Category: Perry High School

Summer Physical Education Registration

cache-94-02-9402e70622f4ce4fa44fef3a5f6dcdfaPhysical Education registration for PHS students is now open. Click here for a registration form and more information. Completed forms, with payment, should be turned into Mrs. Fisher in the main office. Cost for summer PE is $160.  All fees must be paid in full prior to the first day of the class. Students with outstanding fees will not be permitted to take summer school courses until all fees are paid in full. Checks can be made payable to Perry Local Schools. ​No tuition fees will be returned after the first day of class.

Student Engineers at Work

IMG_8331Students from Mrs. Kibler’s Civil Engineering class worked with employees of the Stark County Auditor’s office to learn about surveying property.  The students were taught how to set up equipment, take measurements and record data when surveying property.

Color Guard for 2015-16 Announced

112Congratulations to the new members of the Flag Line for 2015-16.  They are Kara Winslow, Madison Morgan, Jessica Middaugh, Alyssa McHue, Meghan Merry, Kaitlin Borck, Marissa Westfall, Kaitlyn Gray, Jordyn Kuemerle, Nia Fraser, Kayla Burlingame, Lilly Gabehart, Lena Nashold, Hayli Howard and Abigail Marchand.

Adjusted Mod Schedule for Testing Days

Testing Bell ScheduleOn April 21st, May 5, 6 and 7, the high school will be operating on an adjusted schedule.  This schedule will help minimize the disruption to classes during the PARCC and AIR tests.  Click on the image to see the full size view or to print it for your use.

Canned Food Drive and Talent Show

IMG_1007The Perry Business Department is having a canned food drive on April 18th at the talent show. Bring in your canned foods as you enter the show, and you will be entered to win $50 worth of pop, candy, and movie gift cards or a $50 gift card good at Carrabba’s, Bonefish Grill, and Outback. Each can you bring in is worth one ticket in the drawing. You will be helping underprivileged families in our community and be entertained, so bring in those cans!