If your student’s pick up or drop off location for the 2019-2020 school year is other than your current home address for next school, please notify the Transportation Dept as soon as possible. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 330-477-1300. Please leave a detailed message including: student’s name(s), school, daycare or address change, contact number, and if this is for A.M. or P.M. busing or both.
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Throughout the summer months, Perry Local School District will be serving FREE BREAKFAST and LUNCH to ANY student/Child who is 18 years of age and under (children with developmental disabilities and approved individualized education programs may participate through 21 years of age). No Paperwork, No Enrollment, Just Come and Join Us! When: June 3-August 9, Monday thru Friday Breakfast: 7:00 am – 8:00 am Lunch: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Where: Perry High School Cafeteria; 3737 13th St. SW Massillon, OH. This institution is an equal opportunity employer. Click here for the flyer.
Aultman Hospital will be offering Grades K-12 a complete physical that meets the requirements for participating in athletic sports and is good for one calendar year. If you plan to participate in a sport next year, we encourage you to take advantage of this offer! Aultman will provide physicians, residents, and nurses who will come to Perry High School on Friday, May 31 st , starting at 1:45 PM. The $10.00 fee is not due until Physical Day. Click here for all the information.
We are saddened to report the loss of a high school student who unexpectedly passed away from unexpected medical causes. School counselors and mental health professionals will be available for our students and staff at Perry High School beginning tomorrow. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the young man’s family and friends at this difficult time.
Perry Local School District participated in the Panorama Student Survey from Monday, April 29 through Friday, May 10. This survey took place at all buildings and reached students in grades 3-12. The Panorama survey is designed to support student success by providing data that can monitor the social and emotional well-being of the district, school buildings and students. This information will be used to set culture goals at the district and building levels, tailor lessons on social and emotional health and monitor the growth of students. Through the generous donation made by David and Dr. Alise Bartley, the costs for the survey for the 2019-2020 school year has been covered. The couple is highly invested in the community and pleased to support student well-being. (more…)