Ever wonder how far is the reach of Panther Alumni? Now you can with this interactive map. This map shows the graduation year and vocation of 500 Perry Alumni. As you can see, the reach of the Pride of Perry is worldwide. Click here to access the map and look around. Each red pin point represents a Panther Alumnus. Be sure to zoom in and out to see all of the features.
Latest News for Perry Local Schools
Mrs. Alm had a rather unusual guest to the class for a day. Becky Kovesci brought her rabbit, Senor Bun Buns, to school for a lesson in science. Students in Mrs. Alm’s class talked about how the rabbit prepares itself for the winter, its habitat, and food. The children are looking forward to Senor Bun Buns visit every season this school year.
Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support Perry Softball. Come into the Canton Center Chipotle on Wednesday, October 22nd, from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Perry Softball.
Join your Perry friends and classmates for a D.A.R.E. sponsored skate party on Friday, October 24th at the North Canton Skate Center from 10 AM – 2 PM. This is also a great opportunity to meet Perry’s new D.A.R.E. officer, Officer Andrea Blanc. The cost to participate is $5.75 which includes skate/roller blade rental. Speed skates are $1.50 extra. Additional activities are laser tag, rock-wall, bumper cars, euro bungee, and 30 new video games. *Pricing for additional activities is $12 for a two hour pass, $15 for a three hour pass, or $20 for a four hour pass.
The Stark County public school districts and the Stark County Board of Development Disabilities have released a joint statement regarding Ebola health issues. Please find an informational video linked below, as well as information provided by the Stark County Health Department that was sent home with students on Friday, October 17th.
“Heal the World” is what Judy Moody wants to do in the story “Judy Moody Saves the World.” We are busy doing our part to “heal” the world in Mrs, Williamson’s third grade classroom integrating reading and science. Students have been collecting paper, plastic, cardboard, and aluminum for recycling. What can you do to “Heal the World?
Pfeiffer 5th grade students enjoyed some time with mom on Friday, October 10th. The Mornings with Mom and Donuts with Dad programs encourage Pfeiffer’s parents and guardians to come in and spend some time with their Pfeiffer student(s).
The next scheduled Donuts for Dads will be held for 6th grade students only, on Friday, April 10th. Mornings with Mom will be held for 6th graders on Friday, April 17th.
The Perry High School Marching Band wrapped up their competition season with a third state qualifying Superior rating, and the highest score of the year, taking 2nd place in AA, and 2nd place overall out of 18 bands. In addition, they scored the highest music score in PHSMB history. This marks the 7th consecutive Superior rating for the Marching Panthers.