The Perry High School Cheerleaders will be holding a fall cheerleading clinic for Perry K-6 students on Saturday, September 26th from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM at Pfeiffer Intermediate School. Participants will learn the basic fundamentals of cheering, stretching, and complete a craft. Cheerleaders will also learn one dance routine, five chants, and one cheer to use at the October 2nd football game versus Green. Cost of the clinic is $40 with checks made payable to Perry Adult Booster Club. Click here for an event flyer or email Sancy Mehringer for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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The Canton City School District, in collaboration with the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board, is hosting a Youth Suicide and Resiliency Parent Academy on Tuesday, September 15th from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM at the downtown campus auditorium of Canton McKinley Senior High School (map) . Click here for more information and details. This event is open to all Stark County families.
All sixth grade students at Pfeiffer Intermediate school are invited to join the *band or choir or both* for the 2015-2016 school year. During the past week the sixth graders have had the opportunity to meet the choir directors to find out all about vocal music at Pfeiffer and have also had the opportunity to try out all of the band instruments. If your child is interested in these great musical organizations please have them return the enrollment forms to their Panther Time teachers no later than Wednesday, September 9th. (more…)
Are you…Responsible? Self-disciplined? Willing to work hard? Do you…Enjoy singing? Enjoy performing? Want to be part of something Excellent? Then join the 6th Grad choir. Click here to download more information and a sign-up form. There will be a choir parent meeting: Monday, August 31st AND Tuesday, September 1st, from 6:30-7:00.
Please join us for our sixth season. We are a recreational league designed for youth in grades 2-6 to learn basketball, sportsmanship, and Perry Pride. Last year, 200 boys (and dozens of second-grade girls) participated, including over 100 who had not previously played organized basketball. (more…)
Stark County Job and Family Services (SCJFS) is sponsoring a back to school clothing program. It is necessary that applicants come into the SCJFS agency by 4:00 PM on Thursday, July 2 and complete and return voucher applications to SCJFS at 221 3rd Street SE Canton, Ohio 44702. Click here for more information and a program application.