Several Perry employees were recently recognized as a Person of Character by the Character Counts program in Stark County. This prestigious award celebrates individuals who live their lives by the Six Pillars of Character and serve as role models to their students and colleagues. Congratulations to the following Perry staff members: (more…)
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- Students must demonstrate the Big 3 (Respectful/Responsible/Safe)
- Students must show character
- Students must demonstrate a good attitude on a daily basis
- Students must give consistent effort
Friday, Oct. 14, 2016 – Varsity Football Game vs. Lake
Thursday, January 12, 2017 – Wrestling Match vs. GlenOak
Friday, January 20, 2017 – Boys Basketball Game vs. Green
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 – Girls Basketball Game vs. Hoover
P.A.T.S would like to invite you to join your child for our Donuts for Dads event on Friday, October 7th from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. This is a special time when 5th-grade students are able to share a treat with their Dad or another special man in their life. (more…)
Show your Perry spirit and support the PHS Cheerleaders by purchasing a Perry Whiteout t-shirt for the October 22nd game versus McKinley at Central Catholic. Shirts are $8. Checks can be made payable to the Perry Adult Booster Club (cheer). The deadline to order shirts is Friday,October 14th. Click here for more information and a shirt order form. Questions can be directed to Leanne Deitz (Leanne.Deitz@perrylocal.org).
The Perry Player’s will open their 56th season with the Perry Children’s Theatre production of The Emperor’s New Clothes. Show time is Saturday, October 1st at 12:00 PM in the Mattachione Theatre at Perry High School. Tickets are $3 each and only sold at the door. Doors will open 45 minutes ahead of the show. Arrive early to meet the Perry Theatre Clown Troop before the show begins. The Perry Children’s Theatre is a Perry tradition for the young and young at heart! Click here for an event flyer.
On Tuesday, September 13th the fire alarms were set off at Pfeiffer Intermediate School at approximately 1:00 PM. Students and staff exited the building to the parking lot. The school resource officer, building administration, and representatives from the Perry Fire Department determined that the building was safe after about a twenty-minute delay.