Quinci Spencer, Grace DiGiulio, Annie Brand, Alex Orians, and Jake Zartman–they defeated both Lake and Jackson teams. Special awards went to Quinci Spencer–outstanding witness and Christian Lisik and Alexis Frantum as Best Attorneys. Congratulations team!