We would like to remind all students, staff and community members that while school is closed there are a number of resources available. If you or someone you know needs someone to speak with, please don’t hesitate to use one of the available resources. In addition, if you see something that raises your concern on social media, do not hesitate to utilize these resources as well. All conversations will be kept confidential.
Only through our combined efforts will our community be able to achieve the desired support and safety for our students, staff and community.
The February 7th Accuplacer Testing at Edison tonight is canceled due to the snow day. Students will be notified of new testing date via email.
Perry Local Schools will be closed, Wednesday, February 7, 2018, due to inclement weather. Parents/Guardians and students involved in PHS extracurricular activities should check district websites and media outlets for the status of extracurricular events on days when schools are closed. All extracurricular activities (practices, games, and after-school activities) for Perry’s elementary buildings, Pfeiffer Intermediate School, and Edison Middle School are canceled for the day when Perry Local Schools are closed. YCare is closed when Perry Local Schools close for the day. Childcare through the YMCA is offered at the Massillon YMCA, Meyers Lake YMCA, and the Navarre Towpath YMCA when schools are closed.
Do you know the warning signs of drug and alcohol abuse in teenage students? On January, 30, Pfeiffer Intermediate School will be hosting a special program titled “Hidden in Plain Sight” beginning at 6 p.m. Audience members will be given 30 minutes to “snoop and search” a unique display of an interactive teenager’s bedroom with over 150 items that may be indicative of dangerous behaviors. (more…)
Tomorrow, February 1, 2018, our Perry Community is Coming Together at the Canton Baptist Temple, located at 515 Whipple Ave., NW from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Beginning at 6:30 p.m., Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, will be discussing Adolescent Mental Health, followed by Stark Family Court’s Assistant Court Administrator Jacob Morgan discussing How to Keep Your Kids Safe Online. At 7:30 p.m., attendees will have the opportunity to visit many community resource tables and receive information and engage in conversation. This event is sponsored by the Perry Township Police Department, Fire Department, Churches and Board of Trustees, Perry Rotary and Perry Local School District.
This event will be streamed live at the link below and covered by WHBC and The Canton Repository.
Special thank you to Canton Baptist Temple for providing the space for the event and the Cleveland Clinic for participating. Click here for the flyer.