Pfeiffer Intermediate News
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Stark County Schools Joint Statement: Ebola Health Issues

logoThe 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.

Canton City Health Department: Ebola 101 Video

Ebola Information (pdf)

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Pfeiffer Students Can Earn Free Admission to Friday’s Football Game

White out ShirtThe varsity football team plays Jackson at home this Friday night, October 24th.  This will be a White Out event!  Any student who wears their white #PANTHERZONE t-shirt will get into the game for FREE!  Students who wish to purchase a #PANTHERZONE  t-shirt for $10, should stop in Pfeiffer’s office and see Mrs. Brownfield.

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Pfeiffer Students Make a Difference

the-pink-ribbon-breast-cancer-awareness-5965244-288-4325Recently four Pfeiffer students were featured in The Massillon Independent in part for their kindness, generosity, and service to their community. Kylee Everetts, Abby Casper, Kaleigh Kilcullen and Brooke Lenigan, all members of Perry Township Girl Scout Troop 60191, made a Breast Cancer Awareness blanket in memory of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Lowe. Congratulations girls, you make Pfeiffer proud!

Read the article online here:  http://www.indeonline.com/article/20141019/News/141019219#ixzz3GhtgZV4M

 

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D.A.R.E. Skate Party – Friday,October 24th

DARE4Join 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.

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Pfeiffer Student Art Work to be Displayed in Local Art Exhibit

pfeifferartThe Stark County District Library accepted art for the  ”Turn Dreams into Reality” art exhibit from area students in grades 6 – 12.  The art show and reception will be held Thursday, October 16th at 6:00 PM at the main library in Canton.  Artists and their families will enjoy refreshments while waiting for winners to be announced.  Congratulations to the following Pfeiffer students, pictured left to right, who have pieces in the show: Avery Rair, Erin Wagner, and Spencer Huntsman.
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Pfeiffer Student Use of Technology Survey Results

pfeiffertechnologysurveyA random sample of 380 Pfeiffer students recently completed an anonymous survey in Mr. Mays’ Technology Class. Questions carried topics of social network usage, homework routines, peer-to-peer online habits, and social responsibility. Using this infographic, start up a conversation with your Pfeiffer student and see where they fall in these categories. Their honest answers may surprise you! Click here to view the survey results.