Perry High School’s (PHS) Speak Life Resiliency Run Team will be presented with the Youth in Philanthropy Award, sponsored by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, at a luncheon on Nov. 1, 2019. Bryan Winslow, Leah Moore, Peter Smith, Alyssa McGraw, Emma George, a group of Perry High School students, and Principal Dave Riley planned the Speak Life Resilience Run to commemorate the Perry School District’s students who died last year and to raise awareness about suicide prevention programs that can support families and students through times of difficulty. The race was held May 4 at Perry High School with all proceeds benefitting Akron Children’s Hospital and Coleman Professional Services. (more…)
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Perry High School’s (PHS) Speech and Debate team became the first group in school history to be recognized as a Speech School of Excellence during the 2019 National Speech and Debate Tournament held in Dallas, Texas from June 16-21. With hundreds of competing schools representing every U.S. state and students from around the world, Perry finished among the nation’s top 20 speech schools. “This was a fitting end to an outstanding year,” said Superintendent Scott Beatty. “Our students and coaching staff have worked tirelessly for this level of success. They are prime examples of what we strive for in the Perry Local School District.” (more…)
The focus of the One2One program in the Perry Local Schools is to provide tools and resources for the 21st century learner. Excellence in education requires that technology be seamlessly integrated throughout the educational curricula. Increased access to technology is essential to build upon college and career readiness skills. The individual use of computers in the classroom is a way to create a personalized learning environment that fosters collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking for all learners.
Each student in grades 5-12 will be issued a computer at the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year at no cost to the students/parents, unless parents choose to purchase optional insurance. (more…)
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.